Posted on · It will be the first program of its kind in the country.
Posted on · The term, "starving artist" remains popular for a reason: It's difficult to make a living in the arts. Now, imagine having to overcome a disability to pursue your passion. A group in Texas recognizes that challenge and is helping people overcome it.
Posted on · His role as Youth Poet Laureate will include speaking engagements and leading writing workshops around the city.
Posted on · Houston has a new framework to support its creative community.
Posted on · This week, we're listening to two very different octets from the Shepherd and Moores Schools of Music.
Posted on · Houston's resident theater company is getting ready to raise the curtain on their newly-renovated house.
Posted on · Listen to the new release of "Oh No (I'll Never Fall in Love Again)" by Selena.
Posted on · Event organizers explain how "The Arts Fuel Innovation" is the basis for the Houston Arts Partners Conference.
Posted on · Learn about the fantastic tales that inspired these famous compositions.
Posted on · Announcer Chris Johnson talks about two recordings of Vivaldi's "Autumn".
Posted on · A new exhibit spotlighting amateur Texas filmmakers has resurrected footage from the University's 1953 Frontier Fiesta.
Posted on · Local arts organizations have a new funding opportunity. The Houston Arts Alliance has $50,000 for groups who develop innovative partnerships. They can be within the arts community, or not.
Posted on · The DeLuxe Theater was a popular African-American theater in the mid-20th Century, but has been vacant for over four decades. As the building's renovation nears completion, it's seen as part of a bigger project many are calling the "Lyons Avenue Renaissance."
Posted on · A Girl Scout teams up with MECA to transform an empty lot into a work of art.
Posted on · Ballerina Misty Copeland is receiving a warm welcome from Houstonians this week. Copeland -- who is the first African-American woman to be named principal dancer in the American Ballet Theatre — came to talk about her journey.