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WETA Arts May 2023
S10 E8 - 28m 49s
In May’s episode of WETA Arts, meet pianist, vocalist, and composer Amy K. Bormet, the founder of the Washington Women in Jazz Festival. Plus, explore the deep history of tap dance with the leaders of the Capitol Tap and District Tap dance companies. And, host Felicia Curry speaks with Douglas Yeuell, the executive director of the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Northeast DC.
WETA Arts April 2023
S10 E7 - 28m 20s
Tour and meet the founders of the Rubell Museum, a new contemporary art museum in Southwest D.C.; get to know aerialist, weaver, and installation artist Kirsty Little at her Mt. Rainier, MD studio; and hear from Molly Smith, the outgoing Artistic Director of Arena Stage, the first desegregated theater in Washington, D.C.
WETA Arts March 2023: Women’s History Month
S10 E6 - 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.
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