Tag Archive: public art



Arcade at Discovery Green, photo by Houston Chronicle

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Houston Chronicle on Arcade: The colors of a city coming back

Molly Glentzer, Houston Chronicle’s Senior Writer and Critic, Arts & Culture, features “Arcade” by The Color Condition at Discovery Green and Avenida Houston in the ongoing editorial series Art Daybook. Glentzer makes a direct comparison between the elements of the installation to the spirit of Houston post Hurricane Harvey. The article’s tagline summarizes her interpretation:…

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Curbed Austin: New public art project headed for Pease Park

Curb Austin spotlights an upcoming WAG public art installation at Pease Park Conservancy: Pease Park Conservancy, keepers of Austin’s oldest park and much-beloved public park just west of downtown, will be soon bringing a major new piece of public art to the space. Patrick Dougherty, whose internationally acclaimed Stickwork project now has placed more than 275 distinct…

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Houston Public Media: The Heart Of Downtown Is Now Bursting With Streamers

Houston Public Media correspondent Marissa Cummings features Arcade at Discovery Green in the Avenida Houston campus. The sound of hundreds of thousands of brightly colored streamers blow in the wind and drape over the street, Avenidas De Las Americas, in Downtown. The streamers bridge Discovery Green and the George R Brown together. Barry Mandel is the president of Discovery…

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Houston Press on The Color Condition: Playful Colors Brighten Downtown’s Newest Public Art Installation

Freelance contributor Sam Byrd of the Houston Press features Arcade by The Color Condition at Discovery Green and Avenida Houston. He writes: Discovery Green and the George R. Brown Convention Center are about to get a little cooler. Literally. A new art installation will provide both colorful beauty and some very welcome shade to the…

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