RIT-DSA. RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
Found in 187 Collections and/or Records:
One copy of the dedication ceremony program for the Matthew S. Moore Auditorium held on November 10, 2012.
On the occasion of Tercentenary of Abbe L'Epée the FNSF asked Renée Mayot , sculptor, and the Monnaie de Paris, to create this commemorative medal. It is Florentine bronze.
The Melbourne Spurr photographs contains five black-and-white portraits taken by deaf photographer Melbourne Spurr in the 1920's. The subjects are five American silent film actresses from that time period. The collection also includes three postcards featuring Melbourne Spurr's portraits used to advertise an exhibition of his works held in Rochester, NY in 2009.
Two oil pastels by deaf artist Michael Jolliffe. The artworks both depict images of a tree with horizon lines in the background.
A collection of Deaf poetry videotapes, dvds, and digital documents containing lectures, performances, and interviews documenting ASL (American Sign Languagae) poetry. The materials were gathered while conducting research for Heart of The Hydrogen Jukebox, a documentary film by Miriam Lerner about ASL poetry.
The collection contains one oil painting by Deaf Latinx artist Miguel Diaz Calderon. The painting depicts a orangish-blue skyscape/seascape composed of two background spheres and six floating islands. Islands with fauna contain various scenes: a lighthouse and boat; waterfall; fishing vessel over large fish and dock; crystals; a tree on a cube island; and at lower left is a painter seated in front of a canvas with a nude woman crouched in a cavern below.
The collection consists of one Bell and Howell movie projector model #1585 used to view captioned films by members of the Rochester area Deaf community.
Documents related to the Nancy Cantabene collection on Lights On! a Deaf theatre group, based out of Rochester, NY. The materials within the Lights On! Deaf Theatre collection pertains to the various plays that were produced.
Nancy Rourke works of art consists of one original oil painting, and 3 poster size reproductions of other original pieces. These works of art were created in 2009 and 2010 by Nancy Rourke, a Deaf artist who attended the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). In 2019 Nancy donated 2 original oil paintings - Monologues: Our Stories, No. 17 and No. 18.
The collection contains programs, schedules, clippings and DVDs containing films documenting speakers at the First National American Sign Language (ASL) Literature Conference held at National Technical Institute for the Deaf in October 1991.