Zombies descend, opera returns, and violinists impress.
One biracial photographer explores the murky waters of identity at the Houston Center for Photography.
An interactive installation at Rice's Moody Center allows Houston to ponder its relationship to nature.
A Clarke & Associates Gallery show parlays a James Murphy banger into a surprising survey of repetition.
Signs of the Times
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft presents an evolving look at a reemerging art form.
Touch Box at the Lawndale Art Center explores sight, sound and touch with a participatory installation.
Trey Duvall has turned an abandoned gas station into a fluorescent-lit thought experiment.
The Children's Prison Arts Project helps kids in juvenile detention in the Houston area process their emotions through art.
With Screaming at the Screen, Bogota-based Santiago Pinyol examines our digital accoutrements.
Founder Hal Wixon breaks down some of the selections for the 19th iteration of Houston's best film festival.
A new CAMH exhibit offers an offbeat multimedia experience that probes questions of complacency and activism.
Houston's favorite festival gets bigger and flashier, adding a speaking series to a stellar musical lineup.
Hazed and confused
A new exhibition at Gallery Sonja Roesch plays with the eye and the mind.
Reginald Adams christened the new Legacy Community Health clinic with a colorful series of murals.
In The Journey, photographer Arthur Meyerson showcases a selection of work from his globe-spanning career.
Join Abbi Jacobson, RuPaul and others on a journey of art appreciation.
A new gallery off the beaten path hosted a debut exhibition with colorful, authentic work.
A new Houston Center for Contemporary Craft exhibit considers the sonic qualities of visual art.
The annual juried exhibition, this year themed "Rate of Change," reminds us to take stock.
Happily Eberle After
The work of a celebrated ceramicist comes to town, courtesy the HCCC.