Celebrate The Joy Of Color At This Vibrant Exhibit

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Celebrate The Joy Of Color At This Vibrant Exhibit

Show your true colors at The Color Factory in Houston.

Last year was pretty dull, huh? When you add to the fact that the holidays are over with the brunt of winter ahead, well, it could all make you feel pretty grey. Add a splash of color to your life this January at Color Factory in Houston. [Featured image: @pav_lifestyle]

The Color Factory is a western transplant from San Francisco, where it came to life in 2017. Its origins involve a team of artists collaborating on cultivating an imaginative space that pushes boundaries of understanding. In Houston, the Color Factory spans over 20,000 square feet of art installations, interactive exhibits, local features, and all-around hue-tiful space.

Houston’s Color Factory is likewise a collaborative effort involving a team of local artists, local food vendors, designers, and creatives, including: NASA, SOO Sunny Park, Art & Olfaction, and Hypno.

After shutting down temporarily during the pandemic, the Color Factory has reopened with numerous changes and added health precautions. Foremost is that all visitors must wear masks through the duration of their visit. Color Factory is also limiting capacity of entry, employing a dedicate disinfectant crew, taking temperature checks upon entry, using HVAC fans throughout the day, facilitating guest flow, reducing hours of operation, and implementing many more safety measures. For the complete rundown of how they’re making the space safe for guests and visitors, visit their website here.


Additionally, all tickets must be purchased online through their website. Each visit typically last around an hour and a half. The exhibit is made for all ages but children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. General admission costs between $29 and $35 for adults, and $25 – $28 for kids 3 through 12.

In an effort to benefit the local community, Color Factory is donating a percentage of the proceeds to The Montrose Center and Project Color Corps here in Houston.

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