Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
This collection contains the personal papers of James V. Hatch and Camille Billops and records of their work relating to the curation of the Hatch-Billops collection and the publication of Artist and Influence. Personal papers of James V. Hatch include writings and associated research files, correspondence, teaching files, and subject files. Of particular interest are the research files collected by Hatch while writing his biography of Owen Dodson, which include a number of audio interviews with Dodson and others. Personal papers of Camille Billops include correspondence with artists, art historians, and curators, art prints by her, and other personal material. Administrative files contain correspondence, financial records, and other administrative material related to the administration of the Hatch-Billops Collection and the publication of Artist and Influence. Printed material includes posters by or about Camille Billops, James Hatch, and the Hatch-Billops Collection. Many of the ... Read More
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Clippings, interviews, essays, exhibition announcements, press releases. Date of material ranges from 2011 to present
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Biographical material, exhibition announcements, exhibition information, clippings, invitations, essays on artist and artwork, photographs of artwork, slides
Getty Research Institute
The collection principally comprises oral history interviews conducted from 2008 through 2012 as part of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A., a research project that focused on the postwar (1945-1980) art scene in Los Angeles. The project was initiated by the Getty in collaboration with arts institutions across Southern California. Project organizers conducted an extensive series of oral histories with many of Los Angeles' key artists, filmmakers, curators, collectors, and critics. Many of the participating organizations were awarded funds by the Getty Foundation, which received the resulting interviews as part of the grant requirement. Material also includes recordings of lectures, symposia, and panel discussions; short documentary films; and printed ephemera (brochures, press kits, press releases, and other types of announcements) collected by the Getty Institutional Archives to document the exhibitions and events
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the records of the Camille Love Gallery from circa 1992-1998 and includes artist files, administrative records, photographs, and printed material. Artist files contain promotional material for exhibitions, slides of artwork, correspondence, and other documents relating to exhibitions by such artists as John Biggers, Romare Bearden, and Frank Bowling. Administrative records primarily contain financial documents and relate to the management of the gallery. Audiovisual recordings and photographs are of exhibitions and artwork. Printed material contains promotional items advertising exhibitions and events at the gallery as well as clippings reporting on gallery events
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Correspondence, clippings, exhibition announcements, photographs of artwork
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Clippings, aquisition announcement, exhibition announcement
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Artist writings, resumes, announcements, bibliographies, clippings, invitations, exhibition announcements, press releases, conceptual drawings, photographs of artwork, slides, order forms, price lists
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Biographical material, bibliographies, clippings, exhibition announcements, press releases, photographs of artwork, art reproductions
New York Public Library
National Conference of Artists Records consists of administrative records, by-laws, and printed material, especially relating to annual national conventions. Of interest are two files containing printed material about African-American artists. Other material consists of an "Afro-American source directory of visual arts" (1976), the introduction by the director of a youth conference (ca. 1978), a membership directory (ca. 1984), and a newsletter and a few items about the New York City chapter. The collection conludes with the NCA's two publications, "The Artary" (1984-1985) and newsletters and brochures (1980-2001, scattered)

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