The artist El Seed posed like a graffiti god on the University of Houston campus, atop a cherry picker while spraying cans of black, orange, yellow and turquoise paint on an outside wall of the Graduate School of Social Work. Their media include customizable and thematic classroom projects that include practical participation and integrate concepts of literacy and social and emotional learning. Elia credits partnerships with the city of Houston, administration districts and other organizations for the growth of the Houston wall art scene over the past decade.
Marsha is a certified academic enrichment instructor by HISD and has met with Young Audiences of Houston through successful school residences in Harris County and beyond.The president and CEO of downtown Houston, Kris Larson, whose company is an economic development organization that represents the interests of the city center, said that additional murals may be added next year.
Weaving participants explore the origin of the Lakota Native Americans and the native tribes of Mexico while creating a piece of fabric and a dreamcatcher. In a world full of sadness and illness, Lula Goce wants people to be filled with happiness and wonder when they see his works of art. Friday See the finished mural and other works from the university's sculpture collection during Public Art Day, from noon to 3 p.m. Katherine loves creating safe spaces for expression and healing, and her favorite mediums are ceramics, painting and weaving mandalas.
Stay up to date on what's happening in the Partnership region and the Houston metropolitan area by signing up to receive information about upcoming events, news, data releases and more. The visual arts are designed to make it easier for participants to experience the use of watercolor and acrylic, explore the process of a work of art, and collaborate to complete a group project. Participants will appreciate the art that surrounds them and will be able to think critically and create art from everyday objects. Cindy has the ability to customize programs aimed at the client's goals and skill level, and she leads visual arts (mandalas) and meditation workshops with students of all ages through Young Audiences of Houston.
Muralists from around the world, including three from Houston, painted a series of murals in nine downtown buildings with the goal of inspiring social and environmental change. In Mack Bishop's art program, students participate and express themselves in a wide range of artistic media consisting of paper, paint, plastic, wood, and acrylic glass. A Chronicle investigation reveals the extent of the ballot shortage in the November Harris County elections, including how the shortage could affect the future of Texas election laws.