Posted on · Guest host, Dr. Melayne Price, chats with 'The Dirty South' exhibit’s curator, Valerie Cassel Oliver, as well as Houston artists Nathaniel Donnett and Mel Chin about what happens when contemporary art merges with the roots of Southern hip-hop culture.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We find out what we know -- and what we don't -- about the omicron variant of COVID-19 and the threat it poses to Houston.
Posted on · We meet three of Houston’s newest arts leaders and discuss their visions post-pandemic – including the future of live performance, equity and community impact.
Posted on · MUSIQA performs works by Michael Daugherty, Nina C. Young, Gabriel Bolaños, and others.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: An update on COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Fort Bend County, analysis of the week in politics, food writers discuss Houston's best Black-owned restaurants, and a new exhibit pays homage to DJ Screw.
Posted on · MUSIQA performs contemporary music at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
Posted on · A series of installations by artist Nari Ward offers visitors a unique perspective on common items, from shoelaces to strollers.
Posted on · The “Facing Change” program by the American Alliance of Museums will help the institutions improve their connections with the communities they serve.
Posted on · Pete Gershon discusses the contemporary art scene of the 1970s and 80s.
Posted on · Adolescence is often the time when self-expression and identity begin to take shape. A new study looks into what effect art plays in that development.