In this month's collaboration with The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), conversation between Professor Peter Coleman and Shahar Sadeh, a visiting Israeli scholar, in collaboration with the Advanced Consortium on Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity at the Earth Institute. Sadeh spoke of her work with nature parks in the Middle East as a path towards peace, mostly between Israel and Jordan.
Still Weavens performing a live set on Offbeat. The first few minutes of the set are missing.
For more of Still Weavens' music visit http://stillweavens.bandcamp.com/
1. EriK B. & Rakim - Move The Crowd (Paid In Full)
2. weirddough - Diamonds
3. Ab - Kiss Yah [prod. by Black Milk] (Student of My Dream)
4. De La Soul - Wonce Again Long Island (Stakes Is High)
5. Bennetrhodes - Share In Love (Sun Ya)
6. J Dilla - Track 35 (3 Beat Tapes: Tape 1)
7. Still Weavens - We Came To Break Knecks
Part II of an interview with New York based street photographer Neil Goldberg about his exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York, focused especially on urban architecture and images found in the New York subway.
Part I of an interview with New York based street photographer Neil Goldberg about his exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York, focused especially on urban architecture and images found in the New York subway.
an interview with the directors of Little Miss Sunshine, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, as they speak about their second feature film, Ruby Sparks. The program will also feature an interview with the star of the film, actor Paul Dano. Ruby Sparks was released by Fox Searchlight on July 25th. Hosted by Chaim Lazaros.
An interview with director Kirby Dick and producer Amy Ziering about their documentary: the Invisible War, a powerful and disturbing exposé of the rape epidemic in the US miliary. This film won multiple awards as well as instilled concrete policy changes in the deeply flawed prosecution system in the US military.
Part II of an Arts and News co-production: an interview with Alison Klayman, director of the critically-acclaimed documentary AI WEI WEI: NEVER SORRY. The film is a close-up examination of world famous artist and political dissident Ai Weiwei, who has gained international popularity over recent years for his creative protests of the Chinese government.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry won the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, was the Official Selection of the Berlin International Film Festival, and was the Opening Night Film of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.