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
A unique and rare opera gem comes to life at Houston Grand Opera from January 25th until February 8th. Composer George Bizet’s masterful work, The Pearl Fishers, transports audiences into a fantasy full of friendship, love and community.
The 4th Anual Christmas Village at Bayou Bend kicked off recently and is bringing you holiday cheer until January 5th! Each year the Museum of Fine Arts Houston fills the 14-acre estate with a light trail, carolers, a hand-crafted model train, and festive activities, including a cotton snowball toss, reindeer games, and a 90-foot faux snow sledding slope! It wouldn’t be a holiday event with a photo opp and the Christmas Village doesn’t disappoint. Take those last minute holiday photos with Santa, Rudolph, and a giant sleigh! Keep Reading
The timeless classic Around the World in 80 Days is making its way to the George Theater this month. Join A.D. Players, one of Houston’s largest resident theatre companies, and experience this wild, action-adventure comedy like you’ve never seen before. With 5 actors playing 39 characters, audiences are bound to be fascinated as they make their journey from one side of the globe to the other. Keep Reading
Summer is undoubtedly beach season, and there are few places better to go for sun, sand, and surf than Galveston Island. Yet there’s far more to see and do here this summer than you’d expect, including some truly extraordinary experiences you won’t find anywhere else. From exploring a World War II submarine or soaring above Galveston in a helicopter, these adventures serve up unique ways to spice up your stay when you need a break from the beach. Keep Reading
A holiday getaway to a tropical destination may sound unconventional, but on Galveston Island, the experience is surprisingly full of tradition. Located just 50 miles south of Houston on the Gulf of Mexico, Galveston’s mix of historic charm and modern family fun have made it a regional favorite for the Christmas season.
Enjoying the cool breezes and crashing waves of the Galveston Island shore is one of those summer pastimes that makes you forget you’re even in Texas. But these days, the beach is just the beginning of what this charming little island has to offer.
Houston has been buzzing lately over the newest (or depending on who you ask – oldest) addition to Buffalo Bayou Park—the Cistern.