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Art: Dancing with Renoir at the MFA
May 30, 2012

Art: Dancing with Renoir at the MFA
May 30, 2012

Greater Boston Center Stage

Thanks to a loan from Musee d’Orsay in Paris a reunion of sorts is underway at the Museum of Fine Arts where a trio of Renoir’s masterpieces are being displayed together for the first time in over two decades. Jared Bowen takes a look.

Photography: The Griffin Museum of Photography celebrates its 20th anniversary
May 23, 2012

Photography: The Griffin Museum of Photography celebrates its 20th anniversary
May 23, 2012

Greater Boston Center Stage

The Griffin Museum of Photography opened in 1992 in Winchester with the mission of promoting appreciation for the art of photography. Jared Bowen goes inside the museum as it celebrates its 20th anniversary and sees how the institute plans to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park.

Art: The works of acclaimed artist Orestes Gaulhiac at Galeria Cubana
May 15, 2012

Art: The works of acclaimed artist Orestes Gaulhiac at Galeria Cubana
May 15, 2012

Greater Boston Center Stage

The works of internationally acclaimed Cuban artist Orestes Gaulhiac are on display at Galeria Cubana, one of the few galleries in the US that is licensed to import artwork from Cuba. Jared Bowen sits down with Gaulhiac and gallery owner Michelle Wojcik who talks about the difficulty of importing Cuban art into the US.

Theater: Chita Rivera on her new show My Broadway
May 3, 2012

Theater: Chita Rivera on her new show My Broadway
May 3, 2012

Greater Boston Center Stage

On Friday night, Tony Award-winning theater legend Chita Rivera will bring her show My Broadway to the Shubert Theatre for a benefit performance. Tonight, Jared Bowen sits down with Rivera to talk about recreating moments from her vast career on stage.

Theater: The Luck of the Irish at the Huntington Theatre
May 1, 2012

Theater: The Luck of the Irish at the Huntington Theatre
May 1, 2012

Greater Boston Center Stage

Jared speaks with playwright Kirsten Greenidge about her play, The Luck of the Irish, a semi-autobiographical story about the lengths African-American families once had to resort to in order to realize the American Dream.

Art: Alex Katz Prints at the MFA
Apr. 26, 2012

Art: Alex Katz Prints at the MFA
Apr. 26, 2012

Greater Boston Center Stage

Before there was Warhol or any other pop artist there was Alex Katz. Known for his bold, colorful prints, the artist is now receiving a retrospective at the Museum of Fine Arts and that's where Jared Bowen chatted with him.


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