When planning her show of paintings, sculptures, and videos at the Galveston Arts Center (Jan. 14-April 16, 2023), Joey Fauerso decided to consider the large, high-ceilinged main gallery as the site of a single installation.
to celebrate that Texas art pride, every two years the Texas Cultural Trust puts on the ultimate star-gazing party, a.k.a. the Texas Medal of Arts Awards.
What constitutes meaning? It’s not a simple question, and it’s one that has captured the imagination of artists, philosophers, and scholars alike for millennia.
It was a revelatory night at the Houston Grand Opera for the opening of Dame Ethel Smyth’s The Wreckers.
Radical visions—that’s what lead programmer, Jazmyne Moreno, says we should look for at this year’s Houston Cinema Arts Festival (Nov. 10-16).
With a tagline of “international, powered by women & curiously lo-fi,” Frame Dance’s line-up this year for Frame x Frame Film Fest 2022 offers a range of impactful films.
City Council Meeting was developed by Aaron Landsman amd Mallory Catlett, with design by Jim Findlay, and developed (in part) during a residency at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.
Back in pre-pandemic 2020, B. Moore Dance company founder Bridget Moore signed on as choreographer for the Second Thought Theatre’s production of Lynn Nottage’s play Mlima's Tale.
On view at the Contemporary Art Museum Houston from Oct. 28 through Feb. 26, 2023, If Revolution Is a Sickness centers around a video of the same name.
In 1966, Gordon Parks, one of the most acclaimed photographers of the 20th century, set out to profile rising civil rights leader Stokely Carmichael for Life magazine.
Booth hopes that the program will continue to prove Houston’s cultural excellence to go along with the city’s reputation as a home to global business innovators.
Manalo’s family immigrated to the United States from the Philippines when he was nineteen, sparking what would become one of the major driving questions - what does ‘home’ mean?