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Reviving discarded objects; a blues guitarist; an opera house; a lighthouse museum.
Music school for the visually-impaired; Americana museum; Alabaster carver; painter.
Debut at Carnegie Hall; video artist; Native American painter; local Nutcracker.
Opera underground; motorcycle photo show; a singular artist; updating the Nutcracker.
The Pollock-Krasner House; baroque in the Rockies; art and science merge; photo art.
LI’s Coltrane Home; photos of African traditions; Day of the Dead fests; welded dresses.
LI's Heckscher Museum; underground storytelling; healing by photography; a life in dance.
Artistic recycling; jazzy animation; The Plaza unveiled; the non-glamourous side of Vegas.
We step inside a music school for people who are blind and visually impaired.
We follow a world-renowned musician on his journey to Carnegie Hall.
A filmmaker out of LIU Post, gives us an overview of his film “My Friend John.”
A Long Island filmmaker describes the challenges she faced while documenting the manatee.
The Founder and Executive Director of the center gives an overview of SummerArts.
The Long Island sculptor creates Judaic art and has Tourette's.
The Stargate Theater Co. employs court-involved youth to create original theater pieces.
American Folk Art Museum's Anne Radice; nature is transformed into jewelry.
Featuring the Huntington Arts Council and more.
Featuring novelist Nelson DeMille, actor James Corden, director David Frankel and more.
LI graffiti artist Sonic, Broadway's "After Midnight," Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston.