Articulate with Jim Cotter: Rum, Cigars and Mozart

About This Episode

Rum, Cigars and Mozart - On a recent tour, The Havana Lyceum Orchestra showed America that Cuba has a classical music culture to rival that of any wealthy western country.

The Staying Power of Peter Shire - An alumnus of the Italian avant-garde movement, The Memphis School, Peter Shire is today thriving in Los Angeles.

Floriography: Saying It With Flowers - These days, flowers mostly say “I love you” or “I’m sorry.” In the Victorian era, their language was boundless.

Elizabeth Turk: The Edge of Gravity - In the marble sculptures of Elizabeth Turk, there’s a constant tension between the permanence of their medium and her desire to test the limits of its fragility.

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.