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Materials related to the Red Barn which is part of the Center for Recreation and Intramurals. The collection contains slides on the outdoor orientation program, clippings from renovation day on October 2, 1982, photographs from renovation day, a video tape on the red barn experience 1982, and three blueprint sketches of the Red Barn.
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 one artwork by BlackDeaf artist Fred Michael Beam, titled Through Deaf Slave's Eyes.
The collection contains one watercolor painting by Deaf Latinx artist Rolando Siguenza. The painting depicts six young men with angels' wings with a yellow background foregrounded by a wrought iron gate. At lower right, another young male in profile with wings looks on.
Luvon Sheppard watercolors consists of 5 paintings, most depicting Rochester, New York.
Gordon Hope Grant artwork contains 5 lithographs and 1 watercolor painting. Grant is known for his maritime subjects.
Four prints and watercolor painting by artist and illustrator Norman Kent. Kent graduated from RIT in 1925 with a degree in Applied Arts.
Nine paintings by artist M. Lillian Pratt Kinzel. Kinzel taught drawing at the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, a precursor to Rochester Institute of Technology.
Korean artist Myoung Lim Lee donated her guache painting The Apricot to RIT. The painting depicts bright orange apricots on white BFK paper. The artist included the exhibit catalog for the piece as well as a letter briefly describing her time at RIT.