A timely reminder of America's spotty record on immigrants and immigration arrives at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.
Chad Pregrake brings his real-life message-in-a-bottle collection to the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
A new exhibition gathers the miniature comics popular in 1970s Mexico.
Deredia, the famed Costa Rican sculptor, exhibits a range of work inspired by a unique mix of European materials and pre-Columbian Boruca art.
A CAMH photography exhibit spotlights 17 members of Delhi's LGBTQ community and their stories.
Meet one of the 45 new artists recruited to expand the city's mini mural program.
Rony Ortiz Andrade
Eye on Houston
The 23rd Annual Eye on Houston photography exhibition asked high schoolers to document a year of Bayou City extremes.
One month until the museum's temporary closure, one writer looks back on her decades-long relationship with her favorite painting.
Meet the artist fighting yuppification, one tree knot at a time.
Terry Allen and Joe Ely, both from Lubbock, will take the stage at the Heights Theater for a "song-swap."
The legendary artist has left a monumental mark on Houston.
Einstein on the beach
A new CAMH exhibition curates pieces of poetry, music, and painting of the celebrated artist.
Chromatic Fantasy features the works of Edward Lane McCartney in a series of dynamic, multi-dimensional works.
This interactive work invites Houston to engage in a conversation of light and music.
In a show at Art of the World Gallery, international artist Sophia Vari exhibits a range of work that engages with its space and audience.
At the Houston Museum of African American Culture, Houston artist David McGee uses watercolor to deconstruct our “image-obsessed world.”
Cyber Future Is Now
A broad range of Houston creators will converge on Lawndale Art Center to share ideas and creations.
Slice of Life
The historic African American neighborhood has been heavily gentrified, making these 1987 images artifacts of a different era.
A new series at Pennzoil Place will showcase artists live as they create public art over the course of a week.
Christine Argillet, daughter of the artist's publisher, provided a unique look into the artist's life at Off the Wall Gallery.