HOUSTON – A splash of color will make its way to University of Houston this October.
“Color Field,” which consists of bright-colored, large sculptures will make its debut at UH-Main Campus in October. This is the first curated exhibition and the second project in the university system’s Temporary Public Art program, in partnership with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, according to the university in a release.
“‘Color Field’ will introduce and create accessible connections to color theory, providing opportunities for guests to interact with objects as they think about the impact of color on our lives,” said Allison Glenn, curator at Crystal Brudges Museum of American Art in a statement.
The exhibition will be free and will be displayed at Wilhelmina’s Grove, across Cullen Boulevard through UH’s art district and surrounding the Ezekiel W. Cullen Building. The art will also be displayed at Butler Plaza and Lynn Eusan Park on University Drive.
Generously supported by the Brown Foundation, the display will be in view starting October 2020 through May 2021.
See a preview of “Color Field” below. To learn more, click here.