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The BioArt Bayou-Torium: A Social, Bilingual, Art and Science Project on Buffalo Bayou

The BioArt Bayou-Torium: A Social, Bilingual, Art and Science Project on Buffalo Bayou

The BioArt Bayou-torium, created by artist Henry G. Sanchez, is a science lab and art studio housed in a shipment container overlooking Buffalo Bayou in Houston’s 2nd Ward. This socially engaged, bio-art based project invites the general public to make art by investigating nature with the aid of science tools and provides bilingual pontoon boat tours of the nature and history of the bayou. The Bayou-torium’s art studio-laboratory contains microscopes, imaging equipment, traditional art supplies and classroom sized studio space for an art making experience. Bilingual art assistants with expertise in the native wildlife guide visitors to make art and lead the pontoon boat tours to introduce and educate about the complex ecosystem, the stories and history of Houston’s main waterway. The Bayou-torium launched on April 13, 2019 and continues for the next two weekends.

The BioArt Bayou-torium is across from Tony Marron Park at 901 N. York Street, 77003.

Learn more at: https://www.bioartbayoutorium.org/. Admission is Free!

BIOART BAYOU-TORIUM PONTOON BOAT TOUR SCHEDULE:

SAT April 13: 3-4pm
SUN April 14: 1-2pm and 2:30-3:30pm
SAT April 20: 1-2pm and 2:30-3:30pm
SUN April 21: 1-2pm and 2:30-3:30pm
SAT April 27: 1-2pm and 2:30-3:30pm
SUN April 28: 1-2pm

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2nd Annual Park to Port Ride – Saturday, October 3

2nd Annual Park to Port Ride – Saturday, October 3

The 2nd Annual Park to Port Bike Ride will be held Saturday, October 3, 2015. The 20-mile ride will start in Hermann Park and travel east along Brays Bayou to the Port, where there will be a turn-around celebration, sponsored by the Port of Houston Authority, with snacks, music and activities at Brady's Landing. Riders…

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Houston Chronicle: Farmers Market Delights East End’s Mixed Crowds

Houston Chronicle: Farmers Market Delights East End’s Mixed Crowds

The Houston Chronicle's Monica Rohr joined us this morning at the inaugural East End Street Market, a community project spearheaded by the East End Foundation. Her take below. Article originally appeared on Chron.com. In a neighborhood where tradition and progress are tangled in an uneasy coexistence, where a historic Latino enclave of modest, shotgun-style houses…

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