Posts Tagged: Museum of Fine Arts Houston

“LETHEM” Bring the Fiction Author to Houston at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

On Sunday, November 11th, the audience in the movie theater at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston was given the opportunity to learn more about author Jonathan Lethem through the film LETHEM by Fred Barney Taylor. “America is really the

“LETHEM” Bring the Fiction Author to Houston at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

On Sunday, November 11th, the audience in the movie theater at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston was given the opportunity to learn more about author Jonathan Lethem through the film LETHEM by Fred Barney Taylor. “America is really the

Houston Cinema Arts Festival Offers Houstonians a First Look at Some of the Most Talked About Movies of the Year

From Thursday, November 8th to Monday, November 12th Houston will have access to some of the most innovative, celebrated and talked about movies of 2018 thanks to the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. The films show across the city and most

Houston Cinema Arts Festival Offers Houstonians a First Look at Some of the Most Talked About Movies of the Year

From Thursday, November 8th to Monday, November 12th Houston will have access to some of the most innovative, celebrated and talked about movies of 2018 thanks to the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. The films show across the city and most

“Bomb City” Trailer Drops Today!

In 1997 in Amarillo, Texas (nicknamed Bomb City because it is home to a nuclear weapons assembly plant) a young man, Brian Deneke was intentionally killed during a brawl. The film Bomb City focuses on the small window of time

“Bomb City” Trailer Drops Today!

In 1997 in Amarillo, Texas (nicknamed Bomb City because it is home to a nuclear weapons assembly plant) a young man, Brian Deneke was intentionally killed during a brawl. The film Bomb City focuses on the small window of time

“Jesse Lott: Artist in Action” is a Fine Introduction to a Houston Treasure

Jesse Lott: Artist in Action deserves to be made into a full-length film. Jesse Lott is quite simply one of the most compelling and accomplished local artists and in this short film director, Cressandra Thibodeaux combines a deftly handled balance of his personal, artistic and community interactions to leave viewers

“Jesse Lott: Artist in Action” is a Fine Introduction to a Houston Treasure

Jesse Lott: Artist in Action deserves to be made into a full-length film. Jesse Lott is quite simply one of the most compelling and accomplished local artists and in this short film director, Cressandra Thibodeaux combines a deftly handled balance of his personal, artistic and community interactions to leave viewers

“Ash: The Art of Wayne Glibert” Explains Gilbert’s Methods and Technique For Painting with Human Remains

Painting with human remains opens up a world of thought, stirs up emotions, philosophies and makes one question their own existence. Wayne Gilbert did not begin painting with human remains for this reason, it was more of an accident. Wayne

“Ash: The Art of Wayne Glibert” Explains Gilbert’s Methods and Technique For Painting with Human Remains

Painting with human remains opens up a world of thought, stirs up emotions, philosophies and makes one question their own existence. Wayne Gilbert did not begin painting with human remains for this reason, it was more of an accident. Wayne

Where to Eat, Drink & Ride Bikes in Houston

From the downtown, to the Heights there are many treasures in Houston best seen by bike. Whether you bring your own or rent one of the dozens of easy to find and comfortable to use B-Cycles, don’t miss out on

Where to Eat, Drink & Ride Bikes in Houston

From the downtown, to the Heights there are many treasures in Houston best seen by bike. Whether you bring your own or rent one of the dozens of easy to find and comfortable to use B-Cycles, don’t miss out on