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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We check out David Roger's enormous bug sculptures and the 1963 Miss America gown.
Discover talented artists at the Columbus Arts Festival like Alexa Carson & Mary Ann Crago
Jimmy Orante & Carrie West discuss retirement, ARTifacts presents hair art,
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.
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Reflections on the the work and career of the photojournalist Eddie Adams.
We learn how to make authentic cocktails of the Speakeasy Era.
Rebecca Odom shares with us the 1963 Miss America gowns worn by Jackie Mayer of Sandusky
David Rogers ten enormous insect sculptures have landed at the Franklin Park Conservatory
To get crisp shots of squirmy children, mothers would hide under a sheet and hold them.
Alexa Carson brings to the canvas the amazing animals that live right here in Columbus.
Mary Ann Crago is one of this year’s Emerging Artists for the Columbus Arts Festival
Rebecca Odom walks us through Ohio History Center's large collection of ancient hair art.
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We sample prohibition era cocktails and explore images of the Vietnam war
On the next Broad and High we take a look at Big Bugs at the Franklin Park Conservatory
Next week we're showcasing some of the talented individuals at the Arts Festival.
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