Updated: Jan 15
Reported by Tre Magazine |
Williamsburg Enterprises a Major Commercial Real Estate Company had its honorary ribbon cutting commemorating, yet another historic mural created by Solel International nonprofit organization. The Mural included people from within the OST South Union area that performed good works for the community. The joint effort from the OST/South Union CDC, Williamsburg Enterprises and Solel International organization have sparked the flame of community revival through art, culture, and technology. Partrons will be able to try the augmented reality feature seeing real video pop through the art! The Historic Ribbon Cutting was at 6102 Scott Street, Houston, Texas from 11:30pm to 1:00pm, October 22, 2020. Honorees included in the Mural are Swatara and Sentwali Olushola, Cavanaugh Nweze, Husani Sallah, and Terry Garner. Artists honored from Solel INT, for their hard work are Julian Genesis Beasley, Hanso, Patrick Guillory, Sd Supreme, Michel FG, David Romo and last Danny Asberry El, president of the nonprofit and artist. Solel International is the first arts organization in Houston to combine augmented reality and large-scale Murals. Solel’s FIRST historical piece can be found in Independence Heights on the Whole Foods Building 101 N Loop W, Houston, TX 77018, with the help of uncover everything, a premier app founded by Damien Johnson, you can enjoy it’s interactive components.