Oregon art beat. Episode 1116. Leah Wingfield & Steve Clements [videorecording] / Oregon Public Broadcasting ; K.C. Cowan, producer.

Title: 
Oregon art beat. Episode 1116. Leah Wingfield & Steve Clements [videorecording] / Oregon Public Broadcasting ; K.C. Cowan, producer.

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Publisher: 
Portland, Or. : Oregon Public Broadcasting, [2010]
Description: 
1 videodisc (10 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Cowan, K.C.
Oregon Public Broadcasting.
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
126129
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Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
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Oregon art beat. Glass artists Leah Wingfield and Steve Clements
Holdings Note: 
DVD
Variant Title: 
Shelving title: Oregon art beat. Glass artists Leah Wingfield and Steve Clements
Glass artist Leah Wingfield & Steve Clements
Notes: 
First aried February 8, 2010.
The first of 3 different segments
Videographer/editor, Tom Shrider.
Glass artists, Leah Wingfield and Steve Clements.
"Leah Wingfield and Steve Clements have a great relationship, both personally and professionally. We'll see how the collaborative process results in amazing cast glass pieces"--http://www.opb.org/programs.
DVD.
Commercially distributed.
Contents: 
Glass artists Leah Wingfield & Steve Clements (10 min.) --
Kristin Mitsu Shiga: Kristin Mitsu Shiga is a metalsmith who makes a wide variety of art. Some of it is conventional jewelry, such as rings and pins, and some of it is high-concept conceptual art at its finest (8 min.) --
Irish dance update: Think that tricky, fast Irish step dancing exists only on a stage with Michael Flatly? Well, you're wrong! Portland is home to some great Irish dancing. Five years ago we met some students who, along with their teachers, were enthusiastic, energetic, and good enough to compete at the world championships in Ireland! Recently we caught up with them to get an update, and invited them to our studio (5 min.)