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DACAMERA presents Beethoven for All: Piano Sonatas Part 2

Menil Collection 1515 Sul Ross, Houston, TX, United States

BEETHOVEN FOR ALL: THE PIANO SONATAS: December 4-16 DACAMERA’s popular free Beethoven for All series returns! Twenty sonatas spanning Beethoven’s lifetime – some of the most thrillingly inventive piano music ever composed, performed by leading Houston pianists. The free series continues with pianists Rodolfo Morales and Yvonne Chen. Highlights include the popular “Pastoral” sonata, No. […]


Diabelli 200 Explorer

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Diabelli 200 Explorer is the interactive website accompanying Anthony Brandt’s February 24-25 premiere of Diabelli 200, commissioned by Performing Arts Houston for their New/Now performance series. This virtual component explores the historic and neuroscience inspiration behind this new work, which was developed in collaboration with University of Houston neuroscientist Dr. Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal. In 1819, […]

Beautiful City—Empty City

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

Beautiful City—Empty City showcases the architectural photography by Leonid Furmansky shot in downtown Houston during the pandemic. Selected from a portfolio titled Oil Towers, these images depict the city we know so well as a mostly empty and evocative canvas for exploration. The isolation experienced due to COVID-19 is visible in the vacant, frozen quality of the […]

Event Series The Sabines

The Sabines

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

Curated by Houston artist Jorge "Toto" Flores, The Sabines is a rich exhibition of artworks by the Sabine Street Studio tenant artists, that explores the idea of passage and what that entails in each artist's life. As an artist, there is a key moment in the creative process when the individual is forced to change […]

Event Series Remains


Remains features photographs and mixed media works that explore the politics of land, erasure, loss, memory, and preservation through the lens of The 1867 Settlement in Texas City. Shon’s work explores spaces instilled with meaning and memory, family and community legacy, forgotten and missing information, and reimagined futures. Sourcing newspaper articles from The Daily News […]

Celea Guevara: Carving Through Identity and Self-Awareness

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

Sawyer Yards is proud to announce Carving Through Identity and Self-Awareness, a solo exhibition of linocut relief prints by Honduran-born, Houston artist Celea Guevara at the East Corridor Gallery in Sabine Street Studios. At the heart of Celea Guevara's work is an ongoing self-examination, and exploration of her culture, identity and spirituality. Her artwork shows […]


Fall Exhibitions Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

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

Huntsville artist Lee Jamison spent more than a year exploring, sketching and journaling his way through East Texas. The result is a rich record of the land and culture as viewed through the eyes of an accomplished painter. As you wander through the Main Gallery you’ll find yourself transported in a sensory expedition, feeling the […]


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

Presented by C 60 Inc. and Historic LULAC Council 60 September 15, 2023 - January 15, 2024 “President and Mrs. Kennedys remarks were a pivotal moment for Hispanic American civil rights. The Presidents words of inclusivity and equity carry on as part of our familys legacy to help build a more just and peaceful world for […]

Keli Mashburn Dispatches From the Invisible World

University of Houston Downtown - O'Kane Gallery One Main Street, Houston, TX

Keli Mashburn (Osage, American) is a photographer and video artist. Born in 1977, she grew up on a ranch, developing an appreciation and deep respect for the rural, prairie-plains landscape of her home. She studied philosophy at the University of Tulsa and the University of Oklahoma before attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in […]

‘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 […]

Cistern Illuminated

Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern 105 Sabine St, Houston, TX

Cistern Illuminated is a unique winter lighting experience in the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern. This special installation provides a new perspective on this cavernous underground space, amplifying the Cistern’s 221 columns and seemingly-infinite reflection. Whether you want to escape the holiday rush or entertain out-of-town visitors, Cistern Illuminated offers a magical underground experience for all. Get your tickets […]

Tsherin Sherpa: Spirits

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

Tsherin Sherpa Spirits tells the stories of loss, struggle, and empowerment in this thought-provoking and participatory art experience by renowned Himalayan artist Tsherin Sherpa. Born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal, Sherpa studied Tibetan Buddhist painting with his father from the age of thirteen. In his late 20s, he relocated to California, where he continued his traditional art practice […]