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Files on the artwork on the Rochester Institute of Technology's campus, compiled by Peter Giopulos. Giopulos served as the associate dean for the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the university. The collection includes articles, clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous administrative documents for each piece, as well as photographs of the items and tape recordings of interviews with some of the artists.
The collection contains two pieces of fine jewelry created by artist Juan Carlos Caballero-Perez. One is a large necklace with a center breast plate and the other is a hand-piece titled You and me.
Correspondence, slides, and clippings related to artists included in the deaf art/deaf artists website. The website includes over 40 deaf and hard of hearing artists.
There are two prints in the Tony L. McGregor collection, both with a southwest-theme.
Five pieces of artwork by deaf artist Susan Dupor.
Four pieces of artwork by Deaf artist Paul Johnston. Johnston earned a BFA in furniture design and woodworking from Rochester Institute of Technology.
David Bloch lithograph is a print that consists of a night scene at the Dachau Concentration Camp.
Two stained glass panels crafted by Sander Blondeel. Mr. Blondeel created panes for the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT.
The collection consists of an oil painting by Uzi Buzgalo, an Israeli deaf artist, titled Flower of Language.
The collage Repressive Means by Patti Durr consists of an 18" x 40" 10 pane white framed window. Each pane is decorated with various collage elements including painted red lips and print materials. The largest pane has an image of a deaf person with a chain affixed to its ear.