KPBS/arts: Sykes Chapel, Laura Leigh Lanchantin, Grohmann Museum, Nicole Seaton
Airs Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. on KPBS TV
KPBS/arts is a weekly arts magazine show that features the best works from artists and performers around America as well as in San Diego. Hosted by BJ William Robinson.
The series airs Saturdays at 4:30 p.m on KPBS TV.
Visit the University of Tampa and you’ll discover the Sykes Chapel. Inside this new structure, you’ll see something massive…a grand 21st century pipe organ. Former Dean of the College Of Arts and Letters, Haig Mardirosian, gives viewers a tour.
With every brush stroke, Laura Leigh Lanchantin bonds with the Earth. She paints landscape portraits that capture the countryside of Tannersville, New York. Find out why the town’s residents are so supportive of Laura’s unique vision.
On the Milwaukee School Of Engineering campus, there’s the Grohmann Museum. Its entire theme is inspired by the idea of “Man At Work.” Take a look at an exhibition where artists collaborated to depict human productivity.
Air, heat, and gas – all natural elements that Nicole Seaton needs to create her colorful glass jewelry. based in Reno, Nevada, Seaton breaks down how she got her start in the world of glass art.
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Episodes will be available to stream on demand after each broadcast.