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Here's an idea: a PBS show that examines the connections between pop culture, technology and art.
Vintage interview tapes. New animations.
Symphony of Science remixes PBS icons Mister Rogers, Bob Ross, Julia Child, and LeVar Burton (Reading Rainbow).
Cutting edge art, the artists that make it and the people that share it online
Music producer/DJ Apple Juice Kid and emcee/professor Pierce Freelon take beat making tools to youth communities.
This is a show about science. But it's probably not about science the way you're used to it.Host Joe Hanson uploads new videos every other Monday.
You don't need a ton of money to create high-end visual effects. Join filmmaker Joey Shanks as he documents the process of creating visual effects in his out-of-this world films.
My name is Mike Wilson, call me Coma NiddyI'm here to teach you stuff in 1080pMuseum Educator for like a million yearsScience Explanations, crystal clear
Step behind the lens of New York-based photographer David Friedman for a rare snapshot into the lives of the world's most inspiring creators.
With a uniquely brainy and offbeat style, the National Film Society produces weekly web videos about movies, filmmaking and pop culture.
A science show from Indiana Public Media in cooperation with Indiana University. Hosted by Mandy Striph.
BBQ nerd Aaron Franklin explains the steps beginning to end in creating delicious barbecue in your backyard. A web series from Austin station KLRU.
A network of web originals from PBS