Original Airdate: 6/15/1984
Item Type: newstape - edited story master
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Callie Crossley reports on Ellen Banks (painter). Crossley interviews Banks, who talks about how she expresses music visually through her paintings. Crossley notes that the patterns of shapes and colors in Banks' paintings represent music. Crossley reports that each painting is based on a piece of music. The report includes footage from an interview Andre Lopoukhine (owner, Lopoukhine Gallery), who says that gallery visitors are intrigued by Banks's work. Crossley explains that Banks has based paintings on the work of composers Erik Sati, Mozart, and Scott Joplin. She adds that Banks has recently started working with spirituals. The report includes shots of Banks's work. Some shots of her paintings are accompanied by music.
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Subject : Keywords
African American artists
Art and Artists
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Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Type : Genre
News - Television
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