Exhibitions -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The Barbara Cowles collection on Shop One contains materials about the retail store that featured handmade crafts by RIT professors, as well as other craftsmen in the Rochester area and beyond. Included are posters, news clippings, exhibition announcements, photographs, digital images and HTML pages from a website about Shop One (no longer live on web).
A collection of exhibition announcements beginning as early as 1903 at the Mechanics Institute in Rochester, NY before the Bevier Building was built, through the most current exhibition schedule and announcements at the Bevier Gallery today.
This collection consists of digital scans of printed labels from exhibitions held at the RIT Cary Graphic Arts Collection from 1979 to the present day.
The Doug Baker collection on Shop One contains materials about the retail store, Shop One, that featured handmade crafts by RIT professors, as well as other craftsmen in the Rochester area and beyond. Included are copies of his designs for Shop One related materials including letterhead, logos, invitations, and advertisements.
Collection includes a wooden plywood high chair created by Dr. Swartz, maquettes, numerous photographs taken of furniture pieces she created, biographical materials, and several articles documenting her body of woodworking accomplishments.
The collection contains Board meeting announcements and invitations, and other documents ranging from 1847-1894 for the Rochester Athenaeum, Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Association, Mechanics Institute, and the Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics Institute. Many of the documents are addressed to George S. Riley.
Digital audio recordings of two interviews with Hans Christensen. Christensen was a world renowned silver smith who taught at RIT for 29 years.
The John Panara collection on Robert and Shirley Panara includes photographs, correspondence and local news articles collected by the Panara family and used in an NTID exhibit on Robert Panara from 2014.
The Ladislav Sutnar collection is comprised of correspondence, biographical files, bibliographic files and client files as well as gifts from Elaine Lustig Cohen, and the Smithsonian Institution, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.