[Chicago Crossings: Bridges and Boundaries, reel 61; Student Mural Day #2]


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B-roll of the mural project that was done in conjunction with the Spertus Museum of Judaica's 1992 exhibition "Bridges and Boundaries."

0:00Copy video clip URL No audio. The camera pans over the work tables in the classroom, recording some of the sketches and other drawings that students have done for the mural project and also unrelated doodles. The camera also records b-roll of the murals in progress.

5:13Copy video clip URL Audio starts. The camera continues to record b-roll of students chatting while they work on the mural.

8:55Copy video clip URL Naomi talks about how she developed the stencils used to create the slave ship imagery on the mural, and how the stencil helped make the image more legible.

10:27Copy video clip URL Students carry one of the mural panels down with Paul to be cut. Paul then begins to cut the holes in the mural following the outlines created by the teachers. The rest of the tape is b-roll showsing the process of how he cuts the wood.