Los Angeles own Cynthia Hirshhorn, founding member of Unycyn Civic Arts Flow Project L.A. is presenting her latest project in this years LA2050.
Her latest project provides a sustainable water/energy source for the children and community of
#LosAngeles #Watts and #MarkhamMiddleSchool. Learn more and vote for her latest project by clicking here.
A native of Los Angeles, Cynthia attended Yale College, and has a BA in Cultural History and a Masters in Architecture from UCLA. She also serves on the board of directors with RiverLA and AltaSea. She brings her passion for public art, community gardens & water resiliency while advising Los Angeles ProCon.org & Action Civics CA. Promoting civic education and engagement, she created and curates flowproject.la. A resource site promoting civic education, civic arts and water resiliency. She’s also the founding member of the Los Angeles renown women’s civic leadership network- civicas.net. A growing network of women from the metro and surrounding regions of Los Angeles and Los Angeles county.
We need your VOTE to set the example to make LosAngeles a better place to LIVE for our #children & #communities at MarkhamMiddleSchool LA2050 Grants Challenge!— flowproject.la (@flowprojectla) April 22, 2019
Screenshot your confirmation, tweet it LA2050 to be entered to win a free LA2050 tote bag. https://t.co/uSgFwmh8HI pic.twitter.com/ydUfDNwvMD
Vote for @flowprojectla #FlowprojectLa wants to make LA the best place to LIVE: #MarkhamMiddleSchool to have abundant water for their community & set an example for other schools and neighborhoods #LosAngeles #Watts #LAUSD #water #STEM @LA2050 https://t.co/c6u0Idn1cd https://t.co/vcrFUBxWjM— AltaSea (@AltaSeaOrg) April 19, 2019
On this #earthday2019, help "Resiliency IN A BOX",— Skysource.org (@skysourcewater) April 22, 2019
a collaborative project with @AltaSeaOrg , @Beautify_Earth @CHealingGardens @flowprojectla and #Skysource to win a $100,000 grant from #LA2050
and make LA a better place to LIVE! https://t.co/JbRUHo6IQs