Friday, March 30, 2012

OETA Oklahoma PBS will be airing our documentary

Production still from our documentary, Fran Hardy interviews Quintus Herron about his preserve and the Museum of the Red River founded by Quintus and his wife Mary

We just spoke with the programming director at OETA, Oklahoma Public Television this morning. They will be broadcasting our educational documentary "Earth Chronicles Project, The Artist's Process: Oklahoma" across the state of Oklahoma in September 2012.  It will air on OETA and then multiple times on their other channel OKLA. http://www.oeta.tv/ They chose September to correlate with the the exhibition I am curating at the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art September 15-October 28, 2012. The exhibition will include the artists we interviewed in the documentary as well as well as an installation of my work on the trees of Oklahoma. 

Production still of the Choctaw Ponies at Chahta Isuba Ranch near Antlers, OK

One of Choctaw archeologist, Dr. Ian Thompson's, beautiful Choctaw pots at the Museum of the Red River

Fran in the cypress swamp at Little River National wildlife refuge something that many would not expect to see in Oklahoma

For a glimpse of more about the people and places we visit:

And again our sincere thanks to the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art for making all of this possible. 








  

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