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Where ART Thou? Middletown

Season 2 Episode 1 | 27m 26s

Ray journeys to the residence of instrument and aviary builder, Michael Pestel, who composes harmonics interpreting many extinct bird species’ Latin and vernacular names. See where Oddfellows Playhouse stores circus equipment for The Children’s Circus of Middletown. Haitian artist Pierre Sylvain welcomes us to his home studio to view his latest creations in mosaics featuring historic figures.

Aired: 06/25/22
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