Produced for North Texas Public Broadcasting
The Shape of Texas: 13 Episode Series Broadcast on Texas PBS Stations
From the glittery, kitschy Beer Can House in Houston to the soaring Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, architecture helps tell the story of who we are in Texas. In “The Shape of Texas” video series, you can explore how our built environment holds our history, reflects our diverse cultures and projects our ambitions for the future.
In these 13 episodes, you’ll visit the canyons where the state’s earliest residents left their mark, go backstage at a renowned concert hall, and see how a quaint chapel in the woods pays homage to women throughout history.
This series is produced by KERA. It’s based on a two-minute radio program called “The Shape of Texas,” which was produced by the Texas Society of Architects and The South Texas Public Broadcasting System. It originally aired on KEDT radio in Corpus Christi and public radio stations statewide, and ran for 20 seasons.
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