Co-Lab Project’s N Space recently broke its short sabbatical to open APOLOGYTOTIME by Mark Johnson (on view through June 24)
Jonathan Schipper’s Explosion at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
The photographs and the not-so-disturbed mind of Ralph Eugene Meatyard.
Jesse Amado, Kelly O’Connor and Andrew Havenhand at the Southwest School of Art
The De Menil’s Byzantine Chapel plays host to an otherworldly installation
Jon Hopson, the owner of Houston gallery Hello Project on the Houston arts scene, busting through silos and his new kind of art gallery.
Fernando Andrade’s Tierra Y Libertad, at Blue Star Contemporary
If writers should, "write what they know," should artists do the same?
“I want my art to be accessible” is not a statement one hears from many contemporary artists in the year 2014. It’s been quite a few years since…
Sometimes, a theater seat can feel a touch like a form of captivity.
GYN: New installation and performance by Autumn Knight
Kudos to the folks at Houston Cinema Arts Festival, Nov. 12-16
Perhaps the most startling thing about watching Martha Graham’s 1944 ballet Appalachian Spring
Artistic director Gabriel Zertuche calls Ballet San Antonio “the little company that can.”
When a ballet company is run by a leading dancemaker, which is the case in Houston with Stanton Welch
Houston Ballet's From Houston to the World, Sept. 18-28, offers three ballets created right here in the Bayou City, but there's much more to the program than that…
DanceFest, which ran Aug. 29-31 at Dallas City Performance Hall, is a project of the Dance Council of North Texas, one of the oldest and most active dance…