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Applause is a weekly show highlighting Northeast Ohio’s vibrant arts and culture scene. From interviews with artists to special musical performances, the show spotlights creative people in our community and beyond.

Learn about the legacy of Oberlin artist Audra Skuodas.
Celebrate 25 years of GroundWorks Dance Theater with David Shimotakahara.
Meet an ice sculptor who creates with a chainsaw and listen for the Cleveland Chorale.
Episodes
There are big changes in store at the 37th Cleveland International Film Festival.
Derek Hess is one of the most sought-after poster artists in the world.
Artists have found the destruction of Pompeii an irresistible source of inspiration.
A chance for attendees to learn about other cultures and perspectives through the arts.
This year, GE reaches a milestone of 100 years of operating at Nela Park.
When you think of buying & selling books in Cleveland, you think of Richard Gildenmeister.
The play's director Corey Atkins and actor Jeff Grover set the stage for the production.
We travel to a town that discovered artistic treasures in the ground beneath their feet.
Boddie wasn't a musician; he never sang a note in his life, but he made lots of music.
An artist brings reading to roost at the Cleveland Public Library.
We journey to a world of eerie landscapes, odd characters, and unbelievable architecture.
Singer Lori Triplett’s story of why Cleveland turned out to be a 'Safe Place to Land'.
Extras
Inside a monastery in downtown Cleveland Mother Mary Thomas has been painting a mural.
The first stop on our creative eateries tour takes us to Chef Eric William’s Momocho.
Collectors have consulted Kovel's Antiques Price Guide for over half a century.
Artist Anthony Eterovich's paintings, not seen in decades, are once again in spotlight.
Six members of the Hruby family would perform with the Orchestra for more than 30 years.
Artist working with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History to bring dinosaurs to life.
We bring you highlights from this year's Anisfield-Wolf Book Award ceremony.
Opening this weekend at Playhouse Square is the Tony Award winning musical 'Fun Home.'
The documentary chronicles opening a school for girls in Afghanistan.
Artist Nathalie Miebach is stirring up a storm in the art world!
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