19ChoreOVIDS Dances, Burned Wood Prints, Fruit Roll Up
On this episode of Broad & High
A choreographer tries to capture the emotions of the pandemic. An artist uses electricity to create a unique canvas in wood. Plus, a Kate’s Quick Bite recipe from Nannette Maciejunes and some reggae music to welcome spring.
Broad & High Presents Local Music
Our local music series continues with in-studio performances by Central Ohio bands.
Each week, we’ll feature songs and an interview with a local band.
Broad & High: The Ultimate Intersection of Arts & Culture
An exciting and original weekly magazine show, developed by the award-winning production team of WOSU Public Media, explores the character and creativity of Columbus and beyond. Thursdays at 8pm on WOSU TV.
Major funding for Broad & High is provided by the Greater Columbus Arts Council, with contributing funding from the Bill & Mae McCorkle Foundation.
Kate has been the ambassador of Broad & High since Season 3. When she’s not busy managing special events and marketing for WOSU Public Media, she spends her time baking, running, exploring Columbus, binge watching television, and contemplating ways to meet Benedict Cumberbatch.
Jackie Shafer is the Producer of Broad & High. When she’s not exploring all the fabulous arts and culture Columbus has to offer, she’s choreographing very complicated and physically impossible roller-skating routines in her head.
Cindy Gaillard is the Executive Producer of Arts & Culture for Television. She says: “It’s the best job ever. I get to talk to artists all day and when I bring flaming juggling clubs into the office, no one takes notice.”
Audrey Hasson guided viewers through Seasons 1 & 2 of Broad & High. When not Gallery Hopping through the Short North, you might find Audrey seeing a theatre show or concert, having cocktails at a lil spot on High St., competing in a Tough Mudder, or trying desperately to beat her mom at tennis.