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Season 5 - Episode 512

click for larger image Meet Lafayette artist Francis X. Pavy, whose work stems from the southern storytelling tradition and involves folk-life and folklore of the local people. He shows us the prints, paintings, relief blocks and lithophanes he creates through traditional means and modern technology. Then, we see the work of internationally known designer Tim Harding, who makes large-scale textiles out of colorful Chinese silks and other vibrant materials. This week’s Louisiana Treasure is the Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church, a fixture in New Orleans for 160 years, with some of the most stunning architecture you will see anywhere.

Season 5 - Episode 511

click for larger image We’re in Baton Rouge to welcome the Knock Knock Children’s Museum to the City Park neighborhood. The museum encourages learning through creative, fun, and imaginative play. Next, we meet antiques appraiser Barbara Eash, who helps us understand the process of assigning value to family heirlooms. Plus, we marvel at the stained glass, tile mosaics, and sculpture of St. Joseph Cathedral, this week’s Louisiana Treasure, located in the heart of downtown Baton Rouge.

Season 5 - Episode 510

click for larger image Meet Alexandria artist Leslie Elliottsmith, who incorporates multiple images and layers when creating her artwork to tell stories rich in symbolism. African American artist Willis “Bing” Davis tells us about his mixed media work and how the world around him influences his creativity. The Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Manhattan’s Upper West Side doubles as monumental birdcage for Chinese artist Xu Bing’s giant phoenix sculptures that soar above its nave. Plus, we visit Magnolia Mound Plantation in Baton Rouge, this week’s Louisiana Treasure.

Season 5 - Episode 509

click for larger image The city of Alexandria developed 23,000 square feet of space for artists to create and sell their work. We’ll tour the River Oaks Square Arts Center and learn more about how it came to be. PBS filmmaker Barbara Hall talks about the challenges of documenting the musical career of Patsy Cline. Fashion designer Christian Michael Schuster shows us how his fascination with military apparel has inspired his designs. Plus, we take you on a fascinating tour of the Louisiana Art & Science Museum in Baton Rouge, this week’s Louisiana Treasure.

Season 5 - Episode 508

click for larger image Raise the curtain on Opéra Louisiane, celebrating 10 years of bringing some of the finest opera performers in the nation to the stage in Baton Rouge including Elizabeth Futral, Hope Briggs, Paul Groves, and Todd Thomas. We’ll introduce you to New York artist David Bentley, who turns vintage household items into art. Plus, we’ll take you to the Louisiana History Museum in Alexandria, which houses documents of one of the greatest engineering feats of the Civil War, the dam created to deepen a section of the Red River allowing Union forces to float heavy equipment across it.

Season 5 - Episode 507

click for larger image Meet Shreveport portrait artist Talbot Hopkins Trudeau, who has spent three decades capturing the likeness and personality of her subjects in pencil, chalk, oil and watercolor. We visit with Ohio jazz pianist Khalid Moss, known worldwide for his talent, and Nevada artist Tia Flores, who burns symbolic embellishments into gourds. Plus, tour the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center in San Antonio, Texas before heading back to Louisiana to learn about the permanent collection and traveling exhibits that the Alexandria Museum of Art offers residents and visitors.

Season 5 - Episode 506

click for larger image New Venture Theatre has opened doors to African Americans interested in acting in the Baton Rouge area and has produced shows highlighting the Black experience in America. Meet the man behind the movement, Artistic Director Greg Williams, Jr. Plus, award-winning New Orleans Chef Phillip L. Lopez shows us how an artful menu was inspired by the paintings of Jacqueline Bishop for The Art of Food dinner at LPB Studios, happening October 22, 2017.

Season 5 - Episode 505

click for larger image We meet New Orleans artist Jacqueline Bishop, whose passion for the environment helps feed her creativity. Her paintings have inspired award-winning Chef Phillip Lopez to create a menu for a premiere event, The Art of Food, a dining experience like no other that will be held at the LPB Studios Sunday, October 22. (tickets and info at lpb.org/boxoffice) Plus, we visit The Glass Studio in Nevada, see the popular work of “Mother Goose and Grimm” cartoonist Mike Peters, and hear the handbell music of the Tintabulations, whose play-list includes everything from holiday staples to Led Zeppelin.

Season 5 - Episode 504

click for larger image Meet artist Jim Jeansonne, a founding member of Baton Rouge Gallery, who has spent more than six decades mastering many art forms including painting, printmaking, and sculpture in both bronze and wood. We introduce you to award-winning Chef Phillip Lopez of New Orleans, who tours the Ogden Museum in search of artwork to inspire a menu for The Art of Food, a culinary and dining experience like no other, taking place at LPB on Sunday, October 22. (tickets and info at lpb.org/boxoffice) Plus, famed New York actor Kim David Smith wows a Massachusetts audience with his role in the popular musical Cabaret, and Alaska artist Clarissa Rizal shows us how she tells stories through her woven blankets.

Season 5 - Episode 503

click for larger image Theatre Baton Rouge has been a beacon for the area’s most talented performers, presenting high quality community theater for more than 70 years, and it continues to gain momentum. We visit with the theatre’s Managing Artistic Director Jenny Ballard and cast members of its recent production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Then, we meet Miami-born, New York City-based artist Daniel Arsham, who has won national recognition for his daring sculptural and architectural works, and award-winning Wisconsin artist James Meyer, who became a photographer by accident. Find out how plus, take a tour of the beautiful St. John the Baptist Church in New Orleans, this week’s Louisiana Treasure. (503)
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