Shirazeh Houshiary’s glass helix sculpture draws attention day and night.
Jazz musicians Brandon and Daleton Lee played a powerful send-off for Sondra Perry's monumental "Ocean Modifier," which closed its year-long installation at the Raymond and Susan Brochstein Pavilion on September 2.
Regular maintenance of James Turrell's “Twilight Epiphany” Skyspace includes spring cleaning, which took place after commencement in May, and requires a cherry picker and a team of pros to ensure the monumental piece of public art remains pristine.
"I hope that generations of students will look him up and see what he did to deserve such a hallowed spot on the campus here."
The 5,600-pound Cor-ten steel sculpture is one of the artist's final pieces.
Dutch artist collective We Make Carpets supervised the installation of its latest site-specific piece on campus from the Netherlands via Zoom as masked-up Rice community members tied yards of colorful ribbon to 6-foot lengths of pipe for “Barn Raising.”
VADA professor’s sculpture is one of four new pieces acquired for campus art program.
Take a self-guided tour of campus art with the newest Rice Apps creation.
Award-winning Houston muralist GONZO247 believes everyone has an inner artist — and the new 40-foot community mural he painted with Rice students and alumni is one way to bring out that artistic energy.
“Twelve Feet Apart,” the seesaws built by Rice Architecture students for a design charrette this semester, are a hit with Owls and visitors alike. The public art playground equipment has remained in continual use since its Oct. 1 installation. (Photos by Jeff Fitlow)
The James Turrell Skyspace at the Suzanne Deal Booth Centennial Pavilion is one of the artist's largest works and his first Skyspace to be engineered for acoustics.
Rice Architecture students built 'Twelve Feet Apart' to encourage safe outdoor activities.
More than merely tents, these temporary spaces offer everything from A/C to A/V.
Events will include socially distanced opening receptions, outdoor film screenings and virtual conversations with artists.