Join Broad & High for a special one hour look behind-the-scenes at the 2015 Columbus Arts Festival. Meet the artists, learn about the new and exciting activities, music and public art all on this special edition of Broad & High at 8pm Tuesday, June 9 on WOSU TV.
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.
On the next Broad & High, two veteran BalletMet ballet dancers exit the stage, a look at 19th century jewelry made out of hair, and we celebrate the artist journey out of recovery.
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 the next Broad & High, we’ll explore a hidden space at the Ohio Statehouse and literature and theatre collide on stage at the Wexner Center for the Arts. Watch Wednesday, May 27 at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.
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.
On the next Broad & High, children in the Weinland Park neighborhood find a creative new way to welcome you into their community. Plus, see the inner workings of Little Free Libraries in Columbus Neighborhoods and the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
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.
Next time on Broad & High, join use from some stories of creativity from the Tri-Village neighborhood.
We’ll show scenes from the upcoming documentary Columbus Neighborhoods: Tri-Village documentary include the story of Vaud-Villities and an early Italian family as well as the hidden talent by Grandview Heights artist Amy Leibrand.