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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Ohio sculptor James Mellick shares the story of his Wounded Warrior dogs and more.
The music of the Scottish Highlands, a cartoon library, papermaking and kids' clown school
Experience a multimedia performance, the new Columbus Museum of Art exhibition and more.
Kate Quickel makes a Christmas ornament at Glass Axis, plus a Trondlin piano returns home.
A local animation program is helping aspiring young animators and we visit a buzzing farm.
A new mural sprouted in the Hilltop, a chain love letter to dance and custom eyeglasses.
Learn the love story behind Bodies @ Work, meet a sign language choir and more.
We celebrate the role of women in the arts with a profile on Dare To Be Heard.
James Mellick shows us how he creates realistic teeth for his wooden dog sculptures.
The Wounded Warrior Dogs Project is an exhibition of wooden dog sculptures.
The group was formed more than 50 years ago to promote and preserve bagpipe music.
Honoré Sharrer was an often overlooked but major American art figure.
Columbus native Anna Sullivan created experimental dance project Anna and the Annadroids.
We visit the hot shop at Glass Axis in Franklinton for a tour and a beginner’s lesson.
Pianist Nicole Lemaire performs Papillons, Op. 2, No. 5 & No. 6 on a Trondlin fortepiano.
The Doll Museum at the Old Rectory features an impressive collection.
View a collection of canine sculptures that aims to bring awareness to wounded veterans.
Enjoy the sounds of the Scottish Highlands and visit clown school for kids in Cincinnati.
Next time, Anna and the Annadroids return to Columbus, plus meet painter Honoré Sharrer.
Glass blowing, a historic Trondlin fortepiano and more on the next Broad & High.
A local animation program helps girls explore computer graphics and animation.
A new mural sprouted up this summer in the Hilltop and a chain love letter to dance.
Meet Isabel and Ruben Toledo, a local sign-language choir and more.
See a special profile on the "Dare to be Heard" exhibition at the Cultural Arts Center.