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Name of the Organization
Henderson Art Project
Contact Person
Scott Trent
Contact phone
214-202-7325
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scott@hendersonartproject.com
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http://www.hendersonartproject.com
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Support the arts!

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At 10:51am on December 9, 2009, scott trent said…
You might find Greg Metz of UTD, comments about a public art project he created and shot in a documentary format by Dean Terry, Director of the Emerging Media and Communications department at UTD. Spoiler alert: The event ultimately took place. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97B1PJl-sRk
At 10:00am on December 9, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome to GNH Community! Glad to have you here. Now it is time to post news, events and discussions!
At 5:51pm on December 8, 2009, Ken Janke said…
Scott

Thank you for your comments and your response to my discussion. As you can see I'm trying to get things rolling on my end and I value your support and advise as we travel this road in our urban neighborhood. It means so much to me to see you on this site and to be able to draw from you and those you are collaborating with. I sure miss you.

Ken Janke
 
 
 

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