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IU Herron School of Art and Design

 Organization

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Audiovisual Records, 1902 - 1999

 Series
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Herron School of Art and Design records document the activities of administrators, faculty, students, and alumni, the development of the school’s academic programs, its relationship with other arts, cultural, and arts education organizations in the city, state, and nation, and its role in promoting the arts in Indianapolis through exhibitions and other events. The records are divided into twelve series:Director/Dean Records, 1921-2002, consist of the records of the school’s...

Herron School of Art and Design Records

 Collection
Identifier: UA026
Overview The Herron School of Art and Design has provided instruction in both fine and commercial art since 1902. Founded by the Art Association of Indianapolis as part of the John Herron Art Institute, the school became part of the Indiana University system in 1967 and one of the schools of IUPUI in 1969. The school’s faculty, students, and alumni have won several prestigious awards and gained national recognition for their work. The school was located in buildings at 16th and Pennsylvania Streets...

Herron School of Art and Design Records

 Unprocessed — Box: 1
Identifier: A2019/20-019 UA026

Herron School of Art and Design Records

 Unprocessed — Box: 1
Identifier: A2016/17-034 UA-26

Sara Sanderson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS056
Overview This collection contains the information compiled by Sara Sanderson for an article based on a diary written by Marguerite Richey in 1928 while in New York City with her husband, Oakley Richey. Oakley Richey was a Herron School of Art graduate and instuctor. The diary was discovered by Sara Sanderson who subsequently researched and wrote an article based on the diary.