Our next Fretworks broadcast on Saturday evening at 7 on Classical 101 will feature an interesting mix of sounds, including Bach played on a mandolin and part of a symphony for guitar and orchestra by Alan Hovhaness.
Host Charlene Brown gets art lessons at the Arts Festival. From making glass beads to throwing your own pot, find out what’s available at the Columbus Arts Festival this year for kids of every age!
Roy G Biv Gallery celebrates the work of emerging artists; we meet Jessica Brandl, an artist who used computer parts as her inspiration.
Ron Brown brings to life the photographs of Charles “Teenie” Harris through dance. It is a multi-medium experience.
Travel to the Pontifical College Josephinum for a behind the scenes tour of their magnificent pipe organ.
The life and times of Billy Ireland, Columbus’ most famous cartoonist.
Meet Peter Schickele, (aka PDQ Bach) as he discusses his inspiration for his 1994 “Thurber Dogs” – a suite for orchestra based on James Thurber’s work. Then go behind the scenes as ProMusica revives this wonderful piece of music for the 25th Anniversary of the Thurber House.
ArtZine captures a live performance by Lone Raven at The Columbus Arts Festival.
Enjoy the Ohio Village Singers’ 35th Anniversary with a few holiday carols from the celebrated choir.
Behind the scenes of Columbus Museum of Art’s exhibit about ‘Objects of Wonder.’