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Artists at work a film on the New Deal art projects

Documents an in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the Depression. Several artists recount experiences with the Work Projects Administration's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced at that time.

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  • "Film on the New Deal Art Projects"@en
  • "Film on the New Deal art projects"
  • "Film on the New Deal art projects"@en

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  • "Documents an in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the Depression. Several artists recount experiences with the Work Projects Administration's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced at that time."@en
  • "Documents an in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the Depression. Several artists recount experiences with the Work Projects Administration's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced at that time."
  • "When President Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933 during the Great Depression, nearly 10,000 artists were out of work. This program chronicles the New Deal effort to spread "art to the millions" through the country's first comprehensive art education program. The Artists Union and related political activities are explored, as are the destruction and loss of works of art produced under the New Deal Programs. Interviews with Ilya Bolotowsky, James Brooks, Joseph Delaney, Harry Gottlieb, Chaim Gross, Lee Krasner, Edward Laning, Jacob Lawrence, Alice Neel, and Joseph Solman are included, along with archival film, photographs, sound recordings, and original color photography of the works of art."@en
  • "An in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the depression. Several artists recount experiences with WPA's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced then."
  • "An in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the depression. Several artists recount experiences with WPA's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced then."@en
  • "An in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the depression."@en
  • "An in-depth survey of the federal programs for support of visual artists during the depression."
  • "An in-depth survey of the Federal programs for support of visual artists during the Depression. Several artists recount experiences with WPA's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced then."@en
  • "An in-depth survey of the Federal programs for support of visual artists during the Depression. Several artists recount experiences with WPA's art project and other programs. Shows works of art created during the New Deal era and discusses the destruction and loss of many works of art produced then."
  • "Focuses on the visual arts programs of the New Deal which allowed unemployed artists to earn a living and devote themselves to their art. Alice Neel, Chaim Gross, Jacob Lawrence, Lee Krasner and others discuss their experiences working for the WPA and other New Deal programs. The film explores the activities of the Artists Union and the destruction of artworks under the New Deal. Rare archival footage, photographs, and audio recordings along with original color photography of the works of art accompany on-camera statements by the artists."

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  • "Nonfiction films"@en
  • "Documentary films"
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  • "Artists at work a film on the New Deal art projects"
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  • "Artists at work: a film on the New Deal Art Projects"
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