Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we talk about how the arts and culture scene has changed here in the past decade.
Posted on · The idea was not to forget the victims' faces, says the project's creator, which is why they are depicted in large murals. Artists from throughout Texas volunteered their time and talent.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: How Houston energy companies and environmental organizations are cutting our carbon emissions, the week in politics, assessing our progress toward racial equality, and lessons from the pandemic for the local arts scene.
Posted on · We hear conversations about the latest Covid news, and the pandemic's impact on sports and the arts economy.
Posted on · Local organizations are trying to raise money for those mostly overlooked by the government.
Posted on · Attorney Kathryn Karam explains the unique hurdles performers, artists, and athletes have to clear to come perform in the United States.
Posted on · Get the most out of this year’s Black History Month with film, plays, panels and much more in the Houston area.
Posted on · Students can visit these cultural places in Houston for an affordable price -- or even free of charge.
Posted on · A series of installations by artist Nari Ward offers visitors a unique perspective on common items, from shoelaces to strollers.
Posted on · John Abodeely discusses how Houston Arts Alliance is promoting the city and helping cultural organizations be better prepared for natural disasters.
Posted on · The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra will host two concerts this weekend acknowledging the contributions and accomplishments of women in the arts.
Posted on · Less than 1 percent of Houston's foundation, state and federal arts funds went to Latino groups from 2010 to 2015.
Posted on · If you've been to the River Walk in San Antonio, you've seen — or even ridden — the barges that take tourists down the river. Well, last year, a Houston architecture and design company won a competition to design new boats, replacing the aging fleet. Metalab Studio has created a new design for the river […]
Posted on · The Watercolor Art Society – Houston (WASH) promotes watercolor art through exhibits, painting classes and just general artistic enrichment. Houstonian Jan McNeill talks about her ten years of involvement with WASH and her love of watercolor painting.
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