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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.

Plan Your Next Weekend Adventure at Schlitterbahn New Braunfels

Experience on-of-a-kind waterpark adventures at Schlitterbahn.

T. Ellis Juneteenth Historical Art Exhibition at the Texas State Capitol

Ted T. Ellis, professional artist for more that 25 years, and is currently pursuing his Masters in Museum Studies. He is the art ambassador for the National Juneteenth Organization and has been selected to showcase five of his historical paintings ...

Sean Combs is Revealed as Buyer of $21.1 Million Kerry James Marshall “Past Times” Painting

Ever since the sale at Sotheby’s on Wednesday night of “Past Times,” a monumental painting by Kerry James Marshall with a narrative centered on black experiences, many people have been speculating about which collector or museum might have placed the ...

Houston Ballet to Give a Performance in the Woodlands, TX

Houston Ballet will hit the road, traveling just north of their home venue to perform an exciting mixed repertory program at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, TX on Friday, May 4, 2018. The evening will include four ...

Leon Bridges Releases Video for "Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand"

Leon Bridges shares the video for his track Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand from his forthcoming sophomore album, Good Thing, out May 4.

Houston's Arts and Culture Community gets over $40,000 Boost from Harvey Arts Recovery Fund Grants

In their second round of funding, the Harvey Arts Recovery Fund (HARF) awarded more than $40,000 in disaster assistance to local artists and arts, heritage and cultural organizations who were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. This second round of funding has ...

Houston Ballet Presents Don Quixote

Houston Ballet presents the much-anticipated return of former Artistic Director Ben Stevenson’s Don Quixote, a thrilling revival of the classic tale, gracing the stage for the first time in more than a decade. Houston Ballet continues their Hometown Tour in ...

An Instagram Art Project Spreads Awareness About Femicides in Mexico

Two Mexican artists came across a list of over a thousand victims of femicide in Mexico posted by activist who goes by the pseudonym, Frida Guerrera. The pair created the Instagram project, No estamos todas

Memphis Makes it’s Way to Houston Audiences with an All –Too Familiar Narrative

Written by Joe DiPietro and David Bryan and directed by Dan Knechtges, the story of Memphis begins in musically–rich Memphis during the 1950’s south where Rock and Roll was born. It tells a story of a white radio DJ named ...

Houston Museum District to Host Texas Association of Museums Annual Meeting Conference

The Texas Association of Museums (TAM) will host its annual meeting this year in Houston on April 18-21 at the downtown Hyatt Regency Houston. The 2018 theme, Taking the Pulse of Museums: Healthy Enough to Stay the Course, ties in ...

The Ensemble Theatre Honors King in a Magnificent Way

On April 4, 1968, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 39, was shot to death in Memphis TN while standing on a hotel balcony. Dr. King, the praised civil rights leader, arrived in Memphis on April 3rd and delivered ...

Society for the Performing Arts Presents Storytellers: The 20th Annual Wells Fargo Student Art Contest

Society for the Performing Arts (SPA) welcomes entries for the 20th Annual Wells Fargo Student Art Contest, also co-sponsored by Neiman Marcus. Deadline for entries is Mar. 9. This year’s theme, Storytellers, is inspired by SPA’s performance of the cinematic ...

Mayor Turner Takes Part in Musical 'Memphis!'

According to KHOU, Mayor Sylvester Turner made a theatrical debut on Tuesday. Although he is used to facing crowds, they aren't like the ones at the Hobby Center. Mayor Turner appeared in a special walk on role with Theatre Under ...

Love It or Not: “Lover, Beloved, Plays” Up to Small Alley Audiences

In the spirit of all things love, The Alley Theatre presents “Lover, Beloved,” a musical play written and composed by Grammy award winner and singer/ songwriters Suzanne Vega and Duncan Sheik. The play is inspired by the life and writings ...