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Past Programs

AHA! | History

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History is full of art. Glance back in time to learn about our creative past.

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AHA! | Detail

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The devil is in the detail – and so is art. From abstract painting to antique furniture, look at how every detail shapes art.

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AHA! | Source

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Let’s get to the source of artists’ work!

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AHA! | People

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Take a look at the stuff people are made of, from DNA to cultural tradition.

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AHA! | Youth Culture

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This show focuses on the connection between art, illustration, and youth.

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AHA! | Sculpt

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From shadows to light, sculpture influences color, space, and surroundings.

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AHA! | Crafty

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From motorcycles to craft beer, art can be found in unexpected places.

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AHA! | Ageless

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Art, music, and performance have neither an age limit nor an expiration date. This program highlights art that reaches all people – both young and old.

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AHA! | Music

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This show is dedicated to the soundscape of music and performance.

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AHA! | Makers

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Learn about the unique and varied work of art makers.

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Underwriting Provided By

M & T Bank

Leo Cox Beach

And contributors to the WMHT Venture Fund including Chet and Karen Opalka, Robert & Doris Fischer Malesardi and The Robison Family Foundation

Captioning is being provided, in part, by a grant from Theatre Development Fund's TAP Plus Program in partnership with the New York State Council of the Arts

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Arts & Culture

Love Is Hazardous Material in TheatreFIRST’s ‘Fire Work’ Love Is Hazardous Material in TheatreFIRST’s ‘Fire Work’
Lauren Gunderson's latest play explores the near-impossibility of love under choking state-sponsored repression.