Guys,

I just got off the phone with a producer from NPR WHYY's Radio Times. They invited me to come on their live radio show

this Friday at 11 am EST

http://whyy.org/cms/radiotimes/

I will be a guest together with Elisabeth Agro, Curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! The theme of the show will be to introduce Craft as an integral part of the world of art.

If you have time to listen and call in live, the info on how to go about that is on their website. If you cannot listen to the show live, you can catch it later via links on their website or their iTunes podcasts.

Radio Times is a live, two-hour, daily, news and information call-in show produced from WHYY, Philadelphia's NPR affiliate and carried nationally by the NPR/Sirius satellite channel 122. NPR Now, weekdays from 9-11p.

You can can count on a lot of traffic to crafthaus after the show, so if you are still waiting to update images etc, now would be the time to put your best foot forward!

Wish me luck, I hope to represent you all and crafthaus well!

Best,

Brigitte

e: crafthauseditor@live.com

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Tags: Agro, Elisabeth, NPR, Radio, Talk, crafthaus, radio

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Comment by Mimi Favre on May 11, 2012 at 7:32pm
Loved the interview. One hour was not enough time for this topic. A wide range of ideas were covered. It was a refreshing subject to hear on mainstream program. Radio Times is available as a Podcast. I might have to listen again! And the Craft Show at Philadelphia Museum of Art is a must. FYI-- the new Barnes Collection on the Parkway will open in a couple of weeks. Much to see in Philadelphia!
Comment by Rameen Ahmed on May 9, 2012 at 4:45pm

Congratulations, Brigitte!!  We're all ears!

Comment by Catherine Marche on May 9, 2012 at 2:42pm

Great news, have fun !

xx

CAtherine

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