Virginia Overton Sculpture, Noves Històries, Tiny Out Loud Full Episode


>>ANNOUNCER: PRODUCTION OF “BROAD & HIGH” IS FUNDED IN PART BY THE GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL, SUPPORTING ARTS, ADVANCING CULTURE AND CONNECTING THE COMMUNITY TO CULTURAL EVENTS, ARTISTS, AND CLASSES AT COLUMBUSMAKESARTS.COM. AND BY THE OHIO ARTS COUNCIL, A STATE AGENCY THAT FUNDS AND SUPPORTS QUALITY ARTS EXPERIENCES. [email protected][email protected]!>>THIS TIME ON “BROAD & HIGH” — DEMOLITION DEBRIS PROVIDES INSPIRATION FOR A LOCAL SCULPTURE.>>I USE A LOT OF SALVAGED MATERIAL IN MY WORK SO THAT WAS A NATURAL INCLINATION.>>WE’LL STOP BY THE CURRENT EXHIBIT AT URBAN ARTS SPACE.>>THE JURORS SELECTED JUST OVER 60 WORKS BY 40 ARTISTS.>>AND A SPECIAL SCREENING OF A TINY FILM THAT’S MADE BIG WAVES THIS YEAR. THIS AND MORE, RIGHT NOW, ON “BROAD & HIGH.” [email protected][email protected]! WELCOME TO THE SEASON THREE FINALE OF “BROAD & HIGH.” I’M YOUR HOST KATE MANECKE. THE MAIN DOWNTOWN BRANCH OF THE COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY JUST GOT A MAJOR MAKEOVER AND IS GETTING READY TO RE-OPEN LATER THIS MONTH. PART OF THE WHOLE RE-DO INCLUDES A NEW OUTDOOR PLAZA THAT CONNECTS THE BUILDING TO TOPIARY PARK. THERE, YOU’LL FIND A NEW SCULPTURE CONSTRUCTED OF REMNANTS OF THE PAST. CHECK IT OUT. [email protected][email protected]!>>WE’RE STANDING IN THE ATRIUM OF MAIN LIBRARY WHICH HAS RECENTLY BEEN RENOVATED, AND WE’RE REALLY EXCITED TO INVITE THE PUBLIC TO COME SEE IF FOR THEMSELVES. WE’VE WRAPPED THE BUILDING IN GLASS. BEFORE WE HAD MARBLE. BUT WE’VE TAKEN OFF MOST OF THE MARBLE, REPLACED IT WITH GLASS. SO THAT YOU CAN SEE FROM GRANT AVENUE ALL THE WAY INTO THE PARK. YOU CAN SEE NORTH TO SOUTH AND AS YOU STAND HERE, YOU LOOK AROUND AND YOU CAN SEE ALL OVER THE BUILDING. COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN LIBRARY HAS A LONG HISTORY WITH ART. SO WE DID AN INVITATIONAL FOR A NUMBER OF ARTISTS TO COME AND PROVIDE SOME PROPOSALS OF WHAT THEY WOULD DO HERE. THE REASON WE CHOSE VIRGINIA IS OUTSIDE OF ALL THE OTHERS, SHE ZONED IN ON THIS BUILDING AND THE HISTORY AND LEGACY OF THIS BUILDING. SHE HAS A — AN AESTHETIC OF TAKING RECYCLED MATERIALS, USING ORGANIC MATERIALS. SO WHEN SHE SAW WE WERE TAKING THAT MARBLE OFF, SHE SAW HER OPPORTUNITY.>>I USE A LOT OF SALVAGED MATERIAL IN MY WORK. SO THAT WAS A NATURAL INCLINATION TO USE THE SALVAGED MATERIAL. BUT ALSO BECAUSE THE ORIGINAL BUILDING IN THE FRONT IS ALL FACED IN THIS TYPE OF MARBLE, THIS WAS SALVAGED OFF THE BACK OF THE BUILDING — THEN BRINGING THIS BACK IN, MAKING SOMETHING NEW OUT OF IT, WAS SORT OF MARRYING THE OLD AND NEW TOGETHER. [email protected][email protected]!>>SO THIS IS SOME OF THE SALVAGED MARBLE DIRECTLY FROM THE LIBRARY.>>WE’RE SAWING THEM INTO STRIPS AND PIECES THAT WE CAN FABRICATE INTO THE SIZES THAT SHE WANTS. SO WHAT YOU SAW OVER THERE AT THE WATER, IS WHAT WE CALL BULK CUTTING. AND THAT — HE WAS MAKING THAT PART — WHAT HE’S MAKING RIGHT NOW WERE THREE INCH STRIPS.>>THE SCULPTURE IS MADE OF FIVE DIFFERENT STACKS. THAT HAVE DIFFERENT FOOTPRINTS, RANGING FROM 16 INCHES TO 24 INCHES.>>VIRGINIA WANTED TWO SIDES OF THE STACKS TO BE SMOOTH, TWO SIDES TO BE ROCK PITCHED. ‘CAUSE WHEN SHE LOOKED AT THE ORIGINAL BROKEN PIECES, SHE REALLY LIKED HOW THEY LOOKED. IT’S QUITE LABOR INTENSIVE, AND IT’S ALL HANDWORK. WE USE A SAW TO CUT THE BULK PIECES OUT, TO OUR BULK SIZES WE NEED. BUT THEN TO GET THEM DOWN, IT’S ALL HAND WORK. [email protected][email protected]! ALTOGETHER THERE’S A LITTLE OVER 13,000 PIECES, AND ROUGHLY HALF OF THOSE HAD TO BE HAND SPLIT.>>THIS ONE’S IN — “IN PROCESS” NOW IT’S BEEN LAMINATED TOGETHER, MEANING IT’S BEEN GLUED TOGETHER. AND YOU CAN SEE THE FOUR DIFFERENT SIDES. AND THEN IT’S BEEN ON THE INSIDE, IT’S JUST BEEN SKIM COATED WITH CONCRETE, BECAUSE EACH PIECE WILL THEN BE FILLED WITH CONCRETE. SO ONE THING YOU HAVE TO KEEP IN MIND, WHEN YOU’RE MAKING A SCULPTURE FOR OUTDOORS IS THAT — ONE, IT CAN STAND UP TO WEATHER AND THE ELEMENTS, BUT ALSO THAT CAN STAND UP TO BE PEOPLE. SO WE’RE TRYING TO MAKE THESE REALLY STRONG. [email protected][email protected]!>>IT WILL BE FILLED WITH CONCRETE HERE, AND EACH FINISHED STACK, THAT’S SOMEWHERE BETWEEN YOU KNOW, SEVEN AND EIGHT AND HALF FEET TALL WILL ACTUALLY BE MADE UP OF FIVE OR SIX UNITS. SO THIS WOULD BE LIKE ONE UNIT AND THEN THERE WILL BE ANOTHER ONE AND THOSE ARE LAMINATED TOGETHER ON SITE.>>EACH PIECE SHOULD WEIGH SOMEWHERE AROUND 1,000 POUNDS. EACH INDIVIDUAL COLUMN WILL WEIGH, THEY HAVE FIVE TO SEVEN PIECES PER COLUMN. SO YOU CAN DO THE MATH ON THAT.>>SO ONE THING ABOUT MARBLE IS THAT IT’S SUPER POROUS AND SO ANY KIND OF STAIN OR ANYTHING THAT GETS INTO THE MATERIAL, USUALLY SORT OF BECOMES EMBEDDED IN IT, AND YOU CAN’T REALLY GET RID OF A LOT OF THAT. AND TO ME THAT’S PART OF THE HISTORY, THE BUILD UP OF THE MATERIAL, HAVING BEEN ON THE ORIGINAL BUILDING FOR SO LONG. AND SO I PERSONALLY LIKE THAT AS PART OF THE NEW INTERPRETATION OF THE MATERIAL. SO I TRY TO KEEP AS MUCH OF THAT AS POSSIBLE, RATHER THAN TRY TO SPRUCE IT UP TOO MUCH.>>TO BE IN ON SOMETHING LIKE THIS FROM THE WORD GO, AND TO WATCH IT RISE UP OUT OF A PILE OF JUNK — IT’S KIND OF NEAT. [email protected][email protected]!>>THE NEWLY RENOVATED LIBRARY OPENS TO THE PUBLIC ON JUNE 25TH WITH A WEEKEND OF ACTIVITIES THAT ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — INCLUDING A VISIT BY BESTSELLING AUTHOR DAVID BALDACCI! CHECK OUT THE LINEUP OF EVENTS AT COLUMBUSLIBRARY.ORG. [email protected][email protected]!>>THE LATEST EXHIBIT ON VIEW AT OSU’S URBAN ARTS SPACE FEATURES CONTEMPORARY WORK BY 40 OF OHIO’S LEADING ARTISTS — ALL MEMBERS OF THE OHIO ART LEAGUE, AN ARTIST COLLECTIVE THAT FORMED IN COLUMBUS MORE THAN 100 YEARS AGO. THE SHOW’S TITLE TAKES ITS NAME FROM A CATALAN PHRASE MEANING “NEW HISTORIES.” IT’S A NOD TO THE LEAGUE’S STORIED PAST — WHOSE MEMBERS HAVE INCLUDED ROY LICHTENSTEIN AND GEORGE BELLOWS. AS WELL AS TO ITS RECENT RE-EMERGENCE ON THE CENTRAL OHIO ARTS SCENE. [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>THIS IS AN EXCITING TIME, WE ARE INSTALLING OUR SPRING JURY EXHIBITION, NOVES HISTORIES. WHICH IS JURIED BY SOPHIE AND ROBERT BANKS. ROBERT IS A FILMMAKER IN CLEVELAND, EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKER. AND SOPHIE IS THE DIRECTOR OF CONCENTRA AND ARTIST RESIDENCY ABOUT A HALF HOUR WEST OF BARCELONA IN THE MOUNTAINS IN THE HEART OF CATALONIA. AND SOPHIE IS OFFERING OUR BEST IN SHOW AWARD, A RESIDENCY IN SPAIN. SO THIS INTERNATIONAL, INTERDISCIPLINARY RESIDENCY IS AN INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOR ARTISTS. WHEN YOU WALK INTO NOVES HISTORIES AND GET TO EXPERIENCE THIS EXHIBITION, YOU WILL SEE ARTWORK THAT RANGES FROM INSTALLATION, VIDEO, PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY, SCULPTURE, INTERACTIVE PIECES. IT’S A REALLY WIDE RANGE OF WORK, AND THESE ARTISTS ARE BOTH EMERGING AND ESTABLISHED.>>GROUP SHOWS ARE CHALLENGING FOR THAT REASON, I THINK THEY CAN BE SOME OF THE MOST REWARDING TOO, BECAUSE WHEN THOSE CONVERSATIONS DO HAPPEN, ACROSS PIECES, IT’S REALLY WONDERFUL. YOU LOOK AT A PIECE AND YOU HAVE THIS IMAGE ON YOUR BRAIN AND YOU START MOVING THROUGH THE SHOW, AND ALL OF A SUDDEN THAT IMAGE STARTS RESONATING AS YOU SEE ANOTHER WORK. I THINK THAT’S THE BEST POSSIBLE SCENARIO. YEAH. WE ALWAYS HOPE FOR THAT, OR WE WORK FOR THAT.>>IT STARTED AS THE BIRD OF THE WAR, THAT’S THE AFTERMATH AND SO IT’S VERY MUCH IN THE RUSSIAN FOLKLORE, I THINK IN WESTERN AS WELL. I TRY TO BE BOTH AN AGGRESSOR AND A VICTIM AT THE SAME TIME. THIS IS A SHE-CROW SHE GOES ON A SPIN TOP, SO SHE DOESN’T HAVE THE LEGS YET. SHE’S GOING TO HAVE THE CLAWS, AND SO YOU OFTEN KIND OF CAST THE PIECES IN SECTIONS AND THEN WELD THEM TOGETHER. I DON’T WANT THE WORK TO BE DIDACTIC, SO THEY’RE NOT NECESSARILY BAD CHARACTERS EVEN WHEN THEY’RE AT THEIR MOST AGGRESSIVE STATE. THERE’S ALWAYS KIND OF A SENSE BEING OPPRESSED AS WELL. AND SO, YES — I THINK THAT’S THE WAY TO TALK ABOUT IMPORTANT THINGS, WITHOUT BEING LITERAL. IT’S ALMOST LIKE IT’S AN ENTRANCE POINT FOR PEOPLE TO START EXPERIENCING THE WORK. WE HAD 156 ARTISTS APPLY FOR THIS EXHIBITION WITH ONE TO THREE PIECES. SO WE HAD OVER 450 PIECES OF WORK SUBMITTED. THE JURORS SELECTED JUST OVER 60 WORKS, BY 40 ARTISTS. IT WAS INCREDIBLY COMPETITIVE.>>THAT’S WHEN OUR TEAM STARTS THINKING ABOUT LAYOUT. HOW ALL THESE PIECES MIGHT FIT INTO THE SPACE, AND WHERE THEY WOULD BEST FIT IN TERMS OF CONVERSATIONS AMONG PIECES OR IF PIECES HAVE CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS, LIGHTING OR VIDEO WISE, BECAUSE THEY NEED TO BE DARK. [ CHIMES ]>>THIS WORK, LIKE EVEN JUST SAYING THAT, TO ME — LIKE WE COULD INCLUDE OR SAY WORK — THAT IS MAYBE MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE INTERACTING WITH EACH OTHER. AND SO THAT EXPERIENCE IS WHAT I’M CURIOUS ABOUT. [ CHIMES ] IN ORDER TO TUNE THEM, YOU CUT ONE CLOSE TO A TONE, AND THEN GRIND IT DOWN UNTIL IT WAS THE NOTE HIGHER THAN WHATEVER THE TUNER WAS SHOWING. SO AS CLOSE AS I COULD I HAVE THE C-MAJOR SCALE. EACH PERSON HAVING FOUR OF THOSE NOTES. IT’S NOT ALWAYS THE SAME MEDIUM, IT’S NOT ALWAYS IN a GALLERY OR ON THE STREETS, BUT IT’S KIND OF EVERYWHERE BECAUSE THAT’S MY EXPERIENCE WITH HAVING INTERACTIONS WITH PEOPLE. AND I THINK I AM ALWAYS JUST KIND OF NOTICING STRUCTURES THAT ARE BARRIERS, AND CURIOUS ABOUT HOW THEY MIGHT ALSO BE A POINT OF CONNECTION. IN OTHER WORDS, HOW DO THEY DISTINGUISH YOUR SPACE FROM MY SPACE OR YOU FROM ME. BUT ALSO PROVIDE LIKE THE EXACT POINT WHERE THOSE TWO WORLDS ARE ALLOWED TO OR ENCOURAGED TO MEET. [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>SO, OHIO ART LEAGUE IS A HISTORIC ORGANIZATION, 107 YEARS OLD. IT HAS THIS INCREDIBLE HISTORY. AND WE ARE EVOLVING AND MAKING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTIST AND CONNECTING WITH INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS THAT RESPOND TO OUR TIMES.>>TO BE ABLE TO COLLABORATE WITH SUCH A — REALLY IMPORTANT ORGANIZATION EVEN IN THE HISTORY OF THIS STATE AND HISTORY OF ART IN THIS STATE — IT’S VERY EXCITING, WHAT THE LEAGUE IS DOING AT THIS POINT AND HOW IT’S REALLY KIND OF REGROUPING MEMBERSHIP WISE.>>WE GIVE ARTIST A SPACE OUTSIDE OF THE COMMERCIAL REALM. WHERE WE ALLOW ARTIST TO EXPERIMENT. TO MAKE HONEST WORK. AND IF YOU GIVE ARTISTS THE SUPPORT THAT THEY NEED TO DO THAT — IT’S UNLIMITED WHAT CAN COME OUT OF THAT. [email protected][email protected]!>>NOVES HISTORIES WILL BE ON VIEW THROUGH JULY 9TH AT OSU’S URBAN ARTS SPACE DOWNTOWN. VISIT OAL.ORG TO LEARN MORE. [email protected][email protected]! TINY OUT LOUD IS A FILM WHERE SIZE MATTERS BUT NOT IN THE WAY YOU THINK. IT IS A SHORT DOCUMENTARY ABOUT COLUMBUS ARTIST STEPHANIE ROND’S STREET ART AND DOLLHOUSE ART GALLERY. IT’S FUN BUT EVOCATIVE EXPLORATION MAKES GENDER ROLES SMALLER AND THE ART WORLD’S ACCESSIBILITY LARGER. [ CARS DRIVING ] [ BIRDS CHIRPING ] [ BIRDS CHIRPING ] [email protected][email protected]!>>I HAVE TO ADMIT WHEN I FIRST STARTED SEEING IMAGES OF THE MINIATURE GALLERIES, I THOUGHT, IS THAT — IS THAT WHAT I THINK IT IS? IT — IT WAS JARRING. I THOUGHT, THAT CAN’T BE THAT SMALL. LIKE THAT CAN’T BE THAT SMALL, IS THAT REAL?>>WHEN I TELL PEOPLE ABOUT THIS, THEY’RE JUST LIKE, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? YOU KNOW THEY SEE THE PICTURES ONLINE AND THEY’RE LIKE, SO YOU’RE TELLING THAT’S ALL A DOLLHOUSE AND LIKE THE PAINTINGS THAT ARE IN THERE ARE ONLY LIKE THAT BIG? AND IT’S A TEENY TINY TABLE, AND THOSE ARE LIKE LITTLE FAKE ICECUBES? AND I AM LIKE, YEAH! THIS IS LIKE –>>OK, IT’S THIS MINI-THING. IT’S LIKE THESE MINI ARTWORKS, BUT I THINK WHAT’S INTERESTING ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTION THAT SHE’S MAKING IS, THAT PLAY IS IMPORTANT.>>IT’S FUNNY TO SAY THAT A SMALL GALLERY IS UNRESTRICTIVE AS COMPARED TO A REGULAR GALLERY.>>WHAT’S AWESOME ABOUT IT IS, IS IT’S A SAFE PLACE TO NOT BE SAFE. TO SHOW THINGS THAT YOU WOULDN’T NORMALLY SHOW ANYWHERE ELSE. [email protected][email protected]!>>IT’S CHANGING WHAT YOU SHOULD BE THINKING ABOUT WHEN YOU LOOK AT GALLERIES. IT’S NOT JUST THIS ONE FORMAL SPACE YOU GO AND SEE ART. YOU CAN SEE ART ANYWHERE. [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>I THINK ART CAN BE — JUST SEEN IN A DIFFERENT WAY NOW. WHO WOULD THINK ABOUT PUTTING ART IN A TINY LITTLE GALLERY? AND TO HAVE ITS OWN WEBSITE AND ITS OWN EXISTENCE, I THINK IS THE COOLEST PART ABOUT IT. AND YOU CAN ALWAYS LOOK AT IT WHENEVER YOU WANT. IF YOU’VE GOT THIS REALLY SWEET AND THOUGHTFULLY CRAFTED NARRATIVE WITH A FULL PHOTO GALLERY THAT JUST POPS UP ON YOUR FACEBOOK FEED, THERE’S REALLY NO WAY TO NOT GET ENGAGED IN IT. BECAUSE IN THE INTERNET A LOT OF PEOPLE NOW, ARE JUST RANDOMLY LOOKING AT STUFF AND THEY’RE FINDING THINGS AND THEY MIGHT NOT EVEN NECESSARILY BE INTERESTED IN ART. AND YOU KNOW, BE THE KIND OF PEOPLE THAT WOULD GO TO GALLERIES OR GO TO MUSEUMS. AND SO IT’S KIND OF SIMILAR TO STREET ART, WHERE YOU KNOW, EVERYBODY WALKS BY THE WORK. [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>BY PUTTING HER WORK OUT ONTO THE STREET, AND BY THEN WITH THE MINIATURE GALLERIES, BRINGING THE WORK BASICALLY INTO PEOPLES HOMES THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA, SHE BREAKS DOWN A LOT OF THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL BARRIERS THAT EXIST IN TERMS OF PEOPLE TRYING TO ENGAGE WITH ART.>>IT’S NOT HEAVY HANDED, IT’S NOT PREACHY. WHICH IS ALSO NICE, BECAUSE THERE’S A DIFFERENCE BEING ENGAGING AND BEING INSULTING OR ASSAULTING PEOPLE WHILE THEY’RE OUT DOING THEIR THING.>>IT’S SAYING SOMETHING TO ANYBODY WHO PASSES BY, EVEN IF THEY JUST GLIMPSE IT, THAT’S PART OF YOUR PSYCHE NOW, AND YOUR DAY. SEEING A PRINCESS WITH A BALL GOWN MADE OUT OF GIFS — WAS DOPE! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>SHE IS A FEMALE STREET ARTIST, THAT IS HAVING A CONVERSATION — A REALLY PUBLIC CONVERSATION IN A REALM WHERE FEMALES ARE NOT INCLUDED. YOU KNOW A LOT OF GENDER ROLES AND THINGS HAPPEN WHEN YOU ARE A CHILD SO SEEING IT EXPRESSED THROUGH A CHILD IN THE ART, IT’S NOT INTIMIDATING AND IT’S VERY POSITIVE. IT’S A VERY OPTIMISTIC SORT OF ART. BUT IT’S ALSO ASKING QUESTIONS. [email protected][email protected]!>>WHEN I THINK ABOUT WHAT STEPHANIE’S DOING AND INVITING MEN TO SORT OF GENDER BEND IF YOU WILL, IT SHOULDN’T EVEN HAVE TO BE THAT, BUT SOCIETY IS SO PRESSED WITH — OR WANTS TO CONTAIN GENDER IN A CERTAIN WAY AND GENDER PRACTICES IN CERTAIN WAY.>>IT’S A REALLY POWERFUL SUBJECT THAT SHE DEALS WITH IN TERMS OF GENDER ISSUES AND GENDER ROLES AND THE POWER AND WEAKNESSES THAT ARE ATTACHED TO THAT AND GETTING BEYOND THOSE. SO, YOU KNOW, THOSE ARE ISSUES THAT ARE GLOBAL. THEY’RE DEFINITELY NOT JUST LOCAL.>>OKAY, SO YOU’RE GONNA — IT’S ALMOST GONNA BE LIKE A POP UP BAND GALLERY.>>ABSOLUTELY.>>THE QUESTION YOU WERE ASKING, LIKE HOW DOES HER PUBLIC ART WORK WITH — WELL, THERE IT IS. YOU SET ME UP.>>THAT’S AWESOME. [ LAUGHTER ] [email protected][email protected]! [ LAUGHTER ] [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [ SEAGULLS CHIRPING ] [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [ CROWD NOISE ] [ OPERATIC SINGING ]>>OH MY GOD.>>SWEET.>>WOW! IT’S SO CUTE. NO, NO, NO, NO MORE. [ CROWD NOISE ]>>WE THOUGHT WE’D DO A GROUP SHOW TO GET MORE EXPOSURE FOR THE ARTISTS.>>EXACTLY. EXACTLY. I LOVE IT. THANK YOU. [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>I SEE A LOT OF PEOPLE EVEN OUTSIDE OF COLUMBUS LATCHING ONTO THE CONCEPT JUST AS QUICKLY AS I DID. I SAW IT, I THOUGHT “OH MY GOSH, THIS IS COOL. I WANT TO BE A PART OF IT.”>>IT JUST IT’S ACCESSIBLE. IT HAD THAT, YOU KNOW, IT’S NOT EGOTISTICAL, IT’S HUMBLED. IT’S LIKE YOU KNOW, I’M HERE BRINGING ART FOR EVERYBODY.>>OF COURSE THEY ALWAYS SAY OH, THERE’S THE ART GALLERY CROWD. THAT’S NOT MY CROWD. I DON’T GO GALLERIES.>>IT WAS SOMETHING LIKE THE S-DOT GALLERY. YOU COULD JUST GO TAKE A LOOK AND THERE’S NOBODY STOPPING YOU. OR YOU DON’T HAVE TO FEEL LIKE YOU NEED TO HAVE A STORY TO GO IN THERE AND EXPLAIN WHY YOU’RE THERE. [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]! [email protected][email protected]!>>>THAT’S OUR SHOW. YOU CAN WATCH ALL OF THESE STORIES AND MORE AT WOSU.ORG AND YOU CAN FIND US ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, AND INSTRAGRAM. WE’RE CLOSING THE SEASON WITH MUSIC BY UNDER SOCIAL. THEY’RE AN ALTERNATIVE ROCK BAND THAT HAILS FROM HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA. THANKS FOR WATCHING. WE’LL BE BACK WITH MORE GREAT STORIES NEXT SEASON ON “BROAD & HIGH.” [email protected]! AND I DON’T HAVE THE THINGS [email protected]! [email protected]! THEY’RE SO [email protected]! [email protected]! [email protected]! [email protected]! TIMES ARE [email protected]! [email protected]! AND I’M SIMPLY [email protected]!>>>THE PEOPLE WHO CREATE OUR CITY’S ART HAVE INCREDIBLE STORIES. THESE ARE CAPTIVATING TAILS OF CREATION AND INSPIRATION, OR SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES, OF PASSION AND PURPOSE. NO OTHER CITY HAS THIS COLLECTION OF PEOPLE OR TALENT AND THERE IS NO OTHER CITY THEY RATHER BE IN TO MAKE THEIR ART. COLUMBUS MAKES THE ART BUT THE ART MAKES COLUMBUS EXTRAORDINARY. VISIT COLUMBUSMAKESART.COM TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CITY’S ARTISTS AND EVENTS.>>Announcer: PRODUCTION OF “BROAD & HIGH” IS FUNDED IN PART BY THE GREATER COLUMBUS ARTS COUNCIL; SUPPORTING ARTS, ADVANCING CULTURE, AND CONNECTING THE COMMUNITY TO ARTISTS, EVENTS, AND CLASSES AT COLUMBUSMAKESART.COM. AND BY THE OHIO ARTS COUNCIL, A STATE AGENCY THAT FUNDS AND SUPPORTS QUALITY ARTS EXPERIENCES.

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