SMfacebook_circle_gray-128.png   SMinstagram_circle_gray-128.png  SMyoutube_circle_gray-128.png  



Air Date: 
Jul 17, 2015

It's that time of year again, every year for the past five years, a group of world renowned muralists comes to Rochester to join local artists in adding color, texture and vibrancy to our city streets through art. Wall\Therapy artists from across the globe will be in Rochester, painting walls around the city. Keep an eye out while you're out and about, you'll see once bare walls take on a new life as beautiful pieces of art. Lets take a look at a segment produced by Wall\Therapy to get us excited about this new batch of murals... Aired 7/17/15. 

Ben Gonyo Short Films

Air Date: 
Jul 03, 2015

We're highlighting the work of a variety of artists all filmed by local filmmaker Ben Gonyo. He's the man behind the media company, Fish & Crown Creative. Gonyo dedicated time and effort to document the creative energies of a variety of artists such as Katie Carey, Even-Odd Creative, Josh Scott and Amy Rau. Let's take a look at a few of these short vignettes. You can see more of Gonyo's work at fishandcrown.com - Aired 7/3/15.

Rebecca Gilbert

Air Date: 
Jun 19, 2015

What do you get when you combine the talents of an accomplished percussionist, a young jazz pianist, an aspiring bassist and the principle flutist of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra? You get a multi-generational quartet called Flauto Latino. We had the opportunity to record their set at a recent performance at Live from Hochstein here in downtown Rochester. Take a look! Aired 6/19/15. 

ROC Music Initiative

Air Date: 
Jun 13, 2015

We check in with the Eastman School of Music about a unique partnership they have developed with the Rochester City School District. The ROC Music Initiative pairs up the talented musicians of the Eastman School with eager youth right here in our city. The impacts of the program go far beyond learning scales and technique. Watch as music impacts the the young participants in every part of their lives. Produced by the Eastman School of Music. Aired on 6/12/15

Heather Swenson

Air Date: 
May 29, 2015

We visit the Hungerford Building in Rochester, NY. As part of the burdgeoning art scene in Rochester, artist Heather Swenson is using advanced screen printing techniques to create intricate prints. Just see for yourself at how these detailed prints are made, it's pretty impressive. Aired 5/29/15.

Kuumba Consultants

Air Date: 
May 15, 2015

Kuumba means creativity in Swahili. And that's exactly what Kuumba Consultants works to cultivate in young people throughout the Rochester community. They believe art and artistic expression are key to success and are vitally important in the lives of youth in the City of Rochester. Let's hear about what they do. Aired 5/15/15

Richard Margolis

Air Date: 
May 08, 2015

Film or digital? For most of us, digital photography is all we know anymore. But you would be mistaken if you thought film was dead. One look at the work of local photographer Richard Margolis and you'll quickly notice a level of detail that's hard to achieve using modern technology. We visited Richard in his Anderson Alley studio to talk about large format film photography. Take a look. Aired 5/8/15.

Hedonist Chocolates

Air Date: 
May 01, 2015

Rochester's South Wedge is home to public art, neighborhood festivals and culinary creativity. And while you might not think of chocolate or ice cream as the stuff of masterpieces, the people at Hedonist Chocolates channel their creative energy into small batch sweets. Aired 5/1/15.

St. Monci

Air Date: 
Apr 24, 2015

Abstract art is sometimes looked at as something only people deep inside the art world can understand. But local artist, St. Monci says maybe you don't need to try to understand it. Maybe you don't need to know why you like a piece of art; it's ok to just like it because you do. It's ok to not know why. St. Monci plays with shape, color and composition to focus on the fundamentals of art, to focus in on the basics in a very complex and abstract way. Aired 4/24/15.

Cordell Cordaro

Air Date: 
Apr 17, 2015

If you've been in the arts community in Rochester, you've probably heard the name Cordell Cordaro. If not, here's your introduction. Cordell's style has been compared to Toulouse Letrec. His depictions especially of female figures bring up visions of fantasy and whimsy. But success as an artist isn't just about style. We sat down with Cordell to talk about creating community and the business of art. Aired 4/17/15.


Have an Idea for a Show?


Submit an Idea

Back to Top