On the next Broad & High, a look at how artist Noah Deledda turns ordinary pop cans into intricate works of geometry. We take a ride with Axle Contemporary an art gallery on wheels. Finally Matthew Wilson, a ceramics artist, turns his vessels into complex works of art. Watch Wednesday, April 8 at 7:30pm on [...]
This time on Broad & High, we’ll bring you figure painting from the Arnold Sports Festival. Take a look at Phase Shift at the Urban Arts Space, a thesis exhibition for 14 Ohio State graduating MFA students. We’ll visit Kingmakers, a Short North business, working to redefine game night.
On the next Broad & High, we look at stained glass restoration at Green Lawn Abbey Cemetery. Then a look at Beck & Orr bookbinders, who perform Bible restoration, in the Hilltop. Watch Wednesday, April 1 at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.
On this episode of Broad & High, wood turner Devon Palmer demonstrates his craft for us inside his studio at the Columbus Idea Foundry in Franklinton. A Tradition of Progress exhibit at the Decorative Arts Center in Lancaster shares the story of Ohio through what is perhaps the most transformative time period in American history. [...]
A look at Columbus’ new boutique art hotel, The Joseph, and its Ohio art portfolio. Urban Landscapes an exhibit that explored the fundamental nature of city life at Riffe Gallery. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the Celtic sounds of The Ladies of Longford. Finally, a look at functional pottery by Jason Wolff.
On the next Broad & High, Devon Palmer shows off his woodturning skills. Learn how Ohio paved the way for modernism, and puppets and dance collide in a new production at the Garden Theatre.
Malcolm J picked up his pencil once more. He’s now largely known for his architectural drawings of the Short North, where he can often be seen sketching live on High Street during Gallery Hop. But he wants everyone to know he’s much more than a street artist.
The Glamazons are drag performers… but without the queen. The group stages out-of-this-world productions at Wall Street Nightclub downtown that feel less about imitating women and more about showcasing sci-fi fantasy creatures that are both fierce and fabulous. It’s art before gender with this Columbus band of alien drag rebels.