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Shuch, Aguilar, and Aoki

Go on a creative journey with choreographer and dancer Erika Chong Shuch from the Headlands Center to center stage.

Explore a language created by modern technology with experimental artist Jesus Aguilar.

Challenge gender stereotypes with printmaker Kathy Aoki.

Experience the animation of M dot Strange.

[Original air date: Wed, May 30, 2007]

Episode #510H | Duration: 28:03 | Closed Captioned | Stereo | TVG

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Erika Chong Shuch

Go on a creative journey with Erika Chong Shuch from the Headlands Center for the Arts to the stage.

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M dot Strange

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