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Continuity St. Louis00:05:43
Sandy Schulz has practiced the art of horsehair pottery for many years – a technique she first learned about in her travels to the southwest. After throwing and bisque-firing a raku clay pot, Sandy Schulz heats the pot back up and burns hair from a horse’s tail onto the pot. This ancient Navajo art form originally was used to celebrate the birth of a great horse but now Sandy often uses this art form to honor our beloved equine companions who have passed away.
The new episode of State of the Arts takes you behind the scenes at the National Blues Museum for an exclusive one on one interview with legendary musician Bobby Rush, examines how visual artists celebrate the Blues, gives you an inside look at the art of winemaking and parts the curtain on the choreography of Robert Moses...and more.
Bill Smith Artist/Inventor
Bill Smith studies the design of nature through art. Julie Tristan shows us how he does this using his background in biology, chemistry & diesel mechanics!
That Uppity Theatre Company is known for their bold productions that hope to instigate social change. Climate change is their latest endeavor.
Brock Seals: New Artist, Old Soul
Brock Seals is a St. Louis musician and visual artist who combines his painting with rap to create his artwork.
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Fugue: Local film written and directed by 15 year old director, Gabe Sheets
Go behind the scenes of upcoming short film, Fugue: the action-packed story of one man's frantic search for truth after he suffers sudden memory loss.