Author: Paula Newton

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Artists of Color: Welcome to Houston!

Houstonians are eagerly awaiting the late October presentation of Selven O’Keef Jarmon’s piece 360 Degrees Vanishing, commissioned by Art League Houston (ALH). It’s set to […]

Artists of Color: Welcome to Houston!

Water, Water, Everywhere (in art)

On Wednesday at 3pm, Dr. Mark Thistlethwaite, the Kay and Velma Kimbell Chair of Art History at Texas Christian University, will present a lecture entitled […]

Water, Water, Everywhere (in art)

The World’s First Citywide Photoblog!

Who knew that Garland, Texas has “the world’s first citywide photoblog”? That’s what they claim on Garlandeyes.com. To post on the site, the images must […]

The World’s First Citywide Photoblog!

Art on the Water in Houston’s East End

Houston isn’t just a big maze of cars and its art scene isn’t restricted to the Museum District, according to the Houston Arts Alliance (HAA). […]

Art on the Water in Houston’s East End

The New Art of Art Vandalism

The latest act of art vandalism occurred yesterday afternoon at the Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art. A man splashed a […]

The New Art of Art Vandalism

The Black Guys Release Hit Single About the Menil

Robert Hodge and Phillip Pyle II have already begun promoting their upcoming exhibition at Art League Houston, presenting…The Black Guys, which doesn’t open until mid-November. […]

The Black Guys Release Hit Single About the Menil

Executive Director to Leave Rothko Chapel

After seven years with Houston’s Rothko Chapel, Executive Director Emilee Dawn Whitehurst will be leaving to accept a position as Senior Vice President at Planned […]

Photo by Melissa Phillip via Houston Chronicle

Giant Fish Cave Project Needs More Junk

In May, Houston’s folk art Smither Park celebrated phase two of its construction with a big artist party and, since June, Nashville-based metalsmith and woodworking […]

Giant Fish Cave Project Needs More Junk