While we all work to adjust to the COVID-19 lockdown,  it's worth noting that some organizations are really getting creative. The Amarillo Museum of Art (AMoA) has created a glut of online conent to engage the creative mind of kids and adults alike, with virtual tours, activity sheets, online exhibits, and art contests. We spoke with AMoaA's curator, Alex Gregory, about the many ways communites across the High Plains can engage with the museum even though the doors are closed. Click the link below for the full interview, and scroll down for the many ways you can flex your art skills. 

Calling all artists! High Plains Public Radio wants YOU and your talent to participate in an upcoming art show at an Amarillo gallery.

It's called "POSTCARDS FROM THE HIGH PLAINS," and it's a juried exhibition by The Cerulean Gallery and High Plains Public Radio (HPPR) open to artists from Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas, and Nebraska.