Into the Midst of Things: The Hidden Agenda

Into the Midst of Things: The Hidden Agenda

Wura-Natasha Ogunji, “Will I still carry water when I am a dead…

The Nature of Technology: The Hidden Agenda

The Nature of Technology: The Hidden Agenda

Judy Labib, from “Collaborations XIV: The Nature of Technology” at the Houston…

Your Presence Is Required: The Hidden Agenda

Your Presence Is Required: The Hidden Agenda

Taka Nonaka-Hill, “Untitled (Kyoto, 12-27),” 2013 (detail)   This week presents site-specific…

Rediscoveries and Exchanges of Mexico City

Rediscoveries and Exchanges of Mexico City

It was an early morning last Winter and I was headed to…

The Hidden Agenda: Between the Lines

The Hidden Agenda: Between the Lines

Antonio Lizárraga, “Número trinta e cinco,” 2005 (detail)   This week certainly…

Shelia Pepe and Sondra Perry at DiverseWorks

Shelia Pepe and Sondra Perry at DiverseWorks

In a time that the discussion around race and LGBTQ identity is…

The Sound of SonicWorks

The Sound of SonicWorks

DiverseWorks went on to become the hub for the 1986 New Music America Festival, which featured some of the country’s most avant-garde musicians, composers and artists.…

DiverseWorks: Slinging Ink

DiverseWorks: Slinging Ink

DiverseWorks ArtSpace recently resurrected Slinging Ink, and has sent out an invitation…

Welcome to the United States of Tamarie

Welcome to the United States of Tamarie

By Alex Wukman Summer in Houston means a few things: shorts, mosquitoes…

Catastrophic Theatre’s “Crave” will destroy you

Catastrophic Theatre’s “Crave” will destroy you

By Alex Wukman There are plays that are entertaining for both the…

Diverseworks brings ‘Cat Lady’ Kristina Wong to Houston

  By Alex Wukman  There’s an image in Kristina Wong’s photo stream,…