Do you remember Buzzworms in the Backyard? It was a very fun art show and contest sponsored by Don Young.
Now we have FRACK-ASO: Portraits of extraction in the Eagle Ford and Beyond sponsored by the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center in San Antonio.
Convocatoria para Propuestas Obras
Frackaso: Retratos de extracción en Eagle Ford y más allá
Larger version of flyer HERE.
Beyond means these submissions can come from anywhere. Hey, Australia! Oh, Canada! How about some New Brunswick submissions?
I know there are some wildly creative folks out there making fracking art. Get busy and get those submissions in.
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Don Young says
Thanks for mentioning Buzzworms. Buzzworms in the Backyard Strikes Back, in 2010 was even better because of industry attempt to shut down the exhibition that drew big crowds.
I did not find information on the 2010 Buzzworms and I looked on my blog. I remember taking lots of pictures and posting them. I also searched on your website but couldn’t find pictures. Puzzling. The Frack-aso people loved the Buzzworms information I sent them so if you have links please post or email.