The Friends of the Texas Room launched a new YouTube channel this week. Kicking off the launch are clips from the PBS documentary “In Search of Houston’s History”. Watch it here:
Asia Society Documentary Premieres March 21 on HoustonPBS HD ch. 8, 7:30p.m
The third episode of Texas Foundation for the Arts’ Telly Award-winning series Houston Arts Television, produced in collaboration with HoustonPBS, explores how famed Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi’s landmark building came to fruition in Houston’s Museum District. The filmmakers take a look at the history of the organization, the design and construction of the building, the grand opening festivities, and the many exhibitions and programs that will be presented in the 300-seat theatre, art exhibition space, and conference facilities.
Fast Cut Films is pleased to announce Art of Architecture won a 2012 bronze Telly Award in the documentary category. Congratulations to the production team and executive producers Kim Lykins and James Bailey. Congratulations to Texas Foundation for the Arts, HoustonPBS and underwriters W. S. Bellows Construction Corporation, ArchCenter Houston Foundation, Gensler, Hines, and Houston Arts Alliance.
Set your DVR for the rebroadcast of “Art of Architecture” on HoustonPBS, Ch. 8. A program of Texas Foundation for the Arts. Executive Producers Kim Lykins and James Bailey. Production and post production at Fast Cut Films. Mark Susman, director of photography. For more information please contact www.houstonpbs.org.
Fast Cut Films started production on the third episode of Houston Arts Television featuring the new Asia Society Texas Center building designed by renowned Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi. The film will give the viewer a behind the scene view of the beauty, planning and meticulous design of the building. A program of Texas Foundation for the Arts, www.texarts.org. Executive producers James Bailey and Kim Lykins. The film is slated to air later this year. Please check back for updates and announcements.