Lecture at Somerset Club [videorecording]
A two hour videotaped lecture by Robert C. Vose, Jr., at the Somerset Club, Boston, Massachusetts, May 14, 1987.
Core of the apple [videorecording] / [produced by] Danish Television
A brief video segment of painters Romare Bearden and Herbert Gentry discussing the relationship between jazz music and abstract expressionist painting. They make a collaborative painting while listening to jazz.
Preserving the last bohemian [videorecording] / Courtney Turk, producer, director, cinematograher
Documents the collecting procedures of the Archives of American Art, using painter, muralist, sculptor Jirayr Zorthian (b. 1911) as a subject for collecting. The video was produced, directed and videographed by Courtney Turk for the Television Arts class at Loyola-Marymount University, Los Angeles. Participants include Zorthian, Dabney Zorthian, artist John Outterbridge …
[Robert Howard Studio opening] [videorecording] / created by Terry Fox, produced by Paule Anglim
A video of the opening of sculptor Robert Howard's studio, November 23, 1976, created by conceptual artist Terry Fox, produced and commissioned by gallery owner Paule Anglim. Appearing in the video are Howard, Anglim, and friends, relatives, and artists Dick Faralla, Cherie Raciti, Sally Lilienthal, Florence Allen, Phil Lanhares, Josephine Stauffacher and …
Screenprint in the making [videorecording]: Sondra Freckelton collaborates with Norman Stewart in the creation of the fine screenprint entitled Blue Chenille
[Milford Zornes: Watercolor Master] [videorecording] [produced by] Laurel Erickson; Narration, Hector Elizondo
The video documents the life, career and work of Milford Zornes.
[Ralph Rosenthal demonstrating sculpture to an adult class] [videorecording] /
Henry Hensche [videorecording] : an American master / Albert R. Guidry, director
1 DVD (Video recording, duplicate)
Videotape documentary on Provincetown, Mass. painter and instructor Henry Hensche (1901-1992).
Mark Freeman videos of Weaving the Future
Video project by Mark Freeman documents the Otavalo Indians of the Andean highlands (province of Imbabura) of northern Ecuador and their economic success in adapting their traditional weaving and crafts for the international marketplace. The video project also records the tensions between traditional indigenous values and customs and modernization pressures …
Videorecordings relating to New Deal art in California
32 U-Matic videorecordings of unedited interviews, varying in length from fifteen minutes to three hours, of artists, craftspersons, administrators, and historians, associated with New Deal art in California. One videotape, which features Dr. Francis V. O'Connor, is an introduction to the project. The interviews were conducted and recorded in subjects' homes …