Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Ceramic vessel from Alec Hazlett. Hazlett graduated with degrees in ceramics from RIT in 1971 and 1972. The collection includes a ceramic piece from his work.
Collection of Arnaud Balard artwork includes a light box designed by Balard, and a label pin of the same design; an enamel tile and a lapel pin of the Deaf Union flag; as well as an actual flag. Also included are ten "handsbird" lapel pins.
Slides and audio recordings of the Craft Aesthetics Seminar held at RIT in 1979.
The Edward G. Dykstra collection contains silverware and ceramic pieces; books and magazines about crafts, design, and silverwork; photographs of silver work and two Alfred University yearbooks. Mr. Dykstra attended the School for American Craftsmen (SAC) at Alfred University, graduating in 1948. The silver and ceramic include bowls, pitchers, plates, a vase and a box created by either Mr. Dykstra or a contemporary of his from SAC.
The collection consists two ceramic artworks by artist Ellen Mansfield. The plate is painted with an image of deaf education pioneer Abbé L'Epée. The trivet De'humankind depicts a woman kneeling by a stream.
Frans Wildenhain artwork consists of ceramic pieces, a mural, and an oil painting. Wildenhain was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1950-1970.
Frans Wildenhain ceramic vessel consists of one artwork. Wildenhain was on the faculty in the School for American Crafts at RIT from 1950-1970.
Ho-Jeong Jeong ceramic collection consists of one artwork titled Drip-I. Jeong is a former Rochester Institute of Technology student.
Julia Galloway ceramics contain 2 vases and 2 plates. One vase and plate are from Galloway's John James Audubon series.
Lee Rexrode ceramics consists of 3 untitled pieces: 2 jars with lids and one vase. Rexrode earned a Master of Fine Arts in ceramics in 1982 from RIT.