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  • Teen Kids News (Episode 1426)

    The special two-part top story, sponsored by the National Road Safety Foundation, takes viewers to Litchfield, Minnesota. It’s a small town that’s home to three high school sophomores that won the Safe Rides-Save Lives PSA contest. The inspiration for their idea came from a tragic event that happened in their town last year. Christin files a report on summer internships, and Eric discusses the history of New Hampshire's state flag. Other segments include walk-off home runs, yoga techniques, the organization No Worries Now, and recipes that combine puff pastry and vegetables. Part of the "Teen Kids News" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 22 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:32 PM

  • SPLAT: Pollock and the Science of Paint Viscosity

    Join Nate at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City to discover abstract paintings by renowned artist Jackson Pollock. Visit Pollock's house, and take a peek into his studio, which still houses his original materials. After learning about paint viscosity, a group of kids creates enormous abstract paintings of their own while racing down a zip line. Part of the "Artrageous With Nate" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 29 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:18 PM

  • How to Paint Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel in Bold Watercolors

    Nate shows viewers how to recreate a section of the Sistine Chapel painted by Michelangelo. He also demonstrates how to use watercolor pencils. Part of the "Artrageous With Nate" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 7 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:18 PM

  • What's the Story Behind Edvard Munch and The Scream?

    Every great painting has an incredible story behind it, and "The Scream" is no exception. Join Nate and friends as they uncover the interesting, yet pretty creepy story behind Edvard Munch's painting. The episode finishes with students creating their own "Scream" inspired oil pastel picture. Part of the "Artrageous With Nate" series.

    Production Year: 2015
    Running Time: 11 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:18 PM

  • Chicago's Mural Artist Is Jeff Zimmermann

    In this episode, Nate travels to Chicago to visit artist Jeff Zimmermann. Zimmermann creates massive murals inspired by the community around him. Nate also shows viewers how to create a charcoal picture. Part of the “Artrageous With Nate” series.

    Production Year: 2015
    Running Time: 7 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:18 PM

  • Chicago Painter and Sculptor Will Inspire You

    In this episode, Nate meets with artist Emmett Kerrigan. Kerrigan creates work inspired by the landscapes around him, and he has a passion for using everything from paint to wood. Nate also helps viewers create a painting based on the same principles that Kerrigan uses. Part of the “Artrageous With Nate” series.

    Production Year: 2015
    Running Time: 7 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:18 PM

  • Shattering the Mold: Chihuly and the Science of Glass Blowing

    In this episode, Nate explores the art of glass blowing. At the Toledo Museum of Art, Nate discovers the story behind the world-famous artist Dale Chihuly. Then Nate joins some young artists as they create a thirty foot tall faux-glass sculpture at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Part of the “Artrageous With Nate” series.

    Production Year: 2013
    Running Time: 29 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 03:18 PM

  • Split

    Kids have many thoughts and feelings about divorce, but many don't know how to express their concerns. This is often true of parents as well. The heartfelt stories of twelve children, who experienced divorce, offers families a hopeful message.

    Production Year: 2015
    Running Time: 30 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 01:59 PM

  • Teen Kids News (Episode 1422)

    In many parts of the world today, being born female means a life of hardship and poverty. In this two-part story, Emily interviews Betsy Teutsch. She has written a book about 100 tools that can help empower woman around the world. In flag facts, Eric gives the history of California's state flag, and Christin discusses a study technique that is sure to work. Other segments include the flipped classroom, wild and wacky laws, and a great place to improve leadership skills. Part of the "Teen Kids News" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 22 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 12:38 PM

  • Teen Kids News (Episode 1424)

    In this episode, Amelia reports on stress. She gets advice from an expert and looks at stress trends for teens. Christin explains why cramming for a test is not a good idea, and Nicole files a report on the Ancient Roman Empire. Other segments include the history of Montana's state flag, the relationship between the sun and yoga, and a healthy way to make chicken fingers. Part of the "Teen Kids News" series.

    Production Year: 2016
    Running Time: 22 minutes Date: May 25th, 2017 at 12:38 PM