Judith Sloan

Judith Sloan appears in the following:

The Art of Listening on Israel and Gaza

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

Judith Sloan and Najla Said talk about their project "Imperfect Allies," a performance and dialogue among audience members sharing perspectives on the violence in Israel and Gaza.

1001 Voices: A Symphony for a New America

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Looking back at 300 years of migration by presenting a counter-narrative to the current rhetoric about immigrants, refugees and diversity.

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Queens: The Symphony

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

The borough of Queens is probably the most diverse place on earth, in terms of the amount of languages spoken and the sheer diversity of immigrants living there. “1001 Voices: A Symphony for Queens” is Frank London’s mammoth piece for orchestra, ethnic instruments, actors, visual projections, and a 190-piece choir; the work examines our changing ideas of migration and home. The composer joins us along with the writer and actor Judith Sloan to talk about their collaboration.

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Yo Miss!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Judith Sloan of the arts group Earsay talks about the project, "Cross-Cultural Dialogue Through The Arts" which takes place at the International High School at LaGuardia Community College in Queens. John Starkey is a former teacher at the school; Madeha Kwaja and Stephanie Saint-Val are students participating ...


Voices from Here and There

Sunday, September 15, 2002

We are visited by all kinds of unusual voices — from sound artist Miranda July, who makes up strange dialogues for ordinary people, to Jonathan Katz, who steals the show - literally. Also, the voices of women throughout China who, in the 1990s, dared to call and write daily talk ...



Saturday, May 11, 2002

This week we've got a collection of unflappable amateurs - astronomers, would-be models, record collectors and mah jong players. Not to mention the brave souls who put their writing to the test in this month's "Five Sounds in Search of an Author" contest.

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Ten Worst/Ten Best

Saturday, January 05, 2002

The Next Big Thing looks back at 2001. You won't find any Ten Best or Worst lists here. Instead, we've got a collection of voices strange, wonderful and thought-provoking, that capture just a few of New York City's many pulses in the past year - both before and after September ...


Columbine; Will the Internet Kill Newspapers?; Media Diets

Friday, April 30, 1999

The Columbine High School Shooting: The media descends on Littleton. How is the town coping? Was the media to blame?