The Art Show – Season 7
Season 7, Episode 1
Cincinnati’s Nancy Hopkins creates one-of-a-kind ceramics and sculpture from terracotta earthenware.
The Bodies@Work exhibit in Columbus reveals the creative collaboration between fashion designer Isabel Toledo and artist Ruben Toledo.
Sacramento’s Artisan Mind engages the creative abilities of those living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Season 7, Episode 2
Houston street photographer Alonzo Williams Jr. steps out of his comfort zone with the Everyday Strangers project.
Dancers in Minnesota share the meaning, history, and ceremonial dress of three unique Native American dances.
Season 7, Episode 3
Cincinnati photographer Tina Gutierrez uses developmental movement to capture the authentic self of her subjects.
Music creates a bond of brothers for the vocalists of Detroit’s Vision Male Ensemble.
Season 7, Episode 4
Women artists Dare to Be Heard in a powerful exhibit in Columbus.
Retired Wisconsin art teacher Ramona Audley creates colorful pop sculptures that are 100 percent recycled.
Season 7, Episode 5
The stunning works of the husband-and-wife team behind Koverman Mosaic are part of the fabric of Cincinnati.
New Mexico photographer Kirk Gittings finds a sense of presence in abandoned and unpopulated places.
Season 7, Episode 6
Dayton artist Annie Lee-Zimerle creates playful images with a powerful message.
Season 7, Episode 7
Visit the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberforce, Ohio.
Woodworker James Mellick crafts a special collection of wounded warrior dogs at his Union County, Ohio workshop.
Season 7, Episode 8
Season 7, Episode 9
Season 7, Episode 10
A conceptual wall drawing by the late Sol LeWitt is reinstalled on the Wright State University campus.
Season 7, Episode 11
A Columbus exhibit of work by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Max Desfor gives us a look back at the Korean War.
Travel to New York City for a ride on Jane’s Carousel – a lovingly restored, historic jewel that once called Youngstown, Ohio home.
Season 7, Episode 12
ReImagining Works commissions new, original artwork for branches of the Dayton Metro Library.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a trip to MMELO Boutique Confections in the Short North Arts District of Columbus.
The one-man show “Bond: A Soldier and His Dog” by Iraq War veteran Logan Black captivates audiences at the Kansas City Fringe Festival.
Season 7, Episode 13
The Pens to Pictures collaborative teaches incarcerated women at Dayton Correctional Institution how to make their own short films, from script to screen.
Cuban-born Cervilio Amador finds freedom as a principle dancer of the Cincinnati Ballet.