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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

We give WUCF Artisodes two thumbs up

Posted By on Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 1:42 PM

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Have you seen the new WUCF online shorts about the arts scene in Orlando? It's OK, we know you haven't, because from what we can see, the view counts are fairly dismal. The most views they've gotten: 301 for a video on porcelain art.

Oh, Orlando.

Artisodes is a collaborative effort between PBS and WUCF to preach the gospel of local arts and culture to those who will listen ... or click. It's a weekly series that looks at anything from visual to performing arts and according to their boilerplate, is meant to "educate, inform and entertain."

Here's a collection of some of our favorite shorts for your viewing pleasure!

Porcelain painting! Apparently not just for the bluehairs, it's proof that granny-chic crafts are coming back.

A look at See Art Orlando and public art

Special-effects makeup artist

Rebecca Rose and her Sculpturings (huge, intricately detailed and wearable sculpture rings)

Andrew Spear and a meditation on life as a muralist

A look at Sculptor Barbara Sorensen and her process


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