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Famous contemporary storyteller Diane Wolkstein retells the great Chinese epic Journey to the West with movement, voice, and music. SPOILER ALERT: The all-powerful Monkey King [...]
50+ ceramic artists with ties to North Carolina’s Penland School of Crafts, where the cool, green hills are beginning to look good just now . [...]
Sojourns, Metaphors, and Flying Machines: The Mythical Prints of Future Akins, Stacy Elko, and Sang-Mi Yoo
Three women printmakers from Texas Tech in Lubbock, “a desolate flatland where the wind blows endlessly and the weather changes hourly. It is culturally isolated; [...]
Champion’s Video Program 006 features the debut screening of Not A Ghost, a new film by Wura-Natasha Ogunji, busy endurance/performance artist freshly returned from a [...]
Constructed landscapes by New York artist Claire Falkenberg. Ambiguous clouds of oil paint pool on the surface of collaged photos. “Hovering in a strange silence”, [...]
Paula Davis Gallery brings forth their second exhibition since the gallery’s inception in October 2010. Blending Together is a group exhibition featuring works by Sharon [...]
New bio-ceramics by Susan Budge, longtime head of ceramics at San Antonio college. Spines, tentacles, orifices!
Andrew J. Ortiz’s series of allegorical bird portraits paired with Janet Chaffee’s lace-and beeswax ideograms.
Juan Alonzo, Oscar Cornejo and Mario Rivera at Bohemeo’s art bar in Houston’s happening East End.
Four new painters at Haley-Henman in the Design District.
Minimalist corrugated collagraphs suggestive of natural textures of sky and water.
Part historian, part archivist, part sociologist, Lauren Woods collects “videographic texts,” using snippets from Hollywood cinema, pop culture, and history to comment on race, gender, [...]
Artworks by Bruce Badeau, whose day job is Founding Analyst, First Sovereign Equity Research; George Bibb (Monroe), who is doubling as musical entertainment for the [...]
The monthly parking-lot art market has moved to new, cooler summer evening hours and will feature watercolor paintings by Dutch-American artist Kim Kaiser in the [...]
Jessup departs from his 30-year figurative groove with swooooshy gestural abstractions!
Hello Lucky Boutique showcases arty objects by by book carver Woody Golden, Anita Hassan, and object + furniture builder Rogelio Rendon (whose crazy thatch of [...]
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft opens the highly anticipated exhibition, Lisa Gralnick: The Gold Standard. The Gold Standard explores the relationship between gold’s lore and [...]
Mexic-Arte Museum’s 16th annual Young Latino Artists show rounds up 10 Texas artists under the age of 35. Guest-curated by Alexander Freeman, Education Curator at [...]
Wagner Sousa features new work by gallery artists, and with a title like that, it had better be good!
Angela Fife describes herself as “no tiger mother” but is nevertheless painting around the clock to get ready for her show at Wally Workman in [...]