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Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
10.1 Natural Inspiration Artist Bonnie Gale is profiled, as she creates "living structures" using willow branches. A look is taken at a creepy but effective 19th century technique for family photography. Photographer Syd Moen's work is explored. He creates "little planets" (3D-like images) of architecture and landscapes. Heidi Jung's charcoal art inspired by nature is highlighted; and Photographer Eric Anderson creates whimsical worlds with real people and fire. Sandy Maxx hosts. (43 of 46)
WEB LINK
243 TH 09/04/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
10.1 New Artistic Perspective A look is taken at the 60 years of murals painted at Texas Southern University that tell the stories of the students and their world. An exhibit at the JFK Presidential Library offers new insights into the Cuban Missile Crisis. An interactive exhibit explores carnival sideshows as an expression of feminist power and tolerance. The dance collective SMAG pushes the boundaries of contemporary dance. Sandy Maxx hosts. (44 of 46)
WEB LINK
244 TH 09/11/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Artistic Lessons An intimate look is taken at the acting Master Classes offered at Ten Chimneys Museum and Arts Center in Genesee, Wisconsin. Master Class instructor David Hyde Pierce, Milwaukee Rep actress Angela Iannone, and Ten Chimneys' Foundation president Randy Bryant are interviewed. Carlito Dalceggio, a multi-disciplinary artist explores pop imagery, mysticism, and more. Two women known as the Eatonville Quilters, talk about preserving African American traditions of their community with quilts. Opera singer Ingvar Estrada gives the classic genre a modern twist. Sandy Maxx hosts. (45 of 46)
WEB LINK
245 TH 09/18/14 06:30pm 00:26:59 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Art On Display The classic Disney tale "The Jungle Book" was originally created by Rudyard Kipling. A look is taken at the collaboration for a musical version of story. The evolving arts culture of the American West is explored in the Coors Western Art Exhibit. The Max Beckmann Gallery at the St. Louis Art Museum is toured. It features the largest collection of the German painter's work in the country. Houston's Funnel Tunnel is featured. The outdoor art installation drew the community together to create it. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
246 TH 09/25/14 06:30pm 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Local Look at Arts 5 Retired advertising photographer Tom Ferderbar of Delafield, WI (owner of Ferderbar Studios) is profiled. He's spent the last 40 years documenting the American West, especially Route 66, Yosemite, and the Tetons. Milwaukee-based stained glass artist Melissa Janda combines painting with her traditional stained glass art. Racine artist Bill Reid creates whimsical, moveable metal sculptures and pedal vehicles. A look is taken at the first retrospective of art from the "Arts/Industry" program offered at KOHLER Co. that showcases 40 years of artists working with industrial specialists. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
301 TH 10/02/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Shared Art A look is taken at We Care Arts, a unique partnership that provides both art and life skills for those with physical, mental, and emotional challenges. A tour is taken through the traveling exhibit about Sherlock Holmes that features interactive elements and historical information about the character over the years. Photographer Robert Christensen captures the spirit of New Mexico. A contemporary exhibit of Native American art is explored. (2 of 46)
WEB LINK
302 TH 10/09/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Art's Deeper Meaning Charlotte Kruk, the year-long artist at the Racine Art Museum showcases the power of consumerism through fiber art. Marc Chagall's powerful exhibit of work during the period surrounding the Holocaust is examined. The creative and creation process of an African-American heritage flag is explored. A community-based art project involving "can art" and donations to feed a local community is showcased. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
303 TH 10/16/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Passion for Art Craig Royal, a visually impaired photographer with a passion for nature photography is profiled. Cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski talks about his great love for playing the cello. David Tart looks into the history and love for creating animation. Penny Scales talks about collecting and showcasing the American Penny Scale. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
304 TH 10/23/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Artistic Imagination A look is taken at artist Edward Hopper's drawing/painting process through a unique collection of his sketches. Dyanna Taylor, the granddaughter of famed photographer Dorothea Lange, gives insights into her (and her grandmother's) photography. Architect Brett Zamore creates homes from old-style models with a modern twist. A stage adaptation of an ancient Sumarian tale is told through the words of the actors in "Inanna". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
305 TH 10/30/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Natural Inspiration Artist Bonnie Gale is profiled, as she creates "living structures" using willow branches. A look is taken at a creepy but effective 19th century technique for family photography. Photographer Syd Moen's work is explored. He creates "little planets" (3D-like images) of architecture and landscapes. Heidi Jung's charcoal art inspired by nature is highlighted; and Photographer Eric Anderson creates whimsical worlds with real people and fire. Sandy Maxx hosts. (43 of 46)
WEB LINK
243 FR 09/05/14 12:30am 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.1 New Artistic Perspective A look is taken at the 60 years of murals painted at Texas Southern University that tell the stories of the students and their world. An exhibit at the JFK Presidential Library offers new insights into the Cuban Missile Crisis. An interactive exhibit explores carnival sideshows as an expression of feminist power and tolerance. The dance collective SMAG pushes the boundaries of contemporary dance. Sandy Maxx hosts. (44 of 46)
WEB LINK
244 FR 09/12/14 12:30am 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Artistic Lessons An intimate look is taken at the acting Master Classes offered at Ten Chimneys Museum and Arts Center in Genesee, Wisconsin. Master Class instructor David Hyde Pierce, Milwaukee Rep actress Angela Iannone, and Ten Chimneys' Foundation president Randy Bryant are interviewed. Carlito Dalceggio, a multi-disciplinary artist explores pop imagery, mysticism, and more. Two women known as the Eatonville Quilters, talk about preserving African American traditions of their community with quilts. Opera singer Ingvar Estrada gives the classic genre a modern twist. Sandy Maxx hosts. (45 of 46)
WEB LINK
245 FR 09/19/14 12:30am 00:26:59 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Artistic Lessons An intimate look is taken at the acting Master Classes offered at Ten Chimneys Museum and Arts Center in Genesee, Wisconsin. Master Class instructor David Hyde Pierce, Milwaukee Rep actress Angela Iannone, and Ten Chimneys' Foundation president Randy Bryant are interviewed. Carlito Dalceggio, a multi-disciplinary artist explores pop imagery, mysticism, and more. Two women known as the Eatonville Quilters, talk about preserving African American traditions of their community with quilts. Opera singer Ingvar Estrada gives the classic genre a modern twist. Sandy Maxx hosts. (45 of 46)
WEB LINK
245 SA 09/20/14 11:30am 00:26:59 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Art On Display The classic Disney tale "The Jungle Book" was originally created by Rudyard Kipling. A look is taken at the collaboration for a musical version of story. The evolving arts culture of the American West is explored in the Coors Western Art Exhibit. The Max Beckmann Gallery at the St. Louis Art Museum is toured. It features the largest collection of the German painter's work in the country. Houston's Funnel Tunnel is featured. The outdoor art installation drew the community together to create it. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
246 FR 09/26/14 12:30am 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Art On Display The classic Disney tale "The Jungle Book" was originally created by Rudyard Kipling. A look is taken at the collaboration for a musical version of story. The evolving arts culture of the American West is explored in the Coors Western Art Exhibit. The Max Beckmann Gallery at the St. Louis Art Museum is toured. It features the largest collection of the German painter's work in the country. Houston's Funnel Tunnel is featured. The outdoor art installation drew the community together to create it. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
246 SA 09/27/14 11:30am 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Local Look at Arts 5 Retired advertising photographer Tom Ferderbar of Delafield, WI (owner of Ferderbar Studios) is profiled. He's spent the last 40 years documenting the American West, especially Route 66, Yosemite, and the Tetons. Milwaukee-based stained glass artist Melissa Janda combines painting with her traditional stained glass art. Racine artist Bill Reid creates whimsical, moveable metal sculptures and pedal vehicles. A look is taken at the first retrospective of art from the "Arts/Industry" program offered at KOHLER Co. that showcases 40 years of artists working with industrial specialists. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
301 FR 10/03/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Local Look at Arts 5 Retired advertising photographer Tom Ferderbar of Delafield, WI (owner of Ferderbar Studios) is profiled. He's spent the last 40 years documenting the American West, especially Route 66, Yosemite, and the Tetons. Milwaukee-based stained glass artist Melissa Janda combines painting with her traditional stained glass art. Racine artist Bill Reid creates whimsical, moveable metal sculptures and pedal vehicles. A look is taken at the first retrospective of art from the "Arts/Industry" program offered at KOHLER Co. that showcases 40 years of artists working with industrial specialists. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
301 SA 10/04/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Shared Art A look is taken at We Care Arts, a unique partnership that provides both art and life skills for those with physical, mental, and emotional challenges. A tour is taken through the traveling exhibit about Sherlock Holmes that features interactive elements and historical information about the character over the years. Photographer Robert Christensen captures the spirit of New Mexico. A contemporary exhibit of Native American art is explored. (2 of 46)
WEB LINK
302 FR 10/10/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Shared Art A look is taken at We Care Arts, a unique partnership that provides both art and life skills for those with physical, mental, and emotional challenges. A tour is taken through the traveling exhibit about Sherlock Holmes that features interactive elements and historical information about the character over the years. Photographer Robert Christensen captures the spirit of New Mexico. A contemporary exhibit of Native American art is explored. (2 of 46)
WEB LINK
302 SA 10/11/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Art's Deeper Meaning Charlotte Kruk, the year-long artist at the Racine Art Museum showcases the power of consumerism through fiber art. Marc Chagall's powerful exhibit of work during the period surrounding the Holocaust is examined. The creative and creation process of an African-American heritage flag is explored. A community-based art project involving "can art" and donations to feed a local community is showcased. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
303 FR 10/17/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Art's Deeper Meaning Charlotte Kruk, the year-long artist at the Racine Art Museum showcases the power of consumerism through fiber art. Marc Chagall's powerful exhibit of work during the period surrounding the Holocaust is examined. The creative and creation process of an African-American heritage flag is explored. A community-based art project involving "can art" and donations to feed a local community is showcased. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
303 SA 10/18/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Passion for Art Craig Royal, a visually impaired photographer with a passion for nature photography is profiled. Cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski talks about his great love for playing the cello. David Tart looks into the history and love for creating animation. Penny Scales talks about collecting and showcasing the American Penny Scale. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
304 FR 10/24/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Passion for Art Craig Royal, a visually impaired photographer with a passion for nature photography is profiled. Cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski talks about his great love for playing the cello. David Tart looks into the history and love for creating animation. Penny Scales talks about collecting and showcasing the American Penny Scale. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
304 SA 10/25/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Artistic Imagination A look is taken at artist Edward Hopper's drawing/painting process through a unique collection of his sketches. Dyanna Taylor, the granddaughter of famed photographer Dorothea Lange, gives insights into her (and her grandmother's) photography. Architect Brett Zamore creates homes from old-style models with a modern twist. A stage adaptation of an ancient Sumarian tale is told through the words of the actors in "Inanna". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
305 FR 10/31/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Natural Inspiration Artist Bonnie Gale is profiled, as she creates "living structures" using willow branches. A look is taken at a creepy but effective 19th century technique for family photography. Photographer Syd Moen's work is explored. He creates "little planets" (3D-like images) of architecture and landscapes. Heidi Jung's charcoal art inspired by nature is highlighted; and Photographer Eric Anderson creates whimsical worlds with real people and fire. Sandy Maxx hosts. (43 of 46)
WEB LINK
243 TH 09/04/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.2 New Artistic Perspective A look is taken at the 60 years of murals painted at Texas Southern University that tell the stories of the students and their world. An exhibit at the JFK Presidential Library offers new insights into the Cuban Missile Crisis. An interactive exhibit explores carnival sideshows as an expression of feminist power and tolerance. The dance collective SMAG pushes the boundaries of contemporary dance. Sandy Maxx hosts. (44 of 46)
WEB LINK
244 TH 09/11/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Artistic Lessons An intimate look is taken at the acting Master Classes offered at Ten Chimneys Museum and Arts Center in Genesee, Wisconsin. Master Class instructor David Hyde Pierce, Milwaukee Rep actress Angela Iannone, and Ten Chimneys' Foundation president Randy Bryant are interviewed. Carlito Dalceggio, a multi-disciplinary artist explores pop imagery, mysticism, and more. Two women known as the Eatonville Quilters, talk about preserving African American traditions of their community with quilts. Opera singer Ingvar Estrada gives the classic genre a modern twist. Sandy Maxx hosts. (45 of 46)
WEB LINK
245 TH 09/18/14 06:30pm 00:26:59 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Art On Display The classic Disney tale "The Jungle Book" was originally created by Rudyard Kipling. A look is taken at the collaboration for a musical version of story. The evolving arts culture of the American West is explored in the Coors Western Art Exhibit. The Max Beckmann Gallery at the St. Louis Art Museum is toured. It features the largest collection of the German painter's work in the country. Houston's Funnel Tunnel is featured. The outdoor art installation drew the community together to create it. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
246 TH 09/25/14 06:30pm 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Local Look at Arts 5 Retired advertising photographer Tom Ferderbar of Delafield, WI (owner of Ferderbar Studios) is profiled. He's spent the last 40 years documenting the American West, especially Route 66, Yosemite, and the Tetons. Milwaukee-based stained glass artist Melissa Janda combines painting with her traditional stained glass art. Racine artist Bill Reid creates whimsical, moveable metal sculptures and pedal vehicles. A look is taken at the first retrospective of art from the "Arts/Industry" program offered at KOHLER Co. that showcases 40 years of artists working with industrial specialists. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
301 TH 10/02/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Shared Art A look is taken at We Care Arts, a unique partnership that provides both art and life skills for those with physical, mental, and emotional challenges. A tour is taken through the traveling exhibit about Sherlock Holmes that features interactive elements and historical information about the character over the years. Photographer Robert Christensen captures the spirit of New Mexico. A contemporary exhibit of Native American art is explored. (2 of 46)
WEB LINK
302 TH 10/09/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Art's Deeper Meaning Charlotte Kruk, the year-long artist at the Racine Art Museum showcases the power of consumerism through fiber art. Marc Chagall's powerful exhibit of work during the period surrounding the Holocaust is examined. The creative and creation process of an African-American heritage flag is explored. A community-based art project involving "can art" and donations to feed a local community is showcased. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
303 TH 10/16/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Passion for Art Craig Royal, a visually impaired photographer with a passion for nature photography is profiled. Cellist Dariusz Skoraczewski talks about his great love for playing the cello. David Tart looks into the history and love for creating animation. Penny Scales talks about collecting and showcasing the American Penny Scale. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
304 TH 10/23/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Artistic Imagination A look is taken at artist Edward Hopper's drawing/painting process through a unique collection of his sketches. Dyanna Taylor, the granddaughter of famed photographer Dorothea Lange, gives insights into her (and her grandmother's) photography. Architect Brett Zamore creates homes from old-style models with a modern twist. A stage adaptation of an ancient Sumarian tale is told through the words of the actors in "Inanna". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
305 TH 10/30/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST