Amarillo Museum of Art

Hear no moola. See no moola. Speak no moola. High Plains Morning was thrilled to host the brilliant, dollar-choppin' collage artist Mark Wagner and Amarillo's own Alex Gregory, Curator at Amarillo Museum of Art today on High Plains Morning. The new exhibition, Cut Up/Cut Out, has an opening reception TONIGHT (Friday, July 19th) from 6:30-8:30pm at AMoA (2200 S. Van Buren); Mark's hosting an artist talk at 7:15 pm. 

If you LOVE Cadillac Ranch, tune in to HPPR's Spring Membership Campaign TODAY for your chance to win this POSTER! (We'll draw just before 7pm). Click here to pledge online, or call us at 1.800.678.7444! It's all about "Landscapes," so tell us about yours.  

****UPDATE: REGISTRATION IS FULL!

***But if you would like to volunteer, donate, or help out with this event in any way, contact Jenny ASAP at jinzerillo@hppr.org. We're going to have a blast!

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On Saturday, August 13th, High Plains Public Radio & the Amarillo Art Institute invite kids of the High Plains to CHASE THE SUNSET with a celebration of art, music, and nature to bid the summer a final farewell.

 When I say “Cheech,” most people think “…and Chong.” Right?  But Cheech Marin – the actor, director, counter-culture humorist, and musician, who began his career as the lovable stoner cruising around East LA with his blissed-out buddy Tommy Chong – is more than just a Hollywood comedy icon. Those in the art world have known it for a while, but Cheech has been amassing one of the world’s foremost private collections of Chicano art for almost 40 years. Thanks to efforts by the Amarillo Museum of Art, now our region is able to experience this unprecedented collection firsthand.