Rothko Chapel hosts "Mending Bones: Walking a Bone Labyrinth"

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Visitors will be invited to step inside a labyrinth composed of ceramic "bones," walk and contemplate ways to end violence against women, and then place a bone in the healing circle as a prayer of intention. The program, "Mending Bones: Walking a Bone Labyrinth," is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on March 8 at the Rothko Chapel.

The installation will be created by local artist Jo Zider, known for her sculptures in clay and bronze, as well as her relief oil paintings. Zider is a graduate of the University of Houston and has been teaching, creating and exhibiting art extensively in Texas since 1975.

The labyrinth encourages "walking meditation," a contemplative practice that relies on being mindful of taking one step and then another.



Rothko Chapel
3900 Yupon St.
Houston, TX 77006


$10 suggested donation.
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