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Adison Freeman, Trudi Mendez, Gael Cavazos, and Peyton Vasquez (Photo: Aaron Jay Photography)
ARTcetera Houston, an interactive live arts showcase, raised more than $80,000 for the Pablove Foundation’s Shutterbugs’ healing arts program that provides photography instruction to kids with cancer. Pablove’s Shutterbugs Adison Freeman, Trudi Mendez, Gael Cavazos, and Peyton Vasquez (pictured, from left) participated in the event at the Norris Conference Center that featured local artists and allowed the guests to interact with them and witness the creative process in action. In addition to mingling with the artists, guests enjoyed food, cocktails, and silent and live auctions. The Pablove Foundation funds childhood cancer research through partnerships with MD Anderson Cancer Center and Baylor College of Medicine. To learn more about how families impacted by pediatric cancer can become involved in the Pablove Shutterbugs photography program, visit pablove.org/shutterbugs.
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