The film demonstrates the power of finding, nurturing and polishing the hidden assets of a neighborhood. [-Bruner-Loeb Forum]
On Thursday April 24 at 7:00 p.m. we are thrilled to present a screening of
Third Ward TX
at The Little Theatre for the film selection at the 2014 New York Statewide Preservation Conference.
From the film’s website
Houston, TX– A row of born-again shotgun houses is the unlikely home of cutting-edge art and visionary thinking about inner-city renewal.
THIRD WARD TX introduces artists and neighbors of Project Row Houses who are breathing new life into their historically black community. Success attracts new real estate speculation as Project Row Houses races to create its own development plans that honor the history and culture of the Third Ward and strengthen community ties.
Attendees are in for a special treat as Producer Nancy Bless will hold a Q & A after the film!
A ticket for the film is included with your Conference registration, or tickets can be purchased separately.
Tickets will be available at The Little Theatre box office tonight for the film, just $12 and also includes dessert reception following the film at 2 Vine Restaurant.
The film is presented in collaboration with WXXI/The Little Theatre and Greentopia | FILM.
Sponsored by Clark Patterson Lee Design Professionals