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Fashion Designer Tina Knowles and Interior Designer/Renowned Houston philanthropist Anita Smith to Chair Houston’s Largest Interactive Charity Paint Party "Prescription: Paint 2013"

Online PR News – 06-November-2013 – Houston, TX – Houston, TX—The Art Project, Houston, a project of the Bread of Life Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is pleased to invite the communities of Houston to its 3rd Annual FUNdraiser Prescription: Paint 2013, with Honorary Chairs fashion designer Tina Knowles and interior designer/Houston philanthropist Anita Smith. The event largely supports the Bread of Life, Inc. and its efforts to facilitate mental healing and life transitions of Houston’s homeless. This year’s paint party will be led by renowned watercolorist Joe Synan and will be held Saturday, December 7, 2013 at the Knowles-Rowland Center at St. John’s Downtown (2019 Crawford St., Houston, TX 77002) from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM.

Dubbed “The largest interactive paint party in the City of Houston”, Prescription: Paint 2013 offers contributors and participants an extraordinary experience brimming with food, fun, music and inspiring, creative expression. Guests will enjoy breakfast, socialize and be guided through an instructional painting session, all while contributing to The Art Project, Houston and the Bread of Life’s joint mission.

Tickets for Prescription: Paint 2013 start at $100 donations for individuals. Individual tickets and limited donations can be purchased at www.theartprojecthouston.org. All proceeds go to the support of The Bread of Life and the needs of its clients.

For media inquiries about Prescription: Paint 2013, The Art Project, Houston, interview opportunities and media access to the event, please contact Kelly King at 281.241.9503.

The Art Project, Houston is a therapeutic art and empowerment program of the Bread of Life, Inc. facilitating the recovery and discovery of the creative self for hungry, homeless and transitioning individuals in Houston, Texas. The idea to act upon this initiative was developed by Juanita Rasmus out of her desire to help people express their creativity and empowering them through artistic endeavors. The project concept emerged during her recovery from cancer. The project was launched in August 2010 with over 85 artisans consisting of clients from the Bread of Life emergency shelter, Temenos Place Apartment Residents (a transitional to permanent housing program), art patrons from the community and members of St. John’s Downtown. The Art Project, Houston seeks to empower our city’s homeless to become hope-filled artisans who will craft their own livelihood and create lives filled with new possibilities.