“SHOWING HOUSTON GROWING GREEN”
A Photographic Awareness Campaign and Exhibit
We’ve taken hundreds of photos consciously curating a visual awareness campaign, an exhibit designed to illustrate the diversity of the people who are The City of Houston. And, give voice to our thoughts on how we feel about “going green,” urban gardening, sustainable development and how we’re growing in numbers and solutions!
“Showing Houston Growing Green” This exhibit will be presented both in print and digital form in several venues throughout Houston specifically during Earth month 2011 meant to inspire action toward global enrichment beginning with our own communities, our own backyards, our own steps toward a sustainable future. Join in our movement by hosting this energizing exhibit !
contact: Tarsha Gary, Founder at firstname.lastname@example.org | www.ecotoneworld.com
Featuring the interpetations of diverse Houston photographers:
Brittany Kelly | Kellie Karavias | Dez One | Melisa Rae | Derrick Dickerson | Dalton DeHart | Tarsha Gary | Trent Jefferson | Katy Atkiss | Carol Burton | Egima Edwards | Heidi Massin | Jarid Manos
Related events and venues in Houston collaborating with Ecotone during Earth Month include:
March 23, 7pm Food for Thought by Chef Tarsha M. Gary at Project Row Houses Round 34: A Matter of Food Artist Talk, on view March 26 – June 19
April 6, 6-9pm University of Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Wortham Theater lobby
April 15, 12–4pm Asakura Robinson Company
April 18, The Mayor’s Breakfast – City Hall outdoor mall
April 23, 10-4pm Earth Day Houston at Discovery Green
April 29, 6-8pm Exhibition and Discussion at Houston Museum of African American Culture