Learning Through Art records

Learning Through Art records

Collection Overview

Repository:
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives.
Creator:
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Education Department.
Title:
Learning Through Art records
Call Number:
A0015
Dates:
1970-2008 (bulk 1990 to 2005)
Volume:
48 cubic ft. (48 boxes)
Historical Abstract:
Learning Through Art (LTA) is an educational program run by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) Education Department. LTA is an artists-in-the-schools program that encourages teachers and teaching artists to design art projects that support student learning across the curriculum. LTA focuses on both looking at art and hands-on art making.
Scope and Content Abstract:
The Learning Through Art (LTA) records span the years 1970 to 2008 (bulk 1990 to 2005). The collection documents the creation and existence of LTA as an education organization and the programs it offers. The collection includes administration, exhibition, programming records for the in-school residencies, workshops and tours, publications, research and audio visual materials. The majority of the records from Series 2 and Series 4 have been digitized and can be viewed in the folder list. Select records were not digitized due to copyright concerns.
Location:
OS
Language:
Collection is primarily in English and Spanish.
Arrangement:
Organized into 6 series: 1. Administration; 2. Exhibitions; 3. Programming; 4. Publications; 5. Research; and 6. Visual Material and Multi-Media.
Restrictions:
The collection is partially restricted. For further information, please consult the Manager of the Library and Archives.
Publication Rights:
Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Manager of the Library and Archives.
Preferred Citation:
Learning Through Art records. A0015. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York, NY.
Subjects:
Art in education.
Learning to Read Through the Arts Programs, Inc.
Lieberman, Natalie K.
Museums -- Educational aspects.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum -- Education Department.
Finding aid prepared by Holly Deakyne in March 2009.

The arrangement and description of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives' Learning Through Art records was made possible in part by a grant from the Documentary Heritage Program of the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department.

Historical Note

Learning Through Art (LTA) is an educational program run by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) Education Department. LTA has been known by multiple names throughout its history: the Summer Program for Children or Project ICK (for Inner-City Kids), Learning to Read Through the Arts for Inner-City Children, Learning to Read Through the Arts and finally Learning Through Art. LTA is an artists-in-the-schools program that encourages teachers and teaching artists to design art projects that support student learning across the curriculum. LTA focuses on both looking at art and hands-on art making. Research on LTA and other children's programs shows that this combination of activities helps students build important critical-thinking, art, and literacy skills.

LTA was conceived of by Natalie K. Lieberman (NKL) in response to the elimination of art and music programs in NYC public schools in the 1960s. Beginning in 1969, NKL was the Education Development Officer at SRGM. By summer 1971, NKL, with the assistance of the SRGM and the Board of Education of the City of New York, launched the pilot program that would become LTA. The summer pilot program served 206 inner-city children between the ages of ten and twelve through one month of workshops. According to an SRGM press release from the fall of 1971, the goal of the pilot program was to demonstrate that "…the arts are as vital and effective means of learning as more traditionally accepted methods of education." Due to the success of the summer pilot, a year-long program was initiated in December 1971 with NKL as the head of LTA. This program took place after school on weekdays and all day on Saturdays. The New York State Council on the Arts provided a grant to supplement the funding received from New York state.

As of 1974, LTA began employing practicing artists as teachers. At this time, LTA created a format that placed teaching artists in classrooms during the school day. In 1975, LTA (at that time Learning to Read Through the Arts) reorganized as a foundation in order to secure additional grant funding. At that time, the National Right to Read Effort in the United States Office of Education recognized LTA as one of twelve exemplary education programs.

In the 1990s, NKL began proceedings to merge LTA with the SRGM. The merger was finalized in 1995. That same year, the SRGM officially established its Education Department, of which LTA became a part. LTA staff members were able to use their expertise in community outreach to assist in the creation of the SRGM Education Department. The first head of the SRGM Education Department was Marilyn JS Goodman, Ed.D. (MJSG), a key figure in LTA's history. MJSG's relationship with LTA began around 1984 when she was a visiting professor at Rutgers University and LTA offered education graduate seminars at Rutgers. MJSG worked with LTA again in 1992 when she performed an evaluation on LTA's program at Draper Elementary School in Washington, D.C.

The student eligibility criterion for LTA has changed over time. Initially, the criteria allowed participation for any NYC child between the ages of ten and twelve. In 1974, the focus changed to children in that same age range, who were performing academically at least two years below their level in reading and math. In 1980, the program's criteria focused on students behind in reading, academically gifted students and students perceptually or emotionally impaired. By 1987, the program was open to classes from pre-kindergarten through high school. By 2008, the focus tightened to second grade through sixth grade.

As of 2009, LTA places teaching artists in school residencies for periods of eight to twenty-two weeks. The teaching artist will visit a class once a week to provide instruction in art. Aside from residencies, LTA has programming in the form of workshops; these are all other classes offered by LTA that are not an in-school residency. Workshops are designed for parents, students, teachers or teaching artists. For students, they are special programming apart from residencies that can last from one day to one week long. They can take place after school or in the summer. Student workshops also include visits during a residency to off-site locations where artwork is made or lessons are taught. In general, parent workshops are only for those with a child in a residency. Parent workshops are a way to encourage parents to become involved in their child's education. For teachers, the workshops are considered professional development and instruct teachers in how to assist the teaching artists during residencies and how to implement art instruction on their own. LTA also publishes tour and activity guides for teachers and parents to use during visits to the exhibitions at the SRGM and other venues, and conducts tours of the SRGM exhibitions.

Between 1996 and 2002, LTA developed affiliate programs outside of NYC both nationally and internationally. In 1992, an LTA residency was based in Washington, D.C. because LTA staff "wanted to test out its … program on a new city." LTA and The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts worked together during this residency. Prior to that, non-NYC workshops and residencies were in schools close to NYC like the Vroom Learning Center and the McAfee School, both of which are in New Jersey.

In 1996, LTA piloted Aprendiendo a través del arte (AAA), a Spanish language version of LTA, in the boroughs of Iztacalco and Iztapalapa in Mexico City. After the success of the Mexican programs, LTA began to collaborate internationally with program partners in Ecuador, Italy and Spain. A program partner provides on-site project managers and teachers to adapt LTA programming to fit a particular country or city's school curriculum. In addition to implementing residency programs in other countries, LTA also held workshops in other countries. These involved an exchange of artists between the two participating schools. A group of students in the foreign country would have the same curriculum as a group in NYC. At the end, there would be an exchange between the students of the work produced for cultural comparison. The works could include pen pal letters, photographs or other artwork. By 2003, LTA had reverted to only serving schools in the NYC area. AAA still operates in Ecuador and Mexico, but is no longer affiliated with LTA.

LTA residencies and workshops culminate with an exhibition of artwork produced by the participants. This yearly show is called "A Year With Children" (AYWC) and showcases artwork created throughout the year by the children during their in-school residencies with teaching artists. AYWC provides teachers with concrete examples of methods for integrating art and curriculum and allows the public a glimpse of the student work accomplished through LTA's programs. Participation in AYWC is open to all LTA students, including those in the affiliate programs. The initial exhibition in 1971 was called "A Summer With Children" before the LTA program was not yet year-long. While the SRGM was closed for renovation from 1990 to1993, the NYC exhibition was called "The Great Mural," situated outside across the street from the SRGM, and on display during NYC's annual Museum Mile Festival.

From 1989 to 2000, AYWC included an awards ceremony and benefit event called A Night For All the Arts. During this event, LTA staff awarded individuals who made significant contributions to arts education. Awards also were given to teaching artists. Awards ceremonies and benefit events continue, but without their former name. AYWC also includes a Family Day event where participants in LTA's residencies bring their parents and friends to see the exhibition and make art. In some cases, teaching artists set up in-school exhibitions for their classes. There also have been exhibitions in alternative locations such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany's, Carnegie Hall, and the Mexican Consulate. One teaching artist convinced QLinn to donate space on an electronic billboard in Times Square for the exhibition "Toy As An Expression of Self."

LTA constantly conducts evaluations of its programming and engages third-parties to do the same. In the early 1970s, New York University's Field Services Division (NYUFSD) evaluated students' performance to measure the educational impact the program had in areas of reading and math. From 2003 to 2006, Randi Korn and Associates (RKA) conducted the study Teaching Literacy Through Arts (TLTA) funded by an Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination (AEMDD) grant from the U.S. Department of Education. RKA designed TLTA to examine the impact of LTA programming on third-grade students' ability to describe and interpret art, and to apply these skills to understanding written text. In July 2006, in conjunction with the release of the TLTA research findings, the SRGM held a conference exploring how inquiry supports art-making and promotes critical thinking and creativity. In June 2007, SRGM Senior Education Manager Rebecca Shulman Herz spoke about the TLTA research findings as a participant in the Smithsonian's G. Brown Goode Education Lecture Series. Following the success of the TLTA study, another AEMDD grant was awarded to study the links between participation in LTA programs and the development of problem-solving skills among fifth-grade students. In the spring of 2007, Dr. Michael Hanchett Hanson and his students in the Master's concentration in Creativity and Cognition at Columbia Teacher's College completed a study of the ways in which LTA teaching artists and classroom teachers encourage creativity among participating students.

The below is a select list of teaching artists.

Teaching Artists

1971Rick Wessler
1981-1982Shinder, Jason
1982-1983Kuo, NinaShinder, Jason
1985-1986Cassotta, JonPicasso, Paloma
1987-1988Birch, Willie; Cassotta, Jon; Collins, Fred; Dien, Laurie; Dietrich, Luanne; Harrison, Julie; Lange, Marion; Nozick, Lori; Secour, Joanne; Skipitares, Theodora; Skolnick, Lee; Staikidis, Kryssi; Walker, Fai; Worley, Hettie; Williams, Jeff
1989-1990Arman; Picasso, Paloma; Rauschenberg, Robert
1990-1991Bertles, John; Lange, Marion
1991-1992Birch, Willie; Cassotta, Jon; Conn, Robert; Heller, Neddi; Lynn, Veronica; Nelson, Jalalu K.; Richardson, David
1992-1993Adkins, Terry; Bertles, John; Birch, Willie; Blanche, Dino; Cassotta, Jon; Collins, Fred; Dietrich, Luann; Heller, Neddi; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; St. Croix, Judith; Vega, Manuel; Velasquez, Carlos; Williams, Nikki
1993-1994Arman; Backuswalcott, Chey; Bertles, John; Collins, Fred; Dietrich, Luann; Dominquez, Maria; Lange, Marion; Mayr, Susan; Miller, Nicole; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Nelson, Jalalu K.; Plonka, Lavinia; Rothschild, Gail; Skipitares, Theodora; St. Croix, Judith; Travis, Jack; Vega, Manuel; Yarrow, Peter
1994-1995Collins, Fred; Dietrich, Luann; Ellington, Mercedes; Fisher, Susan; Vega, Manuel
1996-1997Bergman, Daniel; Cassotta, Jon; Collins, Fred; Dietrich, Luann; Fisher, Susan; Fontana, Franko; Garaigorta, Charo; Hylton, Kevin; Nathaniel; Katz, Nancy Modlin; Mayr, Susan; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Morningstar, Sayyini; Moux, Esther; Rosales, Marcos; Seidman, Mary; Skipitares, Theodora; St. Croix, Judith; Vega, Manuel
1997-1998Bergman, Daniel; Brown, Laura Halsey; Bullock, Barbara J.; Cassotta, JonCollins, Fred; Courtney, Erin; Dituri, Frank; Fontana, Franco; Garaigorta, Charo; Hylton, Kevin Nathaniel; Katz, Nancy Modlin; Khaja, Samarra; Koch, Roberto; Latham-Stiefel, Caroline; Mann, Harry; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Nigro, Danielle; Nonino, Francesco; Omenetto, Cristina; Rubaja, Carina; Seidman, Mary; Skipitares, Theodora; Vega, Manuel
1998-1999Burton, Angelique; Eubanks, Limeul
1999-2000Miranda, Nancy Salomon
2000-2001Miranda, Nancy Salomon
2001-2002Cereijido, Fabian P.; Garaigorta, Charo; Guttman, Andrea; Harmon, Jennifer; Katz, Nancy Modlin; Lally, Aimee Mower; Levy, Scott; Mayr, Susan; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Reinauer, Lori; Sabharwal, Tara; Schwartz, Nancy; Tenazas-Norman, Reynolds
2002-2003Katz, Nancy Modlin; Levy, Scott; Sibilia, Elizabeth; Shute, Laurel; Tenazas-Norman, Reynolds
2003-2004Lally, Aimee Mower; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Newcomb, Kae; Walters, Paula; Ziccardi, Jill
2004-2005Anderson, Alice; Bevill, Jennifer; Cecere, Jennifer; Crosby, Karioki; Delemantre, Jackie; Drake, Ascha Kells; Greco, Ardina; Guttman, Andrea; Jacque, Anette; Lambert, Emily; Mayr, Susan; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Moroney, Kathleen; Newcomb, Kae; Perez, Antonia; Tenazas-Norman, Reynolds; Ziccardi, Jill
2006-2007Baird, Kate; Bevill, Jennifer; Cecere, Jen; Drake, Ascha Kells; Greco, Ardina; Hopkins, Jeff; Iannacone, Linda; Jacque, Annette; Lally, Aimee Mower; Lambert, Emily; Mayr, Susan; McQuarrie, Mollie; Melin, Kristin; Miranda, Nancy Salomon; Perez, Antonia; Street, Rachelle; Tenazas-Norman, Reynolds
2007-2008Baird, Kate; Bevill, Jennifer; Cecere, Jen; Drake, Ascha Kells; Dzula, Mark; Gibson, Emily; Greco, Ardina; Hopkins, Jeff; Lambert, Emily; Mayr, Susan; McQuarrie, Mollie; Melin, Kristin; Perez, Antonia; Reynolds, James

Bibliography

Department of Public Affairs Press Releases. A0035. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York, NY.
"Learning Through Art," The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, http://www.learningthroughart.org/.

Scope and Content Note

The Learning Through Art (LTA) records span the years 1970 to 2008 (bulk 1990 to 2005). The collection documents the creation and existence of LTA as an education organization and the programs it offers. The collection includes administration, exhibition, programming records that include documentation on in-school residencies, workshops and tours, publications, research and audio visual material. The bulk of the collection is comprised of administration, programming and visual material and multi-media.

The collection is divided into six series: Series 1. Administration; Series 2. Exhibitions; Series 3. Programming; Series 4. Publications; Series 5. Research; and Series 6. Visual Materials and Media. Series 1. Administration includes records created by LTA administrators during the normal course of business. It consists of correspondence, day files (chronological file of all ingoing and outgoing correspondence), newspaper clippings, personnel records, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) Education Department records relating to LTA, the SRGM and LTA merger, and records about grants, development, finance, marketing, and other organizations LTA was involved with around New York City and state. Series 2. Exhibitions contains records pertaining to exhibitions curated by LTA that feature student artwork created during LTA programs. It is comprised of correspondence; financial documentation; printed programs and brochures for exhibitions; project forms describing the artwork to be included in exhibitions; public relations materials; shipping documents; participant lists; design details; and viewbooks that summarize exhibitions and year-long residencies. Series 3. Programming contains records pertaining to LTA's curriculum for children, parents and teachers; curriculum is the set of courses, and their content, offered by LTA. Programming is organized into four subseries: A. General; B. Residencies; C. Tours; and D. Workshops. Series 4. Publications includes all items published by LTA. It contains brochures, bulletins, guides and newsletters. The brochures, bulletins and newsletters report on LTA activities during residencies, tours and workshops, and list sponsors, board members and participating schools. Guides explain how to implement art learning strategies. Series 5. Research contains records on the assessment by third parties of LTA's educational value and impact on children. These assessments include analyses of data, conferences, dissertations, evaluations, statistics and studies. Series 6. Visual Material and Media includes photographic materials and other visual media documenting LTA's programming and other activities. It contains an audio tape, compact discs, contact sheets, negatives, photographic prints, slides, VHS tapes and DVDs.

The majority of the records from Series 2 and Series 4 have been digitized and can be viewed in the folder list of the collection's online finding aid. Select records were not digitized due to copyright concerns.

Series Descriptions

Series 1. Administration, 1971-2008 (bulk 1990-1995), 13.5 cubic ft.
Summary: Administration consists of records created by Learning Through Art (LTA) administrators during the normal course of business. It consists of correspondence, day files (chronological file of all ingoing and outgoing correspondence), newspaper clippings, personnel records, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) Education Department records relating to LTA, the SRGM and LTA merger, and records about grants, development, finance, marketing, and other organizations LTA was involved with around New York City and state. A small amount of founder Natalie K. Lieberman's (NKL) correspondence extends beyond her activities in LTA and is considered personal. Correspondence to and from specific entities outside of LTA are listed under the name of that entity and not in the general correspondence section. Highlights of the series include a 1974 letter from the United States Office of Education congratulating LTA on its selection as an outstanding validated reading program by The National Right to Read Program, and a 1990 letter from Barbara Bush to NKL commending her on the success of LTA.
Arrangement: Organized alphabetically.
Series 2. Exhibitions, 1971-2008 (bulk 1993-2008), 3.5 cubic ft.
Summary: Series 2. Exhibitions contains records pertaining to exhibitions curated by Learning Through Art (LTA) that feature student artwork created during LTA programs. The records include correspondence; financial documentation; printed programs and brochures for exhibitions; project forms describing the artwork to be included in exhibitions; public relations materials; shipping documents; participant lists; design details; and viewbooks that summarize exhibitions and year-long residencies. Restricted folders contain financial information, guest lists and shipping. Select records are restricted according to The Privacy Act of 1974, The Freedom of Information Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. This includes student records. The number in parentheses in the title refers to the number assigned by the curatorial department to the exhibition. Exhibitions through 1989 have these assigned numbers. Special record formats include architectural plans, photographs, compact discs and fabric samples. The annual SRGM exhibition "A Year With Children" (AYWC) comprises the bulk of this series. Please note that not every AYWC exhibition is documented in this collection. AYWC exhibitions that are not documented include 1970, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1986 and 1987. In addition to AYWC, this collection contains records documenting exhibitions held in locations other than SRGM such as stores, consulates and outdoor areas. Highlights include a 1998 congratulatory letter from Mayor Rudolph Giuliani to the recipients of the Art Start for Children Award and a 1996 handwritten letter from Red Grooms, a possible recipient of the award.
Arrangement: Organized alphabetically.
Series 3. Programming, 1971-2008 (bulk 1990-2008), 12.5 cubic ft.
Summary: Series 3. Programming contains records pertaining to Learning Through Art's (LTA) curriculum for children, parents and teachers. The LTA curriculum is made up of in-school artist residencies, tours and workshops. Restricted folders contain correspondence that discusses financial or legal information; end-of-year reports; evaluations of teaching artists by LTA staff; financial documents; legal documents; observation notes on residencies by LTA staff; student records; teacher and teaching artist comments evaluating the success of the residency. Select records are restricted according to The Privacy Act of 1974, The Freedom of Information Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. This includes student records. It is important to note that these records are for historical research purposes only. Current materials and resources for educators can be found on LTA's website: www.learningthroughart.org/ [March 2009].
Arrangement: Organized into four subseries: A. General; B. Residencies; C. Tours; and D. Workshops. Folders are organized alphabetically within each subseries.
Series 4. Publications, 1970-2005 (bulk 1991-2002), 1.5 cubic ft.
Summary: 4. Publications contains published materials created by Learning Through Art (LTA) to inform the public about LTA activities and programming. This includes a general section for the planning of publications and information on publishers, annual newsletters, a book written by Director of Education Marilyn J. S. Goodman, brochures, bulletins, guides, newsletters, a viewbook about LTA, and year-end reports. The annual newsletters, brochures, bulletins, newsletters and year-end reports describe LTA activities during residencies, tours and workshops, and list sponsors, board members and participating schools for the preceding month or year. Guides explain how to implement LTA-type art learning strategies.
Arrangement: Organized alphabetically.
Series 5. Research, 1972-2007, 1 cubic ft.
Summary: 5. Research contains assessments by third parties of Learning Through Art's (LTA) educational programs and the value of their impact. These assessments include analysis of data, dissertations, evaluations, statistics and studies. The bulk of this series is evaluations and studies. Evaluations are done in the time period of one year or during the course of a program. Evaluations are divided between those conducted on individual programs and those conducted on LTA programming as a whole. Individual program folders are listed by the title of the program or the location of the program. Overall program folders are listed by the agency that produced the evaluation. Studies are multi-year assessments with a specific focus (not just the overall LTA program) or involve other programs along with LTA.
Arrangement: Organized alphabetically.
Series 6. Visual Material and Multi-Media, 1970-2007 (bulk 1989-1995), 13 cubic ft.
Summary: 6. Visual Material and Multi-Media contains images, videos and audio recordings created by Learning Through Art (LTA) staff, teaching artists, parents and collaborators of participants in events, residencies and workshops during the course of LTA programming and other activities. A. Images mostly depicts exhibitions, residencies and workshops. Formats include compact discs, contact sheets, negatives, photographic prints in color and black and white, and slides. The bulk of this subseries are photographic prints ranging from 3x5 inches to 8x10 inches. The mounted prints are nonstandard sizes. The compact discs, contact sheets, negatives and slides mostly reflect the content in the photographic prints. Sacred Photo Books are scrapbooks made by LTA staff and include a mixture of photographs and negatives of exhibitions and programming. Visual Materials Boxes contain photographic prints and slides of administration events, exhibitions and programming. The contents of Sacred Photo Books and Visual Materials Boxes may overlap with images from the rest of the subseries. General folders in Exhibitions contain images from all of the exhibitions. General folders in Programming contain images from all of the residencies, tours and workshops. B. Media depicts a general overview of LTA programming, audio props from exhibitions, newscast recordings about LTA, and student projects. Student projects includes drama and dance performances, video project products and other recordings of artwork by students. This series is comprised of 1 audio tape, 1 compact disc, 5 DVDs and 40 VHS tapes.
Arrangement: Organized into two subseries: A. Images and B. Media.

Folder List

Series 1. Administration, 1971-2008 (bulk 1990-1995), 13.5 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
30th Anniversary
6440631Correspondence 1999
6440632T-Shirts (restricted)2000
6440633Alumni (restricted)2007
6440634Art Expo1992
6440635-6Arts and Cultural Education Network (2 folders) (1 restricted)1992-1993
6440637-8Arts Education Learning Unit Database (2 folders) (1 restricted)1999-2000
Awards
644063,
505122
9, 1Awarderundated
64406310The National Right to Read Program of the U.S. Office of Education1974-1975
644063,
505122
11, 2Recipient1976-2000
64406312B. Dalton Bookseller National Literacy Initiative Partnership (restricted)1985
64406313-15Bilbao Planning (3 folders) (1 restricted)1994-1995
64406316Board of Directors: Correspondence and Meetings (restricted)1992-1995
Board of Education of the City of New York
7733791Agreements (restricted)1971-1988
64406317Arts and Education Policy1991
64406318Arts Education Roundtable1993-1994
64406319Bureau of Art1973-1974
64406320Caring Community Research Guide1998
64406321-22Correspondence (2 folders) (1 restricted)1971-1996
64406323Curriculum Guidesundated, 1994
64406324Evaluations (restricted)undated, 1974
7733792Listing Applications (restricted)1982-1992
644063,
773379
25-27, 3 Mailings (4 folders)1973-2002
64406328Office of ESEA-Title I1971
64406329-30Proposals (2 folders) (restricted)1972-1976
Brochures
64406331Book Signingcirca 1999
64406332The Natalie K. Lieberman Chaircirca 1996
64406333Calendars: Special Events1995-1996
64406334City of New York: Correspondence1990-1993
64406335Citywide Shadow Day1995
644063,
678068,
651707,
101312
36-38, 1-30, 1-28, 1-19 Class Lists and Release Forms (80 folders) (restricted)1995-2007
10131220Commissioner of Education: Correspondence 1981
Conferences
10131221The 1989 National Summit Conference on the Arts and Education1989
10131222Administrators in Compensatory Education in New York State, Inc. Fourth Annual Conference1973
10131223Face to Face2006
10131224The Improvement of Reading Through the Arts1973
10131225International Reading Association Symposium1977
10131226Pilot Project Improving Reading Skills Through the Arts1973
10131227Reading in the Subject Areas1973
10131228Towards Humanizing Education 19741974
10131229The Urban School1974
10131230You, Your Child, and Art1974
Correspondence
101312,
773379
31-35, 4-5General (7 folders) (2 restricted)1971-2003
10131236Interested Schools1993-2001
Letters of Support
101312,
771121
37-38, 1General (3 folders)1978-1997
7711212Students (restricted)undated, 1982
771121,
773379,
505122
3-8, 6-8, 3Lieberman, Natalie (8 folders)1974-1996
7711219Liederkranz Building1995
77112110Staffing 1995
77112111Council of Chief State School Officers/The National Assessment Governing Board1993
77112112Curriculum Development Days2007-2008
771121,
678066
13-33, 1-25 Day Files (46 folders) (restricted)1994-1998
67806626Department of Treasury (restricted)1975
678066,
662215,
773379
27-30, 1-2, 9-10Development (8 folders) (restricted)1993-1997
Documentaries
6622153-4General (2 folders) (1 restricted)1997-1998
662215,
773379
5, 11A Pig With Hair (2 folders)1996-1998
Donations
662215,
773379
6, 12General (2 folders) (restricted)1995-1998
662215,
773379
7-8, 13Materials for the Arts (3 folders) (restricted)1990-2007
6622159-10Silkscreen Print: Rivers, Larry (2 folders) (1 restricted)1991
66221511-12Educational Advisory Committee (2 folders) (1 restricted)1995-1998
66221513Evaluation: American Association of Museums (restricted)circa 1995
Events
Benefit
66221514Bearden, Romare1992
66221515Committee (restricted)1995
66221516Open House: Invitation1974
662215,
773379
17-21, 14 Finance (6 folders) (restricted)1973-2005
66221522Floppy Disks (restricted)undated, 1989-1990
66221523Forms: Evaluations1998
662215,
649572,
773379
24-28, 1-33, 15-19 Grants (43 folders) (restricted)1972-2005
Holiday
64957234Cardsundated
64957235Party Invitations1994
64957236Insurance (restricted)1994-1998
64957237Latin Percussion1993-1995
64957238Legal (restricted)1992-1995
64957239Lieberman, Natalie: Funeralcirca 1996
64957240Mailing Lists (restricted)undated, 1987
Marketing
649572,
773379
41, 20General (2 folders)1973, 1995-1997
64957242Meeting Agendas and Materials1996-1998
1013071Packets1992-1995
77337921Meetings: Agenda and Notesundated, 1995-2006
1013072Methodology1993-1994
1013073-6Mission Statements and Strategic Planning (4 folders) (1 restricted)1995-2008
1013077New York City Public Schools Core Curriculum Meetings1991-1992
1013078New York International Festival for the Arts1998
1013079New York Museums Educator's Roundtable1995
10130710[New York] State Education Department: Correspondence1973-1975
10130711New Teacher Staff Development Program Education Fair2004
10130712-42Newspaper Clippings and Magazine Articles (31 folders)undated, 1971-2001
10130743Notes and Researchundated
10130744Overview of Programs and Initiatives1995
Personnel
General
6919821Orientations for Artists and Teachers1994
6919822Roles and Responsibilities for Artists and Teachers 1996
Administrators
6919823Agreements and Hire Letters (restricted)1989-1998
6919824-5Applications and Resumes (2 folders) (restricted)1976-2001
6919826Contact Lists (restricted)1973-1996
6919827Executive Director's Progress Report (restricted)1993
6919828Job Descriptionsundated, 1995-1996
6919829Individuals (restricted)1998
69198210Performance Reviews (restricted)1994-1996
69198211-12Publications (2 folders)1986-1991
69198213Retreats1996-2007
691982,
773379
14, 22Staff Development Meetings (2 folders) (1 restricted)1996-1999
69198215W-4 (restricted)1987
Artist Assistants
69198216Agreements (restricted)2001-2004
69198217-19Applications and Resumes (3 folders) (restricted)2000-2003
69198220Contact Lists (restricted)undated, 1996-2007
69198221Correspondence2001-2007
69198222Evaluations (restricted)2007
69198223Feedback (restricted)2003
69198224Job Descriptions 1996-2007
69198225Orientations2001-2008
Interns
69198226-29Applications and Resumes (4 folders) (restricted)1994-2000
69198230Contacts and Resourcesundated
69198231Correspondence1995-2000
69198232Evaluations (restricted)1996-1998
69198233Job Descriptions1971
69198234Log (restricted)1998
69198235Notesundated
69198236Placements (restricted)1995
69198237Project: Nikkal, Nancy Egol1996
Teaching Artists
69198238Advice2007
69198239-40Agreements and Hire Letters (2 folders) (restricted)1992-2003
69198241Applications and Resumes (restricted)1996-2002
69198242Binders and Packets1996-2008
69198243Contact Lists (restricted)1995-2008
691982,
643885,
773379
44-45, 1, 23Correspondence (5 folders) (1 restricted)1973-2007
6438852-4Feedback (3 folders) (restricted)1990-2004
6438855Goals2002-2004
6438856-8Individuals (3 folders) (restricted)1997-1998
6438859Interviewsundated, 1996
64388510Job Descriptions undated, 1992-2008
64388511-15Meetings and Minutes (5 folders)1990-2007
64388516Notes on Students (restricted)1993-1994
64388517-19Orientation and Training (3 folders) (1 restricted)undated, 1990-2003
64388520Performance Reviews (restricted)2007
64388521Publication1989
64388522Salaries (restricted)1995
64388523-25Timesheets (3 folders) (restricted)1995-1999
64388526Volunteers: Contact List (restricted)1997-1998
64388527Placement Planning (restricted)1991-1992
64388528Policies: School Groups (restricted)1995-1996
Presentations
0005228Booklet (restricted)circa 1993
64388529Speechundated
64388530-31Program Self-Assessment (2 folders)1997-2008
Proposals
64388532Adopt-A-Schoolundated
64388533Books1982
64388534Children's Program1973
64388535College Textbook and Accompanying Workbook1992
Other Institutions
64388536Children's Media Project1995
64388537Persimmon Tree Project1999
64388538Salvadori Educational Center on Built Environment1994-1995
Public Relations
64388539Press Kits1989-1992
64388540Press Releases1973-1995
64388541Publicityundated, 1995
64388542Reading Listundated
64388543Rental Space (restricted)1973-1974
64388544Reports (restricted)1973, 1999
7098761Saks Fifth Avenue Site Visits1998
Schools
7098762-3Agreements (2 folders) (restricted)1998-2003
77337924Contact Lists1995-1997
7098764-8Correspondence (5 folders) (1 restricted)1992-2008
7098769Lists1996-1997
70987610Responsibilitiesundated, 1996
70987611Statistics (restricted)1990-1993
70987612Surveys (restricted)2003
Teachers
70987613Contact Lists (restricted)1997
70987614-16Evaluations (3 folders) (restricted)2001-2004
70987617-25Orientations (9 folders) (3 restricted)1998-2008
77337925Training Research1991-1993
70987626Slide Library1994-1995
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Education Department
709876,
773379
27, 26Meetings (2 folders)1995-1997
70987628Organizational Charts1995-1996
70987629-30Planning (2 folders)1993-1996
70987631Programming Overview1996-1997
70987632-33Proposal (2 folders) (1 restricted) undated, 1990-1993
70987634-35Strategic Plan (2 folders) (1 restricted)1996
Merger
7733641General (restricted)1991-1995
7733642Invitationcirca 1995
7733643Student Drawing of Buildingcirca 1997
773364,
773379
4-6, 27Sponsorship (4 folders) (restricted)1973-1998
7733647Surveys: Other Institutions1995-1996
77337928Task Lists1995-1996
7733648Teacher Resource Center1997
7733649Theatre Schedule1996-1997
77336410-11Vendors (2 folders) (restricted)1991-1997
77336412Website: Evaluations (restricted)2004
Series 2. Exhibitions, 1971-2008 (bulk 1993-2008), 3.5 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
A Year With Children
773379291971 (#242): Press Releases1971
773364131972 (#255): Guidelines, Press Releases1972
773364131972 (#255): Newspaper Clippings1972
1973 (#269)
77336414Brochure, Press Release1973
77336414Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings1973
77336415Restricted1973
773364161974 (#281): Brochure, Press Release1974
773364161974 (#281): Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings1974
1975 (#290)
77336417Brochure, Press Release, Poster1975
77336417Newspaper Clippings1975
77336418Restricted1975
1976 (#304)
77336419Benefit Invitation, Brochure, Press Release, Posters1976
77336419Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings1976
77336420Restricted1976
1977 (#317)
77337930Brochure, Poster1977
77337930Newspaper Clippings1977
77336421Restricted1977
1978 (#336)
77336422Planning Memorandum1978
77336423Press Release1978
773364241980 (#362): Press Release1980
1981 (#379)
77336425Children's Day: Invitations1981
77336426Press Release1981
77336427a1982 (#396): Press Release, Schedule1982
77336427b1983 (#426): Correspondence1983
1985 (#447)
77336428Comment Book1985
77336429aInvitations1985
1986 (#466): Public Relations
77336429bGeneral1986-1987
77336429cPress Kits1986
77336429dPress Release1986
773379311988 (#504): Brochures, Press Release1988
773379311988 (#504): Newspaper Clippings1988
1989 (#515)
77337932A Night For All the Arts: Invitation and Printed Program, Brochures, Fact Sheet, Press Release1989
773379331990s: Great Mural Bannercirca 1990-1992
1990
77336430A Night For All the Arts: Award Nominees and Recipients, Invitation, Printed Programs1990
77336431Fact Sheet, Invitations, Wall Text 1990
77336431Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Report1990
1991
77336432A Night For All the Arts: Invitation1991
77336433Correspondence, Museum Mile Activity and Brochure1991
77336433Fact Sheet, Museum Mile Invitation1991
77336434Restricted1991
1992
77336435A Night For All the Arts: Invitations, Printed Programs1992
77337934Brochure, The Great Mural III Press Release, Teaching Artists Statements, Traveling Brochures1992
77337934Correspondence, The Great Mural Brochure, Notes, Permit1992
77336436Wall Text1992
1993
77336437A Night For All the Arts: Invitations, Printed Programs1993
77336438Checklists, Great Mural IV Fact Sheet, Layout, Postcard1993
77336438Correspondence, Event Form, Notes, Survey1993
77337935Brochures 1993
77336439Comment Book1993
77336440Press Release1993
77336441Viewbook1993
77336442Wall Text1993
77336443Restricted1993
1994
A Night For All the Arts
77336444Awards1994
77336445Logistics and Schedule1994
77336446Printed Program1994
77336447Activity with Examples1994
77337936Brochures1994
77336448Checklist1994
77337937Correspondence1994
77336449Invitations: Educator Reception, Family Day1994
77337938Layout1994
77336450Meeting Agenda1994
77336451Newspaper Clippings1994
77336452Press Releases1994
77336453Teaching Artist Statements1994
77336453Tour Survey1994
77336454Viewbook1994
77337939Wall Text 1994
77336455-58Restricted (4 folders)1994
1995
77336459A Night For All the Arts: Invitations, Printed Programs1995
77336460Checklists1995
77336461Correspondence1995
77336461Family Day Invitation1995
77337940Layout1995
77336462Press Release1995
77336463Project Forms1995
6517081Teaching Artist Statements, Timelines1995
Tours
6517082Nynex1995
6517083Packets1995
6517084-5Viewbook (2 folders)1995
6517086Wall Text (2 folders)1995
6517087-9Restricted (3 folders)1995
1996
65170810A Night For All the Arts: Award Recipients, Invitations, Printed Program Copies1996
65170811Brochure and Invitation1996
6495531Checklists1996
65170812Correspondence 1996
65170813Family Day, Layout1996
65170814Meeting Notes with Timeline1996
65170815Press Release1996
65170816Project Forms1996
65170817Proposal: Look Here Now1996
65170818Teaching Artist Statements1996
65170819Tours1996
65170820Viewbook1996
65170821Wall Text1996
65170822-26Restricted (6 folders)1996
1997
65170827A Night For All the Arts: Awards, Invitations, Printed Programs1997
651708,
649553
28a-28b, 2Artwork Exchange (2 folders) (1 restricted)1997
651708,
649553
28a-28b, 2Checklists (2 folders)1997
65170829Correspondence1996-1997
65170830Family Day1997
65170831Filming1997
65170832Layout1997
6495533Postcard and Trader Joe's Bag1997
65170833Project Forms1997
65170834Timeline, Tours1997
65170835Wall Text1997
65170836-38Restricted (3 folders)1997
1998
65170839Award Ceremony: Nominees and Recipients, Invitations1998
65170840Checklists1998
65170841Correspondence1998
65170842Family Day, Invitations, Notes, Press Release, Project Forms, Teaching Artist Statements, Timelines1998
65170842Kiosks, Notes1998
6495534Tours1998
65170843Wall Text (2 folders)1998
65170844Restricted1998
1999
65170845A Night For All the Arts: Award Nominees and Recipients, Printed Programs1999
65170846Correspondence1999
65170846Invitations, Postcards, Press Release1999
65170847Restricted1999
2000
65170848A Night For All the Arts: Award Recipients, Invitations, Printed Programs2000
65170849Checklist2000
65170850Comment Book2000
65170851Correspondence1999-2000
65170852Family Day 2000
65170853Invitations, Postcards, Press Release2000
5051224Posters2000
65170854Timelines2000
65170855Wall Text2000
65170856-57Restricted (2 folders)2000
2001
6495641Art Exchange with Bilbao, Correspondence, Filming2001
6495641Awards, Checklist, Family Day2001
6495642Comment Book2001
6495643Invitations, Meeting Notes, Opening, Postcard, Press Release, Timeline, Tours2001
6495644Wall Text2001
6495645Restricted2001
2002
6495646Awards, Checklists2002
6495646Correspondence2002
6495646Family Day2002
6495647Feedback, Filming, Meeting Notes2002
6495647Invitations, Layout, Press Release2002
6495648Participants: Bound Publication2002
6495649Student and Teacher Quotes2002
64956410Teaching Artist Statements, Timeline2002
64956411Wall Text2002
64956412Restricted2002
2003
64956413-14Activities, Awards, Checklists2003
64956413-14Correspondence2003
64956413-14Family Day (2 folders)2003
64956415Feedback, Notes, Opening2003
64956415Invitations, Layout, Press Release, Teaching Artists Statements, Timeline, Tours, Wall Text2003
64956416Project Forms2003
64956417-18Restricted (2 folders)2003
2004
64956419Checklists, Events: Panel Discussion, Invitations, Layout, Poster Copy, Press Release2003-2004
64956419Correspondence2003-2004
64956419Feedback from Teaching Artists2003-2004
6495535Family Day2004
64956420Newspaper Clippings2004
64956421Participants: Bound Publication2004
64956422Performance Scripts2004
6495536Teaching Artist Statements2004
64955323aTours2004
64956423bWall Text, Website Listings2004
64956424Restricted2004
2005
64956425Award Recipient, Checklists, Events, Fact Sheet, Invitations, Layout, Poster Copy, Press Release2004-2005
64956425Correspondence2004-2005
64956426Participants: Bound Publication2005
1013181Student Docents2005
1013181Timelines, Wall Text2005
1013181Tours2005
1013182Restricted2005
2006
1013183An Evening For Arts Education Printed Programs, Checklist, Invitation, Layout, Poster Copy, Press Release, Teaching Artist Profiles, Timeline, Wall Text2006
1013183Correspondence, Student Docents2006
1013183Tours2006
1013184Participants: Bound Publication2006
6495537Restricted2006
2007
1013185Award Letter, Checklists, Comment Book, Fact Sheet, Layout, Opening Schedule, Press Release2007
1013185Correspondence2007
1013185Notes, Panel: The Art of Teaching2007
1013186Quotes, Student Docents, Student Writing2007
1013186Teaching Artist Statements, Timelines, Wall Text2007
1013186Tours2007
1013187Restricted2007
2008
1013188Art Categories, Checklist, Process Boards, Teaching Artist Statements, Wall Text2008
1013188Correspondence, Quotes, Student Docents2008
1013188Opening Reception Speech, Tours2008
1013189Restricted2008
Bilbao
1999
10131810Brochures, Timeline, Wall Text1999
10131810Correspondence1999
2000
10131811Brochure, Wall Text2000
10131811Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings2000
10131812Restricted2000
Carnegie Hall Turns 100: An Exhibition Through the Eyes of Children
6495538Checklists, Invitations, Poster Copy, Press Release, Printed Program, Timeline1990-1991
6495538City Gallery Information, Concert Schedule, Correspondence, Event Information, Newspaper Clipping, Notes, Venue Information1990-1991
6495539Comment Book1991
10131813Restricted1991
10131814Children's Cupcake: I.S. 29 and Roosevelt Island Schools District 2: Newspaper Clippingundated
10131815Saks Fifth Avenue: Checklist1998
10131815Saks Fifth Avenue: Correspondence1998
64955310Symbols of Language: Invitations1995
10131816Toy As An Expression of Self: Press Release1992
10131816Toy As An Expression of Self: Viewbook1992
10131817Vivan Los Niños: Mexico/Nueva York: Invitation1990
Series 3. Programming, 1971-2008 (bulk 1990-2008), 12.5 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
A. General
1013101Carnegie Foundation: The Basic School Lesson Plansundated
Collaborations
1013102-3Anthology Film Archives (2 folders) (1 restricted)1991-1992
1013104-5New York Academy of Science (2 folders) (1 restricted)1992
1013106New York Hall of Science1992
1013107New York Public Library1986
101310,
649553
8-11, 11Rutgers University (5 folders) (1 restricted)1978-1986
10131012Curriculum Ideas and Resourcescirca 1993
10131013Fact Sheetsundated, 1991-1994
10131014Family Days/Parent Involvement: Correspondence, Viewbook1991-1994
10131015-16International (2 folders) (1 restricted)undated, 1995-1997
101310,
649553
17-19, 12Lesson Plans (4 folders)undated, 1980s, 2005-2006
10131020Planning1979-1997
Proposals
10131021SITES (restricted)1992-1993
10131022Studio Resource Center: School District 16undated
10131023Resource Packetsundated, 2004
0005151Student Artworkundated
Subjects
10131024African-American Artists1984
10131025Architecture1987, 1994
10131026Bookmaking1990
10131027Clowningcirca 1989
10131028Color in Nature1985
10131029-30Columbus Revisited (2 folders) (1 restricted)1990-1991
10131031Dramaundated
10131032Early Childhoodundated
10131033Health1993
10131034Historyundated, 1991
10131035Intergenerational1988
10131036Museumsundated
10131037Musicundated
10131038Orienteering/Mapsundated
101310,
649553
39, 13Photography (2 folders) (1 restricted)undated, 1982-1991
10131040Poetryundated
64955314Puppetryundated
10131041Sculptureundated
10131042Size Difference1985
10131043Special Needsundated
10131044Surrealismcirca 1985
10131045Summary of Curriculum (restricted)1990-1993
10131046Summary of Museum Education Program1987-1988
101310,
804694
47-53, 1-5Teachers' Needs Survey (9 folders) (restricted)1994-2001
8046946Three Year Plancirca 1988
8046947-8Video Outreach (2 folders) (1 restricted)circa 1992
804694,
000511
9, 8Viewbooks (2 folders)1989, 1994
B. Residencies
General
64955315[Bertles, John]: Rap Posterundated
649553 16Correspondence, Student Writing (restricted)1980s, 1995-1996
80469410Evaluations and Observations (restricted)1980s
80469411Finance (restricted)1974, 1993
80469412-13Lesson Plans and Program Outlines (2 folders) (1 restricted)1980s, 1996-2008
80469414Lesson Plan Model1993
80469415Placements1999-2008
80469416Program Descriptions1988
80469417Schedule of Classes1990-1998
80469418Teaching Artist Surveys (restricted)1992
80469419-20End-of-Year Reports (2 folders) (restricted)2005-2008
64955317Brazil: Sao Paolo: Correspondence1995
Ecuador: Quito: 2000-2001
80469421-22Correspondence (2 folders)1996-2001
80469423Flyers, Invitations, Lesson Plans, Notes, Press Release, Viewbook2000-2001
64955318-19Newspaper Clippings (2 folders)2000-2001
64955320Orientations2000-2001
64955321Unidad Educativa Tecnica: Experimental Mitad del Mundo2000
80469424-25Restricted (2 folders)2000-2001
Louisiana: Monroe
1998-1999
64955322Art Resource Guide, Correspondence, Lesson Plans and Program Outlines, Newspaper Clippings, Notes, School Information, Teaching Artists1997-1999
80469426Restricted1997-1999
1999-2000
80469427Correspondence, Orientation1999-2000
80469428Lesson Plans1999
80469429Restricted1999-2000
Mexico: Mexico City
80469430General: Staff and Teaching Artistscirca 1997
1995-1996
1013091Brochures, Cuevas Museum Collaboration, Materials for Artists and Teachers, The Mexican Secretariat of Public Education's Stated Programs and Curriculum for Fourth Grade Elementary Students, Newspaper Clippings, Synopsis, Training Session1995-1996
1013092Correspondence1994-1996
1013093Synopsis, Training1995-1996
1013094-5Restricted (2 folders)1995-1996
1996-1997
1013096Brochure, Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping, Orientation, Overview, Project Descriptions, Student Survey Results1996-1997
1013097Restricted1997
1997-1998
1013098Brochures, Correspondence, Museo Rufino Tamayo Records, Orientation1997-1998
1013099Restricted1997
1998-1999
10130910Brochure, Correspondence, Invitation, Newspaper Clippings, Program Outline, Schedule1998-1999
10130911-12Restricted (2 folders)1998-1999
1999-2000
10130913Brochures, Correspondence, Evaluation Schedule, Newspaper Clippings, Notes1999-2000
64955323Orientation Agenda and Materials1999
64955324Program Outlines1999
10130914Restricted1999-2000
2000-2001
6622351Brochures, Correspondence, Invitation, Notes, Program Overview, Project Descriptions, Teaching Artists, Teaching Materials2000-2001
10130915Lesson Plans2000
10130916Restricted2001
2001-2002
10130917Correspondence, Invitation, Notes, Project Forms, Staff, Synopsis, Teaching Artists, Wall Text2001-2002
10130918Lesson Plans2001
10130919Orientation2001
10130920Restricted2001-2002
101309212002-2003: Notes, Orientation2001-2002
New Jersey
10130922General: Correspondence1992
Bayonne
Vroom Learning Center
1981-1982
10130923Correspondence, School Information1981-1982
10130924Restricted1981
1983-1984
6622352Program Overview (2 folders)circa 1984
6622353Restrictedcirca 1984
1985-1986
10130925Correspondence 1986
6622354Restricted1986
101309261987-1988: Restricted1988
10130927Washington School: Proposal1988
Chatham/Ho-Ho-Kus: Early Childhood Learning Center: 1996-1997
10130928Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meetings, School Newsletter1996-1997
10130929Restricted1996-1997
10130930Marlboro: Jonathan School: 1978: Migrant Education1978
Pittstown: Alexandria Township School: 1998-1999
10130931Correspondence, Program Outline, School Newsletter1999
10130932Restricted1998
Somerset
10130933Elizabeth Avenue School: 1991-1992: Restricted1992
Franklin Township Public Schools
1991-1992
10130934Program Outlines, Schedulecirca 1991
10130935Restricted1991
1992-1993
10130936Program Overview, Schedule, School Informationcirca 1993
10130937Restricted1993
Trenton
Artworks
101309381997-1998: Restricted1997
1998-1999
1013051Correspondence, Field Trips1999
1013052Restricted1999
1999-2000
1013053Correspondence, Orientation, Program Outlines, School Information1998-2000
1013054Restricted1999
2000-2001
1013055Correspondence, Invitations, Meeting Notes, Orientation2000
1013056Restricted2000
2001-2002
1013057Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping, Orientation, Synopsis, Wall Text2001-2002
1013058Restricted2001
1013059Cadwalder School: 1999-2000: Lesson Plans1999
10130510Rivera School: 1999-2000: Lesson Plans2000
10130511Unidentified: Lesson Plans1999-2000
Union
Connecticut Farm School: 1993-1994
10130512Planning Meeting, Program Overview1993-1994
10130513Restricted1993
Hamilton School: 1992-1993
10130514Planning Meeting1992
10130515Restricted1993
New York
10130516Millbrook: Dutchess Day School: 1999: Restricted1999
New York City
6622355Beginning With Children School: 1991-1992: Planning Meeting, Program Outline1991-1992
Bronx Charter School for the Arts
2003-2004
10130517Correspondence, Field Trips, Goals, Lesson Plans, Notes, School Information2003-2004
10130518Restricted2003-2004
2004-2005
10130519Correspondence, Field Trips, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meetings, School Information2004-2005
10130520Restricted2004-2005
10130521Restrictedundated
10130522Central Park East #1: 1980s: Restricted1980s
Family Academy
1998-1999
6622356Correspondence, Program Outline, School Information 1998-1999
10130523Restricted1998-1999
101305241999-2000: Restricted1999
2000-2001
10130525Lesson Plans, School Reading Program, Status Report, Student Writing, Teaching Artist Statement2000
10130526Restricted2000-2001
10130527Hewlett Elementary and Woodmere Middle: 1982: Restricted1982
Humanities Preparatory Academy
2002-2003
10130528Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Notes, Orientation, Planning Meetings2002-2003
10130529School Information 2002
10130530Restricted2002-2003
2003-2004
10130531Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meetings, School Information2003-2004
10130532Restricted2003
2004-2005
10130533Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings2004
10130534Restricted2004
10130535I.S. 44: 1995-1996: Program Outlinecirca 1995
I.S. 53Q: 1997-1998
10130536Feedback Results: Parents, Teachers; Program Outlines, Planning Meeting, Staff Development1998
10130537Restricted1997-1998
I.S. 193
10130538General: Student Writingundated
101305391992-1993: Restricted1993
Lower Lab School
1992-1993
10130540Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Notes, Planning Meetings, School Information, Wall Text1992-1993
10130541Restricted1993
1993-1994
10130542Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Student Writing1993-1994
10130543Restricted1993-1994
Midtown West
2001-2002
10130544Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings, School Information2001-2002
10130545Restricted2001-2002
2002-2003
10130546Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meetings, School Information, Schedule, Student Writing2002-2003
10130547Restricted 2002
P.S. 1M
101305481981-1982: Restricted1982
1982-1983
10130549Synopsis1982
10130550Restricted1983
1986-1987
10130551Lesson Summary, Scripts1986-1987
10130552Restricted1987
P.S. 7M
101305531990-1991: Correspondence1990
101305541992-1993: Restricted 1993
1993-1994
6622357Correspondence, Lesson Plans, School Information, Staff, Student Writing, Wall Text1993-1994
10130555Restricted1993-1994
1994-1995
10130556Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Program Description, Schedule, Student Writing, Yueh Lung Shadow Theatre1995
10130557Restricted1995
101305581995-1996: Restrictedcirca 1995
1996-1997
6622358Meeting Summaries, Program Outline, School Information1996-1997
10130559Restricted1996
101305601997-1998: Program Outlines1997
P.S. 8K
1991-1992
10130561Viewbook1991-1992
10130562Restricted1992
1992-1993:
10130563Lesson Plans, Proposal, Schedule1992-1993
10130564Restricted1992
1993-1994
10130565Program Outlinecirca 1993
10130566Restricted1994
2007-2008
10130567Lesson Plans2007
10130568Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 8X
1996-1997
10130569Program Outline1997
10130570Restricted1996-1997
1997-1998:
10130571Program Outlines, Schedule1998
10130572Restricted1998
101305732006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
P.S. 9K
2006-2007
10130574Correspondence2006
10130575Restricted2006-2007
101305762007-2008: Lesson Plans, School Information2007
10130577P.S. 11M: 1980s: Restricted1980s
P.S. 15Q
1992-1993
10130578Correspondence, Panel Agenda, Proposal1992
10130579Restricted1992
1993-1994
10130580Correspondence, Planning Meeting1993
10130581Restricted1993
10130582P.S. 25K: 1997-1998: School Information1997
P.S. 28M
101305832006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
10130584Lesson Plans2007
10130585Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 30M: 1992-1993
10130586Growing Healthy Curriculum1992
10130587Restricted1992-1993
10130588P.S. 32: 1996-1997: Restricted1997
10130589P.S. 35: 1996-1997: Restricted1996-1997
P.S. 42M
2006-2007
10130590Correspondence 2006
10130591Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
10130592Lesson Planscirca 2007
10130593Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 48R
2006-2007
1013141Correspondence 2006
1013142Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
1013143Lesson Plans2007
1013144Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 50M
1992-1993
1013145Newspaper Clipping, Notes, School Information, Viewbook1992-1993
1013146-8Restricted (3 folders)1992-1993
1993-1994
1013149Information from Principal, Lesson Plans, Planning Meeting, School Information1993
10131410Restricted1993
P.S. 54R
1992-1993
6622359Correspondence, Lesson Plans, School Information1992-1993
10131411Restricted1991-1993
101314121993-1994: Correspondence, Information from Principal1993-1994
101314131995-1996: Restrictedcirca 1995
1996-1997
66223510Program Outlines, School Information1996
10131414Restricted1997
1997-1998
10131415Artwork Descriptions, Feedback Results: Parents, Teachers; Program outlines, School Informationundated, 1997
10131416Restricted1997-1998
P.S. 57R
1998-1999
10131417Correspondence, Program Outline, School Information1998-1999
10131418Restricted1999
1999-2000
10131419Program Outline, School Information1999
10131420Restricted1999
2000-2001
10131421Correspondence, Lesson Plans2000-2001
10131422Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
10131423Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meeting, School Information2001-2002
10131424Restricted2001-2002
2002-2003
10131425Correspondence, Lesson Plans2002-2003
10131426Restricted2002-2003
2003-2004
10131427Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meetings, Schedule2003-2004
10131428Restricted2003-2004
P.S. 58K
101314292006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
10131430Lesson Plans2007
10131431Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 59M
101314321988-1989: Lesson Plans1989
10131433Restrictedundated, 1980s
P.S. 64M: 1999-2000
10131434Project Entry Form2000
10131435Restricted2000
10131436P.S. 72: 1993-1994: Restricted1994
P.S. 84M
1987-1988
10131437Lesson Plans1987
10131438Restricted1987-1988
101314391990-1991: Correspondence1990
1991-1992
10131440Correspondence, Viewbook1991-1992
10131441Restrictedcirca 1991
1992-1993
10131442Correspondence, Planning Meeting, Press Release, School Information1992-1993
10131443Restricted1993
1993-1994
66223511Planning Meeting, School Information1993
10131444Restricted1994
10131445P.S. 86/91: 1993: Lesson Plans1993
P.S. 86X
2000-2001
10131446Correspondence, Field Trips, Lesson Plans, Project Forms2000-2001
10131447Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
10131448Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans2001-2002
10131449Restricted2001-2002
2002-2003
10131450Correspondence, Field Trips, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings2002-2003
10131451Restricted2002-2003
101314522003-2004: Project ARTS: Restricted 2004
101314532006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
10131454Lesson Plans2007
10131455Restricted2007-2008
10131456P.S. 87M: Restrictedcirca 1992
P.S. 88Q
1997-1998
10131457Correspondence, Program Outline, Project Forms, School Information1997-1998
10131458Restricted1997-1998
1998-1999
10131459Correspondence, Flyer: Educator Evening; Program Outlines, Schedule, School Newsletter, Supplies, Viewbook1998-1999
10131460Restricted1998-1999
1999-2000
10131461Correspondence, Lesson Plans1999-2000
10131462Restricted1999-2000
2000-2001
10131463Field Trip, Lesson Plans2000-2001
10131464Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
10131465-66Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings, School Information (2 folders)2001-2002
6495701Restricted2001-2002
2002-2003
6495702Correspondence, Family Day, Field Trip, Lesson Plans2002-2003
6495703Restricted2002-2003
2003-2004
6495704Lesson Planscirca 2003
6495705Restrictedcirca 2003
64957062005-2006: School Newsletter2006
2006-2007
6495707Correspondence2006
6495708Restricted2006-2007
64957092007: Arts88circa 2007
2007-2008
64957010Lesson Planscirca 2007
64957011Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 89M: 2002-2003
64957012Activity, Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans2002-2003
64957013Restricted2002-2003
P.S. 101Q
649570141991-1992: Restricted1992
649570151993-1994: Notes, Schedulecirca 1993
1996-1997
64957016Program Outline1996
64957017Restricted1997
P.S. 115M
2006-2007
64957018Program Outline2006
64957019Restricted2007
649570202007-2008: Restricted2007-2008
64957021P.S. 124M/126X: 1978-1979: Lesson Plans1978
P.S. 124M
64957022General: Activityundated
1990-1991
64957023Correspondence, Notes, South African Exchange Proposal1990-1991
64957024Restricted1990-1991
649570251992-1993: Restricted1992-1993
1993-1994
66223512Planning Meeting, School Information1993
64957026Restricted 1994
1995-1996
64957027School Information1995
64957028Restrictedcirca 1995
1996-1997
64957029Correspondence, Field Trips, Lesson Plans, Professional Development Agenda, Student Writing1996-1997
64957030Restricted1996
1997-1998
64957031Correspondence, Program Outlines, School Information1997-1998
64957032Restricted1997-1998
1998-1999
66223513An Die Musik/Goldilocks and the Three Bears Project1998-1999
64957033Correspondence, Flyer, Program Outline1998-1999
64957034Restricted1998-1999
1999-2000
64957035Correspondence, Flyer, Lesson Plans, School Information1999-2000
64957036Restricted1999-2000
2000-2001
64957037Correspondence, End-of-Year Report, Field Trip, Filming, Lesson Plans, Notes, Observation, Planning Meetings, School Information, Student Writing2000-2001
64957038Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
64957039Correspondence, Feedback Meeting, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, School Information, Student Writing2001-2002
64957040Restricted2001
2002-2003
64957041Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings, Student Writing2002-2003
64957042Restricted2002
2003-2004
64957043Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Notes2003-2004
64957044Restricted2003
64957045Restrictedundated
P.S. 126X
1992-1993
66223514Program Outlines1992
64957046Restricted1992
662235151993-1994: Correspondence, Lesson Plans, School Information1993
649570471995-1996: Restricted1995
1996-1997
66223516Planning Meetings, Program Outlines, School Information1996-1997
64957048Restricted 1996-1997
1997-1998
64957049Planning Meeting, Program Outlines1997
64957050Restricted 1998
1998-1999
64957051Correspondence, Program Outlines, Viewbook1998-1999
64957052Restricted1998
1999-2000
64957053School Information1998
64957054Restricted1999
64957055P.S. 128M: 2006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
P.S. 130Q
649570561980s: Restricted1980s
1992-1993
64957057Correspondence, Responsibilities Sheet, School Information1993
64957058Restricted1993
64957059P.S. 131Q: 1993-1994: Planning Meetings, School Informationcirca 1993
P.S. 139K
2000-2001
64957060Correspondence, Field trips, Lesson Plans, Notes, School Information2000-2001
64957061Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
64957062Correspondence, Lesson Plans, School Information2001-2002
64957063Restricted2001
2002-2003
64957064Correspondence, End-of-Year Report, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Notes, Observation, Planning Meetings, School Information2002-2003
64957065Restricted2003
P.S. 144M
1992
64957066Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Proposal, Staff, Synopsis, Wall Text1992
64957067Restricted1992
1993
64957068Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings, Pre-Residency Project1993
64957069Restricted1993
1994
64957070Program Outline1994
64957071Restricted1994
P.S. 144Q
649570722006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
649570732007-2008: Program Outline, School Information 2007
64957074P.S. 146M: 1991-1992: Restricted1992
P.S. 148Q
1998-1999
64957075Correspondence, Program outline, School Information1998-1999
64957076Restricted1998-1999
2000-2001
64957077Lesson Plans2000-2001
64957078Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
6622061Lesson Plans2001-2002
6622062Restricted2001
2002-2003
6622063Field Trip, Lesson Plans2002-2003
6622064Restricted2002-2003
66220652006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
66220662007-2008: Lesson Plans, School Information2007
6622067P.S. 151: 1996-1997: Proposal1997
P.S. 152M
66220682006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
6622069Lesson Plans2007
66220610Restricted2007
P.S. 153M
662206112006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
662206122007-2008: Lesson Plans, School Information2007
P.S. 154M
662206132006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
66220614Lesson Plans2007
66220615Restricted2007-2008
P.S. 155M
1992-1993
66220616Planning Meeting1992
66220617Restricted1992
1993-1994
66220618Information from Principalcirca 1993
66220619Restrictedcirca 1993
662206201994-1995: Restricted1993
1995-1996
66220621 "Hola Mexico" Video, School Information, Program Outlines1995
66220622Restricted1995-1996
662206231996-1997: Restricted1995-1996
1997-1998
66220624Program Outlines1997
66220625Restricted1997-1998
1998-1999
662206,
662235
26, 17Correspondence, Notes, Program Outlines1998
66220627Restricted1998-1999
1999-2000
66220628Program Outline, School Information1998-1999
66220629Restricted1999
2000-2001
66220630Lesson Plans2000
66220631Restricted2000-2001
2001-2002
66220632Correspondence, Feedback Results, Lesson Plans, School Information2001-2002
66220633Restricted2001-2002
66220634P.S. 158: 1988-1989: Program Outline1988
P.S. 163M
2002-2003
66220635Correspondence, Family Day, Lesson Plans, Notes, Schedule, School Newsletter2002-2003
66220636Restricted2002-2003
2003-2004
66220637Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings2003-2004
66220638Restricted2003-2004
2004-2005
66220639Activity, Correspondence, Lesson Plans, School Visit2004-2005
66220640Restricted2004-2005
P.S. 165M: 1997-1998
66220641Lesson Plans1997
66220642Restricted1997-1998
P.S. 166M
662206432000-2001: Restricted2000
2001-2002
66220644Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings2001-2002
66220645Restricted2001-2002
2002-2003
66220646Correspondence, Field Trip, Lesson Plans2002-2003
66220647Restricted2002-2003
2006-2007
66220648Correspondence2006
66220649Restricted2006-2007
P.S. 174Q
662206501994-1995: Restricted1995
662206511995-1996: Restricted1995
1996-1997
66223518Classroom Teacher Curriculum, Program Outline, School Information1996
66220652Restricted1996-1997
662206531997-1998: Program Outline1997
66220654P.S. 181K: Student Writingundated
P.S. 183K
2000-2001
66220655Program Outlines, Project Forms2000-2001
66220656Restricted2001
2001-2002
66220657Lesson Plans, School Information2001
66220658Restricted2001-2002
66220659P.S. 186Q: 1993-1994: Planning Meeting1993
66220660P.S./I.S. 187M: Restricted1980s
P.S. 195K
1996-1997
66223519Lesson Plans, School Information1996
66220661Restricted1997
1997-1998
66220662Clown Olympiad Brochure, Lesson Plans, Schedule, School Information1997-1998
66220663Restricted1998
662206641998-1999: Restricted1998
66220665P.S. 196Q: Planning Meeting1994
P.S. 197K
1995-1996
66220666Lesson Plans1995
66220667Restricted1995
1996-1997
66220668Lesson Plans1996
66220669Restricted1996-1997
1997-1998
66220670Program Outlines, Project Forms, Orientation, School Information, Teaching Training: Drama in the Classroom1997-1998
66220671Restricted1997-1998
1998-1999
66220672Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings, School Information1998
66220673Restricted1998
662206741999-2000: Lesson Plans1999
2000-2001
66220675Correspondence, Lesson Plans, School Information2000-2001
66220676Restricted2000-2001
P.S. 198
1980s
66220677Lesson Plans1980s
66220678Restricted1980s
662235201992-1993: Program Outline1992
P.S. 200M
662206792006-2007: Restricted2006-2007
2007-2008
66220680Lesson Plans2007
66220681Restricted2007-2008
66220682P.S. 203K: 1992-1993: Restricted1992-1993
P.S. 206K: 1992-1993
66220683Program Overview1992
66220684Restricted1992
P.S. 232Q
1997-1998
66220685Program Outlines, School Information1997
66220686Restricted1997-1998
1998-1999
6495691Correspondence, Program Outlines, Schedule, School Information1998-1999
66223521Restricted1998
1999-2000
6495692Lesson Plans, Project Form, School Information1999-2000
6495693Restricted1999
64956942000-2001: Restricted2000-2001
P.S. 243K
1996-1997
6495695Program Outlines and Overview, Planning Meeting, School Information 1996-1997
6495696Restricted1997
1997-1998
6495697Program Outlines, School Information1997
6495698Restricted1997-1998
P.S. 251K
1992-1993
6495699Correspondence, Planning Meeting, Schedule1992-1993
66223522Restricted1992-1993
1993-1994
66223523Lesson Plans, Press Release, Program Overview, Schedule, School Information, Viewbook1993-1994
64956910Restricted1993-1994
649569111995-1996: Restricted1995
1996-1997
64956912Correspondence, Classroom Curriculum, Planning Meetings, Program Outline, Student Writing1996-1997
64956913Restricted1996-1997
P.S. 255K
649569141992-1993: Schedule1993
649569151993-1994: Restricted1994
64956916P.S. 257X: 1993-1994: Planning Meeting, School Information1993
64956917P.S. 272: 1992-1993: School Information1992
P.S. 276K
1992-1993
64956918Correspondence, School Information1992-1993
64956919Restricted1992
649569201993-1994: Planning Meetings1993
P.S. 281K: 2000-2001
64956921Program Outline, School Information2000
64956922Restricted2001
P.S. 299K
1992-1993
64956923Program Overviewcirca 1993
64956924Restricted1992-1993
1993-1994
66223524Correspondence, Lesson Plans1993
64956925Restricted1993-1994
649569261995-1996: Restricted1995
1996-1997
66223525Correspondence, Classroom Curriculum, Grade Four Health Education, Lesson Plans, Planning Meetings, School Information1996-1997
64956927Restricted1996-1997
P.S. 346K: 1992-1993
64956928Newspaper Clipping, Schedule, Student Writing1992-1993
64956929Restricted1993
P.S. 376K: 2005-2006
64956930Correspondence, Lesson Plans, Notes, Planning Meetings2005-2006
64956931Restricted2005-2006
P.S. 384K
1991-1992
64956932The Brooklyn Friendship Scroll Viewbook1991
64956933Restricted1992
662235261992-1993: Correspondence, Newspaper Clipping, Planning Meetings, Press Release, Student Printed Program1992-1993
Salk School of Science: 2002-2003
64956934Field Trip, Lesson Plans, Schedule2002-2003
64956935Restricted2002-2003
Theodore Roosevelt High School: 1986-1987
66223527Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, Participant Roles, Proposal, Report, Resource Center Brochure1986-1987
64956936Restricted1986-1987
Wadleigh Secondary: 1992-1993
64956937Planning Meeting, Program Outline and Overview, Viewbook, Willie Birch: Spirit House1992-1993
64956938Restricted1992-1993
Spain: Bilbao
1998-1999
64956939Correspondence, Orientation, Program Outlines, Synopsis1998-1999
64956940Restrictedcirca 1998
1999-2000
64956941Correspondence, Notes, Orientation, Participating Schools, Program Outline, School Calendar1999-2000
64956942Restricted1999
Washington, D.C.: Draper Elementary
66223528Award, Correspondence, Invitations, Lesson Plans, Notes, Press Release, Program Overview, Schedules, School Information, Viewbooks1991-1992
64956943Restricted1991-1992
C. Tours
General
64956944-45Activities and Guides (2 folders)undated, 1986-1987
64956946Brochuresundated
64956947International Family Activity Guides1998
64956948Museum Visits and Class Trips: Viewbook1993-1994
64956949Planningundated, 1992-1997
64956950Pre-Visit Packet Sign-Out Sheetscirca 1995-1996
64956951Sackler Center Stop: Activity, Correspondence, Flyer, Notes2004
64956952-56Schedules (5 folders)undated, 1996-2008
64956957Training2004-2008
64956958-60Abstraction in the Twentieth Century: Total Risk, Freedom, Discipline (3 folders) (1 restricted)1995-1996
6495711-3Africa: The Art of a Continent/ In/sight: African Photographers, 1940 to the Present (3 folders) (1 restricted)1995
6495714Andy Warhol: A Factorycirca 2000
6495715-6Antoni Tàpies (2 folders) (1 restricted)1995
6495717-9Architecture (3 folders)1987-2001
64957110The Art of the Motorcycle1997
64957111A Century of Sculpture: The Nasher Collection1996-1997
64957112China: 5,000 Yearscirca 1998
64957113-14Claes Oldenburg (2 folders) (1 restricted) 1995
64957115Clemente1999
64957116Día de los Muertos Festival2004
64957117Ellsworth Kelly: A Retrospective1996
64957118Felix Gonzalez-Torres1995
64957119-20aFelix Gonzalez-Torres/Ross Bleckner (2 folders) (1 restricted)1995
64957120bFrank Gehry: Architect2001
64957121-22Frank Lloyd Wright: Self Guided Tour (2 folders) (1 restricted)undated
64957123Frank Stellaundated
64957124From Dürer to Rauschenberg: A Quintessence of Drawing1997
64957125Georg Baselitz1995
64957126Giorgio Armani2000
64957127The Global Guggenheim2001
66223529In Search of the Third Dimensionundated
64957128Interior/Exteriorundated
64957129The Italian Metamorphosis, 1943–19681994
64957130Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series1995
64957131-32Japanese Art after 1945: Scream Against the Sky (2 folders) (1 restricted)1994
64957133Jim Dine: Walking Memory 1959-19691999
64957134Joan Miró1987
64957135Looking at Art in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museumundated
64957136Masterpieces from the Collection1990
64957137Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle2003
64957138Picasso and the Age of Iron1993
64957139-40Picasso and the War Years: 1937-1945 (2 folders) (1 restricted)1999
1013161Pierre Alechinsky: Margin and Center1987
1013162Portraitscirca 1993
1013163Rendezvous: Masterpieces from the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Guggenheim Museums1998
1013164-5Robert Morris: The Mind/Body Problem (2 folders) (1 restricted)1994
1013166Robert Rauschenberg: A Retrospective1997
1013167-8Rolywholyover A Circus (2 folders)1997
1013169Ross Bleckner 1995
10131610-12Roy Lichtenstein (3 folders) (1 restricted)1993
66223530Shape Hunt1986, 1990
10131613Six Ways of Looking at Color1986
10131614Surrealism: Two Private Eyes1999
10131615-16Thannhauser Collection (2 folders) (1 restricted)1994
D. Workshops
General
10131617Curriculum Descriptions1984-1998
10131618Guest Artists1991-1994
10131619Newsworthy Persons (restricted)1990
Artist Exchange
Italy
10131620-21Brescia: Learning About Immigration (2 folders) (1 restricted)1999-2000
10131622Besozzo: Reconstructing Our Social Identity1998
Maniago
10131623-24Learning Through Photography: A Cultural Exchange (2 folders) (1 restricted)1996-1997
10131625-26Portrait of a Community (2 folders) (1 restricted)1997-1998
10131627-28Oderzo: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (2 folders) (1 restricted)1999-2000
10131629-30Padova: Immigration Stories (2 folders) (1 restricted)1998-2000
Mexico: Mexico City
10131631-32Murals: Social, Political, Cultural and Economic History (2 folders) (1 restricted)1999-2000
10131633-34Social and Cultural History (2 folders) (1 restricted)1997-1998
Spain: Bilbao
10131635-36My Museum/Mi Muséo (2 folders) (1 restricted)2003
10131637Past, Present and Future of My Community2001
10131638-39Portrait of a Community (2 folders) (1 restricted)2000
10131640Unrealized Locations (restricted)1997-1998
Parents
10131641-42Child Study Association-Welmet, Inc. (2 folders) (1 restricted)1974
10131643-44P.S. 376 Family (2 folders) (1 restricted)2005-2006
10131645Parent Education Discussion Group (restricted)1973
101316,
662235
46-47, 31Parent Involvement Initiative (3 folders) (1 restricted)1992-1994
10131648-49Parents as Art Partners (2 folders) (1 restricted)2005
Students
7865441General: Proposals (restricted)1980s
7865442-4After-School Program (3 folders) (2 restricted)1990-1993
7865445All Kinds of People: Restrictedundated
786544,
662235,
000522
6, 32, 9[Arman] (3 folders) (2 restricted)1990-1992
786544,
662235
7, 33Art Alive (2 folders) (1 restricted)1985
7865448-9Atelier des Enfants (2 folders) (1 restricted)1998
78654410Bookmaking: The Funniest Thing That Happened To Mecirca 1992
78654411-12[Byrne, David]: (2 folders) (1 restricted)1990-1992
78654413-14[Christo and Jeanne-Claude] (2 folders) (1 restricted)1990-1996
78654415-16Circus Arts and Clown Theatre (2 folders) (1 restricted)1986-1992
66223534-35Communication Arts (2 folders) (1 restricted)1974
78654417Cultural Journeys (restricted)undated
66223536[Davis, Miles]1990-1991
78654418-19Drop Out Prevention/Stay in School (2 folders) (1 restricted)1990-1993
78654420-21Environmental Studies (2 folders) (1 restricted)1990
78654422-23[Haring, Keith] (2 folders) (1 restricted)1989-1990
78654424[Heyman, Keith]1992
78654425[Holzer, Jenny]1991
78654426-27Justin Allen/Taking Steps…Fashion and Theatre (2 folders) (1 restricted)1993-1994
786544,
662235
28, 37Learning American History Through Jazz (2 folders) (1 restricted)1992
78654429-30Lehman Brothers Residence (2 folders) (1 restricted)1996-1997
78654431-33Lehman College: Center for Art Education Therapy (3 folders) (2 restricted)1985
78654434-35[Marsalis, Wynton] (2 folders) (1 restricted)1991
78654436Mini-Festival: A Space in Springcirca 1978
78654437Museum Summer 19731973
78654438[Oyewole, Abiodun]: Restrictedundated
78654439-40[Picasso, Paloma] (2 folders) (1 restricted)1984-1992
78654441Photography: Restricted1984
78654442-43Project S.A.F.E. (2 folders) (1 restricted)1993-1998
78654444Romare Bearden Collage1991-1994
78654445-46Russian Pen Pals (2 folders) (1 restricted)1990-1992
78654447Special Needs Summer Series1991-1993
78654448Summer 19711971
78654449Tulsa Trail School (restricted)1977
Teachers
78654450-51General (2 folders) (1 restricted)1989-1993
78654452Bronx Charter School2003
78654453Educator's Workshops2004
78654454Humanities Preparatory Academy2003
78654455-56P.S. 88 and Catalpa Street Y (2 folders) (1 restricted)2002-2003
78654457Summer 20042004
78654458Teachers Day1994
78654459Teaching Literacy Through Art2007-2008
66223538Teaching Through Art2004
78654460Teaching Artists: Teaching Social Studies Through Art2007
Series 4. Publications, 1970-2005 (bulk 1991-2002), 1.5 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
General
649450,
662235
1-5, 39Planning (6 folders) (1 restricted)1993-1996
6494506Publishers1995
Annual Newsletter
6494507Volume 5: School Year: 1994-19951995
Volume 6: School Year
00051191993-941994
64945081995-96 1996
6494509Volume 7: School Year: 1996-19971997
64945010Volume 8: School Year: 1997-19981998
64945011Volume 9: School Year: 1998-19991999
64945012Volume 10: School Year: 1999-20002000
64945013Volume 11: School Year: 2000-012001
64945014Book: Learning Through Art: The Guggenheim Museum Collection1999
Booklets
64945015Art as a Reading Tool1979
64945016Learning to Read Through the Arts Programs, Inc.1978
Brochures
64945017General undated, 1970-2004
64945018A Year With Children1979
64945019Improving the Communication Skills of Children Draft1996
64945020Thank You From Director Thomas Messercirca 1988
Bulletins
Volume 1
64945021Number 12001
64945022Number 22001
64945023Volume 2: Number 22002
64945024Volume 3: Number 1 2002
Volume 4
64945025Number 12003
64945026Number 32004
64945027Volume 5: Number 22005
Guides
64945028Art as a Reading Toolcirca 1979
64945029Learning Through Our Community: Where To Start1993
64945030PALS: Project: Art As a Learning Strategy1980
64945031Sculpture in Your Schoolyardundated
Newsletters
649450321986 Spring/Summer1986
649450331987 Fall1987
64945034Learning With Parents: Volume 11994
64945035Volume 1: Number 11989
66223540Volume 2: Number 11990
66223541Volume 3: Number 11991
66223542Volume 4: Number 11992
66223543Volume 5: Fall 19931993
64945036Year-End Reports1991-1993
Series 5. Research, 1972-2007, 1 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
7966641Analysis of Reading Achievement Data1984
7966642Dissertation: Arts and the Special Needs Child: The Guggenheim Program1988
Evaluations
Individual Programs
7966643Art Alive1982
7966644Art and the People: An Experimental Program in the Roosevelt Island Schools1976-1977
7966645Art Enrichment Program for Talented and Gifted Children1982
7966646Community School District Number Two1985-1986
7966647Learning Through Music at Draper Elementary School in Washington, D.C.1992
Overall Program
7966648General1991-1992
7966649-11Artsmarket Consulting, Inc. (3 folders) (2 restricted)1994
79666412Board of Education of the City of New York: Office of Educational Research1973-1994
79666413-17City College of New York (5 folders)1973-1983
79666418Herbert H. Lehman College1978
79666419-21New York University (3 folders)1972-1974
79666422Pedologies, Inc.1991
79666423Statistics: District Four1985
Studies
79666424Art of Problem Solving2006-2007
79666425Facilitating Creativity in the Learning Through Art Programcirca 2007
79666426Improving Reading Skills Through the Arts1973
Teaching Literacy Through Art
79666427General and Final Report2003-2007
79666428-30Conference: Inquiry and Exploration in Art: Creativity and Critical Thinking in the Classroom (3 folders)2006
Series 6. Visual Material and Multi-Media, 1970-2007 (bulk 1989-1995), 13 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
A. Images
Administration
6517041Art Expo1990
6517042Art in America Submissions1992
6517043Associates Council Party1989
6517044Baschet Instrument1980-1981
Benefit Events
6517045Generalundated
6517046An Evening in Harmony1991
6517047Bearden, Romarecirca 1992
6517048Haring, Keithcirca 1990
6517049Inspired by Children1990
65170410Movado Cocktail Party1990
65170411aBilbao Training1999
65170411bBoard Members and Supportersundated
65170412Con Edison Award1979
65170413Dinkins, Joyce and Students1990
65170414Holiday Parties1993-1994
65170415Newsletter1993
65170416Posters by Romare Bearden, Keith Haring and Larry Riversundated
65170417-19Publicity (3 folders)undated, 1970s
Staff
65170420Goodman, Marilynundated
65170421Lieberman, Natalieundated
65170422Unidentifiedundated
65170423Take Our Daughters to Work Day1995
Teaching Artists
65170424General1994-1995
65170425aBirch, Willie; Griffin, Gerry; Solomon, Nancy1990
65170425bMarsalis, Wyntonundated
65170426Meetingsundated, 1990-1993
65170427Trump, Ivanaundated
Exhibitions
A Year With Children
651704281971?1971?
65170429-301980s (2 folders)undated, 1980s
651704311982-19831982-1983
6517043219841984
65170433-341985 (2 folders)1985
6517043519861986
65170436-371987 (2 folders)1987
6517043819881988
651704,
651712
39-42, 11989: Benefit and Installation (4 folders)1989
651704431990 Museum Mile1990
651704441991 Museum Mile1991
6517044519921992
651693119931993
651693219941994
6516933a19951995
6516933b19961996
6516933c19971997
651712219981998
6516933d19991999
6516934a20002000
6516934b20012001
651693520022002
65171232003 2003
651693620042004
6516937Family Days1993-1994
6516938Bilbao2000
6516939Bushwick Festival1989
65169310Capitol Children's Museumundated
65169311Carnegie Hall Turns 100: An Exhibition Through the Eyes of Children1991
65169312Ecuador2000-2001
65169313Gap Kids Window1993
65169314Saks Fifth Avenue Window1991
6517124Vivan Los Niños: Mexico/Nueva York1991
65169315Unidentifiedundated
Programming
65169316Children's Days1987-1990
Residencies
651693,
651698,
651712
17-32, 1a, 5-6General (19 folders)undated, 1987-1995
6516981bArt=Education1986
6516981cBackuswalcott, Chey1993
6516982Cassotta, Jonundated, 1992
6516983Denzer1991-1992
6516984Creative Dramatics1983-1984
6516985Ellman, Barbara/Kanas, Elaineundated
6516986Hedder, Nelli1991-1992
6516987Metropolitan Transit Authority Muralundated
6516988Performance1981
Schools
6516989Louisiana: Monroe1998-1999
65169810Mexico1995
New Jersey
65169811aFranklin Township/ Vroom Learning Center1989
65169811bTrenton1999-2000
65169812Vroom Learning Centerundated, 1981-1983
New York: New York City
65169813-16General: Carnegie Exhibition, Franklin Township School, I.S. 167, P.S. 8K, P.S. 122, P.S. 124M, Unidentified (4 folders)1990-1991, 2004
65169817Davis Elementary1991-1992
65169818Humanities Preparatory Academy2003
65169819-21I.S. 167 (3 folders)1990-1992
65169822I.S. 1871989
65169823JHS 2961990
65169824Lab School: Kindergarten1988
65169825Lorge School1995
65169826Lower Lab School1993-1994
65169827M.S. 441944
65169828P.S. 7M1990-1992
65169829P.S. 8K1994
65169830P.S. 15Qundated
65169831P.S. 411994-1995
65169832P.S. 50M1993
65169833P.S. 58K1989
65169834P.S. 59M1990
65169835P.S. 721994
65169836P.S. 84M1986-1992
65169837P.S. 88Q1997-2004
65169838P.S. 981988
65169839P.S. 101Q1989-1990
65169840P.S. 124Mundated, 1991-1999
65169841P.S. 126Xundated, 1993
65169842P.S. 1281993
65169843P.S. 1291993
65169844P.S. 1311994
65169845P.S. 144undated
65169846P.S. 155M1989-1995
65169847P.S. 156K1988
65169848P.S. 163M2002-2003
65169849P.S. 174Q1993-1995
65169850P.S. 197K1995
65169851P.S. 203K1991-1992
65169852P.S. 2441990-1991
65169853P.S. 251Kundated, 1993-1995
65169854P.S. 276K1993
65169855P.S. 299Kundated, 1993-1994
65169856P.S. 3461993
65169857P.S. 384K1991-1992
65169858P.S. Robert Morris 1994
65169859School for the Deafcirca 1990
65169860Theodore Roosevelt High School1987
65169861Wadleigh Secondary1992-1993
65169862Zoo Trip1994
65169863Valley Stream: Unidentifiedundated
65169864Spain: Bilbao1998
65169865Washington, D.C.: Draper Elementarycirca 1992
65169866Sculpture Garden1982-1983
65169867Survival Hike1989
65169868St. Croix, Judith1991-1992
65169869Urban Totems1986
Tours
65169870Generalundated, 1996
65169871Gallery Visit1993
65169872Nynex1994-1995
65169873P.S. 124M ATAX Walking1993
65169874Special Education1994
6517031Tiffany's1996
Workshops
6517032-3Parents (2 folders)1993-1995
Students
6517034-7General (4 folders)1975-1992
6517038Al Fann Theatrical Ensemble1970s
6517039American Mime1971
65170310[Arman]1990-1994
65170311Art Alivecirca 1988
Artist Exchanges
65170312a-12bBilbao (2 folders)2000-2005
65170313aManiago1996
65170313bOrderzo2000
65170314Portrait of a Community: A Cultural Exchangecirca 1998
65170315[Bertles, John]1991-1992
65170316[Birch, Willie]1991-1992
65170317[Byrne, David]1992
65170318[Cassota, Jon]: J47M1992
6517127[Christo]undated
65170319[Christo/Romare Bearden]1990
65170320Circus Arts (2 folders)1985-1994
65170321-22Con Edison1979-1982
65170323[Davis, Miles]undated
65170324Film and Video1991-1992
65170325[Haring, Keith]circa 1989
65170326Head Start1995
65170327Homeless Children1988
65170328Jewish Guild for the Blind1990
65170329Learning Through Balletcirca 1990-1995
65170330Learning Through Photography1994
65170331Lehman Brothers Residence1996-1997
65170332[Marsalis, Wynton]1991-1992
65170333[Picasso, Paloma]undated
65170334[Picasso, Paloma and Robert Rauschenberg]circa 1989
65170335Project S.A.F.E.1993
65170336[Rothschild, Gail]1990
65170337Special Needs Summer1986-1989
65170338Summer 19921992
65170339Teachers: Professional Development1993-1994
Sacred Photo Book
651703,
651714
40-41, 11989-1990 (3 folders)1989-1990
651714 2-41990-1991 (3 folders)1990-1991
651714 5-71991-1992 (3 folders)1991-1992
651714 8-91992 (2 folders)1992
Visual Materials Box 1
6517101General: Washington-Bill; Administration: Award and Benefit Events, Shark Bar Benefit; Exhibition: A Year With Children 1991, A Year With Children 1992, A Year With Children 1995, Capitol Children's Museum, Carnegie Hall Turns 100: An Exhibition Through the Eyes of Children, Great Mural, Vivan Los Niños: Mexico/Nueva York; Residencies: P.S. 84M, P.S. 155M, P.S. 232QK, P.S. 384K/Nursing Home; Workshops: Arman Studio Visit, Circus Arts, Drop Out Prevention, Learning Through Ballet, Romare Bearden/Nadine Delawrence, Summer 1992undated, 1990-1995
Visual Materials Box 2
6517102Exhibition: A Year With Children 1994; Residencies: P.S. 126X, P.S. 155M, P.S. 251K, P.S. 299K; Workshops: Circus Arts, Parent Involvement1993-1994
Visual Materials Box 3
6517103Administration: Hugo Fernandez; Family Days; Exhibition: A Year With Children 1997; Residencies: Mexico, P.S. 124M; P.S. 197K, P.S. 243K, P.S. 251K, P.S. 299K, Early Childhood Learning Center; Workshops: Art Exchanges 1994-1997
Visual Materials Box 4
6517021Administration: A Pig With Hair Screening, Claes Oldenburg Family Day, Education Council Party to meet Marilyn J.S. Goodman, Mexico Visit; Exhibitions: A Night For All the Arts 1995, A Night For All the Arts 1996, A Year With Children 1996, Tiffany's; Workshop: Arman Studio Visit 19961995-1996
Visual Materials Box 5
6517022Administration: 1993 Benefit, Family Day; Shark Bar Benefit, Student Artwork; Exhibition: Empire State Building; Residencies: , P.S. 30, P.S. 50M, P.S. 69, P.S. 84M, Lower Lab School, Marion Lange, Terry Adkins, Nancy Katz; Tours: Gallery Visits; Workshops: Arman, Circus Arts, Dino, Project S.A.F.E., Special Needs, Summer 1993 1992-1993
Visual Materials Box 6
6517023Residencies: P.S. 7M, P.S. 15Q, P.S. 124M, P.S. 126X, P.S. 155M, P.S. 197K, P.S. 251K, P.S. 299K1995-1996
Visual Materials Box 7
6517011Administration: A Night For All the Arts 1995, Family Day, Holiday Party, Take Our Daughters to Work Day 1994; Exhibition: A Year With Children 1995; Residencies: Mexico, P.S. 251K, P.S. 299K; Tours; Workshops: Head Start, Parent Involvement, Wynton Marsalis1994-1995
Visual Materials Box 8
6517012Administration: Keith Haring Award; Residencies: ABT, Carlos Velazquez, P.S. 276K, Washington, D.C.: Draper Elementary; Exhibitions: A Year With Children 1992, Museum Mile 1992, Toy As An Expression of Self; Workshops: Circus Arts, David Byrne 1991-1992
Visual Materials Box 9
6517091Residencies: Lower Lab, M.S. 44, P.S. 7M, P.S. 8K, P.S. 50M, P.S. 72, P.S. 124M, P.S. 131, P.S. 144; Workshops: Circus Arts, Nicole Miller, Parent Involvement Initiative, Peter Yarrow 1993-1994
Visual Materials Box 10
6517092Administration: A Night For All the Arts 1993-1995, Artist Meeting at P.S. 155M, Children's Day 1990, Family Days, Letters to Saks and Peter Yarrow; Exhibitions: Carnegie Hall Turns 100, Museum Mile 1991, Vivan Los Niños: Mexico/Nueva York; Residencies: General, Davis Elementary, Lower Lab, Mexico, M.S. 44, P.S. 7M, P.S. 8K, P.S. P.S. 41, P.S. 54R, P.S. 84M, P.S. 87, P.S. 124M, P.S. 126X, P.S. 155M, P.S. 174Q, P.S. 244, P.S. 251K, P.S. 299K, School for the Deaf, Matita Goshen, Corliss Block, P.S. 244, P.S. 101Q; Workshops: Arman, Christo, Gail Rothschild, Nicole Miller; Parent Involvement Initiative, Teacher Training; Unidentified1990-1995
Visual Materials Box 11
6517093Residencies: P.S. 7M, P.S. 8K, P.S. 41, I.S. 44, P.S. 54R, P.S. 124M, P.S. 126X, P.S. 155M, P.S. 174Q, P.S. 197K, P.S. 251K1995
Visual Materials Box 12
6517128Administration: Bushwick Festival, Party, Romare Bearden Benefit; Exhibitions: A Year With Children 1992, Art Expo, Artworks, Cultural Center Museum, Museum Mile 1990; Residencies: Monroe, Louisiana, JHS 296, P.S. 7M, P.S. 50M, P.S. 59M, P.S. 84M, P.S. 88Q, P.S. 101QQ, P.S. 124M; Workshops: John Bertles, Jon Cassotta, Gail Rothschild, Maria Dominguez, Museum Visit, Special Needs Summer1989-2001
Visual Materials Box 13
6517129Administration: An Evening in Harmony, Arts and Education Network Fair; Artist Meeting, Children's Day, Newsletter Photos, P.S. 101Q Sculpture Garden Inauguration; Exhibitions: A Year With Children 1989, Empire State Building; Residencies: Franklin Township, Lower Lab School, P.S. 1M, P.S. 59M, P.S. 84M and Pine Plains, P.S. 84M Mural, P.S. 155M, P.S. 296, P.S. 384KK, Willie Birch, Gerry Griffin and Nancy Solomon; Tours: P.S. 244 Brooklyn Museum Visit; Workshops: Homeless Children, Jewish Guild for the Blind, P.S. 144K English as a Second Language, School for the Deaf; Unidentifiedundated, 1984-1990
Visual Materials Box 14
65171210Admin: Con Edison Party, Natalie Lieberman, P.S. 384K and P.S. 84M Dedications, Sculpture Garden, Staff, Teaching Artists Meeting; Exhibitions: Museum Mile 1990, Vivan Los Niños; Residencies: P.S. 1M, P.S. 8K, P.S. 50M, P.S. 84M, P.S. 158, P.S. 197K, P.S. 384KK, Lab School, Jon Cassotta; Workshops: Circus Arts, Drop Out Prevention/Stay in School, Lehman College, Martita, Teacher Professional Development 1983-2002
Visual Materials Box 15
65171211Admin: Benefits-Peter Yarrow, Faith Ringold, Martin Puryear, Nicole Miller, Eliz Murray, Jack Travis, Staff; Exhibitions: A Year With Children 1993, Museum Mile 1990; Residencies: General, Draper Elementary; Workshops: Collaborations, Dancers with Kids and Performance, Gail Rothschild, Learning Through Health, Renowned Artist Seriesundated, 1989-1993
662210,
662212,
662213,
651701
1, 1, 1, 3Untitled: Oversize Mounted Photographs (4 boxes)undated
B. Media
6517014Audio Cassette re: NJ: Bayonne: Washington School: Bolivian Music With Jose Montano; P.S. 158: Poetry With Bill Logan; NJ: Franklin Township: MacAfee Road School: Animal Fables With Fai Walkercirca 1988-1992
6517015Compact Disc: Visual Resources2004
DVD
6517016Background on Program (4 DVDs)2000-2004
6517017Exhibition: "To Russia With Sew Much Love" Fashion Show2006
6517018Student Projects: Performing Arts Residency Final (2 DVDs)2005
VHS
1012191-7Background on Program (8 tapes)undated, 2004-2007
1012198-11A Pig With Hair (4 tapes)circa 1998
10121912-17A Year With Children (6 tapes)1985-2002
10121918-20Newscasts: Arman Interview with P.S. 7M, Museum Mile 1991, Robert Rauschenberg: Dyslexia Seminar, Sculpture Garden (3 tapes)1989-1991
Residencies
10121921Arman: Learning Through Art/Movado Collaboration1990
10121922Circus Artsundated
10121923-24Learning Health Through Art (2 tapes)circa 1993
10121925Mexico/US1997-1998
10121926Midtown West/P.S. 86X/ P.S. 124M2003
10121927PS. 42M2003
10121928P.S. 197K1998-1999
Student Projects
10121929Dream Explosion, Cinderella Dreams, Nigerian Folk Talesundated
10121930Horror on West 77th Streetundated
10121931La Scuola Italia/I.S. 167: Improv and Performance and Interactive Artsundated
10121932NYC History Through Theatre: Adapting World Folktales for the Stageundated
P.S. 126X
10121933Danceundated
10121934Moving Across the Page1995-1996
10121935P.S. 197K: Video Projectundated
10121936P.S. 251K: Performance1997
10121937Program 173: School's Inundated
6517019-10Unidentified (2 tapes)undated