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Couturier Charles James influenced a generation of fashion designers. In the mid-20th century, he was known among the glitterati of Hollywood and New York’s high society for his architecturally stunning ball gowns and highly structured evening wear.
On this episode of Broad & High, a look at Junior Achievement of Central Ohio’s BizTown, a visit to American Sign Museum, the fashions and designs of Charles James and time lapse photography by Justin Majeczky.
For Sacramento artist Justin Majeczky, a photo is worth a thousand frames. He combines his passion for photography with this love of filmmaking to create an extraordinary view of the world through time lapses, inviting viewers to see the beauty that surrounds us in a whole new way.
Bill Cohen recently retired after spending more than 40 years reporting for Ohio’s public radio and television stations, covering important issues of government and public policy. But when he wasn’t using his voice to report current events, he was using it through music and song to encourage listeners to remember headlines from the past.
Regardless of nature’s temperament – rain, sleet, snow and subzero weather – plein air artists are outside, capturing the landscape on canvass. In this segment we meet Jon Browning, a plein air painter who also has a unique circumstance for he came to art later in life and currently is a practicing criminal law attorney.
This exhibit currently on view at the Columbus Museum of Art addresses the complex nature of money and its relationship to art. Focusing on work made since the 2008 financial crisis, the pieces in this exhibit use currency as a material or subject as the artists explore issues of representation, value and exchange in items [...]
The four members of this all-female Columbus band, The Salty Caramels, describe themselves as salty and sweet, just like our town’s favorite ice-cream flavor. We’ll chat with them about their latest album before sharing the music video for their new single titled “She’ll Be Coming For Ya.”