Author: Paula Newton

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Ex-Houstonians Wow New Orleans Art Scene

Native Houstonian Mel Chin’s 40-year retrospective of sculpture, video and installations at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) opened on Thursday with a panel […]

Photo: Doug MacCash/NOLA.com|The Times-Picayune

New Gallery to Open in El Paso!

There’s a new gallery coming to the El Paso art community called the Cube (or, according to its letterhead and Facebook page, the “CUB3″). Plans […]

New Gallery to Open in El Paso!

DFW Museums Join the Google Art Project

Most people in the arts actually visit museums, but many others experience images—even museum paintings that art history students initially learned from textbooks—almost exclusively through […]

Now Online! Vincent van Gogh, Sheaves of Wheat, 1890. Dallas Museum of Art, The Wendy and Emery Reves Collection. Image courtesy Dallas Museum of Art.

Old-Fashioned Hashtag Photo Contest at MFAH

To draw attention to its current exhibition Made for Magazines: Iconic 20th-Century Photographs, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) is holding an old-fashioned photo […]

George S. Zimbel, Marilyn Monroe and Billy Wilder, “The Seven Year Itch,” New York, 1954, gelatin silver print, printed 1993, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Museum purchase funded by Jonathan and Cynthia King. © George S. Zimbel

Deadline for West Austin Artists

After the successes of the scrappy East Austin Studio Tour (EAST), WEST has been picking up steam. May 10-11 and 17-18 will mark the third […]

Deadline for West Austin Artists

New Associate Publisher Joins Glasstire!

We are pleased to announce that Alecia Harris has been appointed as Glasstire’s Associate Publisher, a newly created position. Formerly the Membership and External Relations […]

New Associate Publisher Joins Glasstire!

DMA Shows Off Its Conservation Chops

As a big museum with a lot of objects, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) has maintained a small conservation studio for the last 30 […]

DMA Shows Off Its Conservation Chops

Funeral Museum to Join the Rodeo Fun!

Few people look forward to funerals, but a lot of people look forward to the annual rodeo. So this year, the National Museum of Funeral […]

Funeral Museum to Join the Rodeo Fun!