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Friday, December 09, 2011

Cultures the world over have long recognized the power of individuality in the creation of art.. But when the individual artist is threatened, can there can be creative power in groups?  WNYC’s Sara Fishko explores the world of  “Tunisian Collaborative Painting” –in this edition of Fishko Files

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Producer: Sara Fishko

Assistant Producer: Laura Mayer

Mix Engineer: Rob Granniss

WNYC Newsroom Editor: Karen Frillmann

 

For more about Tunisian Collaborative Painting, visit the Art Students League's Youtube channel.

 

Photos from the Tunisian Collaborative Painting Workshop

David Black
Hechmi Ghachem

Produced by:

Sara Fishko
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Comments [3]

Ross from Upstate Manhattan

Thanks, lmayer! Shows how focused I am that I didn't even register the Ornette Coleman.

Dec. 13 2011 10:45 AM

@Ross from Upstate Manhattan

Hi Ross - thanks for the note. Here's the complete playlist from this edition of Fishko Files.

“Astrakan café (1).”Anouar Brahem Trio. Astrakan Café. ECM, 2000.

Ornette Coleman, "Free Jazz."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrzOzgYL1-o

Ornette Coleman Trio in Sweden.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y09k4zyIfO8&feature=artist

“Karakoum.” Anouar Brahem Trio. Astrakan Café. ECM, 2000.

Laura Mayer - Ass't Producer, Fishko Files

Dec. 12 2011 04:22 PM
Ross from Upstate Manhattan

I don't see any credit for the oud music under the interview. Can you share the performer and the song?

Thanks!

Dec. 10 2011 06:22 PM

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