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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH SPECIAL ON WYOMING PUBLIC RADIO

Building Speak - Stories of Pioneering Women Architects
Kitchen Sisters - PRX
Building Speak - Stories of Pioneering Women Architects

Tuesday, March 12 - 7 pm

Buildings Speak: Stories of Pioneering Women Architects.

Hear a new special from The Kitchen Sisters, the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation, and hosted by Academy Award-winning actress Frances McDormand. Trailblazers, codebreakers, skyscraper visionaries. Women who changed the skyline and built environment that surrounds us today. Striking, surprising stories of design, vision, and love.

Julia Morgan, the first accredited female architect in California, who designed Hearst Castle and was nearly written out of the history books. Natalie de Blois, who helped imagine the first glass skyscrapers on Park Avenue by day and raised four children by night. Amaza Lee Meredith, a Black queer modernist architect from the 1930s South who helped establish Sag Harbor as a haven for Black intellectuals, artists and beachcombers.

Friday, March 29, 11am

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and multiple Grammy winner Bonnie Raitt
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and multiple Grammy winner Bonnie Raitt

TALK MUSIC WITH ME: BONNIE RAITT

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and multiple Grammy winner Bonnie Raitt talks with Paul Ingles about her life and career in this full extended interview from 2012. Bonnie talks about her early influences, her early days as a 20-something blues phenom, her brush with addiction and obscurity, and then her rise back to the top with a string of Grammy awards and commercial success.

Link to Lynne Simpson Women In Media Program

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