Arts America Meets the Musical Group The 442s

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The Nine Network Arts Series Also Includes a Segment Featuring an Inside Look at Claymation Artist Seth Mittag 

St. Louis, MO — October 23, 2014 —The Nine Network’s weekly arts series Arts America explores the sounds of the St. Louis-based musical group The 442s. The 442s is comprised of two members of the St. Louis Symphony and two jazz musicians from the Erin Bode Group. Their fresh style of music combines jazz, classical, folk and rock. This segment will air as part of the show on November 1 at 3:30 p.m. on Nine PBS. (The show will be broadcast again on November 2 at 1:00 p.m.) 

In other Arts America segments, claymation artist Seth Mittag demonstrates his art’s painstakingly precise process; cameras go inside Ohio’s Strand Theatre, one of the oldest cinemas in the country; and Susan Tumarkin Goodman, senior curator emerita at the Jewish Museum, New York, and Bella Meyer, Marc Chagall’s granddaughter, talk about the exhibition Chagall: Love, War and Exile. 

Arts America is a weekly series showcasing arts stories from the Nine Network and PBS stations across the country. Nine’s St. Louis arts segments are also shown on PBS stations in 30 cities nationwide. Every episode spotlights local arts organizations. Arts America and all arts programming on the Nine Network are sponsored by PNC Bank. Arts America programs can be viewed atnineNet.org/ArtsAmerica. 

 

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