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Pathways: A Century of Women at RIT project materials contains flyers, exhibition cards, and student projects generated for the project. The collaborative project took place during the 2007-08 academic year and culminated in a day-long symposium featuring presentations by students of their papers, poem readings and an exhibition opening.
The Jacqueline Schertz stained glass mandala consists of one pane and is untitled.
The collection consists of a mosaic created by Deaf artist Mary Dignan.
Collection contains artwork created by Bea Nettles between 1969-1992. Formats include hand colored prints, artists' offset books, silver gelatin instamatic prints, dye transfer prints, photo-etchings, poster prints.
A portfolio of 17 drawings by 19th century Rochester artist Emily Smith.
The collection contains 10 pieces of ceramics made by artist Lulu Scott Backus.
Charlot Bowman drawings contain pen and ink illustrations for two works: Pippin's House, by Constance Savory and American Women Poets 1937.
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.