The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 15, 2006

7:08 Political Interference in Science

Michael Halpern, outreach coordinator for the Restore Scientific Integrity campaign, for the Union of Concerned Scientists, ucsusa.org

7:33 How HIV/AIDS affects different communities

Lance Toma, Executive Director of the Asian Pacific Islander Wellness Center, apiwellness.org
Bridget Hughes, Program Coordinator, Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Diseases womenhiv.org

8:08 Reyna Cowan on Film

Sweet Land by Ali Selim
Train Man by Masanori Murakami
Soap by Pernille Fischer Christensen II

8:36 The Sculpture of Ruth Asawa: Contours in the Air

Daniell Cornell, director of Contemporary Art Projects and Curator of American Art for FAMSF

8:47 Aiko Lanier Cuneo, daughter of Ruth Asawa

Exhibit up through January 28, 2007; de Young Museum, GG Park, SF; Event: Artists’ demonstration (featuring Aiko) and symposium on Ruth Asawa’s life and work; Jan. 6 11AM-1PM. Info at 415-750-3614 and www.thinker.org

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