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Regular segments covering different aspects of the arts: Art; Music; Drama; Comics; Movies; etc, with guest professionals.

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This is a new concept exhibit where we will have low-sight or blind individuals within the artistic community. You will be able to touch, smell the works of artists such as Steven DaLuz, Susan Budge, Kathy Sosa, Andy Benavides, Robert... more

Jeff Stirl is an actor/musician/entertainer with a Master's degree in Theatre. Jeff loves singing and playing the guitar. He has recently delved into song and playwriting. He is a paranormal investigator with Unknown Paranormal out of... more

Art Opening Saturday, March 9th: 7-11 PM. "Triple Beat"- The Art of Dana Brown, Leslie Pierce and Andrea Pramuk! Three artists' explorations in color, space and volume. This Exhibit coincides with SXSW 2013 in March. Location:... more

Mark Ellis, AKA James Axler. is the author of 50 suspense and science-fiction novels (with more in the offing) as well as being a comics creator. Under his pen name of James Axler, he created the best-selling OUTLANDERS series,... more

Jessica Cameron was born and raised in Owen Sound, Ontario in Canada and moved to Toronto to study fashion at Ryerson University. After finishing her degree she moved to Ohio to work as a fashion designer and in her spare time... more

Country music superstar Gary Morris returns to Arts Talk. After a self imposed hiatus from music to focus on other ventures, Gary Morris returned to the road and to the studio, much to the delight of his fans. Amidst the 2011 tour, One... more

This week on Arts Talk with the Johnson Brothers we talk about art, music, movies and more.

Tressie Seegers is an artist/musician in Austin, Texas and founder/director of the Austin Harmony Project. The project is a non-profit art and music program for adults with disabilities serving ages 16 and up.

Frank Page is an illustrator and cartoonist in Central New York. He is also a graphic designer and editorial cartoonist at the Rome Daily Sentinel. In the fall of 2001, Frank moved to Utica, NY. One Saturday morning while lying on his... more

"Cancer believe it or not, has made me become a stronger and more attentive person. It challenges me everyday. I create everyday and am thankful to be alive everyday." - Katherine BrownKat (Katherine) lives in San Antonio, Texas. On... more
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