On this episode of Broad & High, we visit the Ohio History Connection to unearth some relics both modern and prehistoric and then a look at a quite artist whose work speaks volumes.
Nautia follows the story of a young girl living at the bottom of the sea as she dreams of what lies beyond the surface of the water. Created by a team of animation students at CCAD, we’ll chat with some of the student animators who helped bring this tale to shore.
Columbus artist Jenny Fine says her camera has become a tool for facilitating intimacy between herself and her family, and nowhere is that more evident than in her â€œFlat Grannyâ€ series, soon to be on view at the Dublin Arts Council. The artist photographed her grandmother during the last ten years of her life.
Charlotte Belland, who teaches computer animation at CCAD, was invited this summer to install works of miniature art at S.Dot Gallery – a dollhouse-sized art gallery featuring monthly exhibits curated by Columbus artist Stephanie Rond. But when Charlotte installed her tiny, 3-D printed zebras, the place turned into a zoo.
Explore the new 50,000 square foot wing of the Columbus Museum of Art. Ohio history curator Cliff Eckle shows us artifacts from the crash site of the USS Shenandoah. Ticket booths in downtown Columbus turn heads after getting an artful makeover. Larry Smith hosts a meet-up at Katzinger’s Deli to encourage people to share stories in just six words.
Basia Irland is an artist and activist who creates international water projects designed to bring awareness to the world’s increasing ecological disruption. Plus a carbon capture scooter, Dawn B. Dwyer’s animal portraits and D’Art the Gallery Cat at the Dublin Arts Council.