Houston Matters

Highlighting Recent Conversations About Houston Arts and Culture

We devote much of our time on Houston Matters each day to important public policy debates. And we talk with elected leaders and newsmakers and seek to engage you in discussions on a wide variety of important topics. But we also take time each week to highlight important arts and cultural events in the region. We often […]

Houston Public Media's Brandon Alexander, Matt Brawley, Ernie Manouse and Cameron Knott shoot and episode of Arts InSight at the site of Houston's biggest mural, by artist Sebastien "Mr. D" Boileau.We devote much of our time on Houston Matters each day to important public policy debates. And we talk with elected leaders and newsmakers and seek to engage you in discussions on a wide variety of important topics.

But we also take time each week to highlight important arts and cultural events in the region. We often talk with poets, authors, actors, musicians, painters, dancers, stand-up comedians and Houston sports legends. And we showcase concerts at the rodeo, intimate performances around Houston — and even in our own studios.

Every day, we seek to highlight the many and varied creative pursuits you can find in Houston’s arts and culture scene. So, today we share some highlights from some recent segments in hopes that you will support Houston Public Media.

(Above: Houston Public Media’s Brandon Alexander, Matt Brawley, Ernie Manouse and Cameron Knott shoot and episode of Arts InSight at the site of Houston’s biggest mural, by artist Sebastien “Mr. D” Boileau.)

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