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Joyce Trisler conceptualized and choreographed, Mary Feldhaus-Weber wrote, and John Morris composed the score for this fantasy dramatic work about three fairies, Foxcroft, Seraphina, and Norbert Biener and a young boy called Patch. The work concerns the choices we make, and the power of wishes.
Date Created
1971?
Media
Video
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Rockefeller Artists in Television / I Wish I Might
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In "City Motion Space Game," a double-channel work, choreographer Gus Solomons, Jr., provides narration and movement for a work created in collaboration with writer Mary Feldhaus-Weber and composer John Morris. Here Solomons is seen dancing in the WGBH studios.
Date Created
1968?
Media
Video
Program
Rockefeller Artists in Television / City Motion Space Game
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This was a double-channel work created by Mary Feldhaus-Weber and Rick Hauser. It is an adaptation of the Oedipus myth.<BR> <BR> The "Rockefeller Artists-in-Television" materials were created before the creation of the New Television Workshop... more
Date Created
1970?
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Rockefeller Artists in Television / Royal Flesh
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This episode of "Rockefeller Artists in Television" features "City Motion, Space Game," a collaborative work of choreographer Gus Solomans, Jr., writer Mary Feldhaus-Weber and composer John Morris.<br><br> In "City Motion Space Game," a double-channel work, choreographer Gus Solomons, Jr., provides narration and movement for a work created in collaboration with writer Mary Feldhaus-Weber and composer John Morris... more
Date Created
1968?
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Rockefeller Artists in Television / City Motion Space Game
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This episode of "Rockefeller Artists in Television" features "I Wish I Might," a collaborative work of choreographer Joyce Trisler writer Mary Feldhaus-Weber, and composer John Morris.<br><br> Joyce Trisler conceptualized and choreographed, Mary Feldhaus-Weber wrote, and John Morris composed the score for this fantasy dramatic work... more
Date Created
1971?
Program
Rockefeller Artists in Television / I Wish I Might
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The "Rockefeller Artists-in-Television" residency program was created to support artists working in television. It was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation from 1967 through 1970. It was replaced by "The WGBH Project for New Television." While some of the Rockefeller artists, such as Nam June Paik, were already very committed to the medium of video, others were coming to the medium for the first time or from a film background... more
Date Created
1968 – 1972
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This impressionistic documentary created by writer Mary Feldhaus-Weber and director Rick Hauser looks at nine individuals who received Carnegie Medals from the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. This organization honors individuals who risk their lives to save others. Each hero is featured in a spot that includes interviews with family and friends and, in some cases, the recipient of the award. June Roberts tells how she saved a child from drowning... more
Date Created
1969
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Rockefeller Artists in Television / Nine Heroes
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Dr. Grete L. Bibring, the last surviving (as of 1975) original student of Sigmund Freud, is interviewed by Dr. Oliver Cope. Bibring was also the first woman to be appointed to a full professorship at Harvard Medical School (in 1961). Copyright WGBH and Grete L. Bibring, M.D., 1975.
Date Created
3/23/1975
Media
Video, Transcript
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Psychoanalysis: A Personal View