Detroit Performs TV: Holocaust Memorial Center (Episode 119)

Detroit Performs TV: Holocaust Memorial Center (Episode 119)
November 5, 2013 Cheryl Jones

Artist Samuel Pruchno captures a significant part of his and the world’s history on canvas; We visit the guy behind bringing the Detroit Opera House back to life, Dr. David DiChiera; Critic Car Detroit shares a citizen review; Artist Gary Kachadourian creates a miniature world with his cut-and-fold drawings; And a shining collection of art made with tinsel. Plus, host DJ Oliver takes us around the remarkable Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills.

Watch the Samuel Pruchno segment

Artist Samuel Pruchno captures a significant part of his and the world’s history on canvas.

Watch the Dr. David DiChiera segment

Host DJ Oliver visits the Detroit Opera House and sits down with Dr. David DiChiera, Founder and General Director of the Michigan Opera Theater to discuss the history of theatre and children’s engagement in opera.

Watch the Detroit Symphony Orchestra segment

Critic Car Detroit shares a citizen review of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra’s “Music of John Williams” performance.

Watch the Gary Kachadourian segment

Visual Artist Gary Kachadourian creates unique art through cut and fold drawings.

Watch the Foiled: Tinsel Painting in America segment

Lee Kogan, Curator Emerita of the American Folk Art Museum, gives us a tour of the Foiled: Tinsel Painting in America exhibit.