The Art Show – Season 12
Season 12, Episode 1
Vulcan’s Forge Performing Arts Collaborative has been bringing challenged and unchallenged Cincinnati artists together in fellowship since 2016.
Travel to the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida for an exhibit of contemporary art influenced by graphic novels and comic books.
Season 12, Episode 2
Meet The King of Reno, accordion player Corky Bennett.
Season 12, Episode 3
The Center for Performance Arts and Learning in Wixom, Michigan is an inclusive space to explore the arts.
Season 12, Episode 4
University of Dayton graphic design students transform poems into visual art for Walking with Words at The Hub inside the Dayton Arcade.
Granville, Ohio artist Christian Faur creates pixelated portraits from thousands of stacked crayons.
Season 12, Episode 5
The printmakers of Pull Club Studio in Cincinnati find inspiration in nature, humor, and the Midwest.
Choreographer Ari Christopher’s “This Car Up” reinterprets the incident that triggered the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921.
Ringling College of Art and Design student Melvin Gomez uses his talents to break the cycle of gun violence.
Season 12, Episode 6
Meet the high-energy, special needs dancers of Quest Special Forces All-Star Dance Team in Beavercreek.
Season 12, Episode 7
Ohio Heritage Fellow Padma Chebrolu teaches classical dance at the Cultural Centre of India in Cincinnati. A special thank you to the Hindu Temple of Dayton for assisting with this story.
The artists of Greenwood Imagine in Oklahoma ask visitors to envision a world where the Tulsa Race Massacre never took place.
Season 12, Episode 8
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s Black Futures Series reflects on the past, present, and future of Black creativity.
Oklahoma printmaker Mark Sisson contemplates his lifetime of work both in and out of the classroom as he prepares to retire from teaching.
Season 12, Episode 9
The Ben Carlson-Berne Scholarship provides high-quality, private music lessons for underserved youth in Cincinnati.
Historic Sarasota High School in Florida is transformed into an art museum and visual arts education center.
Season 12, Episode 10
Tulsa artist Joel Daniel Phillips creates life-size drawings of censored WPA-era photographic negatives that document the Great Depression.
Florida artist Lisa Lee Herman demonstrates the traditional Japanese method of fish printing known as gyotaku.
Season 12, Episode 11
New Mexico photographer Will Wilson creates studio portraits of indigenous individuals that reflect the past.
Season 12, Episode 12
Learn why a campus stairwell covered in art is important to students and faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Season 12, Episode 13
Visit the Paul Laurence Dunbar House in Dayton as the community celebrates the poet’s 150th birthday.
Take a tour of the Sewah Studios foundry in Marietta, Ohio, which creates historic markers from coast to coast, including the new National Votes for Women Trail.