Labyrinth at Discovery Green

Labyrinth at Discovery Green
When

April 10 - June 30

Discovery Labyrinth on view:
April 10 – June 30


You’re invited to bring Discovery Green’s latest art installation to life during Green Mountain Energy Earth Day on Sunday, April 10 when Houston artist Reginald C. Adams creates a labyrinth out of flowering plants on the Sarofim Picnic Lawn.

A labyrinth is an ancient ritual that connects the individual with the earth in a walking path to meditation and reflection. To use a labyrinth, one walks with focus and concentration, a circuitous path that winds around to reach the center of a large circle and then slowly retraces steps to reach the end of the meditation.

Adams will lead the inaugural Labyrinth Walk during Green Mountain Energy Earth Day on Sunday, April 10 at 4 pm.

LABYRINTH WALKS
Inaugural Walk led by Reginald Adams
Sunday, April 10 at 4 pm 

World Labyrinth Day walk led by Sarah Gish
Sunday, May 8 10 am  

Solstice Walk led by Reginald Adams as part of the International Day of Yoga celebration
Tuesday, June 21 8 pm 


Reginald C. Adams is a Houston-based public artist, social entrepreneur, and community developer. He is best known for his award-winning public art projects located in some of Houston’s most historic and under-served neighborhoods. Over the past 30 years Reginald has facilitated the design, coordination and production over 350 public art projects and sacred spaces across the Houston area and abroad. These projects have been co-created with the involvement of over 50,000 area youth volunteers, hundreds of artists and thousands of community stakeholders. His work Art of Sound & Healing opened at Rice University’s Moody Center for the Arts on March 9, 2022. He recently completed the Absolute Equality-Juneteenth Mural in Galveston, TX, and Black Mount Rushmore, a new mural on the iconic wall of the Breakfast Klub on W. Alabama and Travis.

Special thanks to Forney Construction for its in-kind gift to this project.

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