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Episode 220

  • Aired: 02/20/2014
  • 26:48
  • Rating: NR
On the edge: we meet an artist who sculpts with live fire, and visit a collage designer of free-form books that break all the rules of reading. Next, we discover a sculptor of Detroit’s ruins, and visit a painter who explores Native American culture with modern technology – and skateboards. Co-Host Rebecca Hoffberger, American Visionary Art Museum.
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Episode 220
Fire sculpture, free-form books, Native American skateboards, ruins of Detroit sculptor.
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