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9:00 am5:00 pm
'Export: Spanish Architecture Abroad'

The Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design presents an internationally known exhibit, "Export: Spanish Architecture Abroad." Organizing the contents in six possible ways to practice architecture today, and complemented by the intervention of external agents, this exhibition offers a richer and original view of Spanish architecture abroad.

12:00 pm1:00 pm
QPR Suicide Prevention Training

This nationally recognized program is designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicidal thinking and behaviors. Individuals will learn how to ask the suicide question, how to persuade the person to contact appropriate assistance, and how to identify referral options.

12:00 pm1:00 pm
Inclusive Language Workshop

This workshop will focus on why language is important and how the words we use affect our perceptions and can sometimes influence our environment.

2:00 pm3:30 pm
Russian-American Speaker Series presents: Alexander Pisarev

The Consul General of the Russian Federation, Alexander Pisarev, will be speaking and taking your questions at the Honors College. Come and learn about the critical relationship between Russia and the U.S., a relationship that grows in significance with every passing day.

2:00 pm3:30 pm
Research as Art at UH

Swansea University’s Research as Art initiative is an annual competition that is run for researchers which provides them with a platform for conveying the importance, emotion, beauty and humanity of their research through images. The program is sending its director, Dr. Richard Johnson, to lecture on the Research as Art initiative.

6:00 pm8:00 pm
Black History Month: Free CeCe Documentary

For Black History Month, the LGBTQ Resource Center and GLOBAL are partnering to show an award-winning documentary showcasing an international campaign led by Laverne Cox to free CeCe McDonald from incarceration in a men’s prison for defending her life.

8:00 pm10:00 pm
The Last Night of Ballyhoo

The world is on the eve of WWII in Alfred Uhry’s Tony Award-winning play, yet excitement fills the halls of a German-Jewish family as they prepare for the peak social event of the year — Ballyhoo. But when an Eastern European Jew drops by unexpectedly, the family must confront long-buried prejudices.

9:00 am9:00 pm

A free festival of performance, installation and ideas produced by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.