Celebrate 20 years of artist studios at Lawndale Art Center and five years of the Lawndale Artist Studio Program with Tasteful Art, a special tasting event featuring local contemporary artists and chefs at the historic and beautiful Hofheinz House (3900 Milam). Lawndale is bringing culinary artists ... More >>
Three resident artists put on a strong group show.
Lawndale's annual extravaganza of Houston art is back.
This is a glimpse into the big picture behind "The Big Show"
Dessert Shoppe.Frustrated with our futile search for a good muffin in this town, we turned to the Eating Our Words community a month ago for help, and got it. Add in a little side work on our part, and we have a fruitful follow-up post for your enjoyment. We left off having given Stone Mill ... More >>
As with other restaurants, a cafeteria's quality varies, depending on management and food freshness standards, which -- as habitual readers of this column know -- often has little to do with menu pricing. The shadow of the Houston health inspector has recently fallen upon the following:The D ... 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 >>
Celebrate the dead at Lawndale Art Center
As Lawndale reaches maturity, the Houston art community waxes nostalgic.
The works in Lawndale's Studio Program exhibit depict everything from eyelashes to James Byrd
The artwork, called To Whom It May Concern, was never meant to be permanent. After all, the text piece was made of mulch and left out in the elements in the vacant lot next door to Lawndale Art Center. Artist Emily Sloan says that part of the piece was that "naturally or unnaturally, it would go awa ... More >>
An artist uses mulch and pebbles to address you, and you, and you
Ask yourself: Are things really different yet?
Have dinner for two in Kevin Currys sheltering sculpture NIMBY
That's a lot of dead people
The Lawndale Arts Center looks to stylize your vices
Click here for a slideshow of images from all four shows currently at Lawndale. Katie Pell’s “The Best That I Can Give You and Less Than Half Of What You Deserve” is currently showing at Lawndale Art Center. Assistant Night & Day Editor Dusti Rhodes called her up to ask her about the exhibit. ... More >>
Brian Piana creates an entire art installation to gain Top Friend status
The curator of "The Big Show" does the job right
Three exhibitions showcase works by prize-winning artists
Photos by Robb Walsh For some reason, roast chicken dinners often come from "taco school buses" rather than taco trucks. I like Pollos Asados La Silla, a school bus parked at the intersection of Lawndale and Highway 225. It's bright yellow with a giant chicken character and the saddle-shaped mo ... More >>
File these two exhibitions under "control"
Artists wax nostalgic over the primordial Lawndale
The new Lawndale is a great space for showing art
Lawndale Art Center toasts 25 years with some "Long Division"
Local street artists move beyond the spray can
Two juried shows stir up the Houston art scene
L.A. curator turns "The Big Show" into a breezy stroll along Santa Monica Boulevard
No Muckraker; Chopper Alert!; Isle of Man
Two new exhibitions can make the most judicial viewer question some curatorial judgments
Crocheted, stitched or etched in Sheetrock, sculpture assumes new identities in current shows
Dorothy Hood has three -- count 'em, three -- shows concurrently. And it's not enough.
Mark Lombardi finds art in the ties that bind
Macario Ramirez is reconnecting Mexican-Americans to a forgotten cultural tradition and their own pasts. It's a tradition that Anglos are embracing, too.
Paul Kittelson's giant candy proves a summer treat
At Lawndale's "Big Show," the artists get lost in the "grid"
Laura Letinsky's explicit photographs explore the ambiguity of ordinary sex