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Title:
Craft in America. Borders & neighbors
Added Title:
Borders.

Neighbors.
Summary:
Two episodes of the television series Craft in America exploring the connections between Mexico and the United States through craft. "Borders" features: Ofelia Esparza, altar maker, who discusses the meaning and history of Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration; master weaver Isaac Vásquez Garci of Teotitlán de Valle Mexico; American weaver Jim Bassler and potter Veralee Bassler; the Guelaguetz parade in Los Angeles; Chicago artist Kiff Slemmons, who works with maestro Francico Toledo at Taller Arte Papel in Oaxaca, Mexico. "Neighbors" features: California ceramic artist Gerardo Monterrubio; Mexican ceramic artists Magdalena Pedro Martínez and Carlomagno Pedro Martínez; glass artist Jaime Guerero; silver designers William Spratling, Carmen Tapia, Miguel Angel Ortiz Miranda, Cristina Romo, and Eduardo Herrera, and painter, muralist, community arts pioneer, and scholar Judy Baca.
General Note:
Title from container.

Presents two episodes of the television series: Craft in America.

Program content: ©2017.

Wide screen.
Edition:
Widescreen.
Contents:
Borders -- Neighbors.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (approximately 120 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Publisher:
PBS,

Distributed by PBS Distribution,
Publication Date:
2017
ISBN:
9781531703516
Publication Information:
[Arlington, Virginia] : PBS, [2017]

[Arlington, Virginia] : Distributed by PBS Distribution, [2017]

©2017
Call Number:
DVD 745.5 CRAFT
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