Posted on · It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for the 13 Virtuosi of Houston members.
Posted on · Cirque de la Symphonie has been defying gravity in concert halls for ten years – and it was born right here in Space City.
Posted on · Young Audiences of Houston just received its largest NEA grant to date, helping to bring more arts to the classroom.
Posted on · Opera in the Heights serves as a launchpad for emerging opera singers looking to gain experience and exposure. Now, its leaders are working on growth offstage.
Posted on · A recent forum in the museum district sought to answer that question.
Posted on · The Menil Drawing Institute is expected to transform the 30-acre campus in Montrose.
Posted on · Art on the Avenue raises money for affordable housing and supports local artists through its annual auction in the heart of Houston’s First Ward.
Posted on · When you want to see art in Houston, it’s often inside Loop 610. But one suburb south of Houston is working to change that.
Posted on · The hope is to create a stronger company by pooling their resources.
Posted on · News 88.7 Arts and Culture reporter Amy Bishop met up with two immigrant artists to hear their stories.
Posted on · As the city recovers from Monday's active shooter tragedy, the Houston Center for Photography is exploring gun culture through the work of six artists.
Posted on · The end of summer is like Christmas for small arts groups. That’s when the Houston Arts Alliance doles out grant money.
Posted on · The dark comedy blends humor and grief with an angst-ridden church youth group.
Posted on · Hip Hop, vampires, and a hand puppet possessed by Satan are just a few of the surprises this season.
Posted on · The White Oak Music Hall opened its outdoor space in April and is revealing its slick new interior space this weekend. But not everyone in the Near Northside neighborhood is thrilled.