Arts America

Arts-America-Logo-FINAL-300x150.jpgPlease note Arts America is no longer in production. You can view the video archives below.

The half-hour magazine series represents an exciting collaboration among 30 PBS stations across the country, each sharing their best arts segments. This means St. Louis arts segments are seen throughout the United States.

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Arts America

Arts America | October 29, 2016

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Fabric art tells the architectural history of Detroit / Graffiti artists transform a run-down commercial district / A sculptor uses his art to examine universal questions / A profile of The Big Muddy Dance Company, based in Grand Center.

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Arts America | October 15, 2016

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Haitian artworks in Milwaukee / Train photographs using old-fashioned techniques / An architect's metal mobiles / The history of Grand Center arts district.

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Arts America | October 8, 2016

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Baton Rouge artist Mary Ann Caffery, Chesterfield Radiologist Dr. Brett Prywitch's digital art, "Phantasmagoria" theatrical circus, "Release the Fear" teaches cognitive behavioral skills.

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Arts America | October 1, 2016

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Sacramento painter Rufus Chalmers, Listing Room Festival, woodturner Devon Palmer, Gitana Productions one-act play about three refugee women in St. Louis.

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Arts America | September 24, 2016

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Jazz trombonist Charlie Halloran, Liberty Craftworks, New Mexico painter Dennis Larkins, Annie Rupani's chocolate creations.

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Arts America | September 10, 2016

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St. Louis sculptor Abraham Mohler, international sign-painters movement “Walldogs,” a temporary installation in Colorado: a rainbow-like prism projected onto the side of a barn.

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Arts America | August 20, 2016

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St. Louis Artists’ Guild 130th anniversary, artist Timothy Raines, American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, artist Fawzia Kahn.

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Arts America | August 13, 2016

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Russian icons at a museum in Clinton, Massachusetts, glassblowing shop at the Henry Ford Museum, St. Louis woodworker gives new life to recycled wood, the making of ballet shoes.

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