Market Square Park excerpt from ‘Art Is All Around Us” 2006 Lonestar Emmy for Audio

Market Square Park was the original location of City Hall, which occupied the second floor of a building that burned down. The first floor was a market, as was the entire square. Diverseworks did the initial transformation in to an art park, though the empty square was always a public space. This video precedes the current redesign, but tells the story of the park nicely, though sadly, the photos on porcelain did not get a full restoration. The gigapan picture below shows the current layout. Of special note is the anchoring public sculpture Points of View by James Surls.

This is an excerpt from HoustonPBS’ “Art Is All Around Us: Downtown” for which Douglas Robertson was awarded a 2006 Lonestar Emmy for the Craft of Audio

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