What is the 24 Frames Podcast?

The 24 Frames Podcast highlights Art and Culture in West Texas through one-on-one interviews with artists, musicians and authors from around the area.

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Local Artist Valerie Hill

Lubbock artist, dancer, teacher and local coffee shop celebrity, Valerie Hill joins us this week to talk about being an artist in Lubbock, Texas.

Stand Up Comic, Dave Lonngren

Local Stand Up Comic, Dave Lonngren tells us about Laugh Hub City and what inspires his comedy.

Juan Gil, Local Filmmaker

Juan Gil, a local filmmaker, talks about being an independent filmmaker in West Texas.

Kid Trippers

Inspired by the Day Tripper himself on PBS, Amanda Anderson take her 4 sons on adventures around West Texas and makes mini films about them for YouTube.

Studio West

Melissa Grimes and Kendra Kimberlin of Studio West talk about their love of Lubbock and designing unique spaces in the city.

PBS Online Film Festival 2017

The 2nd annual 24 Frames podcast review of the PBS Online Film Festival featuring TR Castillo, Kaysie Ellingson, Daniel Ballard, Emily De Santos and DeNae Cortez.

4th on Broadway

Colee Orf, Executive Direct of Broadway Festivals, stops by this week to tell us what to expect for the 27th year celebration.

Lubbock-con 2017

Lubbock's very own Robert Mora and Jennifer Eldridge join DeNae this week to talk all things Lubbock-Con!

Lubbock Music with Scubba Steve

This week on the 24 Frames Podcast, Stephen Sanders (aka Scubba Steve), talks about growing up as a musician in Lubbock, Texas

Lubbock Arts Festival

Heather May from the Lubbock Arts Alliance joins us this week to talk about the upcoming Arts Festival, a 39 year tradition in Lubbock, Texas

Tornado Gallery

This week Heidi and Larry Simmons from Tornado Gallery join us to talk about the Lubbock art scene and First Friday Art Trail

The 2016 Oscars

DeNae talks the Oscars with KTTZ producer, Daniel Ballard and Director of Texas Tech Public Media, Paul Hunton on this week's 24 Frames!

Michelle Hillstrom

Local author, Michelle Hillstrom talks about being a self-published author in a small town.

Lubbock Crunchy Moms

Cassie Thomas-Fuller and Alexandra Wyatt talk about what it is like to be a "crunchy" mom in Lubbock, TX.

Lubbock Book Festival

The first year of the Lubbock Festival is coming Oct. 28. The brains behind the event, Kay Ellington and Barbara Brannon, join us to talk about what it took to start this event.

The Burkhart Center

Wesley Dotson from The Burkhart Center in Lubbock, Texas joins us this week to talk about the center and the importance of having support for Autism in West Texas.

Charlotte Reagan, Local Author

Lamesa native, Charlotte Reagan talks about becoming a small town author from West Texas.

The National Ranching Heritage Center

Scott White, from the National Ranching Heritage Center talks about the museum and events that happen right here on the Texas Tech campus.

Science Spectrum

This week James Nesmith and Alana Baliga talk about what ELEMENTS a science museum needs to stay open for 30 years in West Texas.

Rebel Legion and 501st

Have you ever wanted a screen accurate Star Wars costume? Kelsie Day and Pete Cagle talk about the 501st and Rebel Legion costuming groups.

Geek Girls Brunch

Sam Gaitan, local artist and alpha geek girl, joins us this week to talk about the Geek Girl Scene in Lubbock, Texas!

Lubbock Symphony Orchestra

This week Mary Saathoff, President and CEO of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, joins us to talk about bringing great orchestral music to the South Plains!

Artist Christopher Cortez

This week local artist Christopher Cortez talks about being a transplanted Californian artist in Lubbock, Texas.

Lubbock Community Theatre

Jay Brown and Robin Stephenson join us this week to talk about community theatre in Lubbock, Texas!

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