Airs Friday January 24, at 9:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
New Mexico photographer Dana Foy shares his experience of capturing what he calls the expanded moment.
“What I am doing is trying to find something that’s unique and see it not only in space but see it in time and space.”
Cree First Nations artisan Chholing Taha’s vivid paintings tell a universal story about humanity.
“I want people to find that mystery in the pictures regardless of their ethnicity.”
Grammy-winning composer Gabriela Frank, keeping with her Latin American heritage, re-creates the sounds of native instruments, while scoring for Western ensembles.
“This whole project is about the coming together of cultures. And we are doing that through the lens of music.”
Amelia Fais Harnas
Artist Amelia Fais Harnas embraces a pioneering spirit and creates portraits out of red wine.
“The greatest challenge is the fact that these are very organic things that I am using; the cotton, the wax the wine.”