Performance Plus in Odessa is an auto shop that doubles as an archive of the toys of yesteryear.
A museum in San Felipe, 40 miles west of Houston, commemorates the unique history behind Stephen F. Austin’s founding colony.
At its height, this Roanoke superfan’s treasure trove included 19,000 pieces of valuable memorabilia.
From the obscure to the historically significant, the Texas Broadcast Museum tells a uniquely twentieth-century story.
In the captivating show, on view at the McNay, San Antonio native Donald Moffett remixes the museum’s collection alongside his own work.
This April, the Blaffer Art Museum will display Francis’s portraits of Texans from Beyoncé to Ann Richards—some of which appeared in this magazine.
The Texas Heritage Museum at Hill College has grown into a nationally recognized collection specializing Civil War history.
Painter Sedrick Huckaby has converted his late grandmother's Fort Worth home into Kinfolk House, a venue designed to bring art to "regular people."
The institution has changed its mission to also acknowledge traumas experienced by other groups.
Years after the late Linda Pace first shared her vision with rockstar architect Sir David Adjaye, the art museum is set to open in October.
The state's best repositories of art, historical objects, and natural wonders.
A trove of Texas memorabilia.
A small controversy has erupted over the American Museum of Agriculture's decision to euthanize and stuff real mules for an exhibit.
My journey in early Texas art began while I was a student at Southern Methodist University, where I studied Frank Reaugh pastels and met Jerry Bywaters. After 24 years at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, curating exhibitions and traveling the state, I’ve come up with a list of greatest hits.
The associate editor on covering the arts scene in Texas.
A round-up of impressive art exhibitions.
After years of exporting prized dinosaur fossils to some of the world’s best museums, the state will be getting two huge exhibit halls, in Dallas and Houston.
Six members from Women for the Arts share which museums, collections, and venues travelers should not miss.
On the money.
A South Texan adds a chapter to the Apollo 13 story.
Charting the state’s museum-building boom.
Now that both its building and its mission have been renovated, Houston’s Contemporary Arts Museum is ready to win back the public and reestablish its eminence.
Rock, don’t run, to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, where Texas greats from T-Bone Walker to Sly Stone get their due.
Dallas and Houston have done it; Beaumont and Corpus Christi have too. So why hasn’t Austin built a respectable art museum? It comes down to three things: money, management, and mission.
Coming Soon: Groacho MarxThe Cockroach Hall of Fame Museum, Plano. Michael Bohdan, who calls himself Cockroach Dundee, runs the museum at his pest-control business, featuring such exhibits as H. Ross Peroach and Liberoche, a dead roach covered with sequins sitting at a miniature piano topped by a candelabra.If It’s Closed,
Starting in 1923, Beaumont businessman John Gavrelos carved out a realm of his own at his J&J Steak House on the Eastex Freeway. Gavrelos died in 1979, but his Eye of the World, a tiny museum appended to the side of the restaurant, still lures visitors with its enigmatic jumble
Sam Greer admired his wife’s work—so much that he decided to share it.
The Menil Collection has received so much attention that its opening this month may seem anticlimactic. The only unknown is what the director plans to do with it all.
When armadillos weighed three tons and the long horns were on dinosaurs.
It’s not Diamond Jim Brady, Bet a Million Gates, an Arab sheik, or Liberace. It’s a library.
What kind of man would establish a museum which exhibits a bottle of dust from the wings of model airplanes and 250,000 three cent stamps?