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Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs Awards Grants to Digitally Innovative Arts and Cultural Works

The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) announced today it is awarding $42,500 in grants to 17 individuals and nonprofit organizations that have imagined their work in the digital realm using streaming services, virtual reality, and digital curation to deliver ...

The Houston Symphony: “Celebrating Black Composers: Ellington, Hendrix, Price & More”

Take a musical journey through time as the Symphony pays homage to over a century of trailblazing Black artists, from classical music to ragtime, jazz, classic rock, and beyond! Rock out to Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze,” dance to Scott Joplin’s ...

Alley Theatre Announces the Cast & Creative Team of Edward Albee’s Seascape

The Tony Award®-winning Alley Theatre announces the cast and creative team of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play – Seascape, written by Tony Award Winner Edward Albee. This provocative and fantastical story featuring an encounter between two couples, one human and one ...

Solving Puzzles for Peace of Mind - The Covid Years

Join Visual Arts Alliance Saturday, October 1, at 11:00 a.m. for an in-person event, “Solving Puzzles for Peace of Mind – the Covid Years” at Poissant Gallery, 5102 Center St, Houston. Four artists, Eren Eiswirth, Brittani Kelley, Ryan Baptiste, and ...

Houston Ballet Presents Good Vibrations Starting Sept. 22

Tickets are on sale now for Houston Ballet’s Good Vibrations. The stage is set with a triple bill full of energy, elation and a long-awaited world premiere. In The Letter V, created by famously musical choreographer Mark Morris on Houston ...

Miller Outdoor Theatre Is Hosting The Houston Jazz Festival Produced By The Houston Jazz Collective

Tickets will be available starting September 16th at 10:00 AM at Miller Outdoor Theatre! For assistance with handicap accessible seating, please call the box office in advance.

Gordon Parks: Stokely Carmichael and Black Power Opens in October at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Organized with the Gordon Parks Foundation, the show presents dozens more photographs from Parks’ series that have never before been published or exhibited.

Get Psyched UP in "Seeing Is Not Believing

Established in 1900, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is among the 10 largest art museums in the United States, with an encyclopedic collection of nearly 70,000 works dating from antiquity to the present. The Museum’s Susan and Fayez S. ...

City of Houston Establishes First Houston Music Advisory Board

The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs recognized the need to establish an advisory board to impact and influence the City’s work. The ordinance will permanently establish the HMAB made up of nine (9) action-oriented members to continue this work.

Compassionate Houston's Houston's Culture of Compassion Annual Luncheon Is Weeks Away

Compassionate Houston's Houston's Culture of Compassionate annual luncheon is less than three weeks away! Learn more and get your tickets here.

Poder Hispano Hispanic Heritage Month Event at Houston Botanic Garden

The Houston Botanic Garden will host the first annual Poder Hispano Hispanic Heritage Month event celebrating Houston’s diverse and growing Latino community.

'True Believers' Opens October 6 at theMcNay

True Believers: Benny Andrews & Deborah Roberts offers a historic and contemporary view of the Black experience in America through the work of two artists from different generations. This exhibition explores the deep connections between the work of Andrews and ...

2022 Texas Artist of the Year & Lifetime Achievement Award in the Visual Arts

Art League Houston is proud to present, Bitter Waters Sweet, an exhibition of new work by Fort Worth artist Letitia Huckaby, the 2022 Texas Artist of the Year. In her exhibition, Letitia Huckaby explores the legacy of Africatown, the historic ...

Performing Arts Houston Announces New/Now Commissioning Project Winners

Advancing a project spotlighting and supporting working Houston artists, Performing Arts Houston announces the winners of the second annual New/Now: The Houston Artist Commissioning Project. The four winners, reflecting the diversity of arts in our city, represent a wide range ...

“Every Body” opens September 10 at The Collective Shani Crowe elevates braiding to aesthetic art form

Shani Crowe, an interdisciplinary artist from Chicago’s South Side, celebrates the diversity of women’s bodies and interconnectedness in “Every Body,” the exhibition opening Saturday, September10, at the Community Artists’ Collective, 4101 San Jacinto St., Suite 116.

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