We are delighted that our Purling London Painted Pieces Exhibition, which is currently on show at the World Chess Hall of Fame, St. Louis, USA, was the subject for one of the latest broadcasts by HEC-TV. This non-profit channel is is the leading provider of arts, culture and educational programmes. It aims to educate and inspire communities within the St. Louis Metropolitan region.
In the company’s own words:
“HEC-TV is St. Louis’ leading producer of education and arts television programming, using technology to connect and synergize in innovative, highly successful ways. HEC-TV provides an unparalleled level of service, changing the face of television by engaging viewers, empowering teachers, and encouraging students to achieve unparalleled success.”
The video above is a broadcast produced by George Sells for HEC-TV and is about our artistic and educational collaboration with the World Chess Hall of Fame the “Purling London Painted Pieces” exhibition. The programme talks about the theme of our exhibition and introduces the motivations and stories behind some of the chess sets on display. It also offers a glimpse of the Purling London chess sets that have been recreated in VR as well as explaining a little of the vision of Purling London.