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PBS TV Present “If You Lived Right here” @ Washington Glass Faculty


If You Lived Right here episode 11

DC’s PBS Station – WETA /by way of Leapfrog Productions – filmed an episode of their well-liked TV present “If You Lived Right here” in Mount Rainier, MD. The episode, which airs Monday, March twentieth at 9 pm, focuses on homes in Mt Rainier, and what makes the realm noteworthy, for this space, the artwork areas and artists have been the main target. Filming happened at Washington Glass Faculty and a few extra footage included the James Renwick Alliance Block Social gathering held in September.

Glass artist Michael Janis talks to WETA TV crew at the Washington Glass School.
WGS Co-Director Michael Janis outlines the significance of arts locally.
Leapfrog Productions video crew finds attention-grabbing angles to cowl for the present.
WGS Contemporary art gallery
Views of the Washington Glass Faculty (WGS Up to date) Gallery.

Viewing info:
Season 3 – Episode 11: Mt. Rainier, MD
Monday, March twentieth at 9 pm on WETA PBS (Channel 26 within the DMV). Monday, March twentieth at 8 pm on WETA Metro: weta.org/watch/metro/livestream
Full episode at weta.org/watch/exhibits/if-you-lived-here


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