Posted on · A national project held this month featured plays written by teens about gun violence.
Posted on · We discuss the deal and the impact of the months-long strike, with a SAG-AFTRA Houston-Austin Local member.
Posted on · It was the second time in less than two weeks that a Jewish organization scrapped an event featuring Viet Thanh Nguyen, who was among 750 artists and writers in North America and Europe who signed an open letter that expressed criticism of Israel.
Posted on · The small town northwest of Houston passed a mural-related ordinance in February, a few months after Tilt Vision Art began painting murals on commercial buildings in Waller. The new law led to the cancellation of the company's contract with a local real estate developer and violates their constitutional rights, the lawsuit alleges.
Posted on · City council members voted Wednesday to remove the "Spirit of the Confederacy" statue, along with statues of Christopher Columbus and Dick Dowling, from the Civic Art Collection. None of the statues has been publicly displayed since 2021.
Posted on · Montgomery County Commissioners Court voted unanimously this month to prevent visitors under 18 from accessing 'explicit or questionable' books, including those with LGBTQ+ themes, at its public libraries. They also will be adding more materials with politically conservative themes.
Posted on · Our panel of guests share their thoughts on trending and recently covered topics.
Posted on · Schools from Spring Branch ISD, along with local religious schools, are among those to cancel planned visits to watch theatrical performances of the famed children's story.
Posted on · A variation of the popular Little Free Library concept, the forthcoming installation in the Heights was designed to resemble a prison cell and feature books that have been banned by public schools in Texas.
Posted on · Experts share their thoughts on this issue and if it’s more complex than most realize.
Posted on · Opponents to the newly created committee say it is unnecessary and could potentially lead to censorship and discrimination.
Posted on · Author Rick Emerson spent six years investigating the anonymous authors of the publicized diaries Go Ask Alice and Jay's Journal.
Posted on · Dimension 20's Brennan Lee Mulligan takes firsthand gameplay to create dynamic storytelling with uncertain endings for everyone involved.
Posted on · Museums are growing to adapt to visitor expectations, not just on what artifacts are displayed, but how museums obtain them.
Posted on · Lalani of Sugar Land and Salman Bhojani, elected to represent residents of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, are the first Muslims and first South Asia natives to be elected as Texas lawmakers.