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"As Irma struck over the surrounding of my house, knocked down 100 years old giant banyan tree, I was frozen with fear, witnessing the power and anger of Mother Earth," she said. "I am more committed than ever to share the facts about global warming through my work."

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Ocean pollution is one of the biggest threats to the oceanic ecosystem. Oil spills, plastic, toxic waste and human activities have contributed to polluting our oceans, causing a great number of...
Global warming is a gradual increase in the Earth’s temperature, which is now becoming a threat to all forms of life on our planet. As the Earth’s temperature gets warmer each year, weather patterns...
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The facts of climate change and global warming are beyond serious dispute, and artists are in the forefront of using their creativity to confront the many environmental challenges the world will face in the very near future. Artists have long responded to cultural, social and political situations and crises with images that can speak with far more power than words and protests. For years, Huong has been a leader in addressing current events through personal experiences, from war-torn refugee...
Thursday, November 23, 2017
MIAMI – With a backdrop of an unprecedented hurricane season and a rapid politicization of science, Miami artist Huong is preparing for the unveiling a new mural focused on the startling reality of climate change at Miami Art Palace this Win Season, Saturday, December 1, 2017. In the destructive aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Huong – like many who have experienced the growing intensity of storms – has been shocked by the Trump administration's denial of the manmade impact on global weather...
Friday, August 25, 2017
A warm hello from the artist, hi art lovers, how was your summer ? had a ton of fun with the love ones ? I has been feverishly plowing through to finish for the new Global warming mural soon to to unveil in Miami in November 1st, But at this moment I just want to take a break from the studio to send you this greeting and announce this new story will be air by PBS tonight at 7:30 pm Friday 8/25/2017. Let's say No More War and thank you for standing with me for peace and Justice all these years,...
Tuesday, November 08, 2011
On a cold, bitter January 20, 2009, before sunrise, I – joined by 1.8 million people – stepped on to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to witness history—the Presidential Inauguration of our 44th President, Barack Obama. I was part of a new era of America, the country that had gently but securely adopted me after my escape from Vietnam in 1975. My past suddenly slipped into the darkness and a renewed sense of hope emerged in front of me, brightly illuminating the future, suddenly within...
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Demarais was interested in both art and music. During high school, he spent his weekends across the Hudson River playing jazz trumpet across the Greenwich Village. He was drafted into the army during the last months of World War II and performed with the army band throughout Europe. After his discharge from the army in 1947, there was an unsettled period until 1948 when he entered the Manhattan School of Music and completed a Master Degree in Music Theory and Music Education. His visible...



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