Hailed as one of America’s best dressed men, fashion designer Walé Oyéjidé is on a mission to help all men dress better.
At the Arden, children’s theater is anything but child’s play.
The Philadelphia region is home to some of the world’s greatest pipe organs. And for the Philadelphia orchestra’s organist Michael Stairs, they’re all old friends.
By: Kevin McElvaney It’s the height of summer – the time of year when lawns and gardens get the utmost attention. And, for almost as long as we’ve had lawns, […]
The Ghetto Potter The ceramics of Roberto Lugo pay homage to their classical past but are firmly rooted in the realities of an inner city upbringing. All the World’s A […]
Odetta was an iconic singer known for her distinctive, powerful voice and unique interpretations of traditional folk songs. Prior to her death in 2008, she’d been making music for more […]
Bharatanatyam: Indian Dance The classical dance form Bharatanatyam survived colonial oppression and today exemplifies Indian identity both at home and abroad. King of the Podium Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s unique approach to […]
Articulate with Jim Cotter is a weekly TV arts magazine show, bringing you fresh and unique stories that explore the variety, quality and heritage of creativity in our region while also showing how art speaks to us in our everyday lives.
Articulate is funded by a generous grant from the Neubauer Family Foundation.
Jim Cotter is an award-winning journalist who has spent the past decade of his thirty-year career reporting on the arts in Philadelphia. He was born and raised in Ireland where he began his broadcasting career before moving to the U.K. where he worked for BBC Radio Wales and the BBC World Service. Jim has worked all over the world, including in Europe and Asia to report on The Philadelphia Orchestra's tours.