Visual Art

Sugar High

Candytopia: The Expert’s Guide to Houston’s "Candy Wonderland"

With over a dozen sugarcoated art installations, Candytopia is one of the most Instagrammable experiences in the city.

09/22/2022 By Stephanie Bartels

THINGS TO DO

Seismique: The Expert's Guide to Houston's Coolest Immersive Experience

Hours, ticket pricing, and everything else you need to know about visiting Seismique in Houston.

09/21/2022 By Amarie Gipson

Fall Arts Guide 2022

The Ultimate Guide to Houston's Arts and Entertainment Scene This Fall

Your guide to Houston events in theater, dance, opera, visual art, live music, comedy, film, books, and more.

09/19/2022 By Amarie Gipson With Chris Gray

Fall Arts Guide 2022

Get Tickets Now: Houston's Upcoming Performances Look Spectacular

The upcoming 2022–23 Houston performing arts season shares stories as diverse as the city.

09/15/2022 By Holly Beretto

THINGS TO DO

The Ultimate Guide to Free Museums in Houston

Who doesn’t love free stuff? The city’s art, history, science institutions, and more await.

09/14/2022 By Amarie Gipson

EDITOR'S PICKS

5 Must-See Art Exhibitions to Visit This Month

Discover exciting work at the Blaffer Art Museum, Fotofest, and more.

09/13/2022 By Amarie Gipson

THINGS TO DO

BANKSYLAND Immersive Art Exhibition Arrives in Houston

Curious about Banksy? Unauthorized exhibit BANKSYLAND is headed to Houston—here are all the details.

08/17/2022 By Alexia Partouche

FAMILY FUN

Enjoy August with These Family-Friendly Art Experiences

Color Factory isn't the only game in town—though we do love it. Here's our roundup of Houston’s must-attend art events for kids!

08/02/2022 By Alexia Partouche

Hidden Gems

Houston's Outdoor Sculptures Offer a Window into a Lively Art Scene

Seek out these alfresco artworks as a way to explore the city and experience the charms of Houston’s burgeoning art scene.

07/20/2022 By Brianna Benitez

ON VIEW

The Story Behind the Famous $15M Painting at the MFAH

Houstonians can experience The Sugar Shack on view in the MFAH’s new Kinder building through the end of the year.

07/13/2022 By Amarie Gipson

GET MESSY

Let Your Kids’ Creativity Shine at These Artsy Summer Camps

Here's everything you need to know about the Houston School of Art and Design, Kidcreate Studio, Monart School of Art, plus more.

07/06/2022 By Alexia Partouche

VISUAL ART

Here’s Where to Buy Art Supplies in Houston

Nurture your inner needleworker with a visit to Chaparral, or buy in bulk from the Art Supply Network’s 30,000-product inventory online.

06/02/2022 By Amarie Gipson

VISUAL ART

Making Home Weaves Stories of Immigration Through Art

This poetic exhibition at the Asia Society is a must-see.

05/18/2022 By Amarie Gipson

FASHION FUSION

Jacob Vilató’s Hand-Painted Moreau Paris Bag Is on Display in River Oaks

Vilatò chats with Houstonia about his astonishing legacy and lets us in on his creative direction.

04/14/2022 By Danielle Wright

Spring Arts Guide 2022

In Living Color: The Obama Portraits Take the MFAH

As part of a multi-city tour organized by the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., the Obama Portraits are headed to the Museum of Fine Arts

03/28/2022 By Amarie Gipson

ART NEWS

This Medieval Manuscript is Getting A Facelift

A 700-year-old manuscript at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston is getting a much-needed facelift

03/16/2022 By Amarie Gipson

ARTIST FEATURE

Alexandra Nechita On The Power of Her Art

The L.A.-based artist, once considered a child prodigy, has a new solo exhibition at Off the Wall Gallery.

03/09/2022 By Amarie Gipson

EDITOR’S PICKS

5 Must-See Exhibitions in Houston this Month

Dawoud Bey's retrospective at MFAH, Andy Warhol portraits and more on view.

03/02/2022 By Amarie Gipson

MUST-SEE

A Look Inside Prauper’s Houston Forever Exhibit

On view now at The MAG, a former Texaco office building turned Downtown art gallery

02/18/2022 By Amarie Gipson Photography by Nic High

EDITOR’S PICKS

7 Must-See Art Exhibitions to Visit This Month

Catch these February events featuring a Hollywood actor, abstract paintings and a Black History Month display at the Gregory School.

02/07/2022 By Amarie Gipson