ARTICULATE WITH JIM COTTER is an arts magazine series, hosted by award-winning journalist Jim Cotter, that explores the variety, quality and heritage of creativity, while also showing how art speaks to us in our everyday lives. The fresh and unique stories featured in the 12-part series include: the history of tap dancing as a cross-cultural art form; the work of multimedia artist Sam Durant; the role of improvisation in dance with choreographer Matthew Neenan; and the on-stage work and off-stage educational efforts of French pianist Claire-Marie Le Guay.
|Sun, Mar 26||12:00 P.M.||
Long and Winding Road
The most successful works to date of singer-songwriter and playwright Anais Mitchell and writer Douglas Stuart have been decades in the making.
|Sun, Apr 2||12:00 P.M.||
Even after fifty years of accolades, including a Pulitzer Prize at 26 for his Doonesbury comic strip, Garry Trudeau reckons he may have gotten too much too young.
|Sun, Apr 9||12:00 P.M.||
Making Her Way
Natalie Merchant has experience enough for several lives: teen rock star, fiercely independent solo artist, mother, wildly successful environmental campaigner.
|Sun, Apr 16||12:00 P.M.||
A fatal accident in his teens would come to define life for Darin Strauss.
|Sun, Apr 23||12:00 P.M.||
Singer-songwriter Valerie June has been knocked down but never out by heartbreak, illness, and hardship.
|Sun, Apr 30||12:00 P.M.||
Worlds of Words
Writer Tochi Onyebuchi and visual artist Stephen Powers are both trying to change the world, one word at a time.
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