November’s episode presents Grammy-award winning record label Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, releasing an unusual album of electronic music. The Washington School of Ballet’s Miya Hisaka directs ballet classes for all adults. And, host Felicia Curry interviews Tammy Call, the Director of the National Museum of the United States Army, who discusses the museum’s history, mission and vision.
October’s episode introduces Grammy-winning folk music duo Marcy Marxer and Cathy Fink and All Wigged Out, their concert film about Marxer’s experience with breast cancer. Arlington-based street photographer Ashley Tillery takes viewers on a photo shoot, and host Felicia Curry gets a tour of the 9:30 Club with club owner and independent concert promoter Seth Hurwitz.
WETA Arts and host Felicia Curry are back! This month, experience the power of words at the Spoken Word to Go-Go finals, learn about Chelsea Ritter-Soronen’s transformative street art with ChalkR!ot in Silver Spring, and explore how Woolly Mammoth’s artistic director Maria Manuela Goyanes navigates the challenge of upholding the theater’s legacy while continuing to push artistic boundaries.
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