A conversation with South African writer and artist Zakes Mda about his recent projects, which include a London production of his play And the Girls in Their Sunday Dresses, two books, and a solo exhibition of his collages.
A conversation with acclaimed filmmaker, poet, and educator Lynne Sachs about her work, particularly 2020’s Film About a Father Who.
Elizabeth Howard talks to Stephen Petronio, choreographer, dancer, and the artistic director of the Stephen Petronio Company, about what plans forward-thinking artists have for the future.
Host Elizabeth Howard talks with poet and performer Kyle Ducayan, executive director of the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery, about the purpose of poetry.
Host Elizabeth Howard talks with Stephen Reily, Director of the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky about the exhibition, “Promise, Witness, Remembrance.”
Naledi Masilo is a South African musician who explores the beauty and power of music and song to expand our sense of place.
Book sales are up, but indie bookstores are struggling. In this podcast, Lauren Cerand suggests ways to promote new titles, particularly those published by independent presses or written by emerging authors.
Host Elizabeth Howard talks to Fred Turner and Mary Beth Meehan about their book Seeing Silicon Valley: Life Inside a Fraying America, a photographic study of income disparity.
Pop a bowl of popcorn, pour coke over a tall glass of ice, and listen to author and screenwriter Jesse Kornbluth’s irreverent, amusing take on the Oscars.
Podcast host Elizabeth Howard talks to the curator who helped conceived of the powerful exhibition “Grief and Grievance,” in which Black artists bear witness to decades of their own challenging experiences.