"Abstract Nature" Mixed Media Exhibition Opening Reception
Jan
22
5:00pm 5:00pm

"Abstract Nature" Mixed Media Exhibition Opening Reception

Help us ring in the New Year with a new exhibit in the RAF Gallery featuring art from local and international artists. Get a new view of the natural world through the eyes of an abstract artist.

Admission is free w/ a suggested $10 donation to benefit RAF.
Light refreshments will be provided.

Featured artists include:
Dennis Cady, Steve Culp, Susan Duke, Robert Fogel, Katy Merriman, Anthony Reans, Ellen Soffer, Jeremiah Teipen, Lauri Wallace, Laura Watts, Grace Ge Yao, Chuandai Hsieh Yu, Heather Evans, Jason Phipps, Antonio Pizarro, and more...
 

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Jan
22
to Mar 4

"Abstract Nature" Exhibit

Abstract Nature is a multi-media exhibit featured over 20 local and New York artists' abstractions of nature. At this exhibit you will find jewelry, sculpture, photography, and paintings using various media and technique.

The exhibit opened Friday, January 22, from 5-7 pm at a free reception. The exhibit will show through Friday, March 4th until 5 pm.

Featured artists include:

Dennis Cady, Steve Culp, Casey David, Susan Duke, Heather Evans, Robert Fogel, Susan Fortenberry, Mike Greer, Katy Merriman, Eloise Palmer, Rex Patton, Jason Phipps, Antonio Pizarro, Anthony Reans, Lauren Ross, Ellen Soffer, Jeremiah Teipen, Lauri Wallace, Laura Watts, Grace Ge Yao, and Chuandai Hsieh Yu.

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Celebrate MYM's First Birthday with the Founder of RAF
Jan
21
5:30pm 5:30pm

Celebrate MYM's First Birthday with the Founder of RAF

Celebrate our 1st Year Anniversary! We've accomplished so much, have great plans ahead, and can't wait to share it all with you. We need your support as we continue our mission to preserve, present, document, and interpret the life and art works of Marlene Tseng Yu, with "Water-Element of Life", a breathtaking show! 

WHEN:
Thursday January 21, 2016 @ 5:30-8:30pm

WHERE:
Marlene Yu Museum
710 Travis Street
Shreveport, LA 71101

Interested in becoming a Sponsor

Tickets to the Preview Gala will be available soon. 

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Louisiana Wild: A Special Evening with C.C. Lockwood
Nov
2
6:00pm 6:00pm

Louisiana Wild: A Special Evening with C.C. Lockwood

Join The Nature Conservancy in LouisianaThe Community Foundation, The Alta and John Franks Foundation, and the Rainforest Art Foundation as we celebrate the release of photographer C.C. Lockwood's new book, "Louisiana Wild: The Protected and Restored Lands of the Nature Conservancy." 

The Shreveport Times wrote an amazing article here: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/story/life/2015/10/14/love-beauty-louisiana/73940368/

C.C. will present images from the book, accompanied by music and stories. It will be a night to remember! 

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
6:00 - 8:00 PM @ the Marlene Yu Museum 
FREE and open to the public

**BOOK SALE AND SIGNING FOLLOWING THE PRESENTATION

For more information call The Nature Conservancy (225) 338-1040 or email The Community Foundation of NWLA at info@cfnla.org

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"Walk on the Wild Side" with Don Edwards
Sep
15
to Nov 6

"Walk on the Wild Side" with Don Edwards

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"Walk on the Wild Side" with Don Edwards

Rainforest Art Foundation will open for the Fall with its very first individual artist show at the Shreveport location. Everyone is invited to come take a walk on the wild side with us at the opening reception Tuesday, September 15, 2015 from 5:00-6:30 pm. Original paintings and giclees will be available for sale, with one-third of proceeds to support RAF's mission.  Light refreshments will be served and the reception will be FREE with suggested $10 donation. RSVPmymuseum@gmail.com

RAF Members are invited to join the artist after the reception for dinner (Dutch treat). RSVPmymember@gmail.com

Naturalist, photographer and wildlife artist, Don Edwards' work captures intriguing and realistic moments in nature. He has traveled to Colorado's Rocky Mountains, Wyomings Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Alaska, two trips to Africa - The Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya and Kruger National Park in South Africa has allowed him to witness, photograph and paint some of earth's greatest wildlife images.

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Climb for the Museum and Norla
Aug
3
5:30pm 5:30pm

Climb for the Museum and Norla

Everyone is invited to join us for our first ever free FUNdamentals event:

Climb for

the Museum and Norla! 

The Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum have joined hands with Norla and Climbossier to offer our community an opportunity to come and learn more about these two great non profits, as well as, experience one of our area's newest sports & recreation centers in a FUNdraising type of way! 

Bring your family and friends to Climbossier on August 3, 2015 anytime from 5:30pm-7:30pm for some fun on experienced and novice climb routes, available for young & old alike; bouldering will be availabe for the younger ones, AND everyone gets a chance to win various door prizes, #SupportLocal Swag Bags, Museum day pass & membership giveaways, refreshments, free samples, Norla t shirts and small Marlene Tseng Yu "Dream Series" posters for sale, and MORE!! 

Fleur de Crème Gourmet Ice Creams and Prepared Nutrition will be there with complimentary infused water, healthy snacks, and ice cream samples! #supportlocal

*There will be multiple activities available - all ages are welcome to join us! Children under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian there to sign a consent waiver; age 15 and under must have supervision from a parent or guardian for the duration of the event - children age 16 and older may be left and picked up afterwards after the waiver has been signed by the guardian. 

*All participants must have closed toed, tight fitting tennis shoes in order to climb. The gym can be warm so plan to wear comfortable clothing. 

This will be a free event with a suggested donation of $10 to benefit Norla and Rainforest Art Foundation. If possible, please RSVP on our Facebook event page by clicking the button below. 

This joint fundraising event is hosted by ClimBossier at Pro27 Athletics, FUNdamentals Society of Marlene Yu Museum and Rainforest Art Foundation, and Norla Preservation Project. 

Who are we? 

  • The Marlene Yu Museum's mission is to preserve, present, document, and interpret the life and works of Marlene Tseng Yu. 
  • The Rainforest Art Foundation's mission is to increase appreciation of nature through art. 
  • The FUNdamentals Society is a membership opportunity presented by the Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum to "put the FUN in FUNdraising!" 
  • The mission of the NORLA Preservation Project is to promote the preservation, restoration, and revitalization of North Louisiana's historic properties and giving them new purpose through adaptive reuse.  
  • Climbossier is a climbing training center located at Pro27 Athletics in Bossier City, LA. They offer auto belay, bouldering, modular bridge, climbing tower, warped walls, and stairs. They are available for birthday parties and events, and offer a full gym and showers. (3700 Old Shed Rd Bossier City, LA is the new location of Pro27 Athletics and Climbossier) 
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Biology & Art Exploration Program - Summer 2015
Jul
9
to Jul 29

Biology & Art Exploration Program - Summer 2015

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Everyone is invited to join us for our first annual BAEP Summer Program for kids!

Rebekah White has designed four different themes in biology and art meant to help kids learn more about the two by using both their left and right brain together. This is a fun way for kids to get more involved in both art and science. Each day will include a unique theme with 5 different stations that have a lesson paired with a craft. The art will be available to take home with you, or you may leave it with us to put on display.

The program will take place every remaining Thursday during July beginning on July 9, 2015 from 9:00 am to noon. It is a FREE, come-and-go as you please event series with a suggested $10 donation per family to benefit the Biology & Art Exploration Program (BAEP) of the Rainforest Art Foundation. The activities are crafted for ages 3-10, but all ages are welcome! Complimentary snacks and refreshments will be provided.

*PARENT/GUARDIAN MUST BE PRESENT AT ALL TIMES! 
 

Schedule:
July 9 - Butterflies & Blending
July 16 - Animals & Abstraction
July 23 - Camouflage & Composition
July 30 - Plants & Perspective

*Parents are required to be present.

Stay tuned for the latest details and please RSVP here so we know you're coming!

A HUGE THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS!


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"Crystal Reef Series" at Bossier Arts Council
Jun
13
to Jul 31

"Crystal Reef Series" at Bossier Arts Council

The 7th and final show in the Lucky Sevens Series by Marlene Tseng Yu, founder of the Rainforest Art Foundation, will take place at the East Bank Gallery in the Bossier Arts Council. The gallery is open from 11 am til 5 pm Tuesday-Saturday and by appointment with free admission. There will be a reception Saturday, June 13, 2-4PM.  

The Lucky Sevens is seven different shows at seven local venues in honor of Yu’s 77th year. The prior six shows were at Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, Robinson Film Center, Artspace, Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College, Sci-Port: Louisiana’sScience Center, and Marlene Yu Museum.

New York art critic, Donald Kuspit, Ph.D., wrote about the Crystal Reef Series in his essay, “Marlene Yu: Cosmic Inscape”.  Kuspit states, “The fractal process of chaos that informs nature becomes self-evident.  One element explodes into another, the entire process studied, with relentless curiosity, in picture after picture, the whole series forming a kind of scientific record of an experiment with raw natural matter as well as a seismographic tracing of a profound emotional experience.”

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Earth Day Celebration
Apr
22
4:30pm 4:30pm

Earth Day Celebration

Rainforest Art Foundation is excited to announce our FIRST Shreveport Earth Day Celebration! Join us for festival-style fun at the Marlene Yu Museum. There will be an array of activities, vendors, and performers. The cost of admission is FREE w/ a $10 suggested donation per family.

-Kids activities including outdoor mud painting, educational coloring activities, and a "trash" collage

-Live music from Twang Darkly

-Presentation @ 5:30 from Bayou To Bay

-Painting/Singing performance @ 6:00 from Vela Nora

-Interactive Tai Chi and Qi Gong performance by Janis Gabriel for ALL AGES!

-Group bike ride to the event and info booth with Bike Shreveport starting at Colombia Park around 6-6:30 (Like their page for announcement of official time)

-Info booths from local green groups including Green Logistics and more TBA

-Food for sale by Ki' Mexico, Blue Southern Comfort Foods, Charlie Cakeballs, Drake Catering, and Simple Cotton Candy

Bring the family out for a fun evening celebrating our planet we call home!

Additionally, this is the final day for our Matching Grant and Panda Challenges. Bring cell phones, ipods, and tablets with some extra cash to donate to both! Help the Rainforest Art Foundation continue to grow in it's first year in Shreveport.

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"Melting Glacier Series" at Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center
Mar
17
to Apr 26

"Melting Glacier Series" at Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center

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The 6th exhibition in the Lucky Seven's Series will be the "Melting Glacier Series" at Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center.

"The Glacier Melting Series started in 1965. It has continued through 2008, for it is my favorite subject. Without my realizing it, the series reflects what has become one of the most important issues today, as human lifestyles and habits increase global warming and cause glaciers to melt rapidly. I hope through my art to convey the urgent message--earth is in danger, please let us protect it together." -Marlene Tseng Yu, April 22, 2008
 

When: 3/17/15 - 4/26/15
Where: Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center
Time: Opening reception TBD
Tuesday - Saturday; 9 AM - 5 PM
Sunday; Noon - 5 PM

Sci-Port is closed on Saturday, March 7, 2015 for the Mad Scientist Ball.
Sci-Port is closed on Easter.

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Wild Turkey Dreams-Part II
Feb
28
8:00pm 8:00pm

Wild Turkey Dreams-Part II

Bourbon & Chocolate Tasting

Join us for the FUNdamental Society's PREMIER event! Let's put the FUN in fundraising. This is Part II of an evening of art, food, spirits, and fun! Perfect for a unique date night.

After filling up on beautiful art and delicious food and wine provided by Wine Country during Part 1, cap off this special evening at the Remington Suites Hotel's NEW BAR with 5 bourbon stations, a signature Remington cocktail, and chocolates while you mix and mingle with friends. At the end of the night stay at the hotel with the $99 staycation rate for the night, exclusive to the Wild Turkey Dreams event.

Bourbon: Wild Turkey: American Honey, Russell's Reserve, 81 Proof, and a surprise station

Chocolate: Fondue Fountain, Dark Chocolate Truffles, Chocolate Covered Bacon from Blue Southern Comfort Food, TBD chocolates from The Chocolate Crocodile

Raffle Prize: $5 ticket to win a bottle of "Russell's Reserve" signed by Eddie Russell*

*Eddie Russell is the son of renowned master distiller, Jimmy Russell, and the Associate Distiller for Wild Turkey. After two decades in the business, he assumed the position of Manager of Barrel Maturation and Warehousing. In this role, he collaborated with his father to create “Russell’s Reserve,” the award-winning, 10-year old small-batch bourbon that serves as testimony to the family’s heritage of distilling craftsmanship and tradition.

Tickets Prices:

$40- FUNdamental Members

$60- RAF & MYM Members

$80- Non-members (Join here to get the awesome FUNdamental discount! Membership includes invitations with discounted rates to different fundraising activities as well as RAF/MYM membership.)

To purchase tickets please call (318) 717-9111. Payable by cash, check, or credit card. RSVP on Facebook, click here.

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Wild Turkey Dreams-Part I
Feb
28
5:00pm 5:00pm

Wild Turkey Dreams-Part I

Artist Talk: "Dream Series by Marlene Tseng Yu"

Part one of an evening of art, food, and fun! This exhibition features paintings of wild women, deer, snakes, and rams for your viewing pleasure. 

Start the night out at the Meadows Museum of Art at Centenary College with the 5th exhibition of the Lucky Sevens series, 7 different exhibitions at 7 different local venues beginning with her 70th solo exhibition in honor of Marlene's 77th year. Remember your passport to get it stamped!

The Dream Series is the only series by Marlene that uses human and animal forms, but still  captures Marlene's unique style. This series tells of love stories that consist of figurative female bodies juxtaposed with various animals symbolizing males. Originally, abstract images in nature suggest similarities with the female body and animals. From this visual connection grew the Dream Series.

Wine Country Bottle Shop & Bistro will be providing dinner and wine for the evening.

Admission:

FREE! Please RSVP on Facebook - click here.

*After you fill up on delicious wine and food provided by Wine Country hop on over to the new bar at Remington Suites Hotel for the AFTER PARTY! Part II is not affiliated with Centenary College or Meadows Museum of Art in any way. This is a separate event presented by the Rainforest Art Foundation.

 

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"Dream Series" at Meadows Museum of Art
Feb
21
to May 3

"Dream Series" at Meadows Museum of Art

Marlene's 5th exhibition of the Lucky Sevens series, 7 different exhibitions at 7 different local venues beginning with her 70th solo exhibition in honor of Marlene's 77th year. Remember your passport to get it stamped!

The Dream Series is the only series by Marlene that uses human and animal forms, but still captures Marlene's unique style. This series tells of love stories that consist of figurative female bodies juxtaposed with various animals symbolizing males. Originally, abstract images in nature suggest similarities with the female body and animals. From this visual connection grew the Dream Series.

Will open at the Meadows Museum of Art on 02/21/2015 and last through 05/02/2015

There will be a reception and Artist's Talk on 2/28/2015 at Meadows Museum (5pm-7pm; FREE)
Wine provided by Wine Country Bistro & Bottle Shops
Food provided by Bistro To Go

Regular visiting hours of the Meadows Museum of Art: Tues-Fri from 11am-4pm and Sat 12pm-6pm; FREE.

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Local glass artist Minor L. Vinck's 99th birthday celebration and ribbon cutting with Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce
Jan
22
3:30pm 3:30pm

Local glass artist Minor L. Vinck's 99th birthday celebration and ribbon cutting with Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce

You're Invited!

Help us celebrate local glass artist, Minor L. Vinck's 99th birthday, individual and group artist photos, and ribbon cutting with Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce.

When: Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, 3:30-6:30 pm
Where: 710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101
Admission: FREE w/ suggested $10 donation to benefit RAF's
 Young Artist Gallery.

Ribbon Cutting

Be here at 4:00 pm sharp for the ribbon cutting ceremony with the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce. Following the ribbon cutting there will be cake served in honor of Vinck's birthday. Cake provided by his daughter, Donna Hands.

Artist Photos
Artists showing in the "Beauty and Spirit of Nature" show currently up in the RAF gallery are invited to come by at 6:00 pm so we can take individual pictures of them with their work, followed by a group photo of all artists in the show.

Minor Vinck
Vinck is a well-known glass artist whose works include copper wheel engravings, glass sculptures, and carved glass murals influenced by his love of nature and flight. Vinck harnessed skills including beveling, wheel cutting, sand carving, leaded glass, and copper wheel engraving at a home studio throughout his life.He was born on Jan. 22, 1916 in Texarkana, TX where he grew up. Vinck’s family was employed by the local glass factory leading him to take interest in glass at age 16. His family encouraged his interest by presenting him with a set of stone engraving wheels, beginning his lifelong endeavor in the arts.

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Grand Opening of the Rainforest Art Foundation
Dec
21
1:00pm 1:00pm

Grand Opening of the Rainforest Art Foundation

How did we transform a building in 10 years of decline in only 10 months?

Together, we did it for LOVE. Love of NATURE. FAMILY. ART. SHREVEPORT.

Celebrate Shreveport's First Contemporary Art Museum

Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum

PREVIEW PARTY
Thursday, December 18

GRAND OPENING
Sunday, December 21

PREVIEW PARTY
Thu Dec 18, 5:30-8:30PM
Dinner graciously donated by Petroleum Club of Shreveport and Farmer’s Seafood, cocktails, live entertainment, ribbon-cutting with Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne and Executive Director Cathy Hernandez of Louisiana Division of the Arts
RSVP by Dec 12, by credit card for online tickets or by check, $125 per person ($75 tax-deductible)
http://www.rainforestartfoundation.org/tickets/

GRAND OPENING
Sun Dec 21, 1-4PM
Food, wine, live entertainment, ribbon-cutting with Downtown Development Director Liz Swaine and officials
FREE w/suggested $10 donation per family to benefit RAF's Young Artist Gallery and Biology & Art Exploration Program

Featuring local and international, professional and emerging artists inspired by the “Beauty and Spirit of Nature” in the Main Exhibition Halls and Gift Shop—Completion of Construction Phase I.

Culinary artists: Bistro Byronz, Bistro to Go, Blue Southern Comfort Foods, Chef Eddie Mars of Petroleum Club, Chef von Noppen of cafe@artspace, Drake Catering, Farmer's Seafood Co., Fleur de Crème, Glenwood Village Tea Room, Indigo Indian Bistro, Lagniappe Foods, Lucky Palace, Rhino Coffee, Ristorante Giuseppe, Sumo Supreme Buffet, The Noble Savage, Twisted Root Burger Co., Windrush Grill,…

Performing artists: Chamber Orchestra and Dr. K’s Dance Department of Caddo Magnet High, Louisiana Dance Collective, Tchai, recordings by Twang Darkly,…

Visual artists: Shirlene Alexander, Christina Arnold, Joe Bluhm, Julie Burgin, Susan Duke, Don Edwards, Debbie Engle, Meg Fournier, Ellen Frautschi, Taffie Garsee, Curt Harville, Camille Hirsch and Louis Sicard, Bob Horne, Judy Horne, Jim Hudelson, Eva Hurskin, Dave Ivey, Lana Johnson, Casey Jones, Lynn Laird, Caitlin Lindsay, Rosalyn Liu, Katy Merriman, Jason Phipps, Henry Price, Jeanne Reed, Rachel Sangsura, Christopher Seaman, Robert Streeter, Robert Trudeau, Minor Vinck, Adam Volker, Marlene Yu,…

...And more to come. Check the Facebook event page for updates!
https://www.facebook.com/events/718439134910354/

Meet the Founder
www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR0Iv2Wf2yI

Why Shreveport?
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4H_qdXmuaD0

Marlene Yu Museum and Rainforest Art Foundation
710 Travis Street, Shreveport, LA 71101, (318) 717-9111
www.MarleneYuMuseum.org

Director Stephanie Yu Lusk
marleneyumuseum@gmail.com
rainforestartfoundation@gmail.com

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Preview Party of the Grand Opening
Dec
18
5:30pm 5:30pm

Preview Party of the Grand Opening

Dinner graciously donated by Petroleum Club of Shreveport and Farmer’s Seafood, cocktails, live entertainment, ribbon-cutting with Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne and Executive Director Cathy Hernandez of Louisiana Division of the Arts
RSVP by Dec 15.

General Tickets to the Preview Party of the Grand Opening of the Rainforest Art Foundation and Marlene Yu Museum are now available online, $125 per person.  One ticket gives you access to both of the main exhibition halls. 

Checks can be mailed to 710 Travis St., Shreveport, LA 71101. Checks payable to Rain Forest Art Foundation. Please send a note indicating the names of ticket holders to be put on the list.

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Lucky Sevens: Marlene Yu's 7 exhibitions in honor of her 70th solo exhibition in her 77th year
Sep
25
to Jul 31

Lucky Sevens: Marlene Yu's 7 exhibitions in honor of her 70th solo exhibition in her 77th year

Help us welcome with Southern hospitality this New York-based, world-renowned artist and founder of Rainforest Art Foundation:  Marlene Yu.  For details: click here.  

Join our Welcome Party!  

Sponsors benefit Rainforest Art Foundation's Young Artists Gallery, a space designed for kids to exhibit their work, participate in collaborative Kids Can art projects, learn about biology and art in summer camp style programs, and more!  Founder's dinner, recognition and tickets: click here.  

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Jul
23
to Oct 6

CALL to local artists!

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Artists residing in North Louisiana are invited to submit by October 6, 2014 via email a brief bio, a brief statement of their work, a profile or face photo, and a photo of their artwork with caption describing a particular piece's title, year, medium and dimensions for one or all of the following inaugural exhibitions:

1) The grand opening of the Rainforest Art Foundation on December 21, 2014 starts with the "Beauty and Spirit of the Rainforest" exhibition. Art may feature wildlife such as plants, flowers, animals, forest or rainforest scenes. Inaugural exhibition will celebrate Minor Vinck's glass work and nature etching on his 99th birthday on January 22, 2015. 

2) "Disappearing of the Rainforest" exhibition, spring 2015. Art may highlight green movement themes such as forest fires, landslides, deforestation, carbon emissions, endangerment to wildlife, community displacement, global warming, and glacial melting. 

3) "Nature Through the Lens" photography exhibition, spring 2015.

Writers from around the world are invited to submit a 250- to 2500-word short story in English by October 6, 2014 for the following:

A new international program for the Rainforest Art Foundation features science fiction literary, digital media and comic, and performing arts narratives of what life would be like in extreme weather conditions, where 'global weirding' is the norm. Selected works will be presented to digital media and comic artists for their interpretation of the written work, and one or two pieces may be chosen for live theater production. Projected fall 2015 to spring 2016. 

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2nd Annual Hamel's Better Beach Bash
Jul
5
9:00am 9:00am

2nd Annual Hamel's Better Beach Bash

RSVP requested, not required: http://www.facebook.com/riverrockslife/

COWABUNGA!!! Celebrate the 2nd Annual Hamel's Better Beach Bash for an unforgettable July 5th outdoors! After a 9am sign-in and memorial to 6 teens that drowned in 2010, Bayou2Bay leads a beach sweep, River Rocks Life demos water safety and paddle sport play, Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center hosts a watershed learning station, andRainforest Art Foundation organizes a trash art project. The joint fundraiser is free to public w/suggested $1 or more donation. Food trucks will serve lunch, and party-goers are encouraged to bring their own water bottles. There will be prizes for unique refuse finds and drawings from water bottle registration. Bring the entire family! :)

Press release and more info will soon be available on Facebook! :)

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