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Houston Ballet Returns to Live Performances at Its Home Theater with the Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance

Houston Ballet prepares to take the stage at its home theater, Wortham Theater Center, for the first time in 18 months. The Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance opens Houston Ballet’s 2021-2022 season and marks the return to in-person performances ...

John Cisneros Named Chair of Houston Symphony's Hispanic Leadership Council

The Houston Symphony announced today that John Cisneros, Ed.D is the Symphony’s Hispanic Leadership Council Chair for the 2021–22 Season. The Hispanic Leadership Council is a membership group comprising business, education, and community leaders who advise the Symphony on how ...

Art For the People 50th Anniversary of the 1971 Exhibition the Deluxe Theatre in Fifth Ward

Art For the People is a heartfelt 50th-anniversary tribute to the 1971 show organized by Dominique Deminelle and the late Congressman Mickey Leland In 1971 at the Deluxe Theatre, a present exhibition curated by Danielle Burns and organized by Harrison ...

Cirque du Soleil kicks off relaunch of global touring operations in Houston

Following the successful reopening of four of its Las Vegas resident productions, Cirque du Soleil has chosen Houston to relaunch its first touring touring production. Alegría, which had to pause performances at Sam Houston Race Park in March 2020 due ...

Houston Symphony's October Classical Concert's Promise Berlioz's Macabre Smphoie Fantastique Just In Time for Halloween

he Houston Symphony is observing Halloween this year with a weekend of performances of Hector Berlioz’s masterpiece of the macabre, Symphonie fantastique. This month’s classical subscription concerts feature the famed Berlioz symphonic wild ride, as well as Dame Jane Glover’s ...

Houston Museum of African American Culture Host An Unforgettable Cultural Trip

Houston Museum of African American Culture hosted a well planned cultural trip to Washington D.C. and Richmond, Virginia. First, travelers experienced a Houston cultural correlation to the U. S. at the Virginia Museum of Fine Art (VMFA) to view "The ...

Houston Ballet Joins New York City Center's 2021 Fall for Dance Festival Lineup

Houston Ballet announces it will perform during New York City Center’s Fall for Dance Festival this October. Houston Ballet principal dancers Karina González and Connor Walsh will perform excerpts from Stanton Welch AM’s iconic work Sons de L'âme. Originally premiering ...

9-Year Old Won First Place in Art Competition

Gabrielle Faisal, 9, won first place in the White House Historical Association’s National Student Art Competition by telling the story of African-Americans in her drawing.

“Live Jazz” coming to Houston’s Eastside Saxophonist Kyle Turner R&K Reception Hall Sunday, August 15, 2021

One of Houston’s musical treasures, Saxophonist Kyle Turner will be performing “live” at R&K Barbecue and Reception Hall, 911 Normandy St. 77015 on Sunday, August 15th, 2021 from 4pm to 7pm. Tickets are available at http://kyleturnerlive.eventbrite.com.

It’s Christmas in July as Houston Ballet Launches Single Tickets for its Fall Performances

Houston Ballet prepares for the gift of live theater with its onsale of single tickets for fall performances, The Nutcracker and The Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance, at 11 a.m. Monday, July 26, 2021.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Welcomes New Honorary Members on Good Morning America

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.® welcomed in eight new members with a big announcement on Good Morning America. Broadcast anchor Robin Roberts, award winning actress Tracee Ellis Ross, novelist and social activist Alice Walker, Academy Award costume designer Ruth E. ...

Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs Awards $5.6 Million in Grants to Arts and Culture Non-Profit Organizations

The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) will award $5,612,433 in grants to 132 arts and culture nonprofit organizations. The grants will fund sponsored projects across the City that will offer public exhibitions, presentations, and performances in 2021.

30 Organizations Set to Compete for Their Next Hire on Thursday, July 15th

The City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department and workforce opportunity nonprofit SERJobs will host a career opportunity fair. Representatives from more than 30 employers and vendors are expected to participate and seek qualified candidates for hundreds of open ...

How Galveston Is Honoring Its Role As the Birthplace of Juneteenth

As Galveston historian Samuel Collins III, whose own ancestors were freed as a result of the Juneteenth order, raised funds and installed a historical marker at the former Osterman Building—ravaged by Hurricane Carla and razed in the ’60s—but few people ...

A Unique Fashion Event You Won't Want To Miss – Tune in live and cast your votes for your favorite designs

If you caught the Academy Awards on April 25th, you may be yearning for more red carpet glam? Well, you’re in luck! The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and Houston Community College have teamed up for an innovative, reimagined fashion ...

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