The Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston is saddened by the loss of Anita Kiperman. She was a great supporter of the Institute of Hispanic Culture. Since joining the IHCH in the 1960’s, Anita Kiperman was a champion for education and students…
Culinary Pop Up Series IHCH 2021 On Thursday night, March 4, IHCH launched its annual Culinary Pop Up Series. With […]
In an emotional ceremony broadcasted live, on the night of Wednesday, January 27, 2021, the new Board of Directors of […]
We review and give thanks to all those who have supported the IHCH during this unique year 2020. Along with all of you, we look forward to making next year, 2021, one of continual growth and positive energy. Take care and Happy New Year!
Last Saturday, November 9, 2020 Education Day was held.
With the participation of George Santos, M.D. Program coordinator, community leader, IHCH Board Member, Escarle Silva. Businesswoman, IHCH Board President, Andrew Harper, M.D. Clinical Professor, A & M College of Medicine, Rita Garza, Consultant, Communication expert, Carmen Herrada, Consultant, Leadership Advisor, IHCH Board Member, and Mayte Weitzman, Marketing executive, IHCH Board Member.
Este año, el directorio del Instituto Hispano de Cultura en Houston ha mantenido su apoyo y contribución a la difusión de la labor de los artistas hispanos locales celebrando una convocatoria abierta para artistas locales hispanos.
La convocatoria contó con el prestigiado jurado Betirri Bengtson y el impacto del anuncio para participar confirmó una interesante gama de trabajos presentados por los solicitantes.
Los artistas premiados son: Bismark Alejandro Reyes, Nela Garzon & Cynthia Isakson
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A Big Thanks!
During 2019, the Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston (IHCH) focused on developing its activities in three main areas: Culture and Art, Promotion in Social Networks and Commitment to Community.
On November 14, 2019, the exhibition Familia Lorenzo Folk Art from Guerrero, Mexico was inaugurated at the Consulate General of Mexico in Houston.