A free festival of performance, installation and ideas produced by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.
The Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design presents an internationally known exhibit, "Export: Spanish Architecture Abroad." Organizing the contents in six possible ways to practice architecture today, and complemented by the intervention of external agents, this exhibition offers a richer and original view of Spanish architecture abroad.
Diversity Institute is a one-day diversity conference for students, faculty and staff. This years theme "Classism: The Last Socially Accepted Prejudice?" will explore the impact of classism on oppressed and discriminated-against groups, particularly, people of color.
Enjoy performances and art-making activities at the Red Block Bash, an arts celebration presented and organized by Blaffer Art Museum Student Association (BAMSA).
Connect and exchange ideas with dynamic women from across Houston.
Curated by Assistant Professor of Performance Studies Matthieu Chapman and the 2017 - 2018 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Visiting Fellow in Directing Justin Lucero, Beneath the Skin is an art installation that serves as a "living museum" that addresses how history positions white colonizers as the victors, making our American history the history of colonizing whiteness.
An Intimate evening with Trailer Park Boys, Featuring Ricky, Julian, Bubbles & Randy.
In an absurdist comedy by Tom Stoppard, two seemingly inconsequential characters from Shakespeare's "Hamlet" embark on a quest to decipher the riddle of their own existence.