Western Perspective: Art & Creativity in West Texas

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WESTERN PERSPECTIVE: Art & Creativity in West Texas

Travel with us as we introduce you to the artists who shape the vast exhibition space of far West Texas. From landscape photography to performance theatre, WESTERN PERSPECTIVE takes you on a journey to the creative side of this remote area we call home.  An original production of Basin PBS, WESTERN PERSPECTIVE will air on PBS stations across Texas. We hope to inspire all our neighbors to learn more about the arid landscape that molds West Texans into the unique characters, artists and individual personalities that make up these wide open spaces.

The Fort Griffin Fandangle is Texas' oldest outdoor musical passed down through three generations.
Elliott Lunson, a Midland contemporary artist, combines oil-based materials on paper with evolving large-scale portrait imagery.
The Ellen Noël Art Museum is our very own Smithsonian and the destination in West Texas to experience art through all the senses.
James Evans photographs the landscapes and the people of the Big Bend in all their beauty, harshness and character.
Experience the late Donald Judd's repertoire of three form known as stacks, boxes and progressions as we visit the large-scale installations that make up this decidedly different contemporary arts scene.

Learn how this small public radio station connects communities throughout West Texas. It's radio for a wide range.

 

Brought to you by...



The Yarborough Foundation

The Abell-Hanger Foundation

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