April 6, 6-9pm

Join the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Ecotone, the University of Houston’s Community Learning Agricultural Sustainability Program (CLASP) and musician Lisa E. Harris for the opening reception of Showing Houston Going Green, a photo awareness campaign meant to inspire global enrichment through local action.

Showing Houston Growing Green is organized and curated by Ecotone, a green vision catalyst offering sustainable solutions via organic approaches to meeting the needs of urban communities, organic commerce and ecological global enrichment. Selected photographers include Brittany Kelly, Kellie Karavias, Derrick Dickerson of Something Candid Photography, Dalton DeHart, Melisa Rae of WAMI Photography, Dez One, Tarsha Gary and Trent Jefferson.

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 9, 10am-10pm Hot Blocks on Holman at Better Block Houston and the Community Artist’s Collective

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

Local entertainment and light bites will be provided.

LOCATION: University of Houston, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Wortham Theater lobby
FREE PARKING: Lot 16B, Entrance 16 off Cullen Blvd.
ADMISSION: Free