Getty Research Institute
A collection of videotapes containing works by Zipcut Video (a collaboration between artists Patrick Scott (a.k.a. Patrick Marca-Registrada) and Gene Wirth from 1981 to 1982), and other videotapes related to LBMA's experiments in producing video art for cable broadcasts
Vanderbilt University - Jean and Alexander Heard Library
The Vortex and the Bad Boy Concert was held at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University on April 7, 2013. The major highlight of this concert was the Southeastern premiere of the 1924 version of George Antheil's Ballet mécanique edited by Paul Lehrman and performed by the Vortex Percussion Ensemble, which was synchronized with the film of the same name by Fernand Léger. The concert was preceded by a symposium and an exhibition of robotics inside and outside the Ingram Hall lobby. This collection consists of publicity, promotional materials, reviews, programs, and videorecordings
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
The archives contains materials documenting the cessation of Modern music, correspondence, financial and budget documents, fundraising and promotional materials, clippings, committee meeting minutes, photographs and artwork, stage and costume designs, contemporary concert and festival programs, scrapbooks (preserved on microfilm), publications of the League, and writings by Minna Lederman Daniel. Correspondence includes originals of letters sent to Modern music by George Antheil, Alban Berg, Theodore Chanler, Aaron Copland, Henry and Sidney Cowell, David Ewen, Frederick Jacobi, Lincoln Kirstein, Walter Piston, Paul Rosenfeld, Lazare Saminsky, Arnold Schoenberg, Harold Shapero, and Virgil Thomson. Contributors to Modern music include Alban Berg, Bertolt Brecht, André Breton, Aaron Copland, Henry and Sidney Cowell, Edwin Denby, Lincoln Kirstein, Pablo Picasso, Walter Piston, Paul Rosenfeld, Harold Shapero, and Virgil Thomson. Noteworthy original works of art in this collection include ... Read More
Art Institute of Chicago - Ryerson and Burnham Libraries
The World of Charlotte Moorman collection originated as a publication in conjunction with the archival exhibition of the same name at Bound & Unbound, a gallery in New York, March 28-June 30, 2000. The collection includes recital announcements and programs from Moorman's college years; programs, posters, catalogs, and ephemera from her 30-year career collaborations with Nam June Paik, Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono, and other vanguardists; posters and programs from each of the fifteen Annual Avant Garde Festivals in New York; and bibliographical and biographical material
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Posters, programs, and flyers advertising events of the ONCE Festival
Cornell University Libraries
Approximately 135 pieces complied by Diego Cortez comprising of material related to both his 1981 No Wave show at PS1 and many of the personalities involved in the artistic and musical scenes of the period, including Jimmy DeSana, James Chance, Anya Phillips, Fab 5 Freddy, Bob Gruen, Robert Gordon, Glenn O'Brien, Legs O'Neil, Ray Johnson, Debbie Harry, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, among others. The collection also contains concert flyers, photographs, and exhibition materials, including early proposals for a book and exhibition on graffiti art
Vanderbilt University - Jean and Alexander Heard Library
The John Cage Centennial Celebration was held at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University from March 29-April 1, 2012. Most materials in this collection pertain to the concert itself, performed by the Vortex Percussion Ensemble, the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and Company Rose, including press previews and reviews, promotional materials, and videorecordings. Of additional interest are copies of motion pictures documenting the work of dancer Marian Van Tuyl and related resources that were referenced as part of this event
New York Public Library
The Meredith Monk archive contains substantial documentation of both the artistic and business aspects of Monk's career, as well as the workings of her company, the House Foundation For The Arts -- Major elements include personal correspondence, comprehensive collections of concert programs, media clippings, publicity materials and posters, piece and project files (some of which contain Monk's notes and sketches detailing the evolution of certain works), writings by and about Monk, scores, photographs, and drawings, financial and other papers documenting the work and of The House Foundation since its inception in 1968, and a collection of books about Monk and the art forms in which she works. Correspondence mainly consists of short notes and fan letters to Monk, but other correspondents include Bjork, David Byrne, Kenneth King, and Rob McBrien, as well as Monk's family and other close friends. Pieces with substantial historical documentation include Art Performs Life, Atlas, Book Of ... Read More
New York Public Library
Arthur Russell (1951-1992) was a multi-genre singer-songwriter, cellist, and record producer. The collection dates from 1960 to 2005 (bulk 1974-1991) and documents Russell's creative process, output, and reception through written and recorded music, correspondence, photographs, printed matter, articles, contracts, and biographical materials
University of California, San Diego
The collection contains Oliveros' original writings, compositions, correspondence and sketches. Also included are interviews, programs and reviews, teaching materials and writings about and relating to Oliveros' work., subject files, reel-to-reel audio tapes and ephemera


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