Adams, Charles 2002-11-14

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Adams talks about his experiences in West Texas and the North Overton neighborhood. Note: This interview is part of the North Overton Redevelopment Project.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Charles Adams

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Date: November 14, 2002

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Beth Reuter

Length: 00:06:57


School, Dyslexic, High I.Q, They called him an under achiever, Family, Well educated, Not art oriented, Lawanda, Not really a teacher, more of a mentor/mom, Learning how to become an artist, Did not see a future for himself, Crafts, Crafts v. Fine Art, American Crafts Museum, Louise Arnold, Poster Shop, Sold posters for a friend, Did not work out, Paint Dealer, In the Village, Antique Dealer, Missed Lubbock, Mom was getting sick, Ran family real estate, Sold print makers on Broadway St, Local print makers, Avoided talk about investing, Frame Shop, Baker’s Frame Shop, Still being run in New York, Lynn Crinic, Screen Printing teacher at Tech, Refuses to print, Started color print, Texas Tech, Important to his success, Equipment is expensive, Local Artist, Toni Arnett- Painter, Levi Jotto, Ken Dixon, Cathy Whiteside, Connie Martin, Lawanda Murfree, John Chin, Angela Adams, Louis Jimenez

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