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This edition: October 2017

Episode Details

Original tape date: September 8, 2017.

First aired: October 10, 2017.

Tony Guida hosts this episode of Arts in the City which features:

The Museum of the City of New York which has a new permanent exhibit on the history of New York City using interactive exhibits to bring it to life. Mike Gilliam reports.

Tinabeth Piña meets Andy Cavatorta -- a sculptor working with sound and robotics.

Andrew Falzon visits the Museum of the Moving Image's exhibit on Jim Henson.

Donna Hanover stops by Engine15/Ladder18 and meets Ashley, the dog who lives there AND has her own Instagram account, thanks to the FDNY firefighters who love her.

Vianora Vinca check out the Queens College Costume collection.

The show uncovers this month's Hidden Gem: Merchant's House.

Guest List

Kelbert Ang Queens College/CUNY

Anthony Bellov Board Member, Merchant's House Museum

Andy Cavatorta Sculptor

Tiffany Haviv Student, Queens College/CUNY

Sarah Henry Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Museum of the City of New York

Barbara Miller Curator of the Collection & Exhibitions, Museum of the Moving Image

Firefighter Michel-Victor Noel FDNY

Emily Ripley Curator of Queens College Costume Collection, Queens College/CUNY

Craig Shemin President, Jim Henson Legacy

Capt. Gerard Siani FDNY

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