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Opening This Week in Visual Art

9 years ago by Troy Schulze
Plenty going on in visual art this week: openings at the Craft Center, Koelsch Gallery, Winter Street and more. Here's our roundup of places to see fresh artwork and enjoy a free glass of wine or three. Dolls Now An exhibition of art dolls handcrafted by members of the Texas...
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The High School For The Performing And Visual Arts

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Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts

Houston's High School for the Performing and Visual Arts is in the heart of Montrose.
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High School for the Performing and Visual Arts

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Kinder High School for the Performing and Visual Arts

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The Menil Collection

The Menil Collection main building is lauded almost as much as the artwork it contains. Plans for a museum complex that would house the John and Dominique de Menil family art collection started in the late 1960s. Italian architect Renzo Piano worked with Dominique de Menil to create a museum...
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A Missed Opportunity for Visual Art at Day For Night

4 years ago by Michael Barajas
From the time he announced it, Omar Afra promised that Day For Night wouldn't just be “Free Press Winter Fest” but rather an experimental mash-up of top-notch music and stunning visual art. The FPH publisher and co-founder of the insanely successful Free Press Summer Fest insisted Day For Night wouldn't...
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Playing With Light, the Visual Art of Day For Night Wins Again

2 years ago by Cory Garcia
I go to Day for Night to see things I’ve never seen before. That’s not a diss on the music component of the festival — getting to watch Nine Inch Nails in the rain was one of my personal highlights of the year — and I certainly don’t believe I’m...
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Meyerland Performing and Visual Arts Middle School

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The 2016 Houston Press Arts Guide: Visual Arts Events

3 years ago by Houston Press
Houston is heavily populated with museums, almost everywhere you look. Here's some you should plan on strolling through in the next months.  Continuing Through September 3 Charlotte Potter, “Glass Armory” Houston Center for Contemporary Craft 713-529-4848 | crafthouston.org/exhibition/glassarmory Through September 3 Karen Rips and Paula Chung, “A View Within” Houston...

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