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The Winnipeg Arts Council is launching a new series March 15 by bringing in comedian John Hodgman to talk about the importance of the arts in our lives.
Hodgman, known for his many appearances on The Daily Show, as well as in many TV shows and movies over the years and his series of humorous commercials for Apple computers, will kick off the Arts Matters series, appearing in conversation with Winnipeg-born broadcaster Bill Richardson at the RMTC Warehouse Theatre.
Tickets, which sell for $25, are available at the Winnipeg Arts Council office or online at www.winnipegarts.ca.
The Arts Matters series continues on May 14 with Alex Ross, the music critic of the New Yorker magazine.