Pittsburgh Circus

Pittsburgh Circus

– Hello. My name is Zero, and welcome to the wonderful world of the Pittsburgh Circus culture. Do you want me to look at you or the camera? (intense music) – Would you call yourself the ringleader? – I don’t like that term. No, I had the term ringleader– I don’t like, I don’t wear […]

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Kanye West Portfolio, ca. 1995 | Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 2 | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | PBS

Kanye West Portfolio, ca. 1995 | Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 2 | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | PBS

GUEST: My husband is Kanye West’s first cousin. When Kanye’s mother passed away in 2007, my husband received them as part of the estate about a year after she passed. APPRAISER: So you brought in this collection of artwork that was all done by Kanye West. GUEST: Mm-hmm. APPRAISER: You brought with you, actually, quite […]

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1993 “Magic: The Gathering” Beta Cards | Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 1 | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | PBS

1993 “Magic: The Gathering” Beta Cards | Desert Botanical Garden, Hour 1 | ANTIQUES ROADSHOW | PBS

GUEST: I brought in Magic cards. My husband played Magic in the ’90s. APPRAISER: Okay. GUEST: And at the time, he made a concerted effort to get whole sets. He played with his friends, and played in tournaments. APPRAISER: Okay. GUEST: But then I think he wanted to have a complete set. APPRAISER: Yep. GUEST: […]

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Spark: Arts + Social Issues | KQED Arts

Spark: Arts + Social Issues | KQED Arts

Narrator: TONIGHT ON “SPARK,” ARTS AND SOCIAL ISSUES. BAY AREA ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS BREATHE NEW LIFE INTO SAN FRANCISCO’S NEGLECTED URBAN CORRIDOR. Cullinan: WHAT IF YOU WALKED TO WORK EVERY DAY? AND IT WAS FUN? I MEAN, WHY NOT? RIGHT? Narrator: WITH SPELLBINDING VIEWS FROM THE SKY, A BAY AREA PHOTOGRAPHER REVEALS MANKIND’S SCARS ON […]

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How art can soothe us during times of crisis

How art can soothe us during times of crisis

JUDY WOODRUFF: We thought we would to close tonight with a story of hope, how, in these trying times, people are creatively using the arts, like song, to come together, even in the face of social distancing. It is a reminder of the power of humanity even during hardship. Jeffrey Brown has our look, as […]

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A New Life for Old Paintings | Nebraska Stories | NET Nebraska

A New Life for Old Paintings | Nebraska Stories | NET Nebraska

ic) NARRATOR: Let’s start with the painting. It’s called “The First Homestead,” and that’s what it depicts. The artist is Gusto Strohm, who lived in Beatrice near the site of Daniel Freeman’s homestead claim. Painted in 1888, likely working off a photograph. KENNETH BE: It’s a very honest attempt to reproduce what we know of […]

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Common Ground 1107 Debbie Center Music & Photography AND Heidi Jeub’s Small But Noteworthy

Common Ground 1107 Debbie Center Music & Photography AND Heidi Jeub’s Small But Noteworthy

Lakeland PBS presents Common Ground brought to you by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund and the citizens of Minnesota. Production funding of Common Ground is made possible in part by First National Bank Bemidji, continuing their second century of service to the community, member FDIC. Welcome to Common Ground. I’m producer/director Scott Knudson. […]

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Austin City Limits Interview with Father John Misty

Austin City Limits Interview with Father John Misty

– [Interviewer] Josh, that was an awesome show. Thanks so much. – My pleasure. – [Interviewer] It’s not the first time you set foot in front of our cameras, but the first time under your name. – Yeah. – Or under Father John Misty. How did it feel? What was the experience like for you? […]

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Art Farm | Nebraska Stories | NET Nebraska

Art Farm | Nebraska Stories | NET Nebraska

music) (upbeat music) VOICEOVER: Coming up on Nebraska Stories, a farm where the crop is creativity, the ultimate gallery for Husker fans, a sculptor reveals his vision for a statue of Willa Cather, the chanting priests behind a chart-topping “Requiem,” and revisiting the early days of KMMJ Radio. (upbeat music) (soft tranquil music) (chimes tinkling) […]

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Her son’s expressive language disorder inspired this cutting-edge art exhibit

Her son’s expressive language disorder inspired this cutting-edge art exhibit

JUDY WOODRUFF: And now a museum exhibition created by designers and brain researchers that challenges our senses demonstrating how we all experience art differently. Jeffrey Brown reports from Dallas, as part of our ongoing arts and culture series, Canvas. JEFFREY BROWN: It’s a kind of playground inside an art museum, large room-sized works in which […]

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