The Fine Art of Aging

October 12, 2008
(was 09.30.2007)

Are you an experimental innovator who works by trial and error and is most creative later in life, like Cezanne? Or are you a conceptual young genius like Picasso? We'll explore a theory that those are the two life cycles of artistic creativity.

  1. David Galenson on "Old Masters and Young Geniuses"

    David Galenson talks to Steve Paulson about his theory that most artists are either old masters like Cezanne or young geniuses like Picasso.

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  2. Doug Gordon Reports on Nick Lowe

    Nick Lowe has been making music for 40 years, as a solo artist and with such bands as Rockpile and Little Village.  Many critics say he's doing his best work now, at the age of 58.

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  3. Amy Gorman on "Aging Artfully"

    Amy Gorman is the author of "Aging Artfully," a book with 12 profiles of visual and performing women artists between the ages of 85 and 105.

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  4. Millard Kaufman on A New Career

    Millard Kaufman has a long string of successes, including two Oscar nominations as a screen writer.  He tells Jim Fleming why he decided to take on a new kind of writing.

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