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In an episode of the "In the Archives with Michael Feinstein" web series, Grammy Award-winning jazz vocalist Catherine Russell and Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields' guest textile conservator Kris Cnossen (WUDPAC Class of 2022) talk about celebrating and preserving the musical legacy of the First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald.
To watch the segment, visit the In the Archives YouTube page.
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WUDPAC Class of 2022 alumna Kris Cnossen (left) and Director of Programs Renée La Schiazza discuss items related to Ella Fitzgerald in the collections of the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields.