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Hesse McGraw

Effectual Networking for the Undiscovered

Unless you are very well-connected to wide art-market networks, getting renowned art professionals–curators, educators, artists–into your studio may be a long-shot, especially of you are […]

Andy Warhol

What Texas Art Organizations Will Receive NEA Grants?

The National Endowment for the Arts isn’t funding art like it used to back before the so-called cultural wars led to the gutting of the […]

Fl!ght Gallery. Photo by Edward A. Ornelas

Fl!ght Gallery to Relocate/Upgrade to Larger Space

San Antonio’s Fl!ght Gallery, located in the popular South Flores Arts District, has announced that it will be moving to the Blue Star Arts Complex […]

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 Apocalypse Now   1988   Alkyd and flashe on aluminum and steel, 84" X 72"

How to Ask for Moolah 101

In the lifelong battle that is eeking out a living for most artists, navigating the mystifying world of grants and creative financial support can be a […]

Photo By Johnny Hanson/Houston Chronicle

The Art Barn is No More

After setting aside only the metal siding that used to cover its exterior, at the request of a group of alumni, Rice University went ahead with […]

Machine Project Rolls into Houston

Machine Project Rolls into Houston

CORE program alumnus and director of the LA-based Machine Project, Mark Allen, comes to Houston this week pulling along a big bag of tricks to […]

Takashi Murakami
Jellyfish Eyes, 2013
Film still
© 2013 Takashi Murakami/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Image courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles.

DMA brings Takashi Murakami to Dallas!

The Dallas Museum of Art will be the first stop on a nine-city tour of the US for Japanese artist and art world big-shot Takashi […]

Foot race on Fuller street Fort Worth, Texas 1959. (Shot by Byrd IV at age 7)

UNT Acquires Fort Worth Family’s Photography Collection

The University of North Texas recently purchased the massive photography collection of the Williams family, an old Fort Worth band of fathers and sons who were […]

Margaret Doggett Crow, courtesy of the Dallas Morning News.

Margaret Crow, Prominent Art Philanthropist, Dies at 94

Margaret Crow, art collector, philanthropist and wife of famed developer Trammell Crow, died from natural causes at her home in Dallas Friday night, the Dallas Morning News […]

Blue movie, film still

The Voice’s Folds: Morehshin Allahyari, Michael A. Morris, Jenny Vogel

The Voice’s Folds, a program of eight experimental short films by Morehshin Allahyari, Michael A. Morris, and Jenny Vogel, had a single screening, recently, at the […]

The Dallas Art Fair Kicks Off, Says Everyone

The Dallas Art Fair kicked off Thursday, and the reports are starting to trickle in. D Magazine picks the top 10 galleries it wants you to […]

Teens let loose. Band of Outsiders, 1964

The Art of Hiding, for Teens

The Contemporary Austin will host an evening for teens celebrating the art of hiding, as if teenagers don’t have that skill mastered already, at an […]

New Artist-made Creative Stations to be Implemented at the Blanton

New Artist-made Creative Stations to be Implemented at the Blanton

Beginning in June, the Blanton Museum of Art at University of Texas at Austin will implement the use of a series of works of art-cum-creative work stations […]

MAC Announces Departure of Executive Director

MAC Announces Departure of Executive Director

McKinney Avenue Contemporary’s Executive Director Lisa Hees has announced she is leaving the art space after three years at the helm, effective June 1.  Hees […]