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New School publicity scrapbook collection ➔ Press clippings 14: 1936-1937

Clippings Scrapbook


Related people/organizations

Adolph Gottlieb (subject)
Emilio Amero (subject)
Yasuo Kuniyoshi (subject)

Date

1936 – 1937

Work Type

scrapbooks

Description

Subjects include: Emilo Amero (Mexican-born artist, New School instructor) Artists’ Union (established in New York City in 1934. Advocated for more positions within the Works Progress Administration-Federal Art Project (WPA/FAP), better pay and working conditions): meetings held at New School Joseph Blumenthal (American typographer, bookmaker, co-founder of the Spiral Press, New School instructor) Aaron Copland (American composer, New School instructor) Camilo Egas New York Folk Festival Council Yasuo Kuniyoshi (Japanese-born painter, New School instructor) "The Ten" (Whitney Museum Dissenters, a nine-member artists group comprised of Joseph Solman, Ilya Bolotowsky, Louis Schanker, Yankel Kufeld, Lee Gatch, Ben Zion, Loius Harris, M. Rothkowitz, and Adolph Gottlieb): New School exhibition Alexander Woollcott (American literary and drama critic, Algonquin Round Table member, New School instructor) William Zorath (Lithuanian-born American artist and writer, New School instructor)

Identifier

NS030101_PC_014_OCR

Citation

Press clippings 14: 1936-1937. 1936 – 1937. New School publicity scrapbook collection. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 20 Jul 2019.

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