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Dream Affect Foundation Presents: Jubilee A Celebration of Freedom
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Roxy Wuz Here Art: Pop Up Art Show
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Pop up Art Showing!
Houston Public Library X Roxy Wuz Here Art
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Let’s talk about the other side of just saying “I’m Ok” “I’m Not Ok” is the answer to the original artwork “I’m Ok” (2019). This work is about the power of vulnerability and accepting when you know you are not at your best, acknowledging that and moving forward to implement your self care routine and management plan to reset and recharge yourself. It is important to be intentional about creating a safe space for yourself to be vulnerable. It’s ok to not be ok.Roxy Wuz Here Art’s “I’m not Ok” is currently on view through May 4, 2023 as part...
Roxy Wuz Here presented by Higham and Associates
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25th Anniversary Art on The Avenue
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