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"In the Company of Cats and Dogs" at the Blanton

An aloof cat contemplates the purpose of art in society; dripping-wet otterhounds partake in a moment of respite from their…

Navajo Weaving: Tradition & Trade

In Orange, the Stark Museum of Art explores the history of Navajo textiles in Navajo Weaving: Tradition & Trade.

Philip John Evett: An Extraordinary Artist

The Valley House Gallery and Sculpture Garden in Dallas is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year with a commemorative exhibition.

Fort Worth Exhibits

In the Fort Worth Cultural District, fans of culture, art, and history will find plenty to keep them busy year-round.…

Texas Regionalism at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art

In 1932, a group of young Dallas artists captured national attention with their innovative interpretations of the Texas landscape and…

Exhibit showcases artwork that decorated JFK's last hotel room

Fifty years ago on this date, the President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy checked into Suite 850 of the Hotel…

Georgia O'Keeffe: Canyon and Sky

The room where artist Georgia O'Keeffe lived in Canyon south of Amarillo was so tiny it held only an iron…

Art for All

Houston suffers from no shortage of museums, but I’ve always thought of The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, as the…

On the Trail of Tom Lea

We Texans love to celebrate our heritage in creative ways, and we go so far as to designate special routes…

Art City Austin

In Austin, artists and musicians are finalizing prepwork for this weekend's Art City Austin Festival (April 13-14), which transforms the…

Sculpted Serenity

I have had some memorable museum experiences in my life: a foggy night encounter with a Rembrandt in East Berlin,…

My Lunch with Tom Lea

El Pasoans celebrate their famous native son every October with a month of art, literature, and history events.  
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