First, Mark Nesmith, a musician, artist and teacher at Port Neches Middle School, talks about the fallacy that you have to go to a big city and leave where you are from to make good art. Then, Nari Hodges, half of the team behind Ooyoo Pan, makes art with pastry at this San Antonio pop up. She tells Bob and Kelli about the Korean influences behind her baking. Finally, every quilt tells a story. In Linden, TX, the Pleasant Hill Quilters narrate how each quilt tells the story of people escaping slavery along the Underground Railroad. Flo Stephenson and Esther Blaylock tell us why what they do is important and how education about our history can help us lift up our communities.
Season 51, Episode 8
Oct 22, 2022
Artist & Musician Mark Nesmith, Ooyoo Pan Pop-Up Bakery, and Pleasant Hill Quilters
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