Flynn has a serious health condition that prevents him from participating in things like sports, so he's developed his own hobby of making art out of recycled materials. Using scrap metal and old car parts, Flynn shows us how he can turn something ordinary into art.
The King and I is a famous musical that's unique because its main cast contains roles for several children, 13 and under. Riley is one of those kids working as part of a Queensland production of the play and giving us a behind the scenes look at the hard work it takes to be a part of the theatre.
When you visit a museum, it's helpful to listen to a commentary track that explains the art to you but at this special exhibit, the art is being described by kids. Find out about this group of kids and how they were able to learn about the art on display so they could explain it to others.
Nat interviews Robby Bast, chainsaw sculptor. Not only is he unbelievably talented, he's taken safety training courses for operating his array of chainsaws. Robby whips out a blowtorch for finishing touches on amazing sculptures that he's done all round the world in competitions.
Exceptional masterpieces from Caravaggio, Titian, Bosch and Van Eyck to Botticelli, Leonardo, Piero della Francesca, Velazquez and Raphael. This series reveals how great artists are not only extraordinary interpreters of art but also true narrators of their times.
A panel of experts examine French classical painter Nicolas Poussin's The Flight Into Egypt, a devotional piece curently housed at the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, the home of the man thought to have been its sponsor.
Host Tim Marlow along with expert guests examines the work of one of the all-time great artists. This eagerly awaited exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, Manet: Portraying Life is captured on film. This is the first ever major exhibition devoted to the portraiture of Edouard Manet, spanning his entire career.
Henri Rousseau was a self-taught Sunday painter who began intensive painting when he was 40 years old. During his time he was belittled and even today some art critics regard his art as purely aesthetic.
A selection of European feature film directors have created a series of short films, each based on one of Edward Hopper's iconic paintings. This short film by French director Valerie Mrejen is based on the Hopper Painting 'Conference At Night'.
There are over 60 artworks on display at the Louvre Museum - sculptures, bas-reliefs, vessels, decorative objects, paintings and drawings - dating from 3000 BC to the 19th century, that tell the story of the long association between man and horse.
James Gleeson is Australia's foremost surrealist painter at 88 years of age, he is also an established poet, art critic and historian. In this program we explore his many influences and the effect of war on his works.
An overview of the life's work of Swiss artist Markus Raetz. Raetz has been creating art for 40 years and his works cover an immensely broad span of different forms of sculpture, photography and sketches.
Presented by Fiona Bruce, with art experts Philip Mould and Bendor Grosvenor. The team are on the hunt for a lost masterpiece by Thomas Gainsborough thought languishing in the stockroom of a gallery or hanging on a museum wall.
A breathtaking visual exploration of Cuba yesterday and today thanks to the video work of Mexico's premiere director of photography, Chuy Chavez. It reveals five decades of revolution though the lenses of five Cuban photographers.
How do contemporary artists address contradiction, ambiguity, and truth? This documentary explores these questions in the work of the artists Allora & Calzadilla, Mark Bradford, Robert Ryman, and Catherine Sullivan.