The Museum Experience, April 29 from 11 to 4pm, showcases some of Houston Museum District’s most diverse institutions. The walkable zone features eight museums with collections ranging from abstract to avant-garde, contemporary craft, design and several exhibitions that focus on culturally-specific subject matter. Holocaust survivor stories, Civil War re-enactments, live artmaking, and art exhibitions on […]

Artist Anne-Joëlle Galley is stepping up in support of The Printing Museum as the Houston institution continues to recover from an electrical fire that occurred in May. The effort is rooted in Galley’s love for the museum — and for printing in general. Her affinity for the medium began when she joined the class of […]

IT’S BACK – The Houston Mural Festival also known as HUEFEST is back and bigger than ever. It starts Oct. 15 and lasts until Oct 22nd all over the streets of Downtown Houston. HOUSTON URBAN EXPERIENCE (HUE) MURAL FESTIVAL Inspired by Houston First Houston, Texas Saturday, October 15 – Saturday, October 22, 2016 WHAT: Houston First […]

Combatting the stereotype of apathetic youth, Rock the Vote – the nonpartisan nonprofit created to see young people through America’s political process – has found a new way to galvanize and inspire millennials to vote in the upcoming election in November… Art. Using innovation and creativity, the organization partnered with #Cut50 and other national and community […]

Summer’s upcoming block party, The Museum Experience, returns July 30, showcasing a trio of participating museums within an easily walkable three-block footprint. The featured museums of Zone 3; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH), The Jung Center, and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH) invite guests to view masterworks, learn meditation techniques, and interact with […]

Lola Glass, is a 7-year-old pint sized graffiti artist who’s making a name for herself at such a young age already. So far, Lola has been tagging up Brooklyn, New York, throughout Bushwich and in Miami with her wall art. When speaking in her interview, Lola said, “I was six-years old when I started painting.” […]

Not many times does a city have a project that captures the essence of the creative community. The ground-breaking TV Pilot “Paying Dues” based on the city of Houston’s art scene has attracted a lot of local buzz for its depiction of millennials looking to make it in the entertainment industry, as well as its […]

"The Circle of Mothers Project," embodies their love, pain and sacrifice, but also the impact that systematic racism has on Black families.

Broadway at the Hobby Center Sponsoered by Bank of America announces the line-up of shows for the new 2016-2017 season. With six productions plus two…

Broadway at the Hobby Center Sponsoered by Bank of America announces the line-up of shows for the new 2016-2017 season. With six productions plus two season options, the collection represents a mixture of fresh Tony Award winners and returning audience favorites. The season will commence with the return of the Tony and Grammy award winning […]

HOUSTON, TX— The Alley Theatre’s Alley All New Festival, January 28 – February 7, features six playwrights and more than 25 actors from around the country who will be presenting new work through a series of readings and workshop performances. Rehearsals have begun at the newly renovated Alley Theatre and the performances will be open […]