Liz Warner | KCET
Liz comes from a background of radio and music, starting out by hosting a long-standing radio show on WDET Detroit public radio. Through radio, text and television, she has interviewed musicians, visual artists, filmmakers and authors. Liz holds an M.A. in journalism from the University of Southern California and is heard on radio broadcaster dublab. She is the the host of Border Blaster on KCET and has contributed to various outlets including The Wire, MTV Amp and Detroit Metro Times, and has served as music editor for indie Orbit Magazine. Liz has been honored for her work from the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards, the Southern California Journalism Awards and the Los Angeles Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
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What do art, social justice and philosophy have to do with freedom? UCLA professors Andrea Fraser, Lauren McCarthy, Ananya Roy, and Seana Shiffrin ponder "What is Freedom?"
Post date: 2018-10-15T16:13:50-07:00
What do performance, genetics, art and feminist media have to do with beauty? UCLA professors J.Ed Araiza, Paul Barber, Marla Berns and Kathleen McHugh ponder "What is Beauty?"
Post date: 2018-10-08T17:06:02-07:00
What do design, music, and spirituality have to do with time? UCLA professors Rebeca Méndez, James Newton, Asma Sayeed, and provost Scott Waugh ponder "What is Time?"
Post date: 2018-10-01T17:36:59-07:00
What do neuroscience, architecture, and visual art have to do with space? UCLA professors Dana Cuff, Andrea Ghez, Rodrigo Valenzuela, and Paul Weiss ponder "What is Space?"
Post date: 2017-10-17T09:05:01-07:00
Originally from Detroit, Barbara Dane's rich voice resonated with a sense of purpose that was a holdover from the singing she would provide at protests and union events. She performs once again in L.A. where many of her pivotal moments in music occurred.