Art Bike Festival Winners
For 2022, Orange Show Center for Visionary Art, Houston Parks Board, and HISD Fine Arts Department distributed awards to three community groups and ten HISD schools that exhibited exemplary Art Bikes in this year's Houston Art Bike Parade. Each HISD school winner received a $500 gift card for Art Supplies for their classroom.
Thank you to our sponsor who provided the awards, including Waddell Law Firm PC, Andy Lubetkin, Beverly Braden, Coné PLLC, Carolyn Colias, Melissa Dobrowski, Zabel Freeman, Lafayette Herring, Franny Koelsch Jeffries, Joshua & Corey Mermis, Andy & Nancy Pechacek, Douglas Welsh, Heidi Vaughn Fine Art, and Black Girl Meets World.
HISD AWARD WINNERS
You Call This School Spirit? Winner: Bastian Elementary
Repurpose with a Purpose Winner: Ray Daily Elementary
Colorfully Artsy Winner: Love Elementary
Biking Up STEAM Winner: Lantrip Elementary
It's Alive! Winner: Helms Elementary
Crowd Favorite Winner: Braeburn Elementary
We Made THIS Bike Winner: Benbrook Elementary
To Bike or Not to Bike Winner: Heights High School
Imagination Station Winner: S.C. Red Elementary
Recognize the Size Winner: Burbank Elementary
COMMUNITY AWARD WINNERS
Wow the Crowd Winner: Cody Hovland
Spirit of Movement Winner: Slow Soul Cruizerz
Best Representing the Spirit of Art Bike: Winner: Flying Flamingoes
Photos from the 2022 Houston Art Bike Festival
About the Houston Art Bike Festival
Houston Parks Board, Orange Show Center for Visionary Art, and HISD Fine Arts Department are proud to present Houston's first-ever Houston Art Bike Festival. This day-long arts and culture celebration will bring together community members and youth programs from across the city as we explore our personal creativity, promote health and wellness, and celebrate the artist in everyone!
Saturday May 21, 2022
MacGregor Park, Fonde Park, and Smither Park will come alive on Saturday, May 21, 2022, with music, food, art bikes, art cars, community groups, activities, and a special parade. Students from participating HISD schools will proudly pedal and accompany their art bikes along a pre-determined path within MacGregor Park, as families and community members cheer them on from the sidelines. An organized bike route along Brays Bayou Greenway from MacGregor Park to Fonde Park, and ultimately ending up at the whimsical Smither Park, will invite and inspire community members, families, and friends to cycle together after the official parade, to a continued celebration and afternoon festival of awards, activities, and art.
We welcome you, your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors, to design and create an Art Bike of your own. Everyone will have a chance to participate as we celebrate diversity through artistic interpretations of how the outdoors connect us - embracing our health, our environment, our families, our friends, our civic pride, and our creativity.
For more than 40 years, Houston Parks Board has advocated to improve the lives of all Houstonians through equitable access to green spaces. Our vision is ambitious. We are committed to ensuring that every single person in our city lives close to parks and trails, creating a greater quality of life for all. That vision means our work isn’t close to done. It isn’t easy. But it’s worth it. The initiatives below take important steps in reaching our goal, and we’ll get there together.
Learn more at www.houstonparksboard.org
Now in its 40th year, The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art is a non-profit organization with a mission to preserve, promote and document visionary art environments, provide opportunities for the expression of personal artistic vision, and create a community where that expression is valued. The Orange Show owns and operates The Orange Show monument, The Beer Can House, and Smither Park, as well as produces the annual Houston Art Car Parade.
Learn more at www.orangeshow.org