Tag: artsy

Very Artsy News: HamiltonTickets, Galveston and More

This week welcomes the start of the Lunar New Year, Black History Month, and a huge art market in The Heights. The Rooftop Cinema Club announces its February schedule right on time for Valentine’s Day, and Lawndale is looking for artist submissions. Here’s more art news for your week: Hobby Center Advises Hamilton Ticket Buyers  Broadway sensation Hamilton is headed to Houston’s ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: Pop-Up Art Auction, Grants and more

January is barreling to a close and there are lots of updates to start the week. The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts awarded $280,000 in grants to DiverseWorks, Menil Collection and FotoFest. This week, the Asia Society is hosting a conversation with Andrew Yang on the future of American democracy and Inprint welcomes must-know authors Honorée Fanonne Jeffers and ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: Artist Opportunities, Youth Choir and more

As COVID cases continue to surge across the nation, we’re keeping a close eye out for event cancellations and postponements. Last week, RodeoHouston announced the lineup for this year’s event and it’s jam-packed with some of the city’s finest musical talents. Is taking an art class on your resolution list? If so, the Glassell School’s Spring 2022 classes kick off later this ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: Fresh Arts, HCP and more

2022 is finally here! Beloved art and music venue AvantGarden celebrated 25 years on NYE and we’re keeping an eye out for developments on Houston’s COVID-19 surge. This is the last week to catch Kana Harada’s imaginative exhibition at the Asia Society. Don’t forget to register for the CAMH’s upcoming virtual art talk on music and slab culture and an encore ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: Airport Art, Slabs and more

We’re just days away from the new year, do you have your resolutions yet? Well, be sure to add “see more art” to your 2022 goals list. This week is a bit quiet, but we’ve rounded up a few things to look forward to. Here’s some end-of-the-year art news as we say farewell to 2021: Houston Center for Contemporary Craft Awarded an ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: Steve Treviño, A Christmas Carol, and more

Our highly-anticipated Winter issue is now on stands, featuring a slew of music and culture-related content, like our local DJ feature and Houston artist profiles. In addition to that much-needed holiday reading, here are some events to consider taking part in, including the Asia Society Texas Center's free children's film festival happening through Wednesday. No matter what you decide to get into, be sure to ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: K-pop at MFAH, Artadia and more

This week in art news brings a necessary reminder to get outside and enjoy the unconventionally warm, but welcome, Houston weather with a stroll through the Museum District. Fans of K-pop sensation BTS are making their way to the MFAH’s Calder-Picasso exhibition, and science buffs are headed to the Houston Museum of Natural Science. In between your holiday shopping and drafting your ...

Read more

Very Artsy News: MFAH’s New Theater, Murals and more

November has come and gone, but we’re right on time for a series of artful happenings this holiday season. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston welcomed 100 paintings from the 19th and 20th Centuries in Incomparable Impressionism, and the Mayor’s Office is looking for local muralists. Later this week, Houston’s largest digital and NFT art show is taking place as well as ...

Read more

Very Artsy Houston News: Station Museum and Artist Residencies

Houston's ART scene this season is stacked with action-oriented happenings. From The Houston Art Alliance's annual gala this Wednesday, October 13 to the Black Theatre Coalition and Broadway Across America joining forces in search of fellowship applications, the city is in full-on philanthropy mode.  Here’s more art news for your week.  The Station Museum of Contemporary Art Mounts Inspiring New Exhibition  In support of the Collective ...

Read more
Page 1 of 2 1 2