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Triptych of a copper leaf, a circus performer, and a guitarist


Mark Swanberry

"I started emulating things you find in nature." Inspired by the nature that surrounds him, artist Mark Swanberry transforms copper into branches, leaves, and mushrooms. Visit his studio in Schoharie County to learn how to make a copper leaf with coppertop AHA producer Matt Rogowicz.

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Interview with Aaron Marquise

Aaron Marquise is the Executive Director of the Contemporary Circus and Immersive Arts Center in Troy NY. What exactly are immersive arts? How can audiences immersive themselves in a circus during a global pandemic? Lara Ayad chats with Aaron to learn more.

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Performance by Steve Candlen

Don't miss singer/songwriter Steve Candlen from the WMHT Studios.

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AHA! A House for Arts

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Rating: NR

Copper artistry, immersive arts, and singer/songwriter Steve Candlen.

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AHA! | 614: Mark Swanberry Turns Copper Into Natur
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AHA! | 614: Mark Swanberry Turns Copper Into Natur
AHA! | 614: Aaron Marquise on Immersive Arts
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AHA! | 614: Aaron Marquise on Immersive Arts
AHA! 614 | Steve Candlen: "Long Train Home"
AHA! A House for Arts
AHA! 614 | Steve Candlen: "Long Train Home"
AHA! 614 | Steve Candlen: "Streets of the City"
AHA! A House for Arts
AHA! 614 | Steve Candlen: "Streets of the City"
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