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CURATE SEASON 2

Friday, January 19th

5:00pm on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Episode 11

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that uses natural materials. Our 757 feature is Portsmouth clay sculptor Steven Marder, who operates one of the only wood fired kilns in this region of Virginia. We?ll also take a look at Tannersville artist Laura Lee Lanchantin and visit storm photographer Stephen Locke. We?ll check in with Curate U?s student video project featuring potter Cat Peterson and catch up with Williamsburg artist Merrilee Cleveland.

5:02pm on
Runtime: 00:28:46
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Episode 11

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that uses natural materials. Our 757 feature is Portsmouth clay sculptor Steven Marder, who operates one of the only wood fired kilns in this region of Virginia. We?ll also take a look at Tannersville artist Laura Lee Lanchantin and visit storm photographer Stephen Locke. We?ll check in with Curate U?s student video project featuring potter Cat Peterson and catch up with Williamsburg artist Merrilee Cleveland.

8:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 12 NEW

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore artists that are self-taught. Our 757 feature is Eastern Shore artist Mama Girl, who creates folk art using newspaper and glue. We?ll also take a look at illustrator Stuart Ratcliff and catch up with Virginia Beach artist Lorraine Fink. We?ll visit the students of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High submitted thanks to a video submitted by Michael Walker.

Saturday, January 20th

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 12

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore artists that are self-taught. Our 757 feature is Eastern Shore artist Mama Girl, who creates folk art using newspaper and glue. We?ll also take a look at illustrator Stuart Ratcliff and catch up with Virginia Beach artist Lorraine Fink. We?ll visit the students of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High submitted thanks to a video submitted by Michael Walker.

5:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 12

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore artists that are self-taught. Our 757 feature is Eastern Shore artist Mama Girl, who creates folk art using newspaper and glue. We?ll also take a look at illustrator Stuart Ratcliff and catch up with Virginia Beach artist Lorraine Fink. We?ll visit the students of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High submitted thanks to a video submitted by Michael Walker.

Sunday, January 21st

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 12

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore artists that are self-taught. Our 757 feature is Eastern Shore artist Mama Girl, who creates folk art using newspaper and glue. We?ll also take a look at illustrator Stuart Ratcliff and catch up with Virginia Beach artist Lorraine Fink. We?ll visit the students of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High submitted thanks to a video submitted by Michael Walker.

Friday, January 26th

8:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 13 NEW

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reveals history. Our 757 feature is visiting artist Wayne White, who creates large scale puppets celebrating local history. We?ll also check in with Curate U?s student video project featuring silversmith Jane Ritchie and take a look back at Curate season 2.

Saturday, January 27th

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 13

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reveals history. Our 757 feature is visiting artist Wayne White, who creates large scale puppets celebrating local history. We?ll also check in with Curate U?s student video project featuring silversmith Jane Ritchie and take a look back at Curate season 2.

Sunday, January 28th

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 13

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reveals history. Our 757 feature is visiting artist Wayne White, who creates large scale puppets celebrating local history. We?ll also check in with Curate U?s student video project featuring silversmith Jane Ritchie and take a look back at Curate season 2.

Friday, February 2nd

5:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode 13

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reveals history. Our 757 feature is visiting artist Wayne White, who creates large scale puppets celebrating local history. We?ll also check in with Curate U?s student video project featuring silversmith Jane Ritchie and take a look back at Curate season 2.

8:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode One

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reaches into the community. The Hermitage Museum and Gardens recently broke boundaries when they brought Burning Man to Norfolk, this was the first museum exhibition dedicated to the Burning Man event held annually in Nevada. Immersive, large-scale sculptures and interactive installations transformed the Heritage grounds into a magical oasis. We'll take a look at sculptor David Rogers, whose big bugs exhibit has livened up Columbus, Ohio and travel to Nevada to take a look at creating space for local artists as well as an annual mural contest for national artists.

Saturday, February 3rd

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode One

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reaches into the community. The Hermitage Museum and Gardens recently broke boundaries when they brought Burning Man to Norfolk, this was the first museum exhibition dedicated to the Burning Man event held annually in Nevada. Immersive, large-scale sculptures and interactive installations transformed the Heritage grounds into a magical oasis. We'll take a look at sculptor David Rogers, whose big bugs exhibit has livened up Columbus, Ohio and travel to Nevada to take a look at creating space for local artists as well as an annual mural contest for national artists.

Sunday, February 4th

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode One

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reaches into the community. The Hermitage Museum and Gardens recently broke boundaries when they brought Burning Man to Norfolk, this was the first museum exhibition dedicated to the Burning Man event held annually in Nevada. Immersive, large-scale sculptures and interactive installations transformed the Heritage grounds into a magical oasis. We'll take a look at sculptor David Rogers, whose big bugs exhibit has livened up Columbus, Ohio and travel to Nevada to take a look at creating space for local artists as well as an annual mural contest for national artists.

Thursday, February 8th

5:03pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode One

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore art that reaches into the community. The Hermitage Museum and Gardens recently broke boundaries when they brought Burning Man to Norfolk, this was the first museum exhibition dedicated to the Burning Man event held annually in Nevada. Immersive, large-scale sculptures and interactive installations transformed the Heritage grounds into a magical oasis. We'll take a look at sculptor David Rogers, whose big bugs exhibit has livened up Columbus, Ohio and travel to Nevada to take a look at creating space for local artists as well as an annual mural contest for national artists.

Friday, February 9th

8:30pm on
Runtime: 00:25:56
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Episode Two

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore young artists taking traditional art forms to a new level. Our featured 757 artist is 25 year old wood sculptor Spencer Tinkham of Norfolk, who brings a fresh sensibility to the ancient medium of wood working. We'll explore metalsmithing with contemporary jewelry artist Jera Rose Petal Lodge from Houston and visit Boston organist Cameron Carpenter who defies convention in the world of classical music. We'll also feature singer Giselle Bellas from Orlando Florida and her passion for all styles of music and we will catch up with local artist John Tobin, featured in Curate season 1.

Sunday, February 11th

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:56
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Episode Two

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore young artists taking traditional art forms to a new level. Our featured 757 artist is 25 year old wood sculptor Spencer Tinkham of Norfolk, who brings a fresh sensibility to the ancient medium of wood working. We'll explore metalsmithing with contemporary jewelry artist Jera Rose Petal Lodge from Houston and visit Boston organist Cameron Carpenter who defies convention in the world of classical music. We'll also feature singer Giselle Bellas from Orlando Florida and her passion for all styles of music and we will catch up with local artist John Tobin, featured in Curate season 1.

Friday, February 16th

5:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:56
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Episode Two

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we explore young artists taking traditional art forms to a new level. Our featured 757 artist is 25 year old wood sculptor Spencer Tinkham of Norfolk, who brings a fresh sensibility to the ancient medium of wood working. We'll explore metalsmithing with contemporary jewelry artist Jera Rose Petal Lodge from Houston and visit Boston organist Cameron Carpenter who defies convention in the world of classical music. We'll also feature singer Giselle Bellas from Orlando Florida and her passion for all styles of music and we will catch up with local artist John Tobin, featured in Curate season 1.

8:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:45
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Episode Three

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we examine how art can reveal our humanity. Our featured 757 artist is Clayton Singleton of Norfolk whose work focuses on education, dreams, courage, perseverance, and beauty thorough mixed media. We'll take a look at New York photographer Seven McCurry's work and his iconic photos from India. We'll travel to Texas to explore the writings of Maya Angelou and meet Houston's Forrest Prince who found his way after a long difficult journey.

Sunday, February 18th

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:45
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Episode Three

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we examine how art can reveal our humanity. Our featured 757 artist is Clayton Singleton of Norfolk whose work focuses on education, dreams, courage, perseverance, and beauty thorough mixed media. We'll take a look at New York photographer Seven McCurry's work and his iconic photos from India. We'll travel to Texas to explore the writings of Maya Angelou and meet Houston's Forrest Prince who found his way after a long difficult journey.

Friday, February 23rd

8:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode Four

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we examine how art can reveal visions of America. Our featured 757 artist is Emily Bartelt of Norfolk who explores aspects of daily life and the ever-changing fabric of American culture through glass. We'll take a look at Colorado photographer Susanne Heintz's work, and her satiric look at the American family and Anna Skibska and her work with light and glass. We'll also feature Alaskan artist Clarissa Rizel and the art of weaving within the Chilkat Tribe.

Sunday, February 25th

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode Four

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we examine how art can reveal visions of America. Our featured 757 artist is Emily Bartelt of Norfolk who explores aspects of daily life and the ever-changing fabric of American culture through glass. We'll take a look at Colorado photographer Susanne Heintz's work, and her satiric look at the American family and Anna Skibska and her work with light and glass. We'll also feature Alaskan artist Clarissa Rizel and the art of weaving within the Chilkat Tribe.

Tuesday, February 27th

5:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Episode Four

This week as we showcase creative minds from Hampton Roads and across America, we examine how art can reveal visions of America. Our featured 757 artist is Emily Bartelt of Norfolk who explores aspects of daily life and the ever-changing fabric of American culture through glass. We'll take a look at Colorado photographer Susanne Heintz's work, and her satiric look at the American family and Anna Skibska and her work with light and glass. We'll also feature Alaskan artist Clarissa Rizel and the art of weaving within the Chilkat Tribe.