Art

Public Trust: The Hidden Agenda

Public Trust: The Hidden Agenda

Paul Ramírez Jonas, “His Truth Is Marching On.” Courtesy of the Contemporary…

Houston’s Arts Reach: The Overall Conversation

Houston’s Arts Reach: The Overall Conversation

Debtfair at Art League Houston. Photo: Art League Houston   On any…

One Night Only: “I Tried Really Hard”

One Night Only: “I Tried Really Hard”

The evening of April 21, Near Northside Studios will host an impressive group…

What Are Your Super Powers and How Did You Get Them?: An Interview with Jon Read

What Are Your Super Powers and How Did You Get Them?: An Interview with Jon Read

Artwork by Jon Read. Courtesy of the artist.   Houston artist Jon…

Visual Vernacular: Mitch Cohen

Visual Vernacular: Mitch Cohen

A native Houstonian and a 23 year resident of the Houston Heights, artist and organizer Mitch Cohen holds the magical talents uniting those who create to help make lasting events. Someone who has been diligent in his own work, mastering a multitude of creative forms, …

Between Land and Sea: The Hidden Agenda

Between Land and Sea: The Hidden Agenda

This week brings in a number of unique arts events, including a new exhibition at The Menil Collection and the first installment of an experimental performance-based music series at The Station Museum of Contemporary Art.…

Visual Vernacular: Howard Sherman

Visual Vernacular: Howard Sherman

Howard Sherman, “Speed at the Expense of Depth,” 2016 (detail)   Creating…

CounterCurrent Returns With Groundbreaking Arts Programming

CounterCurrent Returns With Groundbreaking Arts Programming

Ten Tiny Dances. Photo: Dabfoto Creative   With audio and visual installations,…

The Space Between: The Hidden Agenda

The Space Between: The Hidden Agenda

Prince Varughese Thomas, “Pyonyang, North Korea: December 17, 2011” (detail)   This…

One Stone and The Rain: The Hidden Agenda

One Stone and The Rain: The Hidden Agenda

Hellen Ascoli, “Encuentro” (detail)   This week presents an array of events, including a…

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