What :

*Art Opening- Massive Global warming mural unveils by Huong


* Public Speakers on Global warming: Dr Henry A. Briceno from FIU
and speaker from Broward Environment and Protection Agency

* Global warming workshop - Public free of charge- by artist Huong &staffs

When :

Saturday May 5, 2018 at 1 -4pm

Where :

Gallery 6th. Broward Main Library. 100 S Andrew Avenue, Ft Lauderdale FL 33301

Who :

Present by Peace Mural Foundation and Broward Main Library.

Person to contact:

- Barbara Miller, Program manager <>  Tel 954-357-7443


- Artist Huong <> , tel 305-549-8095



The Global Warming Mural by Huong

Ft Lauderdale :- 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 to the search for world peace, a quest driven by spiritual belief and moral strength and dignity. She has always sought to not only expose controversial topics, but to create a platform for discussion through her art and invite public participation and interaction. The Global Warming Mural is her latest large-scale project and the success of its message will depend on civic engagement, understanding and participation

The Global Warming Mural is both deeply spiritual and environmentally reflective as it brings into view the sheer enormity of climate change, with soaring temperatures, sinking cities and mass extinctions that are already affecting every corner of the earth. Images of natural beauty are challenged in the vastness of over 500 oil paintings that immediately appear to be beautiful and colorful images of nature, but on closer inspection reveal a serious message about the threats that will destroy the environment. The ocean serves as the backdrop for her concerns. It is water that covers most of our earth, and for all its beauty, it is also a place of death that is now beyond the natural cycles as we pollute and destroy its fish, plants, and unique creatures. On the surface of her paintings of ocean life and splendid shades of blue are poignant quotes from scientists, activists and the public that are as provocative as they are inspirational. For Huong, the strength of the messages that inform her works is an important integration of word and image that elevates the mural above the merely aesthetic into the realm of political and social activism.

Carol Damian, Ph.D




For more information, please contact Huong, Cell (301)830-3722