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Recent Episodes and Articles

Hans Haacke

Monday, July 01, 1985

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Richard Serra's Tilted Arc

Thursday, February 21, 1985

In 1985, Richard Serra took on New York City to keep his famous public art work intact.
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The New Museum's Big Move

Monday, September 19, 1983

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The Rise and Fall of the East Village Art Scene

Monday, January 24, 1983

A 1983 interview with three East Village gallerists who tell us what the scene was really like in the early-1980s.
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Violinist and Bargemusic Creator Olga Bloom

Thursday, February 18, 1982

Music on a barge and away from the madding crowd.
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The Current Loft Situation

Wednesday, December 26, 1979

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The Opening of the New York Feminist Art Institute

Tuesday, July 10, 1979

The founders of The New York Feminist Art Institute discuss the environment and educational opportunities their new institute will offer.
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The Sculptures of Robert Murray

Tuesday, June 22, 1971

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Erica Jong's Fruits and Vegetables

Friday, May 21, 1971

Two years before the publication of her famously controversial Fear of Flying, Eric Jong came to the studio.  
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Remembering New York City's Roving Cinema

Tuesday, January 05, 1971

In 1966, the New York City Parks Department bought a school bus and converted it into a roving movie theatre.
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Jason Crum and Allan D'Arcangelo Talk Wall Murals

Sunday, August 23, 1970

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Martin Scorsese and the American Underground

Friday, July 17, 1970

Listen to a 27-year old Martin Scorsese talk about curating New York City's inaugural Movies in the Park film series, as well as his thoughts on the direction of the New American Cinema.

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Betty Blayton Taylor and Susan Shapiro Talk Community Arts

Sunday, May 03, 1970

Two leading advocates for community organized arts programs, talk about their children's educational initiatives and neighborhood workshops. 
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