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Monet and the Seine

Monet and the Seine

What: Monet and the Seine: Impressions of a River Where: The Museum…

BUILDING A SOCIAL MOVEMENT THROUGH ARTS ORGANIZING

BUILDING A SOCIAL MOVEMENT THROUGH ARTS ORGANIZING

What will be the catalyst to motivate the masses? Perhaps facts don’t matter. Maybe, we need a poet, a painter, an artist to tap into our emotional experience. If flash floods, drought and severe weather can’t do the trick, perhaps art can lend a hand.…

Intimate and Foreign: The African Immigrant Experience and Its Art

Intimate and Foreign: The African Immigrant Experience and Its Art

Art League Houston is presenting a panel with its exhibition, “Aujourd’hui Causons…

Supercuts by Peter Lucas

Supercuts by Peter Lucas

Art League Houston is presenting “Supercuts”, a special presentation by Peter Lucas…

No One’s Dog: A Community Art Project

No One’s Dog: A Community Art Project

DiverseWorks is building an exhibition to some of the most vulnerable Houstonians,…

Mad Decent Art Show

Mad Decent Art Show

Art gallery Mad Decent will show off artwork from a set of…

Michael Abramowitz: Unseen Sounds with Special Guest Empty Audience

Michael Abramowitz: Unseen Sounds with Special Guest Empty Audience

The description for this one is brief and cryptic, saying only that…

INTERVIEW: Eva Maria Lourdes

INTERVIEW: Eva Maria Lourdes

We talk art, personal happiness, and fear of failure with artist Eva Maria Lourdes.…

Hunter/Gatherer

Hunter/Gatherer

Houston artists explore the changing forms of the hunter-gatherer mindset in the aptly named exhibition hunter/gatherer at Alonzo Gallery.…

Art is Dead

Art is Dead

Artist Wayne Gilbert has gone to the great beyond for his unusual macabre medium: human remains.…

Graffiti Artist Paints His Mark on Houston

Graffiti Artist Paints His Mark on Houston

I sat down to talk graffiti with Gonzo247, a longtime graffiti artist.…

FPSF Preview: What to Expect

FPSF Preview: What to Expect

The fest wouldn’t happen without the support of our city and those that dwell here. So, our biggest thanks is to you, Houston.…

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