The Art Show – Season 10
Season 10, Episode 1
Cincinnati’s TRIIIBE is a group of artists who stand together at the intersection of art and activism, challenging the boundaries of society.
Season 10, Episode 2
One of their success stories, the Dayton Sewing Collaborative, uses sewing as a common thread to bring people together.
Get a sneak peek of the new work commissioned by Opera Columbus and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra based on the Great Flood of 1913.
Colorado artist Greg Vigil shares his woodworking process.
Season 10, Episode 3
Hear Jane Roar provides a safe platform for women in Columbus to share their stories and become empowered.
Season 10, Episode 4
Students at the Columbus College of Art & Design create enrichment items for animals at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.
Season 10, Episode 5
The Fitton Center for Creative Arts in Hamilton provides a variety of programs and unique arts experiences to Butler County residents.
Also known as Mama Fasi, Ohio Heritage Fellow Linda Thomas Jones shares her passion for African drumming.
Season 10, Episode 6
Travel to Minneapolis to explore General Delivery, an installation by artist Emily Stover that allowed visitors to play the role of postman.
Season 10, Episode 7
Traditional folklore dance brings generations together with Folclor Hispano’s annual performance in Columbus.
Astronaut Scott Kelly gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it’s like to be a photographer on the International Space Station.
Season 10, Episode 8
The Dayton Contemporary Dance Company (DCDC) celebrates fifty years of excellence and cultural diversity by hosting the 2019 International Association of Blacks in Dance Conference and Festival.
Season 10, Episode 9
Season 10, Episode 10
Season 10, Episode 11
Self-taught Reno artist Gina Iwahashi demonstrates the ancient Japanese fabric dyeing technique of shibori.
Season 10, Episode 12
The Educational Theatre Association provides professional development, advocacy, and networking support to theatre arts educators in Ohio and beyond.
Season 10, Episode 13
Meet photographer William Messer, the curator who’s made Iris BookCafé and Gallery the go-to place for fine photography in Cincinnati.
July 14 at 5:30pm on ThinkTV16
Season 10, Episode 14
The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music showcases a brand new production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.