Author: Paula Newton

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It’s Time to Check Out Our Future Art Stars

It’s springtime and that means a ton of new exhibitions, including high school student shows. Although these student exhibitions are popping up throughout the state, […]

Brianna Ramos, “Nothing Was the Same,” 2015. Courtesy the artist via camh.org.

Texans Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships

The Guggenheim Fellowships were announced this week and the list includes Houston’s Mel Chin (in the Fine Arts category) and Austin’s PJ Raval (in Film-Video). […]

Mel Chin, Post-Election 2014, Western North Carolina (detail), photo: Wiles & Glick

Free Yard Art Activism in Houston!

Some Houston folks have teamed up to create an art activist/environmental awareness project that they hope will take over the city. In a polite, generous […]

Free Yard Art Activism in Houston!

Austin: It’s Okay Mountain Month!

Austin’s Okay Mountain, the nine-member artist collective, is about to have a busy few weeks. The Blanton Museum of Art announced the acquisition of Roadside […]

Austin: It’s Okay Mountain Month!

ISIS: Leave the Art Alone!

For generations, Italians tolerated the Sicilian Mafia as a fact of life, even as horrible crimes and murders were committed. But, in 1993, a car […]

ISIS: Leave the Art Alone!