Workshops

Learn more about current and upcoming student and community workshops and enjoy recordings of past programs below.

Tay Butler | CollageShop

(February 2-3, 2022, UH) | Workshops led by artist Tay Butler exploring the themes of community and history through the expansive medium of collage. Two workshops were offered exclusively for his home community of Houston.

Soundscapes 4

(Spring 2021) Session 4 | Public Art UHS, UH’s BRAIN Center and Arkansas-based composer and sound artist Amos Cochran on a four-part student workshop focusing on the intersection of art, science, and technology.

Soundscapes 3

(Spring 2021) Session 3 | Public Art UHS, UH’s BRAIN Center and Arkansas-based composer and sound artist Amos Cochran on a four-part student workshop focusing on the intersection of art, science, and technology.

Soundscapes 2

(Spring 2021) Session 2 | Public Art UHS, UH’s BRAIN Center and Arkansas-based composer and sound artist Amos Cochran on a four-part student workshop focusing on the intersection of art, science, and technology.

Soundscapes 1

(Spring 2021) Session 1 | Public Art UHS, UH’s BRAIN Center and Arkansas-based composer and sound artist Amos Cochran on a four-part student workshop focusing on the intersection of art, science, and technology.

Mobius in the Making

(Fall 2019) Artist Marta Chilindrón discussed the concept behind Mobius Houston. The workshop included a 30 minute lecture by Chilindrón on Mobius Houston from conception to realization. The lecture was followed by a hands-on workshop led by the artist during which students constructed their own foldable works.