The Houston theater company sees its new production as a statement in defense of women’s rights statewide and beyond.
A History of Houston’s Creative Terrain
Impractical Spaces: Houston resurrects the stories of the city’s artist-run venues since 1947.
Celebrate Robert Motherwell’s Drawings With the Dedalus Foundation and the Menil Collection
A panel discussion focuses on the making of Robert Motherwell Drawings: A Catalogue Raisonné, published by Yale University Press.
The Offhand Beauty of Houston’s Third Ward
Colby Deal’s photographs capture very little on an individual basis, but an entire world when taken in aggregate.
It’s Time to Look at Meret Oppenheim Beyond the Teacup
Thirty-seven years after the artist’s death, a new exhibition proves that Oppenheim’s furry teacup was just one of her many daring artistic statements.
Apply for the 2022 Fellowship With Project Row Houses and the University of Houston
Two artists will each receive $20,000 in funding to help them become active cultural practitioners and research community-engaged creative practices.
Shahzia Sikander’s Radical Take on Traditional Arts
Sikander’s retrospective Extraordinary Realities gathers together themes of female multiplicity, queer desire, capitalist exploitation, and decolonial aesthetics.
In San Marcos, A Homecoming for Bill Hutson
Hutson’s textured work honors and challenges his city across mediums in a long overdue exhibition.
Redefining Anthropology as a Site of Creativity
Artist Maya Stovall questions the altruistic intentions of anthropology while also attempting to redefine the discipline as a site of creativity and community empowerment.
Houston Museum to Restore Rare Hebrew Prayer Book
The Montefiore Mainz Mahzor at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is a prized 14th-century illuminated manuscript.
An Under-Recognized Geometric Abstractionist Who Took a Different Path
Houston artist HJ Bott conveys a restless, open, and experimental temperament that is in dialogue with his better-known contemporaries.
The Control Over Women’s Bodies, Expressed in Porcelain, Rope, and Hair
Jennifer Ling Datchuk’s exhibition is filled with the haunting, rhythmic sounds of gently clattering porcelain.