Leaving the Silo: Artists on Seeing Other Disciplines
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Leaving the Silo: Artists on Seeing Other Disciplines

BEING AN ARTIST IS AN ALL ENCOMPASSING job, illness with time and money often in…

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Stanton Welch:  Houston Ballet’s Fast and Furious Choreographer
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Stanton Welch: Houston Ballet’s Fast and Furious Choreographer

HOUSTON BALLET’S ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, Stanton Welch wasted no time ascending to world renown as a…

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Cultural Warrior: Inprint’s Executive Director Rich Levy
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Cultural Warrior: Inprint’s Executive Director Rich Levy

Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series February 27 Rae Armantrout & Christian Wiman March 26…

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Making Music: Making a Career
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Making Music: Making a Career

SO YOU HAVE TRAINING AT A major music school, does that guarantee you a career?…

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John Sonsini Men at Work
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John Sonsini Men at Work

THE PHRASE “PAINTING FROM life” can bring to mind a host of images produced by…

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A Timely Chekhov
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A Timely Chekhov

THERE ARE 32 KNOWN ENGLISH translations of Anton Chekhov’s 1895 play “The Seagull,” and when…

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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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Under the Great Dance Umbrella
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Under the Great Dance Umbrella

WHEN THAT TRANSLUCENT WHITE umbrella floats on stage during Alvin Ailey’s masterwork “Revelations” during Alvin…

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Laura Lark – All the Pretty People
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Laura Lark – All the Pretty People

February 11–April 3, price 2012 “The Liveable Forest” Preview: Friday, Feb. 10, 6–8 p.m. Opening…

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The Ensemble Theatre Embraces its Past and Builds to the Future
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The Ensemble Theatre Embraces its Past and Builds to the Future

THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, GEORGE Hawkins dreamed of a place where African-American actors and artists could…

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Signs of Power
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Signs of Power

THIS SPRING, THE CONTEMPORARY Arts Museum Houston hosts the nationally touring exhibition “The Deconstructive Impulse:…

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artiFACTS:  February 2012
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artiFACTS: February 2012

AURORA PICTURE SHOW HAS received support from the Andy Warhol Foundation to attend the Arthouse…

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Editor’s Remarks:  February 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: February 2012

A+C is slow journalism in a world of instant information. We are all about lingering,…

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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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An Artful Life
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An Artful Life

Deborah Colton & Her Texas Home for International Contemporary Art   GALLERY OWNER AND COMMUnity…

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Writers Picks for 2011+2012
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Writers Picks for 2011+2012

Works of Note:  December 2011
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Works of Note: December 2011

“Andrei Molodkin: Crude” Station Museum of Contemporary Art November 5, viagra 2011 – February 12,…

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Cultural Warrior: Becky Tobin
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Cultural Warrior: Becky Tobin

Executive director Becky Tobin is the one-woman show behind the scenes at the Houston Chamber…

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The Colville Formula
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The Colville Formula

Q + A with Pat Colville   December 3, viagra 60mg 2011–January 14, help 2012…

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Pushing Paint: Joseph Cohen at Wade Wilson Art
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Pushing Paint: Joseph Cohen at Wade Wilson Art

January 6-28 “Joseph Cohen: Paintings from Italy” Wade Wilson Art JOSEPH COHEN BENDS THE LINE…

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Overtures: Opera in the Heights Opens a New Act
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Overtures: Opera in the Heights Opens a New Act

Four full-time staff members and numerous part-timers, plus an army of dedicated volunteers help Oh…

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Finding Mythic Spaces: Q + A with Lisa D’Amour
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Finding Mythic Spaces: Q + A with Lisa D’Amour

ACCORDING TO PLAYWRIGHT Lisa D’Amour, check there’s a lot more going on at our local…

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Fill Up Your Dance Card
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Fill Up Your Dance Card

Abstract Track: The Abridged Story of Daniel McFarlane
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Abstract Track: The Abridged Story of Daniel McFarlane

DANIEL MCFARLANE’S CV READS well beyond what any ambitious young artist could hope for: Bachelors…

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artiFACTS:  Dec 2011 + Jan 2012
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artiFACTS: Dec 2011 + Jan 2012

SUNDANCE CINEMAS HOUSTON opened it doors on November 23 at Bayou Place. Sundance Cinemas has…

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Editor’s Remarks:  Dec 2011 + Jan 2012
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Editor’s Remarks: Dec 2011 + Jan 2012

After two weekends of art fair stomping, view one thing became perfectly clear, we live…

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Editor’s Remarks:  November 2011
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Editor’s Remarks: November 2011

Weeds, medical shrimp and strong women all factor into this issue. No, we are not…

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Cultural Warrior:  Kenn McLaughlin
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Cultural Warrior: Kenn McLaughlin

Talking a mile a minute with hands waving, troche Stages chief Kenn McLaughlin, drug charges…

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artiFACTS: November 2011
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artiFACTS: November 2011

Fred Baldwin and Wendy Watriss (pictured, diagnosis right) have impact on the photographic community they…

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Works of Note:  November 2011
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Works of Note: November 2011

“Ana Seranno: Salon of Beauty” Rice Gallery September 29 – December 11, try 2011 Ana…

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Women Succeed in Houston’s Classical Music Scene
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Women Succeed in Houston’s Classical Music Scene

It’s often said that the business of classical music is dominated by men. However, if…

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An Evening of Magic
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An Evening of Magic

Houston Ballet’s Jubilee of Dance Offers New and Classic Works   December 2 Jubilee of…

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Taking a Brake with “Art Car: The Movie”
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Taking a Brake with “Art Car: The Movie”

Taking a Brake with “Art Car: The Movie” Q+A with Filmmakers Ford Gunter and Carlton…

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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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A Fair Share
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A Fair Share

 Producer Max Fishko Talks Up The Texas Contemporary Art Fair   Max Fishko is no…

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Works of Note:  October 2011
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Works of Note: October 2011

“Walter de Maria: Trilogies” The Menil Collection September 16, 2011 – January 8, 2012  …

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Cultural Warrior:  Jenni Rebecca Stephenson
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Cultural Warrior: Jenni Rebecca Stephenson

Jenni Rebecca Stephenson describes herself as a recovering artist and performer who has seriously studied…

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Word on the Street
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Word on the Street

Main Street Theater Shines in its Third Decade   Rebecca Greene Udden bustles up the…

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Star Attraction:  Cinema Arts Festival Houston
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Star Attraction: Cinema Arts Festival Houston

November 9-13 Third Annual Cinema Arts Festival Houston Cinema Arts Society   If you want…

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