Glass artist Elodie Holmes, a rare Picasso sculpture, a play by CalArts students, and “Airigami” artists Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle

Air Date: Saturday April 1st at 4pm on 5.1

ELODIE HOLMES
Using an ancient Italian color recipe, Santa Fe glass artist Elodie Holmes creates vivid, colorful sculpture.

“I often refer to it as not only the making of glass, but to see the final product as the art of astonishment - because it’s like, wow, did I really make that happen?!”

RARE PICASSO SCULPTURE
One of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso’s little-seen sculpture is exhibited at MMA, in New York City.

CALARTS PLAY
CalArts students produce a play that dramatizes the traumatic but hopeful journey of unaccompanied minors seeking a new life in the U.S.

AIRIGAMI
Artists Larry Moss and Kelly Cheatle create Airigami, large-scale installations made entirely out of balloons.

“Balloons are something that people play with. So we work in a medium that allows people to play and enjoy and smile.”

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Celebrating the creative spirit, ¡COLORES! broadcasts Saturday afternoons at 4pm. ¡COLORES! is a production of New Mexico PBS/KNME-TV. Funding for ¡COLORES! was provided in part by, The Nellita E. Walker Fund, KNME-TV Endowment Fund, The Great Southwestern Arts & Education Endowment Fund… and Viewers Like You.