Articulate With Jim Cotter

Bharatanatyam: Indian Dance

Ellen HarveyThough she's been a successful visual artist for decades, Ellen Harvey remains obsessed with failure. Bharatanatyam: Indian DanceThe classical Indian dance form Bharatanatyam survived colonial oppression and today exemplifies Indian identity both at home and abroad. Xenia RubinosXenia Rubinos' complex music is infused with simple messages about big ideas.
  • program length: 30 minutes
  • episode #111

Sunday, April 29 at 7:30 am on 12.2

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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.