Art -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of five videotapes of a three-day symposium sponsored by RIT College of Imaging Arts and Sciences on April 1-3, 1987. Each tape is a different speaker and the last is a panel discussion with all speakers.
Two scrapbooks related to Clifford M. Ulp and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (renamed the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1944). Ulp served as a faculty member and then the director of the Institute's art and design program from 1921 to 1952. The scrapbooks contain clippings and various pieces of ephemera such as event programs and invitations.
Emily A. Clements course manuals consist of four volumes. Each contains typewritten lecture notes, artwork images, and assignments for a History of Painting and Sculpture class at the Rochester Atheneum and Mechanics Institute.
Photographs and publications or Polish art and design related to John Solowski, a professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection contains photographs by Fabrice Strippoli, two of which feature John Solowski, as well as color images from a Polish poster exhibit. Also included are printed publications on Polish art and design and a booklet highlighting a trip taken to New York City by the third year Photographic Illustration class in 1967.
Collection of 28 program booklets of a lecture series called Saturday Evening Lectures held between 1906 and 1920. The series was sponsored by Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute (RAMI) and most of the lectures covered travel and art.
Student scrapbook containing examinations and printed matter related to the school.
Photographs and etchings by RIT student Peter Berg. Berg attended RIT in the 1970s.
Philip Bornarth artwork contains two drawings, painting, and two prints. Bornarth taught drawing and painting at RIT from 1960-1999.
Collection of materials related to Ralph M. Hattersley, a former professor of photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection consists primarily of contact sheets and negatives, but also includes some pieces of correspondence.
Records from RIT College of Fine and Applied Arts Curriculum Committee Council from 1970-1989. Although the amount of documentation for each year varies, all years generally include correspondence, meeting minutes, course and program proposals, committee reports, committee policies.