At the last Artist Town Hall, presented by Artists Take Action (ATAHouston) at the Station Museum in early April, breakout sessions led to further meetings, ideas, and activism. They are going to bring it all together again at the Multicultural Education and Counseling Through the Arts (MECA) on Wednesday, July 12, from 6:30-9pm.
ATAHouston has announced the program of a panel of demonstration/march/action/happening organizers to talk about their ideas, strategies, experiences and impacts including Maria Jimenez, Daniel Cohen, Elle Church and Andrea Greer, and a brief presentation by representatives from the Mayor’s office and HPD to talk about the permitting process and how to make your way through it.
ATAHouston has also launched a website with all sorts of resources for activist artists.
also by Paula Newton
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