Chocolate History, Julia Lambright, National Dance Institute

Air Date Saturday December 29 at 4pm on 5.1

CHOCOLATE HISTORY
Artifacts used to make chocolate tell a delicious history of the Americas and New Mexico.

“Chocolate or Theobroma Cacao, which means food of the Gods, is a drink that shares thousands of years of history.”

JULIA LAMBRIGHT
After an extraordinary childhood in Russia, Albuquerque painter Julia Lambright finds connection with her past.

“And I think art is really a way and aesthetics is a way… that I can look at the whole and admit I don’t understand.”

NATIONAL DANCE INSTITUTE
National Dance Institute’s Evelyn Cisneros-Legate, once the prima ballerina for the San Francisco Ballet, is passionate about making ballet accessible to young people.

“We want to give them a better life than what we had and so we want to give them our best, which is our art.”

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