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    Max Evans

    Creators of the documentary “Ol’ Max Evans: The First Thousand Years."

    Max Evans

    Video thumbnail: Colores Charlie Carrillo

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    Charlie Carrillo

    Master santero Charlie Carrillo shares centuries of cultural connections.

    Charlie Carrillo

    Video thumbnail: Colores Arin Peywa

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    Arin Peywa

    Arin Peywa shares the importance of maintaining Zuni culture and tradition.

    Arin Peywa

    Video thumbnail: Colores Anne Hillerman

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    Anne Hillerman

    New York Times bestselling author Anne Hillerman reveals insights into her process.

    Anne Hillerman

    Video thumbnail: Colores Thomas Vigil

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    Thomas Vigil

    Española’s Thomas Vigil is pursuing his love for controversial, lowbrow art.

    Thomas Vigil

    Video thumbnail: Colores Anne Cole

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    Anne Cole

    Albuquerque luthier Anne Cole creates beautiful one-of-a-kind violins, violas and cellos.

    Anne Cole

    Video thumbnail: Colores Hampton Sides

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    Hampton Sides

    Hampton Sides opens up about writing the story of harrowing battle at Chosin Reservoir.

    Hampton Sides

    Video thumbnail: Colores Jane Chu

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    Jane Chu

    PBS’s new arts advisor and former NEA chairwoman, Jane Chu.

    Jane Chu

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    Nasario Garcia

    Nasario Garcia works to preserve the rich Hispanic culture of Northern New Mexico.

    Nasario Garcia

    Video thumbnail: Colores Don Bartletti

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    Don Bartletti

    Photojournalist Don Bartletti reveals the extraordinary stories behind his photographs.

    Don Bartletti

    Video thumbnail: Colores K.D. Neeley

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    K.D. Neeley

    Iraq War Veteran K.D. Neely.

    K.D. Neeley

    Video thumbnail: Colores David Holtby, World War I Historian

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    David Holtby, World War I Historian

    World War I historian and author David Holtby shares remarkable stories of New Mexicans.

    David Holtby, World War I Historian

    Video thumbnail: Colores Hannah Mattson, UNM archeologist

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    Hannah Mattson, UNM archeologist

    UNM archeologist Hannah Mattson steps back into the past.

    Hannah Mattson, UNM archeologist

    Video thumbnail: Colores Lee Francis IV

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    Lee Francis IV

    Laguna Pueblo’s self-proclaimed Indigenerd, Lee Francis IV.

    Lee Francis IV

    Video thumbnail: Colores Elizabeth and Martha White

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    Elizabeth and Martha White

    Arriving in 1923, Elizabeth and Martha White left a lasting impact.

    Elizabeth and Martha White

    Video thumbnail: Colores Gustave Baumann

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    Gustave Baumann

    Legendary printmaker Gustave Baumann.

    Gustave Baumann

    Video thumbnail: Colores Michelle Otero, Albuquerque’s poet laureate

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    Michelle Otero, Albuquerque’s poet laureate

    Albuquerque’s poet laureate, Michelle Otero, shares how poetry can heal hearts.

    Michelle Otero, Albuquerque’s poet laureate

    Video thumbnail: Colores George Nakashima

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    George Nakashima

    George Nakashima’s delight in beauty led him to a remote canyon in New Mexico.

    George Nakashima

    Video thumbnail: Colores Museum Directors Arif Khan & Andrew Connors

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    Museum Directors Arif Khan & Andrew Connors

    UNM Art Museum director Arif Khan and Albuquerque Museum director Andrew Connors.

    Museum Directors Arif Khan & Andrew Connors

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    Ladies of the Canyons

    LADIES OF THE CANYONS - Stories of women who remade themselves in the American Southwest.

    Ladies of the Canyons

    Video thumbnail: Colores Sharon Begay

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    Sharon Begay

    Sharon Begay shares her family’s story of reintroducing the churro sheep.

    Sharon Begay

    Video thumbnail: Colores Maynard Dixon

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    Maynard Dixon

    New Mexico painter Maynard Dixon documented what he felt was truly American.

    Maynard Dixon

    Video thumbnail: Colores Santa Fe Opera

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    Santa Fe Opera

    The Santa Fe Opera’s music director and conductor of Candide, Harry Bicket.

    Santa Fe Opera

    Video thumbnail: Colores Liz Langston

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    Liz Langston

    28 Hour Film Project

    Liz Langston

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