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Running Crew, Amiot, and Arai

Follow youth in the San Francisco Running Crew, Brava's 3-month intensive job training program in theatrical technical skills.

See how Canadian sculptor Patrick Amiot has changed the town Sebastopol with his junk sculptures.

Learn how Lucy Arai has transformed a traditional Japanese stitching technique to create her own personal art.

Take a class with Sally Streets, who has been teaching at the Berkeley Ballet Theater for more than 25 years.

[Original air date: Wed, Jul 11, 2007]

Episode #514H | Duration: 27:50 | Closed Captioned | Stereo | TVG

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Lucy Arai

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