- 2012elections - 9/11 Special Coverage - aca - africanamericanalzheimers - aids - Alabama News Network - american - Awards & Expo - bees - bilingual - border - californiaeducation - Caribbean - cir - citizenship - climatechange - collgeinmiami - community - democrats - ecotourism - Elders - Election 2012 - elections2012 - escuelas - Ethnic Media in the News - Ethnicities - Events - Eye on Egypt - Fellowships - food - Foreclosures - Growing Up Poor in the Bay Area - Health Care Reform - healthyhungerfreekids - howtodie - humiliating - immigrants - Inside the Shadow Economy - kimjongun - Latin America - Law & Justice - Living - Media - memphismediaroundtable - Multimedia - NAM en Espaol - Politics & Governance - Religion - Richmond Pulse - Science & Technology - Sports - The Movement to Expand Health Care Access - Video - Voter Suppression - War & Conflict - 攔截盤查政策 - Top Stories - Immigration - Health - Economy - Education - Environment - Ethnic Media Headlines - International Affairs - NAM en Español - Occupy Protests - Youth Culture - Collaborative Reporting

UpFront: Modern Chinese Art and Language

New America Media, Audio, UpFront Radio Posted: Sep 04, 2008


MP3


UpFront:



  • Stories from the Ethnic Media

  • Anthony Advincula from NAM and Judith Martinez from the newspaper Atlanta Latino talk about the first time the ethnic media received press credentials for the Democratic Convention in Denver.

  • Carl Deal and Tia Lessin on their documentary film "Trouble the Water" about the affects Huricane Katrina on the people of New Orleans


  • Jeff Kelley, curator of SF MOMA's new Chinese contemporary show "The Half Life of a Dream"


  • Commentary from Mark Abley on the influence of Asia on the English language Mark Abley is the author of "The Prodigal Tongue"


  • Michael Knight, Curator of the Asian Art Museum talks about the new exhibit of the treasures of the Ming Dynasty: "Power and Glory: Court Arts of China's Ming Dynasty












UpFront is now available as a podcast through KALW and National Public Radio, so you can listen to the show on your MP3 player. Click here to subscribe.



Page 1 of 1

-->




Advertisement


ADVERTISEMENT


Just Posted

NAM Coverage

Civil Liberties

Why There Are Words

Aug 10, 2011