Houston

WindSync: Savvy, Smarts, & Sass

There’s nary a music stand in sight when woodwind quintet, WindSync, swaggers street-gang-style to tunes from Bernstein’s West Side Story or adorably masks as woodland denizens for a whimsical rendition of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf [...]...

Made in America and Beyond

Houston Ballet Blurs the Boundaries Does it matter where a ballet is made? Houston Ballet’s trio of works under the banner of Made in America, followed by Giselle and Romeo & Juliet, offer a rich discussion of regionalism in ballet [...]...

Unmapping Houston

Artists navigate the city’s geography You hear people say Houston is a hard city to love. But, it’s also a hard city to see. When you imagine Houston, at times [...]...

Pump Up the Volume

The Quiet Genius of Harvey Bott and the DoV “All ‘straight’ lines bend through space,” Harvey Bott tells me. That sounds like something having to do with math, and [...]...

artiFACTS: May 2012

The Houston Metropolitan Dance Company has been invited to perform on Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival Inside/Out stage on August 25th. This is only the second time a Houston troupe has performed on the prestigious outdoor stage [...]...

Review: Priya Kambli “Color Falls Down”

Priya Kambli’s “Color Falls Down” is one of three new exhibitions to open at the Houston Center for Photography. Part of the FotoFest Biennial 2012, the individual exhibitions by the three photographers all explore the domestic [...]...