Join the Midtown community for the installation of a large-scale, temporary, public art display created by a local Houston artist to honor the cultural heritage of Houston’s Hispanic community. The installation process, which will take place on the iconic Midtown Sign in Bagby Park, is a fun event for the whole family. The installation will
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In collaboration with Make Music Houston 2022, the Midtown Cultural Arts and Entertainment District presents a free musical celebration on the summer solstice in various locations throughout the Midtown, including METRO Rail stations, The ION, the Community Artists’ Collective, Midtown Park, and Bagby Park. There will be a diverse selection of music played in public spaces,
Midtown Houston’s Mistletoe Market is an annual holiday celebration and destination market. This high-energy, NYC-style, holiday-inspired market is located in the heart of Midtown Houston at Bagby Park, an urban park space surrounded by a walkable community, hi-rise living, and vibrant nightlife. The market showcases a curated selection of vendors, artisans, and performers all inspired by the season.
The Texas Taco Music Fest is a unique celebration of fun, food, music and Latin culture to raise money for cultural programs.
As cooler temps start to roll in and holiday feasting approaches, it’s a great time to get back into the spirit of exercise. Our next Get Fit in Midtown event hosted by LaDonte Lotts is your chance to bust a move during a fun one-hour workshop on November 11 at 9 a.m. Read on
Public art enhances our community’s beauty while supporting local artists. That’s why we’ve commissioned a monumental new public art piece at Midtown Park by nationally acclaimed Houston artist Dixie Friend Gay. The 12 by 63 feet mosaic, ‘Wild Wonderland,’ will greet visitors to the park at the Main Street entrance, offering a colorful welcome
You’ll find plenty of reasons to smile as you jumpstart your holiday shopping at Midtown Houston’s Mistletoe Market. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 18 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, this free event in Bagby Park (415 Gray Street) will showcase fine arts and crafts and
In the shadows of Houston’s glass and concrete towers, the green spaces and parks of Midtown Houston offer residents and visitors a welcome break. They are places to play, have a picnic, walk your dog, or just relax. One such place is historic Elizabeth Baldwin Park, acquired by the City of Houston in 1905. This
Public art is one of the many ways our Midtown Houston community beautifies the environment while adding cultural value. The Community Artists’ Collective (The Collective) – one of Houston’s most treasured community art spaces – recently installed a large, colorful sculpture called Quilt Peace in front of the Bermac Art Building at 4101 San
Have an Open Conversation With a Local Police Officer at Upcoming Midtown Houston Coffee With a Cop Event
Coffee is a daily habit that many of us love to indulge in. It gets us energized or provides comfort when we need reassurance. It also makes for great common ground when you have the chance to chat openly with a police officer about your concerns, questions or shared interests. Join us at Midtown