The University of Houston is located in the Greater Third Ward of Houston and is home to the Public Art of the University of Houston System office. The campus contains the largest portion of the Public Art Collection, representing over 300 artworks. Some of the many nationally and internationally recognized artists whose work are on view include: Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Alyson Shotz, Brian Tolle, Lawrence Argent, Jim Sanborn, Mary Miss and Jim Love. Four Public Art parking spaces can be found in Lot 16. To reserve one of these parking spaces, email pauhs@uh.edu. In addition, metered visitor parking can be found in Lot 16 or across campus.

For a downloadable map indicating art sites at the University of Houston, click here.

For directions to the UH campus, visit UH’s website here.

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University of Houston Sugar Land Location

14000 University Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77479

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The University of Houston Sugar Land location is about 30 minutes southwest of downtown Houston along the banks of the beautiful Brazos River in Fort Bend County. It is home to several pieces of the PAUHS Collection, including works by Lin Emery, Helen Altman, Lance Letscher, and Brazos Trace, a large format installation by Liz Ward, Rob Ziebel and Anthony Thompson Shumate relating to the cultural and natural history of the Brazos River.

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