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.
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.
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.
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.
Take a tour through the Ohio Statehouse which used to offer one of the best views of the city of Columbus. Also the Wexner Center presents theater is a blank page, a collaboration between Columbus Artist Ann Hamilton and the SITI company. Also, Alfred Tibor recently gifted 3 sculptures to Upper Arlington.
A community billboard inspires pride in the Weinland Park neighborhood, Little Free Libraries dot Columbus neighborhoods, plus a look inside the Columbus Metropolitan Library and clothing made with candy wrappers by Charlotte Kruk.
On Monday, May 18, WOSU-TV will premiere its latest installment of the Emmy-award winning “Columbus Neighborhoods” documentary series. The Tri-Village neighborhood encompasses Marble Cliff, Grandview Heights and Upper Arlington, each a distinct community but with a shared history.
This time on Broad & High, find out how art explores political unrest and learn how a Japanese Friendship Doll became the symbol of friendship between the United States and Japan in the 1920s.