Harambee Art Gallery is a fine art gallery focused on advancing environmental art by promoting the use of recycled materials in art and design. Located downtown, in the HTV offices of Houston City Hall, at 901 Bagby Street, with additional locations in the historical Houston Area Urban League building at 1301 Texas Avenue and the SHAPE Community Center Harambee building at 3903 Almeda Road, in Midtown Houston, the gallery houses a full array of original paintings, sculptures, multi-media artwork and art furniture. In addition, Harambee Art Gallery offers classes for students of all ages and exhibit opportunities for emerging and established local, national and international artists. The gallery provides support for artists of all genres by partnering with arts related organizations to present a variety of cultural programs through its production company, Harambee Productions. Additionally, Harambee Art Gallery features part of the Charles Washington collection, his “What’s in a Door?” project and is the official home of the Art Is, Flower Man Tribute and Classy Red award winning art cars when they are not on tour.