Art -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The collection consists of two motion picture films an lp record and CD soundtrack promoting the School of Art and Design and the School for American Craftsmen at RIT.
The RIT School for American Crafts records and slides contains short essays on the history of the school, a selection of administrative files, promotional materials, curriculum information, information about craft exhibitions at RIT as well as exhibitions of work by faculty and students, and a number of articles and clippings, mainly from 1950 to 1990. There is also a set of slides used to promote the school and facilities, ca. 2000.
Collection of lantern slides regarding the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute, a precursor to Rochester Institute of Technology. Most images depict students in various departments and administrative documents.
Wood bowl, lidded box, and salt and pepper shakers from the School for American Craftsmen at Rochester Institute of Technology. The objects were most likely made by a student.
Four scrapbooks containing materials related to Stanley H. Witmeyer and the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Witmeyer was a former Dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts at RIT. The scrapbook contains information on Witmeyer and the Institute's history
William Keyser furniture contains 12 ecclesiastical pieces created for RIT Campus Ministries. There is 1 additional piece, Soaring Shelf, at one time displayed in the RIT President's Office.