Bruce Munro’s Field of Light
November 22, 2014 – February 08, 2015 (Recurring daily)
1500 McKinney Street, Houston, TX 77010
Discovery Green is proud to host Field of Light, a dazzling art installation by internationally-acclaimed artist Bruce Munro. The vivid, temporary, site specific installation will be exhibited along the Brown Promenade and will be illuminated at dusk until 11 p.m. daily.
Saturday January 24th
Time: 11pm -4pm
At an IKEA near you!
The New Year is a great time to get organized, start new habits & get ready for a great year ahead! And there’s nothing like learning from the pro’s on how to create an organized a clutter free home.
Join us for G.O. Day (Get Organized Day), a day clearing out, gearing up and getting organized!
We’ll have secure document shredding, clothing donations and electronics recycling on site to accept your donations, workshops where you’ll learn from Houston’s Professional Organizers (members of NAPO – The National Association of Professional Organizers) and storewide specials on the items you’ll need to get off to an organized and efficient year ahead.
So bring a bag full or a trunk load and get rid of those unwanted items, then stick around to learn from the pros on topics like: getting started on organizing, making the most of your “Junk” drawer and getting your stuff to fit your space.
*Workshop space is limited, so arrive early to ensure admission!
Saturday, January 24th
Central Green Park in Katy
Time: 8:30 am
Tai Chi is a slow and gentle exercise perfect for all levels– beginner to advanced. This Chinese exercise system uses slow body movements to achieve a state of relaxation.
Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence
11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. every Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., Sun. until February 15
The Menil Collection
1515 Sul Ross Houston, TX
“Experiments With the Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence,” now on exhibit at The Menil Collection, is the first ever visual arts exhibition to examine Gandhi’s philosophy and ethics of nonviolence — that is, his satyagraha. It includes the famous photograph Gandhi’s Last Possessions, which shows what the great man owned at the time of his death: two pairs of sandals, two dinner bowls, eyeglasses, a prayer book and a few other small items.
Curated from a wide range of museums, galleries and private collections, the pieces on display include paintings, sculpture, religious icons, texts and photographs that document Gandhi’s life and legacy. “Experiments With the Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence” marks the 145th anniversary of his birth.