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Julie Burstein

Julie Burstein appears in the following:

Spark: When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Art

Friday, February 11, 2011

This month we're celebrating 360's first decade on the air with the publication of the book Spark: How Creativity Works, by long-time Studio 360 executive producer Julie Burstein. In the book, scores of America's greatest filmmakers, writers, musicians and artists give readers an inside look at their creative processes and inspiration.

This week, Kurt and Julie discuss three different artists who confronted unique challenges and turned them into art: photographer Joel Meyerowitz, poet Donald Hall, and playwright Lynn Nottage.

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Spark: Kurt & Julie Talk Materials

Friday, February 04, 2011

We're celebrating 360's first decade on the air with the publication of the book Spark: How Creativity Works, by long-time Studio 360 executive producer Julie Burstein. This week, Julie and Kurt talk about falling in love with the stuff you work with. Featuring stories from Elizabeth Streb, Stanley Kunitz and Ben Burtt.

(To hear our original full-length interviews with those artists go here.)

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Spark: Kurt & Julie Talk Childhood

Friday, January 28, 2011

We're celebrating 360's first decade on the air with the publication of the book Spark: How Creativity Works, by long-time Studio 360 executive producer Julie Burstein. This week, Julie shares childhood stories from Chuck Close, Richard Ford, Mira Nair, and Richard Serra.

(To hear our original full-length interviews with those artists go here.)

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Judging the Rosenbergs

Friday, June 19, 2009

Federal judge Denny Chin and his team of New York lawyers and judges re-create historic trials. Their most recent effort is a one-hour version of the trial of atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. With terrorist trials likely around the corner, Chin says he's learned something ...

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Edible Estates

Friday, June 13, 2008

The artist Fritz Haeg has been digging up and transforming front lawns from Kansas to California. His art project is called "Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn." Studio 360's Julie Burstein found out that one of Haeg's edible estates is just ...

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Slavery Is Not Dead

Friday, March 28, 2008

There are more slaves in the world today than at any other time in history. Find out who and where those slaves are, and whether anything can be done to end slavery once and for all. Also: a new school in Baghdad that teaches Iraqis to tell their stories through ...

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Good War

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Is there ever such a thing as a good war? Guest host Julie Burstein talks to Nicholson Baker about the uses of war, and the case for pacifism in our modern world. Also: poet Mark Doty. Then Ceridwen Dovey's debut novel. And Underreported looks into how women care ...

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Small World

Thursday, December 06, 2007

The usual domestic election issues - like the economy and health care – may now be global issues. We look into how globalization is changing the nature of American politics. Also: our States of the Union election series looks at the issues in Illinois. The discovery of a dinosaur mummy. ...

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No Sleep 'Til...

Friday, November 09, 2007

Around 60 million Americans suffer from insomnia each year. On today's Please Explain, find out what causes insomnia...and what you can do to get some sleep. Also: celebrating the life and work of Peter Jennings. We hear the history of Arabs and Jews in the ancient port city of Jaffa. ...

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Bridges

Friday, August 17, 2007

This summer’s bridge collapse in Minneapolis shook us in a deeper way than other failures of infrastructure. Guest host Julie Burstein talks with structural engineer Guy Nordenson and cultural historian Judith Dupre about why bridges resonate in our collective imagination.

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Kreutzer Sonata

Saturday, November 16, 2002

Beethoven, Leo Tolstoy, and Leos Janacek each have a story to tell, and they say it's the same one

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Trisha Brown

Saturday, August 24, 2002

Trisha Brown is a modern dance choreographer whose focus has changed over the past 30 years, but she continues to return to some of the same gestures and ideas.

(Originally aired: February 14, 2002)

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Movies and Memory

Saturday, April 06, 2002

Author and scholar Alan Mintz reveals the power films have had in shaping how we understand and interpret the Holocaust.

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Trisha Brown

Saturday, February 16, 2002

Trisha Brown is a modern dance choreographer whose focus has changed over the past 30 years, but she continues to return to some of the same gestures and ideas. 

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Design for the Real World: Dinnerware

Saturday, January 12, 2002

Martha Stewart owes a lot to Mary and Russel Wright. Russel designed masterful dinnerware and objects for the home — and Mary invented the idea of selling a lifestyle.

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Ornamenting Handel's Messiah

Saturday, December 22, 2001

In Handel’s day written music offered singers and players of instruments a great deal of freedom to ornament the melodic line as they wished. We asked the soprano Julianne Baird about adding her own notes to a masterpiece.

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Lisa Yuskavage & Johannes Vermeer

Saturday, July 14, 2001

A contemporary artist visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit Vermeer and the Delft School, and shares her passion for the 16th-century Dutch master of light on canvas.

(Originally aired: April 21, 2001)

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Design for Memory

Saturday, May 19, 2001

Architect David Hoglund talks with Studio 360's Julie Burstein about his design for Woodside Place, a facility for Alzheimer's patients that offers people with severe memory loss a sense of independence and a feeling of home.

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Lisa Yuskavage & Johannes Vermeer

Saturday, April 21, 2001

A contemporary artist of luminous paintings visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit Vermeer and the Delft School, and shares her passion for the 16th-century Dutch master of light on canvas.

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The Telling

Saturday, January 06, 2001

Author Ursula Le Guin talks about her latest book, The Telling, about the distant future on a far planet.

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