Segment 2 - Details on a program called "Sacred Sites Quest" that gives young people an opportunity to travel abroad and collaborate with young men and women from foreign lands on public art projects. The program expands horizons and helps the young people with team building skills. Guests are Reginald Adams, a Public Artist and Community Developer and Lyell Davis, Jr., a student at Mickey Leland College Prep Academy in Fifth Ward. Davis traveled with the organization to Ecuador. For more information, visit www.ssqie.com
Segment 3 - Artist and University of Houston-Downtown Art Professor, Floyd Newsum, discusses the selection of one of his paintings to be a permanent part of the National Museum of African American History in Washington, DC. The painting is called, "After The Storm CNN." Newsum is one a handful of Houstonians to donate to the new museum.
Segment 4 - A profile of rising jazz artist, Chelsey Green. Green is a violinist from Houston with extensive training in classical music. But she now creates intoxicating music combining jazz, R&B, Blues and classical. Her latest release, "The Green Project" debuted at number 22 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Album Chart. For more information, visit www.chelseygreen.com