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Fri January 4, 2013
Triad Arts Weekend: January 4, 2013
Dale Pollock is professor of Cinema Studies and Producing at the University of NC School of the Arts. His films have been nominated for four Academy Awards, and he's worked with actors such as Paul Newman and Kathy Bates. Dale recently stopped by to share his thoughts on the movie business, and to discuss his history of animation classes. Take a look at a Norman McLaren short here & here.
In October of 2011, scholar, statesman, and NC Congressional Representative David Price accepted the John Tyler Caldwell Award for the Humanities at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Prior to Representative Price receiving the award, Duke University PresidentRichard Brodhead delivered the annual Caldwell Lecture in the Humanities. Singer songwriter Laurelyn Dossett performed at the ceremony and throughout the show today we’ll be sampling from her music. Representative Price and President Brodhead spoke with David from Durham.
Founder and Artistic Director Gary Taylor spoke with David Ford recently about the production.
Enjoying the Metropolitan Opera from the comfort of the Triad is today’s reality thanks to the Piedmont Opera, Hanesbrands Theatre and the Met Live HD performance series. Piedmont Opera Artistic DirectorJamie Allbritten is here to pull back the curtain on these upcoming performances that you can see and hear courtesy of the Met Live HD performance series.
Forecast Music is an adventurous new music group founded in Brooklyn, New York, that now calls Winston Salem home. Forecast Music’s mission is to present innovative American music in both traditional concert halls as well as venues that might surprise you. Its roster includes some of the world’s finest composers and performers living right here in North Carolina. Forecast Music co-founder, pianist and composer Eric Schwartz dropped by to talk about it.