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Segments on Graham Nixon Drawing Marathon and Political Polling

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Title:
Segments on Graham Nixon Drawing Marathon and Political Polling
Description:
WGCU's Amy Tardif reports from the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, Washington. She reports on her experience attending a drawing marathon given by English painter Graham Nixon in honor of his retrospective at the museum. Frye and students are interviewed during what is described as "Outward Bound" artists by Liane Hansen, who introduces the story. Nixon's marathons have been known to last for 10 hours a day for up to a week and a half. Before the segment, this asset begins in the middle of a segment with NPR Senior Washington Editor Ron Eldon about polling practices at NPR and trends in political polling in general.
Producer:
Tardif, Amy
Host:
Hansen, Liane
Reporter:
Eldon, Ron
Interviewee:
Nixon, Graham
Producer:
WGCU
Date:
May 14, 2000
Format:
Audio recordings (nonmusical)
Location:
WGCU Public Media
Collection (local):
American Archive of Public Broadcasting
Series:
WGCU Public Media
Subjects:
Education
Fine Arts
Extent:
01:30:00?
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