Eli Broad and the Art of Being Unreasonable

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Eli Broad has contributed more to Los Angeles Art and Culture than any single person since Dorothy Chandler built the Music Center.  He's collecting art, rescuing old museums and building new ones.  He's also a prime mover in education reform. We talk at length with Eli Broad tonight and ask why he calls himself, "The Unreasonable Man." Also, a conversation with LACMA director Michael Govan, standing under the 340-ton boulder called “Levitated Mass” and telling us what it's like. You'll be able to do that too, starting this coming Sunday. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, the Farm Bill: real reform or political bait and switch?

Banner image: Eli Broad records the audio introduction for his e-book



Warren Olney