The influence of craft making on American culture and the work of various artists are explored.
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Artists committed to sharing their skills and passion for craft with students of all ages
Discover the role craft plays in our winter holiday traditions, rituals, and festivities.
Featuring finely crafted handmade instruments and the world renowned artists who play them
Documenting craft and the military and the power of the handmade to inspire and heal
Sculptor Patrick Dougherty on his work. NATURE episode PBS premiere: Friday April 21, 2017
Miranda Belarde-Lewis on the importance of traditional ecological knowledge
Book artist Catherine Alice Michaelis on her book "The Three Sisters."
Book artist Catherine Alice Michaelis shows us her spool/scroll books.
Artists explore the beauty and wonder of the natural world. PBS Premiere: April 21, 2017
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From secret histories to off-the-beaten path landmarks, WETA Neighborhoods reveals the lesser-known aspects of our favorite greater Washington surroundings.
Live performances from some of today's finest chamber musicians, recorded in the acoustically superb Barns at Wolf Trap.
In the 1970s and 1980s, Arlington, VA was a destination for Vietnamese immigrants.
Are you in kindergarten, first, second or third grade? Starting with, “I walked out into my neighborhood and…,” tell us your story for a chance to win one of our many prizes!
WETA has partnered with the Arlington Historical Society to tell stories about our area's past.
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