Mixed Media

Mixed Media

Spotlights a variety of artistic media in Kentucky, from the visual arts to music to theater. A KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

All Past Episodes

Rock Garden String Band/Silas House/Helen LaFrance/Ed Hamilton/Russian Jazz Students

27:00 | #823 | TV-G

Music from the Rock Garden String Band and Russian exchange students at the University of Louisville, the translation of a Silas House short story to the stage, painter Helen LaFrance Orr, and sculptor Ed Hamilton. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Kentucky Wild Horse/Michael Johnathon/C. Rowdy/WoodSongs

27:00 | #822 | TV-G

Music by Kentucky Wild Horse and Lexington hip-hop artist C. Rowdy; radio host Michael Johnathon and his WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Bodeco/Jan Darnell/Barbara Stallard/Kabuki Makeup/Shayne Hull/Tim Krekel

26:30 | #821 | TV-G

Quilter Jan Darnell; painter, printmaker, and poet Barbara Stallard; the art of Kabuki makeup; painter Shayne Hull; and music by Louisville's Bodeco and Tim Krekel. A 2006 KET production. Guest host: Missy Johnston.

Hell's Half-Acre/Dionisio Ceballos/Tim Lewis/No Tools Loaned

27:30 | #820 | TV-G

Visual artist Dionisio Ceballos, who re-created Frida Kahlo's artwork for the film Frida; sculptor Tim Lewis; the "Louisville twang" of Hell's Half-Acre; and bluegrass band No Tools Loaned. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Bud Ellis/Dane Waters/Geraldine Woods/Black Diamond Choir/Soulgrass

26:30 | #819 | TV-G

Master woodcarver Bud Ellis; mixed-media artist Dane Waters; Geraldine Woods, arts coordinator for the Louisville Central Community Centers; and music by the University of Louisville's Black Diamond Choir and progressive bluegrass group Soulgrass. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

RiverBend Sculpture Biennial/Bob Douglas/Karen Scates/Tess Arkels/Walnut Street Blues Band

26:30 | #818 | TV-G

The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art's RiverBend Sculpture Biennial involves the community in public art. Painter and professor Bob Douglas works to restore murals he painted 30 years ago. And woodcarver Karen Scates shows her miniatures of birds, horses, wildlife, furniture, and stringed musical instruments. Musical guests: the Walnut Street Blues Band and singer/songwriter Tess Arkels with her band. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

42nd Street in Owensboro/Laquita Mitchell/Hart County Baskets/Wishing Chair/Steve Wogaman

26:30 | #817 | TV-G

A visit to Owensboro's RiverPark Center as a New York company rehearses the Broadway hit 42nd Street for its opening in Japan, a profile of soprano Laquita Mitchell, and white oak baskets in Hart County. Musical guests: Stamping Ground duo Wishing Chair and Steve Wogaman, a Louisville pianist who founded the nonprofit organization New Performing Arts to enrich the cultural experiences of Kentucky children. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Leeds Center/Victor Sweatt/Ron Thomas/Big Diggity/Baladna

26:30 | #816 | TV-G

The Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, Louisville artist Victor Sweatt, artist Ron Thomas, and music by Big Diggity and Baladna. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Brenda Wirth/Robert Head/Serpent Wisdom/Mary Ann Fisher

26:30 | #815 | TV-G

Landscape painters Brenda Wirth of Louisville and Robert Head of Murray, world-beat music by Louisville's Serpent Wisdom, and blues from the late Mary Ann Fisher. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Ironhorse Forge/Randy Hulsey/Bryon Holden/Paul Bennett/The Cumberlands

26:30 | #814 | TV-G

Ironhorse Forge in Lexington, where craftsmen fabricate fine furnishings and architectural details; Randy Hulsey, a frequent participant in Civil War reenactments who works to keep the artistry of 18th- and 19th-century tinsmiths alive; and Louisville metal sculptor Bryon Holden. Musical guests: bassist Paul Bennett and his 2nd Chance Band and the Cumberlands. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Louie Bickett/Daniel Goldman/Mary Ann Fisher/The Zarb Brothers

26:30 | #813 | TV-G

Profiles of Lexington conceptual artist Louie Bickett and rising young clarinet star Daniel Goldman, a Louisville native who recently returned home to perform as part of the Kentucky Center's Gheens Great Expectations concert series. Musical performances from the archives feature the late Mary Ann Fisher and Australians turned Bardstown residents Matt and Pauly Zarb. A 2006 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Erin Brady Worsham/Wyatt Gragg/Jim Mahanes/Fire the Saddle/Tenrec

26:30 | #812 | TV-G

Erin Brady Worsham and her computer-generated art, a visit to the studio of sculptor Wyatt Gragg, and psychologist and self-taught watercolorist Jim Mahanes. Musical guests: Louisville's Fire the Saddle and the Celtic-influenced Tenrec. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Alice Ann Noel/Brown-Forman Collection/Paul Fields/Big Maracas/Rob McNurlin

26:30 | #811 | TV-G

Painter and collage artist Alice Ann Noel, the incredible art collection inside the corporate offices of Brown-Forman in downtown Louisville, and sculptor Paul Fields. Musical guests: Central Kentucky's Big Maracas and Ashland singer/songwriter Rob McNurlin. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Wanda Johnson-Hall/Louise Calvin Exhibit/Bruce McElya/Janis Pruitt/Richard Goering

26:30 | #810 | TV-G

Poet Wanda Johnson-Hall, a retrospective exhibit of the work of Transylvania University art teacher Louise Calvin staged by former students, and photographs of the Grand Canyon by Bruce McElya of Simpsonville. Musical guests: Louisville bluegrass singer/songwriter Janis Pruitt and Fort Mitchell guitarist Richard Goering. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Pat Madden/Damon Farmer/Heritage Sculpture Project/Binian Tao and Leda Wu/Valley

26:30 | #809 | TV-G

Ice sculptor Pat Madden of Louisville, master sand sculptor Damon Farmer of Woodford County, and a Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project that brought students from Northern Kentucky high schools together with professional artists to create an abstract work of sculpture. Binian Tao and Leda Wu of Louisville perform traditional Chinese music and dance, and Louisville band Valley offers its post-folk musings. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Bill Helwig/Garry Bibbs/Blue Umbrellas/PrimeForm

26:30 | #808 | TV-G

Glass artist Bill Helwig of Newport and University of Kentucky art professor and sculptor Garry Bibbs. Musical guests: the Blue Umbrellas, a female rock band from Louisville, and PrimeForm, a jazz-fusion quartet from Lexington. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Laurien Berenson/Flame Run/John Mann/The Betweeners

26:30 | #807 | TV-G

Versailles author Laurien Berenson, who features dogs in her Melanie Travis mystery series; the Flame Run glass studio and gallery in Louisville; and music by two Louisville acts: singer/songwriter John Mann and the Betweeners. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Thompson Enameling/Wayne Ferguson/Ultratone/Denine LeBlanc

26:30 | #806 | TV-G

Glass enamel manufacturer Thompson Enameling of Bellevue and its 90-year-old founder, Woodrow Carpenter; ceramic artist and educator Wayne Ferguson; and music by alt-rockers Ultratone and classical pianist Denine LeBlanc. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Dobree Adams/Russell Dawson/Mike Frasca/Indian Classical Music/John Mann

26:30 | #805 | TV-G

Fiber artist/photographer Dobree Adams of Franklin County, stonemason Russell Dawson of Murray, and Mercer County potter Mike Frasca. Singer Rrucha Bapat and tabla player Vinayak Astekar perform classical Indian music, and Louisville singer-songwriter John Mann performs with his band. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Tom Myers/Bybee Pottery/Yaya Diallo/Ochion Jewell

26:30 | #804 | TV-G

Nature photographer Tom Myers, who turns his lens on bugs and other small things; Bybee Pottery and its fifth-generation owner, 76-year-old Walter Cornelison; and music by Yaya Diallo, a master drummer from Mali now living in Louisville, and saxophonist Ochion Jewell, also from Louisville. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Shirley Mason/Mary Craik/The Betweeners/A.M. Sunday

26:30 | #803 | TV-G

The paintings of Lexington's Shirley Mason, known to the world as psychiatric patient "Sybil"; 80-year-old fiber artist Mary Craik from Louisville; and music by Louisville bands the Betweeners and A.M. Sunday. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Rachel Savané/Robert Morgan/Richard Goering/Valley

26:30 | #802 | TV-G

In Lexington, jeweler Rachel Savané works with Kentucky agate, and visual artist Robert Morgan assembles found objects into autobiographical sculptures. Musical guests: Fort Mitchell guitarist Richard Goering and Louisville's Valley. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Derrick Riley/Suzanne Mitchell Photos/AM Sunday/Rob McNurlin

26:30 | #801 | TV-G

Lexington artist Derrick Riley, whose woodcut prints use pop-culture references to comment on society; an exhibition of photographs by Suzanne Mitchell and a former student, Carolyn Courtney; and music performances by Louisville's AM Sunday and Ashland's Rob McNurlin. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Laquita Mitchell/Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project/Stego

26:30 | #741 | TV-G

The final installment of "The Future of Classical Music" profiles soprano Laquita Mitchell. In Covington, the Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project sponsored by the Behringer-Crawford Museum brings students from Northern Kentucky high schools together with professional artists to create an abstract work of sculpture. Musical guest: Lexington power pop trio Stego. (Includes segments from Program 729, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Daniel Goldman/Stu Pollard/Adrianne Archie

26:30 | #740 | TV-G

Part 2 of a three-part series on "The Future of Classical Music" features clarinetist Daniel Goldman, who recently performed in Louisville as part of the Gheens Great Expectations concert series. Filmmaker Stu Pollard talks about his second feature, Keep Your Distance. And Louisville's Adrianne Archie performs contemporary gospel. (Includes segments from Program 728, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Governor's School for the Arts/Bob Morgan

29:13 | #739 | TV-G

Heather Weston Bell, executive director of the Governor's School for the Arts (GSA); an instrumental music performance by GSA students; and Lexington visual artist Bob Morgan. (Includes segments from Program 726, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Elsie Kay Harris/Lexington Explorium/Indian Classical Music

29:00 | #738 | TV-G

Elsie Kay Harris, a contemporary landscape artist from Lexington; the fun educational exhibits at Lexington's Explorium (formerly known as the Children's Museum); and Indian classical music performed by singer Rrucha Bapat and tabla player Vinayak Astekar. (Includes segments from Program 724, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Ronald and Jessie Cooper/Leeds Center/Janis Pruitt

27:51 | #737 | TV-G

Husband-and-wife folk artists Ronald and Jessie Cooper of Fleming County, the Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, and music by Louisville bluegrass singer/songwriter Janis Pruitt. (Includes segments from Program 723, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Victor Sweatt/Mellwood Art Center/fattlabb

28:59 | #736 | TV-G

Louisville artist Victor Sweatt works in various media, and "funk-nasty" band fattlabb rewrites the rules of jazz. Though still under construction, the Mellwood Art Center in Louisville already has many artists working in its studios—which will eventually total more than 200,000 square feet and provide a home for Bunbury Theatre. (Includes segments from Program 721, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Loudoun House/LexArts/Denine LeBlanc

26:30 | #735 | TV-G

Artists Kurt Gohde, Michael Goodlett, Kazuko Matsumoto, and Zoé Strecker transform the halls (and walls, floors, and ceilings) of the Lexington Art League's Loudoun House in an installation project called "Immersions: Informing the Present Moment." Also, an overview of Lexington's LexArts Weekend and classical music by Kentucky-based composers from pianist and instructor Denine LeBlanc. (Includes segments from Program 720, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Kentucky Crafted/Flame Run/Richard Goering

26:30 | #734 | TV-G

A preview of Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2005, a visit to the Flame Run glass studio and gallery in Louisville, and music by Fort Mitchell guitarist Richard Goering. (Includes segments from Program 719, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

LaVon Williams/U of L African American Theatre/Recovery Art/Big Maracas

26:30 | #733 | TV-G

Sculptor and painter LaVon Williams, whose "urban folk art" is inspired by African-American history and culture; Dr. Lundeana Thomas, director of the University of Louisville's African American Theatre program; the "Recovering Is a Beautiful Thing" exhibit at the Louisville Free Public Library; and the upbeat Latin sounds of Central Kentucky's Big Maracas. (Includes segments from Program 718, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Clest Lanier/W.T. Stinson/Rob McNurlin

26:30 | #732 | TV-G

Clest Lanier, director of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage; Russellville visual artist W.T. Stinson; and music by Ashland singer/songwriter Rob McNurlin. (Includes segments from Program 717, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Elliot Greenebaum/Damon Farmer/PrimeForm

26:30 | #731 | TV-G

Host Mel Fisher speaks with Kentucky filmmaker Elliot Greenebaum and previews clips of his award-winning film Assisted Living. Also, master sand sculptor Damon Farmer of Woodford County and music by PrimeForm, a jazz-fusion quartet from Lexington. (Includes segments from Program 716, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production.

Wayne Ferguson/Jeral Tidwell/Binian Tao and Leda Wu

26:30 | #730 | TV-G

Potter Wayne Ferguson and visual artist Jeral Tidwell, both from Louisville; traditional Chinese music and dance performed by Binian Tao, who plays a gu zheng (Chinese table harp), and dancer Leda Wu, also from Louisville. (Includes segments from Program 715, with an updated arts calendar.) A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Laquita Mitchell/Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project/Stego

26:30 | #729 | TV-G

The final installment of "The Future of Classical Music" profiles soprano Laquita Mitchell. In Covington, the Kentucky Heritage Sculpture Project sponsored by the Behringer-Crawford Museum brings students from Northern Kentucky high schools together with professional artists to create an abstract work of sculpture. Musical guest: Lexington power pop trio Stego. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Daniel Goldman/Stu Pollard/Adrianne Archie

26:30 | #728 | TV-G

Part 2 of a three-part series on "The Future of Classical Music" features clarinetist Daniel Goldman, who recently performed in Louisville as part of the Gheens Great Expectations concert series. Filmmaker Stu Pollard talks about his second feature, Keep Your Distance. And Louisville's Adrianne Archie performs contemporary gospel. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Woodford County Theatrical Arts Association/Euntaek Kim

26:30 | #727 | TV-G

In Versailles, Artistic Director Beth Kirchner outlines plans for the Woodford County Theatrical Arts Association. In Louisville, 17-year-old piano prodigy Euntaek Kim performs Schubert's "Trout" Quintet with members of the Louisville Youth Orchestra and prepares for a full classical concert with the Louisville Youth Choir, the New Albany High School A Cappella Singers, and the Louisville Youth Orchestra. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Governor's School for the Arts/Bob Morgan

26:30 | #726 | TV-G

Heather Weston Bell, executive director of the Governor's School for the Arts; an instrumental music performance by GSA students; and Lexington visual artist Bob Morgan. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Sena Jeter Naslund/Appalachian Media Institute/Paul K and the Weathermen

26:30 | #725 | TV-G

New Kentucky Poet Laureate Sena Jeter Naslund reads from her works, and young people in Eastern Kentucky learn to use video cameras and audio equipment to document the traditions and issues of their mountain communities at Appalshop's Appalachian Media Institute. Musical guests: Louisville stalwarts Paul K and the Weathermen. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Elsie Kay Harris/Lexington Explorium/Indian Classical Music

26:30 | #724 | TV-G

Elsie Kay Harris, a contemporary landscape artist from Lexington; the fun educational exhibits at Lexington's Explorium (formerly known as the Children's Museum); and Indian classical music performed by singer Rrucha Bapat and tabla player Vinayak Astekar. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Ronald and Jessie Cooper/Leeds Center/Janis Pruitt

26:30 | #723 | TV-G

Husband-and-wife folk artists Ronald and Jessie Cooper of Fleming County, the Leeds Center for the Arts in Winchester, and music by Louisville bluegrass singer/songwriter Janis Pruitt. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Jazz and the Spoken Word/Kentucky Storytelling Association/Bob Sloan

26:30 | #722 | TV-G

Writers Dianne Aprile and Amelia Blossom Pegram introduce the monthly Jazz and the Spoken Word showcase at Louisville's Jazz Factory. Cynthia Changaris, a founder of the new Kentucky Storytelling Association, talks about the art of storytelling. And Morehead writer Bob Sloan reads from his work while accompanied by a fiddle and banjo. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher. (Includes segments from Program 708, with an updated arts calendar.)

Victor Sweatt/Mellwood Art Center/fattlabb

26:30 | #721 | TV-G

Louisville artist Victor Sweatt works in various media, and "funk-nasty" band fattlabb rewrites the rules of jazz. Though still under construction, the Mellwood Art Center in Louisville already has many artists working in its studios—which will eventually total more than 200,000 square feet and provide a home for Bunbury Theatre. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Loudoun House/LexArts/Denine LeBlanc

26:30 | #720 | TV-G

Artists Kurt Gohde, Michael Goodlett, Kazuko Matsumoto, and Zoé Strecker transform the halls (and walls, floors, and ceilings) of the Lexington Art League's Loudoun House in an installation project called "Immersions: Informing the Present Moment." Also, an overview of Lexington's LexArts Weekend and classical music by Kentucky-based composers from pianist and instructor Denine LeBlanc. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Kentucky Crafted/Flame Run/Richard Goering

26:30 | #719 | TV-G

A preview of Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2005, a visit to the Flame Run glass studio and gallery in Louisville, and music by Fort Mitchell guitarist Richard Goering. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

LaVon Williams/U of L African American Theatre/Recovery Art/Big Maracas

26:30 | #718 | TV-G

Sculptor and painter LaVon Williams, whose "urban folk art" is inspired by African-American history and culture; Dr. Lundeana Thomas, director of the University of Louisville's African American Theatre program; the "Recovering Is a Beautiful Thing" exhibit at the Louisville Free Public Library; and the upbeat Latin sounds of Central Kentucky's Big Maracas. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Clest Lanier/W.T. Stinson/Rob McNurlin

26:30 | #717 | TV-G

Clest Lanier, director of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage; Russellville visual artist W.T. Stinson; and music by Ashland singer/songwriter Rob McNurlin. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Elliot Greenebaum/Damon Farmer/PrimeForm

26:30 | #716 | TV-G

Host Mel Fisher speaks with Kentucky filmmaker Elliot Greenebaum and previews clips of his award-winning film Assisted Living. Also, master sand sculptor Damon Farmer of Woodford County and music by PrimeForm, a jazz-fusion quartet from Lexington. A 2005 KET production.

Wayne Ferguson/Jeral Tidwell/Binian Tao and Leda Wu

26:30 | #715 | TV-G

Potter Wayne Ferguson and visual artist Jeral Tidwell, both from Louisville; traditional Chinese music and dance performed by Binian Tao, who plays a gu zheng (Chinese table harp), and dancer Leda Wu, also from Louisville. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Brenda Wirth/1000 Families/Baladna

26:30 | #714 | TV-G

Painter Brenda Wirth prepares an exhibit for the Zephyr Gallery in Louisville, and the Speed Art Museum's 1000 Families exhibit features near-life-size portraits of families that capture the traditions and social conditions of more than 130 countries. Musical guests: Louisville's Hussam Al-Aydi and the Baladna ensemble. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher. (Includes segments from Program 702, with an updated arts calendar.)

The Best of Mixed Media 16

26:30 | #713 | TV-G

A collection of highlights from past programs, including profiles of Murray painter Robert Head and Lexington stained-glass artist Dan Barnes, plus musical performances by Fire the Saddle, bassist Paul Bennett and his 2nd Chance Band, and jazz students from the University of Louisville and Russia. A 2005 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Bybee Pottery/Tim Lewis/Valley

26:30 | #712 | TV-G

Bybee Pottery and its 5th-generation owner, 75-year-old Walter Cornelison; sculptor Tim Lewis; and the post-folk musings of Louisville-based Valley. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Becky Collings/Holiday Creations/Coterie

26:30 | #711 | TV-G

Mel Fisher hosts a special Christmas edition featuring Becky Collings' holiday-themed dolls, home decorations by Louisville-area designers, and music by Louisville's Coterie. A 2004 KET production. (Includes segments from Program 613, with an updated arts calendar.)

Derrick Riley/Nancy Bronner/Bluegrass 101

26:30 | #710 | TV-G

Lexington artist Derrick Riley, whose woodcut prints use pop-culture references to comment on society; Nancy Bronner, editor of Arts Across Kentucky magazine; and music by Bardstown band Bluegrass 101. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Russell Dawson/42nd Street in Owensboro/Big Diggity

26:30 | #709 | TV-G

Stonemason Russell Dawson of Murray, a visit to Owensboro's RiverPark Center as a New York company rehearses the Broadway hit 42nd Street for its opening in Japan, and music by Louisville "neo-soul collective" the Big Diggity. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher. (Includes segments from Program 701, with an updated arts calendar.)

Jazz and the Spoken Word/Kentucky Storytelling Association/Bob Sloan

26:30 | #708 | TV-G

Writers Dianne Aprile and Amelia Blossom Pegram introduce the monthly Jazz and the Spoken Word showcase at Louisville's Jazz Factory. Cynthia Changaris, a founder of the new Kentucky Storytelling Association, talks about the art of storytelling. And Morehead writer Bob Sloan reads from his work while accompanied by a fiddle and banjo. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Fisher.

Dan Barnes/Minnie Adkins/Paul Bennett and the 2nd Chance Band

26:30 | #707 | TV-G

Stained-glass artist Dan Barnes of Lexington, folk artist Minnie Adkins of Elliott County, and the gospel-jazz sounds of bassist Paul Bennett and his 2nd Chance Band. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Sam Abell/Janice Mason Art Museum/Matt and Pauly Zarb

26:30 | #706 | TV-G

Documentary photographer Sam Abell, who has traveled the world shooting for National Geographic and other publications; the Janice Mason Art Museum, "the most creative destination in Cadiz"; and the eclectic music of Australians turned Bardstown residents Matt and Pauly Zarb. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Blacksmiths/Ironhorse Forge/Fire in the Saddle

26:30 | #705 | TV-G

Highlights of the 2004 Artist-Blacksmith's Association of North America conference, held on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University; a visit to Ironhorse Forge in Lexington, where craftsmen fabricate fine furnishings and architectural details; and the bluegrass/folk sounds of Louisville's Fire the Saddle. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Louisville Gallery Hop

27:52 | #704 | TV-G

A visit to downtown Louisville for the October Gallery Hop. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat and Rusty Cheuvront.

Robert Head/Arts Summit and Street Fair/Mike Tracy

26:30 | #703 | TV-G

Painter Robert Head, from Murray, talks about his travels in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and other parts of Alaska. Mike Tracy, director of jazz studies at the University of Louisville, performs with his students, and host Mel Rexroat introduces a visit to the Louisville Arts Council's 2004 National Community Arts Summit & Street Fair. A 2004 KET production.

Brenda Wirth/1000 Families/Baladna

26:30 | #702 | TV-G

Painter Brenda Wirth prepares an exhibit for the Zephyr Gallery in Louisville, and the Speed Art Museum's 1000 Families exhibit features near-life-size portraits of families that capture the traditions and social conditions of more than 130 countries. Musical guests: Louisville's Hussam Al-Aydi and the Baladna ensemble. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Russell Dawson/42nd Street in Owensboro/Big Diggity

26:30 | #701 | TV-G

Stonemason Russell Dawson of Murray, a visit to Owensboro's RiverPark Center as a New York company rehearses the Broadway hit 42nd Street for its opening in Japan, and music by Louisville "neo-soul collective" the Big Diggity. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Lexington Ballet/Christy Zurkuhlen/Kentucky Wild Horse

26:30 | #642 | TV-G

Excerpts from Cabbage Moon, a children's ballet commissioned by the Lexington Ballet; Goshen painter Christy Zurkuhlen; traditional old-time, bluegrass, and swing music by Kentucky Wild Horse; and a look at the 2003 Governor's Awards in the Arts honorees. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 631, with an updated arts calendar.)

Bud Davis/Delaire Rowe Finley/Four Rivers Center/Music Theatre Louisville

26:30 | #641 | TV-G

Roy "Bud" Davis, who runs Bert & Bud's Vintage Coffins in Murray; the art of Bowling Green's Delaire Rowe Finley; a visit to Paducah's new Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center; and a preview of Music Theatre Louisville's summer season. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 630, with an updated arts calendar.)

Constance Alexander/Hell's Half Acre/Appalachian Family Folk Week

26:34 | #640 | TV-G

Constance Alexander, a New Jersey native who now lives and writes in Murray; the "Louisville twang"—a home-grown blend of country, pop, and rock—of Hell's 1/2 Acre; and a visit to Hindman's annual Appalachian Family Folk Week. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 629, with an updated arts calendar.)

Frazier Historical Arms Museum/Louisville Orchestra/The Cumberlands

26:30 | #639 | TV-G

A tour of Louisville's Frazier Historical Arms Museum as it prepares to open and music by the Cumberlands, an eclectic acoustic trio from Simpsonville. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 628, with an updated arts calendar.)

Aardvark Woodworks/Squallis Puppeteers/Bodeco

26:30 | #638 | TV-G

Aardvark Woodworks, a family-run shop in Beattyville that turns out hand-crafted wooden toys, toy chests, and children's furniture; the unique puppetry of Louisville's Squallis Puppeteers; and music by Louisville's Bodeco. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 627, with an updated arts calendar.)

Phil Clore/Joel Pett

26:30 | #637 | TV-G

Poetry readings and conversation with Louisville writer Phil Clore, Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Joel Pett of the Lexington Herald-Leader, and a look at the 25-year history of the Kentucky Women Writers Conference. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 626, with an updated arts calendar.)

Brown-Forman Collection/Stephanie Potter/West Louisville Boys Choir

26:30 | #636 | TV-G

The incredible art collection inside the corporate offices of Brown-Forman in downtown Louisville, Frankfort artist Stephanie Potter, and the West Louisville Boys Choir. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 624, with an updated arts calendar.)

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame/Bruce McElya/Heidi Howe

26:30 | #635 | TV-G

A look at the 2004 Kentucky Music Hall of Fame inductees, photographs of the Grand Canyon by Bruce McElya of Simpsonville, and the environmental folk music of Heidi Howe. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat. (Includes segments from Program 622, with an updated arts calendar.)

Actors Theatre of Louisville/Garry Bibbs/Junkyard Jane

26:30 | #634 | TV-G

Marc Masterson, artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, previews the 2004 Humana Festival of New American Plays. Also, University of Kentucky art professor and sculptor Garry Bibbs and the "swampabilly" sounds of Junkyard Jane. (Includes segments from Program 619, with an updated arts calendar.)

The Junkman/Wanda Johnson-Hall/Yaya Diallo

26:30 | #633 | TV-G

Percussionist Donald Knaack, who makes his "Junk Music" on things other people have thrown away; poet Wanda Johnson-Hall; and Yaya Diallo, a master drummer from Mali who now teaches at Bellarmine University in Louisville. (Includes segments from Program 618, with an updated arts calendar.)

Youth Performing Arts School/Barrett Cooper/Ultratone

26:30 | #632 | TV-G

J.C. Reedy, assistant principal at Louisville's Youth Performing Arts School, previews a production of The Outsiders, and Louisville actor Barrett Cooper discusses the art of historical interpretation. Musical guests: Louisville pop-rockers Ultratone. (Includes segments from Program 617, with an updated arts calendar.)

Lexington Ballet/Christy Zurkuhlen/Kentucky Wild Horse

26:30 | #631 | TV-G

The Lexington Ballet; artist Christy Zurkuhlen; and traditional old-time, bluegrass, and swing music by Kentucky Wild Horse. Plus, a look at the 2003 Governor's Awards in the Arts honorees.A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Bud Davis/Delaire Rowe Finley/Four Rivers Center/Music Theatre Louisville

26:30 | #630 | TV-G

Roy "Bud" Davis, who runs Bert & Bud's Vintage Coffins in Murray; the art of Bowling Green's Delaire Rowe Finley; a visit to Paducah's new Luther F. Carson Four Rivers Center; and a preview of Music Theatre Louisville's summer season. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Constance Alexander/Hell's Half Acre/Appalachian Family Folk Week

26:30 | #629 | TV-G

Meet Constance Alexander, a New Jersey native who now lives and writes in Murray; hear the "Louisville twang"—a home-grown blend of country, pop, and rock—of Hell's 1/2 Acre; and take a look at Hindman's annual Appalachian Family Folk Week. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Frazier Historical Arms Museum/Louisville Orchestra/The Cumberlands

26:30 | #628 | TV-G

A tour of Louisville's Frazier Historical Arms Museum as it prepares to open and music by the Cumberlands, an eclectic acoustic trio from Simpsonville. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Aardvark Woodworks/Squallis Puppeteers/Bodeco

26:30 | #627 | TV-G

Aardvark Woodworks, a family-run shop in Beattyville that turns out hand-crafted wooden toys, toy chests, and children's furniture; the unique puppetry of Louisville's Squallis Puppeteers; and music by Louisville's Bodeco. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Phil Clore/Joel Pett/Kentucky Women Writers Conference

26:30 | #626 | TV-G

Poetry readings and conversation with Louisville writer Phil Clore, Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Joel Pett of the Lexington Herald-Leader, and a look at the 25-year history of the Kentucky Women Writers Conference. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

The Best of Mixed Media 15

27:23 | #625 | TV-G

Some of the best moments from recent programs, including performances by AM Sunday, the Kentucky Opera, and John Mann, as well as features showcasing the work of artists Erika, Chris, and Zoé Strecker. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Brown-Forman Collection/Stephanie Potter/West Louisville Boys Choir

26:30 | #624 | TV-G

The incredible art collection inside the corporate offices of Brown-Forman in downtown Louisville, Frankfort artist Stephanie Potter, and the West Louisville Boys Choir. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Frazier Historical Arms Museum/Simply Oaxaca/The Blue Umbrellas

26:30 | #623 | TV-G

The second installment of a three-part look at Louisville's Frazier Historical Arms Museum; Simply Oaxaca, a Mexican arts and crafts store in Lexington; and music by the Blue Umbrellas, a female rock band from Louisville. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame/Bruce McElya/Heidi Howe

26:30 | #622 | TV-G

A look at the 2004 Kentucky Music Hall of Fame inductees, photographs of the Grand Canyon by Bruce McElya of Simpsonville, and the environmental folk music of Heidi Howe. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2004

26:30 | #621 | TV-G

On location at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center in Louisville, host Mel Rexroat spotlights a variety of talented artists at Kentucky Crafted: The Market. A 2004 KET production.

The Best of Mixed Media 14

26:30 | #620 | TV-G

Some of the best moments from recent programs, including performances by the Middle Men, Tess Arkels, and the Morehead State University Concert Percussion Ensemble; a look at the unique clock and pendulum inside the Lexington Public Library; and a profile of fiber artist/photographer Dobree Adams. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Actors Theatre of Louisville/Garry Bibbs/Junkyard Jane

26:30 | #619 | TV-G

Marc Masterson, artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, previews the 2004 Humana Festival of New American Plays. Also, University of Kentucky art professor and sculptor Garry Bibbs and the "swampabilly" sounds of Junkyard Jane. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

The Junkman/Wanda Johnson-Hall/Yaya Diallo

26:30 | #618 | TV-G

Percussionist Donald Knaack, who makes his "Junk Music" on things other people have thrown away; poet Wanda Johnson-Hall; and Yaya Diallo, a master drummer from Mali who now teaches at Bellarmine University in Louisville. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Youth Performing Arts School/Barrett Cooper/Ultratone

26:30 | #617 | TV-G

J.C. Reedy, assistant principal at Louisville's Youth Performing Arts School, previews a production of The Outsiders, and Louisville actor Barrett Cooper discusses the art of historical interpretation. Musical guests: Louisville pop-rockers Ultratone. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Jill Plaisted/Louise Calvin Tribute/The Betweeners

26:30 | #616 | TV-G

Lexington visual artist Jill Plaisted demonstrates a type of monotype printmaking using watercolor on Plexiglas; former students of Transylvania University arts teacher Louise Calvin exhibit a retrospective of her work; and Louisville-based acoustic group the Betweeners plays its mix of bluegrass, blues, swing, and soul. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Mike Frasca/Bill Luster/A.M. Sunday

26:30 | #615 | TV-G

Mike Frasca, a Mercer County potter who manipulates forms and glazes to make clay look like it's in motion; long-time Courier-Journal photographer Bill Luster and an exhibition of his work in his hometown of Glasgow; and music by Louisville's A.M. Sunday. A 2004 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Zoé Strecker/Philip Hultgren/Ochion Jewell Quartet

26:30 | #614 | TV-G

Zoé Strecker, an artist who uses a variety of media to construct her concept-driven sculptures; wood sculptor Philip Hultgren of Lexington; and music by Louisville's Ochion Jewell Quartet. A 2003 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Becky Collings/Holiday Creations/Coterie

26:30 | #613 | TV-G

A demonstration of dollmaking with artist/sculptor Becky Collings of Henderson; holiday creations by Louisville artisans; and music by Coterie, a 10-member vocal ensemble from Louisville. A 2003 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Chris Strecker/Frazier Historical Arms Museum/Rock Garden String Band

26:30 | #612 | TV-G

Chris Strecker, the matriarch of a family of artists, whose own work with clay is heavily influenced by nature; a pre-opening visit to Louisville's Frazier Historical Arms Museum; and music by the Rock Garden String Band. A 2003 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Erika Strecker/Dobree Adams/Kentucky Opera Young Artists

26:30 | #611 | TV-G

Blacksmith/sculptor Erika Strecker and fiber artist/photographer Dobree Adams demonstrate their art forms, and students from the Kentucky Opera's Young Artists' Program perform selections from Puccini's La Bohème. A 2003 KET production hosted by Mel Rexroat.

Wendell Berry/Rebecca Howell/John Mann

26:30 | #610 | TV-G

Author Wendell Berry reads from a collection of stories, That Distant Land, and poet Rebecca Howell reads from Of Course This Means I Won't Be Coming to Calcutta. New series host Mel Rexroat introduces Louisville singer/songwriter John Mann. A 2003 KET production.

The Best of Mixed Media 13

26:30 | #609 | TV-G

Some of the best moments from recent programs, including documentary segments on Louisville's blues heritage and Lexington painter Shirley Mason ("Sybil") and performances by Akordeonam and the Walnut Street Blues Band. A 2003 KET production.

Louisville Visual Art Association/Lexington Public Library Clock/Filson Historic

26:30 | #608 | TV-G

New Louisville Visual Art Association Executive Director Elizabeth George, the Lexington Public Library's remarkable ceiling clock and five-story Foucault pendulum, the Filson Historical Society's new exhibit space in downtown Louisville, and music by Stamping Ground duo Wishing Chair. A 2003 KET production hosted by Missy Johnston.

Nana Yaa Asantewaa/Bluegrass Volunteers/Xenia Pokrovsky/Tess Arkels

26:30 | #607 | TV-G

Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the director of the Louisville Arts Council; a couple who moved from California to Owensboro to teach bluegrass music to schoolchildren; Xenia Pokrovsky, a world-renowned Russian icon painter who came to Lexington to teach that dying art form to younger artists; and music by Tess Arkels and her band. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Percussion Convention/U of L Photographic Archives

26:30 | #606 | TV-G

Rick Mattingly previews the 2003 Percussive Arts Society International Convention, held in Louisville, and Frank Oddis leads the Morehead State University Percussion Ensemble in an in-studio performance. Photographer Guy Mendes tours the University of Louisville's photographic archives. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Halloween Special: Corn Island Storytellers/Walden Theatre/Dracula

26:30 | #605 | TV-G

A spooky Halloween story from Roberta Simpson Brown and a look at the activities of the Corn Island Storytellers, a sneak peek at a production of Arthur Miller's The Crucible at Louisville's Walden Theatre, scenes from Actors Theatre's Dracula, and a visit to the Baxter Avenue Morgue. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Great Gospel Shout Out/Broadway in Louisville/The Middle Men

26:40 | #604 | TV-G

Gospel groups competing for the four final spots in the Great Kentucky Gospel Shout Out, plus a look at the event with Director John Gage; a preview of the Kentucky Center's 2003/04 Broadway Series; and rock 'n' roll by Louisville's Middle Men. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Berea Road Show

26:30 | #603 | TV-G

On location at the Kentucky Artisan Center in Berea, host Chip Polston tours the new center and spotlights the Madison County town's significance to arts and crafts in Kentucky. Musical guest: acoustic duo Zoe Speaks. A 2003 KET production.

The Blues

56:30 | #602 | TV-G

A special hour-long edition celebrates blues music and its history in Kentucky and the region. Features include a conversation with Louisville public radio blues specialist Scott Mullins, who hosts WFPK's Saturday Night Blues Party; a portrait of Owen County musician Bill Livers; a look at Kentucky blues with historian and musician Pen Bogert and drummer Sonny Sitgraves; in-studio performances by the Walnut Street Blues Band and Lamont Gillispie and the One Hundred Proof Blues Band; and more. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Kentucky State Fair Art Competitions

26:30 | #601 | TV-G

A visit to Henderson's Ohio Valley Arts League to see works by photographer and painter Fred Reaves and still-life painter Chris Thomas; new paintings by Owensboro's Rhonda McEnroe; a variety of arts competitions from the 2003 Kentucky State Fair; and music by Akordeonam, a Louisville-based accordion sextet. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra/Celebration of Glass II/David Garrard

26:30 | #546 | TV-G

The Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra, Celebration of Glass exhibits at Glassworks and the Louisville Visual Art Association, and magician David Garrard. (Originally aired as Program 528.)

Dionisio Ceballos/Celebration of Glass I/TimbaSon

26:30 | #545 | TV-G

Visual artist Dionisio Ceballos, who re-created Frida Kahlo's artwork for the film Frida; contemporary glass art from around the world exhibited at the Speed Art Museum and the new Kentucky Museum of Art + Design; and music from Louisville's TimbaSon, an eight-piece band that plays everything from Afro-Cuban jazz to Latin dance music. (Originally aired as Program 527.)

John Zimmerman/Risa Yussman/Black Diamond Choir

26:30 | #544 | TV-G

Spotlights arts at the University of Louisville with John Zimmerman, ceramic artist in residence, and his exhibit Positive & Negative Biological Systems; Risa Yussman, designer of the 2003 Kentucky Derby poster; and music from members of the Black Diamond Choir, the university's internationally known gospel group. (Originally aired as Program 526.)

Youth in the Arts: Internships/New Performing Arts/Deborah Shannon

26:30 | #543 | TV-G

Spotlights youth in the arts with a look at internships at Actors Theatre of Louisville and the Speed Art Museum; music by Steve Wogaman, a Louisville pianist who founded a nonprofit organization called New Performing Arts to enrich the cultural experiences of Kentucky children; and independent producer Michael White's feature on the 2002 Governor's Awards in the Arts Education Award winner, Deborah Shannon of the Kentucky Center in Louisville. (Originally aired as Program 525.)

Joe Survant/Sandra Dutton/Butch Rice

26:30 | #542 | TV-G

2003/04 Kentucky Poet Laureate Joe Survant, children's author and illustrator Sandra Dutton, and music by singer/songwriter Butch Rice. (Originally aired as Program 524.)

Mary Craik/Louisville Ballet/Mary Ann Fischer

26:30 | #541 | TV-G

78-year-old fiber artist Mary Craik from Louisville, a salute to the Louisville Ballet on its 50th anniversary, and music by Mary Ann Fischer. (Originally aired as Program 523.)

Donna Williams/Squallis Puppeteers/Tenrec

26:30 | #540 | TV-G

Fourth-generation Kentucky broom maker Donna Williams; Louisville's Squallis Puppeteers, who are dedicated to putting a distinctly new twist on an old form of entertainment; and music by Tenrec, which blends elements of rock and bluegrass with traditional Irish influences. (Originally aired as Program 522.)

Yolantha Harrison-Pace/Cari Norris/Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2003

26:30 | #539 | TV-G

A dance/spoken word performance by Yolantha Harrison-Pace, roots music by singer/banjo player Cari Norris, and scenes from the 2003 edition of Kentucky Crafted: The Market. (Originally aired as Program 521.)

Humana Festival of New American Plays/George Ella Lyon/Soulgrass

26:30 | #538 | TV-G

Marc Masterson, artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, previews the 2003 Humana Festival of New American Plays, and writer George Ella Lyon talks about her involvement with the Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice. Musical guest: Soulgrass, a bluegrass/R&B band from Horse Cave. (Originally aired as Program 520.)

Louisville Ballet History/Bluegrass Big Bands/Kentucky Crafted: The Market/Michael Johnathon

26:30 | #537 | TV-G

A retrospective look at the Louisville Ballet from the mid-1970s, a sneak peek at a KET production that re-creates the big band era in the Bluegrass, a preview of Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2003, and music by Michael Johnathon of the Folkboy Orchestra and Lexington's WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour. (Originally aired as Program 519.)

Kentucky Artisan Center/Hart County Basket Making/Gallery Hop/Monika Herzig Acoustic Project

26:30 | #536 | TV-G

Berea's new Kentucky Artisan Center; the Hart County Fair Basket Making Contest; Lexington's Gallery Hop, a self-guided tour of 25 or more exhibits; and jazz by the Monika Herzig Acoustic Project. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Sybil's Art/John Henry/Wayne Young

26:30 | #535 | TV-G

The paintings of Lexington's Shirley Mason, known to the world as psychiatric patient "Sybil"; sculptor and 2002 Governor's Award in the Arts honoree John Henry; and blues by Wayne Young and his band. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Hindman Special: Appalachian Family Folk Week/Lee Sexton and Art Stamper

26:30 | #534 | TV-G

On the road in Hindman, host Chip Polston visits the Appalachian Family Folk Week festival and talks about the Knott County and Eastern Kentucky arts scene with Mike Mullins of the Hindman Settlement School, Judy Sizemore of the Kentucky Arts Council, and Tim Glotzbach of the Kentucky School of Craft. Lee Sexton and Art Stamper play traditional mountain music. A 2003 KET production.

Crystal Wilkinson/Jarrett Boyd/Scott Henderson Trio

26:30 | #533 | TV-G

Author Crystal Wilkinson talks about how her rural Kentucky upbringing has affected her writing style, and 2002 Governor's Award in the Arts Community Arts Award recipient Jarrett Boyd talks about the projects she has helped initiate in Carroll County. Musical guests: Louisville jazz guitarist Scott Henderson and his trio. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Louie Bickett/Kentucky Shakespeare Festival/Tim Krekel

26:30 | #532 | TV-G

An "Art from the Edge" profile of Lexington conceptual artist Louie Bickett, Curt Tofteland of the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, and the sounds of Louisville's Tim Krekel. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Juneteenth Legacy Theatre/Estill County Arts/First Edition Recordings/Joni Wilcoxson

26:30 | #531 | TV-G

Host Chip Polston meets Lorna Littleway of Juneteenth Legacy Theatre, Louisville's only professional African-American theater company; looks at an arts-based downtown revitalization project in Estill County and the Louisville Orchestra's project to re-release its landmark First Edition recordings on CD; and introduces music by singer-songwriter Joni Wilcoxson. A 2003 KET production.

Kimberly Mitchell and Judith Ralph/Moses Goldberg/Blue Apple Players/High Noon

26:30 | #530 | TV-G

A visit with Kimberly Mitchell and Judith Ralph, authors of Kentucky Gathering: Recipes & Remembrances; theatrical innovator Moses Goldberg, 2002 Governor's Award in the Arts honoree for lifetime achievement; a look at the Blue Apple Players' summer theater workshops for kids; and the Southern country sounds of High Noon. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Art! Art! Barking Dog Dance Company/Lullatone/Dos Aguas

28:25 | #529 | TV-G

A profile of Louisville's Art! Art! Barking Dog Dance Company, electronic music duo Lullatone, and flamenco music and dance by Duo Aguas. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra/Celebration of Glass II/David Garrard

26:30 | #528 | TV-G

The Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra, Celebration of Glass exhibits at Glassworks and the Louisville Visual Art Association, and magician David Garrard. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Dionisio Ceballos/Celebration of Glass I/TimbaSon

26:30 | #527 | TV-G

Visual artist Dionisio Ceballos, who re-created Frida Kahlo's artwork for the film Frida; contemporary glass art from around the world exhibited at the Speed Art Museum and the new Kentucky Museum of Art + Design; and music from Louisville's TimbaSon, an eight-piece band that plays everything from Afro-Cuban jazz to Latin dance music. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

John Zimmerman/Risa Yussman/Black Diamond Choir

26:30 | #526 | TV-G

Spotlights arts at the University of Louisville with John Zimmerman, ceramic artist in residence, and his exhibit Positive & Negative Biological Systems; Risa Yussman, designer of the 2003 Kentucky Derby poster; and music from members of the Black Diamond Choir, the university's internationally known gospel group. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Youth in the Arts: Internships/New Performing Arts/Deborah Shannon

26:30 | #525 | TV-G

Spotlights youth in the arts with a look at internships at Actors Theatre of Louisville and the Speed Art Museum; music by Steve Wogaman, a Louisville pianist who founded a nonprofit organization called New Performing Arts to enrich the cultural experiences of Kentucky children; and independent producer Michael White's feature on the 2002 Governor's Awards in the Arts Education Award winner, Deborah Shannon of the Kentucky Center in Louisville. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Joe Survant/Sandra Dutton/Butch Rice

26:30 | #524 | TV-G

2003/04 Kentucky Poet Laureate Joe Survant, children's author and illustrator Sandra Dutton, and music by singer/songwriter Butch Rice. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Mary Craik/Louisville Ballet/Mary Ann Fischer

26:30 | #523 | TV-G

78-year-old fiber artist Mary Craik from Louisville, a salute to the Louisville Ballet on its 50th anniversary, and music by R&B singer Mary Ann Fischer and her band. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Donna Williams/Squallis Puppeteers/Tenrec

26:30 | #522 | TV-G

Fourth-generation Kentucky broom maker Donna Williams; Louisville's Squallis Puppeteers, who are dedicated to putting a distinctly new twist on an old form of entertainment; and music by Tenrec, which blends elements of rock and bluegrass with traditional Irish influences. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Yolantha Harrison-Pace/Cari Norris/Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2003

26:30 | #521 | TV-G

A dance/spoken word performance by Yolantha Harrison-Pace, roots music by singer/banjo player Cari Norris, and scenes from the 2003 edition of Kentucky Crafted: The Market. A KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Humana Festival of New American Plays/George Ella Lyon/Soulgrass

26:30 | #520 | TV-G

Marc Masterson, artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, previews the 2003 Humana Festival of New American Plays, and writer George Ella Lyon talks about her involvement with the Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice. Musical guest: Soulgrass, a bluegrass/R&B band from Horse Cave. A KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Louisville Ballet History/Bluegrass Big Bands/Kentucky Crafted: The Market/Michael Johnathon

26:30 | #519 | TV-G

A retrospective look at the Louisville Ballet from the mid-1970s, a sneak peek at a KET production that re-creates the big band era in the Bluegrass, a preview of Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2003, and music by Michael Johnathon of the Folkboy Orchestra and Lexington's WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour. A KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Dan Torpey/Brent Camfferman/Derby Clock/Michael Tracy

26:30 | #518 | TV-G

Dan Torpey, a teacher from Louisville, shows his hand-made wooden automata. Louisville furniture designer Brent Camfferman demonstrates his design process, during which he moves from pencil and paper to CAD software. Also, a look back at the creation of Louisville's Derby Clock by sculptor Barney Bright in the mid-1970s and music by University of Louisville professor Michael Tracy and some of his students. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Serpent Wisdom/Joe Petro III/Scenic Design

26:30 | #517 | TV-G

World-beat music by Louisville's Serpent Wisdom, Lexington printmaker Joe Petro III, and a behind-the-stage look at the work of Actors Theatre of Louisville scenic designers Paul Owens and Lorraine Venberg. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Actors' Guild of Lexington/Lexington Arts and Cultural Council/Dynamic Doors/Jay Flippin and Gordon Towell

26:30 | #516 | TV-G

A visit to Lexington includes a look at Actors' Guild's new performance space in the Downtown Arts Center; an interview with James M. Clark, president and CEO of the Lexington Arts and Cultural Council; and a preview of the "Dynamic Doors" public art project. Musical guests: jazz duo Jay Flippin and Gordon Towell. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Christy Zurkuhlen/Andee Rudloff/D.A. King

26:30 | #515 | TV-G

Goshen artist Christy Zurkuhlen, who specializes in equine art and portraits; Bowling Green muralist Andee Rudloff; and music by Louisville singer/songwriter D.A. King. A 2003 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Georgetown College Arts/Steve Heine/Denise Furnish/Brad Devlin/Arts Kentucky/Dan

26:30 | #593 | TV-G

Arts initiatives at Georgetown College; the rural studio shared by artists Steve Heine, Denise Furnish, and Brad Devlin; Trish Salerno on new projects at Arts Kentucky; and music by Louisville singer-songwriter Dan Gediman and his band. (Originally aired as Program 509.)

Delaire Rowe Finley/Pat Madden/Satchel's Pawn Shop

26:30 | #514 | TV-G

Bowling Green artist Delaire Rowe Finley, ice sculptor Pat Madden of Louisville, and roots rock by the Louisville-based band Satchel's Pawn Shop. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Holiday Special: JoAnn Atwood/Schimpff's Confectionery/Juggernaut Jug Band

26:30 | #513 | TV-G

A holiday edition with the Santa figures of woodcarver JoAnn Atwood; hand-made candy canes and chocolates at Schimpff's Confectionery in Jeffersonville, IN; and Christmas tunes by the Juggernaut Jug Band. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Dane Waters/Louisville Central Community Centers/Most Wanted

26:30 | #512 | TV-G

Mixed-media artist Dane Waters; Geraldine Woods, arts coordinator of the Louisville Central Community Centers Inc.; and blues/rock by Louisville band Most Wanted. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Mary Anderson Center for the Arts/University of Kentucky Theatre/Lost River

26:30 | #592 | TV-G

Visits to the Mary Anderson Center for the Arts at Mount St. Francis in Southern Indiana and the University of Kentucky Theatre in Lexington, plus the contemporary folk music of Bowling Green's Lost River. (Originally aired as Program 507.)

Bowling Green Special

26:30 | #511 | TV-G

A look at the arts scene in and around Bowling Green. Host Chip Polston visits the Kentucky Museum at Western Kentucky University; meets Patricia Ritter, the regional representative of the Kentucky Arts Council; and talks with Erica Brady of the Barren River Breakdown radio show about local musicians. Artists spotlighted include singer-songwriter Mark Melloan; woodcarver Karen Scates, who specializes in miniatures of birds, horses, wildlife, furniture, and stringed musical instruments; and Jeff Leake, owner of Spencer's Coffee House and Art Gallery. A 2002 KET production.

Louisville Ballet/Bob Douglas/The Accountants

26:30 | #591 | TV-G

Bruce Simpson, artistic director of the Louisville Ballet; painter and professor Bob Douglas; and the sounds of the Accountants, a Louisville rock band whose members are all accountants by day. (Originally aired as Program 503.)

Tattoos/Ed Hamilton/Paul Fields/Reel World String Band

26:30 | #590 | TV-G

Heather O'Mara of the Louisville Visual Arts Association shares the history of tattooing and visits a tattoo parlor to meet the artist, while host Chip Polston profiles Louisville sculptors Ed Hamilton and Paul Fields. Musical guest: Lexington's Reel World String Band. (Originally aired as Program 502.)

Paducah Special

26:30 | #510 | TV-G

On the road in Paducah, host Chip Polston visits Market House Square to learn about the Yeiser Art Center, Market House Theatre, and the Four Rivers Center for the Performing Arts. Also, Kentucky Arts Council circuit rider Mary Jackson-Haugen; artists Paula Danby, Warren Farr, and Jessica Marvin; and music by Southern Jazz. A 2002 KET production.

Georgetown College Arts/Steve Heine/Denise Furnish/Brad Devlin/Arts Kentucky/Dan Gediman

26:30 | #509 | TV-G

Arts initiatives at Georgetown College; the rural studio shared by artists Steve Heine, Denise Furnish, and Brad Devlin; Trish Salerno on new projects at Arts Kentucky; and music by Louisville singer-songwriter Dan Gediman and his band. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Millet to Matisse/Arts in Action Festival/Blue Apple Players/Louisville String Q

00:00 | #508 | TV-G

A visit to the Speed Art Museum in Louisville for a preview of the Millet to Matisse exhibition, Paducah's Arts In Action Festival, the Blue Apple Players, and music by the Louisville String Quartet. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Mary Anderson Center for the Arts/University of Kentucky Theatre/Lost River

00:00 | #507 | TV-G

Visits to the Mary Anderson Center for the Arts at Mount St. Francis in Southern Indiana and the University of Kentucky Theatre in Lexington, plus the contemporary folk music of Bowling Green's Lost River. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

David Selter/Costume Design/BlueTrane

00:00 | #506 | TV-G

Louisville dollmaker David Selter; costume designers from Actors Theatre, the Kentucky Opera, and the Louisville Ballet; and the contemporary blues sounds of BlueTrane. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Marianne Brown/Martin Rollins/Olive Trees

00:00 | #505 | TV-G

Lawrenceburg potter Marianne Brown, Louisville artist and curator Martin Rollins, and the music of Louisville's Olive Trees. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

University of Kentucky Art Museum/Twyla Martins/Dorney Thompson

00:00 | #504 | TV-G

Host Chip Polston tours the University of Kentucky Art Museum and introduces Lexington visual artist Twyla Martins and Louisville singer-songwriter Dorney Thompson. A 2002 KET production.

Louisville Ballet/Bob Douglas/The Accountants

00:00 | #503 | TV-G

Bruce Simpson, artistic director of the Louisville Ballet; painter and professor Bob Douglas; the sounds of the Accountants, a Louisville rock band whose members are all accountants by day; and a rundown of fall arts festivals. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Tattoos/Ed Hamilton/Paul Fields/Reel World String Band

00:00 | #502 | TV-G

Heather O'Mara of the Louisville Visual Arts Association shares the history of tattooing and visits a tattoo parlor to meet the artist, while host Chip Polston profiles Louisville sculptors Ed Hamilton and Paul Fields. Musical guest: Lexington's Reel World String Band. A 2002 KET production.

Lisa Austin/Kentucky State Fair/Arts for the Animals/LA Groove

00:00 | #501 | TV-G

Louisville mixed-media artist Lisa Austin, a behind-the-scenes look at Kentucky State Fair art contests, the Arts for the Animals auction, and the soulful sounds of Louisville's LA Groove. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Ear X-tacy/The Rumors/Debbie Cherie Joplin

00:00 | #452 | TV-G

John Timmons talks about Ear X-tacy, his Louisville-based record label, and two members of the rock band the Rumors, an Ear X-tacy recording artist, perform in the studio. Also, a profile of Debbie Cherie Joplin, who creates unique 3-D fabric pieces out of dyed silk. A KET production. (Originally aired as Program 433.)

Gregory Fulkerson/Bunbury Theatre/Avery Crounse

00:00 | #451 | TV-G

Music by internationally known violin soloist Gregory Fulkerson, Producing/Artistic Director Juergen Tossman of Bunbury Theatre in Louisville, and Paducah filmmaker and photographer Avery Crounse. A KET production. (Originally aired as Program 432.)

Mark Williamson/Stick Click/Art Sparks

00:00 | #450 | TV-G

Artist, photographer, graphic designer, and writer Mark Williamson; music by percussion duo Stick Click; and a visit to Art Sparks, the Speed Art Museum's interactive art gallery for kids of all ages. A KET production. (Originally aired as Program 431.)

Delilah Smyth/Louisville Mandolin Orchestra/Kentucky Music Hall of Fame

00:00 | #449 | TV-G

Delilah Smyth, a dancer and choreographer with the Louisville Ballet; music by the Louisville Mandolin Orchestra; and a look at the first class of inductees for the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum, including Tom T. Hall, Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, and "Red" Foley. A 2002 KET production. (Originally aired as Program 430.)

Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2002

00:00 | #448 | TV-G

On location at Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2002, host Chip Polston talks with Col. Michael Masters, author of Hospitality—Kentucky Style; landscape painter Marianna McDonald; basket maker Pamela Smith; woodworker Bobby Lykens; and potter Sarah Culbreth. Musical performers: vocal trio Raison D'Etre and the Osland/Dailey jazz duo. A 2002 KET production. (Originally aired as Program 429.)

Christine Kuhn/The Kettleheads/Kentucky Crafted: The Market

00:00 | #447 | TV-G

Lexington artist Christine Kuhn demonstrates the medium known as encaustic. The Kettleheads play their unique blend of blues, bluegrass, and jazz, and lead vocalist Tom Minton talks about upcoming projects for the band. Program Director Fran Redmon previews the 2002 edition of Kentucky Crafted: The Market. A KET production. (Originally aired as Program 428.)

Danny Flanigan and the Rain Chorus/Actors Theatre/Debbie Stratford

00:00 | #446 | TV-G

Music by Louisville singer/songwriter Danny Flanigan and the Rain Chorus; Marc Masterson, artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville, on a production of Macbeth and the annual Humana Festival of New American Plays; and printmaker Debbie Stratford. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Bonnie Skees/Walden Theatre/Roger Dane Quintet

00:00 | #445 | TV-G

Louisville stained-glass artist Bonnie Skees; Charlie Sexton, artistic director of Walden Theatre; and classic jazz by the Roger Dane Quintet. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Joe Hanna/Kentucky Ballet Theatre/David Hockney

00:00 | #444 | TV-G

Music by singer/songwriter Joe Hanna and his band; a look at upcoming productions with Norbe Risco, artistic director of Kentucky Ballet Theatre in Lexington; and a conversation with internationally acclaimed artist David Hockney about his research into how the master painters of the Renaissance achieved their startling effects. A KET production. (Originally aired as Program 425.)

Chef Derek Spendlove/The Troubadours of Divine Bliss/Judy Geagley

00:00 | #443 | TV-G

Holiday desserts from pastry chef Derek Spendlove of Sullivan University, folk music from the Troubadours of Divine Bliss, and an in-studio demonstration of teddy bear crafting with Judy Geagley. A KET production. (Originally aired as Program 418.)

Joe Petro III/Ten Penny Bit

00:00 | #442 | TV-G

The complex silk-screened images of Lexington artist Joe Petro III and Louisville contra dance band Ten Penny Bit. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Judy Miner/Wynton Marsalis/Jakeleg

00:00 | #441 | TV-G

Judy Miner, a potter from Prospect who specializes in architectural installations; trumpeter and music educator Wynton Marsalis' visit to a Louisville elementary school; and music by Louisville-based "boogie pop" band Jakeleg. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Culinary Arts/Inquire Within Band/John Gage

00:00 | #440 | TV-G

An exploration of the culinary arts with the Seelbach Hotel's chef; a performance by the Inquire Within Band on Kentucky Homefront, a public radio show produced live at Louisville's Kentucky Theatre; and music by folk singer John Gage. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

2001 Governor's Awards: Barbara Kingsolver/Diane Downs/Covington Community Center/Melvin Dickinson/J.D. Crowe

00:00 | #439 | TV-G

A salute to five of the recipients of the 2001 Governor's Awards in the Arts: best-selling author Barbara Kingsolver (National); Diane Downs, founder and director of the Fabulous Leopard Percussionists (Education); the Covington Community Center (Community Arts); Melvin Dickinson, founder and conductor of the Louisville Bach Society (Artist); and bluegrass banjo master and bandleader J.D. Crowe (Folk Heritage). A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Christina Ramsey/Shayla Lawson/Ellen Hagan/Bill Wieger/Fabulous Leopard Percussi

00:00 | #438 | TV-G

Louisville jewelry maker, muralist, and sculptor Christina Ramsey; Lexington poets Shayla Lawson and Ellen Hagan; artist Bill Wieger, who sculpted the Louisville Zoo's bronze gorilla family statues; and music by the Fabulous Leopard Percussionists, made up of students from Louisville's Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Art Cars/Harold Mitchell/McHugh-Oliphant Duo

00:00 | #437 | TV-G

A look inside the world of "art cars" with Heather O'Meara of the Louisville Visual Art Association; "Junk Genius" Harold Mitchell, an inventor who has created contraptions ranging from a CD player to a tabletop robot out of other people's discards; and classical music by the McHugh-Oliphant Duo from the University of Louisville. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Harry Pickens Trio/Pleiades Theatre

00:00 | #436 | TV-G

Louisville jazz pianist Harry Pickens performs with his trio and talks about his residency at the University of Kentucky. Susan McNeese Lynch, artist associate of the Pleiades Theatre Company, discusses a touring project based on the experiences of immigrant women in Kentucky. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Rita Kent/Ceol Cridhe/John Hetzel/Lexington Children's Theatre

00:00 | #435 | TV-G

Louisville photographer and visual artist Rita Kent, Frankfort Celtic performers Ceol Cridhe, Sight and Sound co-owner John Hetzel on a theatrical project at the multimedia production company, and a visit to Lexington Children's Theatre. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

P-J Campbell/Tim Brumfield/Artopia

00:00 | #434 | TV-G

Metal sculptor P-J Campbell; music by acoustic/New Age pianist Tim Brumfield; and a look at the Greengrass/Bluegrass/Newgrass Project at Artopia, which brought artists from Ireland to Kentucky to collaborate with American artists. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Ear X-tacy/The Rumors/Debbie Cherie Joplin

00:00 | #433 | TV-G

John Timmons talks about Ear X-tacy, his Louisville-based record label, and two members of the rock band the Rumors, an Ear X-tacy recording artist, perform in the studio. Also, a profile of Debbie Cherie Joplin, who creates unique 3-D fabric pieces out of dyed silk. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Gregory Fulkerson/Bunbury Theatre/Avery Crounse

00:00 | #432 | TV-G

Music by internationally known violin soloist Gregory Fulkerson, Producing/Artistic Director Juergen Tossman of Bunbury Theatre in Louisville, and Paducah filmmaker and photographer Avery Crounse. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Mark Williamson/Stick Click/Art Sparks

00:00 | #431 | TV-G

Artist, photographer, graphic designer, and writer Mark Williamson; music by percussion duo Stick Click; and a visit to Art Sparks, the Speed Art Museum's interactive art gallery for kids of all ages. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Delilah Smyth/Louisville Mandolin Orchestra/Kentucky Music Hall of Fame

00:00 | #430 | TV-G

Delilah Smyth, a dancer and choreographer with the Louisville Ballet; music by the Louisville Mandolin Orchestra; and a look at the first class of inductees for the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum, including Tom T. Hall, Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, and "Red" Foley. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2002

00:00 | #429 | TV-G

On location at Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2002, host Chip Polston talks with Col. Michael Masters, author of Hospitality—Kentucky Style; landscape painter Marianna McDonald; basket maker Pamela Smith; woodworker Bobby Lykens; and potter Sarah Culbreth. Musical performers: vocal trio Raison D'Etre and the Osland/Dailey jazz duo. A 2002 KET production.

Christine Kuhn/The Kettleheads/Kentucky Crafted: The Market

00:00 | #428 | TV-G

Lexington artist Christine Kuhn demonstrates the medium known as encaustic. The Kettleheads play their unique blend of blues, bluegrass, and jazz, and lead vocalist Tom Minton talks about upcoming projects for the band. Program Director Fran Redmon previews the 2002 edition of Kentucky Crafted: The Market. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Danny Flanigan and the Rain Chorus/Actors Theatre/Debbie Stratford

00:00 | #427 | TV-G

Music by singer/songwriter Danny Flanigan and the Rain Chorus, Artistic Director Marc Masterson on an Actors Theatre of Louisville production of Macbeth and the 2002 Humana Festival of New American Plays, and a visit to the studio of printmaker Debbie Stratford. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Bonnie Skees/Walden Theatre/Tribute to Phil Bailey/Roger Dane Quintet

00:00 | #426 | TV-G

Bonnie Skees demonstrates the art of stained glass; Charlie Sexton, artistic director of Louisville's Walden Theatre, previews a production of The Trojan Women; and Gerry Weston, president of the Public Radio Partnership, pays tribute to late local jazz guru Phil Bailey. Musical guests: Roger Dane and his jazz quintet. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Joe Hanna/Kentucky Ballet Theatre/David Hockney

00:00 | #425 | TV-G

Music by singer/songwriter Joe Hanna and his band; a look at upcoming productions with Norbe Risco, artistic director of Kentucky Ballet Theatre in Lexington; and a conversation with internationally acclaimed artist David Hockney about his research into how the master painters of the Renaissance achieved their startling effects. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

The Best of Mixed Media 12

00:00 | #424 | TV-G

Encore musical performances by swing band Blue Max, fingerstyle guitarist Steve Hammond, and bass player Jeffrey Smith; a visit to the studio of mixed-media sculptor Alice Ann Noel; and a poetry reading by writer/teacher Ron Whitehead. A 2002 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

The Best of Mixed Media 11

00:00 | #423 | TV-G

A selection of segments from past programs with an eerie tale from storyteller Mary Hamilton; a profile of painter Shayne Hull; and musical performances by bluegrass band No Tools Loaned, the Ceruti Chamber Players, singer/songwriter Carla Van Hoose, and jazz duo Miles Osland and Raleigh Dailey. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

The Best of Mixed Media 10

00:00 | #422 | TV-G

Encores of segments from past programs: singer/songwriter Heidi Howe, jazz drummer Hugh Peterson and his group, metal sculptures by Bryan Holden, the traditional sounds of the Louisville Dulcimer Society, and a look at Locust Grove's historical drama Meet the Remarkable Clarks. A 2002 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

The Best of Mixed Media 9

00:00 | #421 | TV-G

Favorite segments from past programs, featuring folk/blues singer/songwriter Tyrone Cotton, accompanied by guitarist John Grammer; classical pianist Diane Earle; painter/printmaker Barbara Stallard; the smooth jazz sounds of musician and teacher Jerry Tolson; world-renowned guitarist Misha Feigin; and poet and writer Amelia Blossom Pegram, accompanied by drummer Earbie Johnson. A 2002 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Governor's Awards: Lee Luvisi/Sam Gilliam/Nick Lawrence/Eddie Pennington/Rude Osolnik

00:00 | #420 | TV-G

Co-hosts Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney spotlight several Governor's Awards in the Arts winners: concert pianist Lee Luvisi of Louisville, who received the Artist Award; National Award winner Sam Gilliam, an abstract painter and native Louisvillian whose work hangs in museums around the world; Media Award recipient Nick Lawrence of Lexington, recognized for his promotion of the arts on WUKY public radio; and thumbpicking guitarist Eddie Pennington of Caldwell County, the Folk Heritage Award winner. Also, a tribute to the late Rude Osolnik of Berea, grand master of contemporary wood turning. A 2001 KET production.

Holiday Special: The Louisville Chorus/U of L Tuba Quartet/Pat Madden

00:00 | #419 | TV-G

Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney host a holiday edition featuring musical selections from the Louisville Chorus and the University of Louisville Tuba Quartet, plus ice sculptures by Pat Madden. A 2001 KET production.

Chef Derek Spendlove/The Troubadours of Divine Bliss/Judy Geagley

00:00 | #418 | TV-G

Holiday desserts from pastry chef Derek Spendlove of Sullivan University, folk music from the Troubadours of Divine Bliss, and an in-studio demonstration of teddy bear crafting with Judy Geagley. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Curran Copeland/Pierre Boulez/Steve Hammond

00:00 | #417 | TV-G

A woodworking demonstration by toy maker Curran Copeland; Pierre Boulez, the 2001 winner of the University of Louisville's Grawemeyer Award in music composition; and finger-style guitarist Steve Hammond. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Glassworks

00:00 | #416 | TV-G

Co-host Chip Polston tours Glassworks in Louisville to explore the various ways glass art is produced. Featured artists include Glassworks co-founder Ken VonRoenn, Greg Fleischaker in the "hot shop," Mark Payton in the flameworks, and Brook Forrest White. A 2001 KET production. (Previously aired as Program 406.)

Blue Max/Paramount Arts Center/Looking at Painting

00:00 | #415 | TV-G

Music by neo-swing band Blue Max from Ashland; a discussion of the renovation of Ashland's Paramount Arts Center with Blue Max member Ritch Collins, who is also the technical director at the center; and a sneak peek at KET's Looking at Painting series. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney.

Ron Whitehead and Inspector 99/Marisa Barnes/Yoruba Mason/Vin Morreale/Andee Rudloff/Portrait Exh

00:00 | #414 | TV-G

Poet Ron Whitehead, accompanied by percussionist Inspector 99, violinist Marisa Barnes, and vocalist Yoruba Mason; independent filmmaker, screenwriter, and author Vin Morreale; Bowling Green mural artist Andee Rudloff; and a Speed Art Museum exhibit that brings present-day portraits together with portraits dating back to the 18th century. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston.

Osland-Dailey Duo/Alice Ann Noel/Debra Hille

00:00 | #413 | TV-G

Jazz by the Osland/Dailey Duo, painter and collage artist Alice Ann Noel, and sculptor Debra Hille. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Karen O'Nan Martin/Louisville Film Festival/Ceruti Chamber Players

00:00 | #412 | TV-G

Basket weaver Karen O'Nan Martin of Henderson demonstrates her craft, and coordinator Staci Roark previews the Louisville Film Festival. Musical guests: the Ceruti Chamber Players. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Halloween Special: Octavia Sexton/Mary Hamilton/Joel Timothy

00:00 | #411 | TV-G

A Halloween special featuring scary tales from storytellers Octavia Sexton of Orlando and Mary Hamilton of Frankfort, plus an exploration of the world of sound effects with Joel Timothy. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Galerie Hertz/No Tools Loaned/Lexington Ballet/Shayne Hull

00:00 | #410 | TV-G

Billy Hertz of Galerie Hertz; bluegrass band No Tools Loaned; Lucia Montero, education director for the Lexington Ballet; and painter Shayne Hull. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Bonnie Blincoe/Kentucky Folk Art Center/Carla Van Hoose and Richard Bennett/The Remarkable Clarks

00:00 | #409 | TV-G

Glass jewelry by Bonnie Blincoe, an interview with Gary Barker of the Kentucky Folk Art Center in Morehead, music by Carla Van Hoose and Richard Bennett, and a peek at Locust Grove's historical drama about George Rogers Clark and his family. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

St. James Court Art Show/Kentucky Center for the Arts/Jeffrey Smith

00:00 | #408 | TV-G

Wayne Jenkins talks about Louisville's annual St. James Court art show, Ken Clay previews upcoming performances at the Kentucky Center for the Arts, and guitarist Jeffrey Smith performs a piece he wrote in response to the 9/11 terrorist attack. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Louisville Dulcimer Society/Dan Rhema/Darryl Halbrooks

00:00 | #407 | TV-G

Music and interviews with members of the Louisville Dulcimer Society, painter and collage maker Dan Rhema, and a visit with painter and professor Darryl Halbrooks in his studio at Eastern Kentucky University. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Glassworks

26:30 | #406 | TV-G

Co-host Chip Polston tours Glassworks in Louisville to explore the various ways glass art is produced. Featured artists include Glassworks co-founder Ken VonRoenn, Greg Fleischaker in the "hot shop," Mark Payton in the flameworks, and Brook Forrest White. A 2001 KET production.

Media Masters/Scott Roaden/Diane Earle

00:00 | #405 | TV-G

Jeanette McDermott, executive director of the Kentucky Theater Project, talks about the Media Masters educational project, which paired middle and high school students with professional media artists and technicians. Craftsman and musician Scott Roaden demonstrates the making of a Native American flute. Musical guest: classical pianist Diane Earle. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Larry Watson/Jacque Parsley/Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation/Hugh Peterson Trio

00:00 | #404 | TV-G

Alexandria potter Larry Watson and Louisville mixed-media assemblage artist Jacque Parsley talk about their work, and a look back at several exhibits celebrates the Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation's 20th anniversary. Musical guest: drummer Hugh Peterson and his trio. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Broadway in Louisville/Heidi Howe/Sarah Newberg King/Bryan Holden

00:00 | #403 | TV-G

Leslie Broecker of Broadway in Louisville, music by singer/songwriter Heidi Howe, Paducah fiber artist Sarah Newberg King, and metal sculptor Bryan Holden. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Amelia Blossom Pegram/Artcentric/Poetry in the Park/Louisville Stoneware

00:00 | #402 | TV-G

Amelia Blossom Pegram reads poems from her collection Echoes Across a Thousand Hills, accompanied by drummer Earbie Johnson, and Heather O'Mara of the Louisville Visual Art Association talks about Artcentric, an event at which seven local artists created pieces using found materials. Also, visits to Lexington's Woodland Park for the 2001 edition of Poetry in the Park and to Louisville Stoneware. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Erica Kircher/Misha Feigin/Actors Theatre/Louisville Stained Glass

00:00 | #401 | TV-G

In-studio demonstrations by copper artist Erica Kircher; classical guitarist Misha Feigin; Marc Masterson, artistic director of Actors Theatre of Louisville; and a tour of Louisville Stained Glass. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

The Best of Mixed Media 8

00:00 | #346 | TV-G

The electric blues of Da Mudcats; teacher and acoustic musician Tom Flood, accompanied by Richard Dennison on bass; contemporary quilter Jan Darnell; the bagpipes of the Louisville Pipe Band; public art at Bernheim Forest; and the Ron Jones jazz quartet. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

The Best of Mixed Media 7

00:00 | #345 | TV-G

Bluegrass music from Tunnel Hill of Rosine, songwriter Paul K, the work of potter Amy Elswick, musician Gareth Jones, saxophonist and educator Mike Tracy, woodturner Ron Thomas, and thumb-picking guitarist Eddie Pennington. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

The Best of Mixed Media 6

00:00 | #344 | TV-G

Encore musical performances by Zoe Speaks, Chuck Lawson, and the Kentucky Center Chamber Players; a photography exhibit featuring the work of teacher Suzanne Mitchell and a former student, Carolyn Courtney; and a look at Kentucky artist Jay Bolotin at work on his multimedia piece Limbus: A Mechanical Opera. A 2001 production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

The Best of Mixed Media 5

00:00 | #343 | TV-G

Favorite segments from past programs, including melodic rock from the Will Cary Band, fiber artist Justine Dennis, the down-home bluegrass of Hog Operation, and a performance of Charlie Parker's "Billie's Bounce" by world-renowned jazz saxophonist Jamey Aebersold. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Gerald McDaniel/Gladstone/Wyatt Gragg

00:00 | #342 | TV-G

Gerald McDaniel, author of Aindreas the Messenger; rock band Gladstone; and a visit to the studio of sculptor Wyatt Gragg. "Surfing the Arts" spotlights the web sites of KentuckyArtists.com and the Kentucky Arts Council. (Previously aired as Program 328.)

Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2001

00:00 | #341 | TV-G

Visits with artists on location at Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2001, featuring James and Deborah Greene and their family-run Life Celebrations Art Studio; woodcrafter Jack Jackson and his wife, painter Sylvia Jackson; woodworker Ray Roe of Nicholasville; glass artist Brook F. White of Danville; potter Jana John of Louisville; and quiller Cheryl Lynn Farr of Louisville. (Previously aired as Program 326.)

Poetry in the Park/Arts Kentucky/Tyrone Cotton/Candida

00:00 | #340 | TV-G

Troy Teegarden, host of the radio show Society of Underground Poets, and project director Christina Abraham preview Lexington's Poetry in the Park event, and Trish Salerno of Arts Kentucky talks about other summer arts events around the state. Also, music by blues/folk artist Tyrone Cotton, accompanied by guitarist John Grammer, and a visit to the opening night of Horse Cave Theatre's 25th-anniversary production of Candida. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Jerry Tolson Quartet/Sight & Sound/Kentucky Theatre/Barbara Stallard

00:00 | #339 | TV-G

Music by Jerry Tolson and his jazz quartet; Dana Hooper and John Hetzel of Sight & Sound, a Louisville-area media production company; an update on efforts to restore Louisville's historic Kentucky Theatre with Jeanette McDermott; and painter, printmaker, and poet Barbara Stallard in her studio. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Da Mudcats/Horse Cave Theatre/Little Colonel Players/Jan Darnell

00:00 | #338 | TV-G

Electric blues band Da Mudcats, Marketing Director Jaana Sipila and Associate Artist Pamela White on 25th-anniversary celebrations and educational programs at Horse Cave Theatre, Bill Baker of the Little Colonel Players community theater company, and a visit to the workshop of quilter Jan Darnell. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Day in the Country/Music Theatre Louisville/Camp Shakespeare/Art at Bernheim

00:00 | #337 | TV-G

Brion Clinkingbeard of the Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation previews the Day in the Country festival, cast members from Music Theatre Louisville perform excerpts from The Fantasticks, and Education Director Doug Sumey discusses the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival's Camp Shakespeare. A visit to Bernheim Forest spotlights some newly installed public art pieces. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Actors' Guild of Lexington/Louisville Pipe Band/Pine Knob Theatre/David McCullough

00:00 | #336 | TV-G

Kevin Hardesty of Actors' Guild of Lexington, music by members of the Louisville Pipe Band, Honus Shain of Pine Knob Theatre, and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and author David McCullough. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Filson Historical Society/Arts Academies/Gregory Acker/Tom Flood and Richard Denison

00:00 | #335 | TV-G

Judy Miller, director of development at the Filson Historical Society, and actor Barrett Cooper discuss and demonstrate how the society uses arts-based presentations to engage students in learning about history. Debbie Shannon and David Thurmond introduce the Arts Academies operated by the Kentucky Center for the Arts. And artist-in-residence Gregory Acker works with students at two schools. Musical guests: composer and guitarist Tom Flood with bass player Richard Denison. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Ron Jones Quartet/Louisville Improvisors/Jim Mahanes/Men of the Cloth

00:00 | #334 | TV-G

Music by jazz saxophonist Ron Jones and his quartet, Alec Volz and Chris Anger of the Louisville Improvisors, psychologist and self-taught watercolorist Jim Mahanes, and a visit to the "Men of the Cloth" exhibit at the Margaret Parshall Gallery. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

Louisville Orchestra/Rick Hutchings/Fred Hersch and Dick Sisto/Paul K

00:00 | #333 | TV-G

Robert Franz of the Louisville Orchestra on the summertime Roarchestra concert series and other educational programs, scrimshaw artist Rick Hutchings, and a preview of a concert by pianist Fred Hersch and vibraphonist Dick Sisto. Musical guest: folk-rocker Paul K, accompanied by Joee Conroy on cello and mandolin. A 2001 KET production hosted by Madeline McGeeney and Chip Polston.

James Baker Hall/Pat Kirtley/Pleiades Theatre Company/Ron Thomas/Tona Barkley

00:00 | #332 | TV-G

2001-2002 Kentucky Poet Laureate James Baker Hall, music by acoustic guitarist and songwriter Pat Kirtley, Charlotte Hammett Hubrich and Rebecca Luttrell Briley of the Pleiades Theatre Company, and visits to the workshop of wood carver Ron Thomas and an exhibit of paintings by KET's own Tona Barkley at the MetroLex Gallery in downtown Lexington. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Kentucky Derby Special: Tunnel Hill/2001 Derby Art/Hats/African-American Jockeys

00:00 | #331 | TV-G

A salute to the Kentucky Derby with bluegrass music from Tunnel Hill, a band from Bill Monroe's hometown of Rosine; Lynn Ashton, executive director of the Kentucky Derby Museum, who shows works by official 2001 Derby artist Tony Bennett; a look at some hats created by local artists with Chris Wedding and Jennifer Wallace of the Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation; and a peek at Steve Crump's documentary Forgotten at the Finish Line, about African-American jockeys in the Derby. Also, an update on a drama project at New Albany High School in which students wrote and performed their own opera. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Zoe Speaks/Louisville Youth Performing Arts School/Jay Bolotin

00:00 | #330 | TV-G

Music by singer/songwriter duo Zoe Speaks, Principal J.C. Reedy and student Liz Koprucki on a "new works" project at Louisville's Youth Performing Arts School, and a look at sculptor/musician Jay Bolotin and his Limbus: A Mechanical Opera. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Stage One/Flock of Finns/Pop Device

00:00 | #329 | TV-G

Madeline McGeeney talks with Moses Goldberg, program director at Stage One, about a production of Appleseed John as well as his own background. Chip Polston visits Flock of Finns, a collection of 28 fanciful birds by sculptor Marvin Finns displayed all around Louisville, and explores the Fund for the Arts and Arts Journal web sites. Musical guest: Pop Device. A 2001 KET production.

Gerald McDaniel/Gladstone/Wyatt Gragg

00:00 | #328 | TV-G

Gerald McDaniel, author of Aindreas the Messenger; rock band Gladstone; and a visit to the studio of sculptor Wyatt Gragg. "Surfing the Arts" spotlights the web sites of KentuckyArtists.com and the Kentucky Arts Council. A 2001 KET production hosted by Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney.

Julie Shaw Cole/Chuck Lawson and the Coconut Crew/Photography Exhibit

00:00 | #327 | TV-G

New co-hosts Chip Polston and Madeline McGeeney introduce Julie Shaw Cole, author of Getting Life; the island-flavored music of Chuck Lawson and the Coconut Crew; and a visit to Zephyr Gallery for a look at a photography exhibit featuring the work of teacher Suzzanne Mitchell and one of her former students, Carolyn Courtney. A 2001 KET production.

Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2001

00:00 | #326 | TV-G

Visits with artists on location at Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2001, featuring James and Deborah Greene and their family-run Life Celebrations Art Studio; woodcrafter Jack Jackson and his wife, painter Sylvia Jackson; woodworker Ray Roe of Nicholasville; glass artist Brook F. White of Danville; potter Jana John of Louisville; and quiller Cheryl Lynn Farr of Louisville. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 9

00:00 | #325 | TV-G

A review of musical segments from past programs, with performances by three-piece acoustic band Billyblues; jazz vibraphonist Dick Sisto; acoustic rock band the Muckrakers; Amy and Sydney King, playing a classical piece for flute and double bass by University of Louisville professor Steve Rouse; R&B singer Robbie Bartlett; and vocal trio Raison D'Etre. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd. (Previously aired as Program 317)

2000 Governor's Awards: Eddie Pennington/Rebekka Seigel

00:00 | #324 | TV-G

A look at the 2000 Kentucky Governor's Awards in the Arts includes performances by Music Award recipient Eddie Pennington and an interview with fiber artist Rebekka Seigel, a former honoree who designed a different miniature quilt to be given to each 2000 recipient. Geri Combs, executive director of the Kentucky Arts Council, talks about all the winners and explains how they were chosen. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Center Chamber Players/VSA Arts of Kentucky/Masks

00:00 | #323 | TV-G

Musical performances by members of the Kentucky Center Chamber Players and an interview with pianist Joanna Goldstein; Ginny Miller, executive director of VSA Arts of Kentucky; and a look at masks created by artists, corporations, students, clients, and community members to be auctioned off at the Maryhurst Masquerade Gala. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Teaching with the Arts: Collaborative for Teaching and Learning/Mike Tracy/Expressive Therapies

00:00 | #322 | TV-G

Scott Dowd hosts a look at teaching through the arts. Executive Director Linda Hargan discusses the resources offered by the Collaborative for Teaching and Learning to support arts-based school reform initiatives; University of Louisville music professor Mike Tracy performs two numbers with Tyronne Wheeler and Jason Tiemann and talks about his dual careers as professor and musician; and assistant professor Claudia Ronaldson leads a tour of U of L's Expressive Therapies Department, where students learn to use the arts to help those who can't communicate verbally express their thoughts and feelings. A 2001 KET production.

Boris Zakic/Hog Operation/Amy Elswick

00:00 | #321 | TV-G

Yugoslavian-born artist Boris Zakic on an exhibit of his work at the Anne Wright Wilson Art Gallery at Georgetown College, the super-charged bluegrass of Hog Operation, and a visit to ceramic artist Amy Elswick's Clay House Pots. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Walden Theatre/Gareth Jones/Justine Dennis

00:00 | #320 | TV-G

Barret Cooper, associate director, production coordinator, and instructor at Walden Theatre, talks about a production of Medea; musical guest Gareth Jones combines classical guitar with ambient soundscapes; and Lexington fiber artist Justine Dennis shows her studio and her techniques. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Will Cary Band/Third Street Stuff/Kentucky Craft Marketing Program/Hog Operation

00:00 | #319 | TV-G

Melodic rock from the Will Cary Band; a visit to Third Street Stuff, the store owned by Lexington artist Pat Gerhard; Kitty Armstrong McAllister and Fran Redmon of the Kentucky Craft Marketing Program; and a clip from a performance by bluegrass band Hog Operation on WFPK's Live Lunch series. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Mixed Media Jazz Special

00:00 | #399

A look at the history of jazz in Kentucky, with footage from Lionel Hampton, Helen Humes, Les McCann, and Jimmy Raney, as well as performances by Jamey Aebersold. Chester Grundy and Phil Bailey discuss jazz history with host Scott Dowd. A 2001 KET production.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 8

00:00 | #317 | TV-G

A review of musical segments from past programs, with performances by three-piece acoustic band Billyblues; jazz vibraphonist Dick Sisto; acoustic rock band the Muckrakers; Amy and Sydney King, playing a classical piece for flute and double bass by University of Louisville professor Steve Rouse; R&B singer Robbie Bartlett; and vocal trio Raison D'Etre. A 2001 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media 4

00:00 | #316 | TV-G

Favorite segments from past programs, featuring glass artist Mark Payton, a master flameworker; Yale Younger Poets Prize winner Davis McCombs, author of Ultima Thule; painter Eugene Thomas, who finds his inspiration in jazz; and sculptor Bob Lockhart, a professor at Bellarmine College whose works can be seen around Louisville. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 7

00:00 | #315 | TV-G

Encores of musical performances from past programs: Southern roots rock from Nick Reifsteck and the Serotones, the Steve Crews jazz trio, the modern rock of Dharmachine, singer Raul Hernandez and pianist Ellen Rissinger from the Kentucky Opera with an exerpt from Rigoletto, singer/songwriter Tim Krekel accompanied by violinist Peter Rhee, and the Osland Saxophone Quartet. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media 3

00:00 | #314 | TV-G

Favorite segments from past programs, featuring glass maestro Lino Tagliapietra; steel sculptor Dave Caudill; Freeform 2000, a collaboration between Louisville Ballet dancers and drummer Terry Bozzio; graphic artist Julius Friedman; and cartoonist Don Rosa. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Arts Education: Kentucky Arts Council/ArtsReach/Hands-On Theatre/Music Words Opera

00:00 | #313 | TV-G

Host Scott Dowd introduces segments focusing on arts education. John S. Benjamin of the Kentucky Arts Council talks about its artist-in-residence program and the School-Community Arts Partnership Project; Keith Cook and students from the Kentucky Center for the Arts' ArtsReach Louisville Youth Strings Program perform; Madeline McGeeney discusses Hands-On Theatre, a participatory workshop for children; and Linda DeRungs explains her "Music Words Opera" projects, in which students write, compose, and perform their own opera. Also, a tour of a Gutenberg exhibit at the Louisville Free Public Library. A 2000 KET production.

Raison D'Etre/Minds Wide Open/Peter Eichhorn

00:00 | #312 | TV-G

Music by Raison D'Etre, an all-female trio whose sound ranges from Shaker to swing; Bruce Burris of Lexington's Minds Wide Open Art Center, dedicated to the work of artists with disabilities; and visits to the studio of glass craftsman Peter Eichhorn as well as churches featuring his windows. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Writers: Crystal Wilkinson/Steve Rouse/Frank X Walker

00:00 | #311 | TV-G

A program devoted to writers with Crystal Wilkinson, author of Blackberries, Blackberries; Steve Rouse, professor of composition at the University of Louisville; and poet Frank X Walker. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Lexington Opera House/Robbie Bartlett/Ed Hamilton

00:00 | #310 | TV-G

Luanne Franklin of the Lexington Opera House, music by Robbie Bartlett, and a visit with sculptor Ed Hamilton. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Louisville Film and Video Festival/Dick Sisto Trio/Juneteenth Legacy Theatre

00:00 | #309 | TV-G

A preview of the 2000 Louisville Film and Video Festival with Mary Kate Goodwin-Kelly and Tom Byers; jazz by Dick Sisto, Tyrone Wheeler, and Jason Tiemann; and Katherine Buckman on projects at the Juneteenth Legacy Theatre. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Halloween Special: Billy Blues/Rema Keen/Dracula

00:00 | #308 | TV-G

A special Halloween edition featuring the acoustic sounds of Billy Blues, a ghostly tale from poet and storyteller Rema Keen, and a peek behind the scenes at an Actors Theatre of Louisville production of Dracula. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 6

00:00 | #307 | TV-G

A selection of musical highlights from past programs, including the melting-pot rock of Slackshop, the rootsy Americana of Jakeleg, singer/songwriter Dan Gediman, and the Juggernaut Jug Band. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd. (Previously aired as Program 223.)

Nick Anderson/Greg Land/Don Rosa/Denny Whalen/The Muckrakers

00:00 | #306 | TV-G

Louisville Courier-Journal political cartoonist Nick Anderson, comic book artist Greg Land, Disney cartoonist Don Rosa, caricaturist Denny Whalen, and rock 'n' roll from the Muckrakers. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Susan Goldstein/Dave Caudill/Mark Payton/Kentucky Opera/Raul Hernandez

00:00 | #305 | TV-G

Ceramic artist Susan Goldstein of Lexington, sculptor Dave Caudill; a visit to the studio of master flameworker Mark Payton; and a preview of the 2000-01 season at the Kentucky Opera with General Director Deborah Sandler and singer Raul Hernandez, who performs selections from the opening show, Rigoletto. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Louisville Ballet/Design Days 2000/Family McGee Exhibit/Bunbury Theatre/Steve Crews

00:00 | #304 | TV-G

Trevor Cushman, who took over as executive director of the Louisville Ballet in the summer of 2000; a look at Design Days 2000 with architect Dan Church and Louisville Visual Art Association Public Relations Officer Heather O'Mara; a visit to the "Family McGee" exhibit at Bellarmine College's McGrath Gallery; Juergen Tossmann on projects at the Bunbury Theatre; and music by pianist Steve Crews and his jazz trio. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Artswatch/Clay in Kentucky/Michael Graves/St. James Court Art Show/Dharmachine

00:00 | #303 | TV-G

Executive Director Tracy Morrison and President Joee Conroy of Artswatch, a contemporary arts organization dedicated to fostering innovation in the arts; visits to the "Clay in Kentucky" exhibit inspired by ceramic artist Joe Molinaro's book A Pottery Tour of Kentucky and to the studio of architect Michael Graves, who designed the Humana Building in downtown Louisville; a discussion of the annual St. James Court Art Show with Director Susan Coleman; and music by rock band Dharmachine. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Arts Council/Linda McCartney Photographs/Vision Art Gallery/Nick Reifsteck and the Serotones

00:00 | #302 | TV-G

Folk musician and folklorist Sue Massek talks about her work as a circuit rider for the Kentucky Arts Council, and Penny Peavler of the Speed Art Museum previews an exhibit of photographs by Linda McCartney. Also, Louisville's New Vision Art Gallery, the first permanent gallery in the U.S. dedicated to works created by blind or visually impaired artists, and the Southern-flavored roots rock of Nick Reifsteck and the Serotones. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Louisville Ballet/Necessary Theatre/Weapons as Art/Kentucky Opera/Broadway Serie

00:00 | #301 | TV-G

Scenes from the Louisville Ballet production Freeform 2000, Managing Director Susan Linville and Artistic Director Tad Chitwood of the Necessary Theatre, an exhibit on "Weapons As Art" at the Kentucky History Center, Music Director Kimcherie Lloyd of the Kentucky Opera, and a preview of some musicals in Louisville's 2000/01 Broadway Series. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 5

00:00 | #227 | TV-G

Musical highlights from past programs, including performances by Swing '39, Gallolglas, the Jazz Prophets, Ars Femina, and the E Trio. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Center for the Arts/Davis McCombs/E Trio

00:00 | #226 | TV-G

Ken Clay, director of programming at the Kentucky Center for the Arts; poet Davis McCombs; and the jazz sounds of the E Trio. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Blair Ross/Speed Art Museum Exhibits/The Jazz Prophets

00:00 | #225 | TV-G

Actress Blair Ross talks about her role in Swingtime Canteen at Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Penny Peavler of the Speed Art Museum previews exhibits of Hudson River School oil paintings and Karl Bodmer watercolors. Musical guests: the Jazz Prophets. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kenneth Kantor/Stage One/Bob Lockhart/Swing '39

00:00 | #224 | TV-G

Actor Kenneth Kantor talks about his role as J.P. Morgan in the Broadway musical Ragtime, Public Education Coordinator Sherri McNeely previews performances and projects at Stage One, and Bob Lockhart shows some of his sculpture. Musical guest: jazz trio Swing '39. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 4

00:00 | #223 | TV-G

A selection of musical highlights from past programs, including the melting-pot rock of Slackshop, the rootsy Americana of Jakeleg, singer/songwriter Dan Gediman, and the Juggernaut Jug Band. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Jenny Galloway/Eugene Thomas/Ars Femina

00:00 | #222 | TV-G

Country music DJ, radio producer, and writer Jenny Galloway of Whitesburg; a visit to the studio of painter Eugene Thomas; and music by Ars Femina, a classical ensemble that specializes in performing works composed by women before 1800. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Living Arts and Science Center/Skip Gliessner/Galloglas

00:00 | #221 | TV-G

Marty Henton, director of Lexington's Living Arts & Science Center; the miniature paintings of Skip Gliessner; and Celtic band Galloglas. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

2000 Juneteenth Festival/Julius Friedman/Dan Gediman

00:00 | #220 | TV-G

Founder and Producing Director Lorna Littleway and Producer/Artistic Director Kristi Papailler-Berkley discuss the new plays in the 2000 Juneteenth Festival, and graphic designer Julius Friedman shows some of his work. Musical guest: singer/songwriter Dan Gediman. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Shakespeare Festival/Dave Caudill Public Art/Jakeleg

00:00 | #219 | TV-G

Guest host Rochelle Riley introduces Celeste Santamassino, associate producing director of the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival; a tour of some public art by sculptor Dave Caudill on the streets of Louisville; and musical performances by Jakeleg. A 2000 KET production.

Mark Williamson/Cave Hill Sculptures/Slackshop

00:00 | #218 | TV-G

Artist Mark Williamson, who uses a computer to replicate and enhance his hand-painted images; sculptures at Cave Hill Cemetery; and the melting-pot rock of Slackshop. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

William McNulty/Lino Tagliapietra/New World Buffet

00:00 | #217 | TV-G

Actor/director William McNulty of Actors Theatre of Louisville, a demonstration by glass maestro Lino Tagliapietra at Centre College, and music by New World Buffet. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Opera/Larry Watson/Millennium Glass/Miles Osland

00:00 | #216 | TV-G

Deborah Sandler, general director of the Kentucky Opera; ceramist Larry Watson; the Millennium Glass exhibit at the Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery; and music by Miles Osland and the Osland Saxophone Quartet. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Speed Art Museum/Nana Yaa Asantewaa/Walden Theatre

00:00 | #215 | TV-G

Peter Morrin, director of the Speed Art Museum and author of Content in Abstraction: The Uses of Nature; Nana Yaa Asantewaa, executive producer of the Kentuckiana African American Art Series; and a peek behind the curtain at Walden Theatre. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

2000 Kentucky Derby Special

00:00 | #214 | TV-G

A salute to the 2000 Kentucky Derby with Jay Ferguson, director of curatorial services for the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs; composer Joel Timothy, who wrote the Derby Festival theme song; and a visit to the Kentucky Derby Festival Student Art Contest. Musical guests Allison White (vocals), Mike Hobson (mandolin and guitar), Ryan Hobson (Mike's son, on bass), John Laswell (banjo and guitar), and Art Stamper (fiddle), playing together for the first time, perform Kentucky-themed favorites. A KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Writers' Coalition/Sarabande Books/Mary Ann Taylor-Hall/Tim Krekel

00:00 | #213 | TV-G

Interviews with Ruthie Maslin and Kathleen Driskell of the Kentucky Writers' Coalition, Sarah Gorham of Sarabande Books, and author Mary Ann Taylor-Hall, plus music by Tim Krekel. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Juggernaut Jug Band/Helen Starr/Fiber Focus Kentucky 2000

00:00 | #212 | TV-G

Music by the Juggernaut Jug Band, an interview with ballerina and teacher Helen Starr on her career with the Louisville Ballet, and a visit to the Fiber Focus Kentucky 2000 exhibit. A KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 3

00:00 | #211 | TV-G

Favorite musical performances from past programs: jazz duo Mike Tracy on saxophone and Tyrone Wheeler on bass, singer/songwriter Danny Flannigan, pianist Nada Loutfi, songwriter and commercial composer Joel Timothy, and traditional Appalachian musician Cari Norris. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media 2

00:00 | #210 | TV-G

Craft and visual art highlights from past programs, with knife maker Gil Hibben; doll maker Rosemaree Huff; Wayne Bates, the designer of the 2000 Kentucky Governor's Awards in the Arts; doll-making team Jessie Carter and Minnie Chambers; and landscape painter Richard Luce. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 2

00:00 | #209 | TV-G

Musical highlights from past programs, featuring performances by the Earth Heart Ensemble, the Java Men, Beau Haddock, Just By Chance, and Kathleen Hoye. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Alexandra Cunningham/Richard Luce/Cari Norris

00:00 | #208 | TV-G

Alexandra Cunningham, one of the playwrights featured in the 2000 Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville; Crestwood painter Richard Luce, who specializes in scenes of the American West; and traditional Appalachian musician Cari Norris. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Gil Hibben/Walden Theatre/Nada Loutfi

00:00 | #207 | TV-G

Knife maker Gil Hibben, the official Klingon armorer for Paramount's Star Trek films; Barrett Cooper, associate director and production coordinator at Walden Theatre, with a preview of a production of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya; and music by pianist Nada Loutfi. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Mel Taylor/Necessary Theatre/Mike Tracy and Tyrone Wheeler

00:00 | #206 | TV-G

Stained-glass artist and sculptor Mel Taylor, Managing Director Susan Linville and Artistic Director Tad Chitwood of the Necessary Theatre, and jazz by saxophonist Mike Tracy and bassist Tyrone Wheeler. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Crafted: The Market 2000

00:00 | #205 | TV-G

Visits with artists at the 2000 edition of Kentucky Crafted: The Market, including husband-and-wife painters CJ and Eugene Fletcher, gourd painter Susan Tussey of Cynthiana, felt and hat maker Mary Kinney, ceramist Wayne Bates, Owensboro dollmakers Jessie Carter and Minnie Chambers, corn-shuck crafters Letha Taylor and Dora Smith, and Berea glass artist John England. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Arts Across Kentucky/Fiber Focus Kentucky/Juneteenth Festival Theatre

00:00 | #204 | TV-G

Editor Nancy Bronner and graphic designer Paula Gron of Arts Across Kentucky magazine; fiber artists Jean Covert and Mary Lamb Nehring on Fiber Focus Kentucky 2000; and a dramatic presentation of an excerpt from Mother of Civil Rights by Katherine Buckman, Megan Burnett, and Kristi Papailler-Berkley of Juneteenth Festival Theatre. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Citizens for the Arts/Kentucky Opera/Danny Flannigan

00:00 | #203 | TV-G

Guest host Rochelle Riley introduces Cecelia Wooden, executive director of Kentucky Citizens for the Arts; Kentucky Opera Director Rhoda Levine; and Louisville singer/songwriter Danny Flannigan. A 2000 KET production.

Fantasia 2000/Frank O'Connell/The Java Men

00:00 | #202 | TV-G

A behind-the-scenes look at the IMAX film Fantasia 2000, illustrator Frank O'Connell, and music by the Java Men. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Rembrandt to Gainesborough/Normandi Ellis/Joel Timothy

00:00 | #201 | TV-G

A preview of the "Rembrandt to Gainesborough" exhibit with Penny Peavler of the Speed Art Museum; fiction writer Normandi Ellis, who is also a translator of Egyptian hieroglyphs; and music by Joel Timothy. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Louisville Orchestra/Lexington Opera/UK Opera Theatre/Lorinda Jones

00:00 | #125 | TV-G

Robert Franz, associate conductor of the Louisville Orchestra, previews upcoming activities and introduces a behind-the-scenes look at an orchestra rehearsal. Phyllis Jenness of the Lexington Opera and University of Kentucky professor Dr. Everett McCorvey outline a new partnership between their organizations, and harpist Lorinda Jones performs classical and Celtic melodies. A 2000 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media 1

00:00 | #124 | TV-G

An end-of-year edition spotlighting memorable artists from past programs, including Ed Hamilton, Jonathan Stokes, C.J. Fletcher, and David Ross Stevens. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Brad Bellamy/Clint Gill/Louisville Ballet

00:00 | #123 | TV-G

Brad Bellamy on his role as Scrooge in an Actors Theatre of Louisville production of A Christmas Carol, Clint Gill on his one-man holiday show, and Alun Jones of the Louisville Ballet on The Nutcracker, plus scenes from other local holiday performances. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Louisville Chorus/Mary Hamilton/Beau Haddock

00:00 | #122 | TV-G

Daniel Spurlock of the Louisville Chorus, storyteller Mary Hamilton, and music by Beau Haddock. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Earth Heart Ensemble/Kathleen Hoye/Covington Community Center

00:00 | #121 | TV-G

Music and discussion with John Gage and Phyllis Free of the Earth Heart Ensemble and singer/songwriter Kathleen Hoye, plus Jean St. John on arts-related programs at the Covington Community Center. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

The Best of Mixed Media Music 1

00:00 | #120 | TV-G

Memorable musical performances from previous programs, with appearances by Alma Randolph and Butch Rice; thumb-picking guitarist Tuck Raisor; jazz artists Orville Hammond, Cheryl Skinner, and Tripp Bratton; the Kaufman Trio; and the Brass Company. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Broadway Series/Voices of Kentuckiana/Butch Rice

00:00 | #119 | TV-G

Brad Broecker previews Jekyll and Hyde from Louisville's 1999/2000 Broadway Series; Amy Matthis talks about Voices of Kentuckiana, a community chorus; and acoustic guitarist and singer Butch Rice performs. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Lexington Children's Theatre/Walden Theatre/The Brass Company/William Least Heat-Moon

00:00 | #118 | TV-G

Larry Snipes and J. Russell Couch of Lexington Children's Theatre, Colleen Gleason and Emily Albrink on a Walden Theatre production of Little Women, music by the Brass Company and an interview with member John Dorn, and author William Least Heat-Moon. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Actors' Guild of Lexington/Festival of Faiths/John Edmonds/Kentucky Opera/Actors Theatre

00:00 | #117 | TV-G

Deb Shoss and Kevin Hardesty of Actors' Guild of Lexington, David Kocka and Catherine Ascher of Louisville's annual Festival of Faiths, music by gospel singer John Edmonds, a peek at a rehearsal for La Bohème at the Kentucky Opera, and an interview with actor Kenneth Haigh about his role in an Actors Theatre production of Heartbreak House. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Art! Art! Barking Dog Dance Company/John England/Orville Hammond

00:00 | #116 | TV-G

Anastasia McGlothlin and Lynn Slaughter talk about the Art! Art! Barking Dog Dance Company, and John England shows some of his blown-glass pieces. Musical guest: jazz pianist Orville Hammond, accompanied by Tripp Bratton on drums. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Nicholas Sparks/Sue Grafton/Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen/Chaz Rough

00:00 | #115 | TV-G

Authors Nicholas Sparks (A Walk To Remember, Practical Magic) and Sue Grafton, the Louisville native who is writing the "alphabet mysteries" series; Allison Kaiser of the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen; and singer/songwriter Chaz Rough. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Rosemaree Huff/Louisville Film and Video Festival/Dick and Penny Sisto

00:00 | #114 | TV-G

Self-taught dollmaker Rosemaree Huff, a preview of the Tenth Annual Louisville Film and Video Festival with Grace Poganski, and husband-and-wife artistic duo Dick (jazz musician) and Penny (fiber artist) Sisto. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

C.J. Fletcher/Horse Cave Theatre/Tim Lake

00:00 | #113 | TV-G

Painter C.J. Fletcher talks about her "Color of Music" series, and Warren Hammack and Jaana Sipila share a clip from a production of the award-winning play East of Nineveh at Horse Cave Theatre. Musical guest: Tim Lake, guitarist and banjo player. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Ballet Español/Robert Moler/Janey Robertson

00:00 | #112 | TV-G

Mara Maldonado of Ballet Español, a Louisville performance troupe specializing in Spanish dance; painter Robert Moler; and music by Janey Robertson of the Louisville Dulcimer Society. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Actors Theatre/University of Kentucky Art Museum/Alma Randolph/African-American Folk Art Exhibit

00:00 | #111 | TV-G

Director Eddie Levi Lee on an Actors Theatre production of The Complete History of America (Abridged), Harriet Fowler on events at the University of Kentucky Art Museum, music by Alma Randolph, and a look at a Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery exhibition of African-American folk art. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Cheryl Skinner and Tripp Bratton/Quilt Exhibit/Louisville Visual Art Association

00:00 | #110 | TV-G

Musicians Cheryl Skinner and Tripp Bratton; quilt expert Shelly Zegart on the "Kentucky Quilts: Roots and Wings" exhibition; Julie Ice, Louisville Visual Art Association; Ken Clay on the culturally diverse offerings of the Kentucky Center for the Arts; and visits to a Speed Art Museum exhibit of the work of Morgan and Marvin Smith and a Kentucky Opera school performance. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Saint James Court Art Show/Joseph Schmidlin/The Kaufman Trio

00:00 | #109 | TV-G

Susan Coleman talks about Louisville's annual Saint James Court Art Show, and silversmith Joseph Schmidlin demonstrates his working process. Musical guest: the Kaufman Trio. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Broadway Series/Blue Apple Players/Gary Brewer

00:00 | #108 | TV-G

A preview of Louisville's 1999-2000 Broadway Series with Bradley Broecker; Paul Lenzi, executive director of the Blue Apple Players; and music by Gary Brewer and family. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Opera/David Ross Stevens/Walden Theatre/Bodeco

00:00 | #107 | TV-G

Deborah Sandler, Kentucky Opera; journalist turned sculptor David Ross Stevens; Walden Theatre's Charles Sexton; and music by Bodeco. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Bunbury Theatre/Julie Schweitzer/Louisville Orchestra/The Java Men

00:00 | #106 | TV-G

Juergen Tossmann previews new productions at the Bunbury Theatre, including his own play Salvage Yard; sculptor Julie Schweitzer talks about her work and Louisville's East Market Street "Gallery District"; and Tim King shares news from the Louisville Orchestra and a performance clip of world-renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman. Musical guests: the Java Men. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Center for the Arts/Speed Art Museum/Louisville Ballet/The Web

00:00 | #105 | TV-G

Dick Van Kleeck, assistant vice president and director of programs for the Kentucky Center for the Arts; Penny Peavler, membership and public information coordinator for the Speed Art Museum; Alun Jones, artistic director of the Louisville Ballet; and music by the Web. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Louisville Youth Orchestra/Jonathan Stokes/Pleiades Theatre Company/Splatch

00:00 | #104 | TV-G

Jim Bates, music director of the Louisville Youth Orchestra; a visit to the Glassworks studio of Jonathan Stokes; Trish Salerno of the Pleiades Theatre Company; and music from Splatch. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Ed Hamilton/Artopia/Stage One/Galloglas

00:00 | #103 | TV-G

Sculptor Ed Hamilton talks about his African-American Civil War Memorial in Washington, DC; John Begley introduces the Louisville Visual Art Association's new exhibit space, Artopia; and Moses Goldberg of Stage One previews Edgar Allan Poe: Tintinnabulations. Musical guest: Galloglas. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Kentucky Shakespeare Festival/Kentucky Thumbpickers/Music Theatre Louisville

00:00 | #102 | TV-G

Celeste Santamassino, associate director of education for the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival; music and discussion with Tuck Raisor, president of the Kentucky Thumbpickers Association; and Diane Bennett, executive director of Music Theater Louisville. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

Actors Theatre/Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery/Stephen Foster: The Musical

00:00 | #101 | TV-G

Frazier Marsh, production manager for Actors Theater of Louisville; Brion Clinkingbeard, director of exhibitions and curator at the Kentucky Art and Craft Gallery; and Bill Coleman, executive producer of Stephen Foster: The Musical in Bardstown. A 1999 KET production hosted by Scott Dowd.

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