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New watercolors, silverpoint drawings and prints from Ward’s ongoing a series of large-scale watercolors entitled Glacial Ghosts, about glacial melting.
San Antonio artist and arts educator Tommy Hopkins, currently the Visual Art Director for SAY Sí.
A multimedia exhibition by Washington, DC based artist collective Take Me to the River (TMTTR) addresses a variety of water-related themes.
Two panel discussions: the first, at 1 p.m., on the history of the Rice Museum with panelists William Camfield; founding director of the Dia Art [...]
Screenings of films associated with de Menil patronage and cinematic documents of de Menil activity at Rice.
Thirteen artists from across the USA who use paint.
Four assemblages of found materials titled Adagio, Alegro, Animato, Appassionato.
Celebrate the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center’s fifth anniversary with a new public art work commissioned by Margarita Cabrera. On Oct. 15 there will [...]
In 1969, John and Dominique de Menil founded the Media Center and the Rice Museum (known as the “Art Barn”), The de Menils’ activity at [...]
Coupling the works of Mike Morris, Nick Barbee, Kristen Cochran, Kevin Todora, Rebecca Carter, Michael Blair, Morehshin Allahyari, Richie Budd, Brian Fridge, Jenny Vogel, Brittany [...]
Photography by Bauhaus artists and Carlotta Corpron, Ida Lansky and Barbara Maple, three North Texas artists who were influenced by German Bauhaus modernist principles.
Photographs of land and seascapes that evoke tranquility and emanate light (not literally).
Bring Your Own Beamer. The Lullwood Group & Norberto Gomez Jr present a one-night exhibition featuring artists and their beamers (projectors). All artists are invited [...]
Eleven pieces that each correspond with a particular song from Cat Stevens’ successful 1970 album.
Over the past year, the artist traveled to various countries including India, Botswana, Cape Town and the Karoo, in South Africa. In each location she [...]
Images of cultures of bacteria from the artist’s saliva transform the work into a self-portrait.
Blaffer’s first exhibit since its renovation! The first-ever retrospective look at the 20-year career of American sculptor Tony Feher will showcase Feher’s notably unpretentious and [...]