17 episodes

A sampling of Ozark creativity through the years, including art, crafts, films, and photography.

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A sampling of Ozark creativity through the years, including art, crafts, films, and photography.

    The Dating Game

    The Dating Game

    Shiloh Museum photo archivist Marie Demeroukas shares tips for making an educated guess about the age of a photo based on knowing who's in the picture, determining how the photo was made, and examining clothing styles, hairstyles, and other visual clues.

    • 42 min
    The Art and History of Glassblowing

    The Art and History of Glassblowing

    Master glassblower Ron Mynatt of Callahan Mountain Studio in Springdale, Arkansas, gives an overview of glassblowing history from ancient times to the present, and explains some of the mechanics behind the art of glassblowing.

    • 53 min
    The Art of Photography with Don House

    The Art of Photography with Don House

    Don House talks about how he got started in photography, his four community photo album projects, and some tips on how to take better photos.

    • 35 min
    Me and Don in the Dark

    Me and Don in the Dark

    Shiloh Museum collections assistant Heather Marie Wells visits museum photographer Don House as he prints photos the old school way--by traditional darkroom chemistry methods. In the interest of podcast length, some of the repetitive parts of the darkroom process have been edited out.

    • 27 min
    The Making of Winter's Bone

    The Making of Winter's Bone

    In May 2010 the producers of the Sundance Film Festival's award-winning film Winter's Bone collaborated with the Shiloh Museum to premiere the film in Arkansas. The producers were familiar with the museum's podcast series, and some of the film's non-Ozark actors used the podcasts to learn a regional dialect.

    This podcast was recorded immediately following the premiere at AMC Theater in Fayetteville, when director Debra Granik, producer Jonathan Scheuer, music advisor Marideth Sisco, and cast member (and Fayetteville native) Lauren Sweetser fielded questions from the audience.

    • 31 min
    Heirloom Textile Care

    Heirloom Textile Care

    Shiloh Museum collections manager Carolyn Reno shares tips on caring for treasured family garments--everything from wedding gowns to letter jackets.

    • 54 min

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