Aaron Noble, James Gulliver, Third Coast Kings, Scrapdaddy

Airs Friday August 8, at 9:00 pm on Ch. 5.1


Aaron Noble


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Muralist Aaron Noble and young artists at Albuquerque’s Warehouse 508 paint a portal to another universe.

“I want people to know that anything is possible as long as you have a belief in your ability of whatever you want to do. And the impossible can become possible.”


James Gulliver


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Drawing New York City’s buildings, illustrator James Gulliver Hancock found his sense of place.

“This project started just as a diary. It’s like my way of writing down what’s happening to me.”


Third Coast Kings


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The Third Coast Kings mix funk, jazz and Motown to create their own take on an old sound.

“I think, musically, Detroit’s got an incredibly deep musical history. So, I mean, for me it’s something very special to be a part of it in some way.”


Scrapdaddy


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Mark Bradford, a.k.a. “Scrapdaddy,” turns other people’s “junk” into magical mechanical beasts.

“You have to work with what you’ve got. That’s my motto.”

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