Cynthia Amnéus, Curator of Fashion Arts & Textiles at the Cincinnati Art Museum, joins Barbara Kellar to discuss the historical accuracy of the period fashions in Downton Abbey.
Culture & Society
Culture & Society Video Library
Barbara Kellar talks with Jack Rouse, President of Jack Rouse Associates, about the Banks project and his career.
Barbara Kellar talks with one of our most accomplished Cincinnatians, Bill Keating, about his exciting career, his life experiences and his family.
Angela Corley, who works at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, tells CET about her aunt Wilhelmina Jakes Street, who sparked the the Civil Rights movement in Tallahassee, Florida, 50 years ago.
Barbara Kellar talks with Dr. Mitchel Livingston and Mike McCuen about NCCJ and their annual fundraiser, Walk as One and Freedom Run.
Barbara Kellar talks with Robert and Cynthia Muhlhauser about the organization Youth Opportunities United, an organization that was founded in 1990 by a group of community members concerned about the future of youth in our area.
Donna Burns tells CETconnect's Joanne Grueter about Communiversity and how adults in Greater Cincinnati can enroll in classes.
Barbara Kellar talks with Kathryn Merchant about the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, the Tristate region's community foundation.
Barbara Kellar talks with Karen Maier and Ellie Berghausen about Impact 100.
Barbara Kellar talks with Buck Niehoff and Albert Pyle about the Mercantile Library in Cincinnati, a non-profit institution supported by members' annual subscriptions, gifts, and income from an endowment fund.
Barbara Kellar talks with John Reusing and Charles Anness about the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.