Technology-fueled experimental art museum celebrates 1-year anniversary in Houston

Seismique opened last year at 2306 S. Hwy. 6 in Houston. (Courtesy Christopher Brielmaier/Seismique)
Seismique opened last year at 2306 S. Hwy. 6 in Houston. (Courtesy Christopher Brielmaier/Seismique)

Seismique opened last year at 2306 S. Hwy. 6 in Houston. (Courtesy Christopher Brielmaier/Seismique)


Seismique, a technology-fueled experiential art museum in Houston, celebrated its first anniversary on Dec. 26. The museum opened last year at 2306 S. Hwy. 6, Houston.

Seismique is an interactive experience filled with immersive exhibits and displays designed to entertain and inspire guests. The museum features 40,000 square feet of art and is described as the “art experience of tomorrow.” Seismique creator Steve Kopelman spoke to Community Impact Newspaper last year regarding the new museum.



“I am really looking forward to seeing the expressions on peoples’ faces when they experience Seismique for the first time—I liken it to the equivalent of walking through a portal and into an alternative universe that is a feast for the senses,” Kopelman said. “This year has been exceedingly difficult for the whole world, and we want Seismique to serve as something of a pandemic panacea—a place where visitors can transport themselves to another realm and find creative inspiration through the artistic manifestation of 40 different exhibits.”