Ancient Roads: <em>Shank’s Mare</em> at Asia Society Texas Center
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Ancient Roads: Shank’s Mare at Asia Society Texas Center

The Arts Matter: The 2017 Texas Medal of Arts Awards
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The Arts Matter: The 2017 Texas Medal of Arts Awards

Very few artists create in a cultural or political vacuum, and some of the greatest…

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Called to Archive: Studio One in Houston
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Called to Archive: Studio One in Houston

Share an article, pin an image, save a post, link a story. The immediacy of…

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Honoring Texas Artists: The Texas Medal of Arts Awards come to Austin
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Honoring Texas Artists: The Texas Medal of Arts Awards come to Austin

You may be hard-pressed to explain what ZZ Top, Eva Longoria, Willie Nelson and Walter…

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HATCHing social change through art
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HATCHing social change through art

Ann Beeson is an accomplished social justice lawyer who could never shake her belief in…

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Open Season
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Open Season

Astrodome Rising? (UPDATED)
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Astrodome Rising? (UPDATED)

Proposal for Moldering Stadium Shows Promise Amid Logistical, Access Issues Update to story posted April…

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Mid-Century Melancholia
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Mid-Century Melancholia

Stern Stuff
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Stern Stuff

Architect Bill Stern Asked ‘What Kind of City This Was to Be’ – And Built…

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Cathedral Arts
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Cathedral Arts

Western civilization owes much of its cultural growth to the cathedrals that nurtured and supported…

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Comforting Yet Alien
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Comforting Yet Alien

“Monopoly Houses” Suggest an Alternative to Houston’s Architectural Hodgepodge A handful of distinctive recently built…

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A Reflection of Chinese Culture
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A Reflection of Chinese Culture

While Dallas doesn’t have a Chinatown, this year’s State Fair is going to add a…

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Review: 10 Decades at Architecture Center Houston
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Review: 10 Decades at Architecture Center Houston

On the occasion of the centenary of the Rice School of Architecture, a fascinating exhibition…

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Spec’ing Out a Theater
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Spec’ing Out a Theater

Dallas City Performance Hall is a 750 seat multi-disciplinary theater that has the ability to…

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Cultural Warrior:  John Guess Jr.
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Cultural Warrior: John Guess Jr.

Houston Museum of African American Culture’s John Guess Jr. For a guy prone to joking…

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Review:  El Latido Incesant
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Review: El Latido Incesant

Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas May 5-June 2, 2012 El Latido Incesante (The Endless Heartbeat)…

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Civic Reinvention
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Civic Reinvention

The Julia Ideson Library Renovation On December 5th, 2011 the City of Houston was given…

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High Art and Low Riders: Art Car Parade at 25
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High Art and Low Riders: Art Car Parade at 25

Unmapping Houston
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Unmapping Houston

Artists navigate the city’s geography You hear people say Houston is a hard city to…

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Review:  American Sabor, Latinos in U.S. Popular Music
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Review: American Sabor, Latinos in U.S. Popular Music

In Spanish the word “sabor” means “flavor” and is often used to describe good music.…

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Cultural Warrior:  Matthew Lennon
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Cultural Warrior: Matthew Lennon

HAA’s Director of Civic Art & Design With Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” guarding…

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Review:  Otabenga Jones “Fort HMAAC
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Review: Otabenga Jones “Fort HMAAC

“Fort HMAAC” is the latest offering from Houston-based collective Otabenga Jones. The inaugural exhibition marking…

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Oak Cliff Cultural Center Gets New Face
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Oak Cliff Cultural Center Gets New Face

A Dallas native and alumnus of the Booker T. Washington HSPVA, seek the 27-year-old entrepreneur…

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Moments of Respite
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Moments of Respite

Understated Elegance Triumphs in Yoshio Taniguchi’s Asia Society Texas Center   HOUSTON IS NOT KNOWN…

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Let it Snow!
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Let it Snow!

The A+C Guide to Getting Out Of the House During the Holidays   The holidays…

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Let the Battle Begin!
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Let the Battle Begin!

Mark Dion’s “Buffalo Bayou Invasive Plant Eradication Unit” Has Been Deployed   October 12 –…

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Occupied Waters
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Occupied Waters

Shrimp Boat Projects in Galveston Bay November 16 Ukeles in Conversation with Shrimp Boat Projects…

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World Design
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World Design

The Latino Cultural Center presents the exhibition “Young Architects of Spain: A Window to the…

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