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This edition: July 2017

Episode Details

Original tape date: June 26, 2017.

First aired: July 14, 2017.

Mike Gilliam visits the Museum of the City of New York's exhibit, "A City Seen: Todd Webb's Post War II New York 1945 - 1960."

CUNY's Graduate School of Journalism presents Artist Ronald Ritzie.

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson meets artist James McMullan who has been creating Lincoln Center Theater’s iconic posters for over 30 years.

Barry Mitchell visits The World Science Festival and shows us how Art & Science are connected.

Donna Hanover meets EMMY & Peabody winning writer -- Sherman Yellen.

Andrew Falzon discovers the unexpected work of fashion photographer Richard Phibbs.

Tinabeth Piña uncovers this months hidden gem - the popular spaces of The New York City Parks Department for the summer.

Guest List

Sean Corcoran Curator of Prints and Photographs, Museum of the City of New York

Tracy Day Co-Founder & CEO, World Science Festival

Lars Jan Creator, Holoscenes

James McMullan Principal Poster Artist, Lincoln Center Theater

Richard Phibbs Fashion Photographer

Ronald Ritzie Artist

Bartlett Sher Resident Director, Lincoln Center Theater

Sherman Yellen Author, Playwright, Librettist, Screenwriter

Web Extras

James McMullan, "The King and I" poster

Artist James McMullan shows how he created "The King and I" poster.
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