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Interview: The All Access Art Show team Creates an Artistic Movement

The All Access Art Show: Winter Edition is giving Houston a heavy artistic dose of culture and grooves right before the turn of a new year.

Houston Symphony Receives Grammy Nomination for the Recording of Alban Berg’s Wozzeck

The Houston Symphony has received a nomination for the 60th Grammy Awards for the recording of Alban Berg’s Wozzeck for Best Opera Recording in the classical category.

Spec’s Charitable Foundation Announces The 21st Annual Vintage Virtuoso Gala

On Dec. 6, 2017, Spec’s Charitable Foundation in partnership with the Houston Symphony is hosting the 21st Annual Vintage Virtuoso Gala; a fundraising wine, spirits, beer tasting and seated gourmet dinner at the Royal Sonesta in Houston.

Kick Off the Holiday Season With the Houston Ballet’s Jubilee of Dance

The Houston Ballet’s annual Jubilee of Dance is always an amazing treat to get into the holiday season and this year was no different. The impact of Hurricane Harvey had the Houston Ballet out of commission for two weeks but ...

Reflections of the Americas Opens at the Frost Art Museum FlU:

The Director of The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU Jordana Pomeroy welcomed art collectors, cultural luminaries, Univision executives and FIU leadership to the opening reception on October 21 for Reflections of the Americas: New Acquisitions from the Collection ...

Artists Rolstad and Hill Selected to Create Art for New Neighborhood Police Station

The City of Houston has selected artists Koryn Rolstad and Sherry Tseng Hill to create original artworks for the new Southwest Police Station due to open by the end of this year.

Artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald to Paint Portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama for Smithsonian

The National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. has commissioned Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald to paint Barack and Michelle Obama’s portraits, respectively, the Wall Street Journal reports. Both portraits will be unveiled next year when they are added to the ...

This 900-year-old Chinese Bowl Just Sold for $38 Million

An antique Chinese bowl fetched a whopping $38 million at auction on Tuesday. The purchase of the 900-year-old bowl, which was fashioned during the Song dynasty, sets a new auction record for Chinese porcelain, auction house Sotheby's said.

Harvey Arts Recovery Workshop

Texas Cultural Emergency Response Alliance and Harvey Arts Recovery announced today details of a workshop for the recovery and stabilization of flood damaged art and collections.

Historic Third Ward Community Center Asks for Help Rebuilding After Harvey

A historic Third Ward community center damaged during Hurricane Harvey is pleading with the public for financial support to repair its building and restore a treasured work of art reports KPRC.

The Ensemble Theatre Brings Back Sizzling Romantic Comedy “Sassy Mamas”

The Ensemble Theatre brings back sizzling romantic comedy Sassy Mamas, by Houston playwright Celeste Bedford Walker and directed by Eileen J. Morris, Opening Night and Media Reception, Wednesday, September 27, 2016, 6:30 p.m.

Theatre Under The Stars ​to Hold Local Houston Auditions for ​SLEEPING BEAUTY AND HER WINTER KNIGHT

Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) is holding dance auditions for the upcoming holiday production of SLEEPING BEAUTY AND HER WINTER KNIGHT, which TUTS is bringing to Houston with Lythgoe Family Panto (LFP).

Playwright, Garrett Davis, Using the Performing Arts Theater as a Platform to Bring Awareness to Minority Health and Health Care Issues

How do you teach the mind, touch the body, reach the soul of a man, woman or child? With a reflection of themselves, not in the mirror, but on the stage. Playwright Garrett Davis’ mission to educate and advocate with ...

The Ensemble Theatre Annual Black Tie Gala: “Live It! Love It! Celebrate!”

The Ensemble Theatre celebrates the Grand Finale of its 4oth Anniversary at the 2017 Annual Black Tie Gala: Live It! Love It! Celebrate! This event is held to honor the artists, companies, organizations, and individuals whose unparalleled support enables The ...

Local Comic Book Artist Staging First Ever Texas Latino Comic Con

By day, Hector Rodriguez is an unassuming fifth grade teacher at McKinney ISD. But by night, he has a whole other identity as an up-and-coming Latino comic book artist whose creation, El Peso Hero, has become an international sensation.

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