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On this episode, we have artists Emerson Burkhart and Richard Duarte Brown.
Doll Museum, Liz Roberts, Donna Collins and Seth Mittag are all on this episode.
Broad & High features, Zanesville Prize, Honeyrun Farm, Apple Pie Mead and Steve Slaske.
Gallery of Echoes, Will Haygood, Shifting Perspectives, and the Sarasota Ballet.
Terry Allen's Deer Sculptures, Jim Arter's Life Within Art, Artist Profile: Mike Elsass.
Chimes of Orton Hall, Day of the Dead Skeletons and Pumpkin Carver Deane Arnold.
Sullivant’s Travels, Sky High, and an artist profile: Sheri Williams.
Belly Dancing, murals of TSU, Jason Rohlf, and The Music of Billy Childs.
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Richard Duarte Brown shows how the new movement of Performance Painting is done.
Our Columbus Neighborhoods series has led us to some amazing re-enactors.
This current exhibit at the Ohio History Center features work by 20th-century Ohio artist.
In this segment, we stop by Philadelphia’s Chemical Heritage Foundation.
Donna Collins began her new post as executive director of the Ohio Arts Council.
We stop by artist and animator Seth Mittag’s Texas home.
Liz Roberts is a filmmaker and visual artist.
Poet Dunya Mikhail reveals a poignant personal history through verse.
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On the next Broad & High, a doll-making Columbus artist, COSI celebrates 50, and more!
Emerson Burkhart and his impact on the Columbus arts scene.
Worthington Doll Museum and we'll share with you a road movie where no one goes anywhere.
Zanesville seeks to recapture a part of its rich pottery history.
Deer sightings along the downtown riverfront and a man who has lived his life within art.
Explore a 100 year old university tradition and celebrate halloween with us.
The story of a building told through dance and a skyward art exhibit.
Belly dancing strengthening bodies and what walls can tell us at Texas Southern University