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Jimmy Orante & Carrie West discuss retirement, ARTifacts presents hair art,
Artist Noah Deledda spends his days pushing dents and geometric shapes into aluminum cans.
A look at antique printing presses still in use, a Dayton comic book artist and more
A look at a place where fifth grades are in charge, the American Sign Museum and more.
Military veterans turn uniforms into art, the Great Black Swamp, and art for disabled.
Doll Museum, Liz Roberts, Donna Collins and Seth Mittag are all on this episode.
This episode of Broad & High features puppy art, Tupperware, Shakespeare and Autism.
We check out David Roger's enormous bug sculptures and the 1963 Miss America gown.
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Rebecca Odom walks us through Ohio History Center's large collection of ancient hair art.
A family farm provides influence for abstract painter Todd Camp.
Jimmy Orrante & Carrie West recently retired from BalletMet; what is next for these two?
Fresh A.I.R. showcases the creativity of those affected by illness and substance abuse
Honeyrun Farm is a small family-run farm near Williamsport, Ohio.
Go behind the scenes at 3rd Hand Bicycle, a co-op that promotes cycling.
Columbus artist Aminah Robinson reflected on her career.
A look at tall, strangely shaped bikes that are a fixture at community festivals.
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We check in on a herd of unruly zebras and their dollhouse shenanigans.
We sample prohibition era cocktails and explore images of the Vietnam war
Two veteran BalletMet dancers exit the stage, a look at 19th century jewelry made of hair.
A look at how artist Noah Deledda turns pop cans into intricate works of geometry.
A Worthington letterpress makes a lasting impression, an comic book artist is profiled.
A look at town where the kids are in charge and look at American Sign Museum.
Veterans turn their military uniforms into art plus the story of the Great Black Swamp.