UH Arts

RED BLOCK BASH 2014

Thursday October 9th, 4-8 pm

The UH Arts Initiative and the Blaffer Art Museum Students Association invite you to come out and play in the newly-designed Grove between Blaffer Art Museum and Moores School of Music. Join us for a FREE interactive open house that features the best of the arts at UH! Free food and food trucks will be available for hungry attendees. Free parking available at entrances 16 and 18. UH is now a vital destination for the arts within the City of Houston — it's time to celebrate!

Official Red Block Bash 2014 Schedule (for updates, follow UH Arts on Twitter @uhoustonarts):

Visual Arts

4-6:30 pm Guided tours of the UH Public Art Collection

Blaffer Art Museum
4-7 pm - Guided tours of Buildering: Misbehaving the City

Fine Arts Courtyard
4-7:30 pm Art Making activities with the Blaffer Art Museum Student Association
6:15 pm - University Dance Theatre

Literary Arts

Dudley Recital Hall
7:30 pm - Poetry Reading by Glass Mountain

Fine Arts Building Breezeway
4-7:30 pm Inprint Poetry Buskers

Performing Arts

Wilhelmina Grove Stage:
4 p.m. - Men of Moores a Capella performance
4:30 p.m. - Flirt Reynolds improv comedy
5 p.m. -  University Dance Theatre
5:15 p.m. - Flirt Reynolds
5:45 p.m. - Moores School of Music performance
6 p.m. - Roarin' Raas Dance Workshop
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - UH Arts student performances by Alpha Phi Omega, Dhun a Capella and UHVSA

Quintero Theatre
8 p.m. - UH School of Theatre and Dance presents "The Playboy of the Western World" with free dessert and Talk Back after the show (all tickets 50% off for all Red Block Bash attendees)

Moores Opera House
7:30 p.m. - Moores School of Music Wind Ensemble in concert

Interdisciplinary Arts

Dudley Recital Hall (Fine Arts Building)
4 p.m. - Instrument Building
5 p.m. - Sound Art Event
6 p.m. - Sound Art Lecture

Design Arts

Fine Arts Courtyard
4-8 p.m. - Meet the UH Art and Architecture Library Ambassadors


For more info, follow UH Arts at @uhoustonarts. To find out more about UH Arts events, like the University of Houston Arts Initiative on Facebook.