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Administrative Files

The Administrative Files series contains early bylaws and minutes from the origin of the office. The minutes provide a detailed look into the concerns and projects of the association before it stopped charging membership dues, and only document one year after the change to the ACCDAA. Chronological files maintained by the association secretary are mostly meeting agendas, although some correspondence with members is included. This series also includes recent announcements made by the Office.

Administrative Files

The Administrative Files highlight the many functions of the department. Of interest are the two folders on courses the department offered to students to prepare them for their careers.

Biographical

This series contains personal materials including biographical notes with ancestral origins and lists of events written by George and Theda, including their transition to Detroit . General Motors bonus receipts, a handwritten ledger of earnings and taxes until 1974, and detailed accounts of his departure from Art Center are also present.

Library Administration

  • 14-RG 14.01.01-1
  • Séries
  • 1981-1998
  • Parte de Library

The files in the Library Administration series contain information about planning and statistics related to the library. Of special note are the files on the library at Art Center (Europe).

Administrative Files

The bulk of the series is subject files regarding sponsored projects and competitions, especially posters for organizations or events. There are a few departmental files, such as budget, policies and faculty reviews.

Administrative Files

The administrative files consist of consist primarily of materials related to the "Beyond Glory: Stories of Mack and Jack Robinson", an undergraduate project led by Media Design Program instructors Andrew Davidson & Allison Goodman with undergraduate instructor Laura Silva, in the summer of 1997.

Administrative Files

The Administrative Files consist mainly of files regarding the Fairchild Foundation, created in his role as Director of Development. There are also a few files about issues with the new building.

Administrative Files

The Administrative Files document the varied responsibilities and endeavors of the department.

Toyota Lecture posters

These posters announced visiting speakers who were part of the Toyota Motor Corporation Endowed Lecture Program. The lectures were given by art and design professionals working in fields directly related to Art Center's departments, as well as architects, writers, historians, critics, and social commentators.

In June 2009, the name of the lecture series changed to The Big Picture.

Administrative Files

The Administrative Files series contains curriculum, syllabi, and printed materials announcing department events.

Sponsored Projects

Corporate sponsored project files form Series 1. The majority of the work here pertains to corporate sponsored automobile design projects. Included are scope of the projects, letters of intent, class schedules, lists of students assigned to projects, and various memos and faxes pertaining to the funding, time requirements, and/or timing of the specified project.

Administrative Files

The Administrative Series documents some of the meetings, reports, and fundraising opportunities from the department as well as some course proposals.

Landscape Painting with Michael Hernandez

A sample of oil paintings done by students in Michael Hernandez's Landscape Painting class. Class description: In this class, students will explore the challenges of landscape interpretation by painting on location using various oil techniques.

Exhibitions

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).

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