“Fiction tends to be traditionally more narrative, but there’s something about poetry that works kind of outside of language.”
Concerts, art openings, and pre-rodeo 5Ks await.
Melding music, nature, and place, John Luther Adams's monumental percussion work comes to Rice this Saturday.
Kinetic, Houston's conductorless ensemble, presents a "very physical, and very visually engaging" program that goes head-to-head with a certain football game.
The best part of race prep is the pasta, pizza, bread, and rice.
An extraordinary conversation manages to reach across the political aisle.
"The point isn't to get it or to know what's going on, but to feel confused, to be excited by what you don't know, and to want to figure it out more."
Artist Thorsten Brinkmann blends Renaissance-era portraiture with make-believe in The Great Cape Rinderhorn at Rice.
Arts & Drafts
Find inspiration and instruction, whether in an online seminar or a hands-on workshop.
A look back at one of Houston's most storied public arts pieces.
Artist Anila Agha uses light and shadows as an homage to her native Pakistan in Intersections.
Daniel Anguilu's new mural illuminates the Rice University campus.
Back in Accra
On the hunt in Houston for a favorite Ghanaian dish
The Houston Food Bank has relied on the quiet generosity of one Brazoria county rice farmer—but what happens when he's gone?
You don't need a sizzling hot stone bowl to make this classic Korean rice dish at home.