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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.

  • Giving Opportunities
    Sunday, August 25
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Steve Kolpacke recently discovered his passion for woodturning. We caught up with him in his studio in Detroit. Art + Practice not only provides world class arts experiences but in partnership with first place for youth, local foster youth receive access to housing, individualized education and employment support. Kenneth Young is a talented painter that enjoys exploring many different styles. We visited the artist at his home in Ghent, New York. We take a look at Fannie Mae Duncan’s Cotton Club, celebrating inclusion, desegregation, and the history of Colorado Springs Jazz.
  • Memories
    Sunday, August 25
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet a Houston wood-turner with an emotional connection to his craft. Katherine Reynolds is a neon glass artist in Oklahoma City. She is the founder of Reynolds and Son Neon where she and her son Dustin create stunning signs that light up the city. This short profile features Baltimore-based filmmaker and curator Margaret Rorison’s emotional film about her Grandmother, who is failing due to Alheizmer s Disease. Filmmaker Caleb Oosterling teamed up with local musician Johnny Maio to create a fun, catchy music video that highlights all that's special about living in Tampa Bay.
  • Memories
    Tuesday, August 27
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet a Houston wood-turner with an emotional connection to his craft. Katherine Reynolds is a neon glass artist in Oklahoma City. She is the founder of Reynolds and Son Neon where she and her son Dustin create stunning signs that light up the city. This short profile features Baltimore-based filmmaker and curator Margaret Rorison’s emotional film about her Grandmother, who is failing due to Alheizmer s Disease. Filmmaker Caleb Oosterling teamed up with local musician Johnny Maio to create a fun, catchy music video that highlights all that's special about living in Tampa Bay.
  • Memories
    Saturday, August 31
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet a Houston wood-turner with an emotional connection to his craft. Katherine Reynolds is a neon glass artist in Oklahoma City. She is the founder of Reynolds and Son Neon where she and her son Dustin create stunning signs that light up the city. This short profile features Baltimore-based filmmaker and curator Margaret Rorison’s emotional film about her Grandmother, who is failing due to Alheizmer s Disease. Filmmaker Caleb Oosterling teamed up with local musician Johnny Maio to create a fun, catchy music video that highlights all that's special about living in Tampa Bay.
  • Memories
    Sunday, September 1
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meet a Houston wood-turner with an emotional connection to his craft. Katherine Reynolds is a neon glass artist in Oklahoma City. She is the founder of Reynolds and Son Neon where she and her son Dustin create stunning signs that light up the city. This short profile features Baltimore-based filmmaker and curator Margaret Rorison’s emotional film about her Grandmother, who is failing due to Alheizmer s Disease. Filmmaker Caleb Oosterling teamed up with local musician Johnny Maio to create a fun, catchy music video that highlights all that's special about living in Tampa Bay.
  • Celebration
    Sunday, September 1
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The end of the 19th century in France (a period known as Din de Siecle) was a time of major political unrest and cultural transformation. And responding to all of this were, of course, the artists. Ayad Akhtar is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author. Raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he has partnered with his hometown theater--the Milwaukee Rep--to produce all of his works. Go behind the scenes at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens to see what went into creating their Burning Man exhibit. Artist Donna Jackson's bodies of work are the results of what she’s learned from womanhood and what she wants to share from her hometown.
  • Celebration
    Tuesday, September 3
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The end of the 19th century in France (a period known as Din de Siecle) was a time of major political unrest and cultural transformation. And responding to all of this were, of course, the artists. Ayad Akhtar is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author. Raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he has partnered with his hometown theater--the Milwaukee Rep--to produce all of his works. Go behind the scenes at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens to see what went into creating their Burning Man exhibit. Artist Donna Jackson's bodies of work are the results of what she’s learned from womanhood and what she wants to share from her hometown.
  • Celebration
    Saturday, September 7
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The end of the 19th century in France (a period known as Din de Siecle) was a time of major political unrest and cultural transformation. And responding to all of this were, of course, the artists. Ayad Akhtar is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author. Raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he has partnered with his hometown theater--the Milwaukee Rep--to produce all of his works. Go behind the scenes at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens to see what went into creating their Burning Man exhibit. Artist Donna Jackson's bodies of work are the results of what she’s learned from womanhood and what she wants to share from her hometown.
  • Celebration
    Sunday, September 8
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The end of the 19th century in France (a period known as Din de Siecle) was a time of major political unrest and cultural transformation. And responding to all of this were, of course, the artists. Ayad Akhtar is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and author. Raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he has partnered with his hometown theater--the Milwaukee Rep--to produce all of his works. Go behind the scenes at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens to see what went into creating their Burning Man exhibit. Artist Donna Jackson's bodies of work are the results of what she’s learned from womanhood and what she wants to share from her hometown.
  • Sunday, September 8
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Tuesday, September 10
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Saturday, September 14
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Sunday, September 15
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Sunday, September 15
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Tuesday, September 17
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Saturday, September 21
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Sunday, September 22
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  • Sunday, September 22
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Tuesday, September 24
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Saturday, September 28
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Sunday, September 29
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  • Sunday, September 29
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  • Giving Opportunities
    Saturday, August 24
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Steve Kolpacke recently discovered his passion for woodturning. We caught up with him in his studio in Detroit. Art + Practice not only provides world class arts experiences but in partnership with first place for youth, local foster youth receive access to housing, individualized education and employment support. Kenneth Young is a talented painter that enjoys exploring many different styles. We visited the artist at his home in Ghent, New York. We take a look at Fannie Mae Duncan’s Cotton Club, celebrating inclusion, desegregation, and the history of Colorado Springs Jazz.
  • Giving Opportunities
    Tuesday, August 20
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Steve Kolpacke recently discovered his passion for woodturning. We caught up with him in his studio in Detroit. Art + Practice not only provides world class arts experiences but in partnership with first place for youth, local foster youth receive access to housing, individualized education and employment support. Kenneth Young is a talented painter that enjoys exploring many different styles. We visited the artist at his home in Ghent, New York. We take a look at Fannie Mae Duncan’s Cotton Club, celebrating inclusion, desegregation, and the history of Colorado Springs Jazz.
  • Giving Opportunities
    Sunday, August 18
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Steve Kolpacke recently discovered his passion for woodturning. We caught up with him in his studio in Detroit. Art + Practice not only provides world class arts experiences but in partnership with first place for youth, local foster youth receive access to housing, individualized education and employment support. Kenneth Young is a talented painter that enjoys exploring many different styles. We visited the artist at his home in Ghent, New York. We take a look at Fannie Mae Duncan’s Cotton Club, celebrating inclusion, desegregation, and the history of Colorado Springs Jazz.
  • Past & Present
    Sunday, August 18
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Potter Jim McDowell preserves history & tradition with his "face jugs. " The largest mural festival on the west coast creates an opportunity of art for all. It lasted only 14 years, but the Bauhaus, a German art school, became a force in 20th century art, architecture and design. The Bauhaus gained a foothold in the US through Harvard University. Bringing light from the midst of war encapsulates the essence of the “Remembered Light” stained glass art exhibit in Salt Lake City, UT in December of 2018.
  • Past & Present
    Saturday, August 17
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Potter Jim McDowell preserves history & tradition with his "face jugs. " The largest mural festival on the west coast creates an opportunity of art for all. It lasted only 14 years, but the Bauhaus, a German art school, became a force in 20th century art, architecture and design. The Bauhaus gained a foothold in the US through Harvard University. Bringing light from the midst of war encapsulates the essence of the “Remembered Light” stained glass art exhibit in Salt Lake City, UT in December of 2018.
  • Past & Present
    Tuesday, August 13
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Potter Jim McDowell preserves history & tradition with his "face jugs. " The largest mural festival on the west coast creates an opportunity of art for all. It lasted only 14 years, but the Bauhaus, a German art school, became a force in 20th century art, architecture and design. The Bauhaus gained a foothold in the US through Harvard University. Bringing light from the midst of war encapsulates the essence of the “Remembered Light” stained glass art exhibit in Salt Lake City, UT in December of 2018.
  • Past & Present
    Sunday, August 11
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Potter Jim McDowell preserves history & tradition with his "face jugs. " The largest mural festival on the west coast creates an opportunity of art for all. It lasted only 14 years, but the Bauhaus, a German art school, became a force in 20th century art, architecture and design. The Bauhaus gained a foothold in the US through Harvard University. Bringing light from the midst of war encapsulates the essence of the “Remembered Light” stained glass art exhibit in Salt Lake City, UT in December of 2018.
  • One of a Kind
    Sunday, August 11
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Michigan Philharmonic is a professional orchestra in Detroit, celebrating their Conductor’s 20th Anniversary. Cincinnati artist Nancy Hopkins offers a whimsical take on ceramics. Her unusual technique of combining glaze, underglaze, and acrylic paint ensures that each piece is one of-a-kind. A Pointe Coupee Parish artist uses a mallet, a chisel and a block of cypress to create phenomenal 3-diminensional depictions of the rural cabins and plantation homes he grew up around. A group of artists at the 78th Street Studios in Cleveland is staging a monthly event, known as "Watch It Wednesdays," where the public is invited to see how they work, ask questions and provide instant feedback.
  • One of a Kind
    Saturday, August 10
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Michigan Philharmonic is a professional orchestra in Detroit, celebrating their Conductor’s 20th Anniversary. Cincinnati artist Nancy Hopkins offers a whimsical take on ceramics. Her unusual technique of combining glaze, underglaze, and acrylic paint ensures that each piece is one of-a-kind. A Pointe Coupee Parish artist uses a mallet, a chisel and a block of cypress to create phenomenal 3-diminensional depictions of the rural cabins and plantation homes he grew up around. A group of artists at the 78th Street Studios in Cleveland is staging a monthly event, known as "Watch It Wednesdays," where the public is invited to see how they work, ask questions and provide instant feedback.
  • One of a Kind
    Tuesday, August 6
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Michigan Philharmonic is a professional orchestra in Detroit, celebrating their Conductor’s 20th Anniversary. Cincinnati artist Nancy Hopkins offers a whimsical take on ceramics. Her unusual technique of combining glaze, underglaze, and acrylic paint ensures that each piece is one of-a-kind. A Pointe Coupee Parish artist uses a mallet, a chisel and a block of cypress to create phenomenal 3-diminensional depictions of the rural cabins and plantation homes he grew up around. A group of artists at the 78th Street Studios in Cleveland is staging a monthly event, known as "Watch It Wednesdays," where the public is invited to see how they work, ask questions and provide instant feedback.
  • One of a Kind
    Sunday, August 4
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Michigan Philharmonic is a professional orchestra in Detroit, celebrating their Conductor’s 20th Anniversary. Cincinnati artist Nancy Hopkins offers a whimsical take on ceramics. Her unusual technique of combining glaze, underglaze, and acrylic paint ensures that each piece is one of-a-kind. A Pointe Coupee Parish artist uses a mallet, a chisel and a block of cypress to create phenomenal 3-diminensional depictions of the rural cabins and plantation homes he grew up around. A group of artists at the 78th Street Studios in Cleveland is staging a monthly event, known as "Watch It Wednesdays," where the public is invited to see how they work, ask questions and provide instant feedback.
  • Breaking Barriers
    Sunday, August 4
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    A family-owned business turns whiskey barrels into beautiful pieces of furniture. Cordell Cordaro's style has been compared to Toulouse Letrec. Every fall in Columbus, Ohio, dozens of artists and performance venues open up their studios for one epic weekend tour. Fiber artists are often on the fringe of the art scene perhaps not always getting the respect they deserve. Dayton artist Jackie Wetherly is trying to change that one silk dye at a time.
  • Breaking Barriers
    Saturday, August 3
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A family-owned business turns whiskey barrels into beautiful pieces of furniture. Cordell Cordaro's style has been compared to Toulouse Letrec. Every fall in Columbus, Ohio, dozens of artists and performance venues open up their studios for one epic weekend tour. Fiber artists are often on the fringe of the art scene perhaps not always getting the respect they deserve. Dayton artist Jackie Wetherly is trying to change that one silk dye at a time.
  • Breaking Barriers
    Tuesday, July 30
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A family-owned business turns whiskey barrels into beautiful pieces of furniture. Cordell Cordaro's style has been compared to Toulouse Letrec. Every fall in Columbus, Ohio, dozens of artists and performance venues open up their studios for one epic weekend tour. Fiber artists are often on the fringe of the art scene perhaps not always getting the respect they deserve. Dayton artist Jackie Wetherly is trying to change that one silk dye at a time.
  • Breaking Barriers
    Sunday, July 28
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A family-owned business turns whiskey barrels into beautiful pieces of furniture. Cordell Cordaro's style has been compared to Toulouse Letrec. Every fall in Columbus, Ohio, dozens of artists and performance venues open up their studios for one epic weekend tour. Fiber artists are often on the fringe of the art scene perhaps not always getting the respect they deserve. Dayton artist Jackie Wetherly is trying to change that one silk dye at a time.
  • Unique Ideas
    Sunday, July 28
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artists transform payphones into interactive neighborhood time capsules. Emily Bartelt of Norfolk explores aspects of daily life through glass. A couple of actors and playwrights in Cleveland, Ohio have been hard at work on their latest creation. Jeff Sonksen is a carpenter by trade but an artist that loves to beautify his community.
  • Unique Ideas
    Saturday, July 27
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artists transform payphones into interactive neighborhood time capsules. Emily Bartelt of Norfolk explores aspects of daily life through glass. A couple of actors and playwrights in Cleveland, Ohio have been hard at work on their latest creation. Jeff Sonksen is a carpenter by trade but an artist that loves to beautify his community.
  • Unique Ideas
    Tuesday, July 23
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artists transform payphones into interactive neighborhood time capsules. Emily Bartelt of Norfolk explores aspects of daily life through glass. A couple of actors and playwrights in Cleveland, Ohio have been hard at work on their latest creation. Jeff Sonksen is a carpenter by trade but an artist that loves to beautify his community.
  • Unique Ideas
    Sunday, July 21
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artists transform payphones into interactive neighborhood time capsules. Emily Bartelt of Norfolk explores aspects of daily life through glass. A couple of actors and playwrights in Cleveland, Ohio have been hard at work on their latest creation. Jeff Sonksen is a carpenter by trade but an artist that loves to beautify his community.
  • Free to Create
    Sunday, July 21
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    With a career spanning 52 years and accolades that include 22 Grammys, Jazz legend Chick Corea offers insight into his creative process, his career and his life in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Waukesha Art Crawl features arts and entertainment on display in over 20 galleries with original works by over 100 artists. Butterflies, dinosaurs, flowers, oh my! Meet a couple of friends from Reno, Nevada, who fell in love with the world of balloon animals and learn how they honed the skills that delight all ages. A US veteran combats his PTSD by using his welding talents to create wonderful metal art sculptures as his therapy.
  • Free to Create
    Saturday, July 20
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    With a career spanning 52 years and accolades that include 22 Grammys, Jazz legend Chick Corea offers insight into his creative process, his career and his life in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Waukesha Art Crawl features arts and entertainment on display in over 20 galleries with original works by over 100 artists. Butterflies, dinosaurs, flowers, oh my! Meet a couple of friends from Reno, Nevada, who fell in love with the world of balloon animals and learn how they honed the skills that delight all ages. A US veteran combats his PTSD by using his welding talents to create wonderful metal art sculptures as his therapy.
  • Free to Create
    Tuesday, July 16
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    With a career spanning 52 years and accolades that include 22 Grammys, Jazz legend Chick Corea offers insight into his creative process, his career and his life in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Waukesha Art Crawl features arts and entertainment on display in over 20 galleries with original works by over 100 artists. Butterflies, dinosaurs, flowers, oh my! Meet a couple of friends from Reno, Nevada, who fell in love with the world of balloon animals and learn how they honed the skills that delight all ages. A US veteran combats his PTSD by using his welding talents to create wonderful metal art sculptures as his therapy.
  • Free to Create
    Sunday, July 14
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    With a career spanning 52 years and accolades that include 22 Grammys, Jazz legend Chick Corea offers insight into his creative process, his career and his life in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Waukesha Art Crawl features arts and entertainment on display in over 20 galleries with original works by over 100 artists. Butterflies, dinosaurs, flowers, oh my! Meet a couple of friends from Reno, Nevada, who fell in love with the world of balloon animals and learn how they honed the skills that delight all ages. A US veteran combats his PTSD by using his welding talents to create wonderful metal art sculptures as his therapy.
  • Creative Landscapes
    Sunday, July 14
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Even in his own time the Renaissance painter Botticelli was a superstar. The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi in Ghent, NY, presents the works of internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists, spread over a sprawling natural landscape. Arin Peywa gives a Zuni language lesson. This short segment profiles Lafayette Gilchrist, an American jazz pianist and composer living in Baltimore, MD.
  • Creative Landscapes
    Saturday, July 13
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Even in his own time the Renaissance painter Botticelli was a superstar. The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi in Ghent, NY, presents the works of internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists, spread over a sprawling natural landscape. Arin Peywa gives a Zuni language lesson. This short segment profiles Lafayette Gilchrist, an American jazz pianist and composer living in Baltimore, MD.
  • Creative Landscapes
    Tuesday, July 9
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Even in his own time the Renaissance painter Botticelli was a superstar. The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi in Ghent, NY, presents the works of internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists, spread over a sprawling natural landscape. Arin Peywa gives a Zuni language lesson. This short segment profiles Lafayette Gilchrist, an American jazz pianist and composer living in Baltimore, MD.
  • Creative Landscapes
    Sunday, July 7
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Even in his own time the Renaissance painter Botticelli was a superstar. The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi in Ghent, NY, presents the works of internationally recognized contemporary and modern artists, spread over a sprawling natural landscape. Arin Peywa gives a Zuni language lesson. This short segment profiles Lafayette Gilchrist, an American jazz pianist and composer living in Baltimore, MD.
  • Helping Hands
    Sunday, July 7
    1:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The profile introduces us to Amy Sherald, an award-winning portrait painter who shot to international fame when she won the commission to paint the portrait of Former First Lady, Michelle Obama. A day-habilitation program for people with disabilities in Rochester, NY that focuses on the arts. Carl Goines is a skilled craftsman and figurative sculptor who also is the creative director for 555 Arts, an arts organization that is renovating an art space on the Eastside of Detroit. From filmmaker Tommy Shimanek a look at Abel Alejandre who learned early the importance of allowing himself creative freedom and personal perspective he shares his thoughts with young artists attending Fullerton College.
  • Helping Hands
    Saturday, July 6
    5:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The profile introduces us to Amy Sherald, an award-winning portrait painter who shot to international fame when she won the commission to paint the portrait of Former First Lady, Michelle Obama. A day-habilitation program for people with disabilities in Rochester, NY that focuses on the arts. Carl Goines is a skilled craftsman and figurative sculptor who also is the creative director for 555 Arts, an arts organization that is renovating an art space on the Eastside of Detroit. From filmmaker Tommy Shimanek a look at Abel Alejandre who learned early the importance of allowing himself creative freedom and personal perspective he shares his thoughts with young artists attending Fullerton College.
  • Helping Hands
    Tuesday, July 2
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The profile introduces us to Amy Sherald, an award-winning portrait painter who shot to international fame when she won the commission to paint the portrait of Former First Lady, Michelle Obama. A day-habilitation program for people with disabilities in Rochester, NY that focuses on the arts. Carl Goines is a skilled craftsman and figurative sculptor who also is the creative director for 555 Arts, an arts organization that is renovating an art space on the Eastside of Detroit. From filmmaker Tommy Shimanek a look at Abel Alejandre who learned early the importance of allowing himself creative freedom and personal perspective he shares his thoughts with young artists attending Fullerton College.