This past July, Rebecca Rabinow, who grew up in Houston, stepped into her new role as director of The Menil Collection.
Houston-based conceptual sculptor Dario Robleto will be the next artist to juxtapose his own works in dialogue with selections from the Menil Collection
Meet May, a month in which we find a blast of activity across the board, from the cultural pillars through to the underground.
April is the cruelest month, except in Texas, where it’s a month of firsts, festivals and other cultural wonders.
Remarks from editor in chief Nancy Wozny
What better way to ease the February blues than a big, bejeweled ballet? That is exactly what Houston...
There's no hiding it: I let my dance geek out this issue.
As Dallas Contemporary turns 35, Charissa Terranova surveys the venerable yet agile art space's history, while Dan R. Goddard looks at how San Antonio's art scene is spreading beyond the gentrifying Blue Star Arts Complex.
Texas and the open road go hand-in-hand for artists, who are as prone to roam as anybody. As...
WELL, HELLO TEXAS. If you are from Houston or Dallas, I hope you are happy to find us back on the stands under the big Texas umbrella. If you are from elsewhere, you might be wondering…Arts + Culture who? Great question.
We started in Dallas/Fort Worth, expanded to Houston, and combined forces in quest of understanding what the rest of this great state was up to, art-wise. And here we are, in our inaugural issue of Arts + Culture Texas.