It's frights & delights on today's Midday Matters artcentric edition: Tag Art's Troy Ganser talking seasonal chills & Eileen Goltz sharing culinary capers! D.I.D.'s Tena Woenker is w/ us in the fund drive pitch chair today.
On today's edition, we're building on artcentricity: Discussing Sarah Blyth-Stephens Plaster Sculpture Installation at the Krull Gallery w/ Amy Griffin & Sarah by phone, then we focus on the Friends of the Parks of Allen County's symposium w/ Julie Donnell & lecturer Alexander Garvin.
On today's most mellifluous '1st Friday Edition': Steve Penhollow joins us for a preview of Heartland's 'Carmina Burana' production with Bob Nance & Karen Gibbons-Brown, and a rundown on the FW Phil's exciting fall features with J.L. Nave.
Today's Artcentric show is a Vintage Edition! We'll be discussing USF's Art Deco Fashion Exhibit w/ Don Orbon & Dr. Elizabeth Wolf, then Charlotte Weybright & Lindsy Patterson share the 'historic details' of West Central's 30th Home and Garden Tour.
On today's Artcentric Edition: A 'not quite last Saturday' look at D.I.D.'s weekend of excitement w/ Tena Woenker (get your appetites ready for a Taste of the Arts rundown!) and Drama! Drama! Drama! w/ Thom Hofrichter & Ranae Butler
Today’s 1st Friday Edition w/ the fortland’s Artcentric Ambassador, Steve Penhollow is focused on Huntington University’s Fandana Festival 2012, w/ Jeff Berggren & Nathan Hartman, and Sarah Aubrey’s take on the FWMoA’s Contemporary Realism Biennial.