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Artist Patrick Dougherty creates a bent-twig sculpture as part of Hermann Park Conservancy's Centennial Art Project, known as Art in the Park.
Arts InSight checks in on Houston Grand Opera as they mount the North American premiere of "The Passenger," an opera based on a 1959 radio play about the Holocaust.
Arts InSight's visits with the Houston Symphony's incoming music director designate Andrés Orozco-Estrada on his first conducting experiences in Vienna to his new role in Houston.
Arts InSight meets former NASA architect Garrett Finney, known for his work designing living spaces on the International Space Station, who is now designing campers with outer-space aesthetics and lunar-landing-like legs.
Arts InSight visits the world's largest quilt festival featuring over 1,500 quilts as well as classes and exhibitions from designers, dealers and quilters.
Arts InSight meets with local artisan Mark Bradford known for salvaging materials from local scrap yards to create moveable art which has earned him the nickname "ScrapDaddy" in the process. Initial broadcast date: November 7, 2013 (Episode #146)
Arts InSight meets with Blacksmith Dave Koenig in Magnolia, Texas who keeps traditional blacksmithing methods alive by forging metals the old fashion way - without the use of electricity - at his working "living history" farm known as Tudor Forge.
Arts InSight checks out the burgeoning contemporary Korean Art scene at the recent Houston Fine Art Fair at the George R. Brown Convention Center that's putting a new spin on traditional themes.
Arts InSight visits artist and entertainer Dan Dunn known for his improvisational speed painting techniques and performance art show, Paint Jam.
Arts InSight discovers the "Funnel Tunnel," a 180 foot long temporary civic art sculpture by Houston-based artist Patrick Renner made of steel and reclaimed wood that snakes down the Montrose Boulevard esplanade opposite Art League Houston (ALH). Commissioned by ALH, the sculpture reflects the creative people and businesses in the Montrose area, and is the first of its kind in Houston!
Arts InSight visits Houston's Third Ward where art is transforming the neighborhood. On Dowling Street, artists Robert Hodge and Philip Pyle created The Beauty Box by converting an open-air space into a replica of a living room allowing the public to connect with the community's rich past.
Rice University Shepherd School of Music professor and cellist Norman Fischer performs Bach's Cello Suite No. 6 in D Major (Allemande) at the James Turrell Skyspace on Rice University's campus.
Arts InSight explores the heritage and tradition of mural painting at Texas Southern University (TSU) which began in 1949 and now includes 123 murals by African American artists.
Arts InSight meets with Catastrophic Theatre's Tamarie Cooper. Her autobiographical musical extravaganzas have kept audiences laughing for over a decade. Her latest show, "Tamarie Cooper's Old as Hell," address mortality, the only way she knows how - by laughing at it!
Visit the land of Oz currently taking over the Hobby Center. Host Ernie Manouse sits down with the witches of"Wicked" - Jennifer DiNoia (Elphaba) and Hayley Podschun (Glinda) - and finds out how Houston compares to the Emerald City.