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Neuburg, Ikeda and Gatti

Listen as avant-garde songstress Amy X Neuburg creates a new song cycle with her Cello Chixtet.

Learn patience from ceramicist Shuji Ikeda who fires his woven clay baskets in a kiln that must burn for seven days.

And then meet designer Stanlee Gatti as he creates a floral masterpiece at the Conservatory of Flowers.

[Original air date: Wed, Mar 28, 2007]

This program is not currently scheduled for broadcast.



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