• The Center for Texas Cultural Heritage
    Rendering courtesy of Bailey Architects
  • Photo by Tyler Rudick
  • Exhibits at the Center will be geared towards a younger audience, ranging fromgrades four through seven.
    Rendering courtesy of BRC Imagination
  • Many of the displays, however, will offer an extra layer of historical detailfor curious adults.
    Rendering courtesy of BRC Imagination
  • "Birth of the Republic of Texas" — one of the many conceptual designs sumbittedby BRC Imagination Arts, the firm behind Space Center Houston.
    Rendering courtesy of BRC Imagination
  • With an additional hotel coming to the Discovery Green area, the new heritagecenter will be at the apex of the thriving tourist-friendly neighborhood.
    Graphic courtesy of The Center for Texas Cultural Heritage

  • Sarah Rothenberg
    Photo by Tina Psoinos
  • Rothenberg enlisted Shepherd School of Music composition faculty, Prix de Romeand Stoeger Award winner Pierre Jalbert to note an antiphonal fanfare thatevoked a sense of grandeur.
    Photo by © David A. Brown/dabphoto.com
  • Rothenberg is enlisting the help of Da Camera artists past and present forMendelssohn's Octet and the continuo orchestra for Bach's Keyboard Concerto No.1 in D Minor, including violinist Vera Beths. . .
    Photo by Carine Bijlsma
  • and violinist Harumi Rhodes, alongside emerging musicians currently in the DaCamera Young Artists program and alums.

  • City Dance Company
    Photo by David Brown
  • The TSU Jazz Ensemble played for guests outside of the museum.
    Photo by David Brown
  • Ballerinas with the City Dance Company performed on the grassy lawn.
    Photo by David Brown
  • Houston Council Member Ellen Cohen presented Josef Helfenstein, director of TheMenil Collection, with a city proclamation.
    Photo by David Brown

  • Founded in Los Angeles by Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston in 1998, Johnston Markleehas made a name for itself with a deep dedication to architectural history andtheory.
  • View House, Rosario, Argentina, 2009.
  • Hill House, Pacific Palisades, CA, 2004.
  • After several years of searching for an architecture firm to take on its newMenil Drawing Insitute, Menil officials announced this week that JohnstonMarklee will lead the design project.
    Courtesy photo