Showcases Japanese sister band featuring an unusual two-button accordion, animations by local young artists, world renowned photographer Roman Vishniac, and James Turrell's remarkable illusions with light.
Florida sculptor Don Mitchell turns his unruly imagination into giant whimsical designs, ceramicist Matthew Wilson plays with form vs. function, Elaine Turner, a rising fashion designer, and a young and offbeat saxophone sextet.
Exploring Graham Nash's lifelong passion for photography, an artist whose goal is to draw every building in New York City, the extravagant designer clothes of the 19th C fabulous rich, and the art of sparking creativity.
We explore contemporary Korean art and an Edgar Allan Poe "Terror" exhibit. Animator Tim Decker teaches students how action takes form, and we explore Kate Casanova's eccentric living art which includes mushrooms and crawling crabs.
Showcases the Gilded Age's extravagant style as memorialized in Downton Abbey, meet an award-winning graphic designer who pioneered graphics for the web & discover an international photographer, once with Hitler Youth, who documents the Holocaust.
We meet an artist who sculpts with live fire, visit collage designer of free-form books, discover a scultptor of Detroit's ruins, and visit a painter who explores Native American culture with modern technology – and skateboards.
Go behind-the-scenes for interviews with favorite characters from Downton Abbey and explore art inspired by Mt. Vesuvius. We meet a Texas blacksmith who's mastered ancient metalworking and discover pop art textile design of 1950s.
The aerial magic of Colorado's "Frequent Flyer Productions" Dance Troupe and a high end clothes designer in love with rare Kimono silk. A potter blends art and function and a light-hearted story about designer dog houses.
We meet Baltimore sculptor Jonathan Latiano, visit a photographer who seeks beauty in the brewery ruins of Milwaukee, an artist of paper collages, and an animator who storyboards for Hollywood with the latest digital technology.
Colorado Ballet's dance about Holocaust suffering and survival, mosaics artist Dixie Friend Gay's works adorn the airports, an offbeat artist caught in the enchantments of the sixties, and a precise and passionate papercutter.
Ray Maseman, an eccentric New Mexico printmaker, Baltimore photographer Lynne Parks, Dave Buker & the historians – a Columbus, Ohio indie band, and a magical "sleeping giant" who "breathes" musical notes.