A reflection on the accomplishments of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as embodied in Four Freedoms Park. And a look at the exhibition “Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern,” now on view at the Brooklyn Museum.

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REFLECTION ON THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF PRESIDENT DEL NOR ROOSEVELT AS EMBODIED IN FOUR FREEZEMS PART.

HE SAID TO THE CAMERAS THE WORLD WE NEED TO PRUV PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IS A WORLD THAT NEEDS BE FOUNDED ON FOUR FREEDOMS.

AND A LOOK AT THE EXHIBITION NOW ON VIEW AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM.

WE KNOW A LOT ABOUT THE ART OF O'KEEFFE, BUT WE KNOW FAR LES ABOUT HOW SHE SELF-PHYSICIANED HERSELF.

ONE WAY SHE DID IT IS TO FASHION HERSELF IN BLACK AND WHITE.

> FUNDING FOR 'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER, KATE W. CASSIDY FOUNDATION, JEAN DUBINSKI APPLETON ESTATE, JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD, ELLEN AND JAMES S.

MARCUS, THE LEWIS 'SONNY' TURNER FUND FOR DANCE, ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN, THE MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION, AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

FLEXIBILITY, COORDINATION, EXCELLENCE.

FIRST REPUBLIC PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT.

IT'S A PRIVILEGE TO SERVE YOU.

> GOOD EVENING, AND WELCOME TO 'NYC ARTS.'

I'M ON LOCATION AT THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART.

I'M STANDING NOW ON VIEW THE ART OF THE CHIN AND HAN DESIGNSTIES.

IT FEATURES MORE THAN 160 ANCIENT WORKS OF ART INCLUDING RENOWNED TERRA-COTTA ARMY WARRIORS.

IT EXPLORES THE UNPRECEDENTED ROLE OF ART IN CREATING A NEW AND LASTIC CHINESE CULTURAL IDENTITY.

THIS REMARKABLE EXHIBITION WILL BE ON VIEW JULY 16th, AND YOU WON'T WANT TO MISS IT.

WITH MEMORIAL DAY IN FRONT OF US WE TAKE SOME TIME TO REFLECT ON A LEADER WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR MOST OF THE COUNTRY'S INFRASTRUCTURE WE HAVE TODAY.

FRANKLIN DEL NOR ROOSEVELT WAS OUR 32nd PRESIDENT AND THE ONLY ONE TO BE ELECTED TO THREE CONSECUTIVE TERMS.

MANY OF THE BENEFITS WE OWE TO FDR.

SOCIAL SECURITY, OUR LABOR LAWS, AND THE KNOWLEDGE THAT IF A BANK FAILS OUR SAVINGS WILL BE INTACT.

AND WHAT MAY HIEZ GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT ARE THE FOUR HUMAN RIGHTS.

FREEDOM OF SPEECH, FREEDOM OF WORSHIP, FREEDOM FROM WANT, AND FREEDOM FROM FEAR.

IN 2012 THE PARK ON THE SOUTHERN TIP OF THE ROOSEVELT ISLAND WAS DEDICATED TO THESE IDEALS.

WE SPOKE WITH THE FOUNDER OF THE FOUR FREEDOMS PARK ABOUT FDR'S LEGACY AND HIS INDEMINABLE MARK ON HISTORY.

THIS NATION HAS PLACED ITS DESTINY IN THE HANDS AND HEADS AND THOUGHTS OF ITS MILLIONS OF FREE MEN AND WOMEN.

AFTER PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S DEATH IN 1945, THERE WAS A BROAD DISCUSSION BY MANY GROUPS ABOUT WHAT WOULD BE AN APPROPRIATE MEMORIAL TO OUR 32nd PRESIDENT WHO WAS ALREADY SEEN AS ONE OF OUR GREATEST.

MEMORIALS TAKE A LONG TIME TO WORK OUT.

LINCOLN DIED IN 1865, OF COURSE.

SO THE DEBATE WENT ON FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS.

THE PERSON WHOULED THINK WOULD BE DESIGNATED AND DETERMINED TO MAKE IT HAPPEN WAS NELSON ROCKEFELLER.

AS GOVERNOR OF THE STATE HE BEGAN AN URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ON WHAT WAS THEN CALLED WELFARE ISLAND IN THE EAST RIVER RIGHT ACROSS FROM THE UNITED NATIONS.

HE HAD COME AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES TO A COUNTRY WHERE THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM HAD BEEN DESTROYED, WHERE 25% UNEMPLOYMENT.

THERE WAS NO SOCIAL WELFARE, NO SOCIAL SECURITY.

I OFTEN THINK THAT WHEN HE CAME TO OFFICE IN MARCH 1933, THE BANKING SYSTEM WAS DEMOLISHED.

FIRST THING HE DID WAS CLOSE THE BANKS AND GAVE A HOLIDAY.

HE GAVE HIS FIRST FIRESIDE CHAT, WHICH WAS HIS WAY OF COMMUNICATING WITH AMERICA.

MORE IMPORTANT THAN CURRENCY, MORE IMPORTANT THAT GOLD AND THAT'S THE CONFIDENCE OF THE THEMSELVES.

CONFIDENCE AND COURAGE IN THE SUCCESS OF CARRYING OUT OUR PLANS.

TOGETHER WE CANNOT FAIL.

AND ALMOST OVER NIGHT PEOPLE HAD CONFIDENCE IN HIS HIM.

HIS VOICE COMMUNICATED THAT AND HIS ACTIONS ASSURED IT.

AND ROOSEVELT SAVED THE CAPTALIST SYSTEM, THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SYSTEM AND WEPT ON WITH LABOR, GIVING LABOR A VOICE WITH THE WAGNER ACT.

ENDED CHILD LABOR IN THE UNITED STATES.

THE CCE, MY BROTHER WAS IN THAT.

THEY PLANTED OVER 2 BILLION TREES IN AMERICA TO STOP THE KIND OF STORMS THAT HAD SWEPT THOU THE MIDDLE WEST AND REMOVED THE TOPSOIL IN THE COUNTRY.

MORE THAN HALF OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE NATION TODAY WAS BUILT.

WORLD WAR I:00 HAD BEEN A TERRIBLE DISASTER FOR MANY NATIONS AND MANY FAMILIES.

AND IT'S DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND AS YOU LOOK BACK, WHAT THAT WAR HAD BEEN FOUGHT ABOUT.

SO THAT AMERICA IN THE 30s WAS AN ISOLATIONIST COUNTRY, WAS QUITE CONTENT EVEN THOUGH IT HAD MAJOR ECONOMIC DISASTERS AND OTHERS OF ITS OWN TO CONTEND WITH, IT WAS PREPARED TO DEAL ITS OWN WITHOUT THE PROBLEMS OF YOUR.

BUT THEN THE WAR CAME IN 1939.

AND HITLER'S ARMIES PROVED TO BE ONE OF THE WORST IN THE WORLD.

NOW, THAT WAS A VERY CRITICAL AND PIVOTAL TIME.

HITLER HAD CONQUERED EUROPE.

ONLY WINSTON CHURCHILL AND THE BRITISH STOOD AGAINST IT.

SO HE SAID TO THE CONGRESS AND TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES AND SPECIFICALLY TO THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD, THE WORLD WE NEED TO CREATE TO PRESERVE PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IS A WORLD THAT HAS TO BE FOUNDED ON FOUR FREEDOMS.

THE FIRST IS FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION EVERYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

THE SECOND IS FREEDOM OF EVERY PERSON TO WORSHIP GOD IN HIS OWN WAY EVERYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

THE THIRD IS FREEDOM FROM WANT EVERYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

THE FOURTH IS FREEDOM FROM FEAR ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

YOU'VE HAD WELL OVER 600,000 PEOPLE COME TO THE FOUR FREEDOMS PARK.

I'VE SEEN PEOPLE WEEP AS THEY LOOK.

I CAN'T TELL YOU HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE TOLD ME TO TALK ABOUT IT, THE SPIRITUAL DIMENSION OF THE FOUR FREEDOMS PARK.

I HOPE THAT THOSE WHO ARE THE AMBASSADORS TO THE UNITED NATIONS AND THOSE WHO COME TO THE UNITED NATIONS FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL ON DOWN, UNDERSTAND THEIR OBLIGATION TO CREATE THE WORLD THAT FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT WAS TALKING ABOUT.

HE ONCE SAID IN HIS SECOND INAUGURAL DON'T JUDGE ME BY HOW MUCH I'VE DONE.

JUDGE ME BY HOW MUCH I'VE HELPED THOSE WHO HAVE HELPED ME.

FOR MORE ON THE LATEST EVENTS IN ARTS AND CULTURE HERE'S CHRISTINA HAH WITH 'NYC ARTS.'

GOOD EVENING.

WE'RE AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM LOCATED -- IT'S DEVOTED TO EXPLORING THE REMARKABLE SCOPE AND DIVERSITY OF JEWISH CULTURE.

CURITANTLY ON VIEW IS THE ARCADES CONTEMPORARY ART AND WALTER, THE GERMAN PHILOSOPHER AND CRITIC STARTED THE PROJECT IN 1927.

IT'S A SPRAWLING STUDY OF PARIS'S 19TH CENTURY SHOPPING ARCADES.

IT WAS LEFT INCOMPLETE AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH BY SUICIDE WHILE FLEEING THE NAZIS IN 1940.

IN THE CURRENT EXHIBITION CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS COMMON THEMES IN HIS WORK VIA PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO, SCULPTURE AND PAINTING AND EVEN POETRY.

ARTISTS FROM CHRIS BURDEN TO REED FREELANDER DEAL WITH SUBJECTS ADDRESSED IN HIS PROJECTS THAT ARE STILL RELATED TO US.

WAYS OF SEEING CULTURE, CONSUMERISM, AND CONTEMPORARY IDENTITY.

VISITORS ARE ENCOURAGED TO STROLL THROUGH THE EXHIBITION AS IF THEY WERE ONE OF THE MODERN PARISIAN FLU NEURS HE DESCRIBED IN HIS BOOK, WALKING LEISURELY THROUGH THE CITY ENCOUNTERING STRANGE AND NEW YIS AND OBJECTS BY CHANCE.

IT'S AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM THROUGH AUGUST 6th.

HEAD TO JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AN EYE OPENING LOOK AT GENDER EXPRESSION.

IT EXPLORES THE COMPLEXITY OF SEXUAL ROLES AND IDENTITIES IN POPULAR AND EROTIC PRINTS FROM THE 27th TO 19th CENTURY.

THE EXHIBITION FEATURES OVER 65 WOOD BLOCK PRINTS, PAINTINGS, AND OTHER OBJECTS FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF THE ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM IN TORONTO.

THIS IS THE FIRST EXHIBITION IN NORTH AMERICA DEVOTED TO THE PUTRAIL OF PICTURES OF NEITHER MEN NOR WOMEN.

THEY'VE ALSO BEEN MISIDENTIFIED AS FEMALE FIGURES.

THEY CAN BE DISTINGUISHED BY CERTAIN CHARACTERISTICS LIKE THEY WERE OBJECTS FOR DESIRE FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN AND OCCUPIED A DISTINCT POSITION IN THE SOCIAL AND SEXUAL HIERARCHY OF JAPAN DURING THE EDO PERIOD.

A THIRD GENDER, BEAUTIFUL YOUTHS OF JAPANESE PRINTS IS FOR VIEW.

IT EXPLORES BOTH THE LIFE AND WORK OF CLASSICAL MUSIC COMPOSERS.

THE PROGRAM WILL BE BOTH AT THE MORGAN LIBRARY MUSEUM AND BROOKLYN MUSEUM DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE AND WILL INCLUDE WRITERS AND SPEAKERS AS WELL AS GUEST ARTISTS.

IT WILL FOCUS ON THE WORK OF 19th CENTURY COMPOSER FRANZ SCHUBERT.

IT FEATURES PERFORMANCES AND CONCERTS WITH PIANISTS HENRIC KRAMER AND A TUPRAWNO OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA.

IT WILL ALSO FEATURE CONVERSATIONS AND LITERARY READINGS AND COMPOSER AND ELECTRIC GUITARIST STEVEN MACKY.

IT PRESENTS MATIFFS AND AMERICAN ART.

TO EXAMINE THE PROFOUND IMPACT OF AMERICAN MODERN ART TO 1907 TO THE PRESENT.

WITH 44 WORKS BY AMERICAN ARTISTS RANGING FROM AUTHOR DOVE TO JOHN BALDESARI.

THE EXHIBITION EXPLORES THE SURPRISING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN HIS WORKS AND THOSE DRAWN IN BY THE FLUID COLORS AND SUBJECT MATTER, SOMETIMES MAKING DIRECT REFERENCES TO SPECIFIC WORKS.

OTHER ARTISTS IN THE EXHIBIT INCLUDE STUART, AND HELEN FRANKEN HP THELLER.

ALSO ON VIEW IS INSPIRED BY MOTIVES.

FROM ALFRED MARS STILL LIFE WITH FRUIT BALL TO NICK CADES SOUND SUIT.

AND FINALLY PASCHAL MODERN DANCE COMPANY RETURNS TO THE DANCE THEATER.

IT WILL BRING AN UPDATED RESTAGING, A CLASSIC FROM THE CHOREOGRAPHER'S EARLY DAYWISE THE COMPANY.

BUT THE COMPANY IS READY TO ROCK WITH THE WORLD PREMIER OF A NEW WORK.

FIRE IN THE SKY IS THE FIRST ROCK AND ROLL PIECE.

SET TO MUSIC BY DEEP PURPLE, IT'S A NUSTALGIC LOOK TO THE PAST.

ARTISTS WILL LOOK AT THE CLASSIC LOVE SONGS BUT ALSO SEE THE COMPANY MOVING IN A NEW DIRECTION.

IT'S AT THE JOYCE THEATER MAY 31th THROUGH JUNE 4th.

AND THAT'S THE 'NYC ARTS' NEWS.

FROM THE JEWISH MUSEUM ON THE UPPER EAST SIDE I'M CHRISTINA HAH.

> NEXT, WE TAKE A TRIP TO IT BROOKLYN MUSEUM FROM GEORGIA O'KEEFFE LIVING MODERN.

IT INCLUDES KEY PAINTINGS BY THE ARTIST AND ALSO INCLUDES ICONIC PHOTOGRAPHS, CLOTHES, ACCESSORIES AND THE MODERNIST PERSONA.

GEORGIA O'KEEFFE HAD HER FIRST EXHIBITION AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM IN 1927.

IT INCLUDED BLACK PANSY AND FRET ME NOT, NOW PART OF THE MUSEUM'S COLLECTION.

OTHER NOTABLE WORKS ON VIEW RANGE FROM HER 'BROOKLYN BRIDGE' TO HER PAINTING OF THE THE RAMS HEAD AND WHITE HOLLYHOCK IN THE MEXICAN LANDSCAPE.

OTHERS DOCUMENTS THE WAY SHE CONSCIOUSLYPODES FOR THE CAMERA, TAKING OWNERSHIP OF HER IDENTITY AS AN ARTIST AND A WOMAN.

GUEST CURATOR TAKES US THROUGH THE EXHIBITION.

ONE OF THE THINGS THAT WE ARE TRYING TO SAY IN THIS EXHIBITION IS THAT THE AESTHETIC THAT GEORGIA O'KEEFFE PROMOTES IN HER ART, WHICH WE MIGHT DESCRIBE AS AN ORGANIC FLOWING LINE, OR AS GEOMETRIES AS BLOWN UP SPECIFIC SHAPES, THAT WE FIND THAT SAME AESTHETIC IN THE WAY SHE DRESSED.

WE KNOW A LOT ABOUT THE ART OF O'KEEFFE BUT WE KNOW FAR LESS ABOUT HOW SHE SO FASHIONED HERSELF.

ONE THING OUR EXHIBITION IS ABLE TO DO IS SHOW HOW SHE MOVES THROUGH FASHION, CHANGING HER COSTUMES.

THE EARLIEST PIECES THESE ARE SUMMER WHITES AS I CALL THEM, SILK TWO-PIECE OUTFITS WE CAN DATE WITH SOME SECURITY TO THE EARLY 20s AND 30s.

SOME THINGS SHE MADE HERSELF.

THIS IS HANDIWORK WE'RE TALKING ABOUT, NOT MACHINEWORK.

BUT THE LATER O'KEEFFE AND THE MONEY TO AFFORD GOOD SEEM TRSZS,SHIELD COMMISSION.

SO ONE COULD DESCRIBE HER STYLE USING THE LANGUAGE OF MODERNISM.

YOU COULD DESCRIBE IT, FOR INSTANCE, MORE ABOUT LINE AND SILHOUETTES THAN ABOUT ORNAMENTATION AND DECORATION OF AN INTERIOR OF A DRESS OR BLOUSE.

WE ORGANIZED THE EXHIBITION AROUND SEVERAL PLACES.

WE EVEN INCLUDE A SECTION ON ASIA BECAUSE SHE WAS A GREAT STUDENT OF THINGS ASIAN.

SHE LOVED JAPANESE PRINTS.

SHE LOVED THE CALLIGRAPHIC TRADITIONS OF JAPAN AND CHINA.

NEW MEXICO FOR HER WAS A BELOVED PLACE.

SHE LOVED EVERYTHING ABOUT THE SOUTHWEST.

STARTING WITH CLIMATE, SHE LOVED THE SPARSENESS AND ARIDITY OF THE DESERT FLOOR.

SHE REALLY ABSORBED THE SOUTHWEST IN AN AMAZING WAY.

SHE TOOK ON THEIR ADOBE ARCHITECTURAL TRADITIONS AND ADDED A LITTLE MODERNISM TO HER HOUSES.

AND SHE TOOK ON THE PALETTE.

SHE SAID ABOUT NORTHERN NEW MEXICO, IT'S PAINTERS COUNTRY.

ALL THE WORK IS DONE FOR YOU.

SHE LOVED THE BLUES OF THE GORGEOUS SKIES THERE.

SHE LOVED THE REDS OF THE RED HILLS.

SHE LOVED THE PINK AND THE CREAMS AND THE WHITES THAT SHE FOUND IN THAT LANDSCAPE.

SHIELD AGREE THAT SHE WAS MORE COLORFUL IN HER PAINTINGS THAN SHE WAS IN HER DRESS.

THERE IS A DIVERGENCE, IF YOU WILL, AS TO THE RATHER AUSTERITY, THE COLOR PALLETSHIELD WEAR ON HER BODY VERSUS THE REAL FLOW ANDCRYATIVITY WITH COLOR IN HER PAINTINGS.

THE EXHIBITION INCLUDES OF COURSE PAINTINGS BECAUSE WE ASSOCIATE FIRST ART WITH THE NAME GEORGIA O'KEEFFE.

BUT IT ALSO INCLUDES ALMOST 100 PHOTOGRAPHS.

THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPHER O'KEEFFE SENT FOR WAS ALBERT, A GREAT 19th CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHER WHO EVENTUALLY MARRIED O'KEEFFE IN 1924.

HE DECIDED HE HAD A VERY STRIKING WOMAN WHO KNEW HOW TO DRESS IN SIMPLE MODERN GEOMETRY.

FOR 20 YEARS HE PHOTOGRAPHED HER.

AS HIS WORK BECAME GREATER KNOWN, IT BECAME CLEAR SHE WAS A GREAT MODEL.

SO MANY PEOPLE ASKED ME HOW DID SHE PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCESS OF MAKING THESE STRIKING PHOTOGRAPHS?

ONE WAY SHE SELF-FASHIONED HERSELF WAS TO ALWAYS STAY WITH BLACK AND WHITE AND PRESENT HERSELF SO THEY'RE SORT OF JEOMETRIES TO THE WAY SHE'S DRESSED.

V SHAPE PRINTS SHOWS UP OFTEN IN THE ART AND OFTEN SHOWS UP IN THE CLOTHES SHE'S WEARING.

SO I THINK THERE'S A DIALOGUE, A KIND OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN WHAT SHE DOES IN THE STUDIO AND WHAT SHE DOES TO PREPARE HERSELF.

BUT IN THE LATE 40s, WHEN HE DIED, THEN YOU HAVE A PARADE OF PHOTOGRAPHERS THAT WOULD MAKE THEIR WAY, MANY OF THEM, TO THE SOUTHWEST TO PHOTOGRAPH HER.

SHE LEARNED THE WAYS THAT SHE COULD POSE THAT WOULD ASSERT, IF YOU WILL, THE IDENTITY SHE WAS AFTER.

AND EVENTUALLY THAT IDENTITY BECAME IN HER LATE YEARS A KIND OF ZEN OKEY.

SHOELD BE WEARING ONE OF HER BLACK AND WHITEOUT FITS AND GO INTO WHAT I CALL ONE OF HER GRAVITOUS MODES.

SHE HAD SIT AND POSE OFTEN ON A CHAIR OR IN ONE OF HER ADOBE HOUSES.

ANDSHIELD TURN FROM THE CAMERA, OR AT LEAST NOT LOOK STRAIGHT AT THE PHOTOGRAPHER, AND THAT IS THE O'KEEFFE MANY PEOPLE WILL CONJURE UP AS THE O'KEEFFE THEY MOST REMEMBER BECAUSE THOSE IMAGE ARE THE ONES THAT CIRCULATE THE MOST.

I'VE BEEN DELIGHTED THE WAY THE AUDIENCES FOR THIS EXHIBITION HAVE SEEN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ART, CLOTHES, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND HAVE REALLY REVELLED IN THE WAY THAT ENLARGES THEIR VIEW OF O'KEEFFE.

AND I THINK HER CHARACTER, PARTICULARLY HER SENSE OF DISCIPLINE AND HER REFUSAL TO DO THINGS IN ANYTHING BUT HER OWN WAY, I GUESS IS WHAT WE WOULD CALL HER INDEPENDENCE, VISITORS HAVE REALLY ENJOYED MEETING O'KEEFFE AS YOU WILL AS A PERSO, NOT JUST AS AN ARTIST.

> HELLO, WELCOME TO LINCOLN CENTER.

ALL YEAR ROUND NEW YORKERS AND GUESTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD COME TO THIS AMAZING PLACE WITH THEATERS OVERFLOWING WITH THE BEST IN MUSIC, DANCE, OPERA, DRAMA, AND FILM.

FROM JUNE 1st TO 4th, THEY WILL CELEBRATE THE COMPOSER WITH 14 PERFORMANCES THAT WILL TAKE OVER THE HALL.

IT WILL FOCUS ON ATTAR ARTISTS FROM ALL OVER THE GHOEB.

SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS WILL BE JAZZ PERFORMING WITH PAKISTANI FLUTIST BAKHIR.

AND THE CLUB COCA-COLA WILL FEATURE PERFORMANCEANCES.

FOR COMPLETE DETAILS PLEASE VISIT JAZZ.OREGON.

FOR INFORMATION YOU CAN VISIT THEIR WEBSITE AT LINCOLN CENTER.ORG.

I HOPE YOU'VE ENJOYED OUR PROGRAM.

GOOD NIGHT AND SEE YOU NEXT TIME.

> NEXT WEEK ON NYC-ARTS, A LOOK AT THE EXHIBITION NATIVE FASHION NOW CURRENTLY ON VIEW AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN.

FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC THEY ARE FED AN IMAGE OF NATIVE-AMERICAN FASHION AND NATIVE DESIGN AND NATIVE STYLE THAT IS REALLY ONE-DIMENSIONAL.

AND THE TRUTH IS THAT CONTEMPORARY NATIVE FASHION IS WILDLY DIVERSE.

AND THERE ARE DESIGNERS WHO ARE WORKING WITH VERY CUTTING EDGE MATERIALS.

AND A VISIT TO THE CULTURAL CENTER TO SEE THE EXHIBITION 'A WORLD OF EMOTIONS.'

WE HAVE TO STUDY EMOTIONS IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO FULLY UNDERSTAND ANCIENT GREEK ART AND CULTURE.

> FUNDING FOR 'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE BY ROSALIND P.

WALTER, KATE W. CASSIDY FOUNDATION, JEAN DUBINSKI APPLETON ESTATE, JODY AND JOHN ARNHOLD, ELLEN AND JAMES S.

MARCUS, THE LEWIS 'SONNY' TURNER FUND FOR DANCE, ELISE JAFFE AND JEFFREY BROWN, THE MILTON AND SALLY AVERY ARTS FOUNDATION, AND ELROY AND TERRY KRUMHOLZ FOUNDATION.

THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL.

ADDITIONAL FUNDING PROVIDED BY MEMBERS OF 13.

'NYC ARTS' IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FIRST REPUBLIC BANK.

FLEXIBILITY, COORDINATION, EXCELLENCE.

FIRST REPUBLIC PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT.