Dreaming In Public I: Making Art in the Real World
Arts & Humanities Collection • 27m
This half-hour documentary follows Jake Webster and Kay Westhues as they make art, make a living, and struggle to build a community of like-minded artists in South Bend, Indiana. Both Jake and Kay have achieved solid reputations in the art world, and their work is widely collected and exhibited. In spite of that success, earning a living from their art continues to be the biggest challenge they face.
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