Arts & Culture
Mosaic is WITF’s home for all things arts, culture and lifestyle.
We spotlight and uplift the creators around us, featuring amazing artists, musicians, authors, chefs, dancers, designers, photographers, and more.
Take flight as we explore the wonders of Pennsylvania from an altitude of 400 feet.
In Artists, we bring into focus the inspiring creators found around us. Their stories, passions and personalities are as unique as their art.
Civilian Soldier School puts two civilians through Army National Guard training at Fort Indiantown Gap. WITF Creative Director Mitch Mathias and Producer/Host Keira McGuire undergo basic training, including the Army Combat Fitness Test. One of them exercises fairly regularly—the other, not so much. Will they succeed?
Immerse yourself in the worlds of your favorite PBS shows! Join us to share fresh perspectives, recaps and reactions as we take a closer look into the lives of our most beloved characters!
The Spark Features focus on arts & culture and human-interest stories. We’ll shine a light on the gems of Pennsylvania like business owners, artists, people with unique skillsets, interests and from all walks of life.
Join host Keira McGuire as she checks adventures off of the To Do List. Considered zip lining but not sure what it’s actually like? Join us for this excursion and many more and create your own to do list!
Help us grow our catalog of original arts & culture content with a gift today.
Host Keira McGuire is cooking up great food and conversation on The Cookery. Join us as folks in the kitchen share their stories and passion for the craft.
The Melanin Report is a weekly 3-part news conversation, hosted by Marquis Lupton, covering stories, issues, and information pertinent to BIPOC community members in Midstate Pennsylvania.
9 Second Looks
There is beauty and wonder all around us yet we often fail to notice. Come along as we step into these places and enjoy this easily Overlooked Art.
Interviews, photos and music videos, featuring local musicians who have stopped by the
WITF performance studio to share a little discussion and sound.
For Liz Fulmer, the teachings of the Bible are not separate from everyday life. She feels the divine in her interactions with people and through her music. From her toddler years, growing up in church and at Berklee as a voice major, music has been a constant in Liz’s life. It has helped her to understand herself, her faith and the world. After she and her band performed two songs in our studio from her latest release, The Bible Tells Me So, she sat down to talk about her music, the intersection of faith and sexual identity, her work as a pastor at Grandview Church as well as favorite apps, pets and podcasts.
Pick of the Month
Every month we’ll recommend a great book for you to check out or read with your book club — from biographies and novels to poetry, children’s books and more.
A newly sober, orphaned son of Iranian immigrants, guided by the voices of artists, poets, and kings, embarks on a remarkable search for a family secret that leads him to a terminally ill painter living out her final days in the Brooklyn Museum. Electrifying, funny, and wholly original, Martyr! heralds the arrival of an essential new voice in contemporary fiction.