WHYY's ArtWorks draws on performing and visual arts stories from its sister PBS stations to bring viewers a geographically diverse arts experience.



Featured artists: Axle Contemporary and Amy Leibrand

In this edition of art works, a little impromptu music draws crowds, the art of trash just might be beautiful, an artist creates works of art on her cell phone and a studio on wheels comes rolling into town.

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Who says there’s no place for Chopin and Mozart in South Beach, Florida? It might seem an unlikely venue for a classical music fix, but once a month, a group of local musicians comes together to perform, and anyone who happens upon their impromptu performances is welcome to listen.


Amy Leibrand of Columbus, Ohio, uses her smartphone to bring together her two passions: Photography and science. As a leader in the mobile-photography movement, Leibrand and her work are regularly evolving.


If you happen to be in Albuquerque, New Mexico, perhaps you’ve spotted Axle Contemporary, an art studio and gallery rolling around the city on wheels. It is an art experiment that has Albuquerque abuzz, so join us now as we go along for a ride.