Archive for August, 2011

Edith Baker Art Scholarship exhibition

Michelle Reyes of El Centro, "Spaceland Fairytale"

This year’s Edith Baker Art Scholarship exhibition promises to deliver some interesting and engaging works of art from visual art students attending Dallas County Community College Districts art programs.

With the prize being a $2,500 scholarship, mentorship, internship and artist studio... | Read More

Art Notes

Wild, Weird and Wonderful: One of our pet obsessions is the concept of the Wunderkammer, or cabinet of curiosities, which dates back to the Renaissance, maybe earlier. A contemporary version %26mdash; one tinged with mystery and surrealism %26mdash; is beautifully realized at Conduit Gallery%26rsquo;s %26ldquo;Wunderkammer%26rdquo; exhibition, adroitly curated by Kentuckian Phillip M. Jones,... | Read More

Art Notes

Wild, Weird and Wonderful: One of our pet obsessions is the concept of the Wunderkammer, or cabinet of curiosities, which dates back to the Renaissance, maybe earlier. A contemporary version %26mdash; one tinged with mystery and surrealism %26mdash; is beautifully realized at Conduit Gallery%26rsquo;s %26ldquo;Wunderkammer%26rdquo; exhibition, adroitly curated by Kentuckian Phillip M. Jones,... | Read More

Art Notes

Wild, Weird and Wonderful: One of our pet obsessions is the concept of the Wunderkammer, or cabinet of curiosities, which dates back to the Renaissance, maybe earlier. A contemporary version %26mdash; one tinged with mystery and surrealism %26mdash; is beautifully realized at Conduit Gallery%26rsquo;s %26ldquo;Wunderkammer%26rdquo; exhibition, adroitly curated by Kentuckian Phillip M. Jones,... | Read More

Taking It to the Streets — What We Love Now

Taggers, graffiti-ists, stencilers and other manner of street artists %26mdash; George Hixson has his lens on you. The Houston-based man with the camera, showcased as the cover artist for Toby Kamps%26rsquo; brilliant 2009 %26ldquo;No Zoning%26rdquo; exhibition at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, is onto his latest urban series. Instead of Art Cars and portraits of our town%26rsquo;s creative... | Read More

Taking It to the Streets — What We Love Now

Taggers, graffiti-ists, stencilers and other manner of street artists %26mdash; George Hixson has his lens on you. The Houston-based man with the camera, showcased as the cover artist for Toby Kamps%26rsquo; brilliant 2009 %26ldquo;No Zoning%26rdquo; exhibition at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, is onto his latest urban series. Instead of Art Cars and portraits of our town%26rsquo;s creative... | Read More

Taking It to the Streets — What We Love Now

Taggers, graffiti-ists, stencilers and other manner of street artists %26mdash; George Hixson has his lens on you. The Houston-based man with the camera, showcased as the cover artist for Toby Kamps%26rsquo; brilliant 2009 %26ldquo;No Zoning%26rdquo; exhibition at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, is onto his latest urban series. Instead of Art Cars and portraits of our town%26rsquo;s creative... | Read More

The Music Box Theater

2623 Colquitt, 713.522.7722; themusicboxtheater.com Keys to the Door: Co-owners and founders Brad Scarborough and Rebekah Dahl.What%26rsquo;s in the Playbill: For years, Radio Music Theatre drew audiences to the edge of the Colquitt Corridor, near the corner of Kirby and Richmond. While the curtain has gone down on RMT, rising in its place is The Music Box Theater, a new concept by Brad... | Read More

The Music Box Theater

2623 Colquitt, 713.522.7722; themusicboxtheater.com Keys to the Door: Co-owners and founders Brad Scarborough and Rebekah Dahl.What%26rsquo;s in the Playbill: For years, Radio Music Theatre drew audiences to the edge of the Colquitt Corridor, near the corner of Kirby and Richmond. While the curtain has gone down on RMT, rising in its place is The Music Box Theater, a new concept by Brad... | Read More

The Music Box Theater

2623 Colquitt, 713.522.7722; themusicboxtheater.com Keys to the Door: Co-owners and founders Brad Scarborough and Rebekah Dahl.What%26rsquo;s in the Playbill: For years, Radio Music Theatre drew audiences to the edge of the Colquitt Corridor, near the corner of Kirby and Richmond. While the curtain has gone down on RMT, rising in its place is The Music Box Theater, a new concept by Brad... | Read More

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