Amy Bishop, Houston Public Media

Amy Bishop

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Past articles by Amy:

How Students In Houston’s Third Ward Are Getting More Space To Pursue The Arts

Workshop Houston has hit a milestone in its journey to expand. → Read More

Young Houston Musicians Set To Perform At Presidential Inauguration Events

It’s the opportunity of a lifetime for the 13 Virtuosi of Houston members. → Read More

Houston Symphony Soars With Aerialists And Acrobats This Weekend

Cirque de la Symphonie has been defying gravity in concert halls for ten years – and it was born right here in Space City. → Read More

HISD Students To Benefit From New Arts Grant

Young Audiences of Houston just received its largest NEA grant to date, helping to bring more arts to the classroom. → Read More

New Year, New Leadership For A Houston Arts Group

Opera in the Heights serves as a launchpad for emerging opera singers looking to gain experience and exposure. Now, its leaders are working on growth offstage. → Read More

Houston’s Independent Bookstores Make National Spotlight

An acclaimed American author has handpicked three booksellers to receive cash bonuses for their hard work. → Read More

Quidditch Lands On Earth In A Houston Suburb

The once-fictional game from the Harry Potter books is no longer for student wizards, but they've kept the broomsticks. → Read More

Can Houston Sustain All These New Performance Venues?

From The Heights to Sugar Land, new music halls have been opening and reopening. Now Rice University has announced plans for a new music space. → Read More

A University Of Houston Performance Venue Has A Fresh Look

There are hopes that the upgrades will bring in more cash. → Read More

Are Houston’s African American Arts Groups Getting A Smaller Piece Of The Funding Pie?

A recent forum in the museum district sought to answer that question. → Read More

A Houston Suburb Has A New Place For Concerts

Sugar Land’s Smart Financial Centre is expected to bring big acts and big business. → Read More

Symphony Strikes: How Are They Avoidable?

There’s been discord within some of the nation’s major symphonies lately. How does the Houston Symphony maintain harmony with its own musicians? → Read More

Why Selling Pianos Is A Big Business In Houston

The city’s diversity and high proportion of piano teachers are what attracted a major manufacturer to open up a shop here. → Read More

After Nearly a Year of Searching, ‘TUTS’ Has a New Leader

Theatre Under the Stars’ new Executive Director comes direct from Minnesota, but she’s really a Texas girl. → Read More

Houston Artists Use Graffiti to Grab Attention From Global Art Community

For a week in December, hundreds of street artists descend upon Miami’s Wynwood District. Several from Houston are leaving their mark, too. → Read More

How Can ‘Giving Tuesday’ Impact Houston’s Arts Groups?

Some local organizations expect to raise thousands of dollars during the day dedicated to charitable giving. → Read More

Getting to Know Houston’s New Youth Poet Laureate

Fareena Arefeen’s immigrant experience fuels her creativity. → Read More

There’s a New Place to Buy Latino Literature in Houston

The grassroots effort brings books to a traditionally underserved Houston neighborhood. → Read More

The Growing Trend Of Renaissance-Themed Weddings

Getting married in a costume may sound odd to some people, but not to many Gen-Xers and Millennials. → Read More

Menil’s Newest Building Continues to Take Shape

The Menil Drawing Institute is expected to transform the 30-acre campus in Montrose. → Read More