The Art Show – Season 11
Season 11, Episode 1
Visit the Kettering studio of ceramics artist Arthur Kettner, the inaugural artist in residence at Rosewood Arts Centre.
Season 11, Episode 2
Founded in 1892, the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati is the oldest existing women’s art club operating without interruption in the United States.
The Colour of Music festival highlights the contributions of black classical music composers and performers.
Season 11, Episode 3
Scenic Solutions in West Carrollton dazzles theatre audiences around the world with their handcrafted sets and scenery.
The TréPhonos project uses repurposed pay phones to tell the story of Houston’s Third Ward neighborhood.
Season 11, Episode 4
Learn about the inspiration for Cynthia Lockhart’s Journey to Freedom quilt exhibit at The Taft Museum of Art.
Season 11, Episode 5
Celebrate seven centuries of classical and contemporary music with the Bach Society of Dayton.
Artist LaToya Ruby Frazier documents the closing of the Lordstown, Ohio GM plant in “The Last Cruze” at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus.
Ohio Heritage Fellow Aimee Lee is North America’s leading practitioner of hanji – the traditional Korean craft of handmade paper.
Season 11, Episode 6
Meet the women behind the inspirational musical “She’s Crazy” as they work to change the conversation around mental health in Cincinnati and beyond.
Reno artist Tina Vines uses chain stitch embroidery to create custom western wear designs and lettering.
Season 11, Episode 7
Dive underwater in Key West to check out the Plastic Ocean exhibition aboard the wreck of the USNS Vandenberg.
Teresa Melendez creates elaborate regalia for Native American cultural events and ceremonies.
Season 11, Episode 8
Discover the secret hiding in the colorful Convergent Focus sculpture in Silverton.
Learn how NASA’s Johnson Space Center inspired the stained glass windows in a Houston church.
Season 11, Episode 9
Rookwood Pottery‘s 140th anniversary brings the company full circle, with an eye on the future and a focus on its roots.
Learn how the Classical Tahoe Chamber Music series pivoted during the pandemic to provide classical music to audiences.
Season 11, Episode 10
What does it take to become an opera singer? Meet Maya Vansuch, an artist-in-residence with the Dayton Opera.
Season 11, Episode 11
Meet some of Ohio’s trailblazing African American women in the Queens of the Heartland exhibit.
Season 11, Episode 12
Broadway composer and Cincinnati native Richard Oberacker shepherds his upcoming stage musical “Bruce” through the pandemic.
Season 11, Episode 13
The vibrant designs of Dayton textile artist Yetunde Rodriguez help the new Gem City Market to shine.
Cass Tech’s Harp and Vocal Program in Detroit is the oldest public school harp and vocal program in the country.
Season 11, Episode 14
Meet Tilly Berghege, the avant-garde artist whose shop “Tilly’s Creations” was a Cincinnati staple for 10 years.
Looking for ways to lighten hearts during the pandemic, Columbus resident Thom McCain performs daily concerts from his porch.
Season 11, Episode 15
Mosaic artist Jes McMillan seeks to inspire, empower, and unify the Dayton community through public art.
Season 11, Episode 16
Kathleen Clawson steps into the spotlight as the new Artistic Director of the Dayton Opera.
Denver military veteran Rod Ford uses his welding talents to combat PTSD.
The Nevada Department of Transportation decorates the state’s highways with public art grounded in community heritage and culture.
Step back in time to enjoy classic video arcade games at the Replay Museum in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
Season 11, Episode 17
Cincinnati’s ArtsConnect offers creative exploration to artists of all ages at their newly-renovated Springfield Township Arts Center.
The Harlem Quartet gives a master class to music students at Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico.