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The Broadsheet April 1935, Students Of Risd Apr 1935

The Broadsheet April 1935, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of April 1935 had a brief article about the RISD Costume Department's Fashion Show. Items of the Moment described activities of interest to RISD students.


The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 3, Students Of Risd Mar 1935

The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 3, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of March 1935, no. 3 had a brief article about a Book-Binding class in RISD Teacher Education. Items of the Moment included art exhibitions, museum talks, and things of interest to RISD students and the local art community.


Calendar Of Events March 1935, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Mar 1935

Calendar Of Events March 1935, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of March 1935 includes an essay about Paul Cezanne and another essay about Rhode Island colonial silversmiths. The times, topics and locations for art exhibitions, concerts, plays and lectures that took place in the Providence area are listed. Also mentioned are art exhibitions in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.


The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 2, Students Of Risd Mar 1935

The Broadsheet March 1935 No. 2, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of March 1935, no. 2 had a brief article on a housing display containing models and drawings from RISD architecture and interior architecture students. These were on display in the RI Hospital National Bank building in Providence. Items of the Moment included activities of interest to RISD students and the local art community.


Calendar Of Events February 1935, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Feb 1935

Calendar Of Events February 1935, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of February 1935 includes an essay about Machine Art. The times, topics and locations of art exhibitions, plays, concerts, and lectures are included. Art exhibitions in Massachusetts, Connecticut and the Museum of Modern Art in New York are also included.


The Broadsheet February 1935, Students Of Risd Feb 1935

The Broadsheet February 1935, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Broadsheet was a student publication which ran through the mid-1930s. Printed in the style of the broadsheet, the paper was a single sheet published weekly with brief descriptions of current news. The issue of February 1935 included a brief article about the exhibition of miniature stage sets that the Saturday young students had on display on the top floor of the Jewelry Building at RISD. Items of the Moment mentioned art exhibitions, the picture lending library and other art interests for the RISD students.


Calendar Of Events January 1935, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Jan 1935

Calendar Of Events January 1935, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of January 1935 includes an essay about jewelry design. There also is an interview with Professor Curt Ducasse of Brown University about art and philosophy. The times, topics and locations of art exhibitions, concerts, plays and lectures in the Providence area are included. Art exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and museums in Connecticut and Massachusetts are also mentioned.


Art Institute Program 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Dec 1934

Art Institute Program 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Art Institute Programs and Transcripts

This Art Institute program took place on December 7 through December 9 1934 at various places at the Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design campuses. The first session featured a talk called The Art Spirit in American Life. The second session featured a talk called The History of Motion Picture as Art, and The Technique of Cinematography (illustrated by the film The Eighth Art). The third session featured a talk called Tradition and Theory in Modern Furniture (illustrated). The fourth session featured a talk called Trends in American Painting Today(illustrated). There also were two recitals and several ...


Calendar Of Events December 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Dec 1934

Calendar Of Events December 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of December 1934 includes information about the third annual Institute of Art, which was held from December 7- December 9 1934. Various exhibitions and lectures were held. Also Art week was observed from December 1 - December 9, 1934. An essay by Royal Farnum of RISD about the new architecture in Harrisville, RI was also included. Art exhibitions were held at the Museum of Modern Art, and museums in Massachusetts and Connecticut.


Calendar Of Events March 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Mar 1934

Calendar Of Events March 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of March 1934 includes an essay by L.Earle Rowe about the Modern Spanish exhibition that took place at the RISD Museum. The times, topics and locations of art exhibitions, concerts, plays and radio programs that took place in Rhode Island were listed. Art exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the RCA building at Rockefeller Center in New York, the Gallery of Fine Arts in New Haven and museums in Massachusetts were also included.


Dust, Students Of Risd Jan 1934

Dust, Students Of Risd

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Dust was an experimental student publication printed in January 1934 by two students under the direction of a local printing company. It includes several short stories written by students and illustrated with wood and linoleum cuts created by other students.


Calendar Of Events January 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Jan 1934

Calendar Of Events January 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of January 1934 includes an essay about William Blake by Professor Damon of Brown University. Also included are art exhibitions, concerts, plays and radio programs that took place in Rhode Island.


Art Institute Program 1933, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Nov 1933

Art Institute Program 1933, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Art Institute Programs and Transcripts

The Institutes of Art were three-day symposiums sponsored by the Brown/RISD Community Art Project. The symposiums included sessions on Fine Arts, art collecting and exhibitions, printing, industry and commerce, art in the community, civic art, and art in relation to literature. These records include Institute programs, maps, other materials published in connection to the Institutes, and transcripts of lectures and speeches given during sessions.


Calendar Of Events November 1933, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Nov 1933

Calendar Of Events November 1933, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of November 1933 includes an article about the Eliza Greene Radeke Memorial garden on the RISD campus. The times, topics and locations of art exhibitions, concerts, lectures and radio programs throughout Rhode Island is included. Art exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum in New York and museum in Massachusetts and Connecticut are also included.


Project Description 1933, Brown/ Risd Community Art Project Jul 1933

Project Description 1933, Brown/ Risd Community Art Project

Correspondence and Ephemera

Community Art Project description dated July 10, 1933 with two plans to move forward.


School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1933-1934), School Of Practical Art Jan 1933

School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1933-1934), School Of Practical Art

Course Catalogs-Art Institute of Boston (AIB)

The School of Practical Art was established in 1912 by Roy Atherton Davidson, who saw the great need of a school where young men and women could receive vocational training in practical art. The School is a pioneer in this line of work, and its twenty years of experience in teaching art that is practical has made its courses not only of permanent worth, but of immediate commercial value.

What can I do? This is a question that every high school boy and girl must answer sooner or later. Many have discovered during their high school years that they have ...


Art Institute Addresses 1932, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Nov 1932

Art Institute Addresses 1932, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Art Institute Programs and Transcripts

These Art Institute addresses took place in 1932. These are the transcripts of those artists, architects and educators who spoke.


Art Institute Map 1932, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Nov 1932

Art Institute Map 1932, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Art Institute Programs and Transcripts

This is a map that shows the various buildings at Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design for events at the Art Institutes seminars. Also shown are various galleries on the East Side of Providence.


Annual Report 1932, Brown/Risd Feb 1932

Annual Report 1932, Brown/Risd

Annual Reports

In this Community Art Project report the effective administration of a grant received by the Carnegie Corp. was discussed. The purpose of the grant was to develop Art interests within the community of Providence and Rhode Island and to strengthen the Art Department at Brown University. Many speakers and programs concerning art, architecture and music took place. There were some concerts at the RISD Museum of Art and Sayles Hall that were well attended.


The Student Designer December 1931, Students Of Risd Dec 1931

The Student Designer December 1931, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The issue of December 1931 included a short essay from Mrs. Danforth, RISD president about the Aims for the School and the RISD Museum. There were ads for local businesses, short stories, and club and school news.


The Student Designer May 1931, Students Of Risd May 1931

The Student Designer May 1931, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The issue of May 1931 included a brief essay from Royal Bailey Farnum, educational director at RISD to RISD seniors. Stories, a poem, a photo of the Senior Class of 1931, ads for local businesses and school news was also included.


The School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1931-1932), School Of Practical Art Jan 1931

The School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1931-1932), School Of Practical Art

Course Catalogs-Art Institute of Boston (AIB)

The School of Practical Art was established in 1912 by Roy Atherton Davidson because of the great need of a school where boys and girls could receive vocational training in practical art. The School is thus a pioneer in this line of work, and its sixteen years of experience in teaching only practical art has made its courses of real worth and commercial value. The School gives fundamental and practical instruction in all branches of commercial art, so that graduate of the School may be efficiently prepared to accept the varied opportunities open to trained men and women. The system ...


The Student Designer December 1930, Students Of Risd Dec 1930

The Student Designer December 1930, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The issue of December 1930 covered topics including: current events happening on campus, editorials, news from the wider art world, RISD sports, school clubs, a brief essay from Royal Bailey Farnum to all students, news from various department, and advertisements.


The Student Designer April 1930, Students Of Risd Apr 1930

The Student Designer April 1930, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The April 1930 issue contained a poem, short essays, humorous bits, and an appeal for contributions to The Student Designer. Also included were ads for local businesses and a brief article about The Art Ball held at Memorial Hall on the RISD campus.


The Student Designer April 1931, Students Of Risd Apr 1930

The Student Designer April 1931, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The paper covered topics including: current events happening on campus, editorials, news from the wider art world, RISD sports, school clubs, recent news from each school department, and advertisements.


The Student Designer March 1930, Students Of Risd Mar 1930

The Student Designer March 1930, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The March, 1930 issue had an article about the RISD Mechanical Design department, it's history and mission. Gallery talks and art exhibitions in the Providence area were also included. Bits of humor, an essay about the RISD museum, brief articles about music and the arts and local ads were also in this issue.


The Student Designer February 27, 1930, Students Of Risd Feb 1930

The Student Designer February 27, 1930, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The February 27, 1930 issue had articles about the RISD Jewelry and Silversmithing department, art exhibitions in the Providence area, RISD sports news, class news, and social news. Also included were local ads and a poem.


The Student Designer January 31, 1930, Students Of Risd Jan 1930

The Student Designer January 31, 1930, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The January 31, 1930 issue had an article about RISD architecture students who wanted a change in their curriculum. Also included was an article about the RISD textile department. Bits of humor, ads and information about art exhibitions were also in this issue.


The Student Designer December 1929, Students Of Risd Dec 1929

The Student Designer December 1929, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

The Student Designer was a student-run monthly newspaper published between 1929 and 1932. The issue of December 1, 1929 included a brief article with information about a reception for Mr. Farnum given by the RISD Alumni Association. There also were articles about the Textile and Mechanical Design departments. Bits of humor, club and school news and local art exhibitions were also included.


The School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1928-1929), School Of Practical Art Jan 1928

The School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1928-1929), School Of Practical Art

Course Catalogs-Art Institute of Boston (AIB)

The School of Practical Art was established in 1912 by Roy Atherton Davidson because of the great need of a school where boys and girls could receive vocational training in practical art. The School is thus a pioneer in this line of work, and its sixteen years of experience in teaching only practical art has made its courses of real worth and commercial value. The School gives fundamental and practical instruction in all branches of commercial art, so that graduate of the School may be efficiently prepared to accept the varied opportunities open to trained men and women. The system ...