Arts Alive December 1st at 8AM: Glorya Kaufman, The Harmony Project, "No Strangers"
On Arts Alive this week, Gail Eichenthal sits down with philanthropist Glorya Kaufman, who has pledged to fund a new dance school at USC. Groundbreaking is set for spring 2014 on the USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, which will offer classes both in the technique and the business of dance.
Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
On now at the Annenberg Space for Photography – no strangers: ancient wisdom in a modern world, a group show about the wonder of culture and the plight of indigenous people throughout the world. Two of the world-traveling photographers are on Arts Alive this weekend, Angela Fisher & Carol Beckwith.
South Sudan 2007
photos courtesy of Susie Goodman
Luis Torres heads to the Hollywood home of The Harmony Project, the organization that brings together 1,500 young people from diverse backgrounds, teaching them to play instruments and forming them into orchestras.
Dean Rob Cutietta solves a musical mystery on Ask the Dean and film critic Kenneth Turan stops by to talk about a new documentary from Ken Burns called The Central Park Five.
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