Schools + Educators

Public Art UHS collaborates with schools and educators to engage K-12 students through onsite, at-home, and in-classroom experiences. Through free, inquiry-based tours across the UH System campuses and hands-on experiences, students build visual literacy, critical thinking, and creative expression skills. At Public Art UHS, students have the unique opportunity to explore public art in a higher education setting.

Evenings for Educators events and downloadable Educator Resources provide support for integrating public art into your curriculum. Resources are aligned with Common Core and Texas State Standards and connect public art with a variety of academic subjects– math, science, language arts, humanities, Texas history, and more.

To begin booking an experience with us, please complete the Group Visit Request Form. With questions, in-service requests, or collaboration opportunities, please contact us at pauhsEDU@uh.edu.

Download our 2021-2022 School + Educator brochure

Learn more about the collection, current exhibitions, and field trips

Evening for Educators: A Total Work of Art

November 4, 2021 4:30-6:30PM join us for an artful evening at the University of Houston! This is a free event designed for K-12 educators to gain resources, and network. RSVPs are appreciated!

Oscar Murillo | Frequencies Project

Learn more about Public Art UHS’ partnership with Turner-prize winning artist Oscar Murillo and his studio to realize the Houston iteration of his landmark participatory project Frequencies in the Spring of 2022. 

Educator Resources

Explore art from your classroom with Public Art UHS’s Educator Resources.

Programs + Events

Public Art UHS offers a wide variety of public programs and events reflecting our permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, special projects and relevant cultural topics.