subj5. Holdings related to Art and Artists
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.