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John Wilson talks about his sculpture, Eternal Presence
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[John Wilson]
Original Airdate: 10/1/1987

Length: 00:03:05
Item Type: newstape - edited story master


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Description : Abstract
Marcus Jones reports that a sculpture by John Wilson (sculptor) will be installed on the lawn of the National Center of Afro-American Artists in Roxbury. Wilson created the sculpture to mark the 350th anniversary of the black presence in Boston. Jones notes that the sculpture is seven-feet high and is named Eternal Presence. Jones interviews Wilson and Elma Lewis (Artistic Director, National Center of Afro-American Artists) about the sculpture. Wilson says that the sculpture is evocative and confrontational. Wilson adds that he is interested in hearing feedback about the sculpture. Jones notes that Wilson grew up in Roxbury. Jones' report is accompanied by shots of the sculpture and by footage of Lewis addressing spectators in a gallery of the Center. Jones' report also features shots of the exterior of the National Center of Afro-American Artists.


Contributor : Reporter
Marcus Jones
Format : Tape 5326   Barcode   Script is available.
3/4" cassette 102891 
VHS cassette 104057 
Betacam cassette 104056 
digital betacam cassette 104055 

Subject : Keywords
African American artists
Art and Artists

Subject : Personal Names
Jones, Marcus
Lewis, Elma
Wilson, John

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
National Center of Afro-American Artists

Subject : Geographic Locations
Roxbury (Boston, Mass.)

Type : Genre
News - Television



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