Posted on Pinot’s Palette opened its first location seven years ago in Houston. The combination art studio/wine party venue is preparing to go global.
Posted on Two artists reveal untold versions of the American Dream through maps, installation and video.
Posted on Are Houston’s lowrider and graffiti scenes gaining more “street cred” as art forms?
Posted on Houston artist blurs fine art and graphic design.
Posted on Metro's new rail lines are bringing more options for getting around town. But they're also bringing something else: local art.
Posted on Founder and publisher of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He was a major collector of American art and sculpture which became the basis for the Amon Carter Museum, the largest collection of American art in Texas.
Posted on Go inside the innovative art installations and music of Houston's Day for Night festival.
Posted on Duggins' series of new works explores the natural world with humor and pathos.
Posted on Josef Helfenstein chats about his memories at the museum before departing for a new position in Switzerland.
Posted on The Houston Museum of Natural Science merges anthropology and religion in La Virgen de Guadalupe
Posted on Now in its 66th year, the parade will include high-flying balloons, colorful floats, and even something for cat people.
Posted on An upcoming festival hopes to generate appreciation of an ancient art form.
Posted on The yearly event raises about $200,000 for Houston’s Avenue CDC organization.
Posted on Residents of Alief, Gulfton and Sharpstown captured images of things that keep them from living a healthy lifestyle.
Posted on For fans of the famous abstract-expressionist, there's no better place than Houston right now.