[Chicago Crossings: Bridges and Boundaries, reel 73; Spertus Museum]

Footage from the mural project done in conjunction with the Spertus Museum of Judaica's 1992 exhibition "Bridges and Boundaries." Includes the end of the interview from K287-29 and then b-roll of the finished mural.

0:00Copy video clip URL Kiela and Esther discuss how the mural might have been different if they had painting it out in the street instead of inside the art museum. They say that since the only people who saw it in progress are people who are already interested in art, they didn’t get the same kind of response they might have given from the general public just walking by outside. Jerry Blumenthal agrees and says that in the art museum, you wouldn’t get a “Hey, that’s our wall!” response. Kiela agrees and says that is people in a community don’t like a mural or other piece of public art, they will destroy it.

2:59Copy video clip URL The cameraman gathers b-roll footage, starting with cutaway shots of Joe and Naomi reading from the lists of stereotypes, then recording footage of the completed mural panels.

17:57Copy video clip URL Color bars.

18:19Copy video clip URL Brief unrelated footage of a man being interviewed.