Arts in Transit UH South / University Oaks

UH South / University Oaks platform

The UH South/University Oaks Station focuses on African American contributions against exclusion and oppression in the 1930’s, that served as a preamble to the Civil Rights Movement. Richard Randolph Grovey, founder of the Third Ward Civic Club, helped to organize the Hall of Negro Life, an original museum exhibit at the Texas Centennial that paid homage to the statewide and national contributions of African Americans since Emancipation in 1836.

Artist Carroll Parrott Blue and Sharon Johnston, A.I.A.

Contributing Artists Albert Chu, Amanda Moschel, Johnston Marklee, Natalia Beard, NBB Design Partners, LLC, SWA Group

UH South / University Oaks platform 

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