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Published on Sep 20, 2012
This film documents the introduction of the artist Arthur Szyk (b. 1894 Łódź, Poland - d. 1951 New Canaan, Connecticut, pronounced "Shick") to a group of students and teachers at the Mercer Island High School in Seattle, Washingon. Irvin Ungar, curator of the Arthur Szyk Society encourages the students to share their reaction to work that is as vivid, profound, and worthy of discussion today as it was over 60 years ago.
Directed by: Jim Ruxin Produced by: Jim Ruxin and Irvin Ungar Contact: 650-343-9578