[Chicago Crossings: Bridges and Boundaries, reel 69; Spertus Museum]

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B-roll of the mural project done in conjunction with the Spertus Museum of Judaica's 1992 exhibition "Bridges and Boundaries." This tape is from one of the last days of the project, as the finishing touches are done.

0:00Copy video clip URL Bars and tone, as well as a few frames of unrelated footage, likely older footage that was taped over.

1:07Copy video clip URL B-roll of the students listening to music while they work on the mural. The mural is almost finished, so some of the students are drawing and painting on the scraps of wood that have been cut out by Paul.

9:16Copy video clip URL Kiela peels dried paint out of the containers and talks about the primal appeal of it. Kiela and Esther compare it to skinning an animal or peeling off your scabs, but less disgusting.

11:40Copy video clip URL They continue to work on the finishing touches for the mural while many of the students work on their “commemorative plaques” made out of the cutout wood scraps.