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Rodeo Announces Entertainment Genre For 2019 Houston Rodeo

Organizers for the Houston Livestock Show have announced the entertainment genre and the dates they will perform. However, just who will perform on those dates still won't be ironed out until January, except for one.

The Houston Choral Society Chamber Choir Presents Handel’s Messiah Friday, December 21, 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Houston Choral Society’s Christmas concerts are always an audience favorite and have become an annual tradition for hundreds of Houston families. This year, the HCS Chamber Choir presents Handel’s Messiah, on Friday, December 21 at 7:30 PM, at the ...

Essence and FORD Host My City 4 Ways Culture Festival

Over the weekend, Essence and FORD once again joined forces to bring the My City 4 Ways Culture Festival to Houston for its last stop. Ford brought the festival to White Oak Music Hall, to celebrate the city’s most notable ...

Rebecca Morris: The Ache of Bright - January 11 --- March 16, 2019

Since the early 1990s, the Los Angeles-based artist Rebecca Morris has explored the vast visual language of abstract painting. Inventing an extensive array of original forms, compositional rules, and improvisational associations, Morris creates highly considered images that simultaneously construct and ...

Anthony Browder makes history as the first African American to lead and fund an archeological excavation project in Egypt – and with the discovery of 2700 year old Nubian artifacts recently installed

Washington DC’s own, Anthony “Tony” Browder makes history as the first African American to lead and fund an archeological excavation project in Egypt. In May 2018, Mr. Browder, his daughter Atlantis Tye Browder, and the ASA Restoration Project excavation team ...

African American Art Galleries and Museums to Support for Black Solidarity Day

As the anticipated International African American Museum gears up for a grand opening in 2020, we couldn’t help but find out what other black-centric museums and exhibits around the country are worth checking out right now.

500-year-old sculptures confirmed as Michelangelo's only surviving bronzes

A team of leading art researchers has revealed that two bronze sculptures of nude men riding panther-like creatures are the work of Michelangelo, bearing hallmarks of the Renaissance artist's oeuvre including distinctive toes and his signature "eight-pack" stomach muscles.

The Houston Museum of African American Culture Announces The Opening of A Burning House

The Houston Museum of African American Culture (HMAAC) is pleased to announce the November 17, 2018 opening of A Burning House, curated by Dominic Clay and John Guess, Jr. A Burning House will be on display through January 12, 2019.

Actor Kedrick Brown Brings His Own Seat to the Table

Two years ago actor Kedrick Brown was steadily carving out a name for himself, delivering a string of impressive performances in Greenleaf, American Crime, Survivor’s Remorse, Underground and more. Since then the Straight Outta Compton actor has kept that same ...

Explore Local Businesses, Events and Restaurants During Arts District Houston’s Inaugural Arts District Month

October is officially Arts District Month in Houston and Arts District Houston is partnering with Houston First, Visit Houston, and Le Meridien Houston Downtown to showcase all that the District has to offer. For the first time, visitors can celebrate ...

World-Renowned Award-Winning Africa Umoja Coming to Houston

The Spirit of Togetherness is a two-hour explosion of song and dance performed for Kings, Presidents and members of the public in over 50 countries worldwide

Clarke & Associates presents Urban Chic one-day show curated by noted Houston artist Chris Silkwood

Clarke & Associates presents Urban Chic, a one-day show featuring diverse works by Houston-area artists, artisans and craftsmen and curated by noted Houston artist Chris Silkwood. The focus is on hand-crafted works, including wearable art, clothing, printed fabrics, handbags, jewelry ...

The Consulate General of Mexico in Houston, the Mexican Tourism Board and Serrano Gallery are pleased to present “THE FIFTH ELEMENT”

The Consulate General of Mexico in Houston, the Mexican Tourism Board and Serrano Gallery are pleased to present “THE FIFTH ELEMENT”

Bayou City Art Festival Downtown Announces 2018 Houston Nonprofit Beneficiaries

The 2018 Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, produced by the Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA), has selected six local nonprofits that will benefit from a portion of the proceeds of the event. The weekend celebration will be held Saturday-Sunday, October ...

John S. Chase, Trailblazing Texas Architect, Celebrated in Two Exhibits

John Saunders Chase, FAIA was a Houston architect who realized a large body of work in the city, throughout the state of Texas, and around the United States. Chase achieved many historic firsts during his career.

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