Monday, December 17, 2007

I've begun working closely with STUDIO 360, which has been tremendously rewarding. On this week's program I'm featured with Miranda July and other artists, talking about the MacDowell Colony, a life in the arts and much more.


Studio 360: Daisey Does MacDowell:

A hundred years ago in New Hampshire, Edward and Marian MacDowell opened the doors of America’s first official artists colony. Aaron Copland wrote "Billy the Kid" there. Willa Cather worked on Death Comes for the Archbishop. And earlier this year, Mike Daisey went to work on a monologue. He has this to say about his month in a cabin at the MacDowell Colony.

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