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  • Let's Roam: Houston Museum District Scavenger Hunt

    Hermann Park
    5951 Fannin Street
    Houston, TX 77030
    Let's Roam: Houston Museum District Scavenger Hunt

    The largest city in Texas can feel like one great big museum. On this fun-filled Houston scavenger hunt, explore the Museum District and all its surrounding green spaces.Who is the city's heroic namesake? How many columns does it take to make a colonnade? Find out on this scavenger hunt of Houston!What You'll See: Museum District, Hermann Park, Clayton Library

  • Houston Beyond Convention: The Photography of Ben DeSoto, 1980-Present

    University of Houston
    4333 University Drive
    Houston, TX 77204-2000
    Houston Beyond Convention: The Photography of Ben DeSoto, 1980-Present

    Houston Beyond Convention: The Photography of Ben Desoto, 1980-present reflects on three decades of work, past and present, produced by Houstonian Ben Tecumseh DeSoto. DeSoto’s career spans genres of photography and a diversity of human experiences. After discovering his love for what he has called the “scientific magic” of the photographic process, DeSoto followed his passion for photography to a career of chronicling his city. DeSoto has consistently challenged the viewer to see beyond static images of Houston, to look more deeply instead at the individual or community narrative behind the photograph.Presented thematically, the exhibit showcases DeSoto’s documentation of Houston: portraits of local visual artists and musicians from fringe music and arts scenes, fine art photography, journalism, as well as his life’s work, the Understanding Poverty Project. Through photographs, news clippings, and audiovisual materials dating predominantly from 1980 through 2016, Houston Beyond Convention: The Photography of Ben Desoto, 1980-present, tells the story of Houston and delves deeper into the varying ethos—across class and race--and forces the viewer to move beyond conventional thinking. Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • Morian Hall of Paleontology

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX 77030
    Morian Hall of Paleontology

    The Morian Hall of Paleontology is packed with prehistoric beasts, and does not have the same stagnant displays of ancient skeletons standing in a row that many visitors are accustomed to seeing. Rather, the predators and prey in the new paleontology hall are in action – chasing, eating and escaping as they struggle for life. Embark on a “prehistoric safari” that also includes the grand saga of human evolution – from tree-climbing australopithecines to courageous mammoth-hunters.

  • Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX 77030
    Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals

    From a huge blue topaz crystal weighing more than 2,000 carats to a crystallized gold cluster that is one of the most highly coveted objects in the mineral kingdom, the spectacular specimens on display here are true masterpieces – the Rembrandts and Picassos of the natural world.

    Discover more than 450 beautifully crystallized mineral specimens, including some of the world’s most rare and beautiful examples. Examine these dazzling treasures in detail from all angles through walk-around display cases illuminated by fiber-optic lighting to provide optimum viewing.

    The nearby Smith Gem Vault showcases stunning, gem-quality seashells from the world-class Guido T. Poppe Collection of Philippine Mollusks.

  • Herzstein Foucault Pendulum

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX 77030
    Herzstein Foucault Pendulum

    First exhibited in 1851 at the World’s Fair in Paris, the Foucault Pendulum (named after Jean Bernard Leon Foucault, the French physicist who invented it) is a visual demonstration of the Earth’s rotation.

    Throughout the day, the direction of the pendulum’s swing appears to change. Actually the Earth is turning under the pendulum as it swings. At Houston’s latitude (30° N.) the pendulum will precess through 180° or halfway around each day. During this time, it will knock down all of the pins.

  • Lester & Sue Smith Gem Vault

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX 77030
    Lester & Sue Smith Gem Vault

    The Lester and Sue Smith Gem Vault, the permanent exhibit hall at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, completes the story begun by the now world-renowned Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals.

    In selecting many of the objects for inclusion in the Gem Vault, the Museum’s curators used their extensive connections in the mineralogical world to acquire mineral “cutting rough” of precious gemstones freshly extracted from mines around the world. The Museum could thus have these very best natural stones cut to its exact specifications into faceted gems of exact specifications, then crafted into original works under the skilled hands of jewelry designers, including Ernesto Moreira.

  • Cabinet of Curiosities

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX 77030
    Cabinet of Curiosities

    Museums exist to inspire people to wonder and to facilitate creative thought. Given our curious natures and our innate desire to collect, it is no wonder that the grand modern museum has its humble roots firmly planted in the privately-owned collections of extraordinary objects from the past. These collections, called cabinets of curiosity, first became popular in the Renaissance and reached their pinnacle of popularity in the Victorian Era.

  • Strake Hall of Malacology

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Dr
    Houston, TX 77030
    Strake Hall of Malacology

    Malacology is the study of mollusks – invertebrate creatures with soft, unsegmented bodies, many of which house themselves in shells. This fascinating and highly diverse group of animals includes more than 100,000 species, ranging in size from snails so small that we can barely see them to giant squids more than 60 feet long.

    The Strake Hall of Malacology highlights these creatures through models, fossils, dioramas, living specimens, and hundreds of rare and spectacular shells.

  • Here, Ahora: Houston, Latinx, Queer Artists Under 30

    Art League Houston
    1953 Montrose Blvd
    Houston, TX 77006
    Here, Ahora: Houston, Latinx, Queer Artists Under 30

    This exhibition seeks to highlight the complexity and inclusiveness of Latinx identity with young, LGBTQ artists of color based in Houston, working in various mediums and practices, who show amazing potential to shape and innovate Latinx art and discourse in the years to come. Overall, Here, Ahora will highlight artists who work in photography, multimedia, sculpture, performance, fashion, etc. who identify as LGBTQ, Latinx, Black, Mexican, Salvadoran, Honduran, Afro Latinx and much more. This exhibition aims to innovate discourse regarding practices and aesthetics in a Latinx context by also featuring writing by LGBTQ authors/poets that respond to each artist that will be available to the public either online or print or through panel discussions among the writers and artists, performances and/or readings.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • In the Country of Numbers, Where the Men Have No Names

    Holocaust Museum Houston
    9220 Kirby Dr.
    Houston, TX 77054
    In the Country of Numbers, Where the Men Have No Names

    In the Country of Numbers, where the Men have no Names tells the story of 6,000 Jewish men, most from Berlin, who were imprisoned in Sachsenhausen following the November Pogrom Night known as Kristallnacht. November 9, 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of the Progrom Night in 1938 when Nazis went through the streets of Germany and set synagogues on fire, smashed the window fronts of Jewish businesses, attacked Jewish people and vandalized their apartments.Well over 1,300 Jewish women and men were killed during the riots or as a direct consequence of them. Much less attention, however, is given to the over 27,000 Jewish men throughout Germany who were arrested after the riots and taken to concentration camps. These mass arrests were intended to dramatically escalate pressure on German Jews to leave the country. The Gestapo targeted young and middle-aged Jewish men, and once in the camp, they were subjected to much harsher treatment and singled out for SS terror and abuse. Over 80 perished in Sachsenhausen, the rest were released by the spring of 1939 on condition they would leave Germany immediately.

  • DeBakey Cell Lab

    The Health Museum
    1515 Hermann Dr
    Houston, TX 77004
    DeBakey Cell Lab

    You don’t need to be a scientist to enter, but you’ll feel like one when you leave!

    Gear up with a lab coat, gloves and goggles and travel through experiment stations in both English and Spanish. This hands-on exhibit is $3 for current members, and an additional $5 per person for non-members with the purchase of general admission to The Health Museum.  Travel through seven lab stations that get you up close and personal with cellular biology.  Your Cell Lab admission ticket permits access to up to 3 of the 7 lab stations per visit. Due to the complexity of the experiments, all guests, ages 13 and under, must be accompanied by an adult. It is required that all guests  must be ages 7 and above in order to participate in The DeBakey Cell Lab.

    The DeBakey Cell Lab is a distinct, new kind of museum experience. Honorably named after the respected and accomplished medical pioneer, Dr. Michael E. DeBakey, this bilingual exhibit is designed to introduce biology-based science to the public and inspire future scientists and science-lab leaders in the medical field.

  • Minute Maid Park Tour


    501 Crawford
    Houston, TX 77002
    Minute Maid Park Tour

    Get a behind-the-scenes look at Minute Maid Park, including historic Union Station, broadcasting booth or press boxes, Astros' or visitors' dugout, luxury suites and much more. 

  • Dragons and Fairies

    Children's Museum of Houston
    1500 Binz Street
    Houston, TX 77004
    Dragons and Fairies

    Enter a magical place where aspects of modern day life in Vietnam interweave with centuries-old folktales. Created by the Children's Museum of Houston, Dragons & Fairies: Exploring Viet Nam Through Folktales provides a profusion of hands-on, interactive experiences about the culture of people in Vietnam.

    Dragons & Fairies: Exploring Viet Nam Through Folktales uses four traditional Vietnamese folktales as engaging vehicles to engage in conversations, activities and resources related to learning more about Vietnam’s people and heritage. The idea is to deepen the connection between the folktale and the enduring values and traditions they represent. These values include: the belief that most beautiful results come from simple means, respect for family and teachers, and the need to elevate the group over the individual.

  • Biophilia: A Dialogue of Nature, Art and Science

    Houston Museum of Natural Science
    5555 Hermann Park Drive
    Houston, TX 77030
    Biophilia: A Dialogue of Nature, Art and Science

    HRISTOPHER MARLEY | BIOPHILIA: A Dialogue with Art, Nature and Science is an extensive art and multimedia sensory experience that unravels human’s intimate relationship with the natural world. The special exhibition opens at the Houston Museum of Natural Science on February 8, 2019.

  • Cyberchase

    Children's Museum of Houston
    1500 Binz St
    Houston, TX 77004
    Cyberchase

    It is the classic tale of good vs. evil as the dastardly Hacker attempts to overtake Cyberspace. Yet, he’s continuously outsmarted by three curious kids and one cyberbird pal who are determined to stop him. Join forces with the CyberSquad: Matt, Inez, Jackie and Digit, in their quest to save Cyberspace as they zoom into Cyberchase – The Chase Is On!, an out-of-this-world, math adventure!

  • FlowWorks

    Children's Museum of Houston
    1500 Binz St,
    Houston, TX 77004
    FlowWorks

    Dive into the forces and properties of water through waves, vortices and rapids, exploring the fascinating concept of hydropower!

    FlowWorks is an interactive exhibit, which requires kids to “dip” their hands into it to make it work!

    An 18 feet tall Cauldron stands in the middle of it all! The more you play, the more it gets filled up with water. Once it’s full, water comes crashing down, making an unstoppable wave of fun and allowing other exhibit components to break their course!

  • KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature

    Children's Museum of Houston
    1500 Binz St
    Houston, TX 77004
    KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature

    Immaturity is NOT a four-letter word – literally and metaphorically. In fact, the Children’s Museum of Houston is out to prove that immaturity and genius go hand in hand with KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature on February 2, 2019. Based on KLUTZ® Encyclopedia of Immaturity Vol. 1 and 2, the KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature exhibit will offer you the opportunity to embrace your inner zany genius, while exploring what these behaviors can teach you about science, engineering, math, and literacy. Produced by the Children’s Museum of Houston in partnership with KLUTZ®, KLUTZ® Amazingly Immature returns to Houston for the first time in four years!

  • Chell Vassallo

    The Jung Center of Houston
    5200 Montrose Blvd.
    Houston, TX 77098
    Chell Vassallo

    Oil paintings and charcoal drawings representing mythological scenes combined with symbols of our present time.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • Matter Factory

    Children's Museum of Houston
    1500 Binz St
    Houston, TX 77004
    Matter Factory

    Step into a whimsical factory and stare straight into the future! The Children's Museum of Houston's Matter Factory offers a glimpse into the concepts of materials science, including properties of matter and potential uses for different substances and smart materials.

    With 1,350 square feet of exhibit space, explore how matter matters in our daily lives. Experiment with different properties of matter, test and sort materials based on their properties, and examine unique properties of emerging materials recently developed by scientists.

  • Cruz Ortiz

    Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art
    3465B West Alabama Street
    Houston, TX 77098
    Cruz Ortiz

    Cruz Ortiz, who lives and works in San Antonio, Texas, uses painting, print, sculpture, drawing, and public activation to address issues related to his experiences growing up in the bi-cultural landscape of South Texas.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • GUST

    Discovery Green
    1500 McKinney St
    Houston, TX 77010
    GUST

    Discovery Green presents GUST: Celebrating a Decade of Discovery, a kinetic field of color along the park’s Brown Foundation Promenade. Commissioned by the Discovery Green Conservancy’s Public Art Committee from Mexico City-based design collective Cocolab, the interactive, site-specific artwork brings to life the invisible patterns of the wind with vivid color, subtle motion and patterns of light. GUST will be on view from Nov. 16, 2018, to May 28, 2019.


    Inspired by simple celebrations of community, and by folk traditions of hand-made art, GUST aims to provide a joyful gathering place for people to come together, to feel and see the breeze, and to play. Intended to be playful and interactive, GUST also invites you to ´be the wind´ and make the pinwheels turn and spin yourself. There are four stations where you can play with the art. Each one has a single pinwheel on top of it, and if you blow it you will activate a powerful fan which will spin all the pinwheels in front of it. At night, the installation is illuminated by patterns of light, which respond in real-time to the changing direction of the breeze.

    The installation will be on view daily during park hours, and lights will be activated nightly from dusk until midnight.

  • Newton Know-How

    The Children's Museum
    1500 Binz Street
    Houston, TX 77004
    Newton Know-How

    Step into a world alive with action as you delve into force, friction, momentum, gravity and speed in the Newton Know-How! exhibit.  Whether  a rocket scientist or a dancer, we are all governed by the laws of motion. Come explore Isaac Newton's three laws of motion by testing methods to get golf ball trains through a Golf Ball Coaster, accelerating balls using gravity, building a domino pattern and watching dominoes fall in a chain reaction, generating kinetic energy as you launch balls into cups or defying gravity using angular momentum.

  • A New Moon Rises

    Space Center Houston
    1601 E NASA Pkwy
    Houston, TX 77058
    A New Moon Rises

    Did you know a decade ago NASA launched a spacecraft to map the surface of the Moon? Did you know that spacecraft is still orbiting the Moon to this day?

    The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is a robotic spacecraft equipped with a variety of instruments to help record data about the Moon’s surface.

    One of those tools is the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC). The LROC has returned terabytes of image data capturing the dramatic landscapes of the Moon. These images are contributing to a new understanding of the Moon and its geology.

    Our new exhibit, A New Moon Rises, showcases some of those breathtaking images from Apollo landing sites to majestic mountains that rise out of the darkness of the lunar poles.

    The large prints presented in this exhibit reveal a celestial neighbor that is surprisingly dynamic, full of grandeur and wonder. Discover A New Moon Rises now through April 28 at Space Center Houston in Astronaut Gallery.

  • Super Sarap

    Asia Society Texas Center
    1370 Southmore Boulevard
    Houston, TX 77004
    Super Sarap

    In this free exhibition, artists Mik GaspayJeanne F. JalandoniCharlene Tan, and O.M. France Viana tackle cultural norms and common perceptions of Filipino culinary traditions. Spanning many media—including sculpture, photography, video, neon, and found objects—the exhibition revisits ordinary kitchen objects, ingredients, and dishes common in Filipino cooking. Viewers are invited to engage with the artists’ interpretations and treatments of rice cookers, decorative forks and spoons, and balikbayan (care packages), as well as ube (purple yam), langka (jackfruit), avocado, banana, guava, tapioca, and halo-halo (an ice cream-based dessert). Though the items are mundane, they are the vehicle through which the artists elicit personal and collective memories and offer cultural connections that go beyond the Philippine diaspora (more than 1 in 10 Filipinos lives outside the Philippines).

  • Toddler Tuesdays at Discovery Green

    Discovery Green
    1500 McKinney Street
    Houston, TX 77010
    Toddler Tuesdays at Discovery Green

    Houston Public Library (HPL) teams up with Discovery Green for a morning of fun with story time, activities and crafts, Tuesdays, April 2–May 28, 2019.

  • Photography at its Limits: Marcos Lopez, Joiri Minaya, Oscar Munoz

    Houston Center for Photography
    1441 West Alabama Street
    Houston, TX 77006
    Photography at its Limits: Marcos Lopez, Joiri Minaya, Oscar Munoz

    Latin American and Latino artists have used photography to engage with modern media landscapes and critique globalized economies since the 1960s. But rarely are these artists considered leaders in discussions about the theory and scholarship of photography or included in conversations about the radical transformations of photography in the digital era. Curated by Natalia Brizuela, Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Latin American Literature & Culture at the University of California, Berkeley, and Jodi Roberts, the Robert M. and Ruth L. Halperin Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the Cantor Arts Center, this exhibition is an outgrowth of the recently-published landmark exhibition and accompanying text, The Matter of Photography in the Americas. The work selected for Houston Center for Photography’s galleries will focus on three artists: Marcos Lopez (Argentina), Joiri Minaya (Dominican Republic and USA), and Óscar Muñoz (Colombia), all who use photography as a foundation from which to question our relationships to Latin America as a region, its interconnectedness with the greater world, and the role the region has played in advancing photography’s technological evolution.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • Duelo de Espejos: Reflecting Back

    Rudolph Projects ArtScan Gallery
    1836 Richmond Avenue
    Houston, TX 77098
    Duelo de Espejos: Reflecting Back

    Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • The V Element

    Rolando Rojas Studio/Serrano Gallery
    2000 Edwards St -304
    Houston, TX 77007
    The V Element

    Four of the five artists participating in the V Element group show are well-known members of one of the most vibrant and rich artistic legacies in Mexico. Rolando Rojas, Saúl Castro, Didier Mayés and Ixrael Montes are artists and printmakers who live and work in Oaxaca. Each has his own distinct style; however, all are associated with, and inspired by a long visual arts tradition that includes such illustrious Masters as Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo, Guillermo Cabrera, Rodolfo Morales and Rodolfo Nieto. The Southern region of Mexico, where Oaxaca is located, is routinely celebrated for its unique artistic and graphic arts output, its cultural institutions and a plethora of art and printmaking studios. The work of these artists, which has been exhibited around the world, exemplifies the exquisite quality and range of contemporary art and printmaking in Mexico.The V Element group exhibit will include carefully selected paintings and prints (lithographs, engravings, serigraphs, linocuts and oleographs) and will also incorporate the work of a fifth artist, a local Houston artist, to be announced on the day of the opening reception -- as a way of building upon the ongoing artistic dialogue between Oaxaca and Houston, cities that function as major cultural centers in Mexico and the U.S.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • Nuestro Hogar / Our Home

    Jonathan Hopson Gallery
    904 Marshall St
    Houston, TX 77098
    Nuestro Hogar / Our Home

    An exhibit investigating the reclamation of home space through creation of a familiar space once lost or one that never existed outside of the artist’s ideation. The exhibit takes place in a 1914 historic home that is in itself a reclamation of home that is at once crystallized in the present and lost to the past.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • Female Power: Vibrant Energy

    George Memorial Library
    1001 Golfview Dr
    Richmond, TX 77469
    Female Power: Vibrant Energy

    This is a juried group exhibition of professional Latina artists based in the greater Houston area. The juror is Lorena Morales. The exhibition venue is at the Fort Bend County seat, the City of Richmond's George Memorial Library in their exhibition gallery. This is a collaboration with the art museum CAM Fort Bend.Part of Latino Art Now! and the Spring of Latino Art.

  • Project Row Houses Celebrates Round 49: Penumbras: Sacred Geometries Opening

    Project Row Houses
    2521 Holman
    Houston, TX 77004
    Project Row Houses Celebrates Round 49: Penumbras: Sacred Geometries Opening

    Project Row Houses (PRH) will unveil its latest Artist Round, Round 49: penumbras: sacred geometries, on Saturday, March 16. Round 49 is co-curated by PRH Curator and Programs Director Ryan N. Dennis and cultural practitioner william cordova. The Round explores the ideology of sacred geometries to form structures, landscape and allude to the body, intent and consciousness. Round 49: penumbras: sacred geometries was curated in connection with the Latino Art Now!, and the installations will bring attention to Houston’s Afro-Latino diaspora.Exhibiting artists include: Yanira Collado (Dominican Republic), Leticia Contreras (Afromexican), Aramis O’Reilly (Cuba), Charo Oquet (Dominican Republic), Onajide Shabaka (United States), Juana Valdez (Cuba). In conjunction with Round 49, MacArthur genius grant recipient Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born will utilize one of the Art Houses for their installation titled Sitting on a Man’s Head.The Latino Art Now! Conference is organized by the Inter-University Program for Latino Research (IUPLR) and the Smithsonian Latino Center. The conference, which will take place at the University of Houston from April 4-6, explores themes similar to those of Round 49. Project Row Houses’ Round 49 Art Houses will serve as one of the venues for Latino Art Now!’s Spring of Latino Art events. At 2:30 p.m., guests will have the opportunity to hear from the artists about their individual practices and the inspiration behind their installation during Artists’ Talks. To support neighborhood and economic development, PRH will also host a family-friendly market showcasing a variety of goods and services from Third Ward vendors.

  • Art Club 4 Kids

    Galveston Arts Center
    2127 Strand st.
    Galveston, TX 77550
    Art Club 4 Kids

    Perfect for home-schoolers or after school, our art club lets kids explore drawing, painting, sculpture, and more. Our instructors focus on expanding students’ experience of art beyond the school classroom and introducing sophisticated techniques, tools, and concepts.Integrated tours and discussions of GAC’s rotating art exhibitions allow students to explore contemporary art concepts and media and learn about professional artists living and working in Texas today. Suited for artists aged 9-14. Instructor: Jessica Ninci, MFA in Painting & Ceramics

  • SLTX Studio Ft. 'The Whimsy World' by Shelbi Nicole: Grand Opening

    16160 City Walk
    Sugar Land, TX 77479
    SLTX Studio Ft. 'The Whimsy World' by Shelbi Nicole: Grand Opening

    SLTX Studio, Sugar Land Town Square’s new arts and culture studio, opens to the public featuring popular art installation, ‘The Whimsy World’ by Shelbi Nicole. The new studio and exhibit will officially kick off with a grand opening party benefiting the Fort Bend Rainbow Room on Friday, March 15 from 6 to 9 p.m., then open to the public on Saturday, March 16.Grand Opening EventDate: March 15 Time: 6:00 – 9:00 PMFor ages 21+ (attendees will be carded at the door before entry). Ticket price includes cocktails courtesy of Deep Eddy and My Drink Bomb, a live DJ, swag bags for the first 150 people and light bites. Artist Shelbi Nicole will be in attendance. Tickets are limited, so be sure to grab yours before they sell out!

  • Ceramics Studio

    Galveston Arts Center
    2127 Strand st.
    Galveston, TX 77550
    Ceramics Studio

    An ongoing program with Cristal Aldrete for beginners or experts! Learn hand-building techniques in pottery, figurative sculpture, and glazing with earthenware clay. Create sculptural relief tiles, full 3-d sculpture, functional pottery and tableware, figures, and more. This course uses ancient methods that don’t require a potter’s wheel, including coil construction and slab-construction. Students will learn how to securely join corners and handles, make lids fit properly, and various kinds of surface treatments, textures and glazes.Bisque and glaze firings are scheduled at an off-site kiln regularly.

  • Deborah Bay: Light Forms

    Foto Relevance
    616 Hawthorne Street
    Houston, TX 77006
    Deborah Bay: Light Forms

    Foto Relevance presents Houston-based photographer Deborah Bay for “Light Forms,” a solo exhibition featuring Bay’s ethereal studio works of light, color, and geometric design.

  • Invention Convention

    Children's Museum of Houston
    1500 Binz St
    Houston, TX 77004
    Invention Convention

    Step into a workshop of gadgets and gizmos where kids create, concoct and construct contraptions and use their imagination to become inventors!
    Dream-up and design in a workshop filled with half-finished contraptions, bins of spare parts, project tables, schematics and various instruments from floor to ceiling.

    Experiment with LEGO® bricks, propellers, magnets, batteries, switches and buzzers through facilitated, hands-on experiments and mini-workshops.