Author: Rainey Knudson

Rainey Knudson is the founder and publisher of Glasstire. After working on a print magazine about Texas art, Knudson launched Glasstire in 2001 as one of the earliest web-only arts journals in the country. She has spoken or written about arts journalism at Emory University, the USC Annenberg School, the National Endowment for the Arts, and other places. She has a degree in literature from Rice University and an MBA in entrepreneurship from the University of Texas at Austin. She lives in Houston.

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Building a Better Texas Biennial

The fantasy goes something like this: Most everyone¬†was pleased with the clear, focused vision for the 2011 Texas Biennial. It was a brilliant success, with […]

Building a Better Texas Biennial

Curator Charlie Wylie to leave DMA

The Dallas Museum of Art has announced that Charlie Wylie, their curator of contemporary art, will step down in June after 15 years at the […]

Curator Charlie Wylie to leave DMA

DMA director Bonnie Pitman to step down

The Dallas Museum of Art announced today that its director Bonnie Pitman is to step down next month due to health reasons. Olivier Meslay, the […]

DMA director Bonnie Pitman to step down

MAC director resigns

The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC) has announced the departure of Director Liliana Bloch, due to “health concerns.” Bloch has overseen a rebirth of sorts […]

MAC director resigns

Houston alums freshen up the Parrish

Check out ex-Blaffer director Terrie Sultan in today’s New York Times: after leaving the Blaffer 3 years ago, she became the director at the Parrish […]

Houston alums freshen up the Parrish