Seismique: An Out Of This World Houston Museum

by Sarah Bradley on February 17, 2021

Located in the Village of West Oaks, a colorful new art museum is connecting the Greater Houston area to a more modern activity for all ages. In visiting Seismique, I was truly impressed and inspired...

Play at Hopscotch and Leave the World Behind

by Dawn Robinette on January 21, 2021

Who couldn’t use some escapism? Sure, we kicked 2020 to the curb, yet life as we knew it pre-“The-Year-We-Shall-Not-Name” is still outside of our grasp. But there are still adventures to be had, especially if...

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Five Minutes With San Antonio’s Rafael Gonzales, Creator of Pandemic Lotería

by Gabi De la Rosa on May 7, 2020

Pandemic Lotería is perfect for your next quarantine game night. San Antonio native Rafael Gonzales was looking for a creative outlet while he was at home during quarantine with his wife and five-year-old daughter. Gonzales, a...

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Briscoe’s “Night of Artists” Showcases Art and Beauty of the West

by Bebe Brown on March 4, 2020

It should come as no surprise that one of the largest Western art auctions in the world takes place annually in Texas. After all, everything is bigger here, right? Update, Mar 17: The Briscoe Western...

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Five Minutes With Dr. Harry Robinson Jr., African American Museum President, CEO

by Lisa Davis on January 20, 2020

As the African American Museum in Dallas celebrates its 45th anniversary, the Kinsey African American Art & History Collection is making a stop in the Lone Star State.  Since its opening, the African American Museum...

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#TravelTuesday: Solo Travelers Can Artfully Linger in Taos, New Mexico

by Haven Lindsey on October 22, 2019

Solo travel is an art form that blends well in Taos, a small town with a world-renowned art history. Solo travelers agree that one of their favorite aspects of traveling alone is the ability to...

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New Briscoe Exhibits Add Extra Dimensions to Tales of the West

by Dawn Robinette on October 18, 2019

A stunning art deco/neo-classical-style building with sculpture reliefs of William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes flanking the entrance seems like an odd home for a museum that features spurs, saddles and all things American West....

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Five Minutes With Karina Gonzalez, Houston Ballet’s First Latina Principal Ballerina

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 14, 2019

Carving her own path and breaking through any boundary put in front of her is just a matter of course for Karina Gonzalez. The Venezuelan native started ballet quite by accident as a young girl...

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2019 Bayou City Art Festival Brings Artistic Diversity

by Lisa Davis on October 7, 2019

Houston’s largest art festival transforms downtown streets into artistic avenues bursting with colors and culture October 12-13. As one of the top fine art festivals in the country, the 48th annual Bayou City Art Festival...