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Tuesday, January 27, 2004
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In the final segment of The Streckers: A Family of Artists, Mixed Media meets Mike Frasca, Zoé Streckers husband. Mike is a potter who manipulates forms and glazes to make clay look like its in motion, creating everything from small pots to massive public sculptures. From his studio near Harrodsburg, he creates a wide range of thrown and formed pieces accentuated with ash glazes and vitreous slips, a style he has developed over the course of 20 years.
Next, five-time Kentucky Photographer of the Year Bill Luster prepares for a retrospective of his work in his hometown of Glasgow. During his nearly 35-year career with the Courier-Journal, Luster has shared in two Pulitzer Prizes: one for feature photography and one for local reporting. He also has covered 37 Kentucky Derbies and six national political conventions and has been given special access to photograph presidents Ford, Reagan, and Clinton.
Throughout the program, Louisville band A.M. Sunday shares its unique musical style, which the band describes as a mix of Aretha Franklin, Talking Heads, James Brown, and the Clash. A.M. Sunday includes vocalists Suki Anderson and Mauriece Hamilton, Darrick Wood on rhythm guitar, Mark Hamilton on guitar, Matt Scobee on bass, and Ray Rizzo on drums.