Tara Geer appears in the following:
Tuesday, April 09, 2013
During World War II, rationing became not only accepted, but a symbol of patriotism for most Americans. Listen to Oscar Brand in this never-broadcast documentary on how the government —and WNYC— helped foster that sentiment.
Sunday, April 07, 2013
It is April 19th, 1944. Thousands of mourners silently march from a service at the Warsaw synagogue on Rivington Street to City Hall. A few carry signs: "Save Those Jews in Poland Who Can Yet Be Saved!" and, "Three Million Polish Jews Have Been Murdered By the Nazis!" When they arrive at the steps of City Hall, Cantor Moishe Oysher sings El Mole Rachamim, a funeral prayer for the the 40,000 Jews who died a year earlier in the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
Friday, August 22, 2008
Friday, December 14, 2007
A spell at the MacDowell Colony is one of the best perks an artist can get. Tara Geer, a visual artist, went twice to work on her drawings. She also interviewed a MacDowell legend, lunch delivery man Blake Tewksbury. But the whole time, she was afraid she’d ...
Saturday, September 03, 2005
Back in 1982, two artists: Teching Hsieh and Linda Montano bound themselves together — with a piece of rope — for a whole year. They were seasoned performance artists, but nothing could have prepared them for this experiment in closeness. Produced by Tara Geer.
Saturday, November 15, 2003
Visual Thinking Strategies is an innovative method for teaching art that students and teachers love. It’s designed to flourish in poorly funded schools, but it isn’t immune to the cutbacks. Produced by Tara Geer.
Saturday, May 10, 2003
Visual Thinking Strategies is an innovative method for teaching art that students and teachers love. It's designed to flourish in poorly funded schools, but it isn't immune to the cutbacks. Produced by Tara Geer.
Saturday, March 22, 2003
Two artists bind themselves together for a whole year, then spend the next twenty getting over it. Produced by Tara Geer.
Saturday, November 16, 2002
To take another artist's masterpiece as your text ought to demand that you observe it closely and pick it apart. Suzanne Bocanegra has been doing that steadily for years now: the New York painter works from the floral paintings of the Flemish master Jan Brueghel.
Saturday, December 29, 2001
Two artists bind themselves together for a whole year, then spend the next twenty getting over it.
Saturday, November 17, 2001
From crashing into mats to diving through glass, choreographer Elizabeth Streb aims to expose the body's vulnerability and its durability in her dances.
Saturday, February 24, 2001
Friday, September 15, 2000
New York, NY —It's human nature to use our imagination. From a very young age weBuild little worlds in sand on the beach, and put the staplers next to eachOther so they can go to sleep at night. We can pick something up, move it, and suddenly the ...