We learn to make Prohibition Era cocktails from a bartender at Ohio Village and then take a look at the life and career of photojournalist Eddie Adams whose rarely viewed collection of works is on display at the Dublin Arts Council.
Jimmy Orrante and Carrie West discuss their retirement from BalletMet, we take a tour of the Ohio History Center’s collection of hair art, and Fresh A.I.R. (Artists in Recovery) celebrates ten years by featuring new work from old contributors.
This week on Broad & High, meet a gang of righteous mothers at the Righteous Mothers Bicycle Club and creative insights from Aminah Robinson and Denny Griffith.
On this episode of Broad & High. Artist Noah Deledda spends his days pushing dents and geometric shapes into aluminum cans. And the result is unlike anything you’ve seen before
A look at antique printing presses still in use at Igloo Letterpress, Dayton comic book artist Bruce Hughes, dumpster art that has become a public art collection as well as a look at a aluminum-sided castle in the rural swamp land of Central Florida.
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.
Full Episode: Includes “The Journey to Normal” exhibition, presented by The Pump House Center for the Arts in Chillicothe, featured veteran-made artwork created from the materials of military uniforms worn in service.
On this episode of Broad & High, The Weinland Park Story Book project is the result of a long collaboration between the Wexner Center for the Arts and the residents and children of the Weinland Park community. It also features The Dublin Arts Council, The Franklin County Animal Shelter, and Artist Profile: Kevin Farrell.
This time on Broad & High, we’ve got big bugs at the Franklin Park Conservatory, pretty dresses from Miss America 1963, angry stick figures in Animator vs. Animation and Hidden Mothers.