We’re celebrating the one year anniversary of “West Texas Wonders”
— a series that’s driven by listener curiosity.
Diana Nguyen and reporter Sally Beauvais talk about the project and look back at some of the favorites from the series.
You can ask a question or find answers to questions we’ve answered here.
Diana Nguyen talks to Chinati artist-in-residence Pete Schulte. Shulte lives in Birmingham and teaches at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He also runs The Fuel and Lumber Company — a curatorial initiative dedicated to contemporary art and community engagement — with his wife, artist Amy Pleasant.
His drawings can be seen at the John Wesley Gallery at the Chinati Foundation on Friday, July 26 from 3 to 6 pm.
You can find Schulte’s work here.