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Calendar Of Events December 1937, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Dec 1937

Calendar Of Events December 1937, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of December 1936-January 1937 includes an article called Historic American Buildings Survey, written by Philip D. Creer, district officer for Rhode Island. Also included are the times, topics, and locations for art exhibitions, plays, concerts and lectures in the Providence area. Also mentioned are art exhibitions that took place in Massachusetts, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Yale University Gallery of Fine Arts in New Haven.


Calendar Of Events May 1937, Brown/Risd Community Art Project May 1937

Calendar Of Events May 1937, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of May 1937 includes an article about the new Metcalf building on the RISD campus. This building was named in memory of Helen Metcalf, one of the founders of RISD. The article was written by Royal Farnum, executive vice president of RISD. Also included are the times, topics and locations of art exhibitions, plays, concerts and lectures in the Providence area. Art exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Yale University Art Gallery and museums in Massachusetts are also mentioned.


Calendar Of Events March 1937, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Mar 1937

Calendar Of Events March 1937, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of March 1937 includes an article about the New England Marionette Corporation. The times, topics and places for art exhibitions, concerts, plays, and lectures in the Providence area are also included. Art exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Avery Memorial in Hartford and museums in Massachusetts are also mentioned.