Kaitlyn Cannon

Made Here | Some Glassie Ladies!

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Glassie Ladies

Glassie Ladies is a stained glass store in Columbia, South Carolina. They sell stained glass sheets as well as offer stained glass, mosaic, and fused glass classes. The owner, Pat Stone, explains her passion for stain glass. She says, "Art comes from your imagination and I think it's important to keep your brain working and have your imagination engaged." She continues, "Being able to offer art as a local business is a passion of mine."

24-year-old responsible for bringing astronomy to her country

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Pranvera Hyseni

Pranvera Hyseni is the Founder and Director of the Astronomy Outreach of Kosovo program.

Hyseni knew she wanted to become an astronomer at a young age. She explains, "Growing up, I figured that we didn't have any astronomers or observatories, or departments that I could study astronomy, and for me, that was somehow depressing, a lot, because I wanted to become an astronomer, and knowing that I couldn't, it wasn't very easy to accept that...so I never actually accepted it." 

Student Reporters Interview Astronaut Charles Duke

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Student Reporters with General Charles Duke

On Friday, July 26th, three high school students eagerly walked up the steps of the South Carolina State Museum. Although it was the midst of summer, these students chose to spend their morning at South Carolina ETV’s final Chasing the Moon event. That is because as they made their way to the third floor of the museum and turned the corner of the Science Exhibit, they knew they were walking into the opportunity of a lifetime.

Made Here | Family Business Creates Handmade Baskets

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Handmade

Handmade is a family-owned and operated basket-making company that has existed for over 20 years. The business was previously owned by Jeff Long's mother and father, before being passed down to him and his wife, Becca, during his parents' retirement.

Made Here | Sustainable Wall Decor

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Wildly Urban Wall Decor

Wildly Urban is a company that creates hand-crafted air plant decor using reclaimed wood and salvaged leather. Owner Carrie Gordon discusses her passion for sustainability. She explains, "I came up with this idea after my husband started his business and we had a lot of leftover wood pieces laying around that he was either going to trash or burn.

City-wide Greenville Art Project | PBS Newshour Student Reporting Labs

By Kaitlyn Cannon

Butterflies

Artist Yuri Tsuzuki created The Butterfly project, which is an art project that emcompasses the entire City of Greenvile, and which took her five years to complete. It was just finished last year. Tsuzuki mentions how the City of Greenville used to be a textile community, and how it has transformed since then. She explains her decision to use butterflies in her artwork, saying, "The buttefly transforms itself. What a great metaphor for the City of Greenville."

Made Here | Hand-made Quilts

By Kaitlyn Cannon

The Quilted Rose Co.

The Quilted Rose Co. is a company that specializes in the creation of hand-made quilts. Business owner Ruth Hong began quilting when she was  thirteen years old, and opened her quilt shop shortly after graduating from high school. One of her customers, Shelley Boomhower, explains that she is impressed that Hong uses a sewing machine instead of a Long Arm quilting machine. "I was really surprised, and I have to admit a little skeptical," Boomhower says.

ETV Carolinas Hosts Annual Science Bowl

By Kaitlyn Cannon

ETV Carolinas Annual Science Bowl

Chatter can be heard throughout the hallways of ETV Carolinas as 5th-grade students excitedly make their way into the studio. They rush to their seats, surrounded by three studio cameras and studio lights shining down on their faces. This isn't a scene they're used to, but they don't let that make them nervous. After studying and preparing for the quiz show for weeks, the students smile eagerly at the camera, anxiously awaiting their TV debut.

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