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Michele Siegel

Michele Siegel appears in the following:

Uncollected

Saturday, February 22, 2003

Collectors can radically affect an artist's career by the choices they make. California artist Eugenia Butler talks about her experience being collected … and then un-collected. Produced by Michele Siegel.

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Emmanuel Dongala

Saturday, February 15, 2003

When the Congolese civil war broke out in 1998, the novelist Emmanuel Dongala and his family fled Brazzaville. While he was hiding with 40 others in a house as rockets hissed by and exploded just a few meters away, books became Dongala's refuge. Produced by Michele Siegel.

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Aleksandar Hemon

Saturday, February 15, 2003

Alesksandar Hemon, the author of the novel Nowhere Man, was in Chicago in 1992 when the war began in his hometown of Sarajevo. He found out much as he could, through TV news, phone calls, and letters from friends back in Bosnia. Produced by Michele Siegel.

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Ballerina

Saturday, September 14, 2002

When she was just 16, The New York Times called Alexandra Ansanelli "a true prodigy…that rare find, a dancer of nuance and originality." Studio 360 caught up with Ansanelli as she prepared for a performance in Beijing. 

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Uncollected

Saturday, June 22, 2002

Collectors can radically affect an artist’s career by the choices they make. California artist Eugenia Butler talks about her experience being collected … and then un-collected. 

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Song of Songs

Saturday, May 25, 2002

Poet Chana Bloch and composer Jorge Liderman describe their linguistic and musical translations of an ancient love poem from the Hebrew Bible.

(Originally aired: November 10, 2001)

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Now Playing: Y Tu Mama Tambien

Saturday, March 30, 2002

In English, the movie title means, "And Your Mother, Too." It has broken all box office records in Mexico. We look at this unusual Mexican road movie that opens across the U.S. next week. 

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Now Playing: The Language of Names

Saturday, February 16, 2002

Alan Berliner’s installation of names opens this weekend at the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis. The filmmaker talks about how his fascination with identity has been building for years. 

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Now Playing: The Royal Tenenbaums

Saturday, December 29, 2001

Among the featured props in the new movie, The Royal Tenenbaums, is a vivid and disturbing painting by Miguel Calderon, called Bad Route. Just how did this painting find its way to the movie screen? 

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Song of Songs

Saturday, November 10, 2001

Poet Chana Bloch and composer Jorge Liderman describe their linguistic and musical translations of an ancient love poem from the Hebrew Bible. 

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A Quilt for Liz

Saturday, August 18, 2001

Studio 360's Michele Siegel looks at a quilt made from scraps of cloth with poignant significance.

(Originally aired: March 17, 2001)

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Poet Lucille Clifton

Saturday, May 19, 2001

The poet Lucille Clifton communicates the richness and complexity of memories, both personal and public.

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A Quilt For Liz

Saturday, March 17, 2001

Studio 360's Michele Siegel looks at a quilt made from scraps of cloth with poignant significance.

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