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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Meet electro-pop duo Damn the Witch Siren, explore artwork that functions as furniture.
We meet a local artist and a Columbus band that loves spray painting everything gold.
A look at some amazing work by clay artists working in dramatically different methods.
April 2016 marks the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month.
Joey Hebdo and French film director Loic Guilpain have joined forces to create Rumors.
A group of local artist explore the theme of Landmarks at Fort Hayes' Shot Tower Gallery.
Host Kate Manecke tries to amp up her drawing skills Opera Columbus, Julliard collaborate
Themes of equality explored through clay and the preservation of classical films.
Electronic duo Damn the Witch Siren share their music video for Faerie Garden.
Nick D’ and the Believers have been darlings of the pop-indie scene, even beyond Columbus.
Keturah Ariel's work focuses largely on positive representations of young black women.
Amit Majmudar, the first poet laureate for Ohio, recites two of his original poems.
Six students from across Ohio reached the final round during the statewide competition.
Woodturner Devon Palmer demonstrates his craft for us inside his studio.
A music video by Columbus singer/songwriter Joey Hebdo.
Landmark is primarily an exhibition about place; its history and importance.
Meet some of the misfit characters of the town of Charlottesville.
Meet electric pop duo Damn the Witch Siren and a unique look at furniture design.
Meet Columbus artist Keturah Ariel and pop-indie band Nick D’ and the Believers
Look at some amazing works by clay artists working in dramatically different methods.
The latest from Columbus musician Hebdo and visit a printmaker in Marietta.
Explore how some local artists interpret the theme of landmarks at the Shot Tower Gallery.
The Riffe Gallery's interactive Go Figure drawing exhibit, Opera Columbus collaboration.
Women sculptors explore themes of equality through clay.