We visit the exhibit “No Place Like Home: American Scene Painting” at the SLU Art Museum, showing regionalist paintings from the private collection of Rex Sinquefield – and talk with Mr. Sinquefield about his interest in art.

The photographs of Austrian artist Heimrad Baecker are on exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver. They document the remnants of Nazi Germany and the holocaust, a perspective that is influenced by his own participation in the Hitler Youth.

The world of Downton Abbey provides a glimpse into the opulent world of upper crust society around the turn of the 20th century. At the Museum of the City of New York an exhibit on the Gilded Age offers insight into life among the upper class in the late 19th century America.

Michael Cina is an award winning graphic artist, designer and creative director who was among the first to display his work on the web. We go into his studio and hear him talk about his work.

The Beauty Box is a site-specific art installation and performance space in the economically challenged Third Ward in Houston, which reveals aspects of life in the African American community there around the time of the Civil Rights movement.


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