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Noel Museum a Smithsonian Affiliate

Last Tuesday, the Ellen Noel Art Museum in Odessa became one of a small group of Smithsonian Affiliates in Texas, which will allow them access […]

Engineering art at UTA

The board of Regents of the University of Texas at Austin has accepted a 13-foot tall steel construction designed to illustrate steel building construction techniques. […]

Bigger and Grander in Fort Worth

Elizabeth speaks quietly but carries a large stick. Chris Powell’s sculpture Elizabeth is enough. An extreme minority: just one, she is enough to keep you […]

Zakheim murals receive TLC

A chipped depression-era mural titled "Agriculture and Industry," by Bernard Zakheim at the Rusk, TX post office is being restored by Nathan Zakheim, the artist’s […]

D Berman moving to Wimberly

In March 2011, following the closing of their current exhibits, d berman gallery will rusticate to The Square in Wimberley. With the migration of Art […]

Wolff’s Plaza De Armas

Elaine Wolff, founder of the long-defunct but wonderful Perla Magazine, has started Plaza de Armas, a San Antonio-centered news/culture/politics website that aims to take on […]

SA Arts Access worshops

The City of San Antonio’s Community Arts Access Program (CAAP) funds orgs that collaborate with artists on the city’s official OCA-approved Artist Roster, but they […]

SUITS: the final word

The ArtGuys have put out their final words about the recent Morgan Spurlock/SUITS plagiarism brouhaha, pointing out that only Spurlock has a financial interest in […]

Tolerating “Tolerance”

Am I intolerant if I don’t like Tolerance? Houston’s new public artwork by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa was unveiled last week in a ceremony that […]

Museum Art Car proposals

This year Houston’s Art Car parade coincides with the opening of the American Association of Museums big conference, also in Houston. To honor this coincidence, […]

Carter’s Fuller awarded

Stacy Fuller, the Amon Carter’s director of education was named Museum Art Educator of the Year for the Western Region by the National Art Education […]

High school artists wanted

The Bayou City Art Festival is looking for artists in high school who want to propose outdoor installations at the March 25-27 festival in Houston’s […]

Fresh Arts new Exec

LA arts administrator Ian Garrett is the new executive director of Houston’s Fresh Arts Foundation. Garrett, who co-founded LA’s Center for Sustainable Practice in the […]

Shrimp Boat Project

Artists Zach Moser and Eric Leshinsky have gone shrimping; their new endeavor, Shrimp Boat Projects has the duo working at shrimping out of Galveston bay […]

Light switch

Corpus Christi City Council at first voted for free utility service to help the Art Museum of South Texas and other institutions weather the economic […]

Museum Quality

Jeez, I was excited when I heard that the DMA was putting out some of its modern furniture holdings from its collection in a show […]

Steve Reynolds at UTSA Art Gallery

An influential figure in ceramics for 40 years, Steve Reynolds pioneered the idea that clay is supple and malleable and can be used like any […]

Artspace El Paso

Non-profit developers Artspace Inc., have struck a deal with the City of El Paso and the El Paso Community Foundation to build "affordable" live/work space […]

Valentine’s fluff

The crop of TX art-related Valentine’s day fluff is thin this year, but Dallas Art News has come through with a list of the best […]

Taylor’s vision of museum excellence

The Texas Historical Commission honored Howard Taylor, director of the San Angelo Museum of Art with the only John L. Nau award for museum excellence […]