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The Wonder Ball 2024 Recap

Fresh Arts’ Annual Gala Took Guests Down the Rabbit Hole of Houston’s Vibrant Arts Culture

This magical night was filled with off-the-wall entertainment and inspiring support from attendees who raised critical funds to advance Fresh Arts’ mission.

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Hello, 2024!

Hello, Fresh Arts friends and supporters, The Fresh Arts team is excited to share a sneak peek of what’s in store for 2024! From a

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August 2023 STAResident: Keeley Dunnam

Fresh Arts is proud to highlight Keeley Dunnam and her project Telephone 2.0 as our August 2023 STAResident. Keeley’s project, Telephone 2.0, was all about bridging the gap between performance and visual art and bringing multiple perspectives together in a single space. In a series of interactive workshops led by Keeley, participants used a dance piece as the inspiration for their own pieces of artwork, created in their preferred mediums. The result was a beautiful blending of disciplines and indivudual expressions of emotion.

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July 2023 STAResident: Dr. Lindsay Gary

Fresh Arts is proud to highlight Dr. Lindsay Gary, founder of Dance Afrikana as our July 2023 STAResident. Her project, titled Dancing Home (to) Houston, featured three jam-packed weeks of African Diasporic dance workshops and performances for kids, elders and everyone in between, immersive and interactive exhibitions, live podcast recordings, oral history collections, and more.

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June 2023 STAResident: Ruby Rivera

Fresh Arts is proud to highlight Ruby Rivera and her organization Texas Salsa Congress (TSC) as our June 2023 STAResident. Her project, titled Summer of Salsa y Mas, featured three fun-filled weeks of salsa workshops and performances, multi-disciplinary artist collaborations, and interactive paint & dance activities for the community.

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