Postcards from the High Plains

High Plains Public Radio wants to thank everyone who participated in the Postcards from the High Plains gallery exhibition featuring artwork from talented donors and listeners from across our five-state region—as well as all our community partners, sponsors, hosts, and supporters. Your generosity, passion and dedication is what fuels public radio on the High Plains. From everyone at your public radio station, THANK YOU! 

Don’t miss Postcards from the High Plains, a juried exhibition to benefit High Plains Public Radio during our Fall Membership Campaign. The opening reception will take place Thursday, October 17th from 6–8:30 PM at the Cerulean Gallery (814 S. Taylor St.) in Amarillo. Proceeds from the sale of all donated artwork will benefit the programming you hear on HPPR.

  "POSTCARDS FROM THE HIGH PLAINS" celebrates our collection of diverse artist communities across the HPPR listening region. Through a juried exhibition that will premiere at The Cerulean Gallery on October 17th, HPPR will present donated artworks from painters, photographers, collage artists, and more from the panhandles of Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Kansas, & Nebraska.


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.