A World of Emotions airs on WNYC’s Leonard Lopate Show, Booker Prize-winning author Arundhati Roy at BAM, special lecture at the National Arts Club, and final weeks of exhibition—closes June 24.
Time Closes in on A World of Emotions
Last day—Saturday, June 24
Visitors tell us this exhibition is especially powerful and moving, that there is a feeling of connection to the ancient artworks through the pathways of emotion. Don’t miss A World of Emotions, now in its final weeks, before these stirring works are shipped home. We have been moved by their presence and are sad to see them go. But for now rejoice—there is still time! Free guided tours are offered Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1:00pm.
Two related programs take place through our partnership with BAM—authors Roxane Gay and Arundhati Roy approach emotion through the art of writing and will discuss their new books.
Listen live from 12:30 to 1:00 pm on WNYC – 93.9 FM.
Leonard Lopate hosts exhibition curator Angelos Chaniotis and philosopher Alexander Nehamas for a heartfelt conversation on A World of Emotions. Princeton University Professor Nehamas’ philosophical musings are the subject of the May edition of our Off Center Journal.
For the past 30 years, Leonard Lopate has welcomed poets, painters, politicians, novelists, dancers, Nobel and Pulitzer winners, filmmakers and actors to talk about their work on WNYC’s acclaimed arts and culture program. The Leonard Lopate Show has been the proud recipient of three James Beard Awards and three Associated Press Awards. It is the most listened to local public radio show in the United States.