The program includes interviews, artist profiles, local events and exhibitions, and stories of national interest that highlight the character and creativity of Columbus.
The eight-minute feature on Griffith focused on his career at CCAD and his work as an artist, with footage from his garage studio behind his home.
“We wanted to let people in on [Griffith's] artistic side,” said Tom Reiland, general manager for WOSU.
Wolff, who is an independent studio artist as well as a ceramics lab technician at CCAD, was featured in his pottery studio.
Segments from the show will be available at www.wosu.org/broadandhigh, along with web exclusives and bonus features.
Wolff is from La Mirada, CA, where he attended La Mirada High School.
News about Columbus College of Art & Design, including the accomplishments of CCAD alumni, faculty, staff, and students.