Updates from Boris Bally
Copycat, copyright or coincidence? An Opinion in Metalsmith Magazine

Hey, I'm on TV working in the studio.

Eons of Exodus Seder plate by Harriete Estel Berman
Eons of Exodus    ©   2008
Recycled tin cans, Plexiglas, 10k. gold,
sterling silver and aluminum rivets.
Artist: Harriete Estel Berman
Photo Credit: Philip Cohen
Permanent Collection of the
                   Minneapolis Institute of Art

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, KQED (the local PBS station) is doing a repeat broadcast that includes my 3 minutes of TV fame on SPARK. This story is about the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the exhibit “New Works/Old Story: 80 Artists at the Passover Table”. You can see me working on my seder plate in the studio and talking about the inspiration behind this work.

The episode will re-broadcast on KQED-TV 9 on Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 7:30 pm and will ... re-repeat on Friday, February 5, 2010 at 11:30pm.

This episode can also be seen in the South Bay/San Jose area on KTEH-TV 54 and KQET-TV 25 (same airdates as KQED-TV 9).  Click here for listings on KTEH-TV 54

IF you don't live in the Bay ARea and still want to watch this segment online, a profile about The Contemporary Jewish Museum can be found on the Spark Web site. CLICK ON THIS LINK TO WATCH THE ARCHIVED VIDEO stream of the story:
Hope you get a chance to watch it! You need to have "Real Media" to play the online video. This is free to download.
Let me know what you think.