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Ballard High School Art Collection
Ballard High School Art Collection
12/16/20100
One of the Seattle`s most extraordinary art collections hangs on the walls of Ballard High School. Filmmaker Michael Harris reveals rare works from Jacob Lawrence to Richard Gilkey. Includes interviews with Dale Chihuly, Brom Wikstrom and Alden Mason.
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Ballard High School Art Collection
One of the Seattle`s most extraordinary art collections hangs on the walls of Ballard High School. Filmmaker Michael Harris reveals rare works from Jacob Lawrence to Richard Gilkey. Includes interviews with Dale Chihuly, Brom Wikstrom and Alden Mason.
Seattle International Film Festival 2010 - Opening Night
Attention Film Fans! Join Art Zone`s Nancy Guppy as she captures the fun, glamour and excitement of the 2010 Seattle International Film Festival! Celebrating its 34th anniversary, this year`s festival features 406 films in 11 venues over 25 days. Don`t miss it!
Tony Angell: Artist

Seattle author, illustrator and sculptor Tony Angell has won numerous writing and artistic awards for his work on behalf of nature including the prestigious Master Artist Award of the Leigh Yawkey Art Museum. Produced for the Seattle Channel by John Forsen.

Alaska Yukon Pacific Expo: Seattle's Forgotten World's Fair

This one-hour documentary celebrates the centennial of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition (AYPE) otherwise known as Seattle first world's fair. Launched in 1909, the AYPE was initially conceived to expand upon Alaskan exhibits at the Lewis and Clark Exposition of 1905. The AYPE's mission extended to encompass geographical, historical, ethnographic and commercial display of the Pacific Rim.

Shaking the Shelves: Discovering A-Y-P
Follow five amateur history detectives as they explore forgotten corners of Seattle`s first World`s Fair of 1909, the Alaskan Yukon Pacific Exposition, through a public program run by the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI).
Alfredo Arreguin: Artist

Born in Mexico, Alfredo Arreguin developed as an artist in Seattle, where he has resided since 1958. Arreguin`s work is in many collections, including The Smithsonian Institution and the National Academy of Science. Produced for the Seattle Channel by John Forsen.

Jazz Alley

Jazz Alley

12/11/2008

Since 1980, Dimitrou's Jazz Alley has been a West Coast "must" for all the towering figures in the world of jazz - stars such as Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Betty Carter, and Bill Evans have played there. In this 2008 feature, local jazz singer Kibibi Monie takes a trip behind the scenes at Jazz Alley to learn what has made this Seattle icon such a success.

Alden Mason: Artist

This well deserved and beautiful program chronicles the life of painter Alden Mason. Elegantly shot, it follows Mason from his early Skagit Valley days through his rise as an internationally known Seattle artist. Produced for the Seattle Channel by John Forsen.

Paul Marioni: Artist

Paul Marioni has influenced every medium of glass art. His determination to uncouple the lead line from imagery in windows and later to bring meaningful imagery into blown glass has liberated overlooked possibilities in both media. Marioni 's blown and painted works include visual puns, his signature inventions and unique kinetic forms. His themes encompass pre-conscious knowledge, the penetration for the momentary by the eternal as well as the potential for dreams and ecstatic states to bring unconscious material to awareness. Produced for the Seattle Channel by John Forsen.

The J.P. Patches and Stan Boreson Holiday Special

Join TV legends JP Patches and Stan Boreson for a 90-minute holiday special.

Close-up with Bill Frisell

Seattle based guitarist Bill Frisell shares his journey from high school clarinet player to Grammy-award winning musical innovator.

Rosie The Riveter Local Women's Stories

Six local women tell their personal stories of what it was like to be a "Rosie the Riveter" during World War II. Co-produced with Washington Women in Trades.

Award-winning video: 2003 National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA)Government Programming, Second Place in Documentary Profile

Transcript of this video available here.

From the Archives: Just Like Noah

"Just Like Noah" follows Noah Gray as he struggles with illness and homelessness on the streets of Seattle. This award-winning documentary created by Christina Darden and Ralph Bevins first aired in 2001.