Artistic Response to Uprisings and Revolutions
How have artistic groups influenced, responded to and taken inspiration from revolutionary movements?By The Walt Bodine Show, July 1, 2009
Kansas City , Mo. –
The news of popular uprising in Iran may spark memories of uprisings past.
For many of us, our frame of reference comes not from standing in a public square with demonstration sign in hand, but from watching a movie or reading a book that portrays dramatic political events in lifelike detail.
Our guests discuss how various artistic groups have influenced, responded to and taken inspiration from revolutionary movements.
We also explore whether these creations serve as a cultural diary of major events that have changed the course of history.
Nilufar Movahedi, KKFI FM
Russ Simmons, KCTribune.com, KKFI FM, Fox 4
Local Radio Host Follows Iranian Elections
For a local perspective on the events in Tehran, KCUR's Susan B. Wilson spoke to Nilufar Movahedi, who hosts two radio shows on KKFI 90.1 FM called Saba: Wind of Love, for English speaking, second generation Iranians, and another show called Sayeh for Persian-speaking listeners.