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Art Connection

This weekly series highlights four artists and their craft. Travel around the world, meeting fascinating people and the love of art that connects them all.

  • Art & Culture
    Saturday, February 22
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    New Mexico artist, Thomas Vigil, is pursuing a harmony between culture, religion and his love for art. Project row houses, an arts organization in Houston, Texas, has had a positive impact on the lives of people in the city's third ward. The artist Jeff Donaldson was one of the founders of a Chicago-based group, Africobra. An exhibit, “Jeff Donaldson–dig,” at the Akron art museum reveals his lifelong commitment for equality. Refugee artist Mohammed Hanif Esmaty, who is newly resettled in Dayton, Ohio, paints images of his afghan homeland from memory.
  • Art & Culture
    Sunday, February 23
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    New Mexico artist, Thomas Vigil, is pursuing a harmony between culture, religion and his love for art. Project row houses, an arts organization in Houston, Texas, has had a positive impact on the lives of people in the city's third ward. The artist Jeff Donaldson was one of the founders of a Chicago-based group, Africobra. An exhibit, “Jeff Donaldson–dig,” at the Akron art museum reveals his lifelong commitment for equality. Refugee artist Mohammed Hanif Esmaty, who is newly resettled in Dayton, Ohio, paints images of his afghan homeland from memory.
  • Character
    Sunday, February 23
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Columbus, Ohio, there is a vibrant roller-skating culture that is alive and well. Members of the community gather together at the rink, hit the floor, and move to the music. We head to Reno, Nevada to find out more about artisan cocktail making. With seasonal ingredients and delightful garnishes, these cocktails become flavorful works of art. We meet Ashley Armitage, a graphic designer based in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she runs her own studio and develops standout design pieces for a variety of clients. In Detroit, Michigan, artist Desiree Kelly creates memorable, vivid portraits of public, historical icons. With each portrait she renders, she highlights her subject’s life and personality.
  • Character
    Tuesday, February 25
    10:32 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Columbus, Ohio, there is a vibrant roller-skating culture that is alive and well. Members of the community gather together at the rink, hit the floor, and move to the music. We head to Reno, Nevada to find out more about artisan cocktail making. With seasonal ingredients and delightful garnishes, these cocktails become flavorful works of art. We meet Ashley Armitage, a graphic designer based in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she runs her own studio and develops standout design pieces for a variety of clients. In Detroit, Michigan, artist Desiree Kelly creates memorable, vivid portraits of public, historical icons. With each portrait she renders, she highlights her subject’s life and personality.
  • Character
    Saturday, February 29
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Columbus, Ohio, there is a vibrant roller-skating culture that is alive and well. Members of the community gather together at the rink, hit the floor, and move to the music. We head to Reno, Nevada to find out more about artisan cocktail making. With seasonal ingredients and delightful garnishes, these cocktails become flavorful works of art. We meet Ashley Armitage, a graphic designer based in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she runs her own studio and develops standout design pieces for a variety of clients. In Detroit, Michigan, artist Desiree Kelly creates memorable, vivid portraits of public, historical icons. With each portrait she renders, she highlights her subject’s life and personality.
  • Character
    Sunday, March 1
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Columbus, Ohio, there is a vibrant roller-skating culture that is alive and well. Members of the community gather together at the rink, hit the floor, and move to the music. We head to Reno, Nevada to find out more about artisan cocktail making. With seasonal ingredients and delightful garnishes, these cocktails become flavorful works of art. We meet Ashley Armitage, a graphic designer based in Saratoga Springs, New York, where she runs her own studio and develops standout design pieces for a variety of clients. In Detroit, Michigan, artist Desiree Kelly creates memorable, vivid portraits of public, historical icons. With each portrait she renders, she highlights her subject’s life and personality.
  • Ingenuity
    Sunday, March 1
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Tampa, Florida photographers Matt Larson and Rebecca Sexton Larson don’t operate your typical gallery space. Rather, they offer workshops, create art, and inspire others in a 23-foot airstream travel trailer. We travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to witness a sacred artistic tradition. For a week, Tibetan monks ceremoniously constructed and dismantled a sand mandala in city hall. Embracing her culture and heritage, artist Chela Lujan practices the art of beadwork. We head to La Junta, Colorado to see how she makes meaningful pieces of jewelry with beads. From a very young age, Yvette walker Dalton from Dayton, Ohio has been an artist. We hear about her time in the art world, her long and significant career, and how her art continues to thrive in her retirement.
  • Ingenuity
    Tuesday, March 3
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Tampa, Florida photographers Matt Larson and Rebecca Sexton Larson don’t operate your typical gallery space. Rather, they offer workshops, create art, and inspire others in a 23-foot airstream travel trailer. We travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to witness a sacred artistic tradition. For a week, Tibetan monks ceremoniously constructed and dismantled a sand mandala in city hall. Embracing her culture and heritage, artist Chela Lujan practices the art of beadwork. We head to La Junta, Colorado to see how she makes meaningful pieces of jewelry with beads. From a very young age, Yvette walker Dalton from Dayton, Ohio has been an artist. We hear about her time in the art world, her long and significant career, and how her art continues to thrive in her retirement.
  • Ingenuity
    Saturday, March 7
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Tampa, Florida photographers Matt Larson and Rebecca Sexton Larson don’t operate your typical gallery space. Rather, they offer workshops, create art, and inspire others in a 23-foot airstream travel trailer. We travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to witness a sacred artistic tradition. For a week, Tibetan monks ceremoniously constructed and dismantled a sand mandala in city hall. Embracing her culture and heritage, artist Chela Lujan practices the art of beadwork. We head to La Junta, Colorado to see how she makes meaningful pieces of jewelry with beads. From a very young age, Yvette walker Dalton from Dayton, Ohio has been an artist. We hear about her time in the art world, her long and significant career, and how her art continues to thrive in her retirement.
  • Ingenuity
    Sunday, March 8
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Tampa, Florida photographers Matt Larson and Rebecca Sexton Larson don’t operate your typical gallery space. Rather, they offer workshops, create art, and inspire others in a 23-foot airstream travel trailer. We travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to witness a sacred artistic tradition. For a week, Tibetan monks ceremoniously constructed and dismantled a sand mandala in city hall. Embracing her culture and heritage, artist Chela Lujan practices the art of beadwork. We head to La Junta, Colorado to see how she makes meaningful pieces of jewelry with beads. From a very young age, Yvette walker Dalton from Dayton, Ohio has been an artist. We hear about her time in the art world, her long and significant career, and how her art continues to thrive in her retirement.
  • Collaboration
    Sunday, March 8
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Check out an initiative in Reno, Nevada that promotes collaboration and aims to bring art projects to the public space. Meet an artist who is rethinking the quilt making process and creating colorful, eye-catching quilts made of photographs. The Hudson River Skywalk connects the homes of Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, two famous Hudson River School artists. Learn more about these painters and how this walkway came to be. In Houston, Texas, the Menil Drawing Institute highlights modern and contemporary drawings and features a singular architectural design.
  • Collaboration
    Tuesday, March 10
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Check out an initiative in Reno, Nevada that promotes collaboration and aims to bring art projects to the public space. Meet an artist who is rethinking the quilt making process and creating colorful, eye-catching quilts made of photographs. The Hudson River Skywalk connects the homes of Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, two famous Hudson River School artists. Learn more about these painters and how this walkway came to be. In Houston, Texas, the Menil Drawing Institute highlights modern and contemporary drawings and features a singular architectural design.
  • Collaboration
    Saturday, March 14
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Check out an initiative in Reno, Nevada that promotes collaboration and aims to bring art projects to the public space. Meet an artist who is rethinking the quilt making process and creating colorful, eye-catching quilts made of photographs. The Hudson River Skywalk connects the homes of Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, two famous Hudson River School artists. Learn more about these painters and how this walkway came to be. In Houston, Texas, the Menil Drawing Institute highlights modern and contemporary drawings and features a singular architectural design.
  • Collaboration
    Sunday, March 15
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Check out an initiative in Reno, Nevada that promotes collaboration and aims to bring art projects to the public space. Meet an artist who is rethinking the quilt making process and creating colorful, eye-catching quilts made of photographs. The Hudson River Skywalk connects the homes of Thomas Cole and Frederic Church, two famous Hudson River School artists. Learn more about these painters and how this walkway came to be. In Houston, Texas, the Menil Drawing Institute highlights modern and contemporary drawings and features a singular architectural design.
  • Creative Process
    Sunday, March 15
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In upstate New York, the culinary arts are thriving. From farm to table, the art of cheese making, cured meats, and olive oil are front and center. As an artist, Jennifer Lanzilotti does not limit herself. From painting leaves to writing young adult fiction, she finds inspiration all around her in different forms of media. When cutting hair and styling facial hair, barbers often become artists. In this segment, we visit a Reno, Nevada barbershop to find out more about this art form. In Columbus, Ohio, James Alexander owns an exciting hip-hop based dance studio. From breakdancing to popping and locking, he introduces and teaches dance to his students.
  • Creative Process
    Tuesday, March 17
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In upstate New York, the culinary arts are thriving. From farm to table, the art of cheese making, cured meats, and olive oil are front and center. As an artist, Jennifer Lanzilotti does not limit herself. From painting leaves to writing young adult fiction, she finds inspiration all around her in different forms of media. When cutting hair and styling facial hair, barbers often become artists. In this segment, we visit a Reno, Nevada barbershop to find out more about this art form. In Columbus, Ohio, James Alexander owns an exciting hip-hop based dance studio. From breakdancing to popping and locking, he introduces and teaches dance to his students.
  • Creative Process
    Saturday, March 21
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In upstate New York, the culinary arts are thriving. From farm to table, the art of cheese making, cured meats, and olive oil are front and center. As an artist, Jennifer Lanzilotti does not limit herself. From painting leaves to writing young adult fiction, she finds inspiration all around her in different forms of media. When cutting hair and styling facial hair, barbers often become artists. In this segment, we visit a Reno, Nevada barbershop to find out more about this art form. In Columbus, Ohio, James Alexander owns an exciting hip-hop based dance studio. From breakdancing to popping and locking, he introduces and teaches dance to his students.
  • Creative Process
    Sunday, March 22
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In upstate New York, the culinary arts are thriving. From farm to table, the art of cheese making, cured meats, and olive oil are front and center. As an artist, Jennifer Lanzilotti does not limit herself. From painting leaves to writing young adult fiction, she finds inspiration all around her in different forms of media. When cutting hair and styling facial hair, barbers often become artists. In this segment, we visit a Reno, Nevada barbershop to find out more about this art form. In Columbus, Ohio, James Alexander owns an exciting hip-hop based dance studio. From breakdancing to popping and locking, he introduces and teaches dance to his students.
  • Art and Grace
    Sunday, March 22
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Bonsai is a Japanese art form that has been around for centuries. Since the 1970s, the Milwaukee Bonsai Society has celebrated the tradition and artistry of bonsai. In Colorado, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts tells a variety of stories on stage. We go behind the curtain to see how costumes are made for their productions. Lorielle J. Hollaway wanted to create a bookstore where children could learn about the world and be inspired. And she did just that. We go to St. Petersburg, Florida, to check out her bookstore, cultured books. If one enters the doors of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Dayton, Ohio, they will get to experience the Casavant organ. Dedicated in 1963, the pipe organ contributes to the church’s strong musical history.
  • Art and Grace
    Tuesday, March 24
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Bonsai is a Japanese art form that has been around for centuries. Since the 1970s, the Milwaukee Bonsai Society has celebrated the tradition and artistry of bonsai. In Colorado, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts tells a variety of stories on stage. We go behind the curtain to see how costumes are made for their productions. Lorielle J. Hollaway wanted to create a bookstore where children could learn about the world and be inspired. And she did just that. We go to St. Petersburg, Florida, to check out her bookstore, cultured books. If one enters the doors of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Dayton, Ohio, they will get to experience the Casavant organ. Dedicated in 1963, the pipe organ contributes to the church’s strong musical history.
  • Art and Grace
    Saturday, March 28
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Bonsai is a Japanese art form that has been around for centuries. Since the 1970s, the Milwaukee Bonsai Society has celebrated the tradition and artistry of bonsai. In Colorado, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts tells a variety of stories on stage. We go behind the curtain to see how costumes are made for their productions. Lorielle J. Hollaway wanted to create a bookstore where children could learn about the world and be inspired. And she did just that. We go to St. Petersburg, Florida, to check out her bookstore, cultured books. If one enters the doors of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Dayton, Ohio, they will get to experience the Casavant organ. Dedicated in 1963, the pipe organ contributes to the church’s strong musical history.
  • Art and Grace
    Sunday, March 29
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Bonsai is a Japanese art form that has been around for centuries. Since the 1970s, the Milwaukee Bonsai Society has celebrated the tradition and artistry of bonsai. In Colorado, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts tells a variety of stories on stage. We go behind the curtain to see how costumes are made for their productions. Lorielle J. Hollaway wanted to create a bookstore where children could learn about the world and be inspired. And she did just that. We go to St. Petersburg, Florida, to check out her bookstore, cultured books. If one enters the doors of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Dayton, Ohio, they will get to experience the Casavant organ. Dedicated in 1963, the pipe organ contributes to the church’s strong musical history.
  • Sunday, March 29
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Tuesday, March 31
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Saturday, April 4
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Art & Culture
    Tuesday, February 18
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    New Mexico artist, Thomas Vigil, is pursuing a harmony between culture, religion and his love for art. Project row houses, an arts organization in Houston, Texas, has had a positive impact on the lives of people in the city's third ward. The artist Jeff Donaldson was one of the founders of a Chicago-based group, Africobra. An exhibit, “Jeff Donaldson–dig,” at the Akron art museum reveals his lifelong commitment for equality. Refugee artist Mohammed Hanif Esmaty, who is newly resettled in Dayton, Ohio, paints images of his afghan homeland from memory.
  • Art & Culture
    Sunday, February 16
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    New Mexico artist, Thomas Vigil, is pursuing a harmony between culture, religion and his love for art. Project row houses, an arts organization in Houston, Texas, has had a positive impact on the lives of people in the city's third ward. The artist Jeff Donaldson was one of the founders of a Chicago-based group, Africobra. An exhibit, “Jeff Donaldson–dig,” at the Akron art museum reveals his lifelong commitment for equality. Refugee artist Mohammed Hanif Esmaty, who is newly resettled in Dayton, Ohio, paints images of his afghan homeland from memory.
  • Grand
    Sunday, February 16
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Erin Beckloff loves the tradition and history of letterpress. At the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, artists can display monumental works that may not find a home anywhere else. Singer-songwriter Annie Lennox explores her life journey through an installation at the museum. Baltimore-based interdisciplinary artist Abraham Burickson is co-founder and artistic director of odyssey works, a cross-genre collaborative of artists. Leslie Greeneisen is a sculptor in the Detroit area who shares her passion with her community.
  • Grand
    Saturday, February 15
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Erin Beckloff loves the tradition and history of letterpress. At the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, artists can display monumental works that may not find a home anywhere else. Singer-songwriter Annie Lennox explores her life journey through an installation at the museum. Baltimore-based interdisciplinary artist Abraham Burickson is co-founder and artistic director of odyssey works, a cross-genre collaborative of artists. Leslie Greeneisen is a sculptor in the Detroit area who shares her passion with her community.
  • Grand
    Tuesday, February 11
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Erin Beckloff loves the tradition and history of letterpress. At the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, artists can display monumental works that may not find a home anywhere else. Singer-songwriter Annie Lennox explores her life journey through an installation at the museum. Baltimore-based interdisciplinary artist Abraham Burickson is co-founder and artistic director of odyssey works, a cross-genre collaborative of artists. Leslie Greeneisen is a sculptor in the Detroit area who shares her passion with her community.
  • Grand
    Sunday, February 9
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Erin Beckloff loves the tradition and history of letterpress. At the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, artists can display monumental works that may not find a home anywhere else. Singer-songwriter Annie Lennox explores her life journey through an installation at the museum. Baltimore-based interdisciplinary artist Abraham Burickson is co-founder and artistic director of odyssey works, a cross-genre collaborative of artists. Leslie Greeneisen is a sculptor in the Detroit area who shares her passion with her community.
  • Exceptional Creations
    Sunday, February 9
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Clayton Singleton recognizes the importance of creation. We travel to Norfolk, Virginia and learn more about his technique, inspiration, and striking, colorful works. We meet grand junction, Colorado based woodworker Greg Vigil, who applies his background in anthropology to his one-of-a-kind works of art. Fine art, murals, clothing design, pattern creation…for St. Petersburg, Florida artist Chad Mize, his canvas takes on many different forms and there are no limits to his bold ideas. Glassblowing is a special art form that requires tremendous skill and control. Since college, Nate Freeland has been using this technique to render vibrant, custom pieces.
  • Exceptional Creations
    Saturday, February 8
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Clayton Singleton recognizes the importance of creation. We travel to Norfolk, Virginia and learn more about his technique, inspiration, and striking, colorful works. We meet grand junction, Colorado based woodworker Greg Vigil, who applies his background in anthropology to his one-of-a-kind works of art. Fine art, murals, clothing design, pattern creation…for St. Petersburg, Florida artist Chad Mize, his canvas takes on many different forms and there are no limits to his bold ideas. Glassblowing is a special art form that requires tremendous skill and control. Since college, Nate Freeland has been using this technique to render vibrant, custom pieces.
  • Exceptional Creations
    Tuesday, February 4
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Clayton Singleton recognizes the importance of creation. We travel to Norfolk, Virginia and learn more about his technique, inspiration, and striking, colorful works. We meet grand junction, Colorado based woodworker Greg Vigil, who applies his background in anthropology to his one-of-a-kind works of art. Fine art, murals, clothing design, pattern creation…for St. Petersburg, Florida artist Chad Mize, his canvas takes on many different forms and there are no limits to his bold ideas. Glassblowing is a special art form that requires tremendous skill and control. Since college, Nate Freeland has been using this technique to render vibrant, custom pieces.
  • Exceptional Creations
    Sunday, February 2
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Clayton Singleton recognizes the importance of creation. We travel to Norfolk, Virginia and learn more about his technique, inspiration, and striking, colorful works. We meet grand junction, Colorado based woodworker Greg Vigil, who applies his background in anthropology to his one-of-a-kind works of art. Fine art, murals, clothing design, pattern creation…for St. Petersburg, Florida artist Chad Mize, his canvas takes on many different forms and there are no limits to his bold ideas. Glassblowing is a special art form that requires tremendous skill and control. Since college, Nate Freeland has been using this technique to render vibrant, custom pieces.
  • Unique Styles
    Sunday, February 2
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Detroit Institute of Music Education, also known as DIME, provides a unique music education that centers on the contemporary music industry. In Albany, New York, illustrator Cara Hanley creates artworks that encourage individuals to get in touch with their thoughts and emotions. For Reno-based artist Tina Vines, a love for vintage clothing and western wear led her to the art of chain stitch embroidery. We meet the artist and find out more about her designs and method. The Milwaukee Bucks art collection presents a variety of works in an unlikely venue. Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this art gallery celebrates the surrounding community and the state, as a whole.
  • Unique Styles
    Saturday, February 1
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Detroit Institute of Music Education, also known as DIME, provides a unique music education that centers on the contemporary music industry. In Albany, New York, illustrator Cara Hanley creates artworks that encourage individuals to get in touch with their thoughts and emotions. For Reno-based artist Tina Vines, a love for vintage clothing and western wear led her to the art of chain stitch embroidery. We meet the artist and find out more about her designs and method. The Milwaukee Bucks art collection presents a variety of works in an unlikely venue. Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this art gallery celebrates the surrounding community and the state, as a whole.
  • Unique Styles
    Tuesday, January 28
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Detroit Institute of Music Education, also known as DIME, provides a unique music education that centers on the contemporary music industry. In Albany, New York, illustrator Cara Hanley creates artworks that encourage individuals to get in touch with their thoughts and emotions. For Reno-based artist Tina Vines, a love for vintage clothing and western wear led her to the art of chain stitch embroidery. We meet the artist and find out more about her designs and method. The Milwaukee Bucks art collection presents a variety of works in an unlikely venue. Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this art gallery celebrates the surrounding community and the state, as a whole.
  • Unique Styles
    Sunday, January 26
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Detroit Institute of Music Education, also known as DIME, provides a unique music education that centers on the contemporary music industry. In Albany, New York, illustrator Cara Hanley creates artworks that encourage individuals to get in touch with their thoughts and emotions. For Reno-based artist Tina Vines, a love for vintage clothing and western wear led her to the art of chain stitch embroidery. We meet the artist and find out more about her designs and method. The Milwaukee Bucks art collection presents a variety of works in an unlikely venue. Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this art gallery celebrates the surrounding community and the state, as a whole.
  • Inspiration from the Past
    Sunday, January 26
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    We travel to Tampa Bay, Florida to learn more about a singular type of pottery made in prehistoric times. Through this art, we are able to gain an understanding of a past culture. We sit in on a music therapy session and find out how this universal language helps the human mind and spirit. Colorado-based artist Scott Hildebrandt, aka Mister Christmas, builds magical, miniature worlds. In repurposing vintage and antique items, he creates playful, special scenes on a very small scale. In Norfolk, Virginia, artist Spencer Tinkham sculpts wood. With an appreciation for biodiversity and the environment, he carves natural materials into an array of animals.
  • Inspiration from the Past
    Saturday, January 25
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We travel to Tampa Bay, Florida to learn more about a singular type of pottery made in prehistoric times. Through this art, we are able to gain an understanding of a past culture. We sit in on a music therapy session and find out how this universal language helps the human mind and spirit. Colorado-based artist Scott Hildebrandt, aka Mister Christmas, builds magical, miniature worlds. In repurposing vintage and antique items, he creates playful, special scenes on a very small scale. In Norfolk, Virginia, artist Spencer Tinkham sculpts wood. With an appreciation for biodiversity and the environment, he carves natural materials into an array of animals.
  • Inspiration from the Past
    Tuesday, January 21
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We travel to Tampa Bay, Florida to learn more about a singular type of pottery made in prehistoric times. Through this art, we are able to gain an understanding of a past culture. We sit in on a music therapy session and find out how this universal language helps the human mind and spirit. Colorado-based artist Scott Hildebrandt, aka Mister Christmas, builds magical, miniature worlds. In repurposing vintage and antique items, he creates playful, special scenes on a very small scale. In Norfolk, Virginia, artist Spencer Tinkham sculpts wood. With an appreciation for biodiversity and the environment, he carves natural materials into an array of animals.
  • Inspiration from the Past
    Sunday, January 19
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We travel to Tampa Bay, Florida to learn more about a singular type of pottery made in prehistoric times. Through this art, we are able to gain an understanding of a past culture. We sit in on a music therapy session and find out how this universal language helps the human mind and spirit. Colorado-based artist Scott Hildebrandt, aka Mister Christmas, builds magical, miniature worlds. In repurposing vintage and antique items, he creates playful, special scenes on a very small scale. In Norfolk, Virginia, artist Spencer Tinkham sculpts wood. With an appreciation for biodiversity and the environment, he carves natural materials into an array of animals.
  • Exceptional
    Sunday, January 19
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Body painting is a different and unique medium. Hear from the body paint factory in Reno, Nevada and see how a human body can be transformed into a work of art. The Addison gallery of American Art in Massachusetts explores Harlem's history, from the artists who documented it to the artists who define it today. In Mount Vernon, Ohio, four generations of one family have been creating handmade, hand-tooled leather goods from carpet bags and purses, to belts and keychains. John Kascht is a renowned caricature artist. He shares how caricature is a specialized form of portraiture that amplifies one's characteristics to find the true essence of a person.
  • Exceptional
    Saturday, January 18
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Body painting is a different and unique medium. Hear from the body paint factory in Reno, Nevada and see how a human body can be transformed into a work of art. The Addison gallery of American Art in Massachusetts explores Harlem's history, from the artists who documented it to the artists who define it today. In Mount Vernon, Ohio, four generations of one family have been creating handmade, hand-tooled leather goods from carpet bags and purses, to belts and keychains. John Kascht is a renowned caricature artist. He shares how caricature is a specialized form of portraiture that amplifies one's characteristics to find the true essence of a person.
  • Exceptional
    Tuesday, January 14
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Body painting is a different and unique medium. Hear from the body paint factory in Reno, Nevada and see how a human body can be transformed into a work of art. The Addison gallery of American Art in Massachusetts explores Harlem's history, from the artists who documented it to the artists who define it today. In Mount Vernon, Ohio, four generations of one family have been creating handmade, hand-tooled leather goods from carpet bags and purses, to belts and keychains. John Kascht is a renowned caricature artist. He shares how caricature is a specialized form of portraiture that amplifies one's characteristics to find the true essence of a person.
  • Exceptional
    Sunday, January 12
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Body painting is a different and unique medium. Hear from the body paint factory in Reno, Nevada and see how a human body can be transformed into a work of art. The Addison gallery of American Art in Massachusetts explores Harlem's history, from the artists who documented it to the artists who define it today. In Mount Vernon, Ohio, four generations of one family have been creating handmade, hand-tooled leather goods from carpet bags and purses, to belts and keychains. John Kascht is a renowned caricature artist. He shares how caricature is a specialized form of portraiture that amplifies one's characteristics to find the true essence of a person.
  • Legends and Traditions
    Sunday, January 12
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet local photographer Ian Wright, who began his career as a photojournalist at 14 years old and has captured rare, candid moments of the Beatles, Ella Fitzgerald and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few. In 1969 NASA sent the first manned crew to the moon as part of the Apollo 11 lunar mission. Fifty years later, artifacts from that expedition are on view in an exhibition at Harvard. A group of freelance artists join together to create a media company that fosters community development. In Columbus, a young girl celebrates her Mexican heritage through traditional folklore dances.
  • Legends and Traditions
    Saturday, January 11
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet local photographer Ian Wright, who began his career as a photojournalist at 14 years old and has captured rare, candid moments of the Beatles, Ella Fitzgerald and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few. In 1969 NASA sent the first manned crew to the moon as part of the Apollo 11 lunar mission. Fifty years later, artifacts from that expedition are on view in an exhibition at Harvard. A group of freelance artists join together to create a media company that fosters community development. In Columbus, a young girl celebrates her Mexican heritage through traditional folklore dances.
  • Legends and Traditions
    Tuesday, January 7
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet local photographer Ian Wright, who began his career as a photojournalist at 14 years old and has captured rare, candid moments of the Beatles, Ella Fitzgerald and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few. In 1969 NASA sent the first manned crew to the moon as part of the Apollo 11 lunar mission. Fifty years later, artifacts from that expedition are on view in an exhibition at Harvard. A group of freelance artists join together to create a media company that fosters community development. In Columbus, a young girl celebrates her Mexican heritage through traditional folklore dances.
  • Legends and Traditions
    Sunday, January 5
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet local photographer Ian Wright, who began his career as a photojournalist at 14 years old and has captured rare, candid moments of the Beatles, Ella Fitzgerald and the Rolling Stones, just to name a few. In 1969 NASA sent the first manned crew to the moon as part of the Apollo 11 lunar mission. Fifty years later, artifacts from that expedition are on view in an exhibition at Harvard. A group of freelance artists join together to create a media company that fosters community development. In Columbus, a young girl celebrates her Mexican heritage through traditional folklore dances.