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 of Broad & High we take a look at “piano hospital” has been teaching blind adults the art of piano refurbishing and tuning. Plus the art of painting restoration and learn about the Crocker Art Museum that has been open for more than 125 years.
On the next Broad & High, veterans turn their war weary military uniforms into paper and works of art at the Pump House in Chillicothe, Ohio. Also, the story of Northwest Ohio’s Great Black Swamp. Watch Wednesday, January 14 at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.
The Columbus Metropolitan Library serves 21 locations in Franklin County, and its operations center in Gahanna serves as a hub for the movement of all the materials that move through the system. We sneak behind the scenes after dark to find out just exactly how the books get onto the shelf.
On this episode of Broad & High we take a look at Bill Cohen, a retired journalist, who stays true to the 1960s with folk music. Then a plein air artist, Jon Browning, who is also a practicing attorney and a look at an exhibit that uses currency as art at the Columbus Museum of [...]
On this episode of Broad & High, we visit the Transfiguration exhibit at the Wexner Center for the Arts, get an update on construction at the Columbus Museum of Art and take a look at the popular online series Animator vs. Animation.
An all local edition of Broad & High featuring artist profiles, COSI, a cat and baton.
On this episode of Broad & High, Reflections of an Artist: Emerson Burkhart. The Blacksmith John King. Our Columbus Neighborhoods series has led us to some amazing re-enactors who have tremendous skill. Artist Profile: Richard Duarte Brown, and we stop by Philadelphia’s Chemical Heritage Foundation.