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Jacob Kirkegaard; and Steve Roden working with Stephen Vitiello perform in the Rothko Chapel, as part of the Menil’s Music for Silence set of performances. [...]
Two short documentaries by 14 Pews students: We Are the Future You’ve Been Waiting For directed by, Gresia Perdomo, and Lost The Battle Striving To [...]
The sixteenth annual Houston GLBTQ International Film Festival. Featuring screenings at six Houston venues, and a live performsance by INNI at Aurora Picture show on [...]
The Gerhard Richter documentary everyone’s talking about. Screenings Friday at 6pm; Saturday at 5pm; and Sunday at noon, 2pm, and 4pm. 97 minutes; German and [...]
Co-organized by the Menil and Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive the exhibition explores the realm of silence in modern and contemporary art.
A survey of the work of Alvin Baltrop (1948-2004), a bisexual African-American photographer whose work was rarely publicly presented during his lifetime but has become [...]
150 objects including painted codices, turquoise mosaics, gold, and textiles trace the development of an extensive trade network that spread across ancient Mexico, the American [...]
This exhibition explores humans’ longstanding love affair with animals and how that affects them and their landscape. This show features ceramics by Calder Kamin, paintings [...]
The 16th Annual Houston GLBTQ International Film Festival’s opening night film is Cloudburst by Thom Fitzgerald at MFAH, one of six festival venues. Stella and [...]
The Dougherty Arts Center’s Open House. The program includes Austin City Ballet, Dance Discovery, ArtsReach, Poetry Slam, Atash, and Class Act Dance, plus acting, ceramics [...]
A collection of miniature portraits introducing a new group of characters into Chow’s a whimsical world ruled by a cautious little Girl and her not-so-imaginary [...]
A plant-growth machine system which provides an imaginative alternative to sustainable living by functioning as a unique source of fresh produce for local food truck [...]
Ink drawings, small sculptures, and wall painting which explore themes of personal mysticism and psychology transform the hallway into a mysterious and lush landscape.
New paintings by a New Mexico-based artist explore painting with a collection of large surreal wall-size black and white paintings that hang at angles that [...]
Produced & Directed by Michael Barrier, Lucy and Jake is story is about young lovers. She is a reporter for SA ReMix, a weekly San [...]