University of Houston experts, including Cumaraswamy Vipulanandan, professor and chair of the civil and environmental engineering department and direct of the Texas Hurrican Center for Innovative Technologies, are prepared to comment on the topics related to hurricane season preparation and response.
When the University of Houston's arts programs join forces, the results are nothing short of impressive. Houstonians soon will discover this firsthand during an engaging and dynamic afternoon of performances, music, art and readings.
On Thursday, Oct 1, the community is invited to the very first UH Arts Open House, a showcase of the university's creative offerings and student talents. Presented by the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, this free event runs from 4 - 7 p.m. in the UH Arts Quadrangle (Entrance 16 off of Cullen Blvd.).
Among the event's activities and performances are:
Free food and beverages will be available, and attendees can enter a raffle drawing to win a custom screen print shirt by Giroux, a Flip camera and arts gift bags.
The UH Arts Open House is presented in conjunction with Blaffer Gallery's "Red Block Bash," the museum's annual fall kickoff event.
For additional details on UH Arts Open House, call 713-743-5548 or visit www.mitchellcenterforarts.org.
UH Arts Open House
Arts Quadrangle (courtyard connecting Moores School of Music, Mitchell Center and Fine Arts)
University of Houston - Entrance 16
Houston, TX 77204