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A hand-painted mural in which hair creates lines to form something new by the creator of Fuzzy Popsycle, a hand made media company specializing in [...]
Stoneware sculptures are an alternative to nature and our manufactured existence.
Paintings explore the anatomy of machines with draftsman-like precision.
CORE resident Soon decodes Western media representastions of Asian military culture through collages, animations, and soundscapes.
Artists Jarrod Beck (NY), Brooke Berger (San Diego), and Anna Krachey (Austin) present reflections of a physical world rationally examined.
The table sare turned on Menil curator Toby Kamps as he exhibits photographs that single out chance moments from his explorations near and far.
Julon Pinkston, Louis Vega Trevino, The Estate Of Laurent Boccara, and John Stuart Berger.
Works by two Houston artists, open studio by members of the Lullwod group, and music by The Lost Project.
A night of creative and compelling improvisation with Houston Playback Theatre, using the art created by the El Rincon Social artists as inspiration.
Cunningham-Little’s recent works tend towards abstraction; Sosa explores the artistic expression of mestisaje.
A fundraising party and performances benefiting the Artist Foundation of San Antonio, which has has given $460,000 to 84 artists since 2006, showcasing past grant [...]
Deborah Eisenberg will read her short story Your Duck is My Duck,” at the Marfa Book Company. Eisenberg is the author of the following collections [...]
This year, transcendental singer/songwriter Tyagaraja will perform an ancient energy cleansing ceremony that will culminate with classical Indian & Aztec dance. Musical guests include Alaap [...]
Visiting Assistant Professor, Adéwálé Adénlé unmasks important socio-political developments in the artist’s African background and connects them with related occurrences in the United States. Gallery [...]
11 of Remington’s action-filled sculptures of horses and their riders, juxtaposed with Remington’s paintings to demonstrate how his artworks reveal action in a two-dimensional versus [...]
A discussion about New Media Art with Brittany Ransom, Assistant Professor of Digital/ Hybrid Media and Video Art at Southern Methodist University. FREE for Dallas [...]
Six international artists adapt or appropriate aesthetic strategies and themes from historical Persian and Arab traditions to address contemporary issues. Curated by Jessica Hunter-Larsen of [...]
Three different musical and textual responses to Tony Feher’s exhibition “Free Fall: Mark Hirsch: “Bears,” an original musical composition utilizing Sing-A-Ma-Jig toy bears as instruments; [...]