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by Doris Chase
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Marnee Morris performs a dance.
Topic: dance
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by Seattle Art Museum
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Printmaker Glen Alps discusses the collagraph method of printing and its origins at the University of Washington School of Art. Alps examines several completed works and offers a demonstration of the method.
Topics: printmaking, art, Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, Glen Alps
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by Doris Chase
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Dancer (Kei Takei) dances to jazz music
Topics: Doris Chase, Kei Takei, George Kleinsinger, jazz, dance
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A documentary examining the life and sculpture of Isamu Noguchi, including his 1969 work Black Sun.
Topics: Isamu Noguchi, Seattle Art Museum, art, sculpture, documentary
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Maggie Molloy, Radio Host, King FM 98.1, about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on 28 May 2021. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID -19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington.  Laborarchives.org  This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file  (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topic: contemporary music, radio station, pandemic, host, programs
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by Doris Chase
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Dancer (Gay Delanghe) dances to jazz music by the Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band
Topics: Doris Chase, Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band, Gay Delanghe, dance, jazz, jazz, dance
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by Doris Chase
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Chelsea Hotel  documents the Chelsea Hotel, home of the artist Doris Chase from 1972 to 2004. Created by Doris Chase, this documentary includes interviews with residents of the Chelsea.
Topic: documentary film
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A dadaist experimental film featuring animation and moving text.
Topics: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, video, art, dadaism
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by Karl Kernberger
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This video contains footage filmed by Karl Kernberger on a 1963 trip driving through Canada to Alaska and then down the Yukon River on 2300-mile boat journey. The boat trip along the Yukon River began at Lake Bennett in British Columbia and ended in Alakanuk, Alaska, on the Bering Sea. Other members of the expedition included Kernberger’s friend J. Michael Jenkinson, Rafen Moon (Kathy) Jenkinson, Bill Carpenter, and John Loehr. A Swiss reporter, Maurice Bettex, also joined the group for some...
Topics: Yukon, Alaska, British Columbia, Klondike, expedition
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by Doris Chase
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Children playing with blocks and sculptures to help with learning.
Topics: Doris Chase, sculpture, children
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by Doris Chase
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Three dancers perform a choreography by Mary Station using structures.
Topics: Doris Chase, Moon Gates, Dance
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by Doris Chase
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An introduction to Doris Chase's "Sculpture Series", a video sculpture animation videorecording set to electronic music. 
Topics: Doris Chase, Sculpture Series, video sculpture, animation, video art, women motion picture...
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by Doris Chase
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Gus Solomons, Jr. performs a dance.
Topic: dance
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by Doris Chase
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This video introduces Doris Chase's Sculpture Series and compiles clips from her video sculptures.
Topics: video art, Doris Totten Chase, sculpture (visual works)
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by Doris Chase
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Circles
Topics: Doris Chase, Circles
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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A woman in a red dress holds a snake in demonstration. There are horses, llamas, zebras, elephants on the carnival grounds. Monkeys and lions are in separate cages. A person dressed as a clown sits with a duck; it appears that they are talking to the duck. Another person dressed as a clown ties a small dog’s collar to a rope, using the rope as a leash and walking with the dog. The duck wheels a tiny cart behind it as the clown assists. There are women in various costumes. A woman in a pink...
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, circus, silent, color, 8mm, family films
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by Doris Chase
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Clip of a dance performed by Cynthia Anderson.
Topic: dance
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by Doris Chase
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A dancer performs a contemporary dance piece.
Topics: Doris Chase, Circles, Dance
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Reel 2 - N/O Zulu, New Orleans, Mardi Gras Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T51 Unedited footage of the French Quarter of New Orleans immediately before and during Mardi Gras Day, 1986. Also contains footage of three Mardi Gras Indian gangs on the streets of New Orleans, including the Golden Star Hunters with Big Chief Larry Bannock, the Black Eagles with Big Chief Jerod Lewis, and the Wild Magnolias with Big Chief Bo Dollis. The audio is from an interview...
Topics: Mardi Gras, Karen Morell, Larry Bannock, Mardi Gras Indians, costume, dance, parade, New Orleans,...
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by Harry Teickichi Kawanishi
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View of body of water and small mountains on a cloudy day. Man riding horse in front of buses. Buses in parking lot. Gondola lift going down. Shots of mountain with gondola station at the top. Group of people in front of buses. Shots of town and road at night. Smoking piles of rocks. People walking around the area which is likely Hiroshima. Some intact buildings are viewable in the background. Signs with Japanese writing on it. Man in police hat and white shirt and tie leaves building. Well...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, Super 8, Unsen, Sasebo, Hiroshima, architecture, boats, military
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by Doris Chase
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A silent demonstration of special effects.
Topics: Doris Chase, demo, computer effects
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by Doris Chase
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Moon Redefined
Topic: video art
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by Doris Chase
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Clip from dance performed by Marnee Morris.
Topics: dance, Doris Chase, ballet
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A film showing the construction of the Seattle Art Museum and cornerstone-laying ceremony.
Topics: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, construction, ceremony
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by Harry Teickichi Kawanishi
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A large boat in a body of water, firing ammunition repeatedly making large clouds of smoke. Shots of many other boats in the water, several spraying large streams of water from their decks. Closer shots of crews on the decks of Japanese military ships, the Seattle skyline appears in the background. Performers prepare on a pier including dancers and a marching band. A crowd in seats watches the performances and speeches. A symphonic band plays on a stage. A boat decorated with tinsel sits in the...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, 8mm, Japanese fleet, Seattle skyline, performance, martial arts
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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Circus scenes, including: groups of elephants performing tricks, clowns walking in costume, a man applying full facial makeup, men and women in various costumes, a man dressing a chimpanzee in clothing, a clown aiding a boy to play with a lion cub, an adult lion, men and women on horseback, clowns performing with animals, a man whirling whips, a man performing balancing acts on a bench, a dog balancing on its hind legs while holding an American flag, and a seal.
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, circus, silent, color, 8mm, family films
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by Doris Chase
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Circling Moon
Topics: Doris Chase, Circling Moon
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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Boys in suits playing with a dog, formally dressed people picking flowers in a garden, snow-covered trees and houses, a parade, children holding signs supporting the Wallace/Taylor Progressive party presidential ticket, Henry Wallace and entourage arriving by airplane, people at a cemetery, the "Old Faithful Geyser" at Yellowstone, wild animals, and an outdoor event featuring many people on horseback as well as stagecoaches.
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, silent, color, 8mm, parade, Henry Wallace, Old Faithful, Yellowstone
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by Doris Chase
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Jonathan Hollander performs a contemporary dance piece.
Topics: Doris Chase, Dance
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by Doris Chase
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Squares
Topics: Doris Chase, Squares
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by Doris Chase
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Thulani Davis narrates stories.
Topics: Doris Chase, Thulani, Narrate
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Evan Howard, Freelance cellist and ringer, about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on 21 May 2021. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID -19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington.  Laborarchives.org  This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topic: gig work, pandemic, cellist, ringers, sound engineer, New York renaissance
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by Seattle Art Museum
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Views of the opening of the Rockwell exhibition at the Seattle Art Museum. Murmurs of audience in gallery; trio of a capella singers perform; "John" and woman describe painting, no microphone: John, when asked why the Rockwell exhibition was important, responds with "nostalgia." Footage of patrons eating in the gallery.
Topics: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Rockwell, art, museum, painting
Two documentaries: Stepping Out and Full Circle: the Work of Doris Chase. Stepping Out: Narrator provides brief background on Doris Chase, and  her new show of her work for the first time in Seattle since moving to New York City in 1971. Her show was at the William Johnson Gallery. Includes interview with  Doris Chase in  Seattle about her work, her sculpture in Queen Anne, the theme of the circle in her show, art and architecture in Seattle. "Full Circle: The Work of  Doris...
Topics: Doris Chase, Seattle artists, documentary, sculpture, dance, Women motion picture producers and...
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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Various rodeo scenes, men and women (predominantly men) in western attire performing feats of horsemanship and skill within a dirt arena. Includes scenes of rodeo clowns performing with a bull as well as a small amount of bull riding.
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, silent, color, 8mm, rodeo
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A KTCS interview with P.J. Doyle and Norman Davis about ancient Greece.
Topics: Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, Norman Davis, PJ Doyle, Greece, coins, art, interview
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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Various scenes from a rodeo, including: A camp area with cars and teepees, people in western attire, people on horseback, an opening procession with marching bands and riders on horseback, and competitions of skill in lassoing, riding a bucking horse, and bull riding.
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, silent, color, 8mm, rodeo
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by Doris Chase
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Three dancers perform Mary Staton's choreography using tall arches in their performance. 
Topics: Doris Chase, Tall Arches, Dance
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by Doris Chase
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Dancers perform a contemporary dance piece using rocking structures
Topics: Doris Chase, Dance
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by Harry Teickichi Kawanishi
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Large group of people walking around in a temple and Japanese garden. People looking at buildings and listening to tour guide. Views of a pond with a bridge and trees surrounding the walkways. A swan and koi fish swim by in the pond. A view of the city with cars passing by on the main road. Deer walk amongst people. Two women walk together in a park with benches and many trees. Group of people take pictures of what they see. People stop and admire small statues of pagodas. View of a red sunset...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, Super 8, Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, koi pond, Japan, temple, pagoda
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A Seattle Art Museum publicity film featuring children playing on the Chinese camel sculptures outside of the Seattle Art Museum.
Topics: Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, children, video, sculpture
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Title: Reel 1 - New Orleans, Mardi Gras, Zulu, Larry Charles Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T50 Footage of the Mardi Gras parties and parades in New Orleans, 1986. Also includes an interview with Big Chief Larry Bannock, of the Golden Star Hunters. This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: Larry E. Bannock, Golden Star Hunters, Black Eagles, Jerod Lewis, Wild Magnolias, Bo Dollis, Mardi...
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by Karl Kernberger
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This video contains footage filmed by Karl Kernberger on a 1963 trip driving through Canada to Alaska and then down the Yukon River on 2300-mile boat journey. The boat trip along the Yukon River began at Lake Bennett in British Columbia and ended in Alakanuk, Alaska, on the Bering Sea. Other members of the expedition included Kernberger’s friend J. Michael Jenkinson, Rafen Moon (Kathy) Jenkinson, Bill Carpenter, and John Loehr. A Swiss reporter, Maurice Bettex, also joined the group for some...
Topics: Yukon, Alaska, British Columbia, Klondike, expedition
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by Doris Chase
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Artist in Motion is a short documentary about Doris Chase's career and artistic expression which has developed over the course of years working with various aspects of video and editing. Many of her works are featured throughout, such as dance videos or computer works. 
Topics: Doris Chase, Artist, Documentary
(1) Eight individuals placing small plants in rows in a muddy field. (2) Various shots of Japanese buildings and scenery. Images of blooming purple flowers and trees surrounding a pond. A tall green-bronze statue with a protruding belly on top of a pile of rocks. (3) Men in red clothing carry a drum and other decorative items. (4) Koi and other fish swim in shallow water. (5) Pine trees supported by multiple wooden poles grow near the ocean. Rows of greenhouses and fields extend up the hillside...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, Super 8, Kenroku Park, Sanosan Festival, Ise Shrine, Miko Beach, Toyama...
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by Doris Chase
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Plexi Radar
Topics: Doris Chase, Plexi Radar
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by Harry Teickichi Kawanishi
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Shots of a wooded shore line from a body of water, there are several boats in the water as well as buildings on the shore. Scenes of a Japanese city. People walk across a large footbridge spanning a river, some people wade and play in the river. Another footbridge, this one red. Many people enter a Japanese shrine. The shrine has many sculpted details of foliage and animals. A long and winding road runs down the side of a hill. Several small waterfalls run down a mountain. A large body of water...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, Super 8, Japan, Kintaibashi, Nikko, Tokyo, Meiji Shrine, Hama Rikyu,...
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by Doris Chase
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Through monologue, "Glass Curtain" explores a woman's pain and fear as she confronts her aging mother's struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
Topics: Doris Chase, drama, women, Alzheimer's disease, monologue, video art
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by Doris Chase
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A woman showcases many instances of lies. Afterwards follows an excerpt of a conversation on artistic collaboration between Lee Breuer, Doris Chase and Ruth Maleczech.
Topics: Doris Chase, Lies
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A discussion of Chinese painting methods with demonstrations and examples.
Topics: Seattle Art Museum, sound, color, 16mm, demonstration, Chinese, painting, Chinese script, Hanzi,...
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Seattle Central College Instructor and AFT member about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on April 23, 2021. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: Seattle COVID-19 Oral History Project, Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project,...
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by Karl Kernberger
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This video contains footage filmed by Karl Kernberger on a 1963 trip driving through Canada to Alaska and then down the Yukon River on 2300-mile boat journey. The boat trip along the Yukon River began at Lake Bennett in British Columbia and ended in Alakanuk, Alaska, on the Bering Sea. Other members of the expedition included Kernberger’s friend J. Michael Jenkinson, Rafen Moon (Kathy) Jenkinson, Bill Carpenter, and John Loehr. A Swiss reporter, Maurice Bettex, also joined the group for some...
Topics: Yukon, Alaska, British Columbia, Klondike, expedition
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by Doris Chase
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Sun Disc II
Topics: Doris Chase, Sun Disc II
Snoqualmie Falls. People watching the falls. Camera pans to hotel on the falls then again shows the waterfall all the way to the bottom and the Snoqualmie River. Women walking around in bright colors. Boat dock, then views of body of water. People boating. A blimp is shown, then more people relaxing on brightly colored boats in swimsuits. Boats racing from a distance. Close up of three boats cruising. Shots of airplane trails. Three jets performing above a crowd. Jets racing and leaving curving...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, 8mm, Snoqualmie Falls, Gold Cup Race, boats, jets, blimps, Olympic...
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by Doris Chase
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The By Herself  series was created by Doris Chase. It includes six dramas featuring mature women. Each story is about emotions and experiences that shape a woman's life. "Table for One," in the words of Chase, "concerns a woman going to dinner alone and touches on the issues of the double standards for men and women, the pain when a relationship has ended, and being comfortable with yourself when alone."
Topics: drama, series, women, film
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by Doris Chase
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A multimedia dramatic performance piece, "Skyfish" is a dream autobiography of a painter at a time of inner change. 
Topics: Doris Chase, Andrea Goodman, Lee Nagrin, painting, performance art, video art, drama
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by Doris Chase
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The Mary Staton Dance Ensemble performs a ballet dance piece using rings of circles in their performance. 
Topics: Doris Chase, Circles, Dance
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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Various scenes of loggers working on a river. Includes scenes of men standing on logs using poles to manipulate logs, logging trucks arriving and men rolling logs off trucks and into a river, a barge with white roofed structures on it being untied from the shore and rafted down the river, and a backhoe being used to push logs from the shore into the water.
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, silent, color, 8mm, logging, Priest Lake, family films
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Brenda Barnes, CEO, Classical King FM 98.1 about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on 27 May 2021. This interview is part of the Working in Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video, caption file (.srt) and full text transcription (.pdf) Laborarchives.org
Topics: Pandemic, mental health, medical literature meetings, people of color, remote work, classical...
Oral History interview with pianist, music director, sound engineer and Boston Musicians' Association member David Sparr about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 5, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: Musical Work in the Time of COVID-19, Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project,...
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by Jessie Hugh Burgess family
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Various scenes of loggers working. Includes scenes of men in boats and on the logs, men manipulating the logs using poles, a man using a large chainsaw to cut logs, a man operating a bulldozer as well as white roofed structures along the side of a river.
Topics: Jessie Hugh Burgess, silent, color, 8mm, logging, Potlatch Forests
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Seattle Symphony flutist-piccolist, educator, and member of Seattle Symphony and Opera Players' Organization Zart Dombourian-Eby about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed June 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text...
Topics: Musical Work in the Time of COVID-19, Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project,...
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by Seattle Art Museum
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A documentary about a Claes Oldenburg performance art piece with an ice bag.
Topics: Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, Claes Oldenburg, art, sculpture, documentary
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by Seattle Art Museum
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Pieces discussed include: Burial Figure Haniwa; Guardian of the North Bishamon-Ten; Scene in Hell Jigoku Zoshi; Battle Scene from the Heiji Monogatari; Fast Black Bull; Lacquer Treasure Box; Poem Scroll--Deer; Screen--Wave Design; Lacquer Writing Box; Shino Ware Water Pot Seto Kilns. Photographed in the Seattle Art Museum from objects in the Eugene Fuller and the Donald E. Frederick Memorial Collections.
Topics: art, Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, Japan, Japanese art
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Kathryn "Katy" Brehe, Registered Nurse, Harborview Medical Center, and Union Delegate, SEIU 1199 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on December 18, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription...
Topics: Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project, COVID-19, pandemic, PPE, personal protective...
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Alex Mason, steamfitter apprentice and member of Plumbers and Pipefitters UA Local 32 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, Washington completed September 28, 2020 . This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. ( Laborarchives.org ) This item contains three parts: oral history audiovideo file, caption track file (.srt), and full text...
Topics: Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project, COVID-19, pandemic, labor unions, workers,...
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Randall Rodriguez, grocery store worker and member of UFCW 21 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 11, 2021. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: Seattle COVID-19 Oral History Project, Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project,...
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by Doris Chase
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Doris Chase talking about the By Herself series. Features segments from the different stories of the series. Chase presented the series to a retirement center and audience reactions are featured as well.
Topics: drama, film, series, women
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by Harry Teickichi Kawanishi
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Shots of mountain, farmland, and river from moving vehicle. Trees over water. Panning shots of Japanese village by the water. Shots of body of water and surrounding hills. People in kimonos walking down wooded path. Buildings on pikes above water. Person walking below pier. Shots of Japanese style red buildings. Statues on pedestals on the beach. Shots of trees on a foggy day. Men in kimonos walking out of building into garden. Men in kimono walking across farmland. Family walking up hill...
Topics: Kawanishi, silent, color, 8mm, Japan, village life, architecture, castle, landscape, family
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with independent violist and composer Aaron Michael Smith about musical work during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on June 3, 2020. This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf). 
Topics: Musical Work in the Time of COVID-19, Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project,...
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by Karen Morell
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Title: Washington, D.C. Footage, Minshall Original format: 1-inch Type C  Item No.: PHColl_2016-080_T55 Peter Minshall is a legendary Trinidadian costume designer. He has been designing incredible costumes and choreographies for Carnival celebrations for over thirty years. In August 1985, he held The Adoration of Hiroshima in Washington, D.C. This was a carnival-style, anti-war,  street theatre which was performed on the fortieth anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. This material is part...
Topics: Peter Minshall, Trinidad, Trinidad & Tobago, Carnival, costumes, choreography, dance, mas,...
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by Doris Chase
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The poetry of Jessica Hagedorn is narrated by two women, and shares its views of some of the harsh and beautiful realities of city living.
Topics: Doris Chase, Poetry
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by Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
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Oral History interview with Gabby Ibanez-Dacruz, barista and member, UNITE HERE Local 8 about working during the COVID-19 pandemic completed on . This interview is part of the Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project by the Labor Archives of Washington, University of Washington Libraries. Laborarchives.org This item contains three parts: oral history audio/video file, caption file (.srt), and full text transcription (.pdf).
Topics: Seattle COVID-19 Oral History Project, Working in the Time of COVID-19 Oral History Project,...
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Title: Folklife Festival, 1986 Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl_2016-080_T54 This silent footage is likely of the 20th Smithsonian Folklife Festival, held June 25-July 6, 1986.  This material is part of the Karen Morell Film, Audio and Videotape Collection. Learn more about the collection here: http://content.lib.washington.edu/morellweb/index.html
Topics: Karen Morell, Folklife Festival, Smithsonian, Music, Parade, Folkways
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Title: Reel 4 - Prison Original format: 1-inch Type C Item No.: PHColl2016-080_Morell_T53 Footage shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Includes footage of a prison, construction sites, and scenery around Albuquerque. There are two segments with audio: at 0:20:23, a person in a suit discusses training prison inmates to do construction; at 0:31:34, a person discusses setting up computer training program in a prison. At 0:43:32, Larry Hill  gives a brief interview about why he is interested in...
Topics: computers, New Mexico, Albequerque, Prison, Education, vocational training, computer history,...