When In Rome

University of Houston Launches Creative Fellowship Program in Italy

Houston artists are going global, and Lisa E. Harris is the inaugural fellow.

07/20/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Moving Art

Ava DuVernay's Leap Project Comes to Houston with Powerful New Mural

Located at the Houston Museum of African-American Culture.

07/20/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Color us Amazed

Edgar Medina Melds Mexico and Houston Memories Through Color

The abstract painter's retrospective "La Vida en Colores," viewable online through July 31, was recently on display in the Mexican Consulate.

07/14/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Weaving Words

Alia Ali’s Newest Exhibit Uses Textiles to Transform Your Worldview

Ali explores the complexity of language, colonialism, and culture in her exhibit opening at Foto Relevance on July 9.

07/08/2021 By Kaitlyn Miller

test your mettle

Get Suited Up and Learn about Past and Future Body Armor

The new Houston Center for Contemporary Craft exhibition, sure to please every Bayou City geek, runs through September 11.

07/07/2021 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

Space-taking

This New Sawyer Yards Art Installation Spotlights Black Women’s Unapologetic Femininity

"A Single Thread Weaves a Future" runs for six weeks starting July 10.

07/05/2021 By Adrianne Reece

très magnifique

REVIEW: Monet, Matisse, and a Lot of Their Friends

Treasures from the Bemberg Foundation are at the MFAH, their only U.S. stop, through Sept 19.

07/01/2021 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Fun Out of the Sun

5 Immersive Art Installations to Satisfy Your Summer Escapist Soul

From color explosions to a tropical, plant-filled oasis to the immersive works of a classic painter, take your summer vacay to the next level without ever stepping foot in an airport.

06/23/2021 By Carolina Larracilla

Stay Cool

5 Museum District Exhibits You Shouldn't Miss This Summer

From a crocheted bridge to a 66 million-year-old T. rex to activist imagery, these exhibitions will help you beat the heat while also expanding your mind.

06/17/2021 By Carolina Larracilla

Paint Job

Get a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Houston’s Mass Street-Art Installation

More than 20 new murals brought a fresh coat of paint to Bayou City walls as part of last month's Big Walls Big Dreams Mural Festival.

06/15/2021 By Kaitlyn Miller

Survival and Hope

Local Voices Highlighted in Withstand: Latinx Art in Times of Conflict

The Holocaust Museum exhibition includes more than 100 pieces from Bayou City artists.

06/10/2021 By Brittany Cristiano

Capturing a Moment

Behind the Lens of FotoFest's Recording the Blur

The new photography exhibition, which opens June 5, responds to 2020, the year of shared isolation.

06/03/2021 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Paper and Paint

Take a Closer Look at Hong Hong’s Textural Masterpieces

The interdisciplinary artist has exhibitions at Art League Houston and Asia Society. She'll also be featured in Lawndale Art Center’s "The Big Show" 2021 in June.

05/24/2021 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

Speed City

Houston's Ange Hillz Speed Painted His Way to a TIME Cover

The Bayou City painter talks passion for bright colors, memorializing George Floyd, and creating a cover for the famous magazine in five hours.

05/14/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Mixing the figurative and literal

REVIEW: The Station Museum’s The Road So Far Revival Thrives in Textural Complexity

Two artists with strong regional ties come together for a compelling and politically significant showing.

04/19/2021 By Rob Sanford

Mile-High Messages

Have You Seen These Two Humongous Murals in Houston Lately?

The massive new murals tell stories of the fight against food insecurity and the Bayou City's migratory birds.

03/23/2021 By Adrianne Reece

let's play

PlayHaus's Second Iteration Is Gracing Houstonians' Instagram Feeds

Meet Julie Gray, the creative visionary elevating the Bayou City's growing street art culture.

03/18/2021 By Adrianne Reece

Greetings, Earthlings

A Far-Out Journey to Seismique

What's Houston's new interactive museum really like?

03/16/2021 Photography by Bill Wiatrak

Changing Seasons

MFAH’s The Joy of Nature Ushers Visitors into Spring

David Hockney meets Vincent van Gogh in this homage to the radical.

03/03/2021 By Rob Sanford

CREATIVITY IN THE BAYOU CITY

We're Not Joking, There Are Flying Chicken Statues at the Heights H-E-B

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get some Spicy Whataburger Ketchup, of course.

02/12/2021 By Emma Schkloven