What is it? The 2011 Glasstire Virtual Residency is a $2000 award toward the production of a web-based art project. The artist will retain all […]
On Saturday, May 7th, 2011, Glasstire and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presented a panel in celebration of our 10th anniversary. “Regionalism in […]
Kaneem Smith: Glasstire.com Artist Profile from Eric Jarvis on Vimeo.
Mark Schatz: Glasstire.com Artist Profile from Eric Jarvis on Vimeo.
What with the piles of shoddy painting clogging many art venues these days, it is a relief to see Darren Waterston’s current exhibit at Inman Gallery. […]
The tagline says it all: "i love performance art, so i am going to vomit it all over you, while masturbating, covered in sugar." Every […]
It’s not Texas, but it’s an idea whose time has come: the Art Handling Olympics are being held this Sunday in New York. For every […]
Today we’re having one of those "Saving Private Ryan" moments when the secretary recognizes the dead soldier’s name on a letter and starts hunting for […]
The insane number of openings in Houston this week can only mean one thing: it’s Fotofest time! This year, the theme of the mega biennial […]
This is Rainey Knudson’s presentation from the National Arts Journalism Summit. Friday, October 2, 2009 Click here for the Summit website: http://najp.org/summit AGENDA […]
Check out RenegadeBus, a great new cultural site for Dallas!
This Sunday, May 17, Big Bend area residents and visitors can genuflect before Judd and Flavin at the The Chinati Foundation’s Community Day. Held on […]
The Rothko Chapel and Yoga for Peace (as opposed to Yoga for Thinner Thighs) will host a kirtan event at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May […]
Our best guesses for Spring 2009… Austin Heyd Fontenot: Office in the Front, Party in the Back Art Palace January 31 – March 7, 2009 […]
BEST: The Houston Arts Alliance weathered Wayne Dolcefino’s tabloid journalism and debuted 8 new public art projects, refuting his accusations of lack of production. WORST:The […]
BEST: At the Menil Collection, How Artists Draw: Toward the Menil Drawing Institute and Study Center included all of the usual suspects of modern art. […]
WORST: 20 to Watch at the Austin Museum of Art should have been 5 to Watch. The first two incarnations of the triennial exhibition set […]
First, a preview to the preview: Sam Taylor-Wood Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston through October 5, 2008 This show doesn’t technically count as a preview, as […]
Compiling a "best of" piece in advance of a season is always challenging and fraught. There will always be shows that exceed expectations or disappoint […]
Houston got the big old shaft in a recent New York Times article on Texas art style. Did it deserve it?