Resources

Funding Opportunities for Houston Artists

New grant and exhibition opportunities from MOCA, CraftTexas, the NEA, and more.

04/14/2022 By Amarie Gipson

Television

BET's College Hill is Making a Comeback at Texas Southern University this Summer

The upcoming season of College Hill will feature Houston rapper Slim Thug and reality star Nene Leakes

03/23/2022 By Shelby Stewart

ESSAY

Seeing Myself in Dear White People's Lionel Higgins

'I watched Lionel, popularized by Houston-born DeRon Horton, grow from season to season as he blossomed from finding identity, purpose, and love.'

12/23/2021 By Eric Ford

Helping Hands

Houston Fest Keeps It 'Reel' With Films, Art and Inclusion

It's a leading organization for people with disabilities, and strives to make the city more inclusive.

12/07/2021 By Sofia Gonzalez

Film

Houston Cinema Arts Festival Returns This November

The 12-day event kicks off on November 11 and features a slew of in-person and virtual premieres.

10/21/2021 By Amarie Gipson

Film

3 Texas Inspired Coming-of-Age Films To Stream

In the mood for some nostalgia? Miss Juneteenth, Boyhood and BULL will give you the perfect dose.

10/13/2021 By Amarie Gipson

No Sunshine

Astros Star Alex Bregman Shares His Rehab Journey in New Documentary

The documentary gives fans a look at Bregman's road to recovery after suffering from a quadricep injury earlier this year.

09/23/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Tami takeover

Actress Tami Roman Talks Progress and Growth Ahead of New TV Deals

Currently living in Houston, the entertainer details her career thus far.

08/13/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Pass the Syrup

5 Things to Do This Weekend, July 9–11

A soulful concert, powerful photography, and an all-you-can-eat-pancake art show.

07/09/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Artistic Combo

Houston Ballet Brings A Little Night Music to MFAH

The new digital project, "ADROIT," mixes dance, music, art, and architecture.

06/16/2021 By Olivia Flores Alvarez

Shadow Boxing

How MFAH Film Became an At-Home Affair

Film curator Marian Luntz figures out how to work with an unseen audience.

05/10/2021 By Chris Vognar

Falling Action

River Oaks Theatre's Fate is Playing out Like a Movie

The back and forth between landlord and operator continues.

03/17/2021 By Desiree Cantu

Chopped and Screwed Review

Isaac "Chill" Yowman's Visual DJ Screw Tribute, All Screwed Up, Stays on Beat

The word “tribute” perfectly describes this project, which features a combination of scripted drama and animated cut scenes, as well as both classic and new Houston music.

11/16/2020 By Marco Torres

Chopped and Screwed Tribute

DJ Screw Visual Tribute All Screwed Up Dropping Soon

And we know how you can see it before its official release.

11/13/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Future of storytelling

Stay in for Family Movie Night with En Su Casa

The new film festival from TEATRX features kid-friendly shorts that highlight the Latinx experience.

07/30/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Pick A Cause, Any Cause

5 Things You Must Do in Houston This Weekend, June 19-21

We've got a weekend of events connected to Black Lives Matter, Pride, and Juneteenth.

06/19/2020 By Emma Schkloven

Pride, Not Prejudice

UPDATED: 6 Houston Pride Month Events Sure to Bring Your Rainbow Heart a Bit of Joy

These virtual movie screenings and social distanced performances are still on.

06/16/2020 By Chameli Belk-Gupta

Now Streaming!

Catch These Free Environmental and Outdoor Films Until March 31

The D.C. Environmental Film Fest is screening its 2020 selections online.

03/27/2020 By Gwendolyn Knapp

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

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