Photograph by John Guider
Teresa VanHatten-Granath is an artist living in the Denver area of Colorado. She is a former Associate Professor at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.  She taught photography and digital imaging in the Department of Art for 15 years.  She was awarded a Tennessee State Arts Commission Grant in 2010 for her sculptural photographic books and for her work on the Green Bag Lady project. Green Bag Lady is an eco-friendly art project started in 2008. Teresa and her team of volunteer "Bagettes" make fabric bags out of donated material and give them away for FREE in exchange for a promise to use them instead of paper or plastic. To date they have given away over 28,000 bags all over the world.

Currently, there are 8 Green Bag Lady Chapters:

USA Chapters:
Denver Area, Colorado (Teresa VanHatten-Granath)
Nashville, Tennessee (Ann Wehby + April Simpkins)
Knoxville, Tennessee (Sara Klisz)
Brewster, New York (Dorene Battles)
Minneapolis, Minnesota (Jen Madsen + Lisa Hoon)
Dallas, Texas (Haylee Hall)

Netherlands (Miranda Hoogenbosch)
Chilliwack, CANADA (Linda Ingram)

To learn more about Green Bag Lady watch this video. Thanks for stopping by!

Contact:  greenbagladyinfo(at)gmail(dot)com