Arts & Culture

Fall Arts Guide 2022

State of The Arts

Our overview of what’s new and important in Houston’s bustling art scene.

09/16/2022 Edited by Amarie Gipson

Falleluiah

It’s Fall Y’all! Texas Festivals Worth a Road Trip

It's festival season in Texas! Hit the road for art, music, food, and a super good time.

09/16/2022 By Stephanie Bartels

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

Boo!

6 Ghost Tours That Showcase Houston's Spooky Side

Houston’s haunted history has made it the site of some fascinating tours that you won’t want to miss.

09/15/2022 By Alexia Partouche

Día de los Muertos

MECA Will Honor the Uvalde Victims This Día de los Inocentes

This year’s exhibition will feature a special altar dedicated to the 19 children and two teachers who were fatally shot at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.

09/15/2022 By Stephanie Bartels

Hear Ye, Hear Ye!

The Nation's Largest 16th-Century Celebration Returns This Fall

Everything you need to know about the Texas Renaissance Festival: dates, tickets, events, and more!

09/14/2022 By Kelsy Armstrong and Shelby Stewart

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

Big Tex

Here’s What to Look Forward to at the 2022 State Fair of Texas

New installations at the State Fair suggest that 2023 will be even bigger than before.

09/13/2022 By Shelby Stewart

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

Viva México

El Grito! All the Fiestas Patrias Events to Check Out This Week

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with free shots, free food, and yes, cultural education.

09/13/2022 By Stephanie Bartels

Chills and Thrills

Baytown’s about to Get Spooky with the Freaky Deaky Festival

Freaky Deaky is coming to Texas over Halloween weekend! Here's what to know about pricing, camping, and more.

09/09/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Great Escape

8 Essential Escape Rooms to Master in Houston

Put your skills to the test at one of Houston's unique escape rooms located from Midtown to Humble and The Woodlands.

09/09/2022 By Stephanie Bartels

THINGS TO DO

8 Ways to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Houston

Hispanic Heritage Month calls for live music, authentic dishes, and a full immersion into Latinx culture.

09/08/2022 By Amarie Gipson

GAME TIME

A Gamers Guide to Dungeons & Dragons Spots in Houston

Itching to break out your 20-sided dice? Here are all the places in Houston you can go for a quick game or a long campaign.

09/08/2022 By Alexia Partouche

HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

Houston’s Arte Público Press Is Celebrating 40 Years with a Huge Showcase

Arte Público will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a performing arts showcase and award ceremony at the Moores Opera House.

09/06/2022 By Amarie Gipson

THINGS TO DO

5 Ways to Spend Your Labor Day Weekend

There’s no shortage of happenings in Bayou City this weekend, from a Megan thee Stallion-themed party in EaDo to $3 movies on National Cinema Day, and more.

09/02/2022 By Amarie Gipson

Resources

Funding Opportunities for Houston Artists

New grant and exhibition opportunities from Box13, The Idea B. Wells Fund, and more.

09/01/2022 By Amarie Gipson

THINGS TO DO

What to Expect from the 2022 Houston Blues and Jazz Festival

The local festival returns in September for two full weekend performances and events.

08/30/2022 By Alexia Partouche

Standing Ovation

Here Are Houston’s Top Independent Theaters to Support This Year

The Ensemble Theatre, Theatre Suburbia, Playhouse 1960, and more independent theaters to support this year.

08/26/2022 By Alexia Partouche