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Event Series They, Who Sound

They, Who Sound

Lawndale Art Center 4912 Main St., Houston, TX, United States

Every Monday Nameless Sound and Lawndale Art Center join forces to present an evening of experimental sound-making, improvised music, noises, the sounding of art, the performance of art, and more. Two different sets each week showcase a rich diversity of international and regional creative offerings, with an emphasis on Houston’s vibrant local scene. Opening night […]


The Voices of People. The Stories of Place. The Politics of Power.

Architecture Center Houston 315 Capitol, Suite 120, Houston, TX, United States

Architecture Center Houston is proud to announce their upcoming exhibition The Voices of People. The Stories of Place. The Politics of Power., opening Thursday, February 22, 6-8pm, and on view through April 26, 2024. Curated by Susan Rogers and José Mario López, the exhibition amplifies and centers the voices and visions of twelve Houston communities […]

Event Series Costumbres


Costumbres is an art exhibition designed to display the art of Cuban artist Alberto Carratala. His art depicts Cuban life, folklore, and history through paintings and sculptures. This event is designed to bring attention to the art of Houston's Latin-American artistic community, bringing people of different backgrounds together to share appreciation for art.

Register for UHCL Art School for Children and Young Adults Spring Art Classes!

UHCL Art School for Children and Young Adults Arbor Building 1315, 2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

The UHCL Art School for Children and Young Adults will be hosting Spring 2024 art classes for students K-12! Our classes will range in content and medium including classes with a focus on art history, pop culture, and fine art skills.


Russian Cultural Center Our Texas 2337 Bissonnet, Houston, TX, United States

The Cultural Center “Our Texas” proudly announces the opening of a poignant photo exhibit, “Resilience in Exile: The Ukrainian Refugee Experience”. This exhibit, featuring the compelling work of photographer Vladimir Frumin, offers a deep, emotional insight into the Ukrainian refugee crisis. The photos capture the stark reality of displacement and loss faced by refugees, symbolized […]


‘Rafael Domenech and Tomas Vu Heat Silhouette’

Asia Society Texas Center 1370 Southmore Blvd., Houston, TX, United States

Asia Society Texas is pleased to present Rafael Domenech and Tomas Vu Heat Silhouette, the organization’s first public art installation. This collaboration between Cuban American artist Rafael Domenech and Vietnamese American artist Tomas Vu assumes the form of a dynamic outdoor pavilion with two stages, occupying AST’s 13,000-square-foot lot at the intersection of Oakdale and Caroline Streets in the heart […]

Effective Communication (Hybrid)

How can we speak without harming others – without judging, bullying, blaming, or refusing to listen? Join us as we practice the skills of Nonviolent Communication, as developed by psychologist Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. This course combines practices of mindfulness with the principles of Nonviolent Communication and explores how adding mindfulness to the process of communicating […]

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum ‘The Blue Helmets in Action” Rotating Exhibit

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum 3816 Caroline , Houston, TX, United States

Buffalo Soldiers National Museum’s new rotating exhibition, The Blue Helmets in Action, focuses on the 93rd Infantry Division, the first African American combat division to be activated during World War II. The purpose of the exhibition is to educate visitors about this historically overlooked Army division. The exhibition follows the formation of The Blue Helmets, […]


The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection

Holocaust Museum Houston 5401 Caroline St., Houston, TX, United States

"The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection" celebrates the achievements and contributions of Black Americans from 1595 to present day. Considered one of the most comprehensive surveys of African American history and culture outside the Smithsonian Institution, the exhibition of the same name features the shared treasures amassed by Shirley and Bernard Kinsey during […]

Event Series Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

Motus Anima: Lauren E. Allen

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

Motus Anima is an art exhibit exploring emotional responses to moments and memories influenced by Lauren's experience as a neurodivergent person. Through their conception, she creates tangible objects to dissect and reflect on in an attempt to accept her unresolved identity. The artist's reception is Saturday February 17th 5 - 7pm.

Timothy McCoy: Beyond My Lens

The Jung Center of Houston 5200 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX, United States

These photographs are meditations on the constant and inevitable change in nature. The flow of water is one object of this contemplation. The flow of water and the human journey have parallels. According to Eastern philosophy, mankind’s resistance to transformation leads to suffering. Selected photographs from three bodies of Timothy's work emphasize “alternative” photographic processes: […]