Tuesday, Feb. 22
Black History Month through Boston Arts

Recent Episodes

Mon., 7/2/12
Viva La Literature

Mon., 7/2/12
Viva La Literature

The Callie Crossley Show

Marjorie Garber and Alicia Anstead join us.

Fri., 6/29/12
Let's Do the Time Warp (Never) Again!

Fri., 6/29/12
Let's Do the Time Warp (Never) Again!

The Callie Crossley Show

Garen Daly joins us.

Fri., 6/29/12
Week in Review

Fri., 6/29/12
Week in Review

The Callie Crossley Show

Peter Kadzis, Gintautas Dumcius and Sue O'Connell join us.

Thurs., 6/28/12
The Gavel Comes Down on Government

Thurs., 6/28/12
The Gavel Comes Down on Government

The Callie Crossley Show

Arnie Arnesen, Robert Whitcomb and Brian Rosman join us..

Wed., 6/27/12
60 Feet Underground

Wed., 6/27/12
60 Feet Underground

The Callie Crossley Show

Leon Neyfakh joins us.

Wed., 6/27/12
The Pru: A Love/Hate Story

Wed., 6/27/12
The Pru: A Love/Hate Story

The Callie Crossley Show

Elihu Rubin joins us.


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Black History Month is a time to celebrate the contributions of African Americans who shaped U.S. history. But what about the artists who shape the beauty in our lives right now?

Guest host Alicia Anstead spoke with three major players in the visual and performing arts. First up: Elliot Bostwick Davis, chair of the Museum of Fine Art’s new Americas Wing. She told us about the African American artists whose works are part of the museum’s permanent collection. From there it was to actor and singer Kami Rushell Smith, who plays Our Lady of the Spa in the current production of NINE.

Finally, it was Thomas Wilkins, the new conductor of youth and family concerts at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He’s the first African American to hold a conducting position in the orchestra’s 130 year history.

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