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Houstonians Open Virtual Museum in Tribute to George Floyd

The #ArtforJustice virtual gallery has received submissions from 19 states and six countries.

06/28/2020 By Jonathan Forney

Art Moves

MFAH Speaks to the BLM Movement Through Soul of a Nation

Featuring work from over 70 Black artists, this exhibition makes its final stop in Houston after a three-year international tour.

06/26/2020 By Kaitlyn Miller

Stronger Together

Downtown Window Display Will Encourage Houstonians to Stick Together

The new mural is being made entirely of sticky notes, and the organizers are looking for thousands of names to fill the brightly colored memo sheets.

06/26/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Rock On

5 Things You Must Do In Houston This Weekend, June 12-14

Go online, live it up in your car, or stretch your legs (safely, of course).

06/12/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Gotta Fold 'Em All

Asia Society Texas Center Wants Houston to Fold 1,000 Paper Cranes

The new community origami project is bringing a Japanese tradition of hope to the Bayou City.

06/01/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Chalk it up to creativity

Houston Muralist’s Cross-Country Chalk Collab Inspires in Trying Times

Four artists around the country each draw one-quarter of a chalk mural honoring nurses.

05/12/2020 By Emma Schkloven

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Eight New Sculptures in Wide Open Space: Yet Another Reason to Visit the Houston Heights

There’s a lot to attract area residents and visitors to the Heights Boulevard esplanade: old-growth native trees, architectural gardens and pavilions, one of the most popular walking/jogging trails in the city and now, eight fantastic new sculptures.

05/04/2020 By Katy Bomar

Fashion, thy name is face mask

Send Us Photos of Your Face Masks, And We'll Have a Fashion Show (Virtually)

We all have to wear masks now, so we might as well look good.

04/15/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

H-Town Inspo

5 Ways Houston Neighborhoods Are Vastly Improving Our Mood Right Now

Chalk art, bear hunts, and words of encouragement beam in Houston.

04/02/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Staying Alive

Care for Trees with the Ancient Art of Bonsai

How Houston's bonsai artists are passing down their artful tradition.

04/01/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Art never stops

How to Get Your Art Fix Without Leaving Your Home

It's a big, wide virtual world out there.

03/17/2020 By Emma Schkloven

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Should You Visit Baytown for Art? Absolutely!

From public art to The Art Center to FotoFest, art is quite alive and well in Baytown.

03/10/2020

It's Leap Day

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb 28–Mar 1

It's a Leap Day weekend filled with pre-rodeo goodies, cat videos, and artistic finds.

02/28/2020 By Emma Schkloven

A presidential portrait

Go See George W. Bush's Paintings at the Julia Ideson Building

The former president's "Portraits of Courage" traveling exhibit profiles and honors post-9/11 veterans.

02/27/2020 By Catherine Wendlandt

Reel-y Cool Art

J.R. Martinez Talks Inclusive Power of the Arts

The military veteran and "Dancing with the Stars" champ makes an appearance this week at ReelAbilities Film and Arts Festival.

02/10/2020 By Brittanie Shey

The Golden Triangle

An Art Lover's Guide to Madrid

How to immerse yourself in art and great food without spending a fortune.

02/07/2020 By Bill Wiatrak

On the Town

What to Do and See This Month, from Goya to Celine Dion

Plus Whiskey Myers and Ann Curry.

01/30/2020 Edited by Chris Gray

Hold on to your ear

Travel in Van Gogh's Footsteps Across France

One writer visits the most important spots in the artist's life.

01/24/2020 By Bill Wiatrak

OLD MEETS NEW

New MATCH Exhibition Showcases a Modern Twist on Byzantine Iconography

The art exhibition features artist Joni Zavitsanos' mixed media pieces alongside her father's more classical interpretations.

01/23/2020 By Holly Beretto

Get Anime-ted

Enter the World of Kabuki Art Via the Asia Society's Tsuruya Kōkei Exhibit

Explore the Kabuki woodblock roots of Japanese pop art.

12/30/2019 By Holly Beretto