Live From New York, It’s Saturday Afternoon!
Ten years in, the Met’s Live in HD simulcasts continue to change the face of opera around the world.
Moe Brooker: A Great American Painter
Moe Brooker is rightly regarded as one of the greats of American painting. But though he stared down adversity, he freely admits there was also some luck involved.
Farah Siraj is both a musical ambassador for her native Jordan, and a global citizen.
By: Kevin McElvaney The prevailing image of literary magazines involves thick books packed with lengthy, ornate writing. Today, though, some publications are opting to do things a bit differently. HOOT Review, […]
Some artists take pride in suffering for their creativity. But the image of a miserable artist, withering away as their basic needs go unmet, is a bit of a dramatization. In […]
By: Articulate Staff A “guilty pleasure” is something we enjoy only behind closed doors, for fear of what our peers might say. But, when push comes to shove, everyone has at least one. And it’s probably […]
Butoh: The Body In Crisis In Michael Sakamoto, butoh – the 20th century Japanese avant garde dance form (created to explore identity after world war two) – continues to evolve. […]
Colette Fu’s Three Dimensional History If you thought pop up books were just for kids, Colette Fu has news for you. Fiddler on the Loose Gil Shaham may be among […]
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.