Join the 2019 graphic design senior class at FLUX, an exhibition of work from the design program at the University of Houston. Featured projects include Perspectives, a collaboration with famed Houston graffiti artist “GONZO247” Mario Enrique Figueroa Jr. creating large-scale installations to the Cullen Boulevard-I-45 underpass that symbolize the rich history of Houston’s Third Ward, Eastwood, EaDo and the University of Houston; atlas maps based on Houston’s ecology, commerce, and history; environmentally sustainable packaging and branding, and more.
Design is in constant flux with interconnecting medias, platforms, audiences and environments. By recognizing the concept of flux, we design with uncertainty and rigor, curiosity and knowledge, discipline and openness. Now more than ever, as we begin our practice, we seize the opportunity to be content generators, from makers and change agents.
Prior to the public opening, the seniors will host a professional preview from 5 – 7 pm. Members of the design community are welcome to engage one-on-one with students about their work, their experience in the UH Graphic Design program, and plans beyond graduation.
Visit Website for more information & to make a donation towards the exhibition.
Flux | UHGD19
Thursday, May 2, 2019
Professional Preview: 5 – 7 pm
Public Opening: 7 – 10 pm
Ecclesia | ecclesiahouston.org
1100 Elder St.
Houston, TX 77007