Posted on · A months-long initiative involving Rice University, Archeology Now and the Arab-American Educational Foundation, among others, aims to shed light on an ancient and dwindling civilization in the marshes of Iraq.
Posted on · On today's program, we conclude our 2nd annual "State of Houston" series – exploring the state of Greater Houston's economy, transportation, health, education, environment, politics and culture. Today, we look at what's happening here in arts and culture, with News 88.7’s arts and culture reporter Amy Bishop.
Posted on · The Houston Cinema Arts Festival kicks off today. Itâll feature over 50 narrative and documentary films about artists in the visual, performing and literary arts. One of those films is Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People. Writer and director Thomas Allen Harris says itâs the first documentary to explore […]
Posted on · We continue Houston Matters' annual guide for newcomers by discussing everything new Houstonians need to know about health and science and arts & culture in Greater Houston, with News 88.7's health and science reporter Carrie Feibel, and Houston Public Media's St. John Flynn.
Posted on · Last week, Houston Public Media announced the formation of an arts and culture team, while at the same time making public the elimination of eight full time positions, including four on-air hosts on Classical 91.7, KUHA. Houston Matters host Craig Cohen talks with Houston Public Media Executive Director and General Manager Lisa Shumate about the […]