Archive for April, 2010

Saving Galveston Arts Center

Fifty minutes south of Houston, cutting-edge contemporary art and extraordinary 19th-century architecture come together at the Galveston Arts Center. This unlikely yet exciting marriage of today%26#8217;s art with an architecturally significant, century-old building has produced some of the most important and intriguing exhibitions ever mounted in our region. Since 1990, curator Clint Willour has... | Read More

Saving Galveston Arts Center

Fifty minutes south of Houston, cutting-edge contemporary art and extraordinary 19th-century architecture come together at the Galveston Arts Center. This unlikely yet exciting marriage of today%26#8217;s art with an architecturally significant, century-old building has produced some of the most important and intriguing exhibitions ever mounted in our region. Since 1990, curator Clint Willour has... | Read More

Saving Galveston Arts Center

Fifty minutes south of Houston, cutting-edge contemporary art and extraordinary 19th-century architecture come together at the Galveston Arts Center. This unlikely yet exciting marriage of today%26#8217;s art with an architecturally significant, century-old building has produced some of the most important and intriguing exhibitions ever mounted in our region. Since 1990, curator Clint Willour has... | Read More

En Pointe in the Park

%26#8220;Diversity%26#8221; is the word that best describes Houston Ballet%26#8217;s free evening performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park Friday through Sunday, May 7 through 9. The program begins with Falling (music by Mozart, choreography by Stanton Welch), a playful classical piece originally created for the San Francisco Ballet in 2005. Next is the multilayered In the Upper... | Read More

En Pointe in the Park

%26#8220;Diversity%26#8221; is the word that best describes Houston Ballet%26#8217;s free evening performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park Friday through Sunday, May 7 through 9. The program begins with Falling (music by Mozart, choreography by Stanton Welch), a playful classical piece originally created for the San Francisco Ballet in 2005. Next is the multilayered In the Upper... | Read More

En Pointe in the Park

%26#8220;Diversity%26#8221; is the word that best describes Houston Ballet%26#8217;s free evening performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park Friday through Sunday, May 7 through 9. The program begins with Falling (music by Mozart, choreography by Stanton Welch), a playful classical piece originally created for the San Francisco Ballet in 2005. Next is the multilayered In the Upper... | Read More

Art Notes

Painter%26#8217;s Progress: It doesn%26#8217;t get any better in terms of abstract painting than when Texas mid-career maestro David Aylsworth%26#8217;s %26#8220;That Thing That Makes Vines Prefer to Cling%26#8221; opens at Holly Johnson Gallery (May 8 %26#8211; June 12). Aylsworth, a former Core Fellow at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is one of seven recipients of an Artadia Award 2010... | Read More

Art Notes

Painter%26#8217;s Progress: It doesn%26#8217;t get any better in terms of abstract painting than when Texas mid-career maestro David Aylsworth%26#8217;s %26#8220;That Thing That Makes Vines Prefer to Cling%26#8221; opens at Holly Johnson Gallery (May 8 %26#8211; June 12). Aylsworth, a former Core Fellow at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is one of seven recipients of an Artadia Award 2010... | Read More

Art Notes

Painter%26#8217;s Progress: It doesn%26#8217;t get any better in terms of abstract painting than when Texas mid-career maestro David Aylsworth%26#8217;s %26#8220;That Thing That Makes Vines Prefer to Cling%26#8221; opens at Holly Johnson Gallery (May 8 %26#8211; June 12). Aylsworth, a former Core Fellow at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, is one of seven recipients of an Artadia Award 2010... | Read More

Art Notes

New Masters: The final month of the spring season is packed with notables, both big art stars and promising up-and-comers. In the first category we cite James Surls, who returns for a show at Barbara Davis Gallery featuring an epic wall drawing (May 14 %26#8211; July 3), concurrent with his %26#8220;Magnificent Seven%26#8221; at Rice University campus (through August) ... Meanwhile,... | Read More
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