Lexicon of Sustainability Premieres New Work at (Insert Event Name and Short Descriptive Text) Example: Lexicon of Sustainability Premieres New Work at California Academy of Arts and Science First-Ever Exhibit for Nature and Conservation Photography (City / Town Location in All Caps, State in Regular Script, Date Written Out) This (Day Written Out), The Lexicon of Sustainability premieres a new series of informational artworks at the (Location, Event Title, Short Special Adjectives About Event). Example: SAN FRANCISCO, California, July 28, 2014 - This Thursday, The Lexicon of Sustainability premieres a new series of informational artworks at the Cal Academy’s inaugural exhibition focused on nature and conservation, “BigPicture NightLife”. Insert a quote here. Example: “We are honored to premiere new work at NightLife,” said Lexicon of Sustainability Founder, Douglas Gayeton, who is also the artist behind the Lexicon’s imagery. “The Lexicon’s solutions-oriented mission pairs well with the CalAcademy’s. We’re both about education and inspiration.” Is this pop up show centered around another point of interest or event? If so, state that here as a new, punchy paragraph. Example: The exhibition is part of a special award ceremony for the Academy’s inaugural BigPicture Natural World Photography Competition. That evening, the Lexicon will be joined by a who’s who of conservation photographers including Art Wolfe, whose nature and cultural photography workshops, fine art prints, and books engage viewers with their local and global environments. “What began as a sustainable conversation has led to a Good Food Revolution,” says Douglas Gayeton, co-founder of the Lexicon of Sustainability. “It isn’t happening in galleries and museums; it’s happening at our local supermarkets, at our corner stores, at farmers markets and roadside food stands and grange halls and school gardens across the country, so it makes sense that the Lexicon traveling show appear in those places, curated by the very people trying to build more resilient food networks in their communities.” Tickets are available in advance for HOW MUCH at INSERT LINK. INSERT IF NECESSARY: It is a 21+ event and IDs are required. Example: Tickets are available in advance for $12 at http://bit.ly/1sC9r9L. It is a 21+ event and IDs are required. About The Lexicon of Sustainability The Lexicon of Sustainability inspires people to pay closer attention to where their responsibility begins for creating a healthier, safer food system in America. The Lexicon does this with an award winning “Know Your Food” film series of PBS.org, a book published by Harper Collins in June 2014 entitled Local: The New Face of Food and Farming in America, a high school education class, “Project Localize”, which connects students with their local food producers, a pop-up art show project seen by over 500,000 people, and Food List, a solutions-oriented online campaign.