If you missed it live yesterday, you can now watch Michael’s conversation with March for Science executive director Rania Batrice at YouTube as they reflect on hope and loss, mental health, and the role of art in our lives during the pandemic. It’s this week’s episode of Let’s Get FACTSinated. Go HERE to watch. … Continued
If you’ve ever wondered what a Yale U. entomologist, a former Andy Warhol Superstar active in the Factory scene, an Ecuadorian ant, and Michael Stipe have in common, your wait is over.
“I’m a very visual person and also music is extremely visual to me. Composing music is not easy, but writing to compose music is even more difficult. And still, looking to an image and listening to song are the same thing, to me. I see a landscape, music brings a visual image to my mind. … Continued
“My life’s work with music is intangible. It’s creativity that you cannot touch. And so making things that you can touch – a vase that you can hold, a book you can put it on the shelf, say – for me, that’s fascinating.” – Michael Stipe Read Michael’s interview with Miranda Sawyer in the Irish … Continued
YouTube Exclusive: Michael & March For Science’s Rania Batrice To Discuss the Personal Toll of the Pandemic
This Thursday, May 6 at 6:00 PM ET on YouTube, Michael will join March For Science interim Executive Director Rania Batrice for a moment of reflection on hope and loss, mental health, and the role of art in our lives during the pandemic in this week’s episode of March For Science’s show “Let’s Get FACTSinated.” … Continued