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The Texan-French Alliance for the Arts is happy to support "All Things Beautiful"
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The Heroes of OST
Exploring the impact of "everyday heroes" in our communities
Portrait photo taken by Youth Council student
Do you know about the Heroes of OST?
Come and See, Come and See
We’ll teach you about the Heroes of OST
Come and See, Come and See

Please join us for a free, family friendly event on Saturday, August 13th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at 6413 Paris St., Houston, TX 77021. This creatively interactive event -  conceived, planned and hosted by the students of the OST Youth Council - will display the students' various artistic skills, such as portrait photography, drawing, poetry, mixed-media art, and more!

The "Heroes of OST" event is the successful result of the first "From a Space to a Place" follow-up program developed by the Texan-French Alliance for the Arts, in partnership with Agape Development and the Southeast Houston Transformation Alliance. We are thankful for all of our volunteers, partners, and sponsors who have helped make the vision of these students a reality!


TFAA is happy to announce that we are developing a partnership with the David Lynch Foundation
Thank you to our many volunteers, sponsors, and partners who are helping us make a difference every day!

Want to join the movement and make a difference?
Agape Development, Aga Kahn Foundation, Avance Houston, Avenue CDC/Go Neighborhoods, Awty International School, Blaffer Art Museum, Change Happens, City ArtWorks, The City of Houston, Driven Theater, Eyeful Art, Education Française Greater Houston (EFGH), Et Voila Theatre, Fotofest Literacy through Photography, The French Consulate in Houston, Harris County Department of Education – Case for Kids, The Houston Fine Art Fair, The Houston Parks and Recreation Department, Houston Public Library, Houston Storytellers Guild, Houston-Nice Sister City, Sister Cities of Houston, Houston Media Source, Innovate At Work, Inprint, LoneStar College, LULAC, Marshall Middle School, Midtown Management District, Neighborhood Centers Inc., PAIR, Rice University, the Rothko Chapel, Southeast Houston Transformation Alliance, Texas Children’s Hospital, Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers, the University of Houston-Downtown, The University of Houston, Virtuosi of Houston, Westchester Academy for International Studies, The W.I.D.E. School (previously Little Wonders Learning Center), Vox Culture and YMCA

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Mrs. Karine Parker
Executive & Program Director
Mrs. Hadia Mawlawi
Project Manager
Miss Britain Venner
Communication & Project Assistant