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Exhibitions and Galleries

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  • Fondo
  • 1933-

The Exhibitions fonds is a top level archival unit that encompasses everything in the Archives documenting the various exhibitions and galleries at ArtCenter, beginning in the 1930s. Under the fonds-level are the following collections: Exhibitions collection and the Exhibitions photograph collection.

Exhibitions and galleries

Exhibitions records

This collection contains ArtCenter exhibition invitations, announcement, posters, and catalogs from the early 1930s to the present. The collection did not come from one source, and was compiled from years of various exhibitions. In addition, the collection represents all of the ArtCenter galleries, although exhibitions from the Williamson Gallery make up most of the collection beginning in 1992.

Series 1 has materials from Art Center's main exhibits, featuring many prominent artists. Some of these exhibits are traveling, and some are curated by Art Center staff and guests. There is a gap in our collection between 1955 and 1976. An exhibit on Richard Avedon's photographs was an important event for Art Center, shown just two months after the opening of the Ellwood building in 1976. Also historical was the Christopher Le Brun exhibit in 1992 that launched the new Alyce de Roulet Williamson gallery. Beginning in the early 2000s we began more partnerships with other Pasadena institutions, such as with Neuro, 2003 and ear(th), 2004 (both collaborations with Caltech), The Universe, 2001 (with related exhibits around Pasadena), and In the Dermisphere, 2007 (part of a Pasadena festival: SKIN: Art and Ideas).

Series 2 contains invitations and announcements for student exhibits from 1934 - 2004. The early records are mostly for an annual exhibit of student work from all departments. Most of the later records are for individual student MFA shows. This series is incomplete and contains records that were gathered together in 2003. Other materials for student shows may be found in individual department collections. The regular Grad Show announcements are found in the Graduation collection.

Exhibitions

Series 1 has materials from Art Center's main exhibitions, featuring many prominent artists. Some of these exhibits are traveling, and some are curated by Art Center staff and guests. There is a gap in our collection between 1955 and 1976. An exhibit on Richard Avedon's photographs was an important event for Art Center, shown just two months after the opening of the Ellwood building in 1976. Also historical was the Christopher Le Brun exhibit in 1992 that launched the new Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery. Beginning in the early 2000s we began more partnerships with neighboring Pasadena institutions, such as with Neuro, 2003 and ear(th), 2004 (both collaborations with Caltech), The Universe, 2001 (with related exhibits around Pasadena), and In the Dermisphere, 2007 (part of a Pasadena festival: SKIN: Art and Ideas).

Student Exhibitions

Series 2 contains invitations and announcements for student exhibits from 1934 - 2004. The early records are mostly for an annual exhibit of student work from all departments. Most of the later records are for individual student MFA shows. This series is incomplete and contains records that were gathered together in 2003. Other materials for student shows may be found in individual department collections. The regular Grad Show announcements are found in the Graduation collection.

Exhibitions Director - Stephen Nowlin papers

These Exhibitions records were created by Stephen Nowlin, Vice President, Director, Williamson Gallery from 1985-2021. The collection includes reports, contracts, correspondence, and clippings which document the activity of the Director as well as the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery and Sculpture Garden.

The Administrative files are mainly correspondence files. Of interest is the file on ArtCenter's original website, of which Nowlin was integral to the design and creation. The ArtNight files consist of brochures, meeting notes, and correspondence documenting ArtCenter's participation in Pasadena's citywide cultural event. The Exhibitions files document the many exhibitions Nowlin curated in the Williamson Gallery. Included are gallery mockups, loan agreements, and lists of art/artists. The Sculpture Garden files consist of loan agreements, condition reports, maps, and artist biographies. The Student Gallery files are mainly information sheets filled out by the students identifying their work for exhibition labels. The Clippings files contain photocopies of newspaper reviews of exhibitions.

Nowlin, Stephen

Administrative Files

The Administrative files are various files Nowlin created in the administration of his position. The correspondence files consist of cards and letters from friends, colleagues, and local arts organizations offering congratulations on exhibitions and thanks for tours. Of interest is the file on the school's original website, for which Nowlin served as art director and producer from 1997 to 2001.

ArtNight

The ArtNight files consist of brochures, meeting notes, and correspondence documenting ArtCenter's participation in the citywide cultural event.

Exhibitions

The Exhibitions files document the many exhibitions Nowlin curated in the Williamson Gallery. Included are gallery mockups, loan agreements, and lists of art/artists. Of interest is his research at, and correspondence with, local institutions such as the Huntington Library and Caltech.

Photographs and exhibition brochures have been removed to their respective Exhibitions collections.

Sculpture Garden

The Sculpture Garden files focus mainly on the 1984 loan of sculptures from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and consist of loan agreements, condition reports, maps, and artist biographies.

Student Gallery

The Student Gallery files are mainly information sheets filled out by the students identifying their work for exhibition labels, except for the Photography Department which submitted spreadsheets that include images of the student work. Individual forms are not dated, but most are circa 2007-2015.

Clippings

The Clippings files contain photocopies of newspaper (mainly Los Angeles Times) reviews of exhibitions. The first folder includes a typewritten bibliography of the clippings from Nowlin's original binders.

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