Airs Saturday October 17, at 4:00 pm on Ch. 5.1
One of New Mexico’s finest landscape photographers, Kirk Gittings finds the greatest sense of presence in abandoned and unpopulated places.
“You don’t always know what you are looking for, but when it happens, you know that it just happened.”
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Zoot Theatre Company uses puppetry to spark the creative spirit and show that this ancient form of theatre is still “alive.”
“Puppets are almost like a kind of magic. You’re taking something that’s inanimate and bringing life to it.”
When interior designer Rebecca Vizard couldn’t find what she envisioned, she created ornate pillows from recycled material.
“Nothing makes me happier than feeling like I saved some beautiful piece that was about to go to the trash.”
A master of the rock and roll concert poster, silk screen artist Carlos Hernandez started with t-shirts.
“They were screen printing shirts and posters. And I loved the immediacy of that – that style. I just loved everything that was going on with it. I decided that’s what I wanted to do.”