Chautauqua: Charting a Life in the Arts follows four students from Chautauqua Institution Schools of Fine and Performing Arts through their auditions, practices, and performances during the summer of 2013. The story focuses on violinist Adé Williams, singer Jean-Michel Richer, and sibling dancers Colby and Christina Clark as they sharpen their already impressive skills with world-renowned masters at the state-of-the-art facility.

Original airdate: Apr 10, 2014


It's lights, camera, action in this episode of Pittsburgh 360, as we look at the new face of movie-making in Pittsburgh in a tour the bustling 31st Street Studios in the Strip District. We also follow the fascinating story of Hollywood star Carole Lombard, her fairytale life and tragic death as told by Pittsburgh author Robert Matzen. Plus we meet Pittsburgh's inaugural Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Rich Engler.

Original airdate: Apr 10, 2014


On this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we delve into the arts! First, we find out how Gateway to the Arts is using the arts to help students learn STEM. Then we’ll show you just how the Braddock Carnegie Library is giving its patrons access to paintings, sculptures, photographs and more. You’ll get a preview of the program Chautauqua: Charting A Life In The Arts. And finally we’ll introduce you to Cello Fury, a trio of classically trained cellists and a drummer who are combining the classical world with rock music.

Original airdate: Apr 03, 2014


This episode of Pittsburgh 360 celebrates Women's History Month with a focus on three women.
Dr. Zipora "Tsipy" Gur, is Founder and Executive Director of Classrooms Without Borders. The daughter of Holocaust survivors, she's dedicated her life to helping others understand Holocaust by leading study seminars in Poland, Germany and Israel.

Original airdate: Mar 27, 2014


In this extra half-hour of "Apps, Gaps, and the Digital Divide," join host Angela Santomero and guests Michael Levine, Derek Lomas, and Nicolas Jaramillo as they answer audience questions and share their thoughts on technology and education.

Original airdate: Feb 20, 2014


This episode of iQ: smartparent explores the accessibility of broadband and mobile technology to different socioeconomic groups, and whether the digital divide also impacts access to educational content for children in the U.S. and globally.

Original airdate: Feb 20, 2014


Fifty years ago, a quarter of a million people gathered in our nation's capital for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. At that iconic civil rights demonstration, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his most-quoted speech, "I Have A Dream." Pittsburgh area men and women were there; they share their thoughts of that day -- and the events leading up to that time and the ensuing years -- in "Memories of the March."

Original airdate: Feb 13, 2014


In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we’ll find out the story of a Donnybrook taking place in Pittsburgh to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. Then, we take you to the state-of -the-art YMCA building named after civil rights activist Thelma Lovette. We go to the Obama Academy of International Studies and find out how students are learning to cook up nutritious snacks. Finally, we’ll bring you back to WQED where our Write On! Contest is underway.

Original airdate: Feb 13, 2014


This documentary follows the emotional story of a Pittsburgh-area mother who lost her 16-year-old son to suicide. Kathy O'Hern Fowler would emerge as one of the region's best-known advocates for "Survivors of Suicide." The program also focuses on fascinating Pittsburgh research that is testing the brains of teenagers with thoughts of suicide. This Emmy winning documentary is from writer/producer David Solomon with camera/editing by Paul Ruggieri.

Original airdate: Feb 10, 2014


On this episode of Pittsburgh 360, we’re bringing you an episode celebrating winter! First up, Michael Bartley introduces us to a young athlete who has been chosen to play on the Paralympic Hockey Team in Sochi, Russia. Then Tonia Caruso takes us to the ice rink at PPG Place where we’ll find out how the ice is made and cared for all season long. Then we’ll enjoy the sights and sounds of some fascinating winter birds with contributor Doug Oster before we meet the man who created the elaborate ice labyrinth seen at Pittsburgh’s “First Night” celebration.

Original airdate: Jan 30, 2014

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