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WETA Arts March 2023: Women’s History Month
S9 E14 - 28m 35s
In celebration of Women’s History Month, WETA Arts revisits the stories of 3 extraordinary women within the D.C.-area arts community: Ann Friedman, founder and CEO of Planet Word, a new language arts museum in D.C.; Victoria Gau, a talented conductor with the Capital City Symphony; Sylvia Soumah, the founder of Coyaba Dance Theater, a West African-inspired dance company.
WETA Arts February 2023: Alma Thomas
S9 E13 - 28m 53s
WETA Arts celebrates Black History Month with a special episode about Alma Thomas, the remarkable Black artist and educator who helped shape the Washington, D.C. arts scene in the 20th century. Thomas’ art provided her nationwide acclaim. Yet even as her national recognition continues, it’s in her hometown where her impact as an educator, pioneer, advocate and role model can be felt daily.
WETA Arts December 2022: Songs of the Season
S9 E12 - 54m 34s
WETA Arts presents the third year of Songs of the Season, a spirited holiday music special featuring choral groups from all around the D.C. area. Conceived in 2020 to celebrate choral music during the pandemic, Songs of the Season has become a WETA holiday tradition. This year’s special showcases 15 talented choral groups from D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
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