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Image divided into three parts with abstract art, looking up at a blue sky with clouds between the trees, and a photo of a young woman singing and playing guitar

Visit the studio of abstract artist Julie Evans. Learn about New York Folklore with Ellen McHale. And catch a stunning performance from Belle-Skinner.

Julie Evans

Get caught up in the abstract artwork of artist Julie Evans this week on AHA! A House for Arts. Matt Rogowicz visits her studio in Hudson NY to find out how her trips to India inspired her use of color, form, and composition.

Visit Julie Evans Online

New York Folklore

Ellen McHale is the Executive Director of New York Folklore on Jay Street in Schenectady. What exactly is folklore? See Lara Ayad's interview with Ellen McHale this week on AHA to find out.

Visit New York Folklore Online

Belle-Skinner

Listen to a stunning homage to the tragic love songs of Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton, and more.

Visit Belle-Skinner Online

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Rating: NR

Abstract artwork, folklore, and tragic love songs.

AHA! Season 6 Episode 13
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AHA! 613 | The Abstract Artwork of Julie Evans
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AHA! 613 | The Abstract Artwork of Julie Evans
AHA! 613 | Ellen McHale on New York Folklore
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AHA! 613 | Ellen McHale on New York Folklore
AHA! 613 | Belle-Skinner: "Violets"
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AHA! 613 | Belle-Skinner: "Violets"
AHA! 613 | Belle-Skinner: "Falling into the Earth"
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AHA! 613 | Belle-Skinner: "Falling into the Earth"
AHA! 613 | Belle-Skinner: "Mon Cheri"
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AHA! 613 | Belle-Skinner: "Mon Cheri"