Airs Saturday, July 2 at 4:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
In collaboration with the New Mexico History Museum, cultural historian Don Usner shares the heart of car culture: lowriding.
“A lowrider is a ride. It’s a car that’s been invested with a person’s heart and soul and made into a piece of art that travels with them.”
Also on the program:
Florida’s Live the Rhythm an innovative dance company, seeks to inspire and transform future generations.
“I’ve always felt like dancing was like breathing.”
Gerardo Pereda-Rosas Glass etching artist, finds inspiration in his Latin American roots.
“The Aztec culture is really important to me, you know. That’s where I came from, that’s where my family got raised in, so I kinda love doing the artwork like that.”
Baker Tennille Finnegan-Saldivar shares how her intricate and complex desserts take shape.
“When I began it wasn’t for the love of baking. It was for the love of the artistry.”