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Type Specimen Collection

  • TS

Collection of type specimen, including books, individual pages, and marketing materials.

Center for the Student Experience (CSE) records

  • 54
  • Fondo
  • 1983-

The Center for the Student Experience collection consists of materials created and distributed by the CSE. The administrative files in Series 1 reflect their work with student orientations, international students, events, and the Student Leadership Award. Series 2 and 3 have student handbooks and health insurance plans respectively. Included in Series 4 of this collection are records from student organizations, except Art Center Student Government which has its own collection (RG 54.03). Series 5 contains The Installment, a typically monthly newsletter of announcements and wellness tips. Series 6 houses student-designed t-shirts that are distributed to new students at orientation.

Images from CSE-sponsored events starting in the mid-1980s can be found in the Photograph collection.

Center for the Student Experience

Irene Vermeers papers

  • SPEC 2
  • Colección
  • 1935-1937

The Irene Vermeers papers consist almost entirely of photographs of Art Center School in the mid-1930s, especially faculty portraits and student work. Some of her images were less formal and capture rare candid images of students. The bulk of the collection is photographs of an Industrial Design Department class project from the mid-1930s taught by Kem Weber, whose objective was to design and build a model for a future Art Center campus to be located on Wilshire Boulevard.

Also included in this collection are Art Center Photography faculty Al King's color theory notebooks and the camera and tripod she used as a student.

Gutterman, Irene

Jack Campbell photographs

  • SPEC 62
  • Colección
  • 1951

The Jack Campbell photographs is one image of Product Design students.

Campbell, Jack

Graduate Art Theory and Criticism Department

  • 34
  • Fondo
  • 1995-

The Graduate Art Theory and Criticism Department fonds is a top level archival unit that encompasses everything in the Archives created by the Graduate Art Theory and Criticism Department. Under the fonds-level are the following collections: Graduate Art Theory and Criticism collection of documents, photograph collection, and the thesis collection.

Graduate Art Theory and Criticism Department

Accreditation records

  • RG 20
  • Colección
  • 1959-2010

Accreditation reports submitted to both the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and to the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) provide a tremendous amount of insight into Art Center's curriculum, financial health, and administrative policies. Both draft and final versions of self studies detail such information as enrollment statistics, curriculum development, finances, education and experience of the faculty, and campus facilities (including the Library). In addition, reports filed by the accrediting agencies after site visits are also illuminating. The bulk of the material relates directly to Art Center, but two items are more general: an accreditation report which assesses its influences on universities and colleges in the West by Keith Warner for WASC (1977), and a directory of National Schools of Art (1978).

Art Center Wives Club records

  • RG 18
  • Colección
  • 1956-1977

Newsletters, minutes, correspondence, photographs, and other materials document the planning activities, events and meetings of the Art Center Wives Club. The majority of the documents is the club newsletters which provide information regarding the club and its members. Often the newsletters included annual schedules, membership lists, and synopses of meeting minutes. The second largest group of materials is minutes and mostly mirrors what can be found in the newsletters. Correspondence includes letters to the general membership, thank you notes, and invitations to Art Center Wives Club events such as the new student reception and an Annual Student Faculty party. Guidelines and suggestions for how to run meetings, program schedules, and questionnaires sent to the members all provide additional insight into the club’s activities. A play script written by a club member and performed for new students, is a humorous look at the wives’ view of their husbands’ experiences at Art Center. Two photographs also document the women working on the play.

Art Center Wives Club

Designmatters

  • 48
  • Fondo
  • 2001-2011

The Designmatters fonds is a top level archival unit that encompasses everything in the Archives created by Designmatters. Under the fonds level are the following collections: Designmatters collection of documents and Photograph collection.

Designmatters

Graduation collection

  • RG 45
  • Colección
  • 1951-2018

The Graduation Collection consists mainly of the programs and videos for each ArtCenter graduation. The programs list the graduating students (by department in later years) and the commencement speakers. The student promotional materials are cards and handouts created by the students and distributed at Grad Show. The student-produced Grad Books contain photographs of the graduating students in the spirit of a traditional yearbook, while rarely an actual book. The Graduation Posters are similar to the Grad Books with photos of the students. This collection also includes copies of commencement speeches and a few examples of ArtCenter diplomas.

Robert A. Sandberg papers

  • SPEC 52
  • Colección
  • 1966

This small collection consists of a copy of the Art Center commencement speech given on September 23, 1966 by Robert A. Sandberg, then Director or Advertising and Public Affairs, Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation, and one black and white photograph of Sandberg.

Sandberg, Robert A.

Richard Oehrli papers

  • SPEC 37
  • Colección
  • 1996-1998

The Richard Oehrli papers consist of photocopies of nine Strother MacMinn drawings, a letter from MacMinn to Oehrli, and MacMinn's obituary from AutoWeek.

Oehrli, Richard

Third Street photographs

  • SPEC 9
  • Colección
  • 1947-1949

The Third Street photographs are mainly candid shots of students working on projects and relaxing on campus. In addition, there are images of students painting at sites off campus. These copy negatives and contact prints are believed to have been donated by an alumnus. Some of the names and dates have been identified by an unknown person.

Unknown

Otto Halmer plaque

  • SPEC 89
  • Colección
  • 1967 September

The Otto Halmer plaque was given to the Photography instructor by the Art Center black and white photography lab upon his retirement in September 1967.

Mel Shapiro papers

  • SPEC 88
  • Colección
  • 1954-1955

The Mel Shapiro papers are his correspondence with Art Center Registrar Karla Martell as he inquires about the Photography program and then submits his portfolio and application. Of interest is his Personal Profile, a four-page form required of all applicants, that asks for demographic data as well as professional objectives and whether or not a prospective student has good taste.

Shapiro, Mel

Virginia Iden Ferguson papers

  • SPEC 28
  • Colección
  • 1941-1959

The Virginia Iden Ferguson papers are three letters from the Art Center School. A 1941 letter is to her parents requesting Virginia attend an additional year. A 1959 letter serves as her student record and lists the classes she took. Also included is a one-page "extra" to the alumni newsletter "Horizon Line."

Iden, Virginia

Mary Vartikian artwork

  • SPEC 82
  • Colección
  • circa 1960-1986

Mostly artwork and some documents from the estate of Mary Vartikian, who taught at Art Center from the mid-1950s - 1986. Collection includes: numerous sketches and drawings, Art Center documents and publications, 11 costume design paintings, slides of Vartikian's work and of her teaching, 6 paintings, portfolio of photographic prints taken by Vartikian, 3 photographic prints of Mary Vartikian and George Harris, portfolio of student work, 1 collage (design for "Diggins" painting), George Harris book, "Nonsense and Numbers."

Vartikian, Mary

Virginia Adams artwork

  • SPEC 70
  • Colección
  • Late 1930s - early 1940s

Artwork by Virginia Adams, late 1930s-early 1940s, consisting of 20 pieces of mostly advertising original art, many in mat boards 7.5" x 8". Enclosure titled "Los Angeles Fashion Report Spring 1939" with 9 loose sheets of original fashion artwork. Several printed advertisements (some on newsprint) for I. Magnin & Co.

Adams, Virginia Legakes

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