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Join the art show movement that is taking over the nation! Eclectic art, music, body painting, and of course, pancakes and booze!! Cover $5. 21+ [...]
The artist explores the nuances and patterns of the human psyche with an interactive installation.
A screening of For The Best And For The Onion!, the story of a young couple whose engagement is repeatedly delayed by the declining value [...]
For the art-curious and expert alike, this whirlwind introduction tackles recent issues-from appropriation to digital performance-setting the stage for works on view in Majority Rules: [...]
Native Houstonian and artist Howard Sherman assembles an exciting exhibition of paintings by some of the city’s cutting edge visual arts talent. Participating Artists: Michael [...]
Vintage performance footage will be projected on screen for a night of dancing benefiting the Aurora’s youth programs. Aurora Members $10, Non-Member $15, VIP Soul [...]
Playful trees, flowers, and climbing plants cut from foam sheets.
A Chicano artist using folklore, religious iconography, and the Mexican American culture of South Texas to explore life and love in detailed paintings of devils, [...]
This all-female group show features figurative prints and paintings from artists Michelle Brandley, Sarah Green, Nancy Lamb and Devon Nowlin.
A selection of artworks featuring prominent Texas artists including David Bates, Bill Haveron, Jim Woodson, Robert McAn, Joseph Havel, Bill Komodore, Michael Miller, Helen Altman, [...]
Typographic prints made with the Rob Roy Kelly American Wood Type Collection, which is housed at UT, Austin. Organized by austin graphic designer and Ut [...]
Guest curator Robin Baker’s one-night showcase of art in various ink and pen formats.
Goode transforms the gallery into an alternative reality in which an ancient tomb was discovered beneath a Houston public works. The artist plays the lead [...]
Shattered, distressed fields of vivid colors bursting across heavy, hand built substrates.
Berg crafts an absurd yet deeply sincere Norwegian-American identity through historical research, family heirlooms, and pathetic aesthetic.
Since 2003, the McNay Contemporary Collectors Forum has purchased one or two works of art for the McNay’s collection at the group’s annual fall View [...]
A new collaboration between the El Paso Museum of Art and the Consulate General of Mexico in El Paso, brings 59 works by Mexican artists [...]
Author, preservation consultant and Preservation Houston member Anna Mod will discuss Space City’s architecture of the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s as featured in her book [...]