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        Patti Smith: Historical Influences on Art and Artists

        This group incorporates the film and POV website resources of Patti Smith: Dream of Life, an intimate portrait of legendary rocker, Patti Smith. Smith has associated and collaborated with a number of influential poets, musicians and other culturally important artists. Students can use these resources to create timelines that demonstrate how artists are affected by the time periods in which they live.

        Patti Smith: An Indictment of George W. Bush

        In this clip, Patti Smith delivers a performance and a searing critique of President George W. Bush. The clip is associated with the "Patti Smith: Lesson Plan", and students should discuss whether Smith's performance is an effective form of political protest. Do the students consider Smith a patriot?

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        Patti Smith: Timeline

        An interactive multimedia timeline of Patti Smith's life to date. It can used alone or in conjunction with the POV film Patti Smith: Dream of Life.

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        Patti Smith: Beneath the Southern Cross

        In this exclusive video, Patti Smith performs "Beneath the Southern Cross" on October 20, 2009, at the Robert Miller Gallery in New York City.

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        Patti Smith: Patti Smith with Family and Friends

        A photo gallery of Patti Smith with friends and family including her parents, children, her late husband Fred "Sonic" Smith, Lenny Kaye, Michael Stipe, Oliver Ray, Tony Shanahan, Tom Verlaine, Bob Dylan, Sam Shepard, Flea, Allen Ginsberg, Jesse Jackson, William S. Burroughs, Robert Mapelthorpe and Stephen Sebring.

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