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Texas Arts and Crafts Fair Returns to the Hill Country After Five-Year Absence

The Texas Arts and Crafts Fair, which the legislature deemed the official arts and crafts fair of the Lone Star…

Passionate Chefs Make Boxed Sandwiches A Thing of the Past at These Fort Worth Museums

When chef Denise Shavandy walks into the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, she often wonders if she’s dreaming. Before…

Frank X. Tolbert 2 Interprets ‘Incredible Creations of Nature’ in the Texas Bird Project

The art aficionados at the opening of Frank X. Tolbert 2’s Texas Bird Project exhibition in Austin were clearly enamored with…

7 Ways to Inspire a Love of Art in Your Kids

Sometimes it’s all in the packaging: Telling my 8- and 10-year-old children we’re going to spend an entire day looking…

Find Museum-Quality Art in These 8 Texas Hotels

We’ve rounded up eight hotels across Texas where cultural enlightenment is a bonus amenity, and the hospitality extends beyond spas…

The Blanco River May Very Well Inspire You to Take Home Local Art When Visiting Wimberley

Herb Smith, one of the many artists who call Wimberley home, fell in love with the village during an encounter…

How Houston's Art Scene Bounced Back from Harvey After the Storm Collided with Its Season Openings

Harvey struck when Houston’s world-class arts scene was gearing up for a new season, devastating venues and upending plans. But…

A Visit to Marfa Brings Stylish, Otherworldly Experiences in the Tumbleweeds of West Texas

The land and the light and a sense of space unlike anywhere else.

Murals Add Color to San Marcos

Riverside town. Campus community. Historic springs. Mermaids and music. If you thought San Marcos, you thought correctly.

Laguna Gloria

You could easily get a crick in your neck from looking up at Tom Friedman’s stainless-steel sculpture Looking Up. The…

Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots

Abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) achieved fame in the late 1940s with his distinctive “drip paintings.” At the Dallas Museum…

George Catlin’s American Buffalo

On five trips to the American frontier in the 1830s, artist and writer George Catlin chronicled American Indians of the…
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