Jared Bowen is WGBH’s Emmy Award-winning Executive Editor and Host for Arts. Find him hosting Open Studio on Channel 2 each Friday, sharing advice for theater goers on Thursday's Morning Edition and reporting on local arts for Greater Boston.
By Jared Bowen
The dog days of summer are upon us, and what better way to duck out of the heat than by taking in some art? Right now, the Peabody Essex museum in Salem hosts two must-see shows: One exploring the artistic and personal relationship between Surrealist photographer Man Ray and his lover, and the other a rare look at the Hudson River School.
By Jared Bowen
The Boston Jewish Film Festival celebrates 22 years of showcasing great films with Jewish themes from around the world. Jared Bowen talks to artistic director Sara Rubin about what she's watching this year.
Arts & Drama Notes from WGBH
Find out about upcoming shows, special events, and discounts.
Host Jared Bowen explores the arts & culture scene in Boston through intimate profiles of artisans.
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010
7:00 pm, Ch. 2, WGBH
Jared interviews Secretariat star Diane Lane
Jared Bowen is an Emmy-winning reporter with WGBH-TV’s nightly news magazine program, Greater Boston with Emily Rooney. Jared’s coverage takes him from breaking news to politics to arts and culture. In his regular Center Stage segments, Jared covers the latest in the Boston area’s theater, art, music, dance and film scenes. He is a member of the Elliot Norton Awards Selection Committee recognizing achievement in Boston theater. He also serves on the Board of Governors for the Boston/New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
In over a decade with WGBH, Jared has produced four news documentaries for Greater Boston and he produced the first three seasons of the station’s Eye on Education initiative. He’s won two New England Emmy awards for his arts reporting.
Jared began his career at Dateline NBC in New York and is a graduate of Emerson College where he also won several Associated Press Awards.