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Houston Arts Partners Conference 2016
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The Texan-French Alliance for the Arts is excited to announce that we will be participating in the 2016 Houston Arts Partners Conference as a new HAP Affiliated Cultural Organization. The HAP Conference focuses on arts integration in the classroom, with this year's motto being "Motivate - Engage - Transform."

The 2016 Houston Arts Partners Conference will be held on Friday, September 9th (from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and Saturday, September 10th (from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) at the Alley Theatre (615 Texas Avenue, Houston, Texas 77002). We will be presenting our "From a Space to a Place" program on Saturday, September 10th from 10:30-11:30 a.m. alongside our partners, FotoFest Literacy Through Photography, YES Prep Northside, and the M.D. Anderson Family YMCA.

Please visit this link to register and to learn more about the conference!
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Houston Art Fair 2016
Discover why Houston is the third largest art buying market in America
Please join us for the sixth annual Houston Art Fair! This year's fair will be held from Thursday, September 29th to Sunday, October 2nd at Silver Street Event Space – an exciting new event space in Houston. The Texan-French Alliance for the Arts will have a booth at the fair, where you can learn more about our current programs and participate in a small creative workshop!

The Houston Art Fair aspires to reflect Houston’s sophisticated and diverse collecting practices, where art enthusiasts will encounter an international cross-section of works in all media – from past to present. The fair will feature modern and contemporary masters, mid-career and emerging artists from around the globe. The Houston Art Fair also features memorable onsite installations and special projects, plus an invigorating program of panel discussions and events designed for both novice and experienced collectors.

Please visit to learn more!

"Be the Peace - Be the Hope"
Connecting children from across the world through simple actions
As one of the founding partners, the Texan-French Alliance for the Arts is excited to share more information about the "Be the Peace - Be the Hope" program in the near future. This pilot program invites the youth from our schools and community centers to spread hope locally and globally by sharing a spirit of hope, peace and mutual concern with children in refugee camps.

Stay tuned for The Power of Art: Part 2 to learn more!
This program is led and supported by a collective of prominent Houston and International organizations including NGOs; Cultural Institutions; Community and Artistic non-profits; Private Institutions: IEDA Relief, UNA-USA, Texan-French Alliance for the Arts, Volunteer Houston, FotoFest International, David Lynch Foundation, HISD, CFISD, The Wide School, Harris County Public Library, Houston Public Library, City of Houston, Aga Khan Foundation, Taiwanese Heritage Society Houston, Houston-Nice Sister City Committee, Azerbaijan Center Houston, Innovate At Work, Americorps Vista, Pixels, The Center for the Healing Arts & Sciences.  

Thank you to our many volunteers, sponsors, and partners who are helping us make a difference every day!

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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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