Articulate believes that art is for everyone, that creative expression is a basic human need, and that culture tells us who we are. As such, we approach artists as deep thinkers and doers who both reflect, and help shape, our understanding of the world. Articulate with Jim Cotter; Stories from where life meets art.Visit Articulate Website
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Celebrated pianist Simone Dinnerstein, in concert and conversation, with Jim Cotter.
Carsie Blanton, Matthew Neenan, Modigliani, Luis Cruz Azaceta
Artist Ellen Harvey, Indian dance, musician Xenia Rubinos.
Larry Gold. Bach's Variations. Illustrator Kevin Cornell, Sculptor Michael Murphy.
The art of the tango, artist and former inmate Jesse Krimes, tenor Stephen Costello.
Stained glass artist Judith Schaechter, tattoos, singer Eric Owens.
Rapper George Watsky, life lessons from theater, quilter Dindga McCannon
Conductor Fabio Luisi. Scholarly translations. Choreographer Elizabeth Streb.
Carsie Blanton uses an old musical form to help change the way women are perceived today.
Cuban-American artist Luis Cruz Azaceta reflects on modern society’s great tragedies.
From a very young age, life has been a dance for choreographer Matthew Neenan.
Amedeo Modigliani died a broken man, but his art has endured.
Bharatanatyam survived colonial oppression to embody Indian identity at home and abroad.
Though she's a successful visual artist, Ellen Harvey remains obsessed with failure.
Xenia Rubinos’ complex music is infused with simple messages about big ideas.
Classically trained cellist Larry Gold has been orchestrating pop classics for a lifetime.
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