Arts '73

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Arts '73/Arts '74/Arts '75
Genre arts
Directed by John McGreevy
Presented by Helen Hutchinson (1973)
Sol Littman (1974)
Pat Patterson (1974-1975)
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
Production
Executive producer(s) Roger Kennedy
Producer(s) Nancy Ryley (1973)
Garth Price
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network CBC
Original release March 8, 1973 – June 22, 1975

Arts '73, Arts '74 and Arts '75[1] was a Canadian television series which aired on CBC Television between March 8, 1973 and June 22, 1975. The show was hosted by Helen Hutchinson (1973), Sol Littman (1974) and Pat Patterson (1974–1975)

Some of the featured people included painter A.Y. Jackson, radio producer Andrew Allan, painter Jack Chambers, film historian John Kobal, tapestry maker Tamara Jaworski and composer Marek Norman.

Arts was a newsmagazine which featured items and guests from the subject of arts including visual, literary and performing arts in Canada and international.

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  1. ^ The year in the title changed according to the then current year

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