The boom of fashion photography happened in the 1920’s thanks to the editors of Vogue and Harpers Bazar. The editors began hiring photographers who pushed boundaries and came to make history with their photographs. Today, fashion photography has transformed into a genre of its own that goes far beyond the pages of magazines. The newest exhibit at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston – Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography explores this history with over 200 photographs from both well known and smaller yet influential photographers. Keep Reading
JoyBox Fine Flowers launched in 2017 by Houstonian, Layla Asgari, and opened the doors to their studio almost a year later. Layla, a dentist by trade, started JoyBox after realizing her dream floral arrangement didn’t exist, a statement box filled to the brim with seasonal blooms. Her unique boxes are handmade in Houston and are available in every color under the rainbow. Layla works with her team to dream up new floral designs daily, so they’re always fresh. Keep Reading
To close their season Houston Grand Opera is having three free outdoor performances of La bohème at Miller Outdoor Theater and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. La bohème, tells the dramatic and heartbreaking story of a group of young, Parisian artists during the bohemian revolution in the Latin Quarter of Paris. This beloved production features current and former artists from the HGO Studio, the company’s prestigious young artist training program. With soaring music that you may recognize and is enjoyable for all ages. Keep Reading
A.D. Players has been putting on one of a kind performances since 1967. Founder, Jeannette Clift George was a Golden Globe-nominated actress returned to her hometown of Houston to bring together her love of the theater and extensive experience to her community. A.D Players is kicking off their summer performances with The God Committee by Mark St. Germain. A show which will make you think about not just your own morals but those around you. Keep Reading
Houston Grand Opera will close out its standout 2019-2020 season with the world premiere of composer Tarik O’Regan and librettist and director John Caird’s The Phoenix. This opera is part of the Seeking the Human Spirit initiative, which reflected the theme of “transformation” for this season. Keep Reading
Houston Grand Opera is one of the largest and acclaimed opera companies in the country. The company is thrilled to be the only American finalists for Opera Company of the Year in the 2019 International Opera Awards. To date, Houston Grand Opera’s 2019-2020 season has been one for the books and much more is planned. The spring production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni opens April 20th at Wortham Theater Center and marks the debut of Danish director, Kasper Holten. Keep Reading
The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft started in 2001 with the mission to educate visitors on the history, process, and product of craft. Today they provide a space for artists, both local and national, to not only showcase their work but support one another as well as the community. Through craft camps, artists in residence, and much more, HCCC delivers a unique approach for their visitors.
The newest exhibit at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston takes a deeper look into Vincent van Gogh’s life and vast body of work. With pieces from his early sketches to final paintings that chronicle his journey to becoming the artist he was. The MFAH worked closely with the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, and the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, who together house the largest collection of his work. Keep Reading
Texas blogger, Jessica of My Curly Adventure, is taking us on a journey of how you can experience many different cultures right in Houston.
You don’t have to travel far to get an international experience! Houston is a melting pot of cultures where you can travel around the world experiencing different foods, art, and lifestyles without leaving the city! Read below for an international trip in Houston! Keep Reading
There’s a saying we have in Texas: “American by birth, Texan by the Grace of God”. This holds true for our late President. George H.W. Bush moved to Houston in 1958 while working in oil and gas and fell in love with the city. He’s said to have credited Houston for his political success, the city that embraced him as their own and allowed him to flourish. Keep Reading