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Friday, April 21, 2006
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No Tools Loaned

The Lexington Children’s Drum Choir begins this edition with some traditional African-based drumming. The leader of the ensemble, Jerry Belton, teaches youngsters the history and techniques of African percussion with the aim of inspiring discipline and concentration through the complex rhythm patterns. The choir provides a steady beat for the Something Special Dancers, a Lexington-based performance troupe that blends traditional African dance techniques with contemporary styles.

Next, Mixed Media visits visual artist Dionisio Ceballos. Originally from Mexico City, Dionisio now lives in Louisville. He discusses his painting style and the reproductions of Frida Kahlo’s work he made for the film Frida, a dramatic portrayal of the life of the controversial Mexican artist.

We continue with a profile of Tim Lewis, a self-taught stone carver from Isonville who created a permanent installation for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Tim’s work depicts Biblical scenes, animal life, and popular figures, all wrought from sandstone that he salvages from the collapsed chimneys of old houses.

The musical guests for this program are Louisville country-rock band Hell’s Half-Acre and No Tools Loaned, a bluegrass group from Frankfort.





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