WHYY Friday Arts

Here are the seven Web Extra videos I edited during my internship at WHYY – Friday Arts from August 2014 to May 2015. Click on the images to go to where they are featured on WHYY Friday Art’s website.

Greens Grow WHYYWeb extra: Extended Interview with Chief Ideas Officer and Founder of Greens Grow Farms, Mary Seton Corboy

 

Charles Willson Peale WHYYWeb Extra: Charles Willson Peale
Nathaniel Popkin, author of Lion and Leopard, talks about the famous Charles Willson Peale, who is a character in his new historical fiction novel. Charles Willson Peale was a man of ambition and ingenuity who came to be a prominent leader in the arts and natural sciences for the new growing country of the United States of America.

The Human Body WHYYWeb Extra: The Human Body
Art and Medical Students from Drexel’s Gross Anatomy Lab get to spend intimate amounts of time with cadavers as they study the human body. The more they study it and observe the structure and composition of the body, their interest has grown to admiration and fascination, seeing the body in a whole new light and appreciation.

Lion and the Leopard WHYYWeb Extra: About Lion and Leopard
Lion and Leopard is a recently Philadelphia published Literary Historical Fiction novel written by Nathaniel Popkin. The origin of this book originates from the mysterious death of John Lewis Krimmel in 1821 at a mill pond where upstream, there was Charles Willson Peale frantically trying to build a mill but failing. Krimmel was an innovative urban street scene artist ahead of his time and slightly unwelcomed for his free will to include all kinds of races and classes in his art, while Peale was an eminent artist and founder of museums. Popkin gives us a glimpse of this impactful mysterious death of Krimmel and intrigues us by telling us more about the fact that these two prominent artist knew each other. Were they rivals? What happened? Did Peale accidentally affect the death of Krimmel? Or was there something more to this death?

Ralph Hunter WHYYWeb Extra: Ralph Hunter
Ralph Hunter, Founder and President of the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey shares how it all began and talks about some of the museum’s highlights.

Carla Hall WHYYWeb extra: Extended interview with Chef Carla Hall
Chef Carla Hall talks about her career trajectory and the opening of her first restaurant in New York City.

Ketchup WHYY Greens Grow

 

How to Prepare Ketchup from Scratch – Greens Grow Farms

 

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