The Artist's Voice : TED Radio Hour Art not only spreads joy, but also inspires us to think deeply about the world around us. This hour, TED speakers explore how dance, poetry, and film can shift beliefs and empower creative expression. Guests include choreographer Camille A. Brown, director Jon M. Chu, and poets Amanda Gorman and Lee Mokobe.

The Artist's Voice

The Artist's Voice

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Art not only spreads joy, but also inspires us to think deeply about the world around us. This hour, TED speakers explore how dance, poetry, and film can shift beliefs and empower creative expression.

Guests include choreographer Camille A. Brown, director Jon M. Chu, and poets Amanda Gorman and Lee Mokobe.

This episode of TED Radio Hour was produced by Katie Monteleone, James Delahoussaye, Janet W. Lee and Diba Mohtasham. It was edited by Sanaz Meshkinpour and Rachel Faulkner.

Our production staff also includes Christina Cala, Matthew Cloutier and Fiona Geiran. Jeff Rogers is our executive producer. Our audio engineer is Daniel Shukhin.