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THE ARTS

Craft In America: Joyce J. Scott's Soul Erased

  • Aired: 05/23/2011
  • 01:53
  • Rating: NR
Artist Joyce J. Scott created a series of prints using various techniques including lithography and embossing. This series, titled "Soul Erased", is about a boy who is doing bad things in the neighborhood. Society cannot tolerate him and angels try to get him to stop his bad behavior. In this clip, Scott explains the meanings of various prints to Goya Contemporary curator Amy Raehse.
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Artist Joyce J. Scott explores the "Soul Erased" series of prints with curator Amy Raehse.
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