The Art Show - Previous Guests
Our local arts program – The Art Show – presents profiles and features from the worlds of music, theater, dance and art in the Miami Valley along with national arts and cultural highlights. See who we’ve featured so far this season.
February 16 at 6pm on CET & February 17 at 8pm on CET Arts
Dayton’s Caitlin Cartwright uses art as a tool for peace and social change. https://www.caitlincartwright.com/
Reno printmaker Katherine Case combines poetry and art. http://meridianletterpress.com/
Students at the Columbus College of Art & Design create enrichment items for animals at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
PLUS – a performance by Cincinnati hip-hop artist Dayo Gold. https://twitter.com/itsdayogold
February 9 at 6pm on CET & February 10 at 8pm on CET Arts
The King Records story is brought to life in a new musical at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. https://www.cincyplay.com/productions/cincinnati-king
Hear Jane Roar provides a safe platform for women in Columbus to share their stories and become empowered. https://www.hearjaneroar.org/
Cleveland author Keith Allen creates pop-up storybooks. https://www.messypopup.com/
Artists and volunteers bring the full-scale Space Whale sculpture to life in the desert for Burning Man. http://www.thespacewhale.com/
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February 2 at 6pm on CET & February 3 at 8pm on CET Arts
Great creative ideas are born at The Collaboratory in Dayton. http://www.daytoncollaboratory.org
One of their success stories, the Dayton Sewing Collaborative, uses sewing as a common thread to bring people together. https://daytonsewing.com/
Get a sneak peek of the new work commissioned by Opera Columbus and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra based on the Great Flood of 1913. https://www.operacolumbus.org/events/the-flood/
Colorado artist Greg Vigil shares his woodworking process.
January 26 at 6pm on CET & January 27 at 8pm on CET Arts
Cincinnati’s TRIIIBE is a group of artists who stand together at the intersection of art and activism, challenging the boundaries of society. http://triiibeworldwide.com
A chance encounter inspired Cairo-born abstract painter Bassmi Ibrahim to follow his passion. http://www.bassmi.com/
Nevada welder Jim Moffitt transforms metal into 360-degree works of art. https://twistedsteelnv.com/
Travel to the North Market in Columbus to sample creative treats at Coco Cat Bakery & Chocolates. https://www.cococatbakery.com/
January 19 at 6pm on CET & January 20 at 8pm on CET Arts
Cincinnati woodworker Jeff Vollmer reveals some of the secrets of his puzzle boxes: http://merchantsofmirth.weebly.com/.
A Columbus exhibit of work by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Max Desfor gives us a look back at the Korean War: http://www.ohio.org/events/exhibit-tour-the-forgotten-war-korea-1950-photographs-by-max-desfor.
Travel to New York City for a ride on Jane’s Carousel - a lovingly restored, historic jewel that once called Youngstown, Ohio home: http://janescarousel.com/.
Meet Arizona sculptor Bobby Zokaites, who uses a Roomba robot vacuum as a paint brush: http://www.bobbyzokaites.com/work#/roomba-paintings/.
January 12 at 6pm on CET & January 13 at 8pm on CET Arts
A conceptual wall drawing by the late Sol LeWitt is reinstalled on the Wright State University campus: https://liberal-arts.wright.edu/art-galleries.
Columbus artist Mandi Caskey brings the spirit animals of Compton Construction employees to life: http://comptonllc.com/spirit-animal-sightings/.
The magic of the midway is celebrated at the Showmen’s Museum near Tampa, Florida: http://showmensmuseum.org/.
California’s Sandra E. Artist uses the human body as the canvas for her walking works of art: http://www.seartiststudio.com/sandra-e-artist.html.
January 5 at 6pm on CET & January 6 at 8pm on CET Arts
Chase Public brings artists and audiences together in Cincinnati’s Northside: https://www.chasepublic.com/.
Travel to Columbus to meet special-effects makeup artist Janae Smith: http://www.rawartists.org/janaesmithart.
British artist Philip Worthington combines graphic design and technology to create shadow monsters: https://www.mfah.org/exhibitions/shadow-monsters/.
Videographer Thomas Ashcraft documents rare atmospheric phenomena at his New Mexico lab: http://www.heliotown.com/.
December 29 at 6pm on CET & December 30 at 8pm on CET Arts
New Carlisle artist Jean Koeller enjoys painting en plein air: http://www.jeankoeller.com/.
Worthington, Ohio’s historic Trondlin fortepiano undergoes a complete restoration: http://worthingtonhistory.org/.
Ensemble Ibérica brings the music of Spain and Portugal to Kansas City audiences: http://www.ensembleiberica.org/.
Minneapolis photographer Sarah Beth Ernhart specializes in modern and unique pet portraits: http://sarahbethphotography.com/.
December 22 at 6pm on CET & December 23 at 8pm on CET Arts
Visit the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberforce, Ohio: https://www.ohiohistory.org/visit/museum-and-site-locator/national-afro-american-museum.
Woodworker James Mellick crafts a special collection of wounded warrior dogs at his Union County, Ohio workshop: http://jamesmellick.com/home_005.htm.
Travel to Arizona to meet alabaster sculptor Susan Zalkind: http://www.alabaster.net/.
Minnesota artist Kurt Seaberg creates lithographs of mysterious and haunting landscapes: http://www.kurtseaberg.com/.
December 15 at 6pm on CET & December 16 at 8pm on CET Arts
Dayton artist Annie Lee-Zimerle creates playful images with a powerful message: http://www.annieleezimerle.com/.
Check out the free-flowing style of Columbus fashion designer Voszi Douglas: https://www.facebook.com/voszi.douglas.
The Butterfly Project of Houston’s Holocaust Museum connects generations: http://butterflies.hmh.org/.
Flophouse Skateboards creates hand-painted and custom decks in Ann Arbor, MI: https://www.facebook.com/flophousesk8boards/.
December 8 at 6pm on CET & December 9 at 8pm on CET Arts
The stunning works of the husband-and-wife team behind Koverman Mosaic are part of the fabric of Cincinnati: http://koverman-mosaic.com/.
Meet the members of the Columbus tap-dance company Movement Afoot: http://movementafoottap.com/.
New Mexico photographer Kirk Gittings finds a sense of presence in abandoned and unpopulated places: http://www.gittingsphoto.com/.
Florida wildlife artist Virginia Fifield creates realistic charcoal portraits: http://virginiafifield.com/.