This was the last event I attended in the fall before switching into gear to study for final exams. Thus, I am barely posting the photos now instead of in November. Better later than never, right? Anyway, I really enjoyed this festival. There were so many cultures and talents showcased in a space that was fun and interactive. Proceeds from the Via Colori Street Painting Festival went to the Center for Hearing and Speech to continue serving children with hearing loss. If you are in town during the next festival, you definitely do not want to miss it.
I loved all of the paintings, but my favorites were the Prince tribute and the piano. Which painting was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.
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2 thoughts on “Via Colori Street Painting Festival in Houston: Photo Recap”
Houston looks so wonderful in your eyes. It is wonderful to love your adopted city and see all take positives around. It suggests that inspire all the negative media everyday something good happens in the world and I am so glad that you are there to remind us that wherever we are people find joy and that too should be reported. Keep up the good work!
Thank you! I hope it inspires others to recognize the beauty around them.