Arts Alive March 2 at 8AM: The Gift, The Doc, The Film Fest
THE GIFT ACTRESS KATHY BAKER
Kathy Baker is currently appearing in The Gift at the Geffen Theater. The Gift is the story of two almost comically different couples who meet at a swanky resort and quickly become friends.
LOU HARRISON: A WORLD OF MUSIC FILMMAKER EVA SOLTES
American composer, artist, writer and activist Lou Harrison is the subject of a documentary by filmmaker and music producer Eva Soltes. The film screens Saturday at REDCAT as part of MicroFest (the world’s leading concert series devoted to the glorious universe of non-standard tunings) and explores how Harrison composed his hauntingly beautiful pieces using western, eastern, and custom-made instruments inspired by Javanese gamelan and the Chinese zheng. Eva Soltes and MicroFest founder John Schneider are on Arts Alive.
FILM REVIEWS WITH KENNETH TURAN
UCLA's Festival of Preservation is the subject when film critic Kenneth Turan stops by the Arts Alive studios.
ASK THE DEAN
Dean Rob Cutietta tackles a question about the painstaking process of composing on paper in Ask the Dean.
ARTS ALIVE AIRS SATURDAYS AT 8AM.
THE SHOW IS AVAILABLE AS A PODCAST AT KUSC.ORG AND ITUNES
AND STREAMS ON STITCHER