Gisele Regatao is the Senior Editor for Culture for WNYC News, where she reports, edits and curates features, news and criticism across the creative arts and the sweeping intellectual terrain that make New York one of the most fascinating places in the universe.
Before that, she was Executive Producer in the News department for four years, overseeing a team of producers and hosts, and the local content for Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
Gisele came to WNYC as senior producer of the daily music talk show Soundcheck. During her four-year tenure there, the program experienced an unusual spike in the number of Brazilian guests. Originally from São Paulo, Brazil, Gisele has produced radio and reported stories for newspapers, magazines and websites in New York, São Paulo, Los Angeles, Mumbai, Mexico City, and also some smaller cities.
She has taught radio production at Brooklyn College, and second grade at a public elementary school in Osasco, Brazil. She was mostly proud (and only slightly concerned about her work-life balance) when her then 8 year old son asked for a radio for his next birthday.
The work of a sculptor of emotions who was favored by Napoleon III is on view in town.
A new exhibit on Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux is at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It features sculptures and paintings that portray life in France in the late 1800s, including portraits of celebrities ...
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Here are some of the events our colleagues are checking out around town this weekend.
With two art fairs, the Whitney Biennial and dozens of exhibits in New York this weekend, how's an art lover to choose? Start with the Brooklyn Museum show marking the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
A new show at MoMA highlights the French artist’s rarely-seen woodblock prints and woodcarvings.
It's the first time the life-sized, stained-glass panels have left Great Britain's Canterbury Cathedral.
A woman who made earthy, tactile sculptures in a male-dominated world.
A treasure trove of 1970's and 80's graffiti art is on view at the Museum of the City of New York.
Phoenix was created by Chinese artist Xu Bing out of material gathered from demolition sites in Beijing.
"No one hates winter more than me so I'm going to try and round up some of my friends and go to Flushing and order a bunch of beers and enjoy Mongolian hot-pots." -- Joseph Capriglione, associate producer of New Jersey Public Radio.
The real story of a Mexican billionaire mayor. A family vacation ruined by an endless rainstorm in Uruguay. The tumultuous history of Chile, seen through one family.
Those are some of the subjects of the best Latin American films, as picked by the non-profit organization Cinema Tropical. They will ...
There are thousands of artists in New York City. Some are famous internationally. Others are scratching out a living while perfecting their craft. WNYC is bringing a few of them to the spotlight, in their own voices.
Artist Shirin Neshat works mostly with film and video, but for her new ...
Here are some of the events our colleagues in the membership department are checking out in this pledge drive edition of Weekend Staff Picks.
Doug Wheeler’s new piece is a circular, white room, with a domed ceiling, and lights coming from the floor.
The art movement has never before had a retrospective at an American museum, largely owing to its ties to Mussolini and the controversial views of its founder, who denounced museums, women, film and even pasta.
Never-before-seen color photos by the celebrated war photographer are in a new exhibit that features over one hundred color photos from the 1940s and '50s - including shots of Ava Gardner, Truman Capote and Pablo Picasso.
New York's wild weather is not stopping our staff from taking full advantage of outdoor and indoor activities. Check out what some of them are up to this weekend.
Pawel Althamer's show at the New Museum includes a floor where the public is invited to draw with him.
The independent video games festival IndieCade East includes talks, workshops and a lot of gaming.
A new bike study finds more women are riding bikes, and that Citi Bike users are safer riders than other cyclists.