Articulate with Jim Cotter: Kyle Abraham: A Life In Motion

About This Episode


Kyle Abraham: A Life in Motion - The works of choreographer Kyle Abraham feel like a memoir. They reflect his own personal experiences and the social changes he’s lived through.

Maggie Nelson: Transcending the Divide - Writer Maggie Nelson is one of the most celebrated critical thinkers of her generation. But all of her work feels starkly personal.

Ruth Slenczynska: The Last of the Great Romantics - Ruth Slenczynska studied under Rachmaninoff when she was a child. At age 92, all she learned can still be heard in her music.

Saya Woolfalk’s Empathic World - Visual artist Saya Woolfalk’s imaginary world is populated by a race of mutants and governed by utopian values.

Articulate believes that art is for everyone, that creative expression is a basic human need, and that culture tells us who we are. As such, we approach artists as deep thinkers and doers who both reflect and help shape, our understanding of the world. Articulate with Jim Cotter; stories from where life meets art.