On location at Musee Bourdelle in Paris, France, Ms Bourdelle discusses the life and art of her late husband Antoine Bourdelle.
Richard Florsheim discusses the relationship between artists and museums, the role of art institutions, and the commodification of contemporary art.
Eddie Balchowsky tells stories about being an Observation Scout during the Spanish Civil War and marching with a British battalion. He plays and sings several songs of the time.(unknown titles)
Interviewing author-photographer of "Street People" Janet Beller.
Harry Jackson discusses his career as a singer, painter, and sculptor and the inspiration he took from fellow contemporaries and Italian sculpture. Between 10:00 and 11:00, Jackson remarks that Mary Wright "from the south fork of the Shoshone River" is in the studio with them.
Richard Demarco discusses the importance of riding the art experience of snobbery and the importance of art as relevant to everyone. In addition, Richard speaks on the work of Jimmy Boyle, convicted criminal turned successful artist. Demarco prompts the question: "Is art the language that transcends philosophy?"
Leon Golub talks about his current art projects and the power of the largeness of a canvas and its representations can have in the art experience.
Discussing the book "Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist." Includes recordings of Robert Frost reading "The Road Not Taken," Carl Sandburg reading "Gone," and Tom Waits' song "Nighthawks."
Shel Silverstein discusses his books "Lafcadio: The Lion Who Shot Back" and "Uncle Shelby's ABZ Book".. Shel Silverstein discusses his books, children's literature, and cartoonists.
Opens with Gertrude Stein reading from her poem "If I told him". Excerpts from dedication of "The Picasso" statue in Daley Plaza. Studs speaks with residents of Chicago and gets their thoughts on the sculpture.(1925335-3-1 and 1925335-3-2) David D. Duncan discusses his book "Goodbye, Picasso" and talks about the artwork of Pablo Picasso and his friendship with him.
Sebastiao Salgado, a Brazilian documentary photographer and photojournalist, converses with Studs about his book "Workers: An Archaeology of the Industrial Age". Mr. Salgado shares stories with Studs of the people he has photographed, and the things he has learned about the perseverance of human nature. Several songs are interspersed; "Funeral de um lavrador(farmers funeral)" Chico Buarque song from Good Friday festival in Italy(un-named) "Train call" track building team in Alabama "a death tribute" Name of song not given referred to as written.
John Weber, Mark Rogovin and Justine DeVan discuss their involvement with the mural movement as well as their involvement with the Chicago community and their various art projects. Includes excerpt of an interview with Bill Walker at the Peace and Salvation Wall of Understanding in (near?) Cabrini Green.
Discussing Richard Nixon and interviewing Jules Feiffer.