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.
In this episode, at look the the college finals of the Rube Goldberg Machine content, poet Kazim Ali, cake artist Tennille Finnegan-Saldivar, former NASA architect Garrett Finney and an artist profile of Robert Butler who was a member of The Highwaymen, a group of African-American artists in the 1950s.
You’ve likely seen them already and wondered how one rides them, not to mention mount them. Those tall, strangely shaped bikes that are a fixture at community festivals and are “Frankensteined” together using a mishmash of spare parts. We went inside Righteous Mothers Bicycle Club to find out what kind of skill it takes to become a member.
Columbus artist and MacArthur Prize winner Aminah Robinson is known for telling the story of her community and African-American heritage through her art. She reflected on her career in a recent conversation at the Columbus Metropolitan Club with Denny Griffith, who last year retired as president of the Columbus College of Art & Design.