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Showcase with Barbara Kellar #304: From the Village to Vogue: The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith Exhibit at Cincinnati Art Museum

Cynthia Amneus (Curator of Fashion Arts and Textiles) discusses the Cincinnati Art Museum’s newest exhibit: From the Village to Vogue: The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith.

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Once every two years, budget permitting, the grand chandelier in Music Hall's Springer Auditorium is carefully dropped to its lowest point and cleaned. By hand. Crystal by crystal. As Music Hall electrician Gary Kidney explains, this is not a job for the faint of heart!



 

Donna Collins, Executive Director for Ohio Citizens for the Arts and the Ohio Alliance for Arts Education, offers practical advice for how to schedule and meet with your legislators.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Chris Pinelo and Kathy Finley from the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with two wonderful Cininnatians, Jack and Marilyn Osborn.



 

Long-time Burbank sidekick Kevin “Doc” Wolfe sits in on this episode of "Burbank on Burbank," which centers on Gilbert Gnarley.



 

This last episode of "Burbank on Burbank" gets sentimental, as Gary harkens back to his childhood.



 

In this first episode, John Kiesewetter elicits a sampling of some of our favorite Burbank characters.



 

In this episode, Gary Burbank discusses how 700WLW sports personalities provided great entertainment on his daily "Sports or Consequences" trivia segment.



 

Barbara Kellar talks with Lori Klinedinst, Chairman of the Friends of the May Festival.



 

Speak Up! For the Arts demonstrates why the arts are important for every child's education. Teachers, parents, administrators and artists share their thoughts on the impact of arts education and how to become an arts advocate.Visit the Speak Up! For the Arts website to find out how you can become an arts advocate.