Airs Friday August 15, at 9:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
Marie Romero Cash
Santa Fe santera Marie Romero Cash shares how she needed to push the boundaries of creativity.
“Once I started going beyond the rules, it just became a matter of one-upmanship. And I wasn’t competing with everyone else in the market, I was competing with myself.”
Turning trash into treasures, artist Richard Birkett has been making fantasy clocks for almost 30 years.
“I enjoy taking things apart. I like finding some little gadget that doesn’t work anymore, and finding out what’s inside.”
Ceramic artist Sara Swink creates characters from dreams…and nightmares.
“Judgment stops the process cold. So that’s a practice, a real everyday practice, to suspend judgment and let the ideas flow and go where the energy is.”
Playwright Tarell McCraney’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Antony and Cleopatra” takes place during the Haitian Revolution.
“What I wanted to do was make sure that if I were going to do the play “Antony and Cleopatra,” that it spoke to the people in my community.”