Survival and Hope
The Holocaust Museum exhibition includes more than 100 pieces from Bayou City artists.
The Bayou City painter talks passion for bright colors, memorializing George Floyd, and creating a cover for the famous magazine in five hours.
At this Saturday art debut, it's all about Houston's own climate challenges.
Are you ready for Critical Bark?
Shelbi Nicole's Instagrammable art exhibition is here to brighten your day.
The Spanish artist has been tackling our immigration issues for half a century.
The 24-year-old Tyler Kay wants you to see the beauty in life.
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 Mary Ellen Bute retrospective puts the spotlight on the oft-forgotten film pioneer.
Meet one of the 45 new artists recruited to expand the city's mini mural program.
Rony Ortiz Andrade
Meet the artist fighting yuppification, one tree knot at a time.
Help Harvey victims by bidding on some local art at A Night for Harvey.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
These refugees and immigrants explore their deepest emotions through their art.
The venue's COLLAB program gives new talent a much-needed platform.
Three U.S. military veterans-turned-artists turn their own—and others’—stories into art.
The Washington Avenue Arts District celebrated the completion of Art Wall Houston.
Sharing decades' worth of wisdom over a game of dominos
Jeanne Lyons Davis
Artist Mark Flood's latest collective exhibition, The Future Is Ow, is an effort to put Houston on the art-world map.
Zurich’s best hotel raises hospitality to the level of art.
Day For Night
Houston's newest music fest, Day For Night, lights up Silver Street Studios with supersonic sounds and a mountain of high tech visual art.
William Geoffrey Wood