The Best and the Worst of the Houston art world in 2015
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The Sleeping Beauty, the big hit of 19th century czarist ballet, continues to be performed…
We asked the A + C family what performances stood out for them in 2015…
Bree Welch made a triumphant return to Texas, playing Henry in Henry V at Houston's…
Ballroom Marfa’s Laura Copelin
In 1616, William Shakespeare was buried at Holy Trinity church, Stratford-Upon-Avon. A prayer was inscribed…
As artistic director of Aperio:Music of the Americas Michael Zuraw has sifted through hundreds of…
Emerging Artists in San Antonio. This is part one of a two-part series bringing attention…
Giuseppe Penone at the Nasher
Francisco Moreno at Erin Cluley
This fall, Austin’s Blanton Museum of Art is presenting a two-part installation of newly acquired…
The Photography of Laura Wilson
This is my tale of failed cartography.
LGBTQ Communities from Within
Lynn McCabe’s Vision for She Works Flexible
Hubbard / Birchler create a Portrait of Texas with Sound Speed Marker
Houston Symphony’s new music director Andrés Orozco-Estrada has just concluded his first season with as…
Hundreds of hoofers converge to shed wood at the Lone Star State’s top tap dance…
Marilyn Minter’s Pretty/Dirty
Marfa Live Arts presents the Lower Left Performance Collective in Secondary Surface Rendered
Texas Music Festival Showcases Classical Artists of Tomorrow
Liliana Bloch on art, artists and a lifetime of learning
Rude Mechanicals see queso as a symbol of decadence.
Originally, I thought I would review Oscar Murillo’s installation at Artpace.
The first-ever Soluna International Musical and Arts Festival is upon us.
Does the steamy story of Stella, Stanley and Blanche DuBois make compelling dance theater?
The role of Texans in a Global Movement
Barnstorm Dance Festival Takes Over DSH's Barn
Michelle Ellsworth is performing her latest outrageous opus, Preparation for the Obsolescence of the Y…
In Austin, from April 1-12, art’s not only in the air, it’s also taking over…
Ballroom Marfa refuses to leave Marfa’s history in the dust
Installation view, Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999–2015, The Contemporary Austin – Jones Center, Austin, 2015.…
Houston Ballet's 2015/2016 Season
Two New Ballets in Texas
Laura Gutierrez, Connor Walsh + Friends at Nicole Longnecker Gallery
On reconciling outside and inside in the post postmodern world
Mel Chin Returns to Houston
Dance Source Houston Offers Residencies to Three Texas Dance Artists
Diavolo Stops in Houston & Dallas
A + C Writers Look Back at 2014 and Ahead to 2015