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This edition: November 2017

Episode Details

Original tape date: October 24, 2017.

First aired: November 14, 2017.

Tony Guida hosts this episode of Arts in the City from the Noguchi Museum in Queens! The show includes segments about:

The Center in Greenwich Village. Lisa Beth Kovetz explores the heart & home of NYC's LGBT community. The center also happens to be a treasure trove of art!

Mike Gilliam learns the art of glass blowing in Brooklyn.

Barry Mitchell take us behind the scenes at Gulliver's Gate and learns how artists create the landmark miniatures.

Ernabel Demillo goes backstage at Miss Saigon and meets its lead actress -- Eva Noblezada.

Tinabeth Piña meets musician & CUNY professor David Grubbs.

We uncover this month's hidden gem: Fraunces Tavern Museum.

Guest List

Kate Conway Model Maker, Gulliver’s Gate

Adrian Davies Head of Model Making, Gulliver’s Gate

David Grubbs Professor of Music, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Michael Langer Founder & CEO, Gulliver’s Gate

Larry List Model Maker, Gulliver’s Gate

Eva Noblezada Actress, ‘Kim’, “Miss Saigon”

Jessica B. Phillips Executive Director, Fraunces Tavern Museum

Kelsey Sellenraad Model Maker, Gulliver’s Gate

Leo Tecosky Artist in Residence, Brooklyn Glass

Robert Woodworth Director of Capital Projects, The Center

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