Paula Kerger Rings in Artists Month on Independent Lens

Posted on April 4, 2011
PBS President & CEO Paula Kerger highlights the arts-stacked lineup on Independent Lens this April in celebration of Artists Month. Watch the video after the jump.

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Join Independent Lens to celebrate creativity and art throughout the month of April: Special Section: Marginalized Art -- explore the films and interactive features highlighting this month. They include interactive galleries, a quiz on outsider art, and a do-it-yourself toolkit to make your own vernacular backyard art, and much more. The films: The Desert of Forbidden Art by filmmakers Tchavdar Georgiev and Amanda Pope  (Tuesday, April 5) Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child by filmmaker Tamra Davis (Tuesday, April 12) Waste Land by filmmaker Lucy Walker (Tuesday, April 19) Marwencol by filmmaker Jeff Malmberg(Tuesday, April 26)  


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