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Abstract

Papers of Joyce Arlene Cutler-Shaw, artist, lecturer and founder of the Landmark Art Project, Inc., and Landmark Art Collaborative. The collection documents Cutler-Shaw's teaching career at the University of California, San Diego Extension (1972-1974), Palomar College (1974-1978), and San Diego State University (1978-1980) and her "Art and Artist Lecture Series," a program of video interviews with prominent artists, including David and Eleanor Antin, John Baldessari, John Cage, Christo, Allan Kaprow, and Edward Rusha. Materials related to the Landmark Art Projects, Inc. and the Landmark Art Collaborative (1985-1992) include administrative files, project proposals and descriptions, preliminary sketches and drawings, funding initiatives, and photographs and slides for individual projects, especially "Survival-Evolution," "Urban Meadows," "Urban Mesa," "Museum of Seasonal Change," and "Performance Art/Art Performance." The collection also contains extensive documentation of Cutler-Shaw's individual works, handwritten notes, correspondence, personal projects, solo exhibitions, interviews, and biographical articles.

Biography

Joyce Arlene Cutler-Shaw was born in 1932, in Detroit, Michigan and grew up in New York City. She received her B.A. in English from New York University in 1953, did graduate study work at Columbia University, and received her M.F.A. from the University of California, San Diego, in 1972. She was an instructor at the UCSD Extension from 1972-1974 where she taught teacher training courses for art in the classroom and seminar courses with guest speakers such as Helen Gahagan Douglas, Isaac Bashevis Singer, and various contemporary artists and professionals.

As an instructor and program director, Cutler-Shaw created the "Art and Artist Lecture Series," a lecture program based on contemporary artists, their works and art issues. Originally produced at Palomar College (1974-1978), this lecture program later expanded to San Diego State University, the University of California, Irvine, and California State University, Long Beach. Cutler-Shaw also produced the "Art and Artists: Video/Audio Archive (1974-1982)," which contained video and audiorecordings of interviews with contemporary artists including Laurie Anderson, David Antin, Eleanor Antin, John Baldessari, Mary Beebe, John Cage, Christo, Agenes Denes, Robert Irwin, Allan Kaprow, Moira Roth, Edward Rusha, James Turrell, Anna Banana, Bill Gaglione, and others.

With a group of local artists and landscape architects, Joyce Cutler-Shaw founded Landmark Art Projects, Inc. (1979-1989) in San Diego, California, dedicated to the development of temporary and permanent outdoor works to integrate art and the environment. LAP served as an umbrella organization for artists to initiate projects and become their own project director. Working with local organizations and institutions, LAP proposed four environmental art projects, the Urban Meadows I and II, Urban Mesa, and the Museum of Seasonal Change.

Cutler-Shaw initiated and was project director for the "Waters of the Nations/ Messages from the World" project which began in 1978 and involved global participation. With UNESCO's patronage, the project consisted of gathering water samples and messages from 94 nations around the world and then constructing ice sculptures that spelled "SURVIVAL" using the gathered samples. The exhibition began at the Plaza of San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, site of the signing of the United Nations Charter and culminated with the exhibition and a ceremony at the UN Plaza in New York City to celebrate the UN Water Decade 1981-1990.

The Landmark Art Collaborative (LAC) continued LAP's commitment to the integration of art and architecture and the natural environment from 1985-1992. The members of the LAP collaborated with outside local organizations on individual projects, including "Performance Art/Art Performance" (La Mamelle, Inc.), "On the Environment II" (Sushi Gallery and CME, UCSD), "Toward an International Dialogue" (San Diego Museum of Natural History), "Landmark/Miramar Collaboration" (San Diego Miramar College), and "Dialogues in Art and Architecture" (The Athenaeum). Cutler-Shaw has continued coordinating the "Dialogues in Art and Architecture" at the Atheneum Music and Art Library, collaborating with the Woodbury University School of Architecture since 2002.

Cutler-Shaw's inter-media artwork include performance art, such as reading/performance, the "Messenger" and "The Lady and the Bird"; public art projects, such as the outdoor metal scupltures for the California Pacific Homes Stonecrest Project; site-specific installations, such as the "Namewall" (1974) for Los Angeles International Airport; and artist's books, notably, the "Alphabet of Bones." Drawings, solo exhibitions, and artworks on private commissions add to the gamut of Cutler-Shaw's artwork. Cutler-Shaw has participated in numerous panel presentations, artist's book exhibitions/publications and individual and group exhibitions. She has also published several articles and has appeared in the writings of others.

The many public programs and affiliations in which Cutler-Shaw has participated, include the Art Advisory Board at Sushi Performance Gallery (1981-1990), the College Art Association and Women's Caucus for Arts, and the San Diego Council of Design Professionals. A more complete list and description of projects can be found on Cutler-Shaw's website - http://joycecutlershaw.com/

Cutler-Shaw lives in La Jolla, California.

Scope and Content of Collection

Accession Processed in 2003

The Joyce Cutler-Shaw Papers document her professional career as an artist, lecturer and program director. The collection comprises proposals, planning materials, working papers, sketch drawings, proofs, notes, and research materials related to projects produced by the Landmark Art Projects, Inc., and the Landmark Art Collaborative. Also included are audio and videorecordings documenting the "Art and Artist Lecture Series" and biographical materials about Cutler-Shaw.

The papers are arranged in fifteen series: 1) UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS, 2) ART AND ARTISTS LECTURE SERIES, 3) LANDMARK ART PROJECTS (LAP) - ADMINISTRATIVE, 4) SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION (LAP), 5) URBAN MEADOWS (LAP), 6) URBAN MESA (LAP), 7) MUSEUM OF SEASONAL CHANGE (LAP), 8) LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS, 9) LANDMARK ART COLLABORATIVE (LAC), 10) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS/ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW, 11) PHOTOGRAPHS, 12) SLIDES, 13) VIDEORECORDINGS, 14) AUDIORECORDINGS, and 15) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS

The UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS series is arranged in two subseries: A) General and B) Courses. Held at the UCSD Extension, Joyce Cutler-Shaw's studio workshops targeted young people, ages 8 to 18 years old. She also held seminar courses with guest speakers from both the art community and community at large, such as "A Saturday Seminar in the Arts" and "Speaking of Art: Issues of Art Since the 50s."

A) The General subseries contains correspondence, clippings, instructor's manuals, and teacher's biography.

B) The Courses subseries, arranged by the course title, includes lecture notes, speakers' biographies, brochures, and photographs.

SERIES 2: ART AND ARTISTS LECTURE SERIES

The ART AND ARTISTS LECTURE SERIES is arranged in five subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Proposals, C) Lectures, D) TV Course and Series, and E) Programs and Brochures.

A) The Correspondence subseries contains letters to and from guest artists from the contemporary art community, as well as art professionals. Arranged in alphabetical order, this subseries details the process of Cutler-Shaw's coordinating the Art and Artist Lecture program.

B) The Proposals subseries, arranged by title, documents the idealization and funding processes and includes notes and drafts.

C) The Lectures subseries contains lecture and class materials, organized by title.

D) The TV Course and Series subseries, separate from the lecture series, contains materials pertaining to the development of the TV course and TV series.

E) The Programs and Brochures, organized chronologically, contains drafts of lecture series programs, speakers' biographies and mock-up brochures.

SERIES 3: LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - ADMINISTRATIVE

The LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - ADMINISTRATIVE series contains administrative materials for the four major environment art projects, the Urban Meadow I and II, Urban Mesa, and Museum of Seasonal Change. The series is arranged in six subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Board of Directors, C) Financial Status Documents, D) Notebooks, E) Promotional Materials, and F) Miscellaneous.

A) Correspondence subseries, arranged alphabetically, contains business correspondence.

B) The Board of Directors subseries contains LAP meeting minutes (1976-1992) and schedules of activities.

C) The Financial Status Documents subseries contains corporation papers.

D) The Notebooks subseries, recorded by Cutler-Shaw, contains notes about the various LAP projects.

E) The Promotional Materials subseries comprises original designs and graphic materials for brochures and outlines the four major environment art projects.

F) The Miscellaneous materials include collaborative biographies, clippings, and annual budget summaries.

SERIES 4: SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION (LAP)

The SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION (LAP) series is arranged in seven subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Conceptual Planning, C) Proposals, D) International Dialogue, E) Museum Exhibition, F) Cultural Event, and G) Miscellaneous. This project is the second message monument series after Joyce Cutler-Shaw's WE THE PEOPLE, a project to gather water samples from individual states proposed in 1976. As with the first proposal, the artist conceived the process as an art form.

A) The Correspondence subseries contains letters to and from sponsors, participants, non-participants, ambassadors, and other organizations involved in the project.

B) The Conceptual Planning subseries documents the creative process and contains early drafts, research materials and notes on water, "survival" and "evolution."

C) The Proposals subseries includes drafts and final versions of proposals.

D) The International Dialogue, the "first aspect" of the SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION project, contains documents regarding dialogue discussions for the initial conference and notes from the meeting with consultants.

E) The Museum Exhibition, the "second aspect" of the project, contains materials for the installation exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

F) The Cultural Event, the "third aspect" of the project, includes the ceremony transcript, drafts of "Messages From the World" and "Waters of the Nations" (messages and confirmation letters received from United Nations ambassadors), registration for the 12th International Sculpture Conference, the brochure, and program.

G) The Miscellaneous subseries contains clippings, news releases and newsletters.

SERIES 5: URBAN MEADOWS (LAP)

This series is arranged in two subseries: A) Urban Meadows I and B) Urban Meadows II.

A) Urban Meadows I, also known as "Wildflower Seeding of an Urban Meadow," was the first of the environment arts projects proposed for the site near the Balboa Park. The materials consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, proposal, plans, and clippings. Also included are plant seeds and a bag.

B) Urban Meadows II consists of two site proposals for Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Diane Avenue and the other at Kettner Blvd and 'G' Street. The subseries includes correspondence, proposals, plans, clippings, and a model.

SERIES 6: URBAN MESA (LAP)

The URBAN MESA (LAP) series is arranged in four subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Proposals, C) Planning, and D) Miscellaneous. This project features a groundbreaking event and an exhibition presented at "To the Astonishing Horizons," 1985.

A) The Correspondence, arranged alphabetically, includes letters from San Diego City officials.

B) The Proposals subseries includes drafts and the final version of the proposal.

C) The Planning subseries contains working papers, plans, notes and graphics.

D) Miscellaneous subseries contains the groundbreaking program, biographies, meetings, clippings, and donation records.

SERIES 7: MUSEUM OF SEASONAL CHANGE (LAP)

This project features two closing events, the Arena Exhibition and the California Council of Landscape Architects Conference which includes a seminar transcript, "Integrating Art and the Environment: A Vision of the City." The project is arranged in the following seven subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Meetings, C) Proposals, D) Planning, E) Closing Events, F) Promotional Materials, and G) Miscellaneous.

A) The Correspondence subseries is arranged alphabetically and contains correspondence with consultants, San Diego City officials and businesses.

B) The Meetings subseries contains files related to public advisory groups and committees.

C) The Proposals subseries includes drafts and the final version of the project proposal.

D) The Planning subseries contains working papers and test site installation materials.

E) The Closing Events subseries contains materials related to the Arena Exhibition and the CCLA Conference. The Arena Exhibition contains form letters, accepted and rejected artists' proposals, exhibition labels, agreement and exhibition forms, and model. The CCLA Conference materials include drafts of the seminar transcript.

F) The Promotional Materials subseries includes drafts of brochures, posters, announcements, and flyers and contains original graphic designs.

G) The Miscellaneous subseries contains bank statements, clippings, donation records, news releses, project updates, and receipts.

SERIES 8: LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS

The materials in this series are arranged by title of the project. Proposals include "A Pilot Program, Project Proposal for the NEA - Media," sketch drawing of the Urban Plaza, Kearny Red Median Project, and "Door to Door: A Community Research Project." Other projects included in this series are Urban Landscapes, the Japanese Village, and Pasadena Arts Commission's Public Art Competition.

SERIES 9: LANDMARK ART COLLABORATIVE (LAC)

This series is arranged in five subseries: A) Performance Art/Art Performance (1981-1983), B) On the Environment II (1982), C) Toward an International Dialogue (1984-1985), D) Landmark/Miramar Collaboration (1989-1990), and E) Dialogues in Art and Architecture (1990-1993).

A) The Performance Art/Art Performance, a joint venture agreement with La Mamelle, Inc., features a script for a proposed television program, correspondence, proposals, and notes. See also SERIES 12: VIDEORECORDINGS.

B) The ON THE ENVIRONMENT II, a collaborative lecture and discussion on the environment with Sushi Gallery and Center for Music Experiment at UCSD, contains flyers, a program and signed contract.

C) TOWARD AN INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE, a collaboration with the San Diego Museum of Natural History contains a symposium, "Five Perspectives: Issues of Survival and the Environment," which features guest speakers, Jonas Salk, Helen Harrison, William Nierenberg, Neil Morgan, and Charles McLauglin. The materials include correspondence, speakers' biographies, a transcript of the symposium, clippings, photographs, and audiocassette recordings.

D) The MIRAMAR/LANDMARK COLLABORATION, a collaboration with the San Diego Miramar College, consists of correspondence, proposals, plans, and meetings.

E) The DIALOGUE IN ART AND ARCHITECTURE, a collaboration with the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library, comprises public discussions with invited guest artists and professionals in the community. This subseries features a transcript of the first dialogue in the series, "The Perils of Planning: Art and Architecture in Changing Communities." The materials are arranged by title of the discussion and include programs, speakers' biographies, news releases, and notes.

SERIES 10: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW series is arranged in seven subseries: A) Biographical Materials, B) Correspondence, C) Works by Joyce Cutler-Shaw, D) Art Projects by Cutler-Shaw, E) Articles About Cutler-Shaw, F) Miscellaneous, G) Exhibit Announcements.

A) The Biographical Materials subseries includes certificates, artist's statements and biographical summaries.

B) The Correspondence subseries contain miscellaneous correspondence in alphabetical order.

C) The Works by Joyce Cutler-Shaw includes writings, interviews, seminars, panel presentations, and a SDSU class project.

D) The Art Projects by Joyce Cutler-Shaw consists of solo exhibitions and installations, catalogues, drawings, sketches, promotional materials, photographs, and books.

E) The Articles About Cutler-Shaw subseries is arranged by title of the review.

F) The Miscellaneous subseries includes clippings regarding women artists, news releases, miscellaneous subscriptions, and Women's Caucus for Art newsletters.

G) The Exhibit Announcements subseries include announcements from other contemporary artists.

SERIES 11: PHOTOGRAPHS

The PHOTOGRAPHS series is arranged in four subseries: A) UCSD Extension, B) Landmark Art Projects, C) Landmark Art Collaborative, and D) Miscellaneous.

A) UCSD Extension subseries contains photographs of students and their art projects and includes prints and negatives.

B) Landmark Art Project subseries, arranged by project title, documents the individual public art projects by LAP at different stages in the planning and includes color photocopies, negatives, contact sheets, and original drawings on photograph prints for concept pieces for Kearny Red Median Project.

C) Landmark Art Collaborative subseries contains the photographs and contact sheets of participants from the Toward an International Dialogue symposium.

D) Miscellaneous contains unidentified photographs.

SERIES 12: SLIDES

This series is arranged in three subseries: A) Landmark Art Projects, B) Landmark Art Collaborative and C) Miscellaneous.

A) The Landmark Art Projects subseries, arranged by project title, contains photographs of plans and drawings of the individual public art projects by LAP and includes first concept pieces and collaborative members' individual portfolios.

B) The Landmark Art Collaborative subseries contains images of the Landmark/Miramar Collaborative project.

C) The Miscellaneous subseries includes art projects by Joyce Cutler-Shaw, such as "Word as Sculpture" and "Carlsbad Water Stories," and slides for class lectures.

SERIES 13: VIDEORECORDINGS

The VIDEORECORDINGS series is arranged in four subseries: A) Art and Artists Lecture Series, B) Landmark Art Projects, C) Landmark Art Collaborative, and D) Miscellaneous. The collection has recordings of interviews with artists from the Art and Artists Lecture Series produced at Palomar College and at San Diego State University/Learning Resource Center. Also included in this series are projects by the Landmark Art Projects, Landmark Art Collaborative and miscellaneous art projects by Joyce Cutler-Shaw.

A) The Art and Artists Lecture Series subseries, arranged in alphabetical order by artist's name, contains master, edited and dubbed versions of videorecordings.

B) Landmark Art Projects is arranged by project title and includes the film project, "A Japanese Village - Furuyashikimura."

C) The Landmark Art Collaborative subseries contains the recordings of Performance Art/Art Performance.

D) The Miscellaneous subseries contains art projects by Joyce Cutler-Shaw and is arranged in alphabetical order by project title.

SERIES 14: AUDIORECORDINGS

The AUDIORECORDINGS series is arranged in four subseries: A) Art and Artists Lecture Series, B) Landmark Art Projects, C) Landmark Art Collaborative, and D) Miscellaneous. The audiocassette recordings include some recordings from the videorecordings.

A) The Art and Artist Lecture Series, arranged in alphabetical order by artist, documents interviews with artists from the Art and Artists Lecture Series produced at Palomar College and at SDSU/LRC.

B) The Landmark Art Projects, arranged by project name, contains recordings of SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION committee meetings for the International Dialogue Conference.

C) The Landmark Art Collaborative subseries include recordings of meeting and symposium, Toward an International Dialogue, Performance Art/Art Performance and Sushi presentation.

D) The Miscellaneous subseries contains an interview by Moira Roth regarding Joyce Cutler-Shaw's "The Lady and the Bird" and other miscellaneous recordings relating to television, artists and music.

SERIES 15: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

This series contains the originals of fragile or high-acid content items that have been photocopied.

Accessions Processed in 2006

The accession processed in 2006 chiefly contains correspondence, additional materials relating to Cutler-Shaw's "Art and Artists" lectures series and various art projects, and handwritten notes from Cutler-Shaw's files both categorized and uncategorized. Some miscellaneous materials are also included, most significantly articles by and about Cutler-Shaw. The materials are arranged in six series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) PROJECTS, 3) ART AND ARTISTS, 4) PERFORMANCE ART HISTORY SUBJECT FILES, 5) NOTES, and 6) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series is arranged in two subseries: A) General Correspondence, and B) Mail Art.

A) The General Correspondence subseries contains letters and postcards, including postcards announcing art exhibitions used for personal and professional correspondence.

B) The Mail Art subseries includes letters and postcards specifically sent as art or with features suggesting possible mail art, such as hand-drawn or rubber-stamped embellishments. Some pieces include enclosures, such as small posters or stickers.

SERIES 2: PROJECTS

The PROJECTS series contains materials related to several of Cutler-Shaw's art projects. The most significant items are a binder with survey forms completed by members of the U.S. Congress for "We the People" (1976), and letters from various international governments included in the projects "Survival-Evolution: Waters of the Nations" (1979) and "Messages from the World" (1982).

SERIES 3: ART AND ARTISTS

The ART AND ARTISTS series contains Cutler-Shaw's research and organizational files for her "Art and Artists" lecture series, arranged in two subseries: A) General, and B) Artist Research Files.

A) The General subseries includes material from Cutler-Shaw's files relating to preparation of the series, including public relations and promotional material.

B) The Artist Research Files subseries contains Cutler-Shaw's files on particular artists relevant to "Art and Artists" lectures, arranged alphabetically by name.

SERIES 4: PERFORMANCE ART HISTORY SUBJECT FILES

The PERFORMANCE ART HISTORY SUBJECT FILES series contains Cutler-Shaw's research files on late nineteenth and early twentieth-century artists and movements that were precursors of later twentieth-century performance art.

SERIES 5: NOTES

The NOTES series includes loose pages, legal pads and stenographers notebooks with Cutler-Shaw's handwritten notes on a range of subjects, both categorized and uncategorized. The series is arranged in four subseries: A) Subject Files, B) Original Texts Handwritten, C) Miscellaneous, and D) Notebooks.

A) The Subject Files subseries contains notes from Cutler-Shaw's files arranged alphabetically by subject.

B) The Original Texts Handwritten subseries includes handwritten drafts from Cutler-Shaw's files for various un-specified projects.

C) The Miscellaneous subseries includes 16 folders of uncategorized handwritten notes on loose pages and legal pads.

D) The Notebooks subseries includes handwritten notes in 23 stenographer's notebooks, arranged alphabetically by notebook title.

SERIES 6: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series includes articles, exhibition announcements, an unidentified photograph, and miscellaneous ephemera.

Accession Processed in 2003

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UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS

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1 1 Clippings regarding art, 1969 - 1974.
1 2 Correspondence, 1972 - 1977.
1 3 Instructor's manuals, 1970 - 1974.
Includes notes.
1 4 Teacher's biography, 1972.
Includes drafts.
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1 5 Discoveries Through Art for Young People (ages 8-12), 1972.
Spring. Contains course outline and class material list.
1 6 Discoveries Through Art: Teaching and Learning, 1972.
Fall. Contains course proposal, drafts of syllabus and a foreword to YOUNG CHILDREN'S THINKING. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11A (box 34, folder 1).
1 7 Discoveries Through Art for Young People (ages 8-12), 1972.
Fall. Contains course proposal and class material list.
1 8 Art Behavior and Learning, 1973.
Spring. Contains course proposal, drafts of syllabus outline, speakers' biographies, correspondence, and flyer.
1 9 Discoveries Through Art for Young People (ages 8-12), 1973.
Spring. Contains course proposal, class notes, clipping, class material list, and evaluation letters.
1 10 Discoveries Through Art: Teaching and Learning, 1973.
Spring. Contains only course proposal.
1 11 Saturday Seminar in the Arts, 1973.
Spring. Contains course proposal, speakers' biographies, program, correspondence, news release, drafts of flyers, loan receipt, and the essay, "Achieving Acceptance as an Artist" by Francoise Gilot.
1 12 Studio Art for Young Adults (ages 15-18), 1973.
Summer. Contains course proposal, outline and notes.
1 13 Discoveries Through Art for Young People (ages 8-12), 1973.
Fall. Contains course proposal, outline, class notes, evaluations, class material list, and clipping.
1 14 Discoveries Through Art: Teaching and Learning, 1973.
Fall. Contains course outline, notes and class exercises.
1 15 Studio Art for Teenagers (ages 13-15), 1973.
Fall. Contains course proposal and outline.
1 16 Art Behaviors and Learning, 1973.
Winter. Contains course proposal, outline, flyer, and notes. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11A (box 34, folder 2).
1 17 Art Language: A Studio Workshop, 1974.
Fall. Contains course proposal, outline and notes.
1 18 Evening with Helen Gahagan Douglas, 1974.
Fall. Contains course proposal, speakers' biographies, program, correspondence, flyer, news release, and clipping.
2 1 Saturday Seminar in the Arts, 1974.
Fall. Contains course proposal, speakers' biographies, program, correspondence, notes, and clippings.
2 2 Art Language, 1974.
Winter. Contains course proposal and outline.
2 3 Speaking of Art: Issues of Art Since the Fifties, 1974.
Winter. Contains course proposal, outline, syllabus, notes, presentation notecards, class roster, bibliography, and students' term papers.
2 4 Speaking of Art: Issues of Art Since the Fifties, 1974.
Winter. Contains speakers' biographies, drafts of brochure, panel notes, correspondence, news release, and clippings.
2 5 Studio Art for Young People, 1974.
Summer. Contains course proposal, class notes, news release, and clippings. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11A (box 34, folder 3).
2 6 Art and Learning: A Studio Workshop, 1974.
Summer. Contains course proposal, class notes and assignment materials.
2 7 Evening with Alger Hiss, 1975.
Winter. Contains correspondence and clippings about Alger Hiss.
2 8 Observation: Art Behavior and "Learning to Learn".
No date. Contains drafts of course outline.

ART AND ARTISTS LECTURE SERIES

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Correspondence

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2 9 Draft letters, 1975 - 1982.
Includes stationary layout.
3 1 A - B.
3 2 C - D.
3 3 E - I.
3 4 J - L.
3 5 M - O.
3 6 P - R.
3 7 Sa.
3 8 Sh - T.
3 9 U - Y.
4 1 Unidentified correspondents.

Proposals

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4 2 Art and Artists: Toward the Art of the 1980s Lecture Series, 1979 - 1980.
Includes drafts and notes.
4 3 Between Media: Art and Artists of the 1970s, a Film Series.
ca. 1977.
4 4 Between Media: Art and Artists of the 1970s, a Video Course.
ca. 1976. Preliminary outline with drafts.
4 5 Between Media: Art and Artists of the 1970s, a Video Course, 1977.
Includes drafts with NEH application face sheet.
4 6 New Art of the 1970s.
No date. Draft.
4 7 Two Symposia on the Arts: "Media and the Arts" and "Art Spaces", 1976.
Includes drafts.
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4 8 Art Scene: New Directions (Palomar College), 1974.
Fall. Contains course syllabus, class roster, lecture notes, and flyer.
4 9 Art Scene: New Directions (Palomar College), 1975.
Spring. Contains course syllabus and lecture notes.
4 10 Art Scene: New Directions (Palomar College), 1975.
Fall. Contains course syllabus, lecture notes and flyer.
5 1 Issues in Contemporary Art including Two Symposia: "Media and the Arts" and "Art Spaces" (Palomar College), 1976.
Spring. Contains panel notes and annotated essay, "The Creative Process: Artists, Carpenters and the Flat Earth Society" by June Wayne.
5 2 Art Scene (Palomar College and SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1977.
Spring. Contains course proposal and panel notes.
5 3 Art Scene (Palomar College and SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1978.
Spring. Contains course syllabus, lecture notes, flyer, and unpublished lecture essay, "The Arts in Fusion" by Peter Frank.
5 4 Toward the Art of the 1980s (SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1978.
Fall. Contains students' papers, notes and flyer.
5 5 Art Scene on Video: Art and Artists of the 1970s (SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1978.
Fall. Contains course proposal, outline and lecture notes.
5 6 Art Scene on Video (SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1979.
Spring. Contains course outline, roster, students' comments on "Between Media: Art and Artists of the 1970s," and notes.
5 7 New Art Scene (CSULB and SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1979.
Fall. Contains course syllabus and lecture notes.
5 8 New Art Scene (University of California, Irvine), 1979.
Fall. Contains lecture notes, syllabus, class roster, and students' project proposals.
5 9 New Art Scene (UCI), 1980.
Winter. Contains syllabus, class roster, assignments and lecture notes.
5 10 New Art Scene (UCI and SDSU), 1980.
Spring. Contains syllabus, class roster and students' assignments. See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series, 13D (box 58, folder 7).
6 1 New Art Scene (UCI, SDSU and CSULB), 1980.
Spring. Lecture notes, January - February.
6 2 New Art Scene (UCI, SDSU and CSULB), 1980.
Spring. Lecture notes, March - May.
6 3 Class reading list, 1974 - 1980.
6 4 Class readings (A - F), 1979.
6 5 Class readings (I - O), 1979.
6 6 Class readings (R - W), 1979.
6 7 Class readings (A - F), 1980.
7 1 Class readings (G - T), 1980.
7 2 Class readings, miscellaneous.
Includes ARTLETTERS, 1976-1980.
7 3 Clippings regarding art, 1974 - 1979.
7 4 Clippings regarding art, 1980 - 1992.

TV Course and Series

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7 5 TV Course - "Between Media: Art and Artists of the 1970s" (Palomar College), 1975.
Script for camera, outline and notes on video.
7 6 TV Course - "Between Media: Art and Artists of the 1970s" (Palomar College), 1976.
Meeting with Dana Hawkes and Ron Page. Annotated audio transcript.
7 7 TV Series - Brochure materials, 1981.
Includes paste-up photos.
7 8 TV Series - "Edward Rusha: A Conversation", 1980 - 1981.
Contains one page summary of program and distribution agreement contract.
7 9 TV Series - Interview with Suzi Gablik.
No date. Draft.
7 10 TV Series - KPBS ON AIR magazine, 1980 - 1982.
TV program guides.
7 11 TV Series - Narrations, 1980 - 1981.
Drafts. Includes a list of video interviews.
7 12 TV Series - News releases and clippings, 1979 - 1982.
7 13 TV Series - Production notes.
No date.

Programs and Brochures

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8 1 New Directions (Palomar College), 1974.
Fall. Contains drafts of brochure, postcard and newspaper clipping.
8 2 New Directions (Palomar College), 1975.
Spring. Contains news releases, drafts of brochure, speakers' biographies, and newspaper clippings.
8 3 New Directions (Palomar College), 1975.
Fall. Contains news release, drafts of brochure, speakers' biographies and newspaper clippings.
8 4 New Directions 4 (Palomar College), 1976.
Spring. Contains news release, drafts of brochure, speakers' biographies, and newspaper clippings.
8 5 Art Talks (Palomar College), 1976.
October. Contains brochure and flyer.
8 6 Art Talks (Palomar College), 1976.
November - December. Contains speakers' biographies, drafts of brochure, correspondence, news release, and newspaper clippings.
8 7 Art and Artists (Palomar College and SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1977.
Spring. Contains drafts of brochure, notes, news releases, and newspaper clippings.
8 8 Beyond the Mainstream (Palomar College and SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1977.
Fall. Contains drafts of brochure, notes, news releases, and newspaper clippings.
8 9 Art Talks Spring Forum (Palomar College and SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1978.
Spring. Contains drafts of brochure, speakers' biographies, notes, and news releases.
8 10 Toward the Art of the 1980s (SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1978.
Fall. Contains drafts of brochure, speakers' biographies, news releases, and newspaper clippings.
8 11 Toward the Art of the 1980s (SDSU College of Extended Studies), 1979.
Spring. Contains drafts of brochure and news release.
8 12 Toward the Art of the 1980s (SDSU College of Extended Studies, UCI and CSULB), 1979.
Fall. Contains drafts of brochure, notes and news release.
8 13 Art of the Eighties (SDSU, UCI and CSULB), 1980.
Spring. Contains drafts of brochure, news releases and newspaper clippings.
8 14 Art of the Eighties (SDSU, UCI and CSULB), 1980.
Spring. Contains speakers' biographies and notes.

LANDMARK ART PROJECTS (LAP) - ADMINISTRATIVE

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Correspondence

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9 1 A-P - Miscellaneous.
9 2 R-Unidentified correspondents - Miscellaneous.
9 3 Art Museum Association of America, 1984 - 1985.
9 4 Collaborative members, 1979 - 1988.
Includes resignation letters.
9 5 Installation Gallery (Carol Hobson, project coordinator), 1985.
9 6 Insurance agencies, 1983 - 1989.
9 7 Karlen, Peter H., Attorney at Law, 1985 - 1997.
9 8 National Association of Artists' Organization, 1982 - 1988.
9 9 National Endowment for the Arts, 1983 - 1987.
9 10 Prospective Artists for the Percent for Art/Art in Public Places Program, 1992 - 1993.
Includes draft letter.
9 11 Prospective artists regarding collaboration, 1984 - 1989.
9 12 San Diego Public Art Advisory Council, 1983 - 1987.
9 13 SAN DIEGO UNION, 1983 - 1986.

Board of Directors

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9 14 Meeting minutes, 1976 - 1981.
10 1 Meeting minutes, 1982 - 1983.
10 2 Meeting minutes, 1984 - 1986.
10 3 Meeting minutes, 1987 - 1992.
10 4 Schedule of activities, 1982 - 1989.

Foundation Status Documents

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10 5 Annual Reports for Foreign and Domestic Corps, 1978 - 1992.
Includes correspondence.
10 6 Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, 1977 - 1984.
Includes signed contracts by the Board of Directors.
10 7 Certificate of Status by Foreign Corporation, 1984 - 1992.
10 8 Insurance policy certificates, 1985 - 1988.
10 9 Registry of Charitable Trusts, 1985 - 1986.
Includes correspondence.
10 10 Tax exemption applications, 1978 - 1983.
Includes correspondence and notes.

Notebooks

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10 11 Notebooks, 1983 - 1984.
11 1 Notebooks, 1984.
July - September.
11 2 Notebooks, 1984.
October - December.
11 3 Notebooks, 1985.
January - November.
11 4 Notebooks, 1985 - 1986.
December - July.
11 5 Notebooks, 1986 - 1987.
July - January.
11 6 Notebooks, 1987.
January - December.
11 7 Notebooks, 1988.
September - October.
11 8 Notebooks, 1988 - 1991.
November - March.

Promotional Materials

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12 1 Brochure - Cover design, 1983 - 1986.
Includes original design for tree stamp, tissues, paste-ups, and galley proofs.
12 2 Brochure - Four environment art projects, 1983 - 1985.
Urban Meadows I and II, Urban Mesa, and Museum of Seasonal Change. Includes drafts, layouts and galley proofs.
13 1 Brochure - Insert design for organizational description.
Includes drafts, layouts and selected photos.

Miscellaneous

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13 2 Annual budget summaries, 1978 - 1984.
Includes LAP statement of policy with draft.
13 3 Annual budget summaries, 1985.
13 4 Annual budget summaries, 1986 - 1990.
14 1 Clippings regarding public art, 1978 - 1985.
Includes a directory of public art programs.
14 2 Clippings regarding public art, 1986 - 1988.
14 3 Clippings regarding public art, 1989 - 1991.
15 1 Clippings regarding public art.
No date.
15 2 Collaborative biographies.
15 3 Grant information, 1980 - 1991.
15 4 Mailing lists and labels, 1984 - 1985.
15 5 Newsletters, miscellaneous, 1983 - 1991.
15 6 Stationary and donation form.
Includes layouts.

SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION (LAP)

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Correspondence

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16 1 A-M - Miscellaneous.
Includes draft letters and mailing lists of art critics.
16 2 O-W - Miscellaneous.
16 3 Agora Foundation, 1980 - 1984.
16 4 American Center for Students and Artists (Don Foresta, director), 1979.
16 5 British Council Fine Arts Department (G. M. Forty, director), 1979.
16 6 Brockway Plastics (Robert W. Schroeder, vice president), 1980.
16 7 Burgener, Clair W. (Congressman), 1976 - 1979.
16 8 CBS News (Charles Kuralt), 1982.
16 9 Centre Georges Pompidou (Alfred Pacquement, director of exhibitions), 1979.
16 10 City University of New York. Graduate School Graduate Center, 1978 - 1979.
16 11 Corning Glassworks, 1980 - 1982.
16 12 Dietrich, Joseph, 1977 - 1979.
Includes one page biography.
16 13 Improved Tube and Case Co., Inc., 1980.
16 14 Institute of Contemporary Arts (William McAlister, director), 1979.
16 15 International Sculpture Center (David Furchgott, executive director), 1982.
16 16 Invitation letters, 1982.
Includes drafts and notes.
16 17 Invitations declined, 1979 - 1982.
16 18 Kunsthalle Basel (Jean Ammann, director), 1979.
16 19 Lazerow, Herbert, 1979.
16 20 Letters regarding International Dialogue, 1979 - 1980.
16 21 Letters to possible participants, 1977 - 1982.
Includes draft letters.
16 22 Maximal Art Gallery (Grzegorz Dziamski), 1978 - 1980.
Includes bulletins and posters.
16 23 National Ice Association (Nikilaj M. Petrovic, president), 1976 - 1982.
16 24 Rand McNally and Company (Andrew McNally IV, president), 1980.
16 25 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (Henry Hopkins, director), 1977 - 1982.
16 26 Schwartz, David and Louisa, 1977 - 1980.
17 1 Singer, Lawrence, 1978 - 1980.
17 2 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (Linda Shearer, assistant curator), 1977 - 1978.
17 3 Thank you letters, 1982.
Includes drafts and check list of letters sent.
17 4 United Nations Association, 1979.
17 5 United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 1978 - 1982.
Includes draft letters.
17 6 United States National Commission for UNESCO, 1978 - 1979.
17 7 United States of America, Embassy of, Paris (Arthur Hartman, ambassdor), 1979.
17 8 University of California, Los Angeles (Norman Cousins), 1979.
17 9 Whitney Museum of American Art (Barbara Haskell, curator), 1977 - 1978.

Conceptual Planning

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17 10 International Dialogue - Outline.
No date. Contains drafts, notes, a list of possible participants and draft letters.
17 11 Materials for museum exhibition, 1979.
Includes documentation and proposal for WE THE PEOPLE art project.
17 12 Notes and schedules, 1976.
17 13 Notes on survival and evolution - Part 1, 1977 - 1979.
Includes articles, clippings and "Report of the United Nations Conference on Human Environment (1972)."
18 1 Notes on survival and evolution - Part 2, 1977 - 1979.
Includes UNESCO's list of national committees for the international hydrological program.
18 2 Notes on water.
No date. Includes articles.
18 3 Specifications for the message monument, 1976 - 1978.
Includes sketch drawing and literature on ice and insulation materials.

Proposals

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18 4 International Dialogue, 1977 - 1978.
Includes drafts, notes, grant application, and correspondence.
18 5 Messages from the World: An Art Event for the United Nations Plaza.
ca. 1982. Proposed route for cross-country flight and one page statement.
18 6 Survival-Evolution: Proposal for a Public Art Project - Outline.
ca. 1979. Includes drafts, notes and clipping.
18 7 Survival-Evolution: Proposal for a Public Art Project - Drafts.
ca. 1979. Includes paste-ups and galley proofs.
18 8 Survival-Evolution: Proposal for a Public Art Project - Final draft, 1979.
Includes NEA application with recommendation letters and correspondence.

International Dialogue

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19 1 Possible topics for dialogue, 1979 - 1980.
Contains articles, newspaper clippings and notes.
19 2 Meetings with consultants, 1979.
Contains notes. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 34, folder 25) and AUDIORECORDINGS series, 14B (box 63, folder 19 - box 64, folder 9).

Museum Exhibition

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19 3 Installation planning notes, 1978 - 1980.
Includes clippings.
19 4 MC15501 Plan views and museum installation layout.
ca. 1982.

Cultural Event

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19 5 Messages from the World.
ca. 1982. WWII US Army signal corps capsule and microfilm box.
19 6 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations, 1982.
Registration for the 12th International Sculpture Conference; series A, August 6-10. Includes loudspeaker permit, notes and correspondence.
19 7 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations - Ceremony brochure and program, 1982.
October 20. Includes drafts and notes.
19 8 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations - Ceremony transcript, 1982.
October 20. Includes drafts, paste-ups and galley proofs. See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series, 13B (box 55, folders 5-6).
19 9 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations - Invitation card and flyer, 1982.
Includes list of names.
20 1 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations - Participants' messages and water sample confirmation, 1980 - 1982.
Includes draft letter and list of names and countries.
20 2 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations - Participants' messages on acetates for printing, 1982.
20 3 Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations - Request letters for water sample and participation, 1980 - 1982.
Includes drafts, mailing lists and labels.

Miscellaneous

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20 4 Business card and stationary.
20 5 Clippings, 1979 - 1983.
20 6 News releases, 1976 - 1980.
Includes drafts.
20 7 Newsletters, 1976 - 1978.
Includes drafts.

URBAN MEADOWS (LAP)

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Urban Meadows I

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20 8 Collaborative participants, correspondence, 1983 - 1986.
Includes mailing list.
20 9 Letters to media, 1983 - 1984.
See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series, 13B (box 55, folder 7).
20 10 Letters to planning committees, 1984 - 1985.
20 11 Meeting minutes, 1983 - 1984.
Includes a list of advisory group members.
20 12 News releases and clippings, 1983 - 1985.
20 13 MC15503 Plans and first concept drawings of Urban Meadows I and Urban Passage, original.
ca. 1983.
20 14 Plant seeds and bag.
20 15 Proposal, 1983.
Includes drafts.

Urban Meadows II

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20 16 Collaborative participants, correspondence, 1984 - 1985.
Includes drafts.
20 17 Letters to media, 1984.
20 18 Letters for outreach, 1984.
20 19 AB XX Model, 1984.
20 20 News release and clippings, 1984.
20 21 Planning - Equipment specification and material lists, 1983.
Includes projected calendar for August - September, 1984.
20 22 MC15504 Plans, 1984.
20 23 Proposal, 1984.
Includes drafts, paste-ups and galley proofs.
21 1 Proposal - Kettner Blvd and G Street and other urban sites.
ca. 1983. Includes drafts, site plan, paste-ups, and sketch drawings on color photocopies.

URBAN MESA (LAP)

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Correspondence

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21 2 A-Z - Miscellaneous.
21 3 Collaborative participants, 1984 - 1985.
21 4 Invitation letters, 1985.
Includes mailing lists and draft letters.
21 5 Letters to advisors, 1984 - 1985.
Includes mailing list and draft letters.
21 6 Letters to contributors, 1984 - 1985.
Includes mailing lists and draft letters.
21 7 Letters without replies, 1985.
21 8 Partners for Livable Places, 1984 - 1985.
Includes a list of board of directors.
21 9 San Diego City Attorney, 1984 - 1985.
Regarding Right of Entry permit. Includes correspondence with Peter Karlen.
21 10 San Diego, City of. Centre City Development Corporation, 1984 - 1985.
21 11 San Diego, City of - Miscellaneous.

Proposals

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21 12 Urban Mesa, a proposal, 1985.
Includes drafts.
21 13 Sample panel model by John Gauld, 1985.
Includes correspondence and resume.
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21 14 Questions for Peter Karlen, 1984.
Drafts.
21 15 Work plan and projected budget, 1984 - 1985.
Includes drafts and notes.
21 16 Specifications and drawings for materials and equipments, 1985.
Includes notes and calendar (August - September, 1984).
21 17 Specifications for site.
No date. Includes copies of maps and notes.
21 18 MC15506 Plans, maps and photo, 1984 - 1985.

Miscellaneous

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21 19 Biographies of general contractors, 1984.
22 1 Donation records, 1984 - 1986.
22 2 Exhibition for "To the Astonishing Horizon", 1985.
Contains brochure, loan agreement and correspondence.
22 3 Grant applications, 1984.
Contains State/Local Partnership Program - COMBO, Parker Foundation, San Diego Community Foundation, and San Diego Redevelopment Agency. Includes correspondence.
22 4 Groundbreaking program, 1984.
Includes mock-ups, paste-ups, layouts, and postcard.
22 5 Meetings, 1984 - 1985.
Includes minutes and presentation slides.
22 6 News releases and clippings, 1984 - 1985.
Includes distribution list for press release.
22 7 Receipts, 1984 - 1986.

MUSEUM OF SEASONAL CHANGE (LAP)

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Correspondence

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22 8 A-Z - Miscellaneous.
22 9 California Council of Landscape Architects (CCLA) (Alison Dumas, conference planner), 1986 - 1987.
22 10 Dieguenos Homeowners Association, 1987 - 1988.
Includes letter to the Dieguenos community.
22 11 Inquiries regarding Arena design competition, 1986.
22 12 Invitation and thank you letters, 1984 - 1987.
22 13 Letters requesting letter of recommendation, 1983 - 1984.
Includes drafts.
22 14 Letters to advisors, 1983 - 1989.
22 15 Letters to consultants, 1986 - 1988.
Includes drafts.
22 16 Letters to contributors, 1984 - 1989.
22 17 Letters to invited artists for the Arena competition, 1986 - 1987.
Includes mailing lists and drafts.
22 18 Letters to selected jurors for the Arena competition, 1986 - 1987.
Kurt Forster, Pat Fuller, Robert Irwin, Richard Kosholek, and Melinda Wortz. Includes drafts.
22 19 M. Larry Lawrence Branch Jewish Community Center, 1986.
Includes draft.
22 20 Marketing Words and Images (Barbara Stewart Smith), 1987 - 1990.
See also, San Diego, City of. Centre City Development Corporation, (box 22, folder 2).
22 21 Pakarek Group, 1987 - 1991.
Regarding Inspiration Point Precise Plan.
22 22 Ponderosa Landscape, Inc., 1987 - 1989.
Includes contracts, release form and invoices.
23 1 Rex Prints (Rex Heftman), 1985.
Regarding "Off the Wall" page. Includes drafts.
23 2 San Diego, City of. Centre City Development Corporation, 1984 - 1989.
For Barbara Stewart Smith, see also, Marketing Words and Images (box 21, folder 20).
23 3 San Diego, City of. Commission for Arts and Culture, 1988 - 1989.
23 4 San Diego, City of - Miscellaneous, 1987 - 1989.
23 5 San Diego, City of. Park and Recreation Department, 1986 - 1987.
23 6 San Diego, City of. Planning Department, 1984 - 1988.
23 7 San Diego City Schools, 1988.
Regarding temporary encroachment permit of Doyle Elementary School.
23 8 San Diego Community Foundation, 1988.
23 9 San Diego Mayor and City Council, 1984 - 1989.
23 10 Winter Cities 86, 1984 - 1985.
Includes introduction letter from Robert McNulty of Partners for Livable Places.
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23 11 Advisory Committee, 1985 - 1986.
23 12 Arena Committee, 1986 - 1988.
23 13 Doyle Recreation Council, 1988.
23 14 San Diego Commission for the Arts and Culture, 1988 - 1989.
Regarding allocation program.
23 15 San Diego Public Arts Advisory Board (PAAB), 1984 - 1987.
23 16 University City Recreation Council, 1987.

Proposals

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23 17 California Arts Council, 1990.
Grant application. Includes correspondence and biography statement.
23 18 Combined Arts and Education Council of San Diego County (COMBO), 1987 - 1989.
Grant application. Includes application for the publication of "Integrating Art and the Environment: A Vision of the City," drafts and correpondence.
23 19 Community Outreach for the Museum of Seasonal Change, 1989 - 1990.
Includes drafts.
23 20 Exhibition of Proposed Arena Installations for the Museum of Seasonal Change, 1987.
23 21 Integration of Art and the Environment, 1987.
A letter to the California Council of Landscape Architects. Includes clipping.
23 22 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), 1984.
Drafts.
23 23 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), 1984.
Final draft.
24 1 NEA Design Demonstration grant, 1984 - 1988.
Contains drafts of summary statement, financial status report, forms, and correspondence.
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24 2 Site search materials, 1985 - 1989.
Includes Shannon A. O'Dunn's (geologist) curriculum vitae, newspaper clippings and notes.
24 3 Elevation and birdseye view, original graphic drawings, 1986.
Includes project description.
24 4 MC15509 Elevations and birdseye views, 1984 - 1986.
24 5 MC15508 Site maps and plan views, 1986.
24 6 Stained earth pavement specifications and technical sketches, 1987 - 1988.
Includes correspondence and tissue drawing.
24 7 Literature regarding building products, 1988.
24 8 Final composition of cone at test site.
ca. 1988-1989. See also, San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, (box 22, folder 14).
24 9 AB XX Model.
See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series 11B (box 34, folder 10) and SLIDES series, 12A (box 34, folder 30).

Closing Events

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24 10 Arena exhibition - Accepted entries, 1986.
Includes form letter, proposals and slides.
24 11 Arena exhibition - Rejected entries, 1986.
Includes form letters and proposals.
24 12 Arena exhibition - Participants' proposals and biographies, 1986 - 1989.
24 13 Arena exhibition - Exhibition form and loan agreements, 1987.
Contains signed originals, paste-ups and drafts.
24 14 Arena exhibition - Artists' models and concepts, 1987.
Includes drafts and notes.
24 15 Arena exhibition - Exhibit labels for the Arena models and concepts, 1987.
Includes title plate for project model. See also, series 11B (box 34, folder 8) and series 12A (box 34, folder 28).
24 16 California Council of Landscape Architects Conference - "Integrating Art and the Environment: A Vision of...", 1987.
Transcript of seminar, draft. Includes one page statement and presentation notes.
25 1 CCLA Conference - "Integrating Art and the Environment: A Vision of the City", 1987.
Transcript of seminar, final draft.
25 2 California Council of Landscape Architects (CCLA) Conference - Registration and program, 1987.
Includes notes.

Promotional Materials

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25 3 Announcement card for the Arena exhibition, 1987.
Includes tissues, paste-ups, negative, and galley proofs.
25 4 Brochure for the Arena exhibition, 1987.
Includes mock-ups, text drafts and stats.
25 5 Complete brochure with inserts, 1987.
Includes stats, layouts, mock-up, and paste-ups.
25 6 Flyer for lecture/discussion at Sushi Gallery, 1983.
December. Includes paste-up, galley proof and contract.
25 7 Poster design for "Call for Entries" and "Exhibition", 1987.
Includes negatives, drafts and layouts.
25 8 MC15510 Promotional materials.
ca. 1987-1988.
25 9 Templates for making brochures.
Includes drafting template.
25 10 Test site installation signage, 1987 - 1988.
Contains layouts and negative.

Miscellaneous

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25 11 Bank statements and checks, 1985 - 1988.
25 12 Clippings, 1984 - 1989.
25 13 Donation records, 1988 - 1989.
25 14 News releases for the Arena exhibition, 1986 - 1987.
Includes drafts.
25 15 Project updates, 1988.
Includes drafts.
25 16 Receipts, 1979 - 1986.
25 17 Receipts, 1987 - 1989.

LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS

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26 1 Pilot Program, Project Proposal for the NEA - Media, 1980 - 1982.
Includes drafts, grant application and correspondence. See also, Performance Art/Art Performance (LAP), series 9A (box 26, folder 1).
26 2 Urban Landscapes - Garden project early notes, 1983.
26 3 MC15502 Urban Plaza - Sketch drawing.
ca. 1983. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 35, folder 12).
26 4 Japanese Village, a film project - Correspondence, 1984 - 1986.
Includes notes. See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series, 13B (box 54, folder 9 - box 55, folder 3).
26 5 Japanese Village, a film project - Income statements, 1984 - 1985.
26 6 Japanese Village, a film project - Clippings of review, 1984 - 1985.
26 7 MC15505 Japanese Village, a film project - Poster.
ca. 1984-1985.
26 8 Kearny Red Median Project, 1984.
Contains draft, notes and correspondence. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11A (box 34, folder 6).
26 9 Door to Door: A Community Research Project, 1989.
July. Includes drafts.
26 10 Pasadena Arts Commission's Public Art Competition, 1989.
August. Contains correspondence and entry information.

LANDMARK ART COLLABORATIVE (LAC)

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Performance Art/Art Performance

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26 11 Correspondence - A-Z - Miscellaneous.
26 12 Correspondence - Loeffler, Carl E. (La Mamelle, Inc. and Contemporary Arts Press), 1981 - 1983.
Includes pamphlets, posters and publications.
26 13 Correspondence - Ronald Feldman Gallery (Ronald Feldman), 1983.
26 14 Form letters to program advisors, 1983.
26 15 News release, 1983.
Includes drafts and galley proofs.
26 16 Notes.
26 17 Proposals - California Arts Council, 1982 - 1983.
Includes grant application, drafts, correspondence, and notes.
26 18 Proposals - California Council for the Humanities, 1981.
Contains grant application form and notes.
27 1 Proposals - National Endowment for the Arts, 1982.
Includes a joint venture contract with La Mamelle, Inc., correspondence, Financial Status Report, and Program Development Grant Report and Expenses.
27 2 Proposals - National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), 1979 - 1982.
Includes notes.
27 3 Script - Outline, drafts.
No date. Includes notes.
27 4 Script - Outline with audio, drafts.
No date. See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series 13C (box 55, folder 8 - box 57, folder 7) and AUDIORECORDINGS series 14C (box 64, folder 11 - box 64, folder 13).
27 5 Script - "Historical Sources of Art Performance".
No date. Drafts.
27 6 Script - "Introduction/Chronology of Program Images".
No date. Paste-ups, annotated.
27 7 Script - "Introduction/Chronology of Program Images".
No date. Final draft.
27 8 Script - Slides and credits.
No date. Typescript, draft.

On the Environment II

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27 9 Program and flyers, 1982.
Includes "Five Environmental Projects" flyer.

Toward an International Dialogue

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27 10 Five Perspectives: Attitudes Toward Issues of Survival and the Environment, 1985.
Transcript of symposium. Includes drafts and notes. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11C (box 34, folder 19) and AUDIORECORDINGS series, 14C (box 64, folders 16-17).
27 11 Letters to speakers, 1984 - 1985.
Participants are Helen Harrison, Charles McLauglin, Neil Morgan, William Nierenberg, and Jonas Salk.
27 12 News releases and clippings, 1984 - 1985.
Includes draft.
27 13 Speakers' biographies, 1984.

Miramar/Landmark Collaboration

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27 14 Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1990.
27 15 Meetings, 1990.
28 1 MC15511 Plan of the Mira Mesa Third Community Park, 1989.
28 2 Plans, 1991.
Includes attachment letter. See also, SLIDES series, 12B (box 35, folder 13).
28 3 Proposals - Mira Mesa Neighborhood Project at San Diego Miramar College, 1990.
Includes grant application, correspondence and notes.
28 4 Proposals - National Association of Artists' Organizations (NAAO), 1990 - 1991.
Grant application. Includes drafts.
28 5 Proposals - One page statement.
ca. 1990. Includes drafts.
28 6 Proposals - Public Arts Advisory Council, 1989 - 1990.
Grant application. Includes drafts.

Dialogues in Art and Architecture

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28 7 Case of the Red, White and Blue House: Issues of Control and Alternatives, 1991.
Contains drafts of program, speakers' biographies, correspondence, and news release.
28 8 Changing Communities and the Silent Covenant of Control, 1991.
Contains drafts of program, speakers' biographies, correspondence, and news release.
28 9 Deadlock and Gridlock: The Perilous Art of Community Planning, 1991.
Contains drafts of program, speakers' biographies, correspondence, news release, and notes.
28 10 Perils of Planning: Art and Architecture in Changing Communities, 1990.
Contains drafts of program, speakers' biographies, correspondence, transcript of dialogue, news release, and notes.
28 11 Miscellaneous - Memberships for discussion group, 1992.
28 12 Miscellaneous - Newspaper clippings, 1990 - 1992.
28 13 Miscellaneous - Notes and ephemeral.
28 14 Miscellaneous - Program flyers, 1992 - 1993.
Includes returned letters.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS/ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW

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Biographical Materials

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28 15 4th Annual Women's Opportunities Week certificate, 1982.
October 18-24.
28 16 Artist's statements, 1974 - 1994.
Contains statements for Namewall, Name Poems, Carlsbad Water Stories, and inSITE94.
28 17 Biographical summaries.

Correspondence

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28 18 A-R - Miscellaneous.
29 1 S-W - Miscellaneous.
29 2 Unidentified correspondents.

Works by Joyce Cutler-Shaw

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29 3 Anatomy Lesson, 1993.
Panel presentation for "The Artist in Technoculture" at College Art Association conference, Seattle. Typescript.
29 4 Anatomy Lesson: The Body, Technology and Empathy, 1994.
LEONARDO, MIT press journal.
29 5 Art in Architecture: A Vision for San Diego, 1989.
Transcript of seminar. Joyce Cutler-Shaw is the moderator. Includes draft and clipping.
29 6 Commission on the Status of Women's "Women in the Visual Arts", 1978.
Transcript of hearing. Includes drafts of testimony, memorandas, correspondence, and notes.
29 7 Current Art, a Saturday Seminar/Workshop, 1978.
Contains flyer.
29 8 Drawing as a Way of Seeing (workshop), 1996.
Winter. Contains only schedule of classes, Older Adult Service and Information System (OASIS).
29 9 From the Odyssey of the Messenger: Somewhere in Bavaria, 1987.
CRAWL OUT YOUR WINDOW #15.
29 10 Ideas/Words/Images, 1992.
Panel presentation at the Womens Caucus for Art conference. Typescript.
29 11 Interview with Bernard Lown M. D., 1997.
Spring. THE HUMAN CONDITION. Includes drawings for magazine back cover.
29 12 Interview with Russ Schoen, 1978.
April. AMERICAN PIGEON JOURNAL.
29 13 Joyce Shaw, 1975.
February. JOURNAL.
29 14 Labyrinth and the Cage: Body Metaphors from the History of Anatomy, 1998.
Spring. THE HUMAN CONDITION.
29 15 Laurie Anderson in "Mr. Heartbreak" at the Fox, a review, 1984.
IMAGES AND ISSUES magazine. Includes correspondence, drafts and media information on Laurie Anderson.
29 16 Letter to the Editor of the LA JOLLA LIGHT: Art Advisory Council was Product of Many, 1983.
April.
29 17 On Death and Dying, 1992.
Panel presentation for "Art and Aging" at College Art Association conference. Typescript.
29 18 Politics and the Arts - "The Arts and Politics in Future Society", 1976.
Contains annotated seminar program.
29 19 Representing the Body: Drawing as Empathy, 1992.
April 2-4. Panel presentation for the conference on "Imaging the Body: Art and Science in Modern Culture" at University of Chicago. Typescript and program.
29 20 Tribute to Dr. Nicholas Halasz 1931-1999, 2000.
Spring. THE HUMAN CONDITION.
29 21 Vanguard Art, 1975.
Contains panel notes and brochure. See also, AUDIORECORDINGS series, 14D (box 65, folders 17-20).
29 22 Visceral Drawing and the Ephemeral Self, 1995.
Panel presentation for "The Illusive Line: Basic Drawing Re-Examined" at College Art Association conference, San Antonio. Typescript.
29 23 Workshop in Educational Television - Class assignments, 1980.
Summer. Course taken at SDSU. Part 1. See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series, 13D (box 57, folder 8).
29 24 Workshop in Educational Television - Class assignments, 1980.
Summer. Course taken at SDSU. Part 2.
30 1 Workshop in Educational Television - Miscellaneous, 1980.
Summer. Contains roster, course syllabus and literature on television.

Art Projects by Joyce Cutler-Shaw

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30 2 ALPHABET OF BONES, 1987.
Contains photocopy of artist book and loan agreement.
30 3 Alphabet of Bones, 1988.
Signed poster.
30 4 Anatomy Lesson, 1992.
Photocopies of installation and signed detailed drawings.
30 5 Anatomy Lesson: Memory Picture with CT, 1992.
Cover illustration for NAKED TO THE BONE. Includes writing about her drawings by the author, Bettyann Holtzmann Kevles.
30 6 Anatomy Lesson Image #11-27-95.
Cover drawing for the UCSD Medical Alumni Annual Fund brochure.
30 7 Attitudes Toward Space: Environmental Art, 1977.
Catalogue.
30 8 Body Archaeology from the Anatomy Lesson, 1996.
Poster.
30 9 Body Botanicals from the Anatomy Lesson, 2000.
Promotional materials.
30 10 Body Botanicals: Veins and Branches (from The Anatomy Lesson), 1997.
Drawing for "Find the Rhino" 2000 calendar, June.
30 11 CIRCLE AND THE SELF, 1999.
Two fan-fold visual narrative books (prototypes).
30 12 EIGHT: FRAGMENTS OF LETTERS TO THE WORLD, 1976.
Edition of 210/300.
30 13 FROM THE ALPHABET OF BONES, a collaborative performance, 1989.
September 21-24. Contains introduction and INTO FLIGHT chapbook, edition of 500.
30 14 Greeting cards, 1980 - 1989.
Contains Word Poem: Family Portrait VII and Alphabet of Bones A to Z.
30 15 In the Shadow of Diamond Doves - The Lady and the Bird V.
No date. Proposal for an exhibition for the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX. Includes draft, photocopies of exhibition and notes.
30 16 Into Flight, 1990.
Exhibit at Teylers Museum, Haarlem. Photocopies of installation.
30 17 LADY AND THE BIRD: NARRATIVE FRAGMENTS, 1976.
Includes "An Interview with Joyce Shaw by Moira Roth."
30 18 LADY AND THE BIRD ODYSSEY AND NARRATIVE FRAGMENTS, 1977.
Typescripts. Includes promotional card.
30 19 Lady and the Bird of Messenger Cycle - Word Poem, models, 1978.
Edition of 100, two pieces.
30 20 Mass releases of pigeons, 1976 - 1981.
Photocopies and photograph, "Apropos mass release," 1979.
30 21 Messenger, 1977 - 1981.
Reading performances. Contains a proposal, photocopy of photograph and programs.
30 22 Messenger: Loft IV, 1982.
Photocopy of photograph.
30 23 MESSENGER: ONE HUNDRED INCH BOOKS, 1981 - 1983.
Four volumes, fragments of text and images from reading performances in lavender, grey, aqua, and khaki. Includes dummy books.
30 24 Messenger: Two Deaths, 1988.
Proposal for an exhibition. Contains photocopies of drawings.
30 25 Namewall: A Gift to the City of Los Angeles, 1974.
Contains a proposal and photocopy of installation.
30 26 Namewall II and III: Gifts to the People of New Orleans, 1980.
Photocopies of installation.
30 27 Newborns from the Anatomy Lesson and Alphabet of Bones and Drawings, 1990.
Promotional card with insert from "The Anatomy Lesson: Birth."
30 28 Odyssey of the Messenger, 1989.
Fan-fold book.
30 29 Open Cage of Wild Birds and Grasses, 1999.
Promotional card.
30 30 PORTRAIT OF PHIL, 1978.
Photocopy book.
30 31 Three Directions, 1977.
Photocopies of installation.
30 32 Three Global Site Projections: Survival-Evolution Project, 1979.
For photographic book. Contains one-page layout.
30 33 WE THE PEOPLE, proposal for an artwork.
ca. 1976. Signed editions 1126 and 2050 of 2500. Includes copies of inserts and promotional materials.
31 1 Wingtrace/The Sign of Its Track, 1984 - 1986.
Exhibitions at San Diego Museum of Natural History, National Academy of Sciences and Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Contains photocopies of installations, catalogues and promotional materials. See also, VIDEORECORDINGS series, 13D (58.08).
31 2 Women in Art and Architecture: An Exhibit, 1989.
Contains program and correspondence.
31 3 Word as Sculpture, "HE" and "SHE".
ca. 1969-1970. Sketches. See also, SLIDES series, 12C (box 35, folder 15).

Articles About Joyce Cutler-Shaw

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31 4 About an Art Magazine and a Unique Bicentennial Salute, 1976.
March 28. TIMES ADVOCATE. By Kathlyn Russell.
31 5 Agnes Denes, Channa Horwitz, Joyce Shaw, 1976.
November 13. ARTWEEK. By Melinda Wortz.
31 6 Alphabet of Bones Gives New Meaning to Movement, 1989.
September 20. LOS ANGELES TIMES. By Eileen Sondak.
31 7 Anatomy Pupil Uses Pencil, Not Scalpel, To Study Bodies, 1995.
February 23. LA JOLLA LIGHT. By Kate Deely.
31 8 Art of the City, 1975.
September. APPLAUSE. By James Britton II.
31 9 Articles in which Joyce Cutler-Shaw appears, 1973 - 1999.
31 10 At the Galleries, 1987.
January 16. LOS ANGELES TIMES. By Robert McDonald.
31 11 Birds and Oblivion Boys, 1987.
July/August. ART MONTHLY. By Cathy Courtney.
31 12 Birds with a Message Fly to Freedom, 1985.
January 15. LOS ANGELES TIMES. By Matt Damsker.
31 13 Canyon Homes to Blend With Nature, 1992.
August 27. LOS ANGELES TIMES, San Diego County. By Dirk Sutro.
31 14 Catalogs in which Joyce Cutler-Shaw appears, 1976 - 1999.
31 15 Concept Art and Stuff Pigeons, 1978.
April 7. THE OCCIDENTAL. By George Sanger.
31 16 Conversation with Joyce Cutler-Shaw, 1979.
By Lynn Schuette for the Community Arts newsletter. Includes typescript, draft.
31 17 Corpse Expands Cutler-Shaw's Perspective, 1992.
October 25. SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. By Isabelle Wasserman.
31 18 Die Dame und der Vogel, 1979.
April. VATERLAND. By Maria Vogel. Includes English translation.
31 19 Elizabeth Ray and the Ice Age, 1977.
February 3. SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. By Alfred Frankenstein.
31 20 Flights of Fancy, 1984.
November 29. LA JOLLA LIVING. By Lynette Thwaites.
31 21 Gallery Becomes Metaphor for Clouds.
ca. 1973. By Kathlyn Russell.
31 22 Hospital General de Tijuana, BC, 1994.
September 23. Supplement to the SAN DIEGO DAILY TRANSCRIPT, "inSITE94." Joyce Cutler-Shaw's "The Human Condition/La Condicion Humana."
31 23 Human Condition - The Documenta of Joyce Cutler-Shaw, 1999.
July. THE PUBLICATION. By Robert Perine.
31 24 Interview with Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Artist-In-Residence, UCSD School of Medicine, 1996.
By Katherine Calvo MS-II for THE HUMAN CONDITION.
31 25 Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Cry Cistern, Magee Park, 1990.
An interview at the Carlsbad's Third Annual Outdoor Temporary Art Exhibition.
31 26 Joyce Cutler-Shaw: Du Concept au Lyrisme de l'Objet, 1986.
CINQUANTE FOIS PLUS MOINS ZERO (+-0) and VIE DES ART. By Liliane Touraine.
31 27 Joyce Cutler Shaw Expone en el Hospital General, 1994.
10 de Septiembre. CAMBIO.
31 28 Joyce Cutler-Shaw: Messenger, 1981.
Summer. HIGH PERFORMANCE.
31 29 Joyce Cutler-Shaw: Messenger, 1982.
Spring - Summer. HIGH PERFORMANCE. By Emily Hicks. Reprinted in part from a review in ARTWEEK, with permission of author and ARTWEEK.
31 30 JOYCE CUTLER-SHAW: THE ARTIST AS MESSENGER, 1981.
By Shannon T. Hiatt. Monograph.
31 31 Joyce Cutler-Shaw: Waters of the Nations - Messages from the World, 1983.
HIGH PERFORMANCE. Reprint from THE NEW YORKER. See also, "Transformation" in the same series.
31 32 Joyce Shaw's Namewall, 1974.
April 20. ARTWEEK. By Fran Preisman.
31 33 Kunst en Vliegwerk, 1990.
TEYLERS MAGAZIJN. By L. W. van den Hoek Ostende.
31 34 Lost Amid 'Directions'.
No date. TIMES. By William Wilson.
31 35 Messenger is the Medium, 1985.
January 19. ARTWEEK. By Merle Schipper.
31 36 Namewall - Something of Everyone.
No date.
31 37 New Ambience for Performance Art, 1981.
October. CITY ARTS.
31 38 Pigeons Fly Home and the Artist Begins her Drama, 1985.
January 12. SAN DIEGO UNION. By Marilyn Hagberg.
31 39 Public Art Won't Always Please Public, 1999.
September 16. SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. By Diane Bell.
31 40 Publications of artworks by Joyce Cutler-Shaw, 1975 - 1999.
31 41 Similarities, Disparities of Tijuana, San Diego are Targeted by Artists, 1994.
October 9. SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. By Ann Jarmusch.
31 42 StoneCrest Village Brings New Artistic Landmark to San Diego, 1999.
October 16. Advertising supplement to the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE.
31 43 Three, 1976.
From THREE DIRECTIONS catalogue. By Lucy R. Lippard.
31 44 Transformation, 1982.
November 15. THE NEW YORKER. See also, "Joyce Cutler-Shaw: Waters of the Nations - Messages from the World."
31 45 Water As/With/And Sculpture: Other Possibilites!, 1983.
Autumn. AGORA. By T.J. Mabrey.
31 46 WE THE PEOPLE: Message Monument No. I.
No date. QUEEN STREET MAGAZINE.
31 47 Wiekend Door de Geschiedenis, 1990.
September. DONDERDAG.
31 48 Wingtrace is Unfolding with a Never-ending Message, 1985.
January 2. SAN DIEGO UNION. By Marilyn Hagberg.
31 49 Woman's Place, 1977.
January 3. NEW WEST. By Nancy Marmer.

Miscellaneous

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32 1 Clippings regarding women artists, 1971 - 1990.
Includes notes.
32 2 Newsleases, 1981 - 1993.
32 3 Miscellaneous subscriptions.
Includes annotations in UMBRELLA.
32 4 Women's Caucus for Art, newsletters, 1977 - 1996.
Includes membership directory list and conference programs.

Exhibit Announcements

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32 5 Exhibit announcements, 1973 - 1974.
32 6 Exhibit announcements, 1977 - 1979.
32 7 Exhibit announcements, 1980 - 1981.
32 8 Exhibit announcements, 1982 - 1983.
32 9 Exhibit announcements, 1984 - 1986.
32 10 Exhibit announcements, 1987 - 1988.
32 11 Exhibit announcements, 1989 - 1991.
32 12 Exhibit announcements, 1992 - 1993.
33 1 Exhibit announcements, 1994 - 2001.
33 2 Exhibit announcements.
No date.
33 3 Exhibit announcements - Art Auctions, 1988 - 1997.
33 4 Exhibit announcements from others, 1970 - 1973.
33 5 Exhibit announcements from others, 1974.
33 6 Exhibit announcements from others, 1975.
33 7 Exhibit announcements from others, 1976.
33 8 Exhibit announcements from others, 1977.
33 9 Exhibit announcements from others, 1978.
January - July.
34 1 Exhibit announcements from others, 1978.
August - December.
34 2 Exhibit announcements from others, 1979.
34 3 Exhibit announcements from others, 1980.
34 4 Exhibit announcements from others, 1981 - 1988.
34 5 Exhibit announcements from others, 1990 - 1999.
34 6 Exhibit announcements from others.
No date.

PHOTOGRAPHS

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UCSD Extension

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35 1 Discoveries Through Art: Teaching and Learning, 1972.
Fall. Includes negatives. See also, UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS series, 1B (box 1, folder 6).
35 2 Art Behaviors and Learning, 1973.
Winter. Includes negatives. See also, UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS series, 1B (box 1, folder 16).
35 3 Studio Art for Young People, 1974.
Summer. Includes negatives and contact sheets. See also, UCSD EXTENSION TEACHING MATERIALS series, 1B (box 2, folder 5).

Landmark Art Projects

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35 4 Concept drawings by Suvan Geer.
ca. 1983. Color photocopies. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 35, folder 1).
35 5 Earth "Sculpture", 1984.
June. Contains only color photocopies. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 34, folder 22).
35 6 Kearny Red Median project - Concept images and sites of red stained earth, 1984.
Includes original drawings on photographs and color photocopies. See also, LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS series, 8 (box 25, folder 8).
35 7 Museum of Seasonal Change - Aerial view of Doyle Community Park site, 1987.
February. Contains a conceptual master plan and color photocopies.
35 8 Museum of Seasonal Change - Arena exhibit installation views, 1987.
May. Includes contact sheets. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 34, folder 28).
35 9 MC15507 Museum of Seasonal Change - "Off the Wall" (Suvan Geer and Connie Zehr at Fullerton), 1984.
35 10 Museum of Seasonal Change - Model, 1984 - 1985.
Includes photocopies, contact sheets, negatives, and notes. See also, MUSEUM OF SEASONAL CHANGE series, 7D (box 23, folder 9) and SLIDES series, 12A (box 34, folder 30).
35 11 Museum of Seasonal Change - Test site installation.
ca. 1988-1989. Includes negatives, color photocopies and contact sheets. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 34, folder 32).
35 12 Survival-Evolution, 1977 - 1981.
Includes negatives, photocopies and contact sheets.
35 13 Urban Meadows, 1983.
June - November. Land sites from Balboa Park, Presidio Park, Kettner and G Street, Laurel and India Streets, and park department. Contains color photocopies. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 35, folder 2).
35 14 Urban Meadow I - Seeding event, 1983 - 1984.
Includes contact sheets, negatives and color photocopies.
35 15 Urban Meadow II - Sites at Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Diane Street, 1984.
February. Contains color photocopies. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 35, folder 5).
35 16 Urban Mesa - Concept drawings, 1984.
Includes negative, contact sheets, photocopies, and paste-up.
35 17 Urban Passage, 1984.
April - June. Contains color photocopies. See also, SLIDES series, 12A (box 35, folder 11).
35 18 Unidentified sites, photos from David Reed to Suvan Geer.
ca. 1983. Includes negatives.

Landmark Art Collaborative

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35 19 Toward an International Dialogue (San Diego Museum of Natural History), 1985.
January. Includes contact sheets.

Miscellaneous

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35 20 Unidentified photos, color photocopies.

Landmark Art Projects

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35 21 List of slides, 1984 - 1987.
35 22 Earth "Sculpture" (landfill), 1984.
June. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11B (box 34, folder 5).
35 23 Five Environmental Projects and Waters of the Nations, 1982.
March - April.
35 24 Meeting with Zanderson, 1985.
June.
35 25 Survival-Evolution - International Dialogue - Meeting with consultants, 1979 - 1980.
See also, SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION (LAP) series, 4D (box 18, folder 2) and AUDIORECORDINGS series, 14B (box 63, folder 19 - box 64, folder 9).
35 26 Survival-Evolution - Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations, 1982.
October. UN Plaza, New York.
35 27 Museum of Seasonal Change - Arena concept models, 1987.
35 28 Museum of Seasonal Change - Arena concepts exhibition at Imperial Bank, 1987.
May. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11B (box 34, folder 8).
35 29 Museum of Seasonal Change - Art Walk exhibition, 1985.
April.
35 30 Museum of Seasonal Change - Concept designs and model, 1984.
March.
35 31 Museum of Seasonal Change - Short talk, 1987.
35 32 Museum of Seasonal Change - Test site, 1987 - 1988.
35 33 Museum of Seasonal Change - Test site revisited, 1995.
October.
35 34 Museum of Seasonal Change and Urban Mesa - First Interstate Bank exhibition, 1984.
December.
36 1 Urban Meadow I - First concept pieces, 1983.
December. Includes first concept drawings by Suvan Geer. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11B (box 34, folder 4).
36 2 Urban Meadow I - Land sites, 1983.
June - November. From Balboa Park, Presidio Park, Kettner and G Street, Laurel and India Street, and images of California poppies. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11B (box 34, folder 13).
36 3 Urban Meadow I - Plan specification with color by David Reed, 1983.
36 4 Urban Meadow I - Ripping and planting, 1983.
December. Includes "Approach to Urban Meadow I."
36 5 Urban Meadow II - Clairemont Blvd and Diane Street, 1984.
February - March. Includes slides of the concept model. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11B (box 34, folder 15).
36 6 Urban Meadow II - Clairemont Blvd and Kearny Villa Rd, for road medians, 1984.
February - June.
36 7 Urban Mesa - Landmark references, Balboa Park, 1985.
October. Research for Urban Mesa.
36 8 Urban Mesa - Landscapes and land formations, 1984.
July - August. Includes also, artificial rock formations by Di Giacomo.
36 9 Urban Mesa - Model, 1985.
February.
36 10 Urban Mesa - Proposal drawings, 1984.
May.
36 11 Urban Passage - CDCC site and State and F Street, 1984.
April - June. Includes slides of short talk. See also, PHOTOGRAPHS series, 11B (box 34, folder 17) and LANDMARK ART PROJECTS - MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS series, 8 (box 25, folder 3).
36 12 Urban Plaza - Plan specification with color.
ca. 1983.

Landmark Art Collaborative

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36 13 Miramar/Landmark Collaboration - Proposed site, 1991.

Miscellaneous

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36 14 Collaborative members' individual portfolios, 1980 - 1983.
Members are Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Gary Stone, Connie Zehr, Suvan Geer, David Reed, and Ron Wigginton.
36 15 Miscellaneous projects by Joyce Cutler-Shaw, 1969 - 1990.
Contains "Word as Sculpture" (see also, MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS/ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW series 10D, box 30, folder 3) and "Carlsbad Water Stories."
36 16 Miscellaneous slides for lectures, 1988.
36 17 Unidentified slides.

VIDEORECORDINGS

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Art and Artists Lecture Series

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37 1 List of Art and Artists video and audio recordings.
Includes notes.
37 2 Producer-performer/consultant agreement and waiver forms, 1980 - 1981.
Includes notes.
37 3 Release forms, 1975 - 1981.
Includes drafts.
37 4 Audio transcripts of R. Rosenthal, P. Oliveros and J. Hoffberg, 1980.
March. Contains only rough drafts.
37 5 Brochure materials.
Includes contact sheets.
37 6 Anderson, Laurie ("Violinist"), 1976.
April 22. 1" IVC Tape B, 47:35. Produced at Palomar College.
37 7 Antin, David, 1975.
November 24. 3/4" Tape A, 28:21. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
37 8 Antin, David, 1975.
November 24. 3/4" Tape B, 22:30. Produced at Palomar College. Includes VHS copy (28:02). For Tape C (28:57), see also, Ivan Karp (box 46, folder 9) and Allan Kaprow for Tape E (box 46, folder 8).
37 9 Antin, Eleanor, 1977.
May 23. 3/4" Tape A. Produced at Palomar College. See also, Agnes Denes for Tape D (box 43, folder 3).
37 10 Antin, Eleanor, 1977.
May. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 30:07. Edited master of second interview. Includes user copy.
37 11 Arneson, Robert, 1977.
February 14. 3/4" Tape A, 49:00. Produced at Palomar College.
38 1 Arneson, Robert, 1977.
February 14. 3/4" Tape B, 49:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
38 2 Arneson, Robert, 1977.
February 14. 3/4" Tape C, 49:00. Includes VHS copy.
38 3 Baca, Judith with Josine Ianco Starrels, 1977.
September 19. 3/4" Tape A, 58:00. Edited copy. Produced at Palomar College.
38 4 Baca, Judith with Josine Ianco Starrels, 1977.
September 19. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 60:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
38 5 Baldessari, John, 1977.
May 18. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 27:00. Includes "Garden Party," approx. 30:30. Produced at Palomar College.
38 6 Baldessari, John, 1977.
May 18. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 60:00. Produced at Palomar College.
38 7 Baldessari, John, 1977.
May. 3/4" Tape C, approx. 27:32. Edited master. Includes VHS copy. Includes user copy.
38 8 Banana, Anna with Bill Gaglione and Suzi Gablik, 1979 - 1980.
3/4" Tape A, 30:00. Cut 1 - Banana and Gaglione, 5/6/80. Cut 2 - Gablik, 10/16/79. Aired on 1/1/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
38 9 Barry, Judith, with Lynn Hershmann and Henry Hopkins, 1978.
September 27. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 44:00. No dub, master at SDSU. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
39 1 Bates, Jim, with James Hubbell, Eileen Griffin and Perry Wilhelmina [panel on subject of regional artists], 1977.
November 7. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 61:00. Edited copy. Produced at Palomar College.
39 2 Bates, Jim, with James Hubbell, Eileen Griffin and Perry Wilhelmina, 1977.
November 7. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 61:00. Includes user copy.
39 3 Bear, Lisa, 1976.
3/4" Tape A, 30:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
39 4 Beebe, Mary with Lydia Modi-Vitale, 1977.
March 9. 3/4" Tape A, 53:18. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
39 5 Bell, Larry, 1979.
May 9. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 36:00. Dub. Master located at SDSU. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
39 6 Brown, Kathan, 1979.
April 25. 3/4", approx. 41:00. No dub. Master at SDSU. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
39 7 Burden, Chris, 1977.
April 25. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 51:30. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
39 8 Cage, John, 1978.
April 25. 3/4" Tape A. Dub. Master is located at SDSU. Recorded at Crown Point Press. Courtesy of Kathan Brown.
40 1 Celant, Germano, 1977.
April 21. 3/4" Tape A, 49:23. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
40 2 Celmins, Vija, 1976.
November 18. 3/4" Tape A, 32:30. Produced at Palomar College.
40 3 Celmins, Vija, 1976.
November 18. 3/4" Tape B, 32:30. Includes user copy.
40 4 Christo, 1978.
April 7. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 29:24. Produced at Palomar College.
40 5 Christo, 1978.
April 14. 3/4" Tape B. Edited.
40 6 Christo, 1978.
April 7. 3/4" Tape C, approx. 56:55. Part 1. Includes user copy.
40 7 Christo, 1978.
April. 3/4" Tape D, approx. 56:55.
40 8 Christo, 1978.
April. 3/4" Tape E. Slides - Part 1.
40 9 Christo, 1978.
April. 3/4" Tape F. Slides.
41 1 Christo, 1978.
April. 3/4" Tape G. Slides.
41 2 Christo, 1978.
April 14. 3/4" Tape H. Cut 2.
41 3 Christo, 1978.
April. 3/4" Tape I, 60:00 plus. Cut 1.
41 4 Clips - Kaprow, Marioni, Lippard.
Ca. 1978. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 32:16. Produced at Palomar College. Labeled sound problem. Includes user copy.
41 5 Clips - Lippard, Friedman, Anderson, Krinzinger, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape B. Labeled sound problem.
41 6 Clips - Krinzinger, Wilson, Frank, Burden.
Ca. 1978. 3/4" Tape C.
41 7 Clips - Burden, Bear, Nochlin, Rossler, and Modi-Vitale.
Ca. 1978. 3/4" Tape D.
41 8 Cohen, Harold, 1979.
November 13. 3/4" Tape A, 28:55. Edited 5/12/80 and aired 1/13/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Personal copy. Includes user copy.
41 9 Collins, James, 1977.
December 8. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 51:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
42 1 Collins, James, 1977.
December 8. 3/4" Tape C, 27:14. Labeled 1/2 edit?
42 2 Collins, James, 1977.
3/4" Tape D. Edited copy, master.
42 3 Copley, Clair with Marilyn Nix and Joan Simon, 1977.
March 23. 3/4" Tape A, 60:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
42 4 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne.
Ca. 1977. Tape A. Produced at Palomar College.
42 5 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne.
Ca. 1977. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 45:44.
42 6 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne.
Ca. 1977. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 60:00. Includes user copy.
42 7 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne.
Ca. 1977. 3/4" Tape C, approx. 29:00.
42 8 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne.
Ca. 1977. 3/4" Tape D.
42 9 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne.
June 29. 3/4" Tape E, 35:00.
43 1 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne, 1977.
June 29. 3/4" Tape F, approx. 26:00. Master "J." Includes user copy.
43 2 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. Interview by Teihlet, Jehanne, 1978.
July 19.
43 3 Darling, Lowell with Samella Lewis and Jim Melchert - "Art and Politics", 1978.
November 1. 3/4" Tape A, 60:00. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
43 4 Darling, Lowell with Samella Lewis and Jim Melchert - "Art and Politics", 1978.
November 7. 3/4" Tape B, 60:00.
43 5 De Lap, Tony, 1976.
December 9. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 54:30. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
43 6 De Marco, Richard.
3/4" Tape A. Produced at Palomar College.
43 7 De Marco, Richard, 1978.
October 11. 3/4" Tape A. No dub. Master is located at SDSU. Produced at SDSU/LRC.
43 8 Denes, Agnes, 1976.
March 22. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 45:20. Produced at Palomar College.
43 9 Denes, Agnes, 1976.
October 20. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 28:00. Dub. Produced at Palomar College. Includes Eleanor Antin, Tape D, approx. 27:00. Videotape has deteriorated to the point that the video will not play. Held still frame of the artist and recorded that with the good audio track. See also, Eleanor Antin (box 37, folder 9). Includes user copy.
44 1 Denes, Agnes, 1976.
October 22. 3/4" Tape C.
44 2 Denes, Agnes, 1976.
3/4" Tape D, approx. 45:20. Includes user copy.
44 3 Escobedo, Helen, 1980.
February 5. 3/4" Tape A, 28:00. Aired 1/19/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC.
44 4 Escobedo, Helen, 1980.
May 28. 3/4" Tape A, 28:27. Edited 06/17/80 and aired 01/19/82. Includes user copy.
44 5 Friedman, Ken, 1976.
May 31. 3/4" Tape A, 60:00. Dub. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
44 6 Fuller, Diane with Betty Gold - "On Selecting New Art: Two West Coast Perspectives", 1979.
March 14. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 56:45. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
44 7 Garden party with Lynn Hershmann, Henry Hopkins, David Ross, and Bob Smith, 1976.
March 29. Tape A, 60:00. See also, John Baldessari (box 38, folder 5). Includes user copy.
44 8 Garden party with Lynn Hershmann, Henry Hopkins, David Ross, and Bob Smith, 1976.
March 29. Tape B.
44 9 Gaulke, Cheri - Accompanied tape for performance, 1978.
December 6. 3/4" Tape A. No dubs. Master is located at SDSU. Produced at SDSU/LRC. See also, Moira Roth (box 50, folder 8). This tape will not play.
45 1 Gilot, Francoise, 1979.
March 16. 3/4" Tape A, 30:00. Produced at Palomar College.
45 2 Gilot, Francoise, 1979.
March 16. 3/4" Tape B, 25:25.
45 3 Gilot, Francoise, 1976.
March 16. 3/4" Tape C, 30:00. Includes user copy.
45 4 Gilot, Francoise, 1979.
September 22. 1" IVC Tape D, 30:00.
45 5 Hansen, Jo, 1975.
October 23. 3/4" Tape A, 35:00. Produced at Palomar College.
45 6 Hansen, Jo, 1975.
October. 3/4" Tape C, 35:00. Includes user copy.
45 7 Hansen, Jo, 1975.
October 23. 3/4" Tape D, 35:00.
45 8 Harrison, Helen and Newton, 1976.
March 8. 3/4" Tape A, 28:00. Produced at Palomar College.
45 9 Harrison, Helen and Newton, 1976.
March 8. 3/4" Tape B, 28:15. Includes user copy.
46 1 Horwitz, Channa, 1975.
November 17. 3/4" Tape A, 40:07. Produced at Palomar College.
46 2 Horwitz, Channa, 1975.
November 17. 3/4" Tape B, 40:27.
46 3 Horwitz, Channa, 1975.
November 17. 3/4" Tape C.
46 4 Horwitz, Channa, 1975.
November 17. 3/4" Tape D, 40:07. Includes user copy.
46 5 Horwitz, Channa, 1975.
November. 3/4" Tape E, 40:27.
46 6 Horwitz, Channa, 1975.
November 17. 1" IVC Tape F, 40:00.
46 7 Irwin, Robert, 1975.
October 20. 3/4" Tape A, 35:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
46 8 Irwin, Robert, 1975.
October 20. 3/4" Tape B, 29:15.
46 9 Irwin, Robert, 1975.
October. 3/4" Tape C, approx. 31:00. No color bars.
47 1 Irwin, Robert, 1975.
October 20. 3/4" Tape D, approx. 29:00.
47 2 Irwin, Robert, 1975.
October 20. 3/4" Tape E, 35:00.
47 3 Kaprow, Allan, 1974.
November 13. 3/4" Tape A, 30:00. Dub. Produced at Palomar College.
47 4 Kaprow, Allan, 1974.
November. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 26:40. Includes user copy.
47 5 Kaprow, Allan with David Antin, 1975.
1" IVC Tape E, 28:00 each. Cut 2. Produced at Palomar College. See also, David Antin (box 37, folder 8).
47 6 Karp, Ivan with David Antin, 1975.
3/4" Tape B, 28:43. For David Antin, Tape C, 28:57. Produced at Palomar College. See also, David Antin (box 37, folder 8).
47 7 Kozloff, Joyce, 1975.
May 5. 3/4" Tape A, 28:18. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
47 8 Kozloff, Max - "Photography and the Paradoxes of Time", 1979.
February 14. Approx. 58:00. No dub. Master is located at SDSU. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
47 9 Krinzinger, Ursula, 1977.
May 12. 3/4" Tape A, 58:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
48 1 Levine, Marilyn, 1979.
September 18. 3/4" Tape A, 28:43. Edited 5/29/80 and aired on 1/14/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
48 2 Lippard, Lucy, 1977.
February 2. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 40:00. Part 1. Lippard takes questions from her audience at the Women's Building. This is not an one-to-one interview with Joyce Cutler-Shaw. Includes user copy.
48 3 Lippard, Lucy, 1977.
February 2. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 22:30. Part 2. Includes user copy.
48 4 Lippard, Lucy, 1977.
February. Tape C, 22:37.
48 5 Lippard, Lucy and Strange Video Artists, 1977.
February 23. 3/4" Dub.
48 6 Marioni, Tom, 1975.
March 10. 3/4" Tape A, approx 31:55. Produced at Palomar College.
48 7 Marioni, Tom with Nick Wilder, 1975.
3/4" Tape B. Marioni, approx. 24:46 (3/10) and Wilder, 27:50 (3/17). See also, Nick Wilder for Tape A. Includes user copy.
48 8 Messing Around.
No date of year. January 19. 39:00. Includes user copy.
48 9 Moments - "Selections from Between Media: Art and Artists of the 70s".
No date. Tape A, approx. 28:40. A proposed 30 program television course, "New Meanings of New Art." Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
49 1 Moments - "Selections from Between Media: Art and Artists of the 70s".
No date. Tape B. Dub.
49 2 Moore, Eudorah with Michelangelo Pistoletto, 1980.
Tape A. Eudorah Moore - Cut 1, 30:00 (2/26) and aired on 1/7/82. Michelangelo Pistoletto - Cut 2, 27:46 (1/16) and aired on 1/11/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
49 3 Moore, Eudorah, 1980.
February 26. 3/4" Tape A, 30:00. Aired on 01/07/82.
49 4 Nochlin, Linda, 1976.
December 15. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 49:30. Produced at Palomar College.
49 5 Nochlin, Linda, 1976.
December 15. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 49:30. Includes user copy.
49 6 Pistoletto, Michelangelo, 1980.
January 16. 3/4" Tape A, 28:00. Aired on 1/11/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC. See also, Eudorah Moore for Cut 2 (box 48, folder 6). Includes user copy.
49 7 Plagens, Peter, 1974.
October 30. 3/4" Tape A, 27:36. Produced at Palomar College. Damaged first 20:00 minutes. Held still frame for that time. Audio is good. Includes user copy.
49 8 Plagens, Peter, 1974.
October 30. 3/4" Tape B.
49 9 Plagens, Peter with Yvonne Rainer, 1974 - 1975.
3/4" Peter Plagens - Tape C, 27:59, dated 10/30/74. Yvonne Rainer - Tape B, 25:42, dated 3/3/75. See also, Yvonne Rainer for Tape A (box 49, folder 4).
50 1 Rainer, Yvonne, 1975.
March 3. 3/4" Tape A, 25:42. Produced at Palomar College. See also, Peter Plagens for Tape B (box 49, folder 3). Includes user copy.
50 2 Rainer, Yvonne, 1975.
1" IVC Tape C, 28:00.
50 3 Raven, Arlene with Ira Schneider, 1974.
October 23. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 28:00. Produced at Palomar College. Rough cuts for Ira Schneider (8:38) is not an interview. For an interview with Schneider, see also, Ira Schneider for Tape A (box 52, folder 6). Includes user copy.
50 4 Raven, Arlene, 1974.
October. 3/4" Tape B, 25:42.
50 5 Raven, Arlene with Dr. Kilman, 1974.
October. 3/4" Tape C. Arlene Raven, 28:54 and Dr. Kilman, 16:20.
50 6 Reiss, Roland, 1980.
April 15. 3/4" preview tape, 24:50. Edited 9/80 and aired on 1/5/82. Produced at SDSU/LRC. See also, Rachel Rosenthal for Cut 2 (box 50, folder 5).
50 7 Reiss, Roland, 1980.
April 15. 3/4" Tape A, 24:50. Includes user copy.
50 8 Reiss, Roland, 1980.
April 15. 3/4" Tape A, 24:50. Aired on 1/5/82.
51 1 Reiss, Roland, 1980.
April 15. 3/4" Tape A, 10:00. Master. Produced at SDSU/LRC. This is not an interview.
51 2 Rosenthal, Rachel with Judith Hoffberg and Pauline Oliveros, 1980.
May 21. 3/4" Tape A, 30:00. Master. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
51 3 Rosenthal, Rachel with Judith Hoffberg, Pauline Oliveros, and Roland Reiss, 1980.
3/4" Tape A. Cut 1 - Interview with Rachel Rosenthal, Judith Hoffberg and Pauline Oliveros, 29:30, dated 3/11 and 5/21. Cut 2 - Interview with Roland Reiss, 24:50, dated 4/15. Review tape for LAP.
51 4 Rosler, Martha, 1977.
May 11. 3/4" Tape A, 55:20. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
51 5 Roth, Moira, 1975.
March 31. 3/4" Tape A, 25:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
51 6 Roth, Moira with Cheri Gaulke, 1978.
3/4" Tape A. Master. Produced at SDSU/LRC. See also, Cheri Gaulke for Tape A (box 44, folder 3).
51 7 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape A. Produced at Palomar College. Includes slide inserts.
51 8 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape B, 30:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes slide inserts.
51 9 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape C. Edited copy.
52 1 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape 41A. From Independents Network.
52 2 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape 41B, 29:30. Dub.
52 3 Rusha, Edward.
ca. 1978. 3/4" Tape 41C.
52 4 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape 42A.
52 5 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape 42B. Slide inserts.
52 6 Rusha, Edward.
Ca. 1978. 3/4" Tape 42C.
52 7 Rusha, Edward, 1978.
October 26. 3/4" Tape 43A.
52 8 Rusha, Edward, 1981.
July 21. 3/4" Tape 54A, 30:00. Review copy.
52 9 Saar, Betty, 1977.
October 11. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 57:00. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
53 1 Sekula, Allan, 1977.
May 23. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 60:00. Dub. Produced at Palomar College.
53 2 Sekula, Allan, 1977.
May 23. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 59:50. Includes user copy.
53 3 Schneider, Ira, 1977.
March 16. 3/4" Tape A, 59:30. Produced at Palomar College. See also, Arlene Raven (box 49, folder 6).
53 4 Spark, Clair with Lowell Darling, Price Hicks, Cecile McCann and Clayton Brace - "Two Symposia", 1976.
March 1. 3/4" Tape A, 62:10. Dub. Produced at Palomar College.
53 5 Spark, Clair with Lowell Darling, Price Hicks, Cecile McCann, and Clayton Brace - "Two Symposia", 1976.
March 1. 3/4" Tape A, 60:00. (Duplicate copy?).
53 6 Spark, Clair with Lowell Darling, Price Hicks, Cecile McCann, and Clayton Brace - "Two Symposia", 1976.
March 1. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 60:00.
53 7 Spark, Clair with Lowell Darling, Price Hicks, Cecile McCann, and Clayton Brace - "Two Symposia", 1976.
March 1. 3/4" Tape C, approx. 62:10. Includes user copy.
53 8 Spark, Clair with Lowell Darling, Price Hicks, Cecile McCann, and Clayton Brace - "Two Symposia", 1976.
March 1. 3/4" Tape D, approx. 62:00.
54 1 Thiebaud, Wayne, 1978.
February 23. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 51:45. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
54 2 Voulkos, Peter, 1978.
November 29. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 40:00. Master at SDSU. No dub. Produced at SDSU/LRC. Includes user copy.
54 3 Wayne, June, 1976.
March 15. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 37:40. Produced at Palomar College. Damaged.
54 4 Wayne, June, 1976.
March 15. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 43:20. Cuts off for few seconds at 27:45. Includes user copy.
54 5 Wilder, Nick, 1975.
March 17. 3/4" Tape A, 26:21. Produced at Palomar College. For Tape B, see also, Tom Marioni (box 48, folder 1). Includes user copy.
54 6 Wilson, Martha, 1978.
May 1. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 50:40. Produced at Palomar College. Includes user copy.
54 7 Wortz, Melinda, 1978.
May 24. 3/4" Tape A, approx. 62:50. Also labeled "undetermined material."
54 8 Wortz, Melinda, 1978.
May 24. 3/4" Tape B, approx. 61:51. Includes user copy.

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54 9 Japanese Village: Furuyashikimura - Tape 1, 1984.
December 5.
55 1 Japanese Village: Furuyashikimura - Tape 2, 1984.
December 5.
55 2 Japanese Village: Furuyashikimura - Tape 3, 1984.
December 5.
55 3 Japanese Village: Furuyashikimura - Tape 4, 1984.
December 5.
55 4 Survival-Evolution - Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations, 1982.
August 11. "Pigeon Peace Messengers." CBS News.
55 5 Survival-Evolution - Messages from the World/Waters of the Nations, 1982.
October 20. Tape A, 28:00. Dub. United Nations. See also, SURVIVAL-EVOLUTION (LAP) series, 4F (box 19, folder 8).
55 6 Survival-Evolution - Water Decade/Survival, 1982.
October 20. 3/4" Tape A. United Nations.
55 7 Urban Meadow - KGTV News Ch. 10, 5:00PM-5:30PM, 1983.
December 28. Tape A. Dub. See also, URBAN MEADOWS (LAP) series, 5A (box 19, folder 9).

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55 8 Performance Art/Art Performance - Jacki Apple, Hearts of Palm and Woman Building Performance, 1984.
November 29. Dub.
56 1 Performance Art/Art Performance - "King Applying Beard, Hair by Hair", 1983.
June 30. 3/4". Dub. Produced by Eleanor Antin.
56 2 Performance Art/Art Performance - Moira Roth, Eleanor Antin and Allan Kaprow, 1984.
January 18. Tape A. Master 1" copy at UCSD.
56 3 Performance Art/Art Performance - Moira Roth, 1975.
March 31. Tape B.
56 4 Performance Art/Art Performance - Moira Roth, 1975.
March 31. Tape C.
56 5 Performance Art/Art Performance - Moira Roth, 1975.
March 31. Tape D.
56 6 Performance Art/Art Performance - Moira Roth, 1975.
March 31. Tape E.
56 7 Performance Art/Art Performance - Preview tape, 1982.
3/4" Tape A, 04:54. Dub.
56 8 Performance Art/Art Performance - Preview tape, 1982.
3/4" Tape B, 04:54. Edited master.
56 9 Performance Art/Art Performance - Preview tape, 1983.
June 23. 09:00. Includes "Burst."
57 1 Performance Art/Art Performance - Preview tape, 1983.
09:00. Old dub master. Includes "Burst."
57 2 Performance Art/Art Performance - Preview tape, 1983.
09:00. New dub master.
57 3 Performance Art/Art Performance - Preview tape, 1983.
Tape A, 09:00. Tape damage at credits.
57 4 Performance Art/Art Performance - Segments from the Palomar tapes, 1984.
September 11. Tape B. Dub. Nochlin, Anderson, Krinzinger, Lippard, Burden, Wilson, and Modi-Vitale.
57 5 Performance Art/Art Performance - Shaw narratives, Allan Kaprow and Eleanor Antin, 1974.
November 13.
57 6 Performance Art/Art Performance - Supplemental material, 1981.
Tape B, 30:00. Includes interview with Rachel Rosenthal, Pauline Oliveros and Judith Hoffberg.
57 7 Performance Art/Art Performance - Supplemental material, 1983.
05:00. "Lisa Lyon: A Portrait of Power."

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57 8 Class project - Video experiment.
Tape A, approx. 30:00. Interview with Italo Scanga and "Other TV: The Lady and the Bird." See also, MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS/ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW, series 10C (box 28, folder 23). Includes user copy.
57 9 Messenger, 1981.
October 24. Tape A. Reading/performance, Espace DBD.
58 1 Messenger, 1983.
November 11. Tape A. KNTV San Jose, Rob Fladeboe News.
58 2 Messenger - "How Many Wing Beats From Beirut to the Jewel of the Sea".
No date. 48:00. Recorded at Del Mar Communications Center.
58 3 Namewall, 1974.
April 4. Tape A, 02:00. With Ray Duncan, NBC News, LA International Airport.
58 4 Namewall, 1974.
April 4. Tape A, 02:00. With Ray Duncan, NBC News, LA International Airport. (Duplicate copy?)
58 5 Pigeon release, 1982.
September 29. Tape A. WJLA Ch. 7 Washington D.C. 5:50PM and 6:55PM.
58 6 Potts, Don, 1980.
July 29. "My First Car." KNXT-TV Ch. 2. 6:55PM. Art display.
58 7 UC Irvine students' work - Deborah and Renee Russ, 1980.
Spring. Tape A. See also, ART AND ARTISTS LECTURE SERIES, series 2C (box 5, folder 10). This tape will not play.
58 8 Wingtrace/The Sign of Its Tracks.
No date. Approx. 37:14. Performance for the Johnson Museum Cornell College. See also, MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS/ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW, series 10D (box 30, folder 1). Includes user copy.
58 9 Unidentified recording.

AUDIORECORDINGS

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Art and Artists Lecture Series

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59 1 Acconci, Vito - "Portable City", 1982.
April 26, SDSU.
59 2 Antin, David - "Language, Invention and Discovery" - Part 1, 1975.
October 27, Palomar College.
59 3 Antin, David - "Language, Invention and Discovery" - Part 2, 1975.
59 4 Antin, David - From video, 1975.
October 27, Palomar College.
59 5 Antin, Eleanor - From video, 1975.
April 21, Palomar College. 60 minutes.
59 6 FB40101 Antin, Eleanor, 1974.
Recording on reel tape. Lecture at Palomar College. Recording may be of Barbara Haskell, 10/23/74.
59 7 Arneson, Robert - "Turning Craft into Art", 1977.
February 14, Palomar College.
59 8 Arneson, Robert - "Turning Craft into Art", 1977.
February 14, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
59 9 Baca, Hardin and Starrels - "Art Beyond Mainstream" - Part 1, 1977.
September 19, Palomar College.
59 10 Baca, Hardin, Starrels, and Shaw - "Art Beyond Mainstream" - Part 2, 1977.
September 19, Palomar College.
59 11 Banana, Anna and Bill Gaglione - "Futurist Sound", 1980.
May 6, SDSU.
59 12 Banana, Anna and Bill Gaglione - Selected futurist performances, 1980.
May 6, SDSU. Side 2 is empty.
59 13 Bates, Griffin, Hubbell, and Dr. Perry - "The Impact of the Local Artist on the Community", 1977.
November 7, Palomar College. Master.
59 14 Bates, Griffin, Hubbell, and Dr. Perry - "The Impact of the Local Artist on the Community", 1977.
November 7, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
59 15 Bates, Griffin, Hubbell, and Dr. Perry - "The Impact of the Local Artist on the Community", 1977.
November 7, Palomar College. Second copy.
59 16 Beebe, Mary and Lydia Modi-Vitale - "Experimental Space/Experimental Art", 1977.
March 9, Palomar College.
59 17 Bell, Larry - "On Sculpture", 1979.
May 9, SDSU.
59 18 Britton, James - "Local Artists", 1977.
November 7, Palomar College.
60 1 Celmis, Vija - "Art Talks", 1976.
November 18, Palomar College.
60 2 Chicago, Judy - "Thoughts on My Recent Work" - Part 1, 1975.
November 10, Palomar College.
60 3 Chicago, Judy - "Thoughts on My Recent Work" - Part 2, 1975.
November 10, Palomar College.
60 4 Cohen, Arnold - "Imaging", 1979.
November 13, SDSU.
60 5 Cohen, Arnold - "Imaging", 1979.
November 14, UCI.
60 6 Collins, Jim - "On Recent Work..." - Part 1, 1977.
December 8, Palomar College.
60 7 Collins, Jim - "On Recent Work..." - Part 2, 1977.
December 8, Palomar College.
60 8 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce - "Visual Fictions and Summing Up", 1977.
June 1, Palomar College.
60 9 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce - "Visual Fictions and Summing Up", 1977.
June 1, Palomar College. (Duplicate copy?)
60 10 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce - "Visual Fictions and Summing Up", 1977.
June 1, Palomar College. (Duplicate copy?)
60 11 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce - "Public/Private", 1978.
January 11, Palomar College. Master.
60 12 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce - "Public/Private", 1978.
January 11, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
60 13 Darling, McCann, Hicks, Sparks, Brace, and Shaw - "Media and the Arts" - Part 1, 1976.
March 1, Palomar College.
60 14 Darling, McCann, Hicks, Sparks, Brace, and Shaw - "Media and the Arts" - Part 2, 1976.
March 1, Palomar College.
60 15 Darling, McCann, Hicks, Sparks, Brace, and Shaw - "Media and the Arts" - Part 1, 1976.
March 1, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
60 16 Darling, McCann, Hicks, Sparks, Brace, and Shaw - "Media and the Arts" - Part 2, 1976.
March 1, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
60 17 Denes, Agnes and Shaw - "New Directions 4", 1976.
March 22, Palomar College.
60 18 Escobedo, Helen, 1980.
February 5, SDSU.
61 1 Farber, Manny - "Film in Opposition", 1975.
April 7, Palomar College. See also, box 66, folder 2 for master on reel recording tape.
61 2 FB40102 Farber, Manny - "Film in Opposition", 1975.
April 7, Palomar College. Recording on reel tape, master.
61 3 Foulkes, Lynn - "Lynn of Hollywood", 1979.
November 27, SDSU.
61 4 Frank, Peter - "The Arts in Fusion: Intermedia", 1978.
March 14, Palomar College.
61 5 Gablik, Suzi - "Progress in Art" - Part 1, 1979.
October 16, SDSU.
61 6 Gablik, Suzi - "Progress in Art" - Part 2, 1979.
October 16, SDSU.
61 7 Gablik, Suzi - "Progress in Art", 1979.
October 17, UCI.
61 8 Glicksman, Hal, 1977.
November 23, Palomar College. Not included in the Fall 1977 Art and Artist program.
61 9 Gold, Betty and Dorothy Goldeen - "Selecting New Art", 1979.
March 14, SDSU.
61 10 Harrison, Helen and Newton - "On Method" - Part 1, 1976.
March 8, Palomar College.
61 11 Harrison, Helen and Newton - "On Method" - Part 2, 1976.
March 8, Palomar College.
61 12 Harrison, Helen and Newton - "On Method" - Part 3, 1976.
March 8, Palomar College.
61 13 Harrison, Helen and Newton - "On Method" - Part 1, 1976.
March 8, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
61 14 Harrison, Helen and Newton - "On Method" - Part 2, 1976.
March 8, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
61 15 Harrison, Helen and Newton - "On Method" - Part 3, 1976.
March 8, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
61 16 Hershmann, Hopkins, Ross, Smith, and Shaw - "Art Spaces: Traditions and Alternatives", 1976.
March 29, Palomar College. Part 1.
61 17 Hershmann, Hopkins, Ross, Smith, and Shaw - "Art Spaces: Traditions and Alternatives", 1976.
March 29, Palomar College. Part 2.
61 18 Hershmann, Hopkins, Ross, Smith, and Shaw - "Art Spaces: Traditions and Alternatives", 1976.
March 29, Palomar College. Part 1. Duplicate copy.
62 1 Hershmann, Hopkins, Ross, Smith, and Shaw - "Art Spaces: Traditions and Alternatives", 1976.
March 29, Palomar College. Part 2. Duplicate copy.
62 2 Horwitz, Channa - "Art Systems/Structures/Strategies" - Part 1, 1975.
November 17, Palomar College.
62 3 Horwitz, Channa - "Art Systems/Structures/Strategies" - Part 2, 1975.
November 17, Palomar College.
62 4 Horwitz, Channa - "Art Systems/Structures/Strategies" - Part 1, 1975.
November 17, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
62 5 Horwitz, Channa - "Art Systems/Structures/Strategies" - Part 2, 1975.
November 17, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
62 6 Irwin, Robert - "The Case of the Non-Objective Art" - Part 1, 1975.
October 20, Palomar College.
62 7 Irwin, Robert - "The Case of the Non-Objective Art" - Part 2, 1975.
October 20, Palomar College.
62 8 Marioni, Tom and Joyce Kozloff, 1975.
March 10 - Tom Marioni (from video) and May 5 - Joyce Kozloff, Palomar College.
62 9 Moore, Eudorah - "Environmental Sculpture", 1980.
February 26, SDSU.
62 10 Oliveros, Pauline and Judith Hoffberg - "Between Media" - Part 1, 1980.
March 11, SDSU.
62 11 Oliveros, Pauline and Judith Hoffberg - "Between Media" - Part 2, 1980.
March 11, SDSU.
62 12 Oliveros, Hoffberg and Rosenthal - From video, 1980.
Spring, SDSU. Audio dub, 28:00.
62 13 Plagens, Peter and Arlene Raven - From video, 1974.
Peter Plagens - 10/30 and Arlene Raven - 10/23, Palomar College.
62 14 Rainer, Yvonne - "A Woman Who..." - Part 1, 1975.
March 3, Palomar College.
62 15 Rainer, Yvonne - "A Woman Who..." - Part 2, 1975.
March 3, Palomar College.
62 16 Rainer, Yvonne - "A Woman Who..." - Part 3, 1975.
March 3, Palomar College.
62 17 Rainer, Yvonne, Joyce Shaw and Eleanor Antin, 1975.
March 3. Palomar College. Includes old recording of Eleanor Antin's video, no date.
63 1 Reiss, Roland - Part 1, 1980.
April 16, CSULB.
63 2 Reiss, Roland - Part 2, 1980.
April 16, CSULB.
63 3 Rosler, Martha - "The Artist: Political and Critical", 1977.
May 11, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
63 4 Rosler, Martha - "The Artist: Political and Critical", 1977.
May 11, Palomar College. (Second) duplicate copy.
63 5 Roth, Moira - "The Artist as Art" - Part 1, 1975.
March 31, Palomar College. See also, box 66, folder 3, for reel tape recording.
63 6 Roth, Moira - "The Artist as Art" - Part 2, 1975.
March 31, Palomar College.
63 7 FB40103 Roth, Moira - "The Artist as Art", 1975.
March 31, Palomar College. Recording on reel tape.
63 8 Rusha, Edward - "Art Talks," from video, 1976.
November 10, Palomar College.
63 9 Saar, Betty - "About Her Work", 1977.
October 11, Palomar College. Master.
63 10 Saar, Betty - "About Her Work", 1977.
October 11, Palomar College. Duplicate copy.
63 11 Schneider, Ira - "On Video", 1977.
February 23, Palomar College. Includes user copy.
63 12 Tucker, Nacy - "Speaking of Art", 1974.
January 23, UCSD Extension.
63 13 Wayne, June, 1976.
March 15, Palomar College.
63 14 FB40104 Wilder, Nick - "On Being a Dealer", 1975.
March 17, Palomar College. Recording on reel tape.
63 15 Wilder, Nick and Moira Roth, interviews - From video, 1975.
April 8, Palomar College.
63 16 Wilson, Martha - "Artists Books" - Part 1, 1978.
May 1, Palomar College.
63 17 Wilson, Martha - "Artists Books" - Part 2, 1978.
May 1, Palomar College.
63 18 Wortz, Melinda, 1978.
May 24, Palomar College.
63 19 Yokoi, Rita, 1978.
June 6, Palomar College.

Landmark Art Projects

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63 20 International Dialogue - Planning Committee - Part 1, 1979.
August 19. Master.
64 1 International Dialogue - Planning Committee- Part 2, 1979.
August 19. Master.
64 2 International Dialogue - Planning Committee - Part 1, 1979.
August 19. Duplicate copy.
64 3 International Dialogue - Planning Committee - Part 2, 1979.
August 19. Duplicate copy.
64 4 International Dialogue - Meeting at Schwartz - Part 1, 1980.
January 7.
64 5 International Dialogue - Meeting at Schwartz - Part 2, 1980.
January 7.
64 6 International Dialogue - Meeting at San Francisco - Part 1, 1980.
February 10. Participants include Jo Hanson, J. Butterfield, Moira Roth, M. Priopi, Michelangelo Pistoletto, and Joyce Cutler-Shaw.
64 7 International Dialogue - Meeting at San Francisco - Part 2, 1980.
February 10.
64 8 International Dialogue at Horwitz, 1980.
February 24.
64 9 International Dialogue - Meeting at Shaw house, 1980.
March 7. Participants include P. Stevens, R. Dulbecco, Phil Steinmetz, and Don and Sheryl Wechstein.

Landmark Art Collaborative

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64 10 FB40105 Performance Art/Art Performance - Sound for titles.
No date. 05:00. Recording on reel tape.
64 11 Performance Art/Art Performance - Frank and Friedman narrations, 1982.
June 7. 02:50.
64 12 FB40106 Performance Art/Art Performance - Frank and Friedman narrations, 1982.
June 7. 02:50. Recording on reel tape, master.
64 13 Performance Art/Art Performance - Hoffberg and Cutler-Shaw narrations, 1984.
January 14.
64 14 FB40107 Performance Art/Art Performance - Hoffberg and Cutler-Shaw narrations, 1984.
January 14. Recording on reel tape, master.
64 15 Performance Art/Art Performance - Loeffler and Hanson narrations, 1984.
January 18.
64 16 FB40108 Performance Art/Art Performance - Loeffler and Hanson narrations, 1984.
January 18. Recording on reel tape, master.
64 17 Meeting, 1983.
December 9.
64 18 Sushi presentation, 1983.
December 15.
64 19 Meeting for symposium planning at San Diego Museum of Natural History, 1985.
January 14. Participants include Jonas Salk, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Bill Wierenberg, and Helen Harrison.
64 20 Toward an International Dialogue at San Diego Museum of Natural History, 1985.
January 24. Participants include Jonas Salk, Helen Harrison, Bill Wierenberg, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Charles McLaughlin, and Niel Morgan.

Miscellaneous

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64 21 Anderson, Laurie, 1976.
April 21, Palomar College. Visiting lecture, not part of a series.
65 1 Bill's intro and Brazilian tune.
No date.
65 2 Buckley, William and Edward Teller from TV, 1979.
September 15.
65 3 Contemporary Avant-Garde, late 70s, early 80s?, from radio.
No date.
65 4 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce interview regarding The Lady and the Bird by Moira Roth - Part 1, 1975 - 1976.
65 5 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce interview regarding The Lady and the Bird by Moira Roth - Part 2.
No date. Mini-cassette tape.
65 6 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce interview regarding The Lady and the Bird by Moira Roth - Part 3.
No date. Mini-cassette tape.
65 7 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce interview regarding The Lady and the Bird by Moira Roth - Part 4.
No date. Mini-cassette tape.
65 8 Edward R. Murnow Symposium, 1978.
With Wald, former president of NBC and Frank Manhenietz, president of public broadcasting.
65 9 Future of TV - Communications Politics - Part 1, 1977.
March 6.
65 10 Future of TV - Communications Politics - Part 2, 1977.
March 6.
65 11 Future of TV - Technology panel - Part 1, 1977.
March 6.
65 12 Future of TV - Technology panel - Part 2, 1977.
March 6.
65 13 HATRACK THE HORSE, children's literature.
No date.
65 14 Jackson, Michael, interview with Judge for Jim Letters, 1978.
June 8.
65 15 Levi-Strauss, KPBS, 1980.
December 3.
65 16 Listen, VEC Audio Exchange, 1979.
January - March.
65 17 Vanguard Art - Part 1, 1975.
October 11, Palomar College. Side one contains John Baldessari, Moira Roth and Joyce Cutler-Shaw. Side two contains Antin performance, "The King." See also, MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS/ABOUT CUTLER-SHAW series, 10C (box 28, folder 21).
65 18 Vanguard Art - Part 2, 1975.
October 11, Palomar College. Contains afternoon panel recordings of Baldessari, Sekula, Shaw, Rosler, McCoy and De Lap.
65 19 Vanguard Art II - Part 1, 1976.
May 12, Palomar College. Allan Kaprow and Arlene Raven. "Alternative Attitudes."
65 20 Vanguard Art II - Part 2, 1976.
May 12, Palomar College.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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66 1 Boxes 1 - 20.
67 1 Boxes 22 - 39.

Accessions Processed in 2006

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CORRESPONDENCE

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General Correspondence

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68 1 A - C - Miscellaneous.
68 2 Carvalho, Josely, 1988.
68 3 Collins, James, 1978 - 1988.
68 4 D - H - Miscellaneous.
68 5 Hanson, Jo, 1976 - 1997.
68 6 I - K - Miscellaneous.
68 7 L - Miscellaneous.
68 8 Lacy, Suzanne, 1981 - 1994.
68 9 Lippard, Lucy, 1976 - 1985.
68 10 M - R - Miscellaneous.
68 11 Rosenthal, Rachel, 1978 - 1998.
68 12 S - Miscellaneous.
68 13 Schill, Ruedi, 1979 - 1983.
68 14 Smith, Barbara Stewart, 1988.
68 15 P - Z - Miscellaneous.
68 16 Unidentified Correspondents.
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68 17 Artpool.
68 18 Block, Mark.
68 19 Cavellini, Guglielmo Achille.
68 20 Cohen, Ryosuke.
68 21 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce.
68 22 Dakin, Susanna.
68 23 Duch, Leonhard.
68 24 Gaglione, Bill.
68 25 Glynn, Jim.
68 26 Melchert, Jim and Mary Ann.
68 27 Monden, Mario.
68 28 NoNet Productions.
68 29 Rastorfer, Jean Marc.
68 30 Rehfeldt, Robert.
68 31 Seidel, Frank.
68 32 Silnet, Katja.
68 33 Spiegelman, Lon.
68 34 Thomson, K.
68 35 Toth, Gabor.
68 36 Van Eechaute, Danny.
68 37 Umbrella.
68 38 Miscellaneous.
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68 39 Landmark Art Projects Incorporated, International Dialogue Advisory Committee.
68 40 "Messages from the World." United Nations Plaza, San Francisco, California, 1982.
69 1 "Survival - Evolution: Waters of the Nations" and "Messages from the World," 1-5.
69 2 "Survival - Evolution: Waters of the Nations" and "Messages from the World," 16 - 30.
69 3 "Survival - Evolution: Waters of the Nations" and "Messages from the World," 31 - 45.
69 4 "Survival - Evolution: Waters of the Nations" and "Messages from the World," 46 - 60.
69 5 "Survival - Evolution: Waters of the Nations" and "Messages from the World," 61 - 66.
69 6 "We the People: Messages Monument, no. 1".
69 7 "We the People, A Gift to the Nation," part 1.
69 8 "We the People, A Gift to the Nation," part 2.

ART AND ARTISTS

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69 9 Art and Artists - New Directions P.R. and Bios.
69 10 Art and Artists - Spring 76, Speakers Bios.
69 11 Art and Artists - Fall, Bios and Info, Speakers.
69 12 Art and Artists - Lectures, Speakers Correspondence, Fall and Spring.
69 13 Art and Artists - Readings.
70 1 Video Artists, Lists.

Artist Research Files

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70 2 Antin, David.
70 3 Antin, Eleanor.
70 4 Arneson, Robert.
70 5 Baca, Judy.
70 6 Baldessari, John.
70 7 Bell, Larry.
70 8 Burden, Chris.
70 9 Celmins, Vija.
70 10 Christo.
70 11 Cohen, Harold.
70 12 Collins, Jim.
70 13 Comini, Alessandra, Joseph Cornell, Claude Monet, Peter Paul Rubens, and Marc Rothko.
70 14 Delap, Tony.
70 15 Demarco, Richard.
70 16 Denes, Agnes.
70 17 Foulkes, Llyn.
70 18 Friedman, Ken - part 1.
71 1 Friedman, Ken - part 2.
71 2 Friedman, Ken - part 3.
71 3 Gilot, Francoise.
71 4 Glicksman, Hal.
71 5 Hanson, Jo.
71 6 Hershman, Lyn.
71 7 Horwitz, Channa.
71 8 Irwin, Robert.
71 9 Kaprow, Allan.
71 10 Kosuth, Joseph.
71 11 Krinzinger, Ursula.
71 12 Kozloff, Joyce.
71 13 Levine, Marilyn Anne.
71 14 Lewis, Samella.
71 15 Lippard, Lucy.
71 16 Nix, Marilyn.
71 17 Nochlin, Linda.
71 18 Pincus-Witten, Robert.
71 19 Rainer, Yvonne.
71 20 Raven, Arlene.
71 21 Reiss, Roland.
71 22 Rosler, Martha.
71 23 Ruscha, Edward.
71 24 Saar, Betty.
72 1 Schneider, Ira.
72 2 Sekula, Allan.
72 3 Singer, Isaac.
72 4 Thiebaud, Wayne.
72 5 Turrell, Jim.
72 6 Wilder, Nicholas.
72 7 Wilson, Martha.
72 8 Wortz, Melinda.
72 9 Yokoi, Rita.

PERFORMANCE ART HISTORY SUBJECT FILES

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72 10 Art Nouveau.
72 11 Artaud, Antonin.
72 12 Baudelaire, Charles.
72 13 Dadaism and Surrealism.
72 14 Dance.
72 15 Dandies.
72 16 Duchamp, Marcel.
72 17 Futurism.
72 18 Grosz, George.
72 19 Heartfield, John.
72 20 Kaprow, Allan.
72 21 October Revolution.
72 21 October Revolution.
72 22 Theater.
72 23 Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri.
72 24 Weimar.
72 25 Wigman, Mary.

Subject Files

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72 26 "The Anatomy Lesson" - Article for LEONARDO, part 1.
72 27 "The Anatomy Lesson" - Article for LEONARDO, part 2.
72 28 "The Anatomy Lesson" - Article for LEONARDO, part 3.
73 1 "The Anatomy Lesson" - Article for LEONARDO, part 4.
73 2 "The Anatomy Lesson" - Article for LEONARDO, part 5.
73 3 Art Scene, part 1.
73 4 Art Scene, part 2.
73 5 Art Scene, part 3.
73 6 Death and Dying.

Original Texts Handwritten

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73 7 Original Texts Handwritten - American Art.
73 8 Original Texts Handwritten - Miscellaneous, part 1.
73 9 Original Texts Handwritten - Miscellaneous, part 2.
73 10 Original Texts Handwritten - Miscellaneous, part 3.
74 1 Original Texts Handwritten - Miscellaneous, part 4.

Miscellaneous

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74 2 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 1.
74 3 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 2.
74 4 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 3.
74 5 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 4.
74 6 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 5.
75 1 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 6.
75 2 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 7.
75 3 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 8.
75 4 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 9.
75 5 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 10.
76 1 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 11.
76 2 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 12.
76 3 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 13.
76 4 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 14.
76 5 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 15.
76 6 Notes - Miscellaneous, part 16.

Notebooks

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77 1 Notebooks 1 - Cornell Show and Follow-up PR, May - September 1986.
77 2 Notebooks 2 - Estimates, Show Check Lists, Messenger, March - April 1986.
77 3 Notebooks 3 - Europe and Projects, August 1985.
77 4 Notebooks 4 - Film, Video, August - September 1985.
77 5 Notebooks 5 - Landmark, 1983.
77 6 Notebooks 6 - Landmark.
77 7 Notebooks 7 - Landmark, Dry Garden Project.
77 8 Notebooks 8 - Message Relay, August - September 1982.
77 9 Notebooks 9 - Messenger, September - November 1985.
77 10 Notebooks 10 - Messenger, Shows, November - December 1985.
77 11 Notebooks 11 - Messages from the World.
77 12 Notebooks 12 - Palomar Talk, Intersection Show, November 1987 - March 1988.
77 13 Notebooks 13 - Project Book, March 1985.
77 14 Notebooks 14 - San Francisco and Milos Sovak, April 1982.
77 15 Notebooks 15 - Schedules, Shows, August 1983.
78 1 Notebooks 16 - Transcripts, Texts, China Types.
78 2 Notebooks 17 - UN, NY, September - October 1982.
78 3 Notebooks 18 - Untitled, May 1985.
78 4 Notebooks 19 - Untitled, June 1985.
78 5 Notebooks 20 - Untitled, April - July 1988.
78 6 Notebooks 21 - Untitled, May - October 1988.
78 7 Notebooks 22 - Untitled, September 1986 - September 1987.
78 8 Notebooks 23 - Untitled, April 19 --.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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78 9 Announcements, unsigned.
78 10 Beirut, photocopies.
78 11 Brown, David Beck. "Insights on Sites".
HIDDEN LEAVES, n.d.
78 12 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. "From the Odyssey of the Messenger: Somewhere in Bavaria".
CRAWL OUT YOUR WINDOW no. 15 (May 1987): 60 - 63.
78 13 Cutler-Shaw, Joyce. "Panel Presentation for Ideas/Words/Images".
Womans Caucus for Art Conference (1992).
78 14 Ephemera, part 1.
78 15 Ephemera, part 2.
78 16 "From the Eight," photocopied pictures.
78 17 Newspaper Clippings - Miscellaneous.
78 18 Photograph, unidentified.


Finding aid generated: 2009-09-08