Arts and Music

WETA Arts

WETA Arts, a local program from WETA, celebrates the visual and performing arts in the DC area. This magazine-style program presents a variety of stories, profiles, and discussions, introducing emerging and established artists alike.

WETA Arts November 2021

28m 36s

Get to know the dedicated members of the American Military Spouses Choir as they sing together for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Explore the fascinating ocean crossing of the Statue of Liberty’s “little sister.” Plus, host Felicia Curry talks with Lisa Warwick of the DC Public Library’s People’s Archive about local music and cultural history.

Episodes

  • WETA Arts November 2021: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    WETA Arts November 2021

    S9 E3 - 28m 36s

    Get to know the dedicated members of the American Military Spouses Choir as they sing together for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Explore the fascinating ocean crossing of the Statue of Liberty’s “little sister.” Plus, host Felicia Curry talks with Lisa Warwick of the DC Public Library’s People’s Archive about local music and cultural history.

  • WETA Arts October 2021: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    WETA Arts October 2021

    S9 E2 - 29m

    This month, host Felicia Curry visits with Kaywin Feldman, director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Also in this episode – artist Nekisha Durrett foregrounds the underrepresented in her bold installations; dancer-choreographer Allen Xing infuses his dance with his heritage; and the women behind the prestigious Smithsonian Craft Show.

  • WETA Arts September 2021: An Artful Return: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    WETA Arts September 2021: An Artful Return

    S9 E1 - 28m 58s

    Explore the architectural wonders of DC's revitalized public libraries with special guests like Washington Post critic Philip Kennicott and former DC Mayor Anthony Williams. The Arts in Foggy Bottom Outdoor Sculpture Biennial is back, and GALA Hispanic Theatre’s executive director talks with host Felicia Curry about how, and why, GALA was among the first to reopen during the pandemic.

Extras + Features

  • Preview: WETA Arts November 2021: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Preview: WETA Arts November 2021

    S9 E3 - 30s

    Get to know the dedicated members of the American Military Spouses Choir as they sing together for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Explore the fascinating ocean crossing of the Statue of Liberty’s “little sister.” Plus, host Felicia Curry talks with Lisa Warwick of the DC Public Library’s People’s Archive about local music and cultural history.

  • Preview: WETA Arts October 2021: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Preview: WETA Arts October 2021

    S9 E2 - 30s

    This month, host Felicia Curry visits with Kaywin Feldman, director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Also in this episode – artist Nekisha Durrett foregrounds the underrepresented in her bold installations; dancer-choreographer Allen Xing infuses his dance with his heritage; and the women behind the prestigious Smithsonian Craft Show.

  • Preview: WETA Arts September 2021: An Artful Return: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    Preview: WETA Arts September 2021: An Artful Return

    S9 E1 - 30s

    Explore the architectural wonders of DC's revitalized public libraries with special guests like Washington Post critic Philip Kennicott and former DC Mayor Anthony Williams. The Arts in Foggy Bottom Outdoor Sculpture Biennial is back, and GALA Hispanic Theatre’s executive director talks with host Felicia Curry about how, and why, GALA was among the first to reopen during the pandemic.

Schedule

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    WETA Arts November

    Monday
    Nov 29

    30 Minutes

    American Military Spouses Choir; Statue of Liberty's little sister; Lisa Warwick, Washington, D.C. Public Library's People's Archive.
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    Songs of the Season, A WETA Arts Special Edition

    Monday
    Dec 13

    1 Hour

    All-local arts and culture series features four short stories showcasing the creative arts scene in the Greater Washington area, with an emphasis on the artists and makers themselves. Hosted by Felicia Curry.
  • Image
    WETA Arts: TVSS: Staple

    WETA Arts

    Songs of the Season, A WETA Arts Special Edition

    Monday
    Dec 13

    1 Hour

    All-local arts and culture series features four short stories showcasing the creative arts scene in the Greater Washington area, with an emphasis on the artists and makers themselves. Hosted by Felicia Curry.

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