This week on Artworks,
David Ebbinghouse, one of the designers participating in this year’s Trashion Refashion Show tells Annie Corrigan why an event like this is right up his alley.
Also on the program,
We speak with cast members of the upcoming Charles Dickens Variety Show… yes, you read that right. We’ll get a sneak preview of their acts from Artworks’ Adam Schwartz.
Then orchestral conductor Roger Kalia stops by the studio with a special announcement and an update as part of our Artist in the Making series.
Sculpture comes to life at the WonderLab, and operatic selections from an 18th century master are re-envisioned from the perspective of that historic time period.
Stories On This Episode
By Annie Corrigan - Apr 17, 2012
Belt made of duct tape. Necklaces sewn together with pop-tops. Wet suits turned into dresses. It must be Trashion Refashion.
By David Wood - Apr 18, 2012
Conductor Roger Kalia talks about what's in store for the rest of the year and has an exciting announcement.
By Adam Schwartz - Apr 19, 2012
An evening of Dickensian entertainments showcase the great novelist’s second career—that of performance artist.
By Yaël Ksander - Apr 17, 2012
WonderLab's Science of Art series continues with a garden designer who proposes that a playful, creative approach might be the only way to save the world.