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YouTube Thumbnail and key art for “Where ART Thou?” Season 3 Episode 6 Northeast Connecticut. Production November 2023 - May 2024. Pictured is hand weaver Peggy Church at her studio in Chaplin. Video Frame Grab by Dave Wurtzel
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Connecticut Public’s celebration of local artists and cultural cornerstones continues. In the latest episode of “Where Art Thou?” we meet Peggy Church, who shares her love of spinning and handweaving. We visit the Mill Museum and learn why Willimantic is the “Thread City.” Plus, wood sculptor John Starinovich shares how he turns tree holes into pieces of art.
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