Trouser House is a contemporary art + urban farming initiative. The two-fold project promotes a model of sustainability defined by community involvement and public education. As a catalyst for social change, Trouser House advocates food activism and contemporary art as vehicles for improving public health and personal well-being.





3 Responses to About

  1. Karin Passmore says:

    Hi Emily,

    I want to thank you for the wonderful and inspiring visit to your gallery and urban farm. Kate’s artwork was a revelation for me; I’d never seen anything quite like it. Instead of being a fragment of art it is a full experience. The theme seems very timely for New Orleans. I enjoyed meeting the chickens too, and seeing your vegetable beds. You are a remarkable woman with a lot to share in a hurting world. May God bless all you do.

    Karin Passmore

  2. Justus Eapen says:

    I saw your WWOOF listing. Are you still taking volunteers?

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