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A Guide to Comicpalooza

Another revolution around the sun and we’re back again for Comicpalooza! Houston’s biggest multi-genre and pop culture festival return to the George R. Brown Convention Center July 15-17 for a weekend of anime, comics, gaming, literature, cosplay, celebrity panels, and much more. Now let us help you survive this eventful weekend through hydration, rest, and nourishment as we compiled a list of things for you to do in H-Town! Photo by Dandee Danao Sleep Perhaps we should begin at places where…

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Featured Artists for AAPI Heritage Month

Beyond the Peaceful Sea is where their journeys begin. Three artists from different paths, contrasting cultures, and distinctive disciplines, but the stars have transported them together to Space City. Read the colorful perspectives of their creative worlds. Photo by Pratik Naik R’Bonney Nola Instagram: @rbonneynola R'Bonney Nola is an eco-conscious fashion designer and textile artist from Houston, TX. Having studied Fashion Design and Fibers at UNT, she merges the art of textiles and apparel…

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Must See Asian Pacific American Heritage Sites

It’s no secret that Houston is known for its diverse culture, spanning from its distinct cuisine, artistic community, and vibrant economy. Houston is also home to one of the largest Asian communities in the country. With a blend of many backgrounds, it’s only natural for unique cultural sites to pop up. Spread out to different pockets of the city, here are four of the top sites of Asian Pacific culture to visit. Asia Society Texas Center Address: 370 Southmore Blvd. Houston, TX 77004 Situated in…

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​​Hispanic Heritage Month Artists Q&A

Hispanic Heritage Month was created as a celebration to recognize the positive impact that Hispanic Americans have left on our country. This rings true when it comes to Houstonians, where they are entrenched in one of the closest cities to our southern neighbors. The roots of these artists run deeper than the river that divides the land. Their dreams become realities and their cultures transcribed into their work. The styles are different, but the messages are still identical. Now it is time to…

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​​Underground Art Round-Up

Saddle up and strap down your hunting boots because we are about to round up the top underground art destinations in Houston that most people don’t even know exist. Yes, H-Town is big and vast so you kind of have to be in the know to hunt down these locations. Don’t stress, we are here to share the treasures of our local artists and you’ll be glad you stuck around. Without further ado, here is the list of Houston’s prime art adventures and locations. Photo by Shelley Vi Seismique Have you ever…

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Q&A with Houston's Asian American Artists

Beyond the Peaceful Sea is where their journeys begin. Three artists from different paths, contrasting cultures, and distinctive disciplines, but the stars have transported them together to Space City. Read the colorful perspectives of their creative worlds. Courtesy of @kill.joy.mall on Instagram Kill Joy / Visual Artist (Philippines) Instagram Website Kill Joy's work is grounded in honoring the earth and seeking environmental and social justice. Her work is an interpretation of world…

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Q&A with Houston's Black American Artists

Lee Carrier, M.Ed. www.Nativelee.com I Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Lee Carrier is a native Texan who received a B.A. in 2006 and a MED in 2007 from the University of Houston (UH). Currently, she is pursuing a doctoral degree in Education Leadership and Policy Studies at UH. Carrier taught art education to high school students for 10 years prior to transitioning into her new role as the K-12 visual art curriculum coordinator for Cypress-Fairbanks ISD in 2016. Carrier also taught a semester…

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