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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Tour of the Statehouse Cupola and the Wexner Center presents theater is a blank page.
A community billboard inspires pride in a neighborhood, Little Free Libraries dot Columbus
A look at some stories from Columbus Neighborhoods: Tri-Village
Find out how art explores political unrest and learn about a Japanese Friendship Doll.
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.
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Alfred Tibor, a Holocaust survivor, gifted three of his sculptures to Upper Arlington.
A look behind the scenes of the Ohio Statehouse cupola.
Wexner Center for the Arts presented the theater is a blank page.
A look behind the scenes at the Columbus Metro Library.
Six new Little Free Libraries are peppered around Columbus neighborhoods.
An new billboard in Weinland Park is designed to instill some community pride.
Grandview artist Amy Leibrand is an environmental researcher and photographer.
Neil Clark is a founding member of Grant Street Consultants.
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Two veteran BalletMet dancers exit the stage, a look at 19th century jewelry made of hair.
Explore a hidden space at the Ohio Statehouse, literature and theatre collide on stage.
Children in Weinland Park find a creative new way to welcome you into their neighborhood.
Join us for some stories of creativity from the Tri-Village neighborhood.
Artist Lewanda Lim explores political unrest and the story of the Japanese Friendship Doll
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.