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On location at Musee Bourdelle in Paris, France, Ms Bourdelle discusses the life and art of her late husband Antoine Bourdelle.
Arnold Wesker, English playwright and writer in several genres discusses scenes from the play "Roots". Mr Wesker further discusses his plays and the current cast traveling around England performing several of his plays. The interview tape ends and Studs recalls the remainder of the interview alone as a postscript.
Ivy Compton Burnett continues the discussion of class structure in England in part 2. Ms Compton- Burnett, shares with Studs that she has never been a actor she had always been an observer, and he agrees that her writing reflects that accurately. He ends the interview by telling Ms Compton-Burnett that she is a true original and that he greatly admires her individuality end 13:00. Studs then begins interview with Peter Hall at Aldwych theater office London, England. Mr Hall is the director of both the Aldwych and Stratford theaters, and director of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Discussing the art exhibit "Spumoni village" and interviewing Cosmo Campoli and Sonya Gilke. They discuss life, art, education, and sculpting. Includes an interview clip of theater director Joan Littlewood.
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.
Progressive educator Herbert Kohl discusses parenting, education, and his book "Growing with Your Children."
Misch Kohn (from the state of Indiana, son of Russian immigrants) talks about his upcoming exhibition that traveled all around the country in which artwork such as "Season in hell", "My Grandfather's Mustache", "General", "Three Generals" among others. Talks about his creative process and what is the outlook of the state of visual arts.
Institute of Design instructor John E. Walley discusses teaching techniques and design trends.
The Arts Lab Movement was created by Jim Haynes in 182 Drury Lane, London. Studs Terkel interviews Kelly Swenson.
The Arts Lab Movement was created by Jim Haynes in 182 Drury Lane, London. Studs Terkel interviews Kelly Swenson and the kids.
Lotte Lehmann, legendary opera soprano, discusses her book "Five Operas and Richard Strauss" about her portrayals of famous roles. Interviewing Lotte Lehmann, recorded at the Orrington Hotel, Evanston (including excerpt from master class at Northwestern and recording excerpts from Walkure with Melchior).