We are receiving a 7 member Public Relations Team for the remaining 2022 Fall Semester to promote "The Change" docuseries.
Conscious digital media that fills cultural gaps helps our viewers demand the kind of change they want in their lives and the world.
Rounded arguments with practical, community-based options promote greater esteem and independence in our day-to-day choices.
Dedication to the betterment of women and people of color inspires viewers to challenge the obstacles they encounter in society.
Gibbs Media Group offers video production services to women-owned businesses and brands in and around the Houston area.
If your needs are not listed or if you have more questions regarding our services, feel free to sign up for a free hour of consultation with our CEO Linda Gibbs! Please have your project details ready before meeting.
In response to COVID-19, our class had been postponed for the safety of our employees and participants. But with rising vaccinations, fewer COVID cases, and CDC Health Regulations, we are happy to reintroduce our class to the community!
"The Change: Unleashing the Wild Woman" is a limited series that will address holistic health alternatives and advocate treatments for the mental, physical, and spiritual symptoms of peri through postmenopausal women.
You'll get the chance to become an official patron of our new series soon. We are planning to launch a crowdfunding campaign through Fractured Atlas, so sign up for our newsletter if you don't want to miss the important updates!
Our documentary series takes Art Appreciation a step further: We look at the journey of each artist and capture the essence of where it has led them. Each with a different approach, a slightly different direction, but it was ART that inspired them and made them who they are today. Every episode provides life advice for aspiring artists, exposure to leading cultural icons, analysis by industry professionals, rare footage of the late Ezekiel Gibbs, and inclusive standards for the artistic process.
Life Through Art is available to Texas colleges, libraries, and museums for on-location screenings. Let us know when our docuseries can help your higher education!
Have a sneak peek at the first 2 episodes: Folk and Installation Art, which focus on Ezekiel Gibbs, Annette Lawrence, and their unique styles and voices as African American artists.
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