Survival and Hope

Local Voices Highlighted in Withstand: Latinx Art in Times of Conflict

The Holocaust Museum exhibition includes more than 100 pieces from Bayou City artists.

06/10/2021 By Brittany Cristiano

It’s gonna be May

5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, April 30–May 2

Snoop some castle-esque homes in Galveston, pregame Comicpalooza at Karbach Brewing Co., and enjoy Miller’s first outdoor show in over a year.

04/30/2021 By Brittany Cristiano

Know before you go

A List of Houston Museums and Attractions Keeping Covid-19 Restrictions

Here’s a roundup of places where you’ll still have to mask up.

03/05/2021 By Rob Sanford

Living history

27 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month This February

Whether you’re an amateur chef, theater-lover, or bookworm, there’s something for everyone.

02/02/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Ahoy, matey

5 Things to Do This Weekend, Jan 29–31 

Finish out the month by exploring Galveston’s historic ships or enjoying some of the best classical music has to offer.

01/29/2021 By Brittany Cristiano

On the Town

What to Do and See This Month, from Norman Rockwell to Lewis Black

Plus, Beatlemania returns with Mark Morris Dance Group's Pepperland.

12/27/2019 By Chris Gray

You say you want a revolution

Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields is a Must See at the Holocaust Museum

A glimpse into the life of a civil rights icon.

12/13/2019 By Gabi De la Rosa

song of strength

The Tragic Anne Frank Story Becomes a Choral Work

About the Houston Chamber Choir premiere: "You’ll feel anguish. But the message is ultimately hope.”

09/20/2019 By Holly Beretto

Preview

Exploring the Light Behind the Darkness

A.D. Players premieres The Hiding Place, the story of a Dutch Christian family who worked to hide Jews from the Nazi regime.

09/11/2019 By Holly Beretto

Pride

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, June 21–23

Forecasts predict a flood of rainbows will invade downtown this weekend.

06/20/2019 By Morgan Kinney

News

The Holocaust Museum Will Reopen This Month After More Than a Year of Renovations

The museum is now double in size, and has expanded its role as a center for education and research.

05/24/2019 By Morgan Kinney

Special Lunch

Over Matzo Ball Soup, Holocaust Survivors, Liberators Bond

Kenny & Ziggy's hosted a meal in advance of a new exhibit at the Holocaust Museum Houston.

08/09/2018 By Joanna O'Leary

Day at the Museums

Get in the Museum District Zone This Saturday

From Japanese art to contemporary crafts, tour six art institutions—all within walking distance!—in the Museum District's second zone.

04/28/2017 By Amber Tong

Home for the Holidays

5 Must-See Museums Open on Christmas Eve

Out-of-town guests can see why it's always the most wonderful time of the year in Houston.

12/21/2016 By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Breaking Bad

The Holocaust Museum's First Bilingual Exhibit Tackles Immigration

Bittersweet Harvest: The Bracero Program, 1942-1964 explores timely lessons from exploitative programs of the past.

11/28/2016 By Greg Fails

Never Forget

Powerful Exhibit Hélène Berr: A Stolen Life Gives an Eyewitness Account of the Holocaust

Anne Frank wasn't the only Jewish woman who kept a diary.

10/20/2016 With Megan Bartlett

Weekend Warrior

What to See, Do and Laugh at This Weekend: Aug 26–28

Puppets go rogue, Renoir hits the silver screen, plus a thought-provoking exhibit opens at the Holocaust Museum.

08/25/2016 By Jeanne Lyons Davis

History

History and Art Blend for HMH's Taking Flight

Holocaust Museum Houston's latest exhibition highlights artistic efforts to represent 1.5 million who perished during the war.

03/15/2016 By Max Jefferson

Slideshows

2015 Guardians of the Human Spirit at HMH

Longtime supporters of Holocaust Museum Houston were honored as 2015 Guardians of the Human Spirit.

11/05/2015 Photography by Gary Fountain and Wilson Parish

Photography

Roman Vishniac’s World Comes to Light at the MFAH

The fine arts museum showcases a lesser-known side of the famous Holocaust photographer.

09/29/2015 By Brittanie Shey