Soprano Leah Partridge sings; pipe organ players perform; an interview with Susan Booth, artistic director of the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta; and using art to help famlies who have lost loved ones in Iraq.
The folk-rock act Indigo Girls perform; the jazz-classical piano competition at Georgia Tech; paper artist Larry Thomas; a look at Flannery O'Connor through newly-discovered letters; public-art appraisal at the Georgia Museum of Art; the work of photographer Jack Leigh.
The fourth-season premiere spotlights the Atlanta Boy Choir; artists Brian Rust and Sunny Taylor; musical group Vientos del Pueblo; and novelist Eugenia Price. Also: a tribute to artist Benny Andrews (1930-2006).
A profile of author Pearl Cleage; a visit to the Albany Museum of Art; two bluegrass bands, the Lewis Family and Cedar Hill; the ice sculptors of Ice Magic; and glassblowing classes at Georgia Southwestern State University.
Several Georgia art galleries are toured, including the Mark of the Potter and the Telfair Museum of Art. Also: a look at Dale Chihuly's sculptures on display at the Atlanta Botanical Garden; Carl Dohn's story of crafting a table for the 2004 G-8 summit of world leaders; and a profile of accomplished artist and former Georgia first lady Betty Foy Sanders.