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Materials related to Hans Christensen, the world-renowned silversmith and former Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) professor. Most of the collection consists of articles written on Hans Christensen, specifically his works, achievements, and death. The collection also includes some miscellaneous documents such as a biographical sketch, exhibition catalog, and a few pieces of correspondence.
Collection of photos, press releases, and correspondence related to the career and teaching of former RIT School of Photographic Arts and Sciences faculty member Charles (Charlie) Arnold.
The David and Mary Hoysic collection on Sister Marie-Pierre Semler contains biographical information about the life of RIT alumna Sister Marie Pierre Semler, and information about her artwork. Materials include a brochure, a biographical essay, a timeline, and an exhibit catalog. Also included is a VHS tape about her work.
The Bruce Austin research papers contain interview notes and research material used in the creation of
"Frans Wildenhain, 1950-75: Creative and Commercial American Ceramics at Mid-Century".
A collection of exhibition announcements beginning as early as 1903 at the Mechanics Institute in Rochester, NY before the Bevier Building was built, through the most current exhibition schedule and announcements at the Bevier Gallery today.
This collection contains materials that document the history and operation of the William Harris Gallery on the RIT Campus.
Deaf View Image Art (De'VIA) collection contains a poster, exhibit and auction programs from various De'VIA events held during 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2014, as well as Gallery Guides from Deaf Artists' exhibits from 1993, 1995, and 1999.
Collection created to preserve biographical information about people who have worked or studied at National Technical School for the Deaf. (NTID)
NTID-related materials collected by Thomas Raco, an administrator at NTID for many years. The materials center around art at NTID, art curriculum, artists who attended NTID, an alums show at Dyer Art Center, articles and videotapes about deaf art and artists. Collection also includes sample artwork by deaf artist Morris Broderson.
A collection of materials pertaining to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) from 1965 to the current time. Materials include newsclippings, promotional materials, campus publications, photographs, and other ephemera generated by and for NTID.