Posted on · Social Studies Super Hero, Chassidy Olainu-Alade, serves as our I SEE U Tour Guide of ‘Sugar Land 95,’ a new exhibit that highlights a new form of slavery the city of Sugar Land, a popular Houston-area suburb, may not be so proud of. This episode is an encore of the April 30th, 2021 broadcast.
Posted on · University of Houston Lecturer Laura Marshall Clark offers up a preview of her fine art exhibition: CHIEFS, CLANS and KIN, opening in Oklahoma this weekend
Posted on · Social Studies Super Hero, Chassidy Olainu-Alade, serves as our I SEE U Tour Guide of 'Sugar Land 95,' a new exhibit that highlights a new form of slavery the city of Sugar Land, a popular Houston-area suburb, may not be so proud of
Posted on · It's the first Houston Livestock Show Rodeo since the pandemic, and we're broadcasting live from NRG Stadium to hear how the rodeo is back in true style and tradition!
Posted on · Houston Matters visits Close to Home: Latinx Art and Identity, an art exhibit at UHD.
Posted on · Nearly 100 years ago, on Nov. 10, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson presided over the opening of the Houston Ship Channel. According to the Port Authority, each year the 52-mile channel serves around 8,000 vessels and more than 200 million tons of cargo that move through the Port of Houston. Needless to say, the Ship Channel […]
Posted on · This week, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced a plan to improve the speed of veteran care. President Obama promised military veterans at the American Legion national convention that he would fulfill his “sacred trust” to them by overhauling a system deemed “unacceptable and troubling” by an inspector general's report highlighting a Phoenix VA […]
Posted on · Each year, Lawndale Art Center invites artists living within a hundred mile radius of Houston to submit their art work for its annual juried exhibition called “The Big Show.” Houston Public Media's Ernie Manouse asks Lawndale Executive Director Christine West why an "open call" show like this is so important to Houston and its art […]
Posted on · We learn about “The Art of Transportation” exhibit of photos that shows major infrastructure improvements in Houston over the years, such as an aerial view of the widening of the Katy Freeway. More: Art Exhibit Drives Home Houston’s Growth (Houston Chronicle)
Posted on · Trying to cover art exhibits on the radio isn't always easy. You have to rely on good writing to paint the picture for your audience to depict, well, a painting or a picture. But not this time! A new Houston exhibit called SonicWorks, open now through Mar. 1 at the DiverseWorks gallery in Midtown, features […]
Posted on · Artist and performerÂ Abby Koenig is Jewish. But living in Texas, where there are fewer Jews than her native New York, Christmas is often more in her face — but she likes it that way. In her new one-woman show and exhibit,Â The Jew Who Loves Christmas, Koenig dives into why she thinks Hannukah is […]
Posted on · China's first emperor rode with vast armies and conquered large territories surrounding the country. More than two thousand years later, the emperor's grave site was found. Along with it, an underground vault containing an entire army of clay warriors meant to guard their leader into the afterlife. A sampling of that discovery is on display at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Pat Hernandez has more on the exhibit.