The Art Show

Southwest Ohio is home to strong, vibrant, and thriving arts and cultural communities. The Art Show takes a look at the artists and the art scene in and around Cincinnati and Dayton. The weekly award-winning series features profiles from the worlds of art, music, dance, and theater in our corner of Ohio, along with cultural highlights from across the nation.

The Art Show is broadcast Sunday afternoons at 5pm on ThinkTV16 and ThinkTV16HD.

Airs December 11 on ThinkTV16
Season 4 - Episode 7​

Jazz pianist Khalid Moss takes a trip down memory laneJazz pianist Khalid Moss takes a trip down memory lane. 

Abstract artist Todd Camp tells the secrets behind his workAbstract artist Todd Camp tells the secrets behind his work: http://www.toddcampart.com

Designer Rebecca Vizard transforms antique textiles in her Louisiana studioDesigner Rebecca Vizard transforms antique textiles in her Louisiana studio: http://bviz.com

Photographer Steve Sabella focuses a lens on his heritagePhotographer Steve Sabella focuses a lens on his heritage: http://stevesabella.com

 


Are you an artist or know an artist with an interesting story?  Pitch it to us!  Contact us here.  Please include your contact information and links to performances or art samples online.

 

Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District

The Art Show has been made possible thanks to the

Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District. 

Rodney Veal - Host of The Art Show


Rodney Veal, an independent choreographer and interdisciplinary artist, serves as adjunct faculity for Stivers School of the Performing Arts, Sinclair Community College and the University of Dayton. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a B.S in Political Science and Visual Arts and The Ohio State University with an MFA in Choreography. Rodney currently serves on the board of trustees of Ohio Dance and as chair of the Blue Sky Project. He is the recipient of several MCACD grants and fellowships. Several of his works have been performed as part of the Ohio Dance Festival. He was one of five artists chosen nationwide to participate in the blue Sky Dayton Project Artist in Residency Program held in collaboration with the University of Dayton.