Project aDOORe artwork exhibit to visit Hermann Park 

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A traveling fine arts exhibit of doors known as Project aDOORe will stop at Hermann Park’s Lake Plaza on Saturday, March 3 at noon as part of Hermann Park’s 8th annual Student Performance Series.

Project aDOORe Houston aims to strengthen school communities that were most impacted by Hurricane Harvey by providing students with a means to heal through the creation of art. Students from 26 HISD campuses turned doors from storm-damaged homes into works of art that have been showcased throughout the city.  

Student performers from two schools with doors on display will accompany the exhibit at Hermann Park: the Meyerland Middle School for Performing and Visual Arts Dance Ensemble and the Bellaire High School eMotion Dance Company.

This exhibit will also include blank doors from homes damaged in Harvey for the audience to interact sign.

For more information on Project aDOORe Houston, follow @HISDFineArt and #ProjectaDOOReHouston on Twitter.