New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997)
February 20 1950
The photograph depicts a K.S. Safranski's Pictorial Journalism class session in front of the Thomas Hart Benton murals. Benton painted a series of murals, America Today
in 1930, to cover each wall of the Boardroom on the 3rd floor of the new building of The New School that was designed by Joseph Urban, and open to the public in 1931. The boardroom was later turned into a classroom. The murals were purchased by AXA (then Equitable Life) in 1984, and donated to the Metropolitan Museum in 2012, where they are on permanent view. Photographer: Werner Wolff from Black Star
K.S. Safranski's class in Pictorial Journalism / Return to Agnes De Lima New School - 66 w 12 St New York;Credit: Werner Wolff from Black Star / Graybar Building, New York;A class in pictorial journalism, at the New School for Social Research, leading adult education center in New York, where older students are welcome on equal terms with young people. They may work for degrees - many do - study painting, creative writing, or any of the 400 and more courses in the social sciences and liberal arts offered by the New School. Over 10,000 students attend New School classes each year. 1950 02 20
box 4, folder 12
Werner Wolff. Pictorial Journalism Class with Kurt S. Safranski in the Benton Room of The New School.
February 20 1950. New School photograph collection; Buildings and campus (NS040101.SII). New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
. Web. 24 Sep 2019
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