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David Holtby, World War I Historian
World War I historian and author David Holtby shares remarkable stories of New Mexicans.
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Hannah Mattson, UNM archeologist
UNM archeologist Hannah Mattson steps back into the past.
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Lee Francis IV
Laguna Pueblo’s self-proclaimed Indigenerd, Lee Francis IV.
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Elizabeth and Martha White
Arriving in 1923, Elizabeth and Martha White left a lasting impact.
Legendary printmaker Gustave Baumann.
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Michelle Otero, Albuquerque’s poet laureate
Albuquerque’s poet laureate, Michelle Otero, shares how poetry can heal hearts.
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George Nakashima’s delight in beauty led him to a remote canyon in New Mexico.
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Museum Directors Arif Khan & Andrew Connors
UNM Art Museum director Arif Khan and Albuquerque Museum director Andrew Connors.
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Ladies of the Canyons
LADIES OF THE CANYONS - Stories of women who remade themselves in the American Southwest.
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Sharon Begay shares her family’s story of reintroducing the churro sheep.
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New Mexico painter Maynard Dixon documented what he felt was truly American.
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Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s music director and conductor of Candide, Harry Bicket.
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28 Hour Film Project
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William Shakespeare vs. Mark Twain
Who is most important to American literature, William Shakespeare or Mark Twain?
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Danielle Rae Miller
Albuquerque’s Danielle Rae Miller layers intricate patterns, inspired by nature.
Albuquerque High School jewelry teacher, Ms. Gillett.
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Painter Henriette Wyeth found magic in the everyday.
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The people and places of southeastern New Mexico inspired painter Peter Hurd.
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Ultralight pilot Jeff Gilkey investigates Leonardo da Vinci’s desire to fly.
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Journalist Maria Hinojosa re-imagines borders through art and story.
Albuquerque actor Max Evans recounts his experience on iconic Hollywood westerns.
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Renowned opera director Peter Sellars stages Doctor Atomic at the Santa Fe Opera.
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Albuquerque Museum’s curator of art, Andrew Connors.
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Members of the Harlem Quartet teach a master class with musicians at Highland High School.