Standing Together
Our heart goes out to all the ones who are struggling right now.

So many people have been affected in a very real way and even if we feel
helpless sometimes, we feel blessed to be part of our wonderful Houston
Texas community filled with so many compassionate and generous souls.
Let’s unite forces and rebuild together…Let's spread the light.
"The Eyes of the Northside" had a successful unveiling on June 21st at AVENUE. Yes Prep Northside students and teachers, team members of AVENUE, and The TFAA team came together to help celebrate the new community mural. 

The Eyes of the Northside was created by the From A Space To A Place students as an invitation for the Youth of the Northside to cultivate Hope and positive actions in their community. 

In case you missed the unveiling, you can visit the mural at any time! 
It's located in the Avenue homeownership parking lot at 672 Quitman St. Houston,TX. 

A huge thank you to all our partners, teachers, students, volunteers and sponsors including Avenue CDC, GO Neighborhoods Northside Houston,YES Prep Public Schools- Northside Campus, Jaimie Griffiths, Schlumberger, Engie North America, Total, Axens and our special Texan-French Alliance for the Arts summer program team, Kristina Olguin and Juliette Prehu (as well as her parents Natasha Prehu and Bertrand Prehu). Special thanks to Mary Anne Pennington for contributing so brilliantly to create the design and Jenifer Wagley and Jason Jonathan Rivas for your input, for finding the wall, for your support and your friendship.
You are invited to attend the
2017 Houston Arts Partner Conference
TFAA will be hosting a workshop and speaking at the 2017 Houston Arts Partners Conference, "Better Together: Building Community Through the Arts," on Saturday September 16, 2017.

The HAP Conference focuses on arts integration in the classroom, with over 1,000 attendees and presentations by some of the most renown educators in the world. During the conference, TFAA will introduce the From A Space To A Place holistic approach to educators from across the state for them to adopt into their own curriculum.

            “Arts integration supports meaningful learning in the arts AND academics. The arts             build community and develop empathy. Participation in the arts helps students             develop creativity, sharpen critical thinking, and find their original voice. Innovative             partnerships reach ALL learners through the arts. No matter our background, the             arts help us understand our common humanity.”
                                                                                 -Houston Arts Partners Conference

Where: George R. Brown Convention Center
When: September 15-16, 2017
Tickets: $45 to attend one day or $75 for both days

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Want to join the movement and make a difference?

Agape Development, Aga Kahn Foundation, Avance Houston, Avenue CDC/Go Neighborhoods, Awty International School, Azerbaijan Center, Blaffer Art Museum, CFISD, Change Happens, City ArtWorks, The City of Houston, Driven Theater, Eagles on the Rock Academy, Eyeful Art, Education Française Greater Houston (EFGH), Et Voila Theatre, Fotofest Literacy through Photography, The French Consulate in Houston, Harris County Public Library, 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, HISD, Houston Media Source, IEDA Relief, iEducate USA, India House, Innovate At Work, Inprint, LoneStar College, LULAC, Mark White Elementary, Marshall Middle School, Midtown Management District, Neighborhood Centers Inc., Pixels, Rice University, the Rothko Chapel, Sister Cities of Houston, Southeast Houston Taiwanese Heritage Society of Houston, Transformation Alliance, Texas Children’s Hospital, Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers, The Post Oak school, the University of Houston-Downtown, The University of Houston, UNA-USA, UNHCR, Virtuosi of Houston, Volunteer Houston, Vox Culture, Westchester Academy for International Studies, The W.I.D.E. School (previously Little Wonders Learning Center), and YMCA.

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Mrs. Karine Parker
Executive & Program Director

Juliette Prehu
TFAA Intern
Patricia Rozenberg
Project Manager

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