When Cultural Traditions Inspire Art

Season 3 Episode 13 | 26m 46s

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This week explore art inspired by cultural tradition. Our 757 feature is American Indian Dance troop Red Crooked Sky. We chat with Jutta-Annette Page, executive director of the Barry Art Museum and look at Tania Dibbs' exploration of humanity's relationship with nature. We also feature the Taiko Drums ensemble and learn about the art of Japanese drumming.

Aired: 02/01/19 | Rating: NR

Support comes from The Hermitage Museum & Gardens, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), The Peninsula Fine Arts Center (PFAC), and the Williamsburg Area Arts Commission

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