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HMAAC and Pink & Green Foundation: A Charitable Art Auction

HMAAC in partnership with the Pink & Green Charitable Foundation is bringing to you a Zoom Art Auction you definitely don't want to miss. Buy original art online from top artists while making a donation to two great cultural organizations.

Texas Food & Wine Alliance Launch

Top Culinary Nonprofit Mounts Explosive Statewide Expansion to Support Local Food Systems in Houston and Beyond

Four New Murals Call Houston’s East End Home

The East End District welcomes four new murals to the neighborhood, making this historic area one of Houston's top art attractions. The murals were created in collaboration with local businesses, art curators Up Art Studio, and the East End Houston ...

Soul Of A Nation: Art In The Age of Black Power New Exhibition At The Museum For Fine Arts

Beginning today, Saturday, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, presents Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, featuring work by more than 60 Black artists and exploring what it meant to be a Black artist in ...

A unique website gives fine artists and art lovers the opportunity to help families in desperate need

The worldwide pandemic has changed our lives. “I felt badly for the many artists who abruptly lost their sales venues,” says business owner Robin Kocina, whose husband Lonny is an artist as well as her business partner. As a nonprofit ...

Trailer for the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize Winning Musical "Hamilton" the film of the Original Broadway Production Has Arrived

Last night, as part of the 2020 ESPYs airing on ESPN and ESPN2, Disney+ debuted the trailer for “Hamilton,” the filmed version of the original Broadway production, ahead of its global premiere on the streaming service on July 3, 2020.

Houston artists create mural as tribute to 2020 high school seniors

A new mural celebrating the Houston area class of 2020 has been added to the iconic collection of murals in Graffiti Park, 2102 Leeland St. in East Downtown (EaDo). Internationally recognized Houston artist, Gonzo247 collaborated with artists Nicky Davis, JoJo, ...

The Alley is Houston’s theatre and we stand with the people of Houston

The Alley is Houston's theatre and we stand with the people of Houston, especially with the Black community, during this heartbreaking and challenging time.

New Art at the Gite Gallery

Over the past few weeks, The Gite Gallery has received dozens of new paintings. Let us know what you think of these new pieces which will go on sale once we reopen.

Theatre Under the Stars to Present the Annual Tommy Tune Awards As An Online Show

The annual celebration of high school musical theatre in the Greater Houston area, the Tommy Tune Awards, is going online. In response to Harris County’s active stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus crisis, event organizer Theatre Under The Stars will ...

Houston Ballet Cancels the Remainder of Its 2019-2020 Season

Houston Ballet announces its cancellation of the rest of its 2019-2020 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Performances effected include the rescheduled dates for Forged in Houston (May 21-31), Romeo & Juliet (June 4-14) and From Houston to the ...

A Note About the Remainder of the Alley Season

Our theatres were empty this past week along with institutions across the country.

19/20 Season Updates: Performances and Events Postponed or Cancelled

Following recommendations from Harris County and the CDC to limit large gatherings and slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), SPA performances through May 15, 2020 are postponed or cancelled, affecting the programs listed below.

Amazon Original Tales from the Loop BTS Featurette Now Available on EPK.TV!

From Executive Producer Matt Reeves and based on the acclaimed art of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, Tales from the Loop explores the town and people who live above “The Loop,” a machine built to unlock and explore the mysteries of ...

Update Regarding COVID-19 and Alley Closure

Following the recommendations of Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Alley has canceled all performances, events, camps, and classes through March 31 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19/coronavirus.

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