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.
On this Episode of Broad & High, the Worthington Doll Museum, Liz Roberts: Always Nowhere, A conversation with Donna Collins, claymation with Seth Mittag, and The Passport as well as an artist and animator from Texas, specializing in claymation.
On the next Broad & High, we’ll reflect on Emerson Burkhart and his impact on the Columbus arts scene. Also, a museum address climate change the through the science of art. Watch Wednesday at 7:30pm on WOSU TV.
Zanesville established the inaugural Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics competition. Honeyrun Farm is a small family-run farm near Williamsport, Ohio. Affectionately referred to as “dessert in a glass,” the Apple Pie Mead produced by Brothers Drake signifies all that we love about this time of year. Artist Steve Slaske takes us on a trip around [...]
Deane Arnold is a 51-year-old graphic artist from Reynoldsburg who works in many mediums, however when the leaves begin to turn, it’s mostly gourds.
He just started carving 3D pumpkins last year and now cars and onlookers line the street to see his creations.
From KUHT in Houston In this segment, we’ll explore the heritage and tradition of mural painting at Texas Southern University in Houston that began in 1949. Today, the halls are lined with more than 120 murals by African-American artists, which offer a visual representation of the black experience in the South.