This edition: June 2018Tweet
Original tape date: June 12, 2018.
First aired: June 12, 2018.
On this month’s Arts in the City: Carol Anne Riddell comes to you from the Brooklyn Museum, where an exhibit on iconic musician David Bowie is currently running. Ernabel DeMillo visits the Art of March exhibit at the Society of Illustrators, which tells the story of John Lewis’ journey through the civil rights movement. Neil Rosen previews the film Disobedience, interviewing the stars of the film - Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, and Alessandro Nivola. Barry Mitchell brings the story of a mental health filmmakers competition, and Carol Anne Riddell interviews historical mystery author Mariah Fredericks about her book, “A Death of No Importance.” Finally, Donna Hanover pulls the strings - literally - at the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre in Central Park.
Charles Brownstein Co-Curator, “The Art of March: A Civil Rights Masterpiece”
Bruce Cannon Artistic Director, Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre
Jonathan Curtis Deputy Director of Development and Communications, Community Access
Eric DiMarco Director, “Overcoming Dyslexia” (2018)
Mariah Fredericks Author, “A Death of No Importance.”
Rafe Karen Director, “D.N.G.U. (Do Not Give Up)” (2016)
Rachel McAdams Actor, “Disobedience”
Christian Montes “Overcoming Dyslexia” (2018)
Alessandro Nivola Actor, “Disobedience”
Nate Powell Artist, “The Art of MARCH: A Civil Rights Masterpiece”
Rachel Weisz Actor, “Disobedience”