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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.

  • Texture
    Saturday, October 30
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Doncee Coulter is a fabric artist. With his x-acto knife, he works with leathers, suedes, and denims to render textured artworks. We head to Ohio to meet the artist. We take a trip to Massachusetts to visit an exhibit focused on New England’s connection with transcendentalism and alternative thought. The exhibit explores the movement’s history while also featuring work by contemporary artists. David Felberg is a violinist. Based in New Mexico, he is able to connect with audiences across the state with his instrument. We listen in on one of his performances. At the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida, the exhibit “Glasstrees” presents works of glass from
  • Texture
    Sunday, October 31
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Doncee Coulter is a fabric artist. With his x-acto knife, he works with leathers, suedes, and denims to render textured artworks. We head to Ohio to meet the artist. We take a trip to Massachusetts to visit an exhibit focused on New England’s connection with transcendentalism and alternative thought. The exhibit explores the movement’s history while also featuring work by contemporary artists. David Felberg is a violinist. Based in New Mexico, he is able to connect with audiences across the state with his instrument. We listen in on one of his performances. At the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida, the exhibit “Glasstrees” presents works of glass from
  • Rediscover
    Sunday, October 31
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Titus Kaphar examines history and representation. In his work, he closes the distance between past and present, revealing history’ s impact on the contemporary world. For over twenty-five years, the Carson City Ghost Walk has been entertaining the public. Led by artist Mary Bennett, the historical tales and paranormal stories of Carson City, Nevada, are told through live theatre. Eco-feminist artist Mira Lehr renders abstract artworks that reflect on nature and our environment. Through mediums such as painting and sculpture, she conveys her message. When viewing Joan Snyder’s painting “Smashed Strokes Hope,” one notices the colorful brushwork. We go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “ Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work.
  • Rediscover
    Tuesday, November 2
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Titus Kaphar examines history and representation. In his work, he closes the distance between past and present, revealing history’ s impact on the contemporary world. For over twenty-five years, the Carson City Ghost Walk has been entertaining the public. Led by artist Mary Bennett, the historical tales and paranormal stories of Carson City, Nevada, are told through live theatre. Eco-feminist artist Mira Lehr renders abstract artworks that reflect on nature and our environment. Through mediums such as painting and sculpture, she conveys her message. When viewing Joan Snyder’s painting “Smashed Strokes Hope,” one notices the colorful brushwork. We go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “ Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work.
  • Rediscover
    Saturday, November 6
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Titus Kaphar examines history and representation. In his work, he closes the distance between past and present, revealing history’ s impact on the contemporary world. For over twenty-five years, the Carson City Ghost Walk has been entertaining the public. Led by artist Mary Bennett, the historical tales and paranormal stories of Carson City, Nevada, are told through live theatre. Eco-feminist artist Mira Lehr renders abstract artworks that reflect on nature and our environment. Through mediums such as painting and sculpture, she conveys her message. When viewing Joan Snyder’s painting “Smashed Strokes Hope,” one notices the colorful brushwork. We go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “ Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work.
  • Rediscover
    Sunday, November 7
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artist Titus Kaphar examines history and representation. In his work, he closes the distance between past and present, revealing history’ s impact on the contemporary world. For over twenty-five years, the Carson City Ghost Walk has been entertaining the public. Led by artist Mary Bennett, the historical tales and paranormal stories of Carson City, Nevada, are told through live theatre. Eco-feminist artist Mira Lehr renders abstract artworks that reflect on nature and our environment. Through mediums such as painting and sculpture, she conveys her message. When viewing Joan Snyder’s painting “Smashed Strokes Hope,” one notices the colorful brushwork. We go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “ Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work.
  • Opportunity
    Sunday, November 7
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s professional training institute prepares the next generation of performers. The program gives local high school students the chance to work on their craft and express themselves. For Jennifer Angus, insects are her medium of choice. We visit St. Petersburg, Florida to get an inside look at an installation of her work. The Art Signals project in Reno, Nevada, gives artists the chance to transform ordinary signal boxes into works of art. We find out more about the project and see some of the lively designs. Each year at the Winter Star Party in the Florida Keys, astronomers gather together to photograph and gaze at the stars.
  • Opportunity
    Tuesday, November 9
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s professional training institute prepares the next generation of performers. The program gives local high school students the chance to work on their craft and express themselves. For Jennifer Angus, insects are her medium of choice. We visit St. Petersburg, Florida to get an inside look at an installation of her work. The Art Signals project in Reno, Nevada, gives artists the chance to transform ordinary signal boxes into works of art. We find out more about the project and see some of the lively designs. Each year at the Winter Star Party in the Florida Keys, astronomers gather together to photograph and gaze at the stars.
  • Opportunity
    Saturday, November 13
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s professional training institute prepares the next generation of performers. The program gives local high school students the chance to work on their craft and express themselves. For Jennifer Angus, insects are her medium of choice. We visit St. Petersburg, Florida to get an inside look at an installation of her work. The Art Signals project in Reno, Nevada, gives artists the chance to transform ordinary signal boxes into works of art. We find out more about the project and see some of the lively designs. Each year at the Winter Star Party in the Florida Keys, astronomers gather together to photograph and gaze at the stars.
  • Opportunity
    Sunday, November 14
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Wisconsin, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s professional training institute prepares the next generation of performers. The program gives local high school students the chance to work on their craft and express themselves. For Jennifer Angus, insects are her medium of choice. We visit St. Petersburg, Florida to get an inside look at an installation of her work. The Art Signals project in Reno, Nevada, gives artists the chance to transform ordinary signal boxes into works of art. We find out more about the project and see some of the lively designs. Each year at the Winter Star Party in the Florida Keys, astronomers gather together to photograph and gaze at the stars.
  • Imagine
    Sunday, November 14
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    With wood as her medium, Oklahoma-based artist Ebony Iman Dallas created the mural “Greenwood Imagine.” Based off a poem, the work imagines a world in which the 1921 Tulsa race massacre never happened. We meet the community of roller skaters in Tampa Bay, Florida. Each time they go around the rink, they dance to the music and show artistry in their movements. Since she was a teenager, artist Judy Holley has been practicing the art of quilt making. With skill and concentration, she renders colorful quilts rich with pattern and design. We visit “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Massachusetts. For the first time in 25 years, the museum exhibited its entire collection of Monet paintings.
  • Imagine
    Tuesday, November 16
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    With wood as her medium, Oklahoma-based artist Ebony Iman Dallas created the mural “Greenwood Imagine.” Based off a poem, the work imagines a world in which the 1921 Tulsa race massacre never happened. We meet the community of roller skaters in Tampa Bay, Florida. Each time they go around the rink, they dance to the music and show artistry in their movements. Since she was a teenager, artist Judy Holley has been practicing the art of quilt making. With skill and concentration, she renders colorful quilts rich with pattern and design. We visit “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Massachusetts. For the first time in 25 years, the museum exhibited its entire collection of Monet paintings.
  • Imagine
    Saturday, November 20
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    With wood as her medium, Oklahoma-based artist Ebony Iman Dallas created the mural “Greenwood Imagine.” Based off a poem, the work imagines a world in which the 1921 Tulsa race massacre never happened. We meet the community of roller skaters in Tampa Bay, Florida. Each time they go around the rink, they dance to the music and show artistry in their movements. Since she was a teenager, artist Judy Holley has been practicing the art of quilt making. With skill and concentration, she renders colorful quilts rich with pattern and design. We visit “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Massachusetts. For the first time in 25 years, the museum exhibited its entire collection of Monet paintings.
  • Imagine
    Sunday, November 21
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    With wood as her medium, Oklahoma-based artist Ebony Iman Dallas created the mural “Greenwood Imagine.” Based off a poem, the work imagines a world in which the 1921 Tulsa race massacre never happened. We meet the community of roller skaters in Tampa Bay, Florida. Each time they go around the rink, they dance to the music and show artistry in their movements. Since she was a teenager, artist Judy Holley has been practicing the art of quilt making. With skill and concentration, she renders colorful quilts rich with pattern and design. We visit “Monet and Boston: Lasting Impression” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Massachusetts. For the first time in 25 years, the museum exhibited its entire collection of Monet paintings.
  • Sunday, November 21
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  • Tuesday, November 23
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  • Saturday, November 27
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  • Sunday, November 28
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  • Sunday, November 28
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  • Tuesday, November 30
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  • Saturday, December 4
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  • Sunday, December 5
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  • Sunday, December 5
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  • Tuesday, December 7
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  • Saturday, December 11
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  • Sunday, December 12
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  • Tuesday, December 14
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  • Saturday, December 18
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  • Sunday, December 19
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  • Sunday, January 9
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  • Saturday, January 15
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  • Sunday, January 16
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  • Sunday, January 16
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  • Tuesday, January 25
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  • Texture
    Tuesday, October 26
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Doncee Coulter is a fabric artist. With his x-acto knife, he works with leathers, suedes, and denims to render textured artworks. We head to Ohio to meet the artist. We take a trip to Massachusetts to visit an exhibit focused on New England’s connection with transcendentalism and alternative thought. The exhibit explores the movement’s history while also featuring work by contemporary artists. David Felberg is a violinist. Based in New Mexico, he is able to connect with audiences across the state with his instrument. We listen in on one of his performances. At the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida, the exhibit “Glasstrees” presents works of glass from
  • Texture
    Sunday, October 24
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Doncee Coulter is a fabric artist. With his x-acto knife, he works with leathers, suedes, and denims to render textured artworks. We head to Ohio to meet the artist. We take a trip to Massachusetts to visit an exhibit focused on New England’s connection with transcendentalism and alternative thought. The exhibit explores the movement’s history while also featuring work by contemporary artists. David Felberg is a violinist. Based in New Mexico, he is able to connect with audiences across the state with his instrument. We listen in on one of his performances. At the Boca Raton Museum of Art in Florida, the exhibit “Glasstrees” presents works of glass from
  • Celebrating Creativity
    Sunday, October 24
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, artist Terrance Osborne loves to paint his city. His compelling canvases are full of expression and vivacity. We meet the artist in his hometown. The Replay Amusement Museum gives visitors opportunities to play arcade games and pinball machines. We find out more about the art and technology behind these amusements. Artist Louise Nevelson’s sculpture “Mrs. N’s Palace” is made up of over one hundred objects. We visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. We are introduced to Moderngram, a group of artists who combine dance and film to generate something new and inspirational. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada, for the story.
  • Celebrating Creativity
    Saturday, October 23
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, artist Terrance Osborne loves to paint his city. His compelling canvases are full of expression and vivacity. We meet the artist in his hometown. The Replay Amusement Museum gives visitors opportunities to play arcade games and pinball machines. We find out more about the art and technology behind these amusements. Artist Louise Nevelson’s sculpture “Mrs. N’s Palace” is made up of over one hundred objects. We visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. We are introduced to Moderngram, a group of artists who combine dance and film to generate something new and inspirational. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada, for the story.
  • Celebrating Creativity
    Tuesday, October 19
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, artist Terrance Osborne loves to paint his city. His compelling canvases are full of expression and vivacity. We meet the artist in his hometown. The Replay Amusement Museum gives visitors opportunities to play arcade games and pinball machines. We find out more about the art and technology behind these amusements. Artist Louise Nevelson’s sculpture “Mrs. N’s Palace” is made up of over one hundred objects. We visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. We are introduced to Moderngram, a group of artists who combine dance and film to generate something new and inspirational. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada, for the story.
  • Celebrating Creativity
    Sunday, October 17
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, artist Terrance Osborne loves to paint his city. His compelling canvases are full of expression and vivacity. We meet the artist in his hometown. The Replay Amusement Museum gives visitors opportunities to play arcade games and pinball machines. We find out more about the art and technology behind these amusements. Artist Louise Nevelson’s sculpture “Mrs. N’s Palace” is made up of over one hundred objects. We visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. We are introduced to Moderngram, a group of artists who combine dance and film to generate something new and inspirational. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada, for the story.
  • Mixed Media
    Sunday, October 17
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    As Artist Stephanie Cole puts it, she “paints with stuff.” Glass, wood, fiber… her mixed media constructions explore different aspects of her life. We visit the Fuller Craft Museum in Massachusetts to see an exhibit of her work. As a way to honor their volunteers who help serve food to those in need, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada decided to create a mural that reflects all that they do. We take a trip to Florida to meet with the team behind Key West Pottery. Originated in 2009, the artists Kelly Lever and Adam Russell render a variety of unique styles and designs out of clay. The history of witchcraft and sorcery is a fascinating one, rich with magic and myth. Up next, we meet New Mexico Historian Robert Martinez who speaks about the state’s connection with the occult.
  • Mixed Media
    Saturday, October 16
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    As Artist Stephanie Cole puts it, she “paints with stuff.” Glass, wood, fiber… her mixed media constructions explore different aspects of her life. We visit the Fuller Craft Museum in Massachusetts to see an exhibit of her work. As a way to honor their volunteers who help serve food to those in need, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada decided to create a mural that reflects all that they do. We take a trip to Florida to meet with the team behind Key West Pottery. Originated in 2009, the artists Kelly Lever and Adam Russell render a variety of unique styles and designs out of clay. The history of witchcraft and sorcery is a fascinating one, rich with magic and myth. Up next, we meet New Mexico Historian Robert Martinez who speaks about the state’s connection with the occult.
  • Mixed Media
    Tuesday, October 12
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    As Artist Stephanie Cole puts it, she “paints with stuff.” Glass, wood, fiber… her mixed media constructions explore different aspects of her life. We visit the Fuller Craft Museum in Massachusetts to see an exhibit of her work. As a way to honor their volunteers who help serve food to those in need, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada decided to create a mural that reflects all that they do. We take a trip to Florida to meet with the team behind Key West Pottery. Originated in 2009, the artists Kelly Lever and Adam Russell render a variety of unique styles and designs out of clay. The history of witchcraft and sorcery is a fascinating one, rich with magic and myth. Up next, we meet New Mexico Historian Robert Martinez who speaks about the state’s connection with the occult.
  • Mixed Media
    Sunday, October 10
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    As Artist Stephanie Cole puts it, she “paints with stuff.” Glass, wood, fiber… her mixed media constructions explore different aspects of her life. We visit the Fuller Craft Museum in Massachusetts to see an exhibit of her work. As a way to honor their volunteers who help serve food to those in need, the Food Bank of Northern Nevada decided to create a mural that reflects all that they do. We take a trip to Florida to meet with the team behind Key West Pottery. Originated in 2009, the artists Kelly Lever and Adam Russell render a variety of unique styles and designs out of clay. The history of witchcraft and sorcery is a fascinating one, rich with magic and myth. Up next, we meet New Mexico Historian Robert Martinez who speaks about the state’s connection with the occult.
  • Shared Moment
    Sunday, October 10
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jackson Pollock’s drip painting “Autumn Rhythm” is one of the artist’s most well-known works. We head to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. In the face of struggle and adversity, Ohio-based artist Arabella Proffer still manages to create. From pop-surrealist portraits to biomorphic shapes, her contemporary art takes on many different forms. We travel to Utah to view the collaborative installation “Ummah" that teaches visitors about the Islamic faith and celebrates the Muslim community. We hear from artist Lisa Martin Smallwood, a.k.a Liasi. Based in Tampa Bay, Florida, Smallwood paints iconic jazz singers and musicians in an impressionistic style.
  • Shared Moment
    Saturday, October 9
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jackson Pollock’s drip painting “Autumn Rhythm” is one of the artist’s most well-known works. We head to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. In the face of struggle and adversity, Ohio-based artist Arabella Proffer still manages to create. From pop-surrealist portraits to biomorphic shapes, her contemporary art takes on many different forms. We travel to Utah to view the collaborative installation “Ummah" that teaches visitors about the Islamic faith and celebrates the Muslim community. We hear from artist Lisa Martin Smallwood, a.k.a Liasi. Based in Tampa Bay, Florida, Smallwood paints iconic jazz singers and musicians in an impressionistic style.
  • Shared Moment
    Tuesday, October 5
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jackson Pollock’s drip painting “Autumn Rhythm” is one of the artist’s most well-known works. We head to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. In the face of struggle and adversity, Ohio-based artist Arabella Proffer still manages to create. From pop-surrealist portraits to biomorphic shapes, her contemporary art takes on many different forms. We travel to Utah to view the collaborative installation “Ummah" that teaches visitors about the Islamic faith and celebrates the Muslim community. We hear from artist Lisa Martin Smallwood, a.k.a Liasi. Based in Tampa Bay, Florida, Smallwood paints iconic jazz singers and musicians in an impressionistic style.
  • Shared Moment
    Sunday, October 3
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jackson Pollock’s drip painting “Autumn Rhythm” is one of the artist’s most well-known works. We head to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to look back at the exhibit “Epic Abstraction,” which featured this work. In the face of struggle and adversity, Ohio-based artist Arabella Proffer still manages to create. From pop-surrealist portraits to biomorphic shapes, her contemporary art takes on many different forms. We travel to Utah to view the collaborative installation “Ummah" that teaches visitors about the Islamic faith and celebrates the Muslim community. We hear from artist Lisa Martin Smallwood, a.k.a Liasi. Based in Tampa Bay, Florida, Smallwood paints iconic jazz singers and musicians in an impressionistic style.
  • Expression
    Sunday, October 3
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Drag is an art and, in this segment, we meet drag performer Rianna Petrone. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida. Petrone sits down for drag queen story hour for youth in the community. Since 1980, DDC Dances has been presenting works of contemporary dance in Michigan. As a dance company, they choreograph expressive performances for audiences to enjoy. Multimedia artist Nicole Ashton creates unique public art. With her large-scale sculptures, she encourages interaction and participation. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada for the story. Artist John Waters is unlike any other. In his art, he tells a story in a provocative, subversive way. We visit the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, to see an exhibition of his visual work.
  • Expression
    Saturday, October 2
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Drag is an art and, in this segment, we meet drag performer Rianna Petrone. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida. Petrone sits down for drag queen story hour for youth in the community. Since 1980, DDC Dances has been presenting works of contemporary dance in Michigan. As a dance company, they choreograph expressive performances for audiences to enjoy. Multimedia artist Nicole Ashton creates unique public art. With her large-scale sculptures, she encourages interaction and participation. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada for the story. Artist John Waters is unlike any other. In his art, he tells a story in a provocative, subversive way. We visit the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, to see an exhibition of his visual work.
  • Expression
    Tuesday, September 28
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Drag is an art and, in this segment, we meet drag performer Rianna Petrone. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida. Petrone sits down for drag queen story hour for youth in the community. Since 1980, DDC Dances has been presenting works of contemporary dance in Michigan. As a dance company, they choreograph expressive performances for audiences to enjoy. Multimedia artist Nicole Ashton creates unique public art. With her large-scale sculptures, she encourages interaction and participation. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada for the story. Artist John Waters is unlike any other. In his art, he tells a story in a provocative, subversive way. We visit the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, to see an exhibition of his visual work.
  • Expression
    Sunday, September 26
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Drag is an art and, in this segment, we meet drag performer Rianna Petrone. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida. Petrone sits down for drag queen story hour for youth in the community. Since 1980, DDC Dances has been presenting works of contemporary dance in Michigan. As a dance company, they choreograph expressive performances for audiences to enjoy. Multimedia artist Nicole Ashton creates unique public art. With her large-scale sculptures, she encourages interaction and participation. We take a trip to Reno, Nevada for the story. Artist John Waters is unlike any other. In his art, he tells a story in a provocative, subversive way. We visit the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio, to see an exhibition of his visual work.
  • Learn and Grow
    Sunday, September 26
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Reno, Nevada, artist Joe C. Rock creates art for public spaces. His large, energetic murals liven buildings and streets, and are available to everyone. Boston Arts Academy is a public high school focused on the visual and performing arts. The school provides its student body with a place to learn and grow as artists and individuals. We meet Louisiana artist Heather Ryan Kelley who finds inspiration in symbolic paintings and the writings of James Joyce. In her art, she features objects that are full of meaning. The exhibition “Teresita Fernández: Elemental” gives viewers the opportunity to encounter landscapes of the natural world. We travel to the Pérez Art Museum Miami to get a look.
  • Learn and Grow
    Saturday, September 25
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Reno, Nevada, artist Joe C. Rock creates art for public spaces. His large, energetic murals liven buildings and streets, and are available to everyone. Boston Arts Academy is a public high school focused on the visual and performing arts. The school provides its student body with a place to learn and grow as artists and individuals. We meet Louisiana artist Heather Ryan Kelley who finds inspiration in symbolic paintings and the writings of James Joyce. In her art, she features objects that are full of meaning. The exhibition “Teresita Fernández: Elemental” gives viewers the opportunity to encounter landscapes of the natural world. We travel to the Pérez Art Museum Miami to get a look.
  • Learn and Grow
    Tuesday, September 21
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Reno, Nevada, artist Joe C. Rock creates art for public spaces. His large, energetic murals liven buildings and streets, and are available to everyone. Boston Arts Academy is a public high school focused on the visual and performing arts. The school provides its student body with a place to learn and grow as artists and individuals. We meet Louisiana artist Heather Ryan Kelley who finds inspiration in symbolic paintings and the writings of James Joyce. In her art, she features objects that are full of meaning. The exhibition “Teresita Fernández: Elemental” gives viewers the opportunity to encounter landscapes of the natural world. We travel to the Pérez Art Museum Miami to get a look.
  • Learn and Grow
    Sunday, September 19
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In Reno, Nevada, artist Joe C. Rock creates art for public spaces. His large, energetic murals liven buildings and streets, and are available to everyone. Boston Arts Academy is a public high school focused on the visual and performing arts. The school provides its student body with a place to learn and grow as artists and individuals. We meet Louisiana artist Heather Ryan Kelley who finds inspiration in symbolic paintings and the writings of James Joyce. In her art, she features objects that are full of meaning. The exhibition “Teresita Fernández: Elemental” gives viewers the opportunity to encounter landscapes of the natural world. We travel to the Pérez Art Museum Miami to get a look.
  • Creative Healing
    Sunday, September 19
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    We head to Michigan to learn about Artist Mario Moore’s exhibit, “ Recovery”. In his paintings and silverpoint drawings, he reflects on how African American men rest in our society. Confronted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sierra Arts Foundation in Northern Nevada has worked to keep galleries open and to allow artists and community members to safely interact. Zero Empty Spaces is a management company that transforms vacant spaces into affordable studios for artists to work and grow. We take a trip to South Florida to meet the founders and hear how this project developed. We are introduced to two art installations in Boston, Massachusetts. Called “The Heard” and “ To each era, its art, to art, its freedom,” we learn about their role in the public space.
  • Creative Healing
    Saturday, September 18
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We head to Michigan to learn about Artist Mario Moore’s exhibit, “ Recovery”. In his paintings and silverpoint drawings, he reflects on how African American men rest in our society. Confronted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sierra Arts Foundation in Northern Nevada has worked to keep galleries open and to allow artists and community members to safely interact. Zero Empty Spaces is a management company that transforms vacant spaces into affordable studios for artists to work and grow. We take a trip to South Florida to meet the founders and hear how this project developed. We are introduced to two art installations in Boston, Massachusetts. Called “The Heard” and “ To each era, its art, to art, its freedom,” we learn about their role in the public space.
  • Creative Healing
    Tuesday, September 14
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We head to Michigan to learn about Artist Mario Moore’s exhibit, “ Recovery”. In his paintings and silverpoint drawings, he reflects on how African American men rest in our society. Confronted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sierra Arts Foundation in Northern Nevada has worked to keep galleries open and to allow artists and community members to safely interact. Zero Empty Spaces is a management company that transforms vacant spaces into affordable studios for artists to work and grow. We take a trip to South Florida to meet the founders and hear how this project developed. We are introduced to two art installations in Boston, Massachusetts. Called “The Heard” and “ To each era, its art, to art, its freedom,” we learn about their role in the public space.
  • Creative Healing
    Sunday, September 12
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We head to Michigan to learn about Artist Mario Moore’s exhibit, “ Recovery”. In his paintings and silverpoint drawings, he reflects on how African American men rest in our society. Confronted by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sierra Arts Foundation in Northern Nevada has worked to keep galleries open and to allow artists and community members to safely interact. Zero Empty Spaces is a management company that transforms vacant spaces into affordable studios for artists to work and grow. We take a trip to South Florida to meet the founders and hear how this project developed. We are introduced to two art installations in Boston, Massachusetts. Called “The Heard” and “ To each era, its art, to art, its freedom,” we learn about their role in the public space.
  • Innovation
    Sunday, September 12
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    New York Florist Lewis Miller colors the city streets with thrilling pop-up floral arrangements. Started in 2016, these “flower flashes exude joy, beauty, and spontaneity. We visit Williamsburg, Virginia, to meet culinary historian and author Michael Twitty. In his work, he explores African American foodways and the role that food has played throughout history and across cultures. High Desert Harmony Chorus embraces the art of a cappella. Undaunted by the pandemic, this group of singers has found ways to continue to use their voices to make something magical. Interactive Initiative is a non-profit organization that gives artists the chance to create interactive artwork in the digital space. We hear about their new phone application “Tropi” that highlights local artists.
  • Innovation
    Saturday, September 11
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    New York Florist Lewis Miller colors the city streets with thrilling pop-up floral arrangements. Started in 2016, these “flower flashes exude joy, beauty, and spontaneity. We visit Williamsburg, Virginia, to meet culinary historian and author Michael Twitty. In his work, he explores African American foodways and the role that food has played throughout history and across cultures. High Desert Harmony Chorus embraces the art of a cappella. Undaunted by the pandemic, this group of singers has found ways to continue to use their voices to make something magical. Interactive Initiative is a non-profit organization that gives artists the chance to create interactive artwork in the digital space. We hear about their new phone application “Tropi” that highlights local artists.
  • Innovation
    Tuesday, September 7
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    New York Florist Lewis Miller colors the city streets with thrilling pop-up floral arrangements. Started in 2016, these “flower flashes exude joy, beauty, and spontaneity. We visit Williamsburg, Virginia, to meet culinary historian and author Michael Twitty. In his work, he explores African American foodways and the role that food has played throughout history and across cultures. High Desert Harmony Chorus embraces the art of a cappella. Undaunted by the pandemic, this group of singers has found ways to continue to use their voices to make something magical. Interactive Initiative is a non-profit organization that gives artists the chance to create interactive artwork in the digital space. We hear about their new phone application “Tropi” that highlights local artists.
  • Innovation
    Sunday, September 5
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    New York Florist Lewis Miller colors the city streets with thrilling pop-up floral arrangements. Started in 2016, these “flower flashes exude joy, beauty, and spontaneity. We visit Williamsburg, Virginia, to meet culinary historian and author Michael Twitty. In his work, he explores African American foodways and the role that food has played throughout history and across cultures. High Desert Harmony Chorus embraces the art of a cappella. Undaunted by the pandemic, this group of singers has found ways to continue to use their voices to make something magical. Interactive Initiative is a non-profit organization that gives artists the chance to create interactive artwork in the digital space. We hear about their new phone application “Tropi” that highlights local artists.
  • Memoirs
    Sunday, September 5
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jorge Pérez is an art collector. At a young age, he started his collection and has been building it ever since. We head to his contemporary art space “El Espacio 23” in Florida to find out more. We travel to New Mexico to hear from Lois Rudnick, the preeminent scholar on Mabel Dodge Luhan. Luhan was a writer of memoirs. In her work, she gave an intimate look at her life and her battle with depression. Even though the Covid-19 pandemic forced the Fitchburg Art Museum in Massachusetts to temporarily shut its doors, staff and volunteers still found ways to give back to the community. We meet Trey Valentine, a window cartoonist in Reno, Nevada. For various businesses, he creates painted window displays full of color and imagination.
  • Memoirs
    Saturday, September 4
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jorge Pérez is an art collector. At a young age, he started his collection and has been building it ever since. We head to his contemporary art space “El Espacio 23” in Florida to find out more. We travel to New Mexico to hear from Lois Rudnick, the preeminent scholar on Mabel Dodge Luhan. Luhan was a writer of memoirs. In her work, she gave an intimate look at her life and her battle with depression. Even though the Covid-19 pandemic forced the Fitchburg Art Museum in Massachusetts to temporarily shut its doors, staff and volunteers still found ways to give back to the community. We meet Trey Valentine, a window cartoonist in Reno, Nevada. For various businesses, he creates painted window displays full of color and imagination.