Waco Friends of Peace/Climate meet monthly, the third Tuesday of the month, 6 pm, at Poppo Rollo's Pizza
Westbank Meeting Room, 703 N. Valley Mills Dr., Waco, 76710. Free presentation and pizza/salad buffet.

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Environmental Film Series: May 27, 2019

Anote's Ark

Monday, May 27
Poppa Rollo's Pizza
703 N. Valley Mills Dr.
Waco
6 PM: Pasta/Vegetarian Pizza & Salad Buffet followed by business, film & discussion
 
Runtime: 77 minutes
 
The documentary for the month is Anote's Ark, an outstanding film concerning the submerging of the island nation of Kiribati and the efforts of its President, Anote Tong, to protect his people.  The film is the winner of multiple awards, including  a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 100% --  an  almost unheard of score.
 
Nominated for the Grand Jury Prize, World Cinema – Documentary at Sundance 2018 
 
Note:  At the April regular meeting attendees voted on changing the meeting date because of conflicts with the City Council business sessions on the 3rd Tuesdays.  A Monday meeting was favored by almost everyone in the room.  As it turns out the 4th Monday of the month IS available.  Thus for May we will hold our meeting on a trial basis.  And we apologize to anyone with a conflict, but we had to base a change on those members who expressed a preference on April 16.
 
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Monday, May 06, 2019

3rd Annual Climate Change Art Show

2018 1st Place Winner












Greetings Climate Change Artists---

To all our 2018 Art Show participants, we wish to provide 1st notification of the 3rd Annual Climate Change Art Exhibit.  Please save the dates and begin the thought processes for your 2019 submission.

TITLE:  3rd Annual Climate Change Art Exhibit
VENUE:  Waco Winery, 708 Austin Ave., Waco, TX 
AUGUST 25:  Drop-off Art
AUGUST 26:  Hanging of Art
AUGUST 28:  Official show opening
SEPTEMBER 14:  Show reception with program & awards, 6-8pm
SEPTEMBER 28: Last day of show.
SEPTEMBER 29-30:  Pick-up Art. 
TOPIC: All pieces should relate to some aspect of man-made climate change, including the impacts on mankind & plants/animals, and solutions
ARTISTS: Professional and amateur, Juniors. 
GENRE:  All genre accepted.  Sculptures should be small due to limited space.  
JUDGING:  Members of Waco Friends of Peace/Climate & a professional artist
PRIZES:  Similar to 2018, with $1000 for 1st place, Peoples' Choice prize
INSTRUCTIONS TO ARTISTS:  formal instruction to follow soon.
INTERACTIVE PIECE:  interactive and educational exhibit planned for 2nd stairwell.  If you would like to work on this, please contact Alan Northcutt at anorthc@aol.com   

Thank you for entering the 3rd Annual Show.  We are happy to have you back.  We plan to make this year larger and even more educational and exciting.  Detailed instructions for artists will follow soon.  

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