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Street Art ThrowdownStreet Art Throwdown

Oxygen Media dares to be different as it brings art to life with its groundbreaking, adrenaline-charged competition series Street Art Throwdown. World-renowned street artist Justin BUA serves as host, co-judge and executive producer on the show, which pits 10 of the country's most promising artists against one another. The series tests not only their physical stamina, but also pushes their artistic skills to the limit in hopes of jumpstarting their career with a $100,000 grand prize. Street Art Throwdown is shot at some of the most iconic Los Angeles locations as young, passionate hopefuls strive to bring their vision to life and showcase their work to the world. Furiously scaling walls, climbing fences and navigating underground tunnels, these artists must have the talent, style and hustle to battle it out to the end.


Project Runway PolandProject Runway Poland

The show follows a group of fashion designers as they compete against each other to avoid being "the next fashion victim" and win the competition. The programme is based upon the US reality show Project Runway.


The Story of Women and ArtThe Story of Women and Art

The 3-episode mini-series, The Story Of Women And Art, follows Amanda Vickery as she finds out more about female creativity in Western art and why it and their works have been suppressed.


The Story of Scottish ArtThe Story of Scottish Art

In a four-part series, artist Lachlan Goudie traces the development of Scottish art from the Neolithic Era to the present day, and looks at its impact on the international art world.


A Very British RenaissanceA Very British Renaissance

A documentary series which sees James Fox taking a look at the forgotten British Renaissance as he celebrates a time that saw the country give up its medieval shackles and enter into a world of cutting-edge art, literature, architecture and science.


Art of ChinaArt of China

This series, presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon, takes a visit to China to uncover the history of its art.


Concrete TVConcrete TV

Concrete TV, is a public access show in New York City aired on Channel 67 (public access), combining violence, sex, pornography, new video, old video in a video collage artform set to music. This half hour program is produced by Ron Rocheleau, known as 'Concrete Ron'. It is shown Friday nights at 1:30 AM. Episodes are heavily thematically based in 1980s video, hearkening back to the early MTV days, in a mash-up art style.


Painting the TownPainting the Town

Artist Eric Dowdle creates folk-art paintings of specific destinations after visiting them. Each episode features his tour of a specific city or town, during which he learns about its people, history and unique cuisine. He also uncovers quirky facts and unusual aspects of its past. He then creates a painting about his experiences and the folks he met along the way.


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