In this episode of the podcast “Unwrap Your Candies Now,” Catherine Lu chats with MECA’s Resident Curator Theresa Escobedo and Program Director Liz Salinas about the traditions associated with Día de los Muertos and the organization’s free community festival in celebration of the holiday, from November 2–3.
The rich history of some of Houston’s oldest neighborhoods is the theme of a mural unveiled Friday in the Sixth Ward. The painting is part of a rebranding of the Washington Avenue Arts District, which has changed its name to Arts District Houston.New mural project debuts at Arts District Houston
Ringing in the new year is now our mission, with a year of the visual to build upon. And here in Houston we had a very successful year in art... Instead of throwing out some of my own personal favorites for this list, I decided to call upon the trusted eyes of some tour de forces in the local art scene.
Movement through five major mediums in a sunshined filled shiplap gallery space, Mujeres del Sur / Women of The South, is a group exhibition that encompasses fifteen contemporary Latina artists living and working in Southern Texas, well curated by Theresa Escobedo
Midtown celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with the #MiHistoria video series. Each week, you'll hear from people who Live.Work.Play in#midtownHOU and learn more about their culture, background and why they love Midtown!
Experience vibrant museums and galleries in a city where creativity has no limits. L to R: Houston artists Patrick Renner, GONZO247, Theresa Escobedo, JooYoung Choi, Nathaniel Donnett, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Susannah Mira
Photographs by Theresa Escobedo of the Villa Adriana at Tivoli, Italy, captured and processed on an iPhone. The Lens Capsule is Emily Peacock and Britt Ragsdale’s exhibition space in a rental truck, traveling to well-attended art openings to promote emerging Texas photographers