Don't miss out on a great festival experimenting with art.
This talk will focus on concepts of aggression and of sexuality.
Take a healthy walk and outdoor art tour of the University of Houston Public Art Collection.
Show off your creativity at our Crafty Coogs station located at all UH residential halls! All items used for this activity will be salvaged. We will also be hosting a sorting activity that will help you know what items are recyclable.
Come play a golf doubles tournament.
Campus Recreation will offer lifeguard certification classes.
Eating healthy has never been so easy. The University of Houston has partnered with Farm to Work in order to bring fresh, sustainable grown fruits and vegetables to faculty and staff here on campus.
PDM 17 is a group of 13 artists working towards BFAs in Photography and Digital Media at the University of Houston. While photography is a constant in all of the students' art practices, the members of PDM 17 work in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, alternative processes, installation and video. The students are excited to be working with curators Jennifer Ward and Vinod Hopson of FotoFest International. Please join us for the Thesis Exhibition at Alabama Song on Friday, April 21 from 6 9 pm. Drinks provided by 8th Wonder Brewing Company.
The event features PDM 17, a group of 13 artists working towards BFAs in Photography and Digital Media at UH.
Under the direction of Noe Marmolejo, the Moores School of Music Jazz Orchestra is performing with Eric Marienthal at the 2017 Katy/West Houston Jazz Festival. Hosted at the Katy High School Performing Arts Center, the festival offers a unique experience for the entire family. The festival will feature performances by student groups, as well as world-class jazz professionals.
Join Fresh Arts and successful full-time artist Taft McWhorter to learn practical tips on how to move art-making out of the corners of your life, and safely put it front and center.
A free festival of performance, installation and ideas produced by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts.