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Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
10.1 3d Art Melissa Janda, a Milwaukee-based stained glass artist combines contemporary painting techniques with this ancient art form. Steven Ligouri, a sculptor, captures fine details of Las Vegas history in both small and large-scale sculptures. Bruce Munro, a British artist fascinated by light and color, is featured with his unique installations. Jonathan Latiano, a Baltimore-based artist is profiled with his 3D installations/artwork that explode through floors and walls. Mark Simon, a longtime animation artist, explains how storyboards have greatly influenced the animation industry. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
228 TH 07/10/14 06:30pm 00:29:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
10.1 Art Outside The Box Heather Henson, the daughter of the late Jim Henson, explores the intersection of puppetry and conservation in a puppetry performance in Milwaukee. An outdoor art installation that looks back into the lives of African Americans living in the 3rd Ward neighborhood of Houston is presented. An exhibit showcasing the diverse skills and range of artists from Korea is featured. Milwaukee's Splash Studio, a fun, interactive painting bar is highlighted. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
221 TH 07/17/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
10.1 Creative Expression Jason Rohlf, a Milwaukee-born abstract artist is profiled. His exhibit at the Tory Folliard Gallery focuses on layering of colors, surfaces, and textures to develop a collection of artwork entitled "Navigational Aids". Civic Morning Musicals, established in 1890, features a group of musical volunteers working to preserve the love and performance of chamber music. Michael Endo, a painter and glass artist focuses on post-apocalyptic storytelling through mixed media. A look is taken at Art Car Parade. A unique parade of cars that many consider to be "mobile masterpieces". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
216 TH 07/24/14 06:30pm 00:28:30 (RPT) (CC) × ST
10.1 Artistic Collaborations Ruth DeYoung Kohler offers a tour of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, showcasing artwork from 40 years of artists creating works as part of Kohler's "Arts/Industry" program. A look is taken at "The Hub," a unique collaboration space for artists to come together and showcase their works. The origins of "techno" music are traced; and, the "Jews Who Rock" exhibit at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee explores the influence of Jews on rock and roll music over the last 60 years.
WEB LINK
238 TH 07/31/14 06:30pm 00:28:30 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Origins of Art A look is taken at the collaboration between Milwaukee's Present Music and four communities (Burnham Park, Sherman/Washington Park, Lindsay Heights, Harambee), as they work to develop an interactive concert surrounding the concept of "home" as part of their season's finale. Patrick Dougherty, an artist constructing interactive sculptures out of twigs is profiled. Las Vegas painter Jerry Misko talks about being inspired by Vegas’ neon signs. Tom Ferderbar, a retired advertising photographer from Delafield is best known for his photos of the West--especially Yosemite National Park and Route 66, talks about his training with the renowned Ansel Adams. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
239 TH 08/07/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Historic Art The history and importance of emeralds are traced by the supervisor of jewelry at Christie’s. Artist Tim George’s traditional Western rawhide braiding is showcased. The renovations at the FDR presidential library are examined. A special episode from the "American Masters" series is previewed, focusing on George Plimpton's creative connections with the staff working on "The Paris Review". Steven Monser, a glass blower, discusses the art and joy of creating hand-blown glass. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
240 TH 08/14/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Life Imitating Art Lance Greathouse and his team at Greathouse Labs are visited, where they design and build fun and functional wheelchairs. Artist Amanda Louise Spayd hand-sews her imaginative creations into doll-like figures with a quirky charm. Tony Carosella, a digital photographer, embeds QR codes into his photos for greater interaction with the art. Gary Dudley, a ceramics artist shows how he takes his visions and casts them into bronze. An Arizona artist who is feeding the homeless and making fun art out of the leftover cans of food is profiled. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
241 TH 08/21/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Art As A Story The magical re-invention of Shakespeare's classic "The Tempest," developed by Aaron Posner and Teller (the silent partner of "Penn and Teller") is explored. In “Wonderbound,” a contemporary ballet company provides an inside-look at the development of the modern ballet. James Reddington, a documentary photographer, focuses on people's treasured mementoes kept in "memory boxes" for his "Pandora Project”. Julie Seltzer, a female scribe, works on writing a sacred Jewish text--the Torah--one ancient letter as a time. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
242 TH 08/28/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 3d Art Melissa Janda, a Milwaukee-based stained glass artist combines contemporary painting techniques with this ancient art form. Steven Ligouri, a sculptor, captures fine details of Las Vegas history in both small and large-scale sculptures. Bruce Munro, a British artist fascinated by light and color, is featured with his unique installations. Jonathan Latiano, a Baltimore-based artist is profiled with his 3D installations/artwork that explode through floors and walls. Mark Simon, a longtime animation artist, explains how storyboards have greatly influenced the animation industry. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
228 FR 07/11/14 12:30am 00:29:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 3d Art Melissa Janda, a Milwaukee-based stained glass artist combines contemporary painting techniques with this ancient art form. Steven Ligouri, a sculptor, captures fine details of Las Vegas history in both small and large-scale sculptures. Bruce Munro, a British artist fascinated by light and color, is featured with his unique installations. Jonathan Latiano, a Baltimore-based artist is profiled with his 3D installations/artwork that explode through floors and walls. Mark Simon, a longtime animation artist, explains how storyboards have greatly influenced the animation industry. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
228 SA 07/12/14 11:30am 00:29:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Art Outside The Box Heather Henson, the daughter of the late Jim Henson, explores the intersection of puppetry and conservation in a puppetry performance in Milwaukee. An outdoor art installation that looks back into the lives of African Americans living in the 3rd Ward neighborhood of Houston is presented. An exhibit showcasing the diverse skills and range of artists from Korea is featured. Milwaukee's Splash Studio, a fun, interactive painting bar is highlighted. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
221 FR 07/18/14 12:30am 00:27:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Art Outside The Box Heather Henson, the daughter of the late Jim Henson, explores the intersection of puppetry and conservation in a puppetry performance in Milwaukee. An outdoor art installation that looks back into the lives of African Americans living in the 3rd Ward neighborhood of Houston is presented. An exhibit showcasing the diverse skills and range of artists from Korea is featured. Milwaukee's Splash Studio, a fun, interactive painting bar is highlighted. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
221 SA 07/19/14 11:30am 00:27:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Creative Expression Jason Rohlf, a Milwaukee-born abstract artist is profiled. His exhibit at the Tory Folliard Gallery focuses on layering of colors, surfaces, and textures to develop a collection of artwork entitled "Navigational Aids". Civic Morning Musicals, established in 1890, features a group of musical volunteers working to preserve the love and performance of chamber music. Michael Endo, a painter and glass artist focuses on post-apocalyptic storytelling through mixed media. A look is taken at Art Car Parade. A unique parade of cars that many consider to be "mobile masterpieces". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
216 FR 07/25/14 12:30am 00:28:30 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Creative Expression Jason Rohlf, a Milwaukee-born abstract artist is profiled. His exhibit at the Tory Folliard Gallery focuses on layering of colors, surfaces, and textures to develop a collection of artwork entitled "Navigational Aids". Civic Morning Musicals, established in 1890, features a group of musical volunteers working to preserve the love and performance of chamber music. Michael Endo, a painter and glass artist focuses on post-apocalyptic storytelling through mixed media. A look is taken at Art Car Parade. A unique parade of cars that many consider to be "mobile masterpieces". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
216 SA 07/26/14 11:30am 00:28:30 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Artistic Collaborations Ruth DeYoung Kohler offers a tour of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, showcasing artwork from 40 years of artists creating works as part of Kohler's "Arts/Industry" program. A look is taken at "The Hub," a unique collaboration space for artists to come together and showcase their works. The origins of "techno" music are traced; and, the "Jews Who Rock" exhibit at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee explores the influence of Jews on rock and roll music over the last 60 years.
WEB LINK
238 FR 08/01/14 12:30am 00:28:30 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Artistic Collaborations Ruth DeYoung Kohler offers a tour of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, showcasing artwork from 40 years of artists creating works as part of Kohler's "Arts/Industry" program. A look is taken at "The Hub," a unique collaboration space for artists to come together and showcase their works. The origins of "techno" music are traced; and, the "Jews Who Rock" exhibit at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee explores the influence of Jews on rock and roll music over the last 60 years.
WEB LINK
238 SA 08/02/14 11:30am 00:28:30 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Origins of Art A look is taken at the collaboration between Milwaukee's Present Music and four communities (Burnham Park, Sherman/Washington Park, Lindsay Heights, Harambee), as they work to develop an interactive concert surrounding the concept of "home" as part of their season's finale. Patrick Dougherty, an artist constructing interactive sculptures out of twigs is profiled. Las Vegas painter Jerry Misko talks about being inspired by Vegas’ neon signs. Tom Ferderbar, a retired advertising photographer from Delafield is best known for his photos of the West--especially Yosemite National Park and Route 66, talks about his training with the renowned Ansel Adams. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
239 FR 08/08/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Origins of Art A look is taken at the collaboration between Milwaukee's Present Music and four communities (Burnham Park, Sherman/Washington Park, Lindsay Heights, Harambee), as they work to develop an interactive concert surrounding the concept of "home" as part of their season's finale. Patrick Dougherty, an artist constructing interactive sculptures out of twigs is profiled. Las Vegas painter Jerry Misko talks about being inspired by Vegas’ neon signs. Tom Ferderbar, a retired advertising photographer from Delafield is best known for his photos of the West--especially Yosemite National Park and Route 66, talks about his training with the renowned Ansel Adams. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
239 SA 08/09/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Historic Art The history and importance of emeralds are traced by the supervisor of jewelry at Christie’s. Artist Tim George’s traditional Western rawhide braiding is showcased. The renovations at the FDR presidential library are examined. A special episode from the "American Masters" series is previewed, focusing on George Plimpton's creative connections with the staff working on "The Paris Review". Steven Monser, a glass blower, discusses the art and joy of creating hand-blown glass. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
240 FR 08/15/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Historic Art The history and importance of emeralds are traced by the supervisor of jewelry at Christie’s. Artist Tim George’s traditional Western rawhide braiding is showcased. The renovations at the FDR presidential library are examined. A special episode from the "American Masters" series is previewed, focusing on George Plimpton's creative connections with the staff working on "The Paris Review". Steven Monser, a glass blower, discusses the art and joy of creating hand-blown glass. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
240 SA 08/16/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Life Imitating Art Lance Greathouse and his team at Greathouse Labs are visited, where they design and build fun and functional wheelchairs. Artist Amanda Louise Spayd hand-sews her imaginative creations into doll-like figures with a quirky charm. Tony Carosella, a digital photographer, embeds QR codes into his photos for greater interaction with the art. Gary Dudley, a ceramics artist shows how he takes his visions and casts them into bronze. An Arizona artist who is feeding the homeless and making fun art out of the leftover cans of food is profiled. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
241 FR 08/22/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Life Imitating Art Lance Greathouse and his team at Greathouse Labs are visited, where they design and build fun and functional wheelchairs. Artist Amanda Louise Spayd hand-sews her imaginative creations into doll-like figures with a quirky charm. Tony Carosella, a digital photographer, embeds QR codes into his photos for greater interaction with the art. Gary Dudley, a ceramics artist shows how he takes his visions and casts them into bronze. An Arizona artist who is feeding the homeless and making fun art out of the leftover cans of food is profiled. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
241 SA 08/23/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Art As A Story The magical re-invention of Shakespeare's classic "The Tempest," developed by Aaron Posner and Teller (the silent partner of "Penn and Teller") is explored. In “Wonderbound,” a contemporary ballet company provides an inside-look at the development of the modern ballet. James Reddington, a documentary photographer, focuses on people's treasured mementoes kept in "memory boxes" for his "Pandora Project”. Julie Seltzer, a female scribe, works on writing a sacred Jewish text--the Torah--one ancient letter as a time. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
242 FR 08/29/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Art As A Story The magical re-invention of Shakespeare's classic "The Tempest," developed by Aaron Posner and Teller (the silent partner of "Penn and Teller") is explored. In “Wonderbound,” a contemporary ballet company provides an inside-look at the development of the modern ballet. James Reddington, a documentary photographer, focuses on people's treasured mementoes kept in "memory boxes" for his "Pandora Project”. Julie Seltzer, a female scribe, works on writing a sacred Jewish text--the Torah--one ancient letter as a time. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
242 SA 08/30/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 3d Art Melissa Janda, a Milwaukee-based stained glass artist combines contemporary painting techniques with this ancient art form. Steven Ligouri, a sculptor, captures fine details of Las Vegas history in both small and large-scale sculptures. Bruce Munro, a British artist fascinated by light and color, is featured with his unique installations. Jonathan Latiano, a Baltimore-based artist is profiled with his 3D installations/artwork that explode through floors and walls. Mark Simon, a longtime animation artist, explains how storyboards have greatly influenced the animation industry. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
228 TH 07/10/14 06:30pm 00:29:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.2 Art Outside The Box Heather Henson, the daughter of the late Jim Henson, explores the intersection of puppetry and conservation in a puppetry performance in Milwaukee. An outdoor art installation that looks back into the lives of African Americans living in the 3rd Ward neighborhood of Houston is presented. An exhibit showcasing the diverse skills and range of artists from Korea is featured. Milwaukee's Splash Studio, a fun, interactive painting bar is highlighted. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
221 TH 07/17/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.2 Creative Expression Jason Rohlf, a Milwaukee-born abstract artist is profiled. His exhibit at the Tory Folliard Gallery focuses on layering of colors, surfaces, and textures to develop a collection of artwork entitled "Navigational Aids". Civic Morning Musicals, established in 1890, features a group of musical volunteers working to preserve the love and performance of chamber music. Michael Endo, a painter and glass artist focuses on post-apocalyptic storytelling through mixed media. A look is taken at Art Car Parade. A unique parade of cars that many consider to be "mobile masterpieces". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
216 TH 07/24/14 06:30pm 00:28:30 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.2 Artistic Collaborations Ruth DeYoung Kohler offers a tour of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, showcasing artwork from 40 years of artists creating works as part of Kohler's "Arts/Industry" program. A look is taken at "The Hub," a unique collaboration space for artists to come together and showcase their works. The origins of "techno" music are traced; and, the "Jews Who Rock" exhibit at the Jewish Museum Milwaukee explores the influence of Jews on rock and roll music over the last 60 years.
WEB LINK
238 TH 07/31/14 06:30pm 00:28:30 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Origins of Art A look is taken at the collaboration between Milwaukee's Present Music and four communities (Burnham Park, Sherman/Washington Park, Lindsay Heights, Harambee), as they work to develop an interactive concert surrounding the concept of "home" as part of their season's finale. Patrick Dougherty, an artist constructing interactive sculptures out of twigs is profiled. Las Vegas painter Jerry Misko talks about being inspired by Vegas’ neon signs. Tom Ferderbar, a retired advertising photographer from Delafield is best known for his photos of the West--especially Yosemite National Park and Route 66, talks about his training with the renowned Ansel Adams. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
239 TH 08/07/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Historic Art The history and importance of emeralds are traced by the supervisor of jewelry at Christie’s. Artist Tim George’s traditional Western rawhide braiding is showcased. The renovations at the FDR presidential library are examined. A special episode from the "American Masters" series is previewed, focusing on George Plimpton's creative connections with the staff working on "The Paris Review". Steven Monser, a glass blower, discusses the art and joy of creating hand-blown glass. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
240 TH 08/14/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Life Imitating Art Lance Greathouse and his team at Greathouse Labs are visited, where they design and build fun and functional wheelchairs. Artist Amanda Louise Spayd hand-sews her imaginative creations into doll-like figures with a quirky charm. Tony Carosella, a digital photographer, embeds QR codes into his photos for greater interaction with the art. Gary Dudley, a ceramics artist shows how he takes his visions and casts them into bronze. An Arizona artist who is feeding the homeless and making fun art out of the leftover cans of food is profiled. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
241 TH 08/21/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Art As A Story The magical re-invention of Shakespeare's classic "The Tempest," developed by Aaron Posner and Teller (the silent partner of "Penn and Teller") is explored. In “Wonderbound,” a contemporary ballet company provides an inside-look at the development of the modern ballet. James Reddington, a documentary photographer, focuses on people's treasured mementoes kept in "memory boxes" for his "Pandora Project”. Julie Seltzer, a female scribe, works on writing a sacred Jewish text--the Torah--one ancient letter as a time. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
242 TH 08/28/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST