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Printed Material

Printed materials, such as letterhead, business cards, and brochures, some dating back to the 1950s, make up Series 11.

Clippings

The media outreach efforts of the Public Relations Department can be seen in Series 8, Clippings, containing hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles related to Art Center, its students, and their work.

People

The files in Series 5, People, contain information collected on Art Center faculty and departments to be used in publicizing Art Center accomplishments.

Art Center Campuses

Series 3, Art Center Campuses, contains publicity about the physical plant, including the move to Pasadena and the acquisition of South Campus.

Administrative Files

The administrative files in Series 1 document the varied responsibilities of the department, from internal meetings to media outreach.

Events

The Events files in Series 4 document on and off-campus events that the department publicized, especially Super Thursdays.

Sponsored Projects

The Sponsored Projects files in Series 7 contain information on the corporations, projects and students involved for publicity purposes.

Media Summaries

The Media Summaries in Series 9 are packets of clippings compiled by Public Relations to be distributed to other administrative departments on campus. These packets are arranged chronologically, following departmental practice.

Academic Departments

The files in Series 2, Academic Departments, contain information collected on Art Center faculty and departments to be used in publicizing Art Center accomplishments.

Internal Communications

Series 10 contains the internal communication component of Public Relations. Notable in this series are the Third Thursday Newsbriefs that are distributed to the Art Center community every month and spotlight Art Center news and events.