Art Along the Historic Jefferson Highway

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ART ALONG THE HISTORIC JEFFERSON HIGHWAY
From Kansas and Missouri to Oklahoma and Louisiana, it’s all about art on this episode of Big Blend Radio’s “Jefferson Highway” Show. Hear about folk artist Clementine Hunter and Caroline Dormon in Natchitoches, Louisiana, along with Kansas City and Missouri muralist Thomas Hart Benton and Eric Bransby, and acclaimed destinations like the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee. The Jefferson Highway Association was originally founded by the Jefferson Highway in 1915. This international highway is also known as “The Pines to the Palms Highway,” that runs from Winnipeg, Canada to New Orleans, Louisiana.


FEATURED GUESTS:

– ROGER BELL – President of the Jefferson Highway Association – https://jeffersonhighway.org/

– ARLENE GOULD – Executive Director of the Natchitoches Convention & Visitors Bureau in Louisiana – https://natchitoches.com/

– SEAN BARNEY – Executive Director of the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee, Oklahoma – http://www.fivetribes.org/

– VICTORIA CHICK – Artist & Art History Expert – https://victoriachick.com/

  • Folk Artist Clementine Hunter
    Folk Artist Clementine Hunter

Website & Article Links That Relate to the Conversation: 

* Thomas Hart Benton: https://tinyurl.com/4sm7c2vy

* Eric Bransby: https://tinyurl.com/26tnfbrj

* Clementine Hunter / Melrose Plantation: http://www.melroseplantation.org/

* Caroline Dormon / Briarwood Nature Preserve: https://briarwoodnp.org/

* 23 Must-Do Experiences on the Jefferson Highway, Part One: https://tinyurl.com/5n7vyw6n

* 23-Must-Do Experiences on the Jefferson Highway, Part Two: https://tinyurl.com/3z2jumy5

The Big Blend Radio “Jefferson Highway” Podcast airs every 4th Thursday at 6pm CT. The Big Blend Radio “Jefferson Highway” Podcast airs every 4th Thursday at 6pm CT. Follow the show here: https://tinyurl.com/yc2ur6mr

 

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