Aspen Ideas Festival

The Aspen Ideas Festival is an annual week long gathering that offers a variety of programs, tutorials, seminars, discussions and events that bring together vibrant intellectual exchange. You'll hear on some of the live sessions from the Aspen Ideas Festival here on Aspen Public Radio.

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1:07pm

Sat June 29, 2013

12:53pm

Sat June 29, 2013
Special Coverage

Aspen Ideas Festival - Arts Strike: Transforming through the Arts, a Demonstration and Discussion

Arts Strike: Transforming through the Arts, a Demonstration and Discussion

Arts Strike is a dialogue between artists, schools and communities first piloted by Yo-Yo Ma and Damian Woetzel in 2010. This special discussion and demonstration for the Aspen Ideas Festival highlights the unique power of the arts to educate and engage, and will feature local Colorado children alongside renowned artists, several of whom have participated in Arts Strikes in schools across the country.

Yo-Yo Ma, Cristina Pato, Charles "Lil Buck" Riley, Damian Woetzel, Tracy Straus, Anna Deavere Smith

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2:40pm

Fri June 28, 2013
Special Coverage

Aspen Ideas Festival - Politics of the Possible

Politics of the Possible

Where are the opportunities for bipartisan consensus and policy solutions? What's required to make that happen?

George Mitchell, Thomas J. Wilson, Melody Barnes, Tim Pawlenty, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Rita Braver


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6:14pm

Thu June 27, 2013

12:16pm

Thu June 27, 2013
Special Coverage

Aspen Ideas Festival - Pakistan at a Crossroads

Pakistan at a Crossroads

With the accelerated US drawdown of forces in Afghanistan, what lies ahead for Pakistan? What remain the greatest threats to stability in Pakistan? How can the international community play a positive role in Pakistan’s economic development and political stability? Is there a substantial role for the United States?

Stanley A. McChrystal, Husain Haqqani, David Ignatius

PLEASE NOTE: Due to technical problems at the location some of the audio may drop out at times and return. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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