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Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
10.1 Getting The Inside Scoop On Art Steve Slaske, one of the featured artists for the 2014 Great TV Auction, talks about his process, and his compilation of sketches called "Drawing Music" for the "National" Collection. Charles Antin of the famed "Christie's Auction House," gives a lesson in how to evaluate and buy a vintage wine. Richard Sherman, one of the composers for the hit Disney animated classic "Mary Poppins", talks about the film "Saving Mr. Banks" and the real story of the making of "Mary Poppins". A look is taken at the clothing inspired by the show "Downton Abbey" during the post-Edwardian era. Sandy Maxx hosts.
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226 TH 04/03/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Local Look at Arts 3 An exclusive "behind the scenes" look is taken at the making of the Milwaukee Ballet's wildly popular "Peter Pan". Harry Wirth, a Salem, WI, artist and architect explains how his deep love for simplicity impacts both his art and his architectural design. Timothy Westbrook, a fiber artist inspired by the "trash" created by others, uniquely incorporates this philosophy of "wearable fiber art" into his fashion creations. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
227 TH 04/10/14 06:30pm 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
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 04/17/14 06:29pm 00:29:16 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Personal Narrative In Art A look is taken at the Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit featuring folk and self-taught art. Eunice Parsons, a 97-year old collage artist continues to perfect her craft. Dixie Friend Gay, a Texas artist's life-size ceramic murals bring the beauty of nature to often busy or chaotic public spaces. Antuco Chicaiza, an Ecuadorian artist's paintings tell the story of living in two cultures--the US and Ecuador--in an exhibit called "Que Vida". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
229 TH 04/24/14 06:30pm 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Thought-Provoking Art The Colorado Ballet performs the profound "Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project," originally developed by the artistic team at Ballet Austin that connects audiences with the Holocaust experience. Artist Amelia Fais Harnas uses "wine" as her primary artistic medium. Photographer Lynne Parks explains how her physical struggles help her highlight objects that are "discarded" or "forgotten". Richard Birkett of Fantasy Clocks shows how he creates "fantasy" clocks with discarded and antiquated objects. Photographer Abrahán Garza incorporates images of the past with structures of the present. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
230 TH 05/08/14 06:30pm 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Soul of An Artist Dale Chihuly, the famous blown-glass artist creates a unique outdoor installation of his naturalistic glass works. Michelle Kaptur’s glass-blown works serve as a unique memorial for lost loved ones. Young oboe performer Myles Harlan talks about being transformed through the power of music. Artist and entertainer Dan Dunn reveals how he’s perfected the art of "speed painting”. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
231 TH 05/15/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Intense Innovation Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte’s unique exhibit re-focuses everyday objects in witty and thought-provoking ways. Adrienn Banhegyi, a world-class jump roper talks about turning his skill into an art-form. Artist Konstantin Dimopolous is turning trees "blue" to draw attention to conservation and ecological issues. Artist Kate Casanova talks about finding beauty in natural forms (like mold and mushrooms) to use with everyday objects like furniture. Heidi Kambitsch’s "openheart creatures" allow children and adults to play through her "body puppets". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
232 TH 05/22/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
10.1 Science Intersecting Art The science behind the masterful ballet move “Grande Jete” is explored. Artist Tallmadge Doyle explains how her etchings and naturalistic prints are formed into copper plates. Photographer Michael Berman’s black-and-white images go beyond ecology to appreciate the wilderness landscapes of the American Southwest. Andrea Martin, a former biologist captures nature's beauty through her intricate paper cuttings. A look is taken at a unique carousel inspired by the native animals around Boston. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
233 TH 05/29/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Getting The Inside Scoop On Art Steve Slaske, one of the featured artists for the 2014 Great TV Auction, talks about his process, and his compilation of sketches called "Drawing Music" for the "National" Collection. Charles Antin of the famed "Christie's Auction House," gives a lesson in how to evaluate and buy a vintage wine. Richard Sherman, one of the composers for the hit Disney animated classic "Mary Poppins", talks about the film "Saving Mr. Banks" and the real story of the making of "Mary Poppins". A look is taken at the clothing inspired by the show "Downton Abbey" during the post-Edwardian era. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
226 FR 04/04/14 12:30am 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Getting The Inside Scoop On Art Steve Slaske, one of the featured artists for the 2014 Great TV Auction, talks about his process, and his compilation of sketches called "Drawing Music" for the "National" Collection. Charles Antin of the famed "Christie's Auction House," gives a lesson in how to evaluate and buy a vintage wine. Richard Sherman, one of the composers for the hit Disney animated classic "Mary Poppins", talks about the film "Saving Mr. Banks" and the real story of the making of "Mary Poppins". A look is taken at the clothing inspired by the show "Downton Abbey" during the post-Edwardian era. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
226 SA 04/05/14 11:30am 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Local Look at Arts 3 An exclusive "behind the scenes" look is taken at the making of the Milwaukee Ballet's wildly popular "Peter Pan". Harry Wirth, a Salem, WI, artist and architect explains how his deep love for simplicity impacts both his art and his architectural design. Timothy Westbrook, a fiber artist inspired by the "trash" created by others, uniquely incorporates this philosophy of "wearable fiber art" into his fashion creations. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
227 FR 04/11/14 12:30am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Local Look at Arts 3 An exclusive "behind the scenes" look is taken at the making of the Milwaukee Ballet's wildly popular "Peter Pan". Harry Wirth, a Salem, WI, artist and architect explains how his deep love for simplicity impacts both his art and his architectural design. Timothy Westbrook, a fiber artist inspired by the "trash" created by others, uniquely incorporates this philosophy of "wearable fiber art" into his fashion creations. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
227 SA 04/12/14 11:30am 00:28:00 - (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 04/18/14 12:30am 00:29:16 - (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 04/19/14 11:30am 00:29:16 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Personal Narrative In Art A look is taken at the Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit featuring folk and self-taught art. Eunice Parsons, a 97-year old collage artist continues to perfect her craft. Dixie Friend Gay, a Texas artist's life-size ceramic murals bring the beauty of nature to often busy or chaotic public spaces. Antuco Chicaiza, an Ecuadorian artist's paintings tell the story of living in two cultures--the US and Ecuador--in an exhibit called "Que Vida". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
229 FR 04/25/14 12:30am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Personal Narrative In Art A look is taken at the Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit featuring folk and self-taught art. Eunice Parsons, a 97-year old collage artist continues to perfect her craft. Dixie Friend Gay, a Texas artist's life-size ceramic murals bring the beauty of nature to often busy or chaotic public spaces. Antuco Chicaiza, an Ecuadorian artist's paintings tell the story of living in two cultures--the US and Ecuador--in an exhibit called "Que Vida". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
229 SA 04/26/14 11:30am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Hands-On Artistry Lynn Casper, one of the featured artists for the 2014 Channel 10 Great TV Auction, talks about her night-time Milwaukee Riverwalk scene and her painting process for the "Century Collection" for the Auction. A look is taken at Aerial Dance, a dance company using fabrics, hoops, and a trapeze to transform the air into their stage. Jason Wolff, a clay potter is profiled. His works are hand-crafted and made to be functional. Elmar Oliveira, a world-renown concert violinist offers insight into his performance, recording, and teaching philosophies. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
224 FR 05/02/14 12:30am 00:26:59 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Hands-On Artistry Lynn Casper, one of the featured artists for the 2014 Channel 10 Great TV Auction, talks about her night-time Milwaukee Riverwalk scene and her painting process for the "Century Collection" for the Auction. A look is taken at Aerial Dance, a dance company using fabrics, hoops, and a trapeze to transform the air into their stage. Jason Wolff, a clay potter is profiled. His works are hand-crafted and made to be functional. Elmar Oliveira, a world-renown concert violinist offers insight into his performance, recording, and teaching philosophies. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
224 SA 05/03/14 11:30am 00:26:59 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.1 Thought-Provoking Art The Colorado Ballet performs the profound "Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project," originally developed by the artistic team at Ballet Austin that connects audiences with the Holocaust experience. Artist Amelia Fais Harnas uses "wine" as her primary artistic medium. Photographer Lynne Parks explains how her physical struggles help her highlight objects that are "discarded" or "forgotten". Richard Birkett of Fantasy Clocks shows how he creates "fantasy" clocks with discarded and antiquated objects. Photographer Abrahán Garza incorporates images of the past with structures of the present. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
230 FR 05/09/14 12:30am 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Soul of An Artist Dale Chihuly, the famous blown-glass artist creates a unique outdoor installation of his naturalistic glass works. Michelle Kaptur’s glass-blown works serve as a unique memorial for lost loved ones. Young oboe performer Myles Harlan talks about being transformed through the power of music. Artist and entertainer Dan Dunn reveals how he’s perfected the art of "speed painting”. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
231 FR 05/16/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Soul of An Artist Dale Chihuly, the famous blown-glass artist creates a unique outdoor installation of his naturalistic glass works. Michelle Kaptur’s glass-blown works serve as a unique memorial for lost loved ones. Young oboe performer Myles Harlan talks about being transformed through the power of music. Artist and entertainer Dan Dunn reveals how he’s perfected the art of "speed painting”. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
231 SA 05/17/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Intense Innovation Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte’s unique exhibit re-focuses everyday objects in witty and thought-provoking ways. Adrienn Banhegyi, a world-class jump roper talks about turning his skill into an art-form. Artist Konstantin Dimopolous is turning trees "blue" to draw attention to conservation and ecological issues. Artist Kate Casanova talks about finding beauty in natural forms (like mold and mushrooms) to use with everyday objects like furniture. Heidi Kambitsch’s "openheart creatures" allow children and adults to play through her "body puppets". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
232 FR 05/23/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Intense Innovation Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte’s unique exhibit re-focuses everyday objects in witty and thought-provoking ways. Adrienn Banhegyi, a world-class jump roper talks about turning his skill into an art-form. Artist Konstantin Dimopolous is turning trees "blue" to draw attention to conservation and ecological issues. Artist Kate Casanova talks about finding beauty in natural forms (like mold and mushrooms) to use with everyday objects like furniture. Heidi Kambitsch’s "openheart creatures" allow children and adults to play through her "body puppets". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
232 SA 05/24/14 11:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.1 Science Intersecting Art The science behind the masterful ballet move “Grande Jete” is explored. Artist Tallmadge Doyle explains how her etchings and naturalistic prints are formed into copper plates. Photographer Michael Berman’s black-and-white images go beyond ecology to appreciate the wilderness landscapes of the American Southwest. Andrea Martin, a former biologist captures nature's beauty through her intricate paper cuttings. A look is taken at a unique carousel inspired by the native animals around Boston. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
233 FR 05/30/14 12:30am 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Getting The Inside Scoop On Art Steve Slaske, one of the featured artists for the 2014 Great TV Auction, talks about his process, and his compilation of sketches called "Drawing Music" for the "National" Collection. Charles Antin of the famed "Christie's Auction House," gives a lesson in how to evaluate and buy a vintage wine. Richard Sherman, one of the composers for the hit Disney animated classic "Mary Poppins", talks about the film "Saving Mr. Banks" and the real story of the making of "Mary Poppins". A look is taken at the clothing inspired by the show "Downton Abbey" during the post-Edwardian era. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
226 TH 04/03/14 06:30pm 00:27:16 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Local Look at Arts 3 An exclusive "behind the scenes" look is taken at the making of the Milwaukee Ballet's wildly popular "Peter Pan". Harry Wirth, a Salem, WI, artist and architect explains how his deep love for simplicity impacts both his art and his architectural design. Timothy Westbrook, a fiber artist inspired by the "trash" created by others, uniquely incorporates this philosophy of "wearable fiber art" into his fashion creations. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
227 TH 04/10/14 06:30pm 00:28:00 - (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 04/17/14 06:30pm 00:29:16 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Personal Narrative In Art A look is taken at the Milwaukee Art Museum exhibit featuring folk and self-taught art. Eunice Parsons, a 97-year old collage artist continues to perfect her craft. Dixie Friend Gay, a Texas artist's life-size ceramic murals bring the beauty of nature to often busy or chaotic public spaces. Antuco Chicaiza, an Ecuadorian artist's paintings tell the story of living in two cultures--the US and Ecuador--in an exhibit called "Que Vida". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
229 TH 04/24/14 06:30pm 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Thought-Provoking Art The Colorado Ballet performs the profound "Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project," originally developed by the artistic team at Ballet Austin that connects audiences with the Holocaust experience. Artist Amelia Fais Harnas uses "wine" as her primary artistic medium. Photographer Lynne Parks explains how her physical struggles help her highlight objects that are "discarded" or "forgotten". Richard Birkett of Fantasy Clocks shows how he creates "fantasy" clocks with discarded and antiquated objects. Photographer Abrahán Garza incorporates images of the past with structures of the present. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
230 TH 05/08/14 06:30pm 00:27:30 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Soul of An Artist Dale Chihuly, the famous blown-glass artist creates a unique outdoor installation of his naturalistic glass works. Michelle Kaptur’s glass-blown works serve as a unique memorial for lost loved ones. Young oboe performer Myles Harlan talks about being transformed through the power of music. Artist and entertainer Dan Dunn reveals how he’s perfected the art of "speed painting”. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
231 TH 05/15/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Intense Innovation Belgian surrealist artist Rene Magritte’s unique exhibit re-focuses everyday objects in witty and thought-provoking ways. Adrienn Banhegyi, a world-class jump roper talks about turning his skill into an art-form. Artist Konstantin Dimopolous is turning trees "blue" to draw attention to conservation and ecological issues. Artist Kate Casanova talks about finding beauty in natural forms (like mold and mushrooms) to use with everyday objects like furniture. Heidi Kambitsch’s "openheart creatures" allow children and adults to play through her "body puppets". Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
232 TH 05/22/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST
36.2 Science Intersecting Art The science behind the masterful ballet move “Grande Jete” is explored. Artist Tallmadge Doyle explains how her etchings and naturalistic prints are formed into copper plates. Photographer Michael Berman’s black-and-white images go beyond ecology to appreciate the wilderness landscapes of the American Southwest. Andrea Martin, a former biologist captures nature's beauty through her intricate paper cuttings. A look is taken at a unique carousel inspired by the native animals around Boston. Sandy Maxx hosts.
WEB LINK
233 TH 05/29/14 06:30pm 00:26:46 - (CC) × ST