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Fall Season Preview

Season 17 Episode 1 | 28m 04s

We preview the fall seasons at local art institutions and changes to Cleveland's skyline.

Aired: 10/01/14
Extras
Literature inspires art with a special exhibit at the Massillon Museum.
Hear music inspired by an iconic image from the Cleveland Museum of Art's collection.
Go behind the scenes of the new Outside Circle Theater company in Lorain.
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.
"The Breakfast at the Bookstore" opens at Karamu House.
A mainstay in the local folk music scene reflects on a 50 year career.
History buffs gather in Canton to showcase their vast collections of political items.
Stained glass is Lynne Provance's passion; now she teaches it to others.
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A Geauga County guild keeps the craft of rug hooking alive.
Literature inspires art with a special exhibit at the Massillon Museum.
Hear music inspired by an iconic image from the Cleveland Museum of Art's collection.
Go behind the scenes of the new Outside Circle Theater company in Lorain.
We go under the blacklight for the annual DayGlo Show.
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.
"The Breakfast at the Bookstore" opens at Karamu House.
A mainstay in the local folk music scene reflects on a 50 year career.