Posted on · PrintHouston's "Rockin' Rollin' Prints" at The Orange Show offers an insider's view of how large-scale prints are made.
Posted on · The Houston native and Pulitzer Prize-winner tells Houston Matters about his latest book, "The Upside-Down World: Meetings with the Dutch Masters."
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: From the ongoing war in Israel, to the search for a new Speaker of the House, to the Houston mayor's race, we discuss the latest developments in politics in our weekly roundup.
Posted on · Houstonian Holland Martin shares her story of facing eviction and artist Jody Wood talks about her project, Not For Sale Real Estate, which is based on — and benefits — people in such a plight.
Posted on · The longtime Houston artist used the unclaimed cremated ashes of real people to create uniquely hued pigments for many of his works.
Posted on · The artist gives Houston Matters a tour of her work at Rice's Moody Center for the Arts, which depicts a fantasy world populated by colorful characters who reflect positivity and inclusion.
Posted on · The exhibition features art from Hopps' own collection, plus rarely-seen works from the Menil Collection.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Sportscaster and UH alum Jim Nantz is calling his last Final Four on CBS this weekend. We talk with the longtime broadcaster about his Houston connections and memories of college basketball tournaments past.
Posted on · Houston Matters visits the newly opened 6,000 square foot permanent exhibit Art of the Islamic Worlds.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We learn what was said at the first in a series of public meetings about the state’s takeover of HISD.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: With a number of Texas school districts considering or choosing to implement four-day school weeks, we discuss how'd they work and the pros and cons. And a local CPA answers listener questions about preparing their federal income taxes this year.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We examine the takeaways from last night's State of the Union address and what they could mean for Houston.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: This week, the public has a chance to weigh in on potential expansion of a stretch of I-45 between Beltway 8 and Loop 336 in Conroe. We learn about some objections to those plans. And we discuss the week in politics.
Posted on · We learn how the latest subvariant of COVID-19 is affecting Houston. And we visit a barbershop to learn about the important role they play in Black culture.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Some recent numbers suggest Houston's GDP grew slower than the rest of the nation last year. Is that true -- and is it the fault of oil and gas?