The Art Show

September 14 at 6pm on CET & September 15 at 8pm on CET arts

Season 8, Episode 12

Rock balancer and installation artist Sterling Gregory

The Weaver’s Guild of Greater Cincinnati preserves the ancient heritage of fiber arts through education and creativity.

Artist Charlotte McGraw

The Columbus Museum of Art surveys the remarkable work of American Surrealist artist Honoré Sharrer.

A California neighborhood turning dumpsters into canvases

Sacramento musician Sean Royal uses nontraditional materials to create unique works of art.

The works of Norman Rockwell

Travel to Reno, Nevada, where Michelle Lassaline combines painting, performance, and mask-making to inspire childlike wonder.

September 21 at 6pm on CET & September 22 at 8pm on CET arts

Season 8, Episode 13

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

Ballet Moves offers classes to Cincinnati children and young adults with Down syndrome and cerebral palsy.

Cleveland woodworker Jon Hill

Troy artist Kyleen Greene repurposes books into eye-catching paper sculpture.

Designer Kenji Kondo

Travel to Loveland to check out the collectibles and oddities on display at Memento Mori.

About The Art Show

Southwest Ohio is home to strong, vibrant, and thriving arts and cultural communities. The Art Show takes a look at the artists and the art scene in and around Cincinnati and Dayton. The weekly award-winning series features profiles from the worlds of art, music, dance, and theater in our corner of Ohio, along with cultural highlights from across the nation.

The Art Show is broadcast Saturdays at 6pm on CET and Sundays at 8pm on CET Arts.

Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District

The Art Show has been made possible thanks to the
Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District.

About Rodney Veal

Rodney Veal, host of The Art Show

Rodney Veal, an independent choreographer and interdisciplinary artist, serving as adjunct faculty for Stivers School of the Performing Arts and Sinclair Community College. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a B.S in Political Science and Visual Arts and The Ohio State University with an MFA in Choreography. Rodney currently serves as President of the board of trustees of Ohio Dance and on the boards of Friends of Levitt Pavilions Dayton, WYSO and Homefull. He is the recipient of several MCACD grants and fellowships. Several of his works have been performed as part of the Ohio Dance Festival. He was one of five artists chosen nationwide to participate in the Blue Sky Dayton Project Artist in Residency Program held in collaboration with the University of Dayton.