The Art Show – Season 9

Season 9, Episode 1

New York native and Richmond graffiti artist David Gerena

From Black to Gold shares the journey of up-and-coming Cincinnati music artist Dayo Gold as he finds his true self through his words, his beats, and the culture of hip hop:

Jason Harrelson

Travel to Cleveland to check out George Bellows’ famous and controversial 1909 boxing painting Stag at Sharkey’s:

Columbus photographer Jenny Fine

Storm chaser Stephen Locke uses his camera to capture the fury of mother nature:

Columbus photographer Jenny Fine

Each summer, Rochester Contemporary Art Center’s 6×6 exhibition showcases thousands of original, small artworks:

Season 9, Episode 2

Centerville artist Virginia Krause Hess

The Funk Music Hall of Fame and Exhibition Center opens its doors in downtown Dayton:

Hip Hop artist Marcus Harrison

Travel to Philadelphia and step back in time with a visit to the Museum of the American Revolution:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

Get a sneak peek of Human Flow from filmmaker Ai Weiwei, which illustrates the staggering scale and impact of the refugee crisis:

Season 9, Episode 3

Dayton Film Maker David Sherman and Songwriter Sandy Bashaw

Newly resettled in Cincinnati with his family, Syrian refugee Ahmad Darouich continues to perfect his craft as a painter:

Columbus artist Amy Leibrand

Songwriter Lou Poster of the Columbus band Drift Mouth celebrates the sounds of coal country:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

Minneapolis visual artist Moira Bateman creates unique sculptural dresses inspired by the natural world:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

The paintings of Florida artist Jordan Senarens explore the intersection of math and time:

Season 9, Episode 4

Art Street at the University of Dayton

Retired Dayton pastor Yvette Walker Dalton returns to her artistic roots.

The Max Beckmann Exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum

Travel to Minnesota to learn storytelling secrets from renowned biographer William Souder:

Albert Ewing's 'Hidden Mothers' photography

Kansas City artist Jarrett Mellenbruch creates a haven for wild honeybees:

Longline Skateboards

Get acquainted with the ‘sugar rush art’ of Sacramento painter Jared Konopitski:

Season 9, Episode 5

North South Studios in Wilmington

The Cincinnati Black Theatre Company celebrates African American theatre, culture, and history:

Mixed media artist and sculptor Amanda Louise Spayd

Capital City Pipes & Drums brings the music and dance traditions of the Scottish Highlands to Central Ohio:

Contemporary artist Quang Ho and his exhibition at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale

The work of London-based conceptual artist Mona Hatoum explores the nature of home:

Artist Steve Slaske

Former Cincinnati Enquirer political cartoonist Dwane Powell looks back on a lifetime of covering the news:

Season 9, Episode 6

Dayton Art Institute

Learn about the unique Casavant Organ inside Westminster Presbyterian Church in downtown Dayton:

Ceramic artist Sara Swink

Travel to Milwaukee to check out the ‘Artists at Work’ exhibit at the Grohmann Museum:

The copper kettle factory D. Picking Company

Orlando student artist Brooke Hill tackles tough topics in her work.

Fiber artist Karen Mulier

The California Art Club in Pasadena marks over a century of fellowship for traditional fine artists:

Season 9, Episode 7

Dayton's Zoot Theatre Company

Erin Beckloff keeps alive the art of letterpress printing:

Columbus Artist and Doll Maker Amber Groome

The third annual Contemporary Ceramics competition in Zanesville is profiled. Meet artist Doug Swift:

The Wonderbound Dance Studio in Denver, Colorado

The Lighthouse Guild in New York is the only community music school in the country for people who are blind or visually impaired:

Season 9, Episode 8

Season 9, Episode 9

Dayton Watercolorist Peter Frederick

Cincinnati’s Art for All People uses artmaking to bring healing to those in crisis:

Merry-Go-Round Museum in Sandusky

Visit the humble cottage of writer Edgar Allan Poe:

Animator Seth Mittag

Travel to Cocoa, FL to meet sixth-grade violinist Emma Brandenburg.

See Art Orlando public art project

Arizona video artist Steve Gompf turns thrift store finds into fictional Victorian-era TV sets.

Season 9, Episode 10

The Rubi Girls

The Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus builds bridges of understanding through music:

Penny scale collector Christopher Steele

Travel to Columbus to meet Nikos Fyodor Rutkowski, who is both a special-effects artist and a fine art painter:

Kit home designer Brett Zamore

Sacramento artist Pat Mahony refuses to let personal challenges stand in the way of her talent or her compulsion to create:

12 Years a Slave

Artist Robin Cass of Rochester, New York, crafts otherworldly scientific specimens from hot-sculpted glass and metal:

Season 9, Episode 11

Dayton Fiber artist Jackie Weatherly

Nate Freeland of Neusole Glassworks in Cincinnati demonstrates the art of glassblowing:

Artist and Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Bluffton University Phil Sugden

Visit The Messenger Wall, a sculptural mural in the Short North Arts District of Columbus:

New Mexico Arts Studio Axle Contemporary

Minneapolis dancer Gadu Doushin performs Butoh, an avant-garde Japanese art form:

Season 9, Episode 12

Rock balancer and installation artist Sterling Gregory

Newly-resettled in Dayton, refugee artist Mohammed Hanif Esmaty paints images of his Afghan homeland from memory:

Artist Charlotte McGraw

Abstract landscape painter Laura Leigh Lanchantin works en plein air in the Catskill Mountains:

A California neighborhood turning dumpsters into canvases

Learn about the Unsung Heroes Living History Project in Sacramento, which honors the service of African American military veterans:

The works of Norman Rockwell

Meet the soldier musicians of the 323D Army Band at historic Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas:

Season 9, Episode 13

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

S.O.S. (Save Our Souls) Art Cincinnati promotes art as a vehicle for peace, justice and a better world:

Cleveland woodworker Jon Hill

Yellow Springs sculptor Jon Barlow Hudson creates public art on a monumental scale:

Designer Kenji Kondo

Behavioral health centers in Southwest Ohio are embracing music therapy as a tool in addiction treatment and recovery: