For more than 2500 years, scroll painters from the community of Naya, West Bengal, India, have brought news, education, and entertainment to other communities in the form of brilliantly painted scrolls and the poems which describe them. Traveling in small groups, the scroll painters sing the stories embodied in their paintings. Gurupada Chitrakar is a master scroll painter and performer in the tradition of West Bengal. He has been honored by the Indian government for his achievements in this art, and his scrolls are in the collection of the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, NM. Here, he sings the story of 9/11 as portrayed in his scroll about that tragedy.