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Published in : 2013-04-26 | by New Mexico PBS
COLORES! PHOTOGRAPHER MICHAEL BERMAN SHOWS US WHAT IS BEYOND THE SCIENCE OF ECOLOGY BY CAPTURING THE OPEN SPACES OF ...
Published in : 2014-11-20 | by New Mexico PBS
Albuquerque's Michael Hudock creates abstract paintings that are inspired by reality. “I'm attracted to surfaces that have been affected by the elements, by time, ...
Published in : 2018-04-17 | by New Mexico PBS
From prehistory to the present, New Mexico has long possessed cultures of adornment. Albuquerque Museum's curator of art, Andrew Connors, shares how ...
Published in : 2013-04-25 | by New Mexico PBS
Each year in New Mexico, about 100 youth in foster care will hit age 18. That means they are then defined as adults and lose most of the services they rely upon ...
Published in : 2018-03-23 | by New Mexico PBS
Abiquiú's Sabra Moore shares her role in bringing the feminist voice to life. “It was a form of storytelling and it was through that shared experience that we really ...
Published in : 2013-11-08 | by New Mexico PBS
COLORES! NEW MEXICO PHOTOGRAPHER ROBERT CHRISTENSEN MAKES PORTRAITS OF BUILDINGS THAT REFLECT THE RUGGED AND ...
Published in : 2015-01-27 | by New Mexico PBS
On location for “Tribeca Hacks ” hackathon at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, COLORES! follows a team that focuses on language ...
Published in : 2017-10-09 | by New Mexico PBS
Living as her authentic self, photographer April Hartford chronicles the inner journey of gender transformation. “These images are trying to portray that aspect of ...
Published in : 2013-10-17 | by New Mexico PBS
COLORES! Dr. Jonathan Wolfe helped Albuquerque become the fractal capital of the world and shares his inspirations and insights. "Fractals are the pictures of ...
Published in : 2013-11-22 | by New Mexico PBS
COLORES! In the first of a two part interview, film director Chris Eyre, winner of the Sundance Filmmakers Trophy and Audience Award and winner of Best Film ...