Hundreds of documentaries, news segments and interviews profiled George Rodrigue during his career. Below, please find a small selection of videos highlighting George’s life and artwork.
The story features an in-depth interview with the artist, a tour of Rodrigue's exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Artist George Rodrigue discusses his work and his New Orleans Museum of Art exhibition.
The George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to youth development through the arts.
"Blue Dogs in Texas" at the Amarillo Museum of Art from August 10 - October 14, 2012. Rodrigue: Blue Dogs in Texas features 110 works, including paintings,sculptures, and prints, that provides an overview of his career. Created to mark the occasion of this exhibition, Take Me Back to Texas (2012), pays tribute to his fondness for the Texas Panhandle. Music by Sunrise Springs (Blue Dog Down). Musicians David Otwell, Roger Otwell, Darrell Bledsoe
George and Wendy Rodrigue present a painting demonstration and lecture to students in Florida. Event sponsored by the Mattie Kelly Foundation.
George Rodrigue discusses his art, galleries and career in this PBS special "Made in New Orleans" clip. Full length segment hosted by Maria Muro and artist Steve Martin. Appearances by Jacques Rodrigue, George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts Executive Director and Louisiana artist Mallory Page. Credit PBS, WLAE TV/LAE Productions.
This is one of over 60 "Mini Documentaries" that we produced for George Rodrigue. In each one of the mini doc's, George explains what the story behind and inspiration for that particular painting was.
Art Beat: George Rodrigue 11/21/08 Stafford Weekly News By Stacee B Hawkins Houston Community College
Louisiana artist George Rodrigue paints one of his famous "Blue Dog" works before a crowd of spectators at Central School in Lake Charles, La., on Nov. 11, 2010.