July 5–28th, 2019
Homeless Garden Project Store
1338 Pacific Avenue
Downtown Santa Cruz, CA
Nanda Currant, filmmaker and director of the Heroes and Heroines Project spoke at the opening July 5th, about the importance and role of art in service of the wild, and their focus on behalf of wolves.
The preview show is a taste of some of the work created by twenty-five artists about wolves. Art will be on display including cards, wave books, t-shirts, prints, photos, dvds, paintings and woodcuts.
Information will be available about wolf recovery past and present.
This event is timely to help oppose the recent proposal to remove them from the endangered species list. The deadline is July 15. Come and enjoy the art, sign the petition, and learn about wolves in our midst.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the wolf protection fund.
Nanda has set up a gofundme fundraising page for the project at: Fundraiser for Heroes and Heroines Project
artwork shown: “Eurasian Wolf” © by Nanda Currant