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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.

  • Shared
    Sunday, October 21
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Celebrating 60 years in show business, Pat Boone shares his milestone moments on stage, in film and in life. Yudong Shen infuses his Asian brush paintings with color and contrast. He melds traditional tools and subjects with influences of the Minnesota landscape he’s known for over 10 years. Real estate developer and art collector Ron Pizzuti opens the doors to the Pizzuti Collection in the Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. The Rochester City Ballet of Rochester, New York, is one of just a handful of ballet companies in the United States that’s broken a barrier: It’s turned the music down and the lights up in the name of inclusion.
  • Finding A Way
    Sunday, October 21
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A struggling Cleveland, Ohio, artist finds success documenting the lives of others, who, like him, are trying to get by. At MOPCO Improv Theatre in Schenectady, New York, Kat Koppett runs a consultancy that specializes in using the principles of improv to train and coach business leaders. Kathy Flynn shares stories of discovering Works Progres Administration (WPA) art works lost over time in New Mexico. Reno, Nevada, artist Gina Iwahashi specializes in Shibori, a Japanese tie-dyeing technique resulting in a variety of one-of-a-kind patterns.
  • Finding A Way
    Tuesday, October 23
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A struggling Cleveland, Ohio, artist finds success documenting the lives of others, who, like him, are trying to get by. At MOPCO Improv Theatre in Schenectady, New York, Kat Koppett runs a consultancy that specializes in using the principles of improv to train and coach business leaders. Kathy Flynn shares stories of discovering Works Progres Administration (WPA) art works lost over time in New Mexico. Reno, Nevada, artist Gina Iwahashi specializes in Shibori, a Japanese tie-dyeing technique resulting in a variety of one-of-a-kind patterns.
  • Finding A Way
    Sunday, October 28
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    A struggling Cleveland, Ohio, artist finds success documenting the lives of others, who, like him, are trying to get by. At MOPCO Improv Theatre in Schenectady, New York, Kat Koppett runs a consultancy that specializes in using the principles of improv to train and coach business leaders. Kathy Flynn shares stories of discovering Works Progres Administration (WPA) art works lost over time in New Mexico. Reno, Nevada, artist Gina Iwahashi specializes in Shibori, a Japanese tie-dyeing technique resulting in a variety of one-of-a-kind patterns.
  • Connecting Through Art
    Sunday, October 28
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Located in their own historic house built in 1842, the Weavers Guild of greater Cincinnati offers classes, workshops, and programs to people of all skill levels. Music therapists work at a children's hospital in Sacramento, California. Learn about the art of Japanese drumming from the performers of the Tampa Taiko ensemble. A series of artworks help Houstonians connect on the bayou.
  • Connecting Through Art
    Tuesday, October 30
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Located in their own historic house built in 1842, the Weavers Guild of greater Cincinnati offers classes, workshops, and programs to people of all skill levels. Music therapists work at a children's hospital in Sacramento, California. Learn about the art of Japanese drumming from the performers of the Tampa Taiko ensemble. A series of artworks help Houstonians connect on the bayou.
  • Connecting Through Art
    Sunday, November 4
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Located in their own historic house built in 1842, the Weavers Guild of greater Cincinnati offers classes, workshops, and programs to people of all skill levels. Music therapists work at a children's hospital in Sacramento, California. Learn about the art of Japanese drumming from the performers of the Tampa Taiko ensemble. A series of artworks help Houstonians connect on the bayou.
  • Leaving A Mark
    Sunday, November 4
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Regina Benson uses ancient mark-making techniques, applying rust to fabrics. Ray Tomasso shreds old blue jeans and canvases to make art. They create independently, but often show together. Teo Castellanos' one man show depicts his family and the tragedies he and his brothers faced together. Jazz pianist Eddie Moore is a proud proponent of the Kansas City jazz tradition, he's not one to stay stuck in the past. Lea Rizzo is a tattoo artist who has participated in Rochester, New York-based mural project, Wall Therapy. She dedicates herself to getting art into the streets and into our everyday lives.
  • Leaving A Mark
    Tuesday, November 6
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Regina Benson uses ancient mark-making techniques, applying rust to fabrics. Ray Tomasso shreds old blue jeans and canvases to make art. They create independently, but often show together. Teo Castellanos' one man show depicts his family and the tragedies he and his brothers faced together. Jazz pianist Eddie Moore is a proud proponent of the Kansas City jazz tradition, he's not one to stay stuck in the past. Lea Rizzo is a tattoo artist who has participated in Rochester, New York-based mural project, Wall Therapy. She dedicates herself to getting art into the streets and into our everyday lives.
  • Leaving A Mark
    Sunday, November 11
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Regina Benson uses ancient mark-making techniques, applying rust to fabrics. Ray Tomasso shreds old blue jeans and canvases to make art. They create independently, but often show together. Teo Castellanos' one man show depicts his family and the tragedies he and his brothers faced together. Jazz pianist Eddie Moore is a proud proponent of the Kansas City jazz tradition, he's not one to stay stuck in the past. Lea Rizzo is a tattoo artist who has participated in Rochester, New York-based mural project, Wall Therapy. She dedicates herself to getting art into the streets and into our everyday lives.
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    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Tuesday, November 13
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Sunday, November 18
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  • Sunday, November 18
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Tuesday, November 20
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Shared
    Tuesday, October 16
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Celebrating 60 years in show business, Pat Boone shares his milestone moments on stage, in film and in life. Yudong Shen infuses his Asian brush paintings with color and contrast. He melds traditional tools and subjects with influences of the Minnesota landscape he’s known for over 10 years. Real estate developer and art collector Ron Pizzuti opens the doors to the Pizzuti Collection in the Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. The Rochester City Ballet of Rochester, New York, is one of just a handful of ballet companies in the United States that’s broken a barrier: It’s turned the music down and the lights up in the name of inclusion.
  • Shared
    Sunday, October 14
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Celebrating 60 years in show business, Pat Boone shares his milestone moments on stage, in film and in life. Yudong Shen infuses his Asian brush paintings with color and contrast. He melds traditional tools and subjects with influences of the Minnesota landscape he’s known for over 10 years. Real estate developer and art collector Ron Pizzuti opens the doors to the Pizzuti Collection in the Short North Arts District in Columbus, Ohio. The Rochester City Ballet of Rochester, New York, is one of just a handful of ballet companies in the United States that’s broken a barrier: It’s turned the music down and the lights up in the name of inclusion.
  • Connect
    Sunday, October 14
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Cervilio Amador, principle dancer for the Cincinnati Ballet always enjoyed the freedom of movement he found in ballet. But "freedom" took on a new meaning when he defected from Cuba to the United States. Architects at kinneymorrow architecture explain how they transformed an old home into their Houston Texas-based office space. Mequon, Wisconsin, oil painter Pamela Ruschman shares her great love for Wisconsin's landscapes and livestock in her paintings. She brings out the personalities of her beloved farm animals in her works. A person-to-person cultural exchange in Colorado where a music teacher connects with a violin student in Rwanda from inside a re-purposed shipping container with high-tech connections.
  • Connect
    Tuesday, October 9
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Cervilio Amador, principle dancer for the Cincinnati Ballet always enjoyed the freedom of movement he found in ballet. But "freedom" took on a new meaning when he defected from Cuba to the United States. Architects at kinneymorrow architecture explain how they transformed an old home into their Houston Texas-based office space. Mequon, Wisconsin, oil painter Pamela Ruschman shares her great love for Wisconsin's landscapes and livestock in her paintings. She brings out the personalities of her beloved farm animals in her works. A person-to-person cultural exchange in Colorado where a music teacher connects with a violin student in Rwanda from inside a re-purposed shipping container with high-tech connections.
  • Connect
    Sunday, October 7
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Cervilio Amador, principle dancer for the Cincinnati Ballet always enjoyed the freedom of movement he found in ballet. But "freedom" took on a new meaning when he defected from Cuba to the United States. Architects at kinneymorrow architecture explain how they transformed an old home into their Houston Texas-based office space. Mequon, Wisconsin, oil painter Pamela Ruschman shares her great love for Wisconsin's landscapes and livestock in her paintings. She brings out the personalities of her beloved farm animals in her works. A person-to-person cultural exchange in Colorado where a music teacher connects with a violin student in Rwanda from inside a re-purposed shipping container with high-tech connections.
  • Create
    Sunday, October 7
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Welder Jim Moffitt of Fernley, Nevada, has transformed his passion for metal working into 360° works of art. See how he creates intricate fire pits with an artistic flair. The City Girl Farm is a place from which chicken footstools emerge. And they don’t go for chickenfeed either. They’re serious pieces of fiber art. A question of faith lies at the heart of Disgraced , a Pulitzer Prize winning play. It’s a wrenching conflict given that the main character at the center of it is at pains to conceal his background because he’s Muslim. Karen Barsy has been a dance therapist for over 25 years. She works in different places throughout metro Detroit. Let’s check out Karen and the amazing advances dance therapy can achieve.
  • Create
    Tuesday, October 2
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Welder Jim Moffitt of Fernley, Nevada, has transformed his passion for metal working into 360° works of art. See how he creates intricate fire pits with an artistic flair. The City Girl Farm is a place from which chicken footstools emerge. And they don’t go for chickenfeed either. They’re serious pieces of fiber art. A question of faith lies at the heart of Disgraced , a Pulitzer Prize winning play. It’s a wrenching conflict given that the main character at the center of it is at pains to conceal his background because he’s Muslim. Karen Barsy has been a dance therapist for over 25 years. She works in different places throughout metro Detroit. Let’s check out Karen and the amazing advances dance therapy can achieve.
  • Create
    Sunday, September 30
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Welder Jim Moffitt of Fernley, Nevada, has transformed his passion for metal working into 360° works of art. See how he creates intricate fire pits with an artistic flair. The City Girl Farm is a place from which chicken footstools emerge. And they don’t go for chickenfeed either. They’re serious pieces of fiber art. A question of faith lies at the heart of Disgraced , a Pulitzer Prize winning play. It’s a wrenching conflict given that the main character at the center of it is at pains to conceal his background because he’s Muslim. Karen Barsy has been a dance therapist for over 25 years. She works in different places throughout metro Detroit. Let’s check out Karen and the amazing advances dance therapy can achieve.
  • Love for Art
    Sunday, September 30
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hudson, New York-based artist Jeffrey Gibson believes in the "transformative nature of materials." He takes inspiration from his own multi-cultural background as he blurs the line between craft and fine art. Santa Fe, New Mexico, photographer Philip Augustin simplifies the world into minimal, formalist compositions. He uses abstraction to question the boundaries of the photographic process. Young Jean Marie Glazer is a multi-talented musician who plays classical cello and sings barbershop and opera. He is a student at Boone High School in Orlando, Florida. Trained as an architect and painter for over two decades in Italy, Aziz Osman returned to his native Somalia only months before the outbreak of civil war. He paints his prewar memories of Somalia and memories of Italy.
  • Love for Art
    Tuesday, September 25
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hudson, New York-based artist Jeffrey Gibson believes in the "transformative nature of materials." He takes inspiration from his own multi-cultural background as he blurs the line between craft and fine art. Santa Fe, New Mexico, photographer Philip Augustin simplifies the world into minimal, formalist compositions. He uses abstraction to question the boundaries of the photographic process. Young Jean Marie Glazer is a multi-talented musician who plays classical cello and sings barbershop and opera. He is a student at Boone High School in Orlando, Florida. Trained as an architect and painter for over two decades in Italy, Aziz Osman returned to his native Somalia only months before the outbreak of civil war. He paints his prewar memories of Somalia and memories of Italy.
  • Love for Art
    Sunday, September 23
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hudson, New York-based artist Jeffrey Gibson believes in the "transformative nature of materials." He takes inspiration from his own multi-cultural background as he blurs the line between craft and fine art. Santa Fe, New Mexico, photographer Philip Augustin simplifies the world into minimal, formalist compositions. He uses abstraction to question the boundaries of the photographic process. Young Jean Marie Glazer is a multi-talented musician who plays classical cello and sings barbershop and opera. He is a student at Boone High School in Orlando, Florida. Trained as an architect and painter for over two decades in Italy, Aziz Osman returned to his native Somalia only months before the outbreak of civil war. He paints his prewar memories of Somalia and memories of Italy.
  • The Local Episode
    Sunday, September 23
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    A one-night experimental art event on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, Utah. Students from Weber State University created sculptures which incorporated light as a central design element. Through his imagining of the life of medieval visionary Hildegard von Bingen, playwright Tim Slover has posited the notion of a personal experience of the divine against the practicalities of sustaining a religious community. MacNeal Crank is a Navajo photographer from Monument Valley, Utah. He's been capturing stunning landscapes of South Eastern Utah for several years, but his journey started as a chef of a restaurant. Lastly, we go to Utah where Repertory Dance Theatre inspires and encourages students to learn about the benefits and history of dance.
  • The Local Episode
    Tuesday, September 18
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A one-night experimental art event on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, Utah. Students from Weber State University created sculptures which incorporated light as a central design element. Through his imagining of the life of medieval visionary Hildegard von Bingen, playwright Tim Slover has posited the notion of a personal experience of the divine against the practicalities of sustaining a religious community. MacNeal Crank is a Navajo photographer from Monument Valley, Utah. He's been capturing stunning landscapes of South Eastern Utah for several years, but his journey started as a chef of a restaurant. Lastly, we go to Utah where Repertory Dance Theatre inspires and encourages students to learn about the benefits and history of dance.
  • The Local Episode
    Sunday, September 16
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A one-night experimental art event on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, Utah. Students from Weber State University created sculptures which incorporated light as a central design element. Through his imagining of the life of medieval visionary Hildegard von Bingen, playwright Tim Slover has posited the notion of a personal experience of the divine against the practicalities of sustaining a religious community. MacNeal Crank is a Navajo photographer from Monument Valley, Utah. He's been capturing stunning landscapes of South Eastern Utah for several years, but his journey started as a chef of a restaurant. Lastly, we go to Utah where Repertory Dance Theatre inspires and encourages students to learn about the benefits and history of dance.
  • Determined
    Sunday, September 16
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    At the Bass Art Museum, Harold Koda shows viewers the Vanitas Exhibit and what happens when death and fashion collide with fine art. Photographer Ackeem Salmon transferred from Jamaica to Detroit and just had to get into the city’s premier art school, the Detroit School of Arts. We check out Ackeem as he undertakes his largest project to date. Drones take to the skies over Houston and offer a new perspective on urban intersections. The Think360 Arts for Learning organization in Denver sponsors the Institute for Creative Teaching where teachers discover ways to integrate arts-based techniques into their classes.
  • Determined
    Tuesday, September 11
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    At the Bass Art Museum, Harold Koda shows viewers the Vanitas Exhibit and what happens when death and fashion collide with fine art. Photographer Ackeem Salmon transferred from Jamaica to Detroit and just had to get into the city’s premier art school, the Detroit School of Arts. We check out Ackeem as he undertakes his largest project to date. Drones take to the skies over Houston and offer a new perspective on urban intersections. The Think360 Arts for Learning organization in Denver sponsors the Institute for Creative Teaching where teachers discover ways to integrate arts-based techniques into their classes.
  • Determined
    Sunday, September 9
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    At the Bass Art Museum, Harold Koda shows viewers the Vanitas Exhibit and what happens when death and fashion collide with fine art. Photographer Ackeem Salmon transferred from Jamaica to Detroit and just had to get into the city’s premier art school, the Detroit School of Arts. We check out Ackeem as he undertakes his largest project to date. Drones take to the skies over Houston and offer a new perspective on urban intersections. The Think360 Arts for Learning organization in Denver sponsors the Institute for Creative Teaching where teachers discover ways to integrate arts-based techniques into their classes.
  • Using Your Surroundings
    Sunday, September 9
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Pairing instruments with education to keep kids engaged and excited in Los Angeles, California. Rick Brunner has turned his love of nature and the beauty of natural wood into a thriving career as a sculptor. A new play at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater about Marquette basketball coach McGuire's life and wisdom, written by his friend and broadcast partner Dick Enberg, stars Marquette alumnus Anthony Crivello. Wolfgang Parker is a fixture in the Columbus, Ohio music scene. He also writes and illustrates books for young readers including a recently-released book in his "Crime Cats" series, which features an 8-year-old superhero.
  • Using Your Surroundings
    Tuesday, September 4
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Pairing instruments with education to keep kids engaged and excited in Los Angeles, California. Rick Brunner has turned his love of nature and the beauty of natural wood into a thriving career as a sculptor. A new play at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater about Marquette basketball coach McGuire's life and wisdom, written by his friend and broadcast partner Dick Enberg, stars Marquette alumnus Anthony Crivello. Wolfgang Parker is a fixture in the Columbus, Ohio music scene. He also writes and illustrates books for young readers including a recently-released book in his "Crime Cats" series, which features an 8-year-old superhero.
  • Using Your Surroundings
    Sunday, September 2
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Pairing instruments with education to keep kids engaged and excited in Los Angeles, California. Rick Brunner has turned his love of nature and the beauty of natural wood into a thriving career as a sculptor. A new play at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater about Marquette basketball coach McGuire's life and wisdom, written by his friend and broadcast partner Dick Enberg, stars Marquette alumnus Anthony Crivello. Wolfgang Parker is a fixture in the Columbus, Ohio music scene. He also writes and illustrates books for young readers including a recently-released book in his "Crime Cats" series, which features an 8-year-old superhero.
  • Initiative
    Sunday, September 2
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Find out how artist Steven Spathelf made it his mission to add color to the town of Dunedin, Florida through public murals. Jazz pianist Ellis Marsalis Jr. and his six sons are regarded by many as New Orleans’ first family of jazz. In 2011 they were named the National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters, Ellis Marsalis spoke with us. The corset has a long history. Designer Larissa Boiwka has made it her business to bring this stiff undergarment out from under the shadows of confinement and give it a chance to sparkle on the outside. A young boy’s endless interest in collecting objects of art blossomed into a full-time obsession with sharing art with as many people and in as many places as possible. Kim Martindale and the LA Art show.