As soon as my sister and I got off the escalator at the George R. Brown Convention Center on our way to see the Houston Grand Opera's production of Norma, we were greeted with a gigantic sign— “The Show Will Go On—with the words, “HGO Resilience Theatre” written underneath.
In February 2007, a group of 13 Dallas galleries came together to form Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas, or CADD, with the goal of promoting the advancement of contemporary art in the Dallas cultural community.
Glasgow-based artist and filmmaker Luke Fowler aims to convey information through atmospheric means, layering affect and meaning in a highly evocative manner.
It’s a Tuesday night at Buzzbrews Kitchen in Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood, where tattooed waitresses with Bettie Page-inspired hairstyles are ferrying plates of hot pancakes and bacon to their tables.
Houston Ballet holds the rare distinction of being founded by a community of dance-loving people rather than a sole individual.
Since we (Nancy Wozny & Tarra Gaines) have an ongoing conversation on what defines an immersive performance, we decided to share some of our adventures and to make some of our endless road trip banter public.
It has been quite a year for Houston Ballet, rife with Harvey-related challenges and triumphs, such as taking its place in history as the first North American Company to perform Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s epic drama Mayerling.
In 1913, Agnes Ernst Meyer, the wife of financier Eugene Meyer, Jr., and pregnant with her second child, was out of sorts and unable to make her rounds to the art galleries, where, as a former New York Post reporter on the art beat, she had been dubbed “the Sun Girl” by photographer-gallerists Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Steichen. Writing to Stieglitz, a brooding Meyer quipped, “I am now your Eclipsed Sun-girl.”
A shop owner flips a switch, sending a few thousand volts through glass tubes bent into the shape of the letters O-P-E-N.
Extraordinary examples of handmade stone tools, some of the first aesthetically-conceived objects known to humankind, will be included in the exhibition First Sculpture: Handaxe to Figure Stone which opens Jan. 27 at the Nasher Sculpture Center.