Caught In The Act

Season 2011 Episode 12.02.11

Caught In The Act Eps. 43

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Original air date: 11/23/2011 Canary Project and the Gowanus: The Gowanus Canal could be a local flashpoint for climate change, especially when it comes to flooding. It’s the subject of a field study for the Canary Project, which explores the intersection of art and the environment. Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra: This longstanding orchestra mixes amateurs and professionals; here they rehearse “Peter and the Wolf” and “The William Tell Overture” for a family concert at the Brooklyn Museum. Textile Arts Center: Fabric is king at this beehive of textile art and activity, where they offer classes, exhibits, and an artist-in-residence program. Val-Inc: Val Jeanty, using Val-Inc as her professional name, infuses her many roles as drummer, producer, turntablist, and recording engineer with the energizing beat of her Haitian childhood From Brooklyn Independent Television's Caught In The Act.moreless
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