Paul Johnston artwork
Scope and Contents
Paul Johnston artwork contains four pieces:
- Creation: 1998-2008
- Johnston, Paul (Person)
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This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Born deaf, artist Paul Johnston attended the California School for the Deaf at Riverside and the Oregon School for the Deaf. In 1978, he became the first Deaf student to earn a BFA in furniture design and woodworking from Rochester Institute of Technology. He also studied drama at RIT and acted with the National Theater of the Deaf. In 1980 he went to Penn State University, earning his master’s and doctorate degrees in art education. Currently, Johnston teaches drawing and sculpture at Gallaudet University.
4 Item(s) (1 Watercolor painting, 1 Print, 2 Masks)
Four pieces of artwork by Deaf artist Paul Johnston. Johnston earned a BFA in furniture design and woodworking from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Collection consists of four pieces of artwork.
C.S. Midrange, Shelf 212 - Visual Learner and Deaf Education Pinball.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The masks and Visual Learner were purchased in 2010 by RIT Librarian Joan Naturale. The print, Deaf Education Pinball was donated by Paul Johnston.
Artwork varies in size: 18 x 11 to 18 x 22 inches
Finding aid created by Amy Vilz in October 2011.
- Rochester Institute of Technology -- Art collections (Organization)
- Paul Johnston artwork
- RIT/NTID Deaf Studies Archive
- Amy Vilz
- 03 October 2011
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