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Would-Be Doctor and Ex-Actor Wayne Bell Follows His Artist’s Calling Down a Circuitous Path Article by Chris Becker Dec. 8, 2021 | HoustonCityBook.com
Divine Details: Exploring Museo Franz-Mayer’s Chasuble by Nina Datz, 2022-23 Bridging Disciplines Program in Museum Studies Intern, Art of the Spanish Americas Back to Blog As an art history student
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Houston’s Only Black Female Owned Gallery is Showing Diverse Art Power — Bisong Makes an Impact Bisong Art Gallery, located in Houston’s historic W
From HoustonChronicle.com: Ahead of redistricting vote, Harris County groups push map that puts marginalized communities first By Sam González Kelly, Staff writer | Oct. 28, 2021 Wayne J
Mari Sabusawa Michener: A Legacy Celebrated May 2022, by Claire Howard, Assistant Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, Blanton Museum of Art Back to Blog Many visitors are interested to discover that
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Celebrating Pride: Perspectives on Art Back to Blog Pride Month is nationally recognized in June, but did you know that in Austin, it’s officially celebrated in August? In recognition of Austin Prid
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Women’s History Month 2022: #5WomenArtists from the Blanton’s Collection March 2022, by Rachel Urbano Back to Blog In honor of Women’s History Month and to participate in the ongoing #5WomenArti
Whether you’re getting ready to create a museum display for an art exhibit or looking to sell your work, there are various hanging systems to make them stand out. You…
Cypress artist brings the beauty of real butterflies to clocks Article by Diane Cowen January 24, 2022 | Houston Chronicle | HoustonChronicle.com
Gift It Black! Black-owned ATX businesses August 5, 2021 by Justin O’Connor Back to Blog The notion of supporting locally-owned businesses operated by people of color is not a new conversation. Fo
Eight Women: The Performers in “Suzanne Bocanegra: Valley” July 9, 2021 by Kendra Thornburgh-Mueller Back to Blog Suzanne Bocanegra: Valley opened at the Blanton on June 27, 2021 and will be on
Artist Talk and Special Remarks from Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis. NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 12, 2021 Contact: Tammy Dowe – tdowe@spotonpubl
Seeing the Obvious: Vito Acconci’s “Wav(er)ing Flag” March 3, 2021 by Genevra Higginson Back to Blog Sometimes art can appear, at first glance, rather obvious. Such is the case with Vito Accon
Art Valet: It’s an eventful time in Houston’s Art scene. “Lauren Luna recently announced that she accepted positions as an art professor at Lone Star and San Jacint
Conserving Oliver Lee Jackson’s “Untitled (Sharpeville Series)” December 8, 2020 by Christian Wurst Back to Blog As you enter the first gallery of Expanding Abstraction: Pushing the Boundaries
Women’s Suffrage at 100: A Commemoration and Exploration August 18, 2020 by Genevra Higginson Back to Blog It is hard to mark exactly when and how to celebrate the 100th anniversary of women’s s
Redfin: How to Incorporate Art into Your Home “Art does not have to match the couch. If a work of art moves you, buy it. The biggest mistake I see in h
Greetings, Visitor: A Comic Series June 18, 2020 by Manami Back to Blog Meet “Riri” (short for Galerie), sharing her musings on life in and around the Blanton Museum of Art. This blog post will
The works in the DMA Collection are battling it out and shooting for nothin’ but net in the Museum’s first DMA Art Madness tournament. Vote for your favorites once a day through Sunday, March 16
Martin Delabano is a Dallas-based artist, art teacher, and active community member. Delabano received his MA from the University of New Mexico and a BA from East Texas State University. In 2010, he
Magdalena Grohman, Ph.D.Dr. Magdalena Grohman received her MA and PhD in psychology from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. Her background is in creative thinking, problem solving, an
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