Broad and High
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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A new mural sprouted up this summer in the Hilltop and a chain love letter to dance.
Meet electro-pop duo Damn the Witch Siren, explore artwork that functions as furniture.
Meet Cincinnati sculptor Stuart Fink, who forged a special union with a local collector.
Meet an artist who made the most of a bad situation, expressing herself through creativity
Music videos of some of our favorite bands and singer/songwriters based in Columbus.
Forty eight decorated ostrich eggs provided a canvas for creativity.
Joey Hebdo and French film director Loic Guilpain have joined forces to create Rumors.
We're celebrating our 100th episode with a look back at our greatest hits
A look at 19th-century quilts that were made by women to showcase their sewing skills.
Sculptor Stuart Fink has a renewed creative spirit despite a Parkinson’s diagnosis.
Eight textile artists investigate color, pattern, size and experimental quilt-making.
Robert Buck investigates how we respond to the diverse social and cultural challenges.
The Riffe Gallery is hosting free weekly figure drawing workshops during the lunch hour.
Columbus artist Marc Lincewicz captures both scene and sentiment in his drawings.
A music video by Columbus singer/songwriter Joey Hebdo.
Dennis DeVendra decided to not let being blind hold him back from woodturning.
Broad & High is back at a new night, new time and our host has a new name.
Nautia, a short film by Columbus College of Art and Design students is making waves.
Meet electric pop duo Damn the Witch Siren and a unique look at furniture design.
Meet Cincinnati sculptor Stuart Fink who forged a special union with a local collector.
Meet some of the misfit characters of the town of Charlottesville.
Look at some amazing works by clay artists working in dramatically different methods.
We remember the works and words of Denny Griffith and Aminah Robinson.
We're celebrating our 100th episode with a look back at our greatest hits.