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2012 Houston Press Halloween Guide
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The Houston Press Guide to Halloween
Lawndale's annual extravaganza of Houston art is back.
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Logan Sebastian Beck sets out to find remnants of Mark Twains America
Shawn Smith comments on technology bit by bit
Among the annual must-see shows is Lawndale Art Center's "Retablo Exhibition." The show is winding down, with Saturday as its last day, so if you haven't seen it yet, get to it.Dozens of Texas artists re-interpreted the Mexican tradition of retablos or devotional paintings for the show. The arti ... More >>
Nicole TempleThe 22nd annual celebration of the important "Day of the Dead" holiday at Lawndale Art Center is an open, non-juried exhibition of art by area artists and students. In addition to the exhibition, Lawndale also offers workshops and classes and will have a grand fiesta on November ... More >>
An artist uses mulch and pebbles to address you, and you, and you
2008 Halloween Guide
2008 Halloween Guide
Judith Cottrell and Alex Lopez explore the purpose of a gallery
Midtown has an art double-header
Finesilver hosts three gallery-specific installations
Oriental Rug by April Hernandez Click the button below to listen to a podcast with April Hernandez, winner of "The Big Show 2007" at Lawndale Art Center. Hernandez beat out 457 other artists for the top honor. -- Olivia Flores Alvarez
The curator of "The Big Show" does the job right
Lawndale Art Center toasts 25 years with some "Long Division"
A picture of our opinions on local exhibitions
UniverSoul Circus puts the funk under the big top
Brad Tucker retains a quirky, casual approach as he tinkers with his art
Lawndale presents a trio of weird, wacky and wonderful exhibits
Too many players in "The Big Show" need to go back to the farm team
Lawndale fashions an exhibition of work by artists about their pets
Two new exhibitions can make the most judicial viewer question some curatorial judgments