The Ultimate Intersection of Arts & Culture. An exciting and original weekly magazine show explores the character and creativity of Columbus. Wednesdays at 7:30pm, on WOSU TV.Visit Broad and High Website
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Artist Noah Deledda spends his days pushing dents and geometric shapes into aluminum cans.
Meet the caretakers of the Green Lawn Abbey's stained glass.
A look at Columbus’ new boutique art hotel, The Joseph, and its Ohio art portfolio.
Local artist Malcolm J shares his journey to recovery.
A thought provoking exhibit provides an artistic response to violence.
Explore the studio and creative process of artist Maija Miettinen and more.
Columbus artist Todd Camp, Metalsmiths Anne Holman & Jen Townsend's jewelry and more.
Hebdo shares his latest music video, the Cohen Brothers, My Friend Dahmer and Orton Hall.
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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.
A look at paintings by Ralph Fanning in the Ohio History Center archives.
An exclusive behind-the-scenes access at the world's largest ballroom dance competition.
Poetry Out Loud is a national poetry contest for high-school students.
Greenlawn Abbey is the resting place of notable characters in Columbus.
The story of Ohio through one of the most transformative time period in American history.
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College students set off a chain reaction at the Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
Two women defy their age with fancy footwork at a ballroom dancing competition.
A look at how artist Noah Deledda turns pop cans into intricate works of geometry.
On the next Broad & High, we look at stained glass restoration at Green Lawn Abbey.
Devon Palmer shows off his woodturning skills. Learn how Ohio paved the way for modernism.
Take a tour through this town's newest art hotel
Malcolm J shares his journey to recovery an drag performers that are out of this world.
A thought-provoking exhibit offers an artistic response to violence.