The Art Show – Season 6
Season 6, Episode 1
A childhood dream becomes reality for Cincinnati puppeteer Terrence Burke. Learn about his organization, Wump Mucket Puppets: http://www.wumpmucketpuppets.com/.
Columbus painter Keturah Ariel is passionate about empowering young girls of color:http://www.arielbrands.com/.
We go behind the scenes with the Chamber Dance Project in Washington, D.C.: http://chamberdance.org/.
Travel to Houston to meet the chocolatier behind Cacao and Cardamom: https://www.cacaoandcardamom.com/.
Season 6, Episode 2
The Jafagirls of Yellow Springs use craft activism to raise awareness of social issues: http://jafagirls.blogspot.com/.
We visit the Cohen Film Collection in Columbus, where modern technology is being used restore and preserve rare movie classics: http://www.cohenfilmcollection.net/.
The 442s in St. Louis fuse classical music and jazz: http://the442s.com/.
Season 6, Episode 3
Cincinnati painter Brent Naughton captures the greatness of sports legends: http://www.brentnaughton.com/.
Art 360 in Portsmouth, Ohio, features an exhibit of art created on ostrich eggs: http://www.arthatchingacrossohio.com/.
California master weaver Porfirio Gutierrez demonstrates ancient Zapotec techniques: http://www.porfiriogutierrez.com/.
The Art Show goes behind the scenes with dancers from the Houston Ballet to learn more about their ballet shoes: https://www.houstonballet.org/.
Season 6, Episode 4
The Antioch Writers’ Workshop gives us a peek into the Miami Valley’s vibrant creative writing community: http://www.antiochwritersworkshop.com/.
Columbus encaustic painter Denny Griffith creates surreal landscapes and biomorphic forms: http://www.hammondharkins.com/artists-2/dennison-griffith/.
Explore the studio of Cleveland glass blower Mark Sudduth: http://www.sudduthglass.com/.
Season 6, Episode 5
Cincinnati paper artist Judith Serling-Sturm creates one-of-a-kind books: http://judithserling-sturm.com/.
Travel to the Shot Tower Gallery in Columbus for an exhibit that explores the idea of “landmark.” Learn more: http://cawcolumbus.com/exhibitions/landmark/.
Visit the glass shop at Liberty Craftworks in Dearborn, Michigan: https://www.thehenryford.org.
The animation of Troy, New York artist Nathan Meltz combines analog and digital world: http://nathanmeltz.com.
Season 6, Episode 6
Oakwood’s Bahar & Reza create fashion couture inspired by ancient Persian designs for the red carpet and royalty: http://baharreza.com/.
Students at Heritage Middle School in Hilliard, Ohio put a modern twist on the mosaic: http://www.delawaremosaics.com/.
Travel to Cleveland where a special calendar highlights the work of Northeast Ohio artists: http://www.visitagc.com/.
Meet Sacramento sculptor Richard Feese who repurposes discarded objects in surprising ways: http://richardfeese.com/.
Season 6, Episode 7
Self-taught graffiti artist David Gerena returns to his roots: http://www.davidgerena.com/.
Visit Columbus to check out an exhibit of contemporary quilts and textile art: http://eusa.org/exhibition/material-pulses/.
Minnesota’s Fawzia Khan makes the leap from practicing medicine to making art: http://www.mnsculptors.com/fawzia.khan.
The Walldogs paint murals and old-fashioned wall advertisements that transform a small town in Wisconsin: http://thewalldogs.com/.
Season 6, Episode 8
The Springfield Museum of Art celebrates 70 years of inspiration and education: https://www.springfieldart.net/.
Columbus photographer Rick Buchanan captures the details of nature: http://www.rickbuchananphotography.com/.
Visit the Minneapolis studio of paper sculptor Kim Matthews: http://www.kimmatthewsart.com/.
Portland, Oregon fashion designer Anna Cohen goes green with sustainable apparel: http://annacohen.com/annacohen/.
Season 6, Episode 9
Cincinnati’s cutting-edge performance group concert:nova performs chamber music with a visual twist: http://concertnova.com/.
Travel to the Columbus shop of Beck & Orr Bookbinders, where precious books have been repaired and restored for more than 100 years: www.beckandorr.com/.
Self-taught Cleveland artist Craig Mitchell Smith molds glass into three-dimensional shapes: www.craigmitchellsmith.com/.
Inspired by the Buddhist tradition, Tampa’s Paula Brett makes one-of-a-kind mandalas out of candy: http://paulambrett.com/.
Season 6, Episode 10
Cincinnati photographer Steve Ziegelmeyer captures everything from rock concerts and events, to portraits and landscapes: http://ziegelmeyerphotography.com/.
Columbus artisan Larissa Boiwka creates a special corset for the PBS series Mercy Street: http://www.wildehunt.com/.
Visit the studio of Cleveland portrait artist Judy Carducci: http://www.judithcarducci.com/.
The Listening Room Festival brings music performances into Tampa living rooms: http://www.listeningroomfestival.com/.
Season 6, Episode 11
Russian-born Cincinnati artist Ivanka Lempitsky transforms found objects into fine jewelry: https://www.facebook.com/ArtistIvanka/.
Artist Robert Buck reflects on highly-charged American experiences in his solo exhibit in Columbus, States of America: https://pizzuticollection.org/exhibition/robert-beck-robert-buck-states-of-america/.
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde teams up with a Colorado scientist to create a rainbow: http://www.berndnaut.nl/.
Travel to Detroit to meet fiber artist Carole Harris: http://www.charris-design.com/.
Season 6, Episode 12
Dayton’s Gem City Ballet celebrates 25 years of producing professional dancers: gemcityballet.org/.
Virginia Overton repurposes discarded marble for a sculpture at the newly renovated Columbus Metropolitan Library: whitecube.com/news/virginia_overton_commission
The Aspen Music Festival and School is a training ground for young classical musicians: aspenmusicfestival.com/.
Costumes make the leap from idea on the page to reality on the stage at the Arizona Opera: azopera.org/.
Season 6, Episode 13
The artmaking process of Yellow Springs potter Naysan McIlhargey forges a unique bond: http://mvpottery.com/.
Composer and performer Eddy Kwon brings music education to the Price Hill neighborhood with MYCincinnati: http://www.mycincinnatiorchestra.org/.
Explore the Covington, Kentucky, studio of fine art taxidermist Jeremy Johnson: http://www.meddlingwithnature.com/about/people/jeremy/.