Public art tours, food and family-friendly art activities were all part of the second annual Public Art Day at the University of Houston.
The April 22 event drew approximately 150 people. It was hosted by the UH Public Art Collection and Blaffer Art Museum, in collaboration with the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center. Activities were centered in the Fine Arts Building courtyard.
Public art collection tours took place every 30 minutes and highlighted some of the unique and diverse pieces that dot the campus.
Two art-making activities – printmaking and a collaborative two-dimensional project – were offered. Finished pieces were displayed in the café area of the Blaffer Art Museum.