Radio Watch: Alan Lee Interview On NPR
From: Trey Kay
I produced a feature story on the Public Radio International program, Studio 360. This show will explore how we define success in art. My segment will focus on “Successful Passages.” That is, moments that work perfectly in a piece of art — the place where everything comes together splendidly, whether or not the artwork works as a whole.
For this piece, I interviewed Alan Lee, art director of the Lord of the Rings films, as well as, Damian Woetzel, dancer from the New York City Ballet and the innovative American painter Alex Katz.
If you are in New York, Studio 360 airs on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. on WNYC 93.9 FM and on Sunday evenings at 7 p.m. on WNYC AM 820.
If you are in another part of the country, check our web site www.studio360.org, you will be able to find local station listings and broadcast times.
If you are unable to listen to the show when it airs, you can hear this show or any of the other stories that I have produced on the shows web site. You will need Real Player to listen the segment. Click onto the archives and find the show with my piece.
Also, check out www.nextbigthing.org to the piece that I did with former Talking Head Tina Weymouth. In this segment, she speaks about how seeing Muddy Waters changed her life. “Muddy Made Me” (6/1/2002)Posted in Old Special Reports on October 18, 2002 by xoanon