Bruria Finkel papers
The papers of California artist, curator, and educator Bruria Finkel measure 15.3 linear feet and 83.815 GB, and date from 1953 to 2021. This collection includes biographical materials, correspondence, writings, project files, professional records, exhibition files, artists' files, personal business records, printed and digital materials, photographic materials, and sound and video recordings. There is a 3.2 linear foot and .225 GB unprocessed addition to this collection donated in 2021 and 2022 that includes photographs, film photo slides and slides of works of art; printed material; biographical material; research material regarding papermaking in Japan; journals; project and exhibition files; interviews with Bruria and others on audio cassette, mini DVs and ¼ inch reels; and 16 mm film "Bruria" sequence from Art in America Part 5- Art Careers; and a video, Artist Talk with Bruria Finkel, October 21, 2021, created by the Southern California Women Caucus for the Arts for Third Thursday Artist Talk Time. Material dates from circa 1960-2021.
This accession consists of publicity files for programs sponsored by the Resident Associate Program (RAP). The programs consist of special events, including performances, lectures, and films; performance series; and courses. The files contain information on the publicity developed for each program, such as press releases and clippings.
This accession consists of records that document the work of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) in the planning, execution, administration, and promotion of traveling exhibitions. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, press releases, press kits, photographs, slides, transparencies, scripts, itineraries, floor plans, checklists, clippings, budgets, proposals, brochures, notes, other related …
This accession consists of records that document the official functions and activities of the Assistant Provost for Arts and Humanities from 1982 to 1994, although the bulk of the records date from 1990 to 1993. They consist mostly of memoranda, correspondence, and reports generated both within and outside of the Smithsonian Institution which reflect …
This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
This accession consists of records created and maintained by Forrest McGill, Assistant Director, Research and Collections Division, documenting the administration of the Research and Collections Division, development, finances, staff and committee meetings, policies, research opportunities and fellowships, security, staff members, special events, Sackler/Freer affiliations, curatorial issues, public outreach, education …
This accession consists of the administrative records of Robert D. Bailey, Under Secretary for Finance and Administration (F&A), which document management planning and implementation throughout the Smithsonian Institution. The materials consist of correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, goal statements, statistical reports, budget summaries, and information pertaining to fellowships grants, exhibitions …
This accession consists of drawings documenting the planning and design of exhibitions and other projects by the Office of Exhibits Central (OEC). OEC designs exhibitions for the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service as well as for Smithsonian Institution museums and units without internal exhibition design offices or which need additional …
Fiscal Year Budget Files
This accession consists of fiscal year budget files, organized by Smithsonian office or bureau. Materials include budget calls, justifications, Congressional hearing actions and resolutions concerning fiscal appropriations to the Institution, quarterly reports and other working papers. Also included are topical budget formulation and execution files.
These records document the conceptualization, development, design, and execution of several exhibitions held by the Cooper-Hewitt Museum from 1973 through 1992, and of exhibitions rejected or cancelled by the museum. Exhibition files include proposals; research files; correspondence with object lenders, scholars, and exhibition designers; photographs, slides, and checklists of objects; installation floor …