Painting Taos

PaintingTaos

Feed Date/Schedule:

Thursday, July 19
1230 -1330 ET
HD05

 

Press Materials:

Photos are for editorial use only in conjunction with the direct publicity or promotion of this program, for a period of three years from the program's original program offer date, unless otherwise noted. No other rights are granted. All rights reserved. -- All images are .jpgs unless indicated.

Photos


PAINTING TAOS - Star Road and White Sun by Ernest L. Blumenschein, 1920, Oil Painting,
Courtesy The Albuquerque Museum

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PAINTING TAOS - Pastor De Cabras Neo Mexicano, by William Herbert Dunton, 1926,
Courtesy The Albuquerque Museum

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PAINTING TAOS DVD Cover
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Press Release
Video


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Contact


Promotional Contact:
Michael Privett
New Mexico PBS Marketing Manager
(505) 277-1230
mprivett@nmpbs.org

Press Contact:
Evy Todd
New Mexico PBS Publicist
(505) 277-1218
etodd@nmpbs.org

Program offer details:

Program Title/NOLA:
Painting Taos
TING 000

# of Episodes:
1/60

Length:
56:46

Rights:
Unlimited 3 years

Short Program Description:
Explore the colorful history that allowed six painters to turn a small mountain village in New Mexico into a premier American art destination.

Long Program Description:
PAINTING TAOS explores the colorful early 20th century history that allowed six relatively unknown painters — collectively known as the Taos Society of Artists — to turn a small mountain village in New Mexico into a premier American art destination, in just a few short decades. A New Mexico PBS original production.

Production Format:
HD Base
Stereo
Closed Captioned

Producer:
New Mexico PBS

Presenting Station/Group:
New Mexico PBS/KNME

Broadcast History:

Content Alert:
None

Videos Available:
N/A

Tag Language:
N/A

Promotional Contact:
Michael Privett

Press Contact:
Evy Todd

Promotional Material:
Promo, press release, photos

Local Underwriting Cleared:
No

Underwriting Language:
No

Cost/Conditions:
Free upon notification of intent to carry.

Painting Albuquerque

Painting Albuquerque

Feed Date/Schedule:

Monday, July 16
1230 -1330 ET
HD05

Press Materials:

Photos are for editorial use only in conjunction with the direct publicity or promotion of this program, for a period of three years from the program's original program offer date, unless otherwise noted. No other rights are granted. All rights reserved. -- All images are .jpgs unless indicated.

Photos


PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Raymond Jonson, Casein Tempera No. 6, 1941, UNM Art Museum
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Carl von Hassler, Sandia Pueblo, ca. 1925, Collection Arthur V. Hull
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Betty Sabo, Vegetable Stand, ca.1985, Collection of Dorothy & Larry Rainosek
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Clinton Adams, Return to Collioure, 1997, Collection UNM Art Museum
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Elaine de Kooning, Albuquerque, 1960, Collection Bob and Linda Schmier
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Frank Mcculloch, Arroyo Seco, 1986, Collection The Albuquerque Museum
Credit: Matthew Roybal

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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Frederick Hammersley, Sacred and Pro Fame, 1978, The Albuquerque Museum
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Helen Hardin, Listening Woman, 1982, Courtesy Cradoc Bagshaw
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Howard Schleeter, Figures #1, 1958, Collection Michael Kamins
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Pablita Velarde, Old Father The Storyteller, 1959, Estate of Margarete Bagshaw
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Richard Diebenkorn, Untitled, 1951, The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation
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PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE - Romero de Romero, The Black Shawl, 1933, NM Museum of Art
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Press release
Video

View / download trailer (Note: This link will take you to a Google Drive file. To download, click the arrow in the upper right corner.)

Contact


Promotional Contact:
Michael Privett
New Mexico PBS Marketing Manager
(505) 277-1230
mprivett@nmpbs.org

Press Contact:
Evy Todd
New Mexico PBS Publicist
(505) 277-1218
etodd@nmpbs.org

Program offer details:

Program Title/NOLA:
Painting Albuquerque
PABQ 000

# of Episodes:
1/60

Length:
58:20

Rights:
Unlimited 3 years

Short Program Description:
This groundbreaking program is one of the first full-length documentaries to bring together the stories of Albuquerque’s painters.

Long Program Description:
PAINTING ALBUQUERQUE is one of the first full-length documentaries to bring together the stories of Albuquerque’s painters. This groundbreaking program celebrates the culturally diverse painters and institutions that have contributed to Albuquerque’s cultural identity and artistic legacy. A New Mexico PBS original production.

Production Format:
HD Base
Stereo
Closed Captioned

Producer:
New Mexico PBS

Presenting Station/Group:
New Mexico PBS/KNME

Broadcast History:

Content Alert:
None

Videos Available:
N/A

Tag Language:
N/A

Promotional Contact:
Michael Privett

Press Contact:
Evy Todd

Promotional Material:
Promo, press release, photos

Local Underwriting Cleared:
No

Underwriting Language:
No

Cost/Conditions:
Free upon notification of intent to carry.

June Pledge Programming

New Shows – June 2018 Pledge Drive

All NEW Programs & Specials are listed below in chronological order, June 2-10.

Mister Rogers It's You I Like

MISTER ROGERS: IT'S YOU I LIKE


Ch. 5.1 - Sunday, 6/3 at 7 pm



Join host actor Michael Keaton to celebrate MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD, the pioneering, award-winning children's series that premiered nationally 50 years ago. Celebrities, cast members and Joanne Rogers reveal their favorite memories from the series.

Benise Fuego Roses-to-Thorns3

BENISE: FUEGO! THE SPIRIT OF SPAIN


Ch. 5.1 - Saturday, 6/2 at 7:30 pm; Sunday, 6/3 at 11:30 pm; Wednesday, 6/6 at 8 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Sunday, 6/3 at 7 pm


Benise, ‘The Prince of Spanish Guitar,’ takes us on a romantic and exotic journey of music and dance that celebrates the fire, passion, and spirit of Spain. Hear his signature guitar twist on such classics as Granada, Malaguena, Moonlight Sonata, Asturias, and Adagio, backed by a full complement of musicians and elaborately choreographed dancers.

NATURE: SEX, LIES AND BUTTERFLIES

NATURE: SEX, LIES AND BUTTERFLIES


Ch. 5.1 - Sunday, 6/3 at 10 am and again at 5:30 pm


Butterflies have been making our planet more interesting and beautiful for more than 50 million years, and today a dazzling array of nearly 20,000 different species inhabit the globe. Follow the lives of these incredible and important insects from egg to caterpillar to chrysalis to the emergence of the mature winged creature, through sophisticated macro-filming as they also follow one of the greatest migrations on Earth. Narrated by actor Paul Giamatti.

Fleetwood Mac The Dance

FLEETWOOD MAC: THE DANCE


Ch. 5.1 – Monday, 6/4 at 7 pm and Sunday, 6/10 at 3 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Thursday, 6/7 at 7 pm


This highly anticipated special reunites Lindsey Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, John McVie and Stevie Nicks for their first full-length concert performance in 15 years. Features songs from the group's latest CD "The Dance," as well as new arrangements of classic hits.

Australian pink floyd

AUSTRALIAN PINK FLOYD SHOW – EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN


Ch. 5.1 – Wednesday, 6/6 at 7 pm and Saturday, 6/9 at 11:30 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Thursday, 6/7 at 9 pm


This new concert special bursting with Pink Floyd's most beloved songs was filmed throughout Germany in 2016. Australian Pink Floyd, the worldwide-touring tribute band, recreates the musical and visual concert experience of one of rock music's most iconic groups.

Celtic Gold

CELTIC GOLD: AN IRISH SONG AND DANCE JOURNEY


Ch. 5.1 - Thursday, 6/7 at 7 pm


Recorded at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Celtic Gold is a unique celebration blending different styles, forms and traditions of Irish music, song and dance from all around the Emerald isle. Starring James Greenan of Riverdance; Rob Vickers, West End star of Les Miserables; and rising star Lisa Canny, named the UK’s Future Music Songwriting Champion.

foreveryone.net

FOREVERYONE.NET


Ch. 5.1 – Friday, 6/8 at 8:30 pm and Tuesday, 6/18 at 10:30 pm


33-year-old computer programmer named Tim Berners-Lee changed the world forever when he invented the World Wide Web in 1989. His visionary decision to make it a free and accessible resource sparked a global revolution in how we communicate and participate in public life. After 25 years outside the spotlight, Sir Tim Berners-Lee emerges to tell his story for the first time and discuss new threats to Internet access as we know it.

Painting Taos

PAINTING TAOS


Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 6/10 at 6:00 pm


A New Mexico PBS Original Production - In the early 20th century, six relatively unknown painters — collectively known as the Taos Society of Artists — helped turn a small mountain village in New Mexico into a premier American art destination. PAINTING TAOS reveals how these young, ambitious artists captured the "vanishing" West for an America on the brink of modernity. At the heart of this documentary lies the artists' work and their own words. Their letters and diaries detail their struggle to build careers in a rough frontier town and chart their ongoing love affair with the Taos landscape.

Winter Pledge Specials

PAINTING SANTA FE


Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 6/10 at 7:30 pm


A New Mexico PBS Original Production - Focusing on the founding of the Santa Fe Arts Colony, this program tells the fascinating history of Santa Fe’s transformation from an adobe village to a world-renowned center for the arts. The film celebrates the history, artists, and patrons of this unique chapter in American art.

May Memorial Day Programming

New Mexico & The Vietnam War: Dotty Beatty

NEW MEXICO AND THE VIETNAM WAR: 10 PORTRAITS


Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 5/6 at 6:00 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Sunday, 5/27 at 7:00 pm

A New Mexico PBS Production A new special focusing on New Mexico’s diverse Vietnam War veterans, their families, and the South Vietnamese refugees that played a major role in the Vietnam War. A daring helicopter rescue, caring for the wounded and dying, surviving a concentration camp -- these first person accounts share dramatic stories of honor, courage, loss, and renewal.

our stories vietnam

OUR STORIES: VIETNAM

Produced by KRWG (PBS – Las Cruces, NM) -- A 3-part documentary series featuring 15 Vietnam Veterans from southern New Mexico.


Part 1

Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 5/13 at 6:00 pm

Six stories covering an advisor, negotiating a rescue ceasefire, a painful frightening night waiting for medics, valor to earn a purple heart, the mechanic that kept pilots safe, and questions of faith.


Part 2

Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 5/20 at 6:00 pm

Five stories of one of the first pilots to land at Da Nang after Tonkin Bay, Part B of an earned Purple Heart, a minesweepers worst fear, a recipient of a Silver Star and keeping control of supplies.


Part 3

Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 5/27 at 6:00 pm

The final 5 stories begin in downtown Saigon the morning Tet started, a Purple Heart recipient that didn’t leave anyone behind, with 2 Purple Hearts meet the “Luckiest Man Alive,” the volunteer point man recounts the longest night of his life and the “raiding” Para-Rescue airman.

BATTLE OF CHOSIN- AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

BATTLE OF CHOSIN: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE


Ch. 9.1 – Sunday, 5/20 at 7:00 pm


Note: Best-Selling New Mexico Author Hampton Sides is featured in this program. -- Revisit this pivotal 1950 Korean War battle through the eyewitness accounts of participants. A harrowing story of bloody combat and heroic survival in the first major military clash of the Cold War.

SURVIVORS OF MALMEDY: DECEMBER 1944

SURVIVORS OF MALMEDY: DECEMBER 1944


Ch. 5.1 – Tuesday, 5/22 at 10:00 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Saturday, 5/26 at 2:00 pm


Narrated by actor Jason Beghe (CHICAGO P.D.), chronicles what became known as the largest single mass murder of American troops in World War II - 84 soldiers in Belgium, during the opening days of the famous "Battle of the Bulge." This film weaves interviews with the few remaining survivors and archival footage.

Natonal Memorial Day Concert

NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT


Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 5/27 at 7:00 pm & again at 8:30 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Monday, 5/27 at 9:00 pm


Join co-hosts Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna for the 29th broadcast of this night of remembrance, honoring the service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform, their families at home and all those who have given their lives for our country.

Defending the Fire

DEFENDING THE FIRE


Ch. 9.1 – Sunday, 5/27 at 8:00 pm


Taped in New Mexico -- There will always be warriors. This program follows the journey of the Native Warrior as he (and she) continue conflict resolution in order to survive and secure resources and culture. The answer to "Why Fight" requires a complex look at the truth through decades of stereotypes and misperceptions. Remarkably, the answer has stayed the same, whether during the 1500s Tiguex War, the Indian Wars of the 1800s, the World Wars, modern Warfare, or continued modern fights for sovereignty and environment. To Protect and Defend - the cohesive thread that connects generations and tribes. Vietnam war veteran, actor and New Mexico-resident Wes Studi (Geronimo, Last of the Mohicans) narrates and appears in the film.

REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR


Ch. 9.1 – Sunday, 5/27 at 9:00 pm


Narrated by veteran actor Tom Selleck, this film chronicles the personal stories of veterans and citizens who witnessed the surprise attack by the Japanese on the American Pacific Fleet on December 7, 1941, such as Lou Conter, USS Arizona; James Downing, USS Virginia; Vernon Carter, US Army Air Corps, Hickam Field; and Barbara Kotinek, who was just six years old at the time and lived within eyesight of Pearl Harbor.

THE LAST RING HOME


Ch. 5.1 – Sunday, 5/27 at 10:00 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Wednesday, 5/30 at 8:30 am and again at 2:30 pm


The story of Lt. Minter Dial and his 1932 Annapolis Naval Academy ring that miraculously made its way home 17 years after he was killed as a POW of the Japanese, in WWII. This is a spellbinding account of one man's obsession with a family mystery and the product of decades of research and inquiries.

GOING TO WAR

GOING TO WAR


Ch. 5.1 – Monday, 5/28 at 8:00 pm


What is it really like to go to war? This documentary goes inside and reveals the training, battles, and coming home experiences for soldiers across conflicts, exploring the universalities of the warrior's journey.

INDEPENDENT LENS “Served Like A Girl”

INDEPENDENT LENS “Served Like A Girl”


Ch. 5.1 – Monday, 5/28 at 9:00 pm

Ch. 9.1 – Wednesday, 5/30 at 1:00 pm


Join five remarkable women rebuilding their lives with humor and heart in the Ms. Veteran America Competition. Wounded in action and transitioning to civilian life, these women seek to help others struggling with homelessness, PTSD, and other trauma.

Science Café: CITIZEN SCIENCE



May Science Café:

CITIZEN SCIENCE

Saturday, May 19, 2018
10:00am-12 Noon
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science - 1801 Mountain Rd NW
STEM Theater



The movement of citizen science has gathered momentum over the years as scientists and the public recognize that everyone can make meaningful contribution to scientific research. Engaging the public to identify and record plants and animals gives scientists information on an area's environmental health which is just as substantial as natural history museum collections. If we want to maintain our biodiversity, we have to identify and understand our past and present environment.


Come to the May New Mexico PBS Science Café to watch a segment of The Crowd & the Cloud, a four-part PBS documentary, and join a discussion with experts on citizen science, data and the importance of museum specimen collections.


Speakers include:
· Deb Novak, Director of Education, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

· Ayesha Burdett, Ph.D., Director of Collections & Research, New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science


Admission to the café is free, but a reservation is required. For more information, contact Rose Poston at 277-2396 or rposton@newmexicopbs.org. Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. RSVP online now
Also that day--New Mexico PBS has an exhibit booth from 11am-3pm at NM Science Fiesta Expo in Tiguex Park. Admission is FREE and includes hands-on activities from PBS kids series.

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Be more curious…be more amazed…come to the New Mexico PBS Science Café.

 

Meet our 2018 PBS Digital Innovators – Rachel Thomas and Steven Lamb of Albuquerque!

Meet our 2018 New Mexico PBS Digital Innovators: Rachel Thomas and Steven Lamb.

PBS Digital Innovators set the bar for thoughtful tech integration in the classroom. These PreK-12 educators are not defined by the gadgets they use, but by the unique way they approach education. Their bold and enthusiastic perspective sets them apart as changemakers, and unlocks new worlds for their students.

 

Rachel and Steven used readily available technology to allow their students to share interests and work together on projects from different school locations and grade levels. The result of their efforts was the creation of cross-district collaboration and a learning environment that is rewarding and beneficial to students and teachers.

 

Rachel Thomas is from the Bilagáana Clan and born for the Tsi’naajinii Clan of the Navajo Nation and a National Board Certified Teacher.

 

She teaches at Zuni Elementary in Albuquerque.

 

A former local business owner, Steven Lamb is a TIG/APS Education Foundation Innovation Award winner. He teaches at North Star Elementary in Albuquerque.

 

It is through their love of teaching and their desire to help students and teachers leverage technology to improve communication, that brought the pair and their students together.

 

Fun Fact: The Virtual Team teaching method has allowed Rachel and Steven to seamlessly connect with students from across the globe including Jamaican high school students and Malaysian college students.

 

Follow Rachel and Steven on Twitter, @collabgenius