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NAM JUNE PAIK & TV LAB: License to Create

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The TV LAB at Thirteen/WNET, New York, 1972-1984, nurtured video art, created reality television made with half-inch portable video equipment, and offered fresh local and global perspectives from new voices.

NAM JUNE PAIK & TV LAB: License to Create documents this extraordinary period of innovation centered at the TV LAB at Channel 13/WNET in New York from 1972 to 1984.



OLIPHANT on Leadership


Patrick Oliphant, the widely syndicated political cartoonist, captures the circus and catastrophe of the Bush Years in a touring exhibition that shows us America in extremis.

This profile of Oliphant is an action biography of the artist who sketches and talks to mid-career Knight-Wallace journalism fellows at the University of Michigan, visits the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum where his cartoons and sculpture and stories are preserved, and draws on the wall of the Hope College art gallery in Holland, Michigan at the opening of his Leadership exhibition. 



The Great American Songbook

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American popular song, like jazz, is a unique contribution to world culture. The songs of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Rodgers and Hart, Rogers and Hammerstein, Lerner and Loewe, and Dietz and Schwartz capture the warmth, humor, hope and success that are synonymous with America. The spirit and sophistication of their songs define The Great American Songbook. The series will focus on the composers, the songs and their greatest contemporary interpreters.  





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