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Via Colori 2016 Turns Our Concrete Jungle Into "A Colorful World"

Via Colori 2016 Turns Our Concrete Jungle Into "A Colorful World"

The Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival has grown into one of the city’s signature art festivals over its 10-year history. Witness the streets of downtown transform into a massive outdoor art gallery with more than 250 local and international artists creating mind-blowing murals right before your eyes. This year’s festival will be even bigger, with artists creating around the theme of A Colorful World, bands playing live music on three stages and great food and activities putting smiles on the faces of people of all ages.

Via Colori is a fundraiser for The Center for Hearing and Speech, a non-profit organization committed to helping children with hearing loss listen, speak and read.


The Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival has grown into one of the city’s signature art festivals over its 10-year history. Witness the streets of downtown transform into a massive outdoor art gallery with more than 250 local and international artists creating mind-blowing murals right before your eyes. This year’s festival will be even bigger, with artists creating around the theme of A Colorful World, bands playing live music on three stages and great food and activities putting smiles on the faces of people of all ages.

Via Colori is a fundraiser for The Center for Hearing and Speech, a non-profit organization committed to helping children with hearing loss listen, speak and read.
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