On Site x Off Site | Summer 2020

Explore Public Art from Home

Public Art of the University of Houston System welcomes you to explore significant public artworks from the comfort of your home. Go on a virtual art walk with Mike Guidry, Public Art UHS curator, listen to artists in live conversation, or take an active and relaxing break with a 10-minute guided yoga session filmed in front of artworks from our collection. Or create your own art using materials from around your home.


Learn & Explore

Art Walk  Ep 1 "Color" | Marta Chilindrón and Carlos Cruz-Diez

Take a virtual "art walk" with Mike Guidry, Public Art UHS art curator, and learn more about significant public artworks.

Yoga & Public Art Ep 1 | Mobius Houston by Marta Chilindrón

Improve the quality of your mental and physical health with these 10-minute guided yoga flows. Made for all levels and ages.

Create & Inspire

Public Art Studio Session | Teleidoscope Binoculars

This art-making activity will encourage you to see your surroundings in a new light and we encourage you to share your creativity.


Educational Resources & Activities
for Mobius Houston

Learn more about Mobius Houston, watch a time-lapse video of how it was made and print out your own coloring page.


On Site X Off Site

Live Artist Conversation

Tuesday, July 21, 2020
5:00-6:00 pm CDT

Vincent Valdez in New Haven, CT
Adriana Corral in Houston, TX

Registration required.

Thank you to those who attended our past conversations. We hope you enjoyed listening to artists from our collection discuss their work, public art, and life under COVID-19. In case you missed either event, view the recordings below.

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Alyson Shotz and Aaron Parazette | Artist Conversation Recording

Margo Sawyer and Jacob Hashimoto | Artist Conversation Recording



New Temporary Public Art Coming

to the University of Houston

We are pleased to announce that
Color Field, the next project in our Temporary Public Art Program, opens at the University of Houston in October. Brightly colored, large-scale sculptures will be dispersed across the UH campus in an exciting new exhibition embodying the mantra that art is all around us.

Featured image: TYPOE (b. 1983). Forms from Life, 2017. Painted aluminum. Dimensions vary. Courtesy of the artist. Installation view, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 2019. © Ironside Photography

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