The Art Show - Previous Guests
Our local arts program – The Art Show – presents profiles and features from the worlds of music, theater, dance and art in the Miami Valley along with national arts and cultural highlights. See who we’ve featured so far this season.
Aired April 23 on ThinkTV16
Arts educator Joe Deer inspires tomorrow’s stars of the stage at Wright State University: https://www.facebook.com/MTIatWSU
Columbus musician Wolfgang Parker creates children’s books starring crime-fighting cats: http://crimecatsbooks.com/
Houston architect Sherry Tseng Hill crafts colorful masks from discarded packaging: http://www.sherrytsenghill.com/
The Central Florida performers of Radiant Illusions play with fire: http://www.radiantillusions.com/
Art comes together piece by piece for Sacramento collage artist Maureen Hood: http://www.maureenhood.com/
Aired April 16 on ThinkTV16
Dayton’s Willis “Bing” Davis uses the arts to spark dialogue and build community: http://www.daytoncvb.com/listings/willis-bing-davis-studio-and-ebonnia-gallery/436/
Columbus artist Marc Lincewicz creates dream-like pen and ink drawings: http://marclincewicz.com/home.html
Art spans the generations in Continuance from father to son in Colorado Springs: http://www.csfineartscenter.org/exhibits/continuance-charles-and-collin-parson/
The Barber Lounge Unplugged in Albany, New York: https://www.facebook.com/MJBarberLounge/
Aired April 9 on ThinkTV16
An Art-o-mat vending machine lands in Dayton: http://www.artomat.org/
Columbus blacksmith John King shares the art of an ancient trade: https://www.ohiohistory.org/visit/ohio-village
Miami’s Live In Color Dance Collective spreads the funk: https://www.facebook.com/liveincolordancecollective
Hot Mama’s Cakes in Sacramento is taking cake decorating to a new tier: http://www.hotmamascakes.net/
Buddhist monks create a sand mandala in Houston.
Aired April 2 on ThinkTV16
See how the Rosewood Arts Centre enriches lives through creativity and the arts: http://www.playkettering.org/rosewood/
Devon Palmer exhibits his craft inside his Columbus woodshop: http://www.devonpalmer.com/
Travel back to the golden age of American art at the Bush-Holley House: http://www.hstg.org/bh_history
Meet Florida artists of the silk as they soar overhead with graceful movements: http://www.orlandoaerialarts.com/
Aired March 26 on ThinkTV16
Dayton artist Colleen McCulla creates a new work daily and posts her creative processes to social media: http://www.colleenmcculla.com/
Travel to Columbus and visit The Joseph, a boutique hotel with an art focus: http://www.lemeridiencolumbus.com/
Denver florist Arthur Williams draws from nature when sculpting human adornments: http://www.babylonfloral.com/
Houston silk screen artist Carlos Hernandez adds a bit of whimsy to everyday items: http://www.carloshernandezprints.com/
Aired February 27 on ThinkTV16
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/.
Aired February 19 on ThinkTV16
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/.
Aired February 12 on ThinkTV16
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/.
Aired February 5 on ThinkTV16
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.
Aired January 28 on ThinkTV16
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/.
Aired January 22 on ThinkTV16
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/.
Aired January 15 on ThinkTV16
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/.
Aired January 8 on ThinkTV16
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/.