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subj5. Holdings related to Art and Artists

 Record Group
Identifier: subj5
Holdings related to Art and Artists

Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:

Jack Baron papers

Identifier: 422
Content Description The papers of Key West, Florida, folk artist Jack Baron mainly date from the 1980s-1990s consists of correspondence; news clippings; invitations to art exhibitions; and gallery inventories, invitations, and exhibition publicity ephemera. Baron’s bachelor’s degree from New York University (1950), as well as a scrapbook kept by the artist and a guest book from Baron's exhibition entitled "The Birthday Party", and an untitled article on Baron's Key West studio are also included. Author...
Dates: Other: 1979-2005

Richmond Barthe papers

Identifier: 034
Scope and Contents The papers of Richmond Barthe, Harlem Renaissance sculptor, consist of correspondence, contact books, programs, brochures, news and magazine clippings, notes, lists, financial information, poetry, letters, passports, publications, resumes, advertisements, and photographs. The papers have been arranged in three general groups of correspondence, other materials, and photographs. The correspondence has been arranged into nine divisions alphabetically according to topic and...
Dates: Created: 1901-1989; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1987

Derrick Joshua Beard collection

Identifier: 488
Content Description This collection contains news clippings, programs, brochures, and slides regarding Derrick Joshua Beard's private collection devoted to African American decorative arts and exhibitions of his collection under the title Sankofa Exhibition: African American Traditions in Decorative Arts. Also present is an article by Beard on the Muslim presence in the United States; articles on Omar bin Said, a West African Muslim enslaved in North Carolina; a photocopy of a manuscript in Arabic written by...
Dates: Other: 1870-2010

Arthur Berry papers

Identifier: 551
Scope and Contents The papers document the personal and professional life of Arthur Berry, artist and educator.  Included is correspondence, an essay on Aaron Douglas by Arthur Berry, his curriculum vitae, photographs of Berry and his artwork, and newspaper articles regarding his career.  Notable correspondents include artists John T. Scott and John Rhoden.  Materials reflect professional relationships at Fisk University, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Florida A&M University, Alabama...
Dates: Created: 1957-1993; Other: Date acquired: 01/27/1998

Black Arts Collection

Identifier: 048
Content Description

This artificial collection of memorabilia documents Black artists (1908-2002). This collection consists of news clippings, programs, posters, exhibition catalogs, correspondence, announcements, and invitations arranged in chronological order.

Dates: Other: 1908-2002

Bruce Brice papers

Identifier: 659
Content Description Artist Bruce Brice was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1942 and graduated from J.S. Clark Sr. High School. Brice is well known for his folk art paintings, many of which can be found in the New Orleans Museum of Art and reproduced in various journals and publications. The collection consists of professional papers regarding his work as an African American folk artist. Included is correspondence, news releases, news clippings, vita, memorabilia from his exhibitions (1978-1982), and a...
Dates: Other: 1976-2003

Selma H. Burke interviews

Identifier: 633
Content Description

Selma H. Burke was an African American teacher and sculptress who designed the portrait for the Roosevelt dime and who founded the Selma Burke Art Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The collection consists of 5 audiocassette tapes of interviews conducted by Clifton H. Johnson with Burke in her home in Pennsylvania from May 7-9, 1991. A separate interview conducted on February 20, 1991 is present on a VHS videotape.

Dates: Other: 1991

Olivia Ward Bush-Banks papers

Identifier: 066
Scope and Contents The Olivia Ward Bush-Banks papers consist primarily of the published and unpublished fiction of Olivia Ward Bush-Banks, teacher, poet, playwright, socialite, historian, and activist. The materials, both in hand script and typescript, include drafts and final copies.  Several of the poems, plays, and stories were subsequently published in The Collected Works of Olivia Ward Bush-Banks by The Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women...
Dates: Created: 1907-1941; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1989

Elizabeth Catlett papers

Identifier: 078
Scope and Contents The papers of Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor, graphic artist, teacher, and political activist, consist of correspondence, audiotape cassettes, biographical data, news clippings, notes, photographs, exhibition catalogs, posters, writings, and a reel-to-reel film. The papers have been arranged into three general groups: correspondence, non-correspondence and oversized items, and is arranged alphabetically according to topic and chronologically within each file unit. Non-correspondence includes...
Dates: Created: 1959-1984; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1984

Charlotte Chambliss papers

Identifier: 081
Content Description

Correspondence, invitations, honors and awards, clippings, programs, announcements, speeches, writings, and other ephemera pertaining to Chambliss' career as an artist and educator.

Dates: Other: 1962-1979