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Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute, 1412 W. Main St., Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

“Where the Lines Meet”

Throughline, 3909 Main St, Houston, TX, 77002, United States

Throughline is proud to present “Where the Lines Meet”, an exhibition of new works by Jonas Criscoe and Luisa Duarte held in conjunction with Print Houston, on view Friday June 7 through Saturday, June 29. Open Friday-Saturday, 12:00pm – 6:00pm. “Where the Lines Meet” explores the nature of lines, and the space created when they […]

Level 0 – FREE Intro to Improv Class

Station Theater, 2219 Crockett St #C2, Houston, 77007, United States

Our FREE Level 0 class is a fun, no-pressure way to try improv! This weekly 30-minute class lets you get a taste of Station’s improv training program, and it’s a great way to spend a Friday night! Level 0 students will receive a $25 discount code for our nine-week Level 1 – Fundamentals of Improv […]

Monarch Chamber Players Presents “Pride Playlist”

The Montrose Center, 401 Branard Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Did you know that some of classical music’s most iconic and recognizable works like The Nutcracker, West Side Story, and Carnival of the Animals were all written by LGBTQ+ composers? Come take a journey through queer classical music history as we explore some of the highlights from notable composers including Bernstein, Tchaikovsky, Boulanger and more! […]

Film Screening: Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

In conjunction with the Menil Collection’s foyer installation: “Moon Landing, 1969” by Japanese-born Conceptual artist On Kawara (1932–2014), this 2022 animated coming of age film is set in Houston in 1969 during the events preceding the Apollo 11 Moon landing. Maturity Rating: PG-13. 1h 38m. The screening will take place on the Menil’s front lawn […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine Street Studios, Houston, TX, 77007, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH), 5216 Montrose, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege presents work by the acclaimed Chicago-based artist, featuring large-scale paintings, sculptures, and installations that highlight the seen and unseen dynamics of Freedmen’s Town in Houston’s Fourth Ward. Throughout his career, Theaster Gates has soulfully elevated our understanding of Black labor, materials, place, and community to revitalize underrecognized neighborhoods […]

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH), 5216 Montrose, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Across an installation, a video, and a series of commissioned sculptures, Erlanger continues her decade-long disruption of the “semiotics of suburbia.” In her practice, Erlanger thinks of the home as a greater ecosystem containing not only houses but […]

Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute, 1412 W. Main St., Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross Street, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine Street Studios, Houston, TX, 77007, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

IVO MORRISON | THE INTRODUCTION

Reeves Art + Design, 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Please join us for the Opening Reception on May 16, 6-9pm Exhibition on through May 17-21 Blue is the colour of dreams. Orange, red and white are the colours of summertime. In ‘The Introduction’, Ivo Morrison tells you a story about the memory of summer. But it’s not about his summers. It’s about yours. And […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine Street Studios, Houston, TX, 77007, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

“The Toy Canvas”: Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, 6815 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX, 77379, United States

It’s going to be another fantastic summer at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts! This summer, the Pearl has curated a one-of-a-kind exhibition that features toys as contemporary art. “The Toy Canvas: Artists at Play” features toys in photography, sculpture, mixed media and more. This engaging exhibition explores the theme of play, with art […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

IVO MORRISON | THE INTRODUCTION

Reeves Art + Design, 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Please join us for the Opening Reception on May 16, 6-9pm Exhibition on through May 17-21 Blue is the colour of dreams. Orange, red and white are the colours of summertime. In ‘The Introduction’, Ivo Morrison tells you a story about the memory of summer. But it’s not about his summers. It’s about yours. And […]

Brenda Biondo: Sun to Earth

Koslov Larsen, 4411 Montrose Blvd Suite C, Houston, TX, 77006, United States

Koslov Larsen is pleased to present Sun to Earth, the gallery’s third solo presentation by artist Brenda Biondo. Combining several series of Biondo’s works, Sun to Earth introduces new ways of looking at common subjects while challenging viewers’ perception of color and three-dimensional space. The works explored throughout the show focus on atmospheric phenomena and […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

reVision Tuesday Night Sessions

Houston reVision Community Center, 6856 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, TX, 77074, United States

Tuesday Night reVision Sessions is a community-focused event that aims to promote exercise, dance, and unity while shaping young minds. The night includes various activities such as educational workshops, mentorship, and interactive sessions in breakdancing, basketball, and DJing. By fostering creativity, critical thinking, and personal development among the youth and young adults, the event serves […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios, 1907 Sabine Street Studios, Houston, TX, 77007, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston, 4173 Elgin St The University of Houston, Fine Arts Building, Houston, TX, 77004, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

“The Toy Canvas”: Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, 6815 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX, 77379, United States

It’s going to be another fantastic summer at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts! This summer, the Pearl has curated a one-of-a-kind exhibition that features toys as contemporary art. “The Toy Canvas: Artists at Play” features toys in photography, sculpture, mixed media and more. This engaging exhibition explores the theme of play, with art […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

“The Toy Canvas”: Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts 6815 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX, United States

It’s going to be another fantastic summer at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts! This summer, the Pearl has curated a one-of-a-kind exhibition that features toys as contemporary art. “The Toy Canvas: Artists at Play” features toys in photography, sculpture, mixed media and more. This engaging exhibition explores the theme of play, with art […]

Brenda Biondo: Sun to Earth

Koslov Larsen 4411 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Koslov Larsen is pleased to present Sun to Earth, the gallery’s third solo presentation by artist Brenda Biondo. Combining several series of Biondo’s works, Sun to Earth introduces new ways of looking at common subjects while challenging viewers’ perception of color and three-dimensional space. The works explored throughout the show focus on atmospheric phenomena and […]

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege presents work by the acclaimed Chicago-based artist, featuring large-scale paintings, sculptures, and installations that highlight the seen and unseen dynamics of Freedmen’s Town in Houston’s Fourth Ward. Throughout his career, Theaster Gates has soulfully elevated our understanding of Black labor, materials, place, and community to revitalize underrecognized neighborhoods […]

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Across an installation, a video, and a series of commissioned sculptures, Erlanger continues her decade-long disruption of the “semiotics of suburbia.” In her practice, Erlanger thinks of the home as a greater ecosystem containing not only houses but […]

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute 1500 W Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

“Ken Luce: On Target” Opening Reception

Reeves Art + Design 2415 Taft St, Houston, TX, United States

Reeves Art + Design is excited to announce “Ken Luce: On Target.” The exhibition will be on view June 13th, 2024 through June 29th, 2024. The opening reception will take place on Thursday, June 13th, 2024, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Admission is free and open to the public. In 1984 Ken Luce made […]

Laura Rathe Fine Art Houston presents Zhuang Hong Yi’s fifth solo exhibition, East Meets West

Laura Rathe Fine Art River Oaks 4444 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX, United States

Houston, TX. Laura Rathe Fine Art (LRFA) announces a solo exhibition, East Meets West, featuring new works by renowned artist Zhuang Hong Yi. The opening reception will be held Thursday, June 13th from 6-9pm at our River Oaks District gallery (4444 Westheimer Rd). Zhuang Hong Yi is celebrated for his innovative use of rice paper, […]

Houston reVision CommUnity Night

Houston reVision Community Center 6856 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

reVision’s CommUnity Night is a weekly get together for a hot meal, music, dancing, and celebration. While primarily focused on school-aged children and youth, and young adults, reVision’s CommUnity Night is open to the public. The musical focus is on hiphop, a live DJ plays music, and children and youth can learn the fundamentals of […]

ART PERFORMANCES “3PM to Midnight”

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

Get into the action by attending “3PM to Midnight” at Sabine Street Studios, which is described as “live figure drawing theater.” Written, directed and narrated by artist Ray Dunlap, the short play is designed to engage audience members in sketching the actors, costumes, and set design as each of the three characters pause and pose […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

“The Toy Canvas”: Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts 6815 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX, United States

It’s going to be another fantastic summer at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts! This summer, the Pearl has curated a one-of-a-kind exhibition that features toys as contemporary art. “The Toy Canvas: Artists at Play” features toys in photography, sculpture, mixed media and more. This engaging exhibition explores the theme of play, with art […]

Brenda Biondo: Sun to Earth

Koslov Larsen 4411 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Koslov Larsen is pleased to present Sun to Earth, the gallery’s third solo presentation by artist Brenda Biondo. Combining several series of Biondo’s works, Sun to Earth introduces new ways of looking at common subjects while challenging viewers’ perception of color and three-dimensional space. The works explored throughout the show focus on atmospheric phenomena and […]

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege presents work by the acclaimed Chicago-based artist, featuring large-scale paintings, sculptures, and installations that highlight the seen and unseen dynamics of Freedmen’s Town in Houston’s Fourth Ward. Throughout his career, Theaster Gates has soulfully elevated our understanding of Black labor, materials, place, and community to revitalize underrecognized neighborhoods […]

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Across an installation, a video, and a series of commissioned sculptures, Erlanger continues her decade-long disruption of the “semiotics of suburbia.” In her practice, Erlanger thinks of the home as a greater ecosystem containing not only houses but […]

Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute 1500 W Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

“Where the Lines Meet”

Throughline 3909 Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Throughline is proud to present “Where the Lines Meet”, an exhibition of new works by Jonas Criscoe and Luisa Duarte held in conjunction with Print Houston, on view Friday June 7 through Saturday, June 29. Open Friday-Saturday, 12:00pm – 6:00pm. “Where the Lines Meet” explores the nature of lines, and the space created when they […]

“Where the Lines Meet”

Throughline 3909 Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Throughline is proud to present “Where the Lines Meet”, an exhibition of new works by Jonas Criscoe and Luisa Duarte held in conjunction with Print Houston, on view Friday June 7 through Saturday, June 29. Open Friday-Saturday, 12:00pm – 6:00pm. “Where the Lines Meet” explores the nature of lines, and the space created when they […]

INTERWOVEN

FLATS 2402 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

3262 West Main Interwoven is an exploration of the dynamic tapestry that is the Houston photo community, a myriad of threads intricately woven together. Community, though not a novel subject, remains an ever-evolving narrative—a collective endeavor in constant flux. Through the collaboration of FLATS Founder, Jessi Bowman, and photographer Ryan Francisco this exhibition, presented in […]

Level 0 – FREE Intro to Improv Class

Station Theater 2219 Crockett St, Houston, TX, United States

Our FREE Level 0 class is a fun, no-pressure way to try improv! This weekly 30-minute class lets you get a taste of Station’s improv training program, and it’s a great way to spend a Friday night! Level 0 students will receive a $25 discount code for our nine-week Level 1 – Fundamentals of Improv […]

Level 0 – Intro to Improv Class

Station Theater 2219 Crockett St, Houston, TX, United States

Station Theater’s weekly FREE Level 0 class is a fun, no-pressure way to try improv! This weekly 30-minute class lets you get a taste of Station’s improv training program, and it’s a great way to spend a Friday night! Students are invited to stay for the 8:00 pm show for free, pending ticket availability, and […]

Free Salsa Lesson at Latin Beats Downtown Aquarium

Downtown Aquarium 410 Bagby St, Houston, TX, United States

Every Friday, Latin Beats hosts music and free salsa lessons by the Texas Salsa Congress! Organized by the Texas Salsa Congress & Downtown Aquarium, this event promises salsa family fun that’s perfect for celebrating the summer vibes. The Texas Salsa Congress is marking its 19th season with the 2024 Season at the Downtown Aquarium! Free […]

Wells Fargo Presents Juneteenth: A Musical Journey Through Eras

Miller Outdoor Theatre 99 Hermann Park Ct, Houston, TX, United States

Juneteenth: A Musical Journey Through Eras” offers a poignant exploration of Black music’s evolution across two immersive evenings, highlighting the soulful expressions of Classic R&B, Blues, Inspirational, Hip Hop, and more. On June 14th, the journey commences with a retrospective spanning 1960 to 1980. Audiences are enveloped in the spiritual resonance of Gospel, resonating with […]

Butterfly Walks

Buffalo Bayou Partnership is fluttering into summer with a series of nature walks exploring this year’s Summer Species, butterflies! Learn about local butterfly species, life cycle, and habitat on this discovery tour of Buffalo Bayou with Nancy Greig, former director of the Cockrell Butterfly Center. An avid natural historian “jack of all trades”, she has […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Annual Juneteenth Program – Black Cowboy Theme

The Heritage Society 1100 Bagby St, Houston, TX, United States

9:30 a.m. – Juneteenth Freedmen’s Town Bike Riders ride by the Yates House for this photo opportunity tradition 9:45 a.m. – Teacake reception, red velvet coffee will be served 10:00 a.m. – Historian and Poet Dr. Don Williams reads General Order No. 3 10:05 a.m. – Martha Whiting-Goddard, great granddaughter of Reverend Jack Yates, shares […]

TECHNE GALLERY @ TXRX LABS :: WOODSHOP GROUP SHOW

The Techne Gallery @ TXRX LABS 4366 Navigation Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

From June 15 to August 18, 2024 Please join TXRX Labs in the Techne Gallery for a talented membership showcase of our woodworking community. Objects will include furniture, Maloof inspired chairs, hand turned bowls, cutting boards and decorative inlay applications through VCarve, CNC work, live edge work, wood turning and various hand finishing techniques. Come […]

“The Toy Canvas”: Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts 6815 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX, United States

It’s going to be another fantastic summer at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts! This summer, the Pearl has curated a one-of-a-kind exhibition that features toys as contemporary art. “The Toy Canvas: Artists at Play” features toys in photography, sculpture, mixed media and more. This engaging exhibition explores the theme of play, with art […]

Brenda Biondo: Sun to Earth

Koslov Larsen 4411 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Koslov Larsen is pleased to present Sun to Earth, the gallery’s third solo presentation by artist Brenda Biondo. Combining several series of Biondo’s works, Sun to Earth introduces new ways of looking at common subjects while challenging viewers’ perception of color and three-dimensional space. The works explored throughout the show focus on atmospheric phenomena and […]

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege presents work by the acclaimed Chicago-based artist, featuring large-scale paintings, sculptures, and installations that highlight the seen and unseen dynamics of Freedmen’s Town in Houston’s Fourth Ward. Throughout his career, Theaster Gates has soulfully elevated our understanding of Black labor, materials, place, and community to revitalize underrecognized neighborhoods […]

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Across an installation, a video, and a series of commissioned sculptures, Erlanger continues her decade-long disruption of the “semiotics of suburbia.” In her practice, Erlanger thinks of the home as a greater ecosystem containing not only houses but […]

Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute 1500 W Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

Unearthing: Black Porosity – Open Studio Hours

MEIVE – Gallery & Studio 1520 Center St, Houston, TX, United States

Unearthing: Black Porosities by artist-in-residence Rian Crane (he/they) will be open for public viewing in tandem with Sawyer Yards’ Second Saturdays! Unearthing: Black Porosity is an amalgamation of works exploring the ongoing lasting legacies, histories, and current relations of Black +/ Indigenous lifeways in the gulf south/ global south. Engaging writings from Black/ Caribbean scholars […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

“Where the Lines Meet”

Throughline 3909 Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Throughline is proud to present “Where the Lines Meet”, an exhibition of new works by Jonas Criscoe and Luisa Duarte held in conjunction with Print Houston, on view Friday June 7 through Saturday, June 29. Open Friday-Saturday, 12:00pm – 6:00pm. “Where the Lines Meet” explores the nature of lines, and the space created when they […]

Level 0 – FREE Intro to Improv Class

Station Theater 2219 Crockett St, Houston, TX, United States

Our FREE Level 0 class is a fun, no-pressure way to try improv! This weekly 30-minute class lets you get a taste of Station’s improv training program, and it’s a great way to spend a Friday night! Level 0 students will receive a $25 discount code for our nine-week Level 1 – Fundamentals of Improv […]

Wells Fargo Presents Juneteenth: A Musical Journey Through Eras

Miller Outdoor Theatre 99 Hermann Park Ct, Houston, TX, United States

Juneteenth: A Musical Journey Through Eras” offers a poignant exploration of Black music’s evolution across two immersive evenings, highlighting the soulful expressions of Classic R&B, Blues, Inspirational, Hip Hop, and more. On June 14th, the journey commences with a retrospective spanning 1960 to 1980. Audiences are enveloped in the spiritual resonance of Gospel, resonating with […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Resiliency at Home: A Series of Climate Smart Workshops

Kashmere Multi-Service Center 4802 Lockwood Dr, Houston, TX, United States

Empower yourself and your community this summer with Bayou Preservation Association’s Resiliency at Home Workshops! Through a series of engaging, hands-on sessions held on the third Saturday of June, July, and August, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to implement nature-based solutions that benefit both your neighborhood and Houston’s vital bayou systems. Each workshop will […]

TECHNE GALLERY @ TXRX LABS :: WOODSHOP GROUP SHOW

The Techne Gallery @ TXRX LABS 4366 Navigation Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

From June 15 to August 18, 2024 Please join TXRX Labs in the Techne Gallery for a talented membership showcase of our woodworking community. Objects will include furniture, Maloof inspired chairs, hand turned bowls, cutting boards and decorative inlay applications through VCarve, CNC work, live edge work, wood turning and various hand finishing techniques. Come […]

ART MASS

FLATS 2402 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Apart of the FLATS’ Exhibition Interwoven: 3262 W. Main Join us for an immersive and introspective afternoon as we gather together for Art Mass, a gathering for the sake of art. Inspired by the collaborative energy of collective gatherings, this event offers a unique opportunity for individuals to engage in meaningful dialogue, introspection, and creative […]

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Olivia Erlanger: If Today Were Tomorrow is the artist’s first solo museum presentation in the United States. Across an installation, a video, and a series of commissioned sculptures, Erlanger continues her decade-long disruption of the “semiotics of suburbia.” In her practice, Erlanger thinks of the home as a greater ecosystem containing not only houses but […]

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege

Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (CAMH) 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Theaster Gates: The Gift and The Renege presents work by the acclaimed Chicago-based artist, featuring large-scale paintings, sculptures, and installations that highlight the seen and unseen dynamics of Freedmen’s Town in Houston’s Fourth Ward. Throughout his career, Theaster Gates has soulfully elevated our understanding of Black labor, materials, place, and community to revitalize underrecognized neighborhoods […]

Ruth Asawa Through Line

The Menil Drawing Institute 1500 W Main St, Houston, TX, United States

Ruth Asawa Through Line is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s lifelong drawing practice. The exhibition presents drawings, collages, & sketchbooks alongside stamped prints, paperfolds, & more, showing the breadth of Asawa’s innovative practice.

Janet Sobel: All-Over

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

The Menil Collection will open “Janet Sobel: All-Over” on February 23, 2024, featuring some thirty paintings and drawings made by artist Janet Sobel (1893–1968). This exhibition, the first to focus on Sobel’s highly accomplished and influential abstract paintings, will explore the artist’s work as one of the first to pioneer a new approach to modern […]

Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions

The Menil Collection 1533 Sul Ross St, Houston, TX, United States

“Abstraction after Modernism: Recent Acquisitions” highlights work made by succeeding generations of artists who forged new paths in their approaches to non-representational art. The exhibition brings together acquisitions made by the Menil over the past fifteen years, including work by Agnes Denes, Suzan Frecon, Sam Gilliam, Ellsworth Kelly, Rick Lowe, and Richard Serra.

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

Creativity Book Club (June)

Frame Dance Studio 2426 Bartlett St, Houston, TX, United States

Looking for a community of creative souls to connect with? Join us! Each month, we explore books by creative thinkers with the goals of: 1) diving deep into the creative process, and 2) exploring how dance relates to our world It’s important to register in case we need to update readers before the meeting. All […]

Folklor y Orgullo

Wortham Theater Center – Cullen Theater 501 Texas Ave, Houston, TX, United States

AIBF is proud to present Folklor y Orgullo! Free and open to the public, this celebration of our organization’s 45th anniversary will be a beautiful showcase of traditional folkloric dances from the Mexican states of Aguascalientes Guerrero, Chiapas, Veracruz and more as well as dances from the countries of Ecuador, Colombia and Spain! Come and […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

TECHNE GALLERY @ TXRX LABS :: WOODSHOP GROUP SHOW

The Techne Gallery @ TXRX LABS 4366 Navigation Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

From June 15 to August 18, 2024 Please join TXRX Labs in the Techne Gallery for a talented membership showcase of our woodworking community. Objects will include furniture, Maloof inspired chairs, hand turned bowls, cutting boards and decorative inlay applications through VCarve, CNC work, live edge work, wood turning and various hand finishing techniques. Come […]

What Is A Ward?

Sabine Street Studios 1907 Sabine St, Houston, TX, United States

What defines a Ward, or in a more modern sense of the word, a neighborhood? Sabine Street Studios is located in Houston’s historic First Ward, meaning the first developed in Houston. As artists and creatives we all come from different backgrounds and heritages, as does our practice. But this practice has a shared sense of […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The Blaffer Art Museum is proud to present Liberties Were Taken the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of works by Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit. Known globally for cartographic artworks, Dayrit investigates notions of power and identity represented and reproduced in monuments, museums, and maps. The exhibition brings together site-specific installations, embroidered textiles, […]

“The Toy Canvas”: Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts 6815 Cypresswood Dr, Spring, TX, United States

It’s going to be another fantastic summer at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts! This summer, the Pearl has curated a one-of-a-kind exhibition that features toys as contemporary art. “The Toy Canvas: Artists at Play” features toys in photography, sculpture, mixed media and more. This engaging exhibition explores the theme of play, with art […]

Brenda Biondo: Sun to Earth

Koslov Larsen 4411 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Koslov Larsen is pleased to present Sun to Earth, the gallery’s third solo presentation by artist Brenda Biondo. Combining several series of Biondo’s works, Sun to Earth introduces new ways of looking at common subjects while challenging viewers’ perception of color and three-dimensional space. The works explored throughout the show focus on atmospheric phenomena and […]

Cian Dayrit: Liberties Were Taken

Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston 4401 University Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The phrase “counter-cartographies” describes Manila-based artist Cian Dayrit interdisciplinary practice of transforming historic maps into portraits of contemporary social conditions. Employing counter- cartography as an approach, Dayrit charts histories of imperialism, industrialization, and systems of subjugation that shape geographical boundaries and cultural narratives around the world. In Summer 2024, Blaffer will present Dayrit’s first solo […]

TECHNE GALLERY @ TXRX LABS :: WOODSHOP GROUP SHOW

The Techne Gallery @ TXRX LABS 4366 Navigation Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

From June 15 to August 18, 2024 Please join TXRX Labs in the Techne Gallery for a talented membership showcase of our woodworking community. Objects will include furniture, Maloof inspired chairs, hand turned bowls, cutting boards and decorative inlay applications through VCarve, CNC work, live edge work, wood turning and various hand finishing techniques. Come […]

HAA’s 2nd Quarterly Arts Community Meeting

Join us for HAA’s Arts Community Meeting of 2024 on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, from 2 – 3:30 pm. This meeting will focus on the City of Houston-funded arts grant programs, administered by our dedicated Grants team. This meeting will feature the Grants team where they will answer all the grant-related questions you have. Whether […]

reVision Tuesday Night Sessions

Houston reVision Community Center 6856 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Tuesday Night reVision Sessions is a community-focused event that aims to promote exercise, dance, and unity while shaping young minds. The night includes various activities such as educational workshops, mentorship, and interactive sessions in breakdancing, basketball, and DJing. By fostering creativity, critical thinking, and personal development among the youth and young adults, the event serves […]

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