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This edition: August 2017

Episode Details

Original tape date: June 28, 2017.

First aired: August 11, 2017.

Magalie Laguerre Wilkinson hosts this episode of Arts in the City from the Chihuly exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden.

The show features Pure Vision Arts (PVA) -- Manhattan’s first specialized art studio and exhibition space for artists with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Tinabeth Piña gets DOOBED and learns how science and art come together to create 3D selfies.

Carol Anne Riddell sits down with Rita Satz the author of the new poetry book There You Are.

Pat Collins tells what Broadway shows to see before Labor Day!

The CUNY School of Journalism profiles the life of a Russian artist.

Kyung Yoon meets the latest person taking the jazz world by storm -- Grace Kelly.

The show uncovers this month's Hidden Gem – SWALE -- which is a floating food forest built on a barge that travels to piers throughout New York City!

Guest List

Susan Brown Artist

Christopher Chronopoulos Artist

Chase Ferguson Artist

Elisa Huberman Artist

Grace Kelly Jazz Musician. Singer and Songwriter

Mary Mattingly Artist and Founder, SWALE

Jonnie Rettele Production Coordinator, DOOB USA

Pamala Rogers Director, Pure Vision Arts

Rita Satz Author

Anna Shtorm Artist

Jeff Williams Business Manager, DOOB USA

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