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2017/18 Artful Women: New Year's in Berlin

Ars Lyrica Houston presents New Year's in Berlin Sunday, December 31, in Zilkha Hall - Hobby Center For The Performing Arts. Ars Lyrica’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration — which includes an elegant dinner, musical program, and festive gala — is always our most popular event of the year. For New Year’s Eve 2017 we…


Houston Ballet's The Nutcracker

The holiday season reignites with Stanton Welch’s spectacular new production of The Nutcracker, November 24 - December 28, 2017. Enjoy all the splendor of this timeless classic, with opulence brighter than ever. Journey with Clara, Drosselmeyer, Sugar Plum Fairy, and the Nutcracker Prince as they embark on a magical adventure through a growing Christmas tree, interactive…


Urban Harvest City Hall Farmers Market (Wednesdays)

City Hall is the center of Houston's government and is also home to the City Hall Farmers Market, one Urban Harvest's family of farmers markets. The 2017 City Hall Farmers Market Fall Season runs September 13 through December 13, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., at Hermann Square in front of City Hall! The…


2017 Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival

The Center for Hearing and Speech presents the 2017 Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival Saturday and Sunday November 18 & 19 in Downtown Houston @ Hermann Square. The 12th annual Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival is one of the city’s signature art and music festivals. More than 200 local and international artists converge on the…


4th Annual Dia de Los Muertos Block Party

The Fourth Annual Dia de Los Muertos Block Party is an afternoon of live music, dance and other performances along with great food, drinks and other events focused on a healthy community and a healthy lifestyle.  Saturday, November 4, 2pm - 7pm. The Block Party is produced by the East End Collaborative in conjunction with The American Legion Harrisburg Post #472 and…


Andrés Paredes: "Eternal Spring" Opening Reception

This body of work furthers Andrés Paredes's fifteen-year long interest in the Paraná rainforest in Misiones and the depiction of its universes. He states, “I choose insects undergoing major transformations, such as butterflies, cicadas and dragonflies, and I place on them the great metaphor of the transformation every human being pursues - the wish to…

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