I recently posted an announcement about the television broadcast of our son's documentary called “Married to Art”, which is about my husband and I as artists. Unfortunately, the film dates and times were changed so it was not aired when we were expecting. There are now new broadcast times for the film, so we wanted to let you know about these changes. We apologize for our misinformation; it was just a change in the programming that we were not aware of.
Here is the information about the film:
"This intriguing documentary is about Mike and Debbie Schramer......artists and sculptors, and the balance between the artwork they collaborate on together and their life as a married couple. Creators of an amazing miniature Treehouse made from nature, a unique work of art, this film is a fascinating look into the lives of these unusual artists as they share their views on life, art, marriage and creativity.
"Married to Art" was directed by Matthew Schramer. An interview with Matthew will be shown prior to the film. The music for the film was composed by Michael Schramer. This presents a unique documentary in which the filmmaker, the composer and the artists are a family who have collaborated on a film together."
Here are the correct dates and times for the television broadcast of “Married to Art”:
March 19th, Wednesday at 9 p.m. March 21st, Friday at 4 p.m. March 24th, Monday at 9:30 a.m. March 26th, Wednesday at 5 p.m.
The documentary will be shown on BYU TV. It is on the program called "First Look". BYU TV can be viewed anywhere in the world, where people have dish network or cable.
Dish Network is Channel 9403 Direct TV is Channel 374 Provo, Utah: Comcast Cable is Channel 55 Salt Lake City, Utah: Comcast Cable is Channel 21
For all other state and cable providers, refer to this link by choosing your state and provider and it will tell you the channel: http://www.byutv.org/getbyutv/usmap.asp
These programs can also be viewed on BYU TV online as streaming video immediately after the program has aired on t.v. Just go to http://www.byutv.org/ and click on "get byu tv", then click on "streaming video" and go from there. Look for the date and time of the program you want to see and click on the video.
We hope you will have a chance to see one of these programs and learn more about our beautiful and unique artwork. Please feel free to contact us if you have any comments or inquiries.
Thank you, Mike and Debbie Schramer