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ARTS. Arts in Louisville

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Identifier: ARTS
Collections relating to the fine and performing arts in Louisville

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

Grady Clay papers

 Collection
Identifier: 1991_107-UA
Scope and Contents This large (82.375 foot) collection documents the professional life of Louisville journalist Grady Clay. The vast majority (79.875 linear feet) of the collection consists of topical files of material that Clay collected relating to a large number of cities, states, and countries, as well as other topics of interest to him. Similar material is found in Series V - Projects and reference files (1.75 linear feet). There is a small amount of correspondence and Clay's own writings, as well as...

Committee to Rescue Italian Art records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1978_080-UA
Content Description This collection of the records of the Kentucky Area Committee for the Rescue of Italian Art consists of correspondence (national, regional, and local); newsletters (national); financial information (local contributions and pledges); newsclippings; and miscellaneous notes and reports.

Allan Dittmer papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2015_085
Content Description The collection includes manuscript drafts of the book, galley proofs and related records from Volume 3 of Dr. Dittmer's book "The Power of Ideas" about the Grawemeyer Awards.

D.W. Griffith Film Festival Records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1977_142-UA
Scope and Contents D.W. Griffith, a native of Louisville, found national prominence as a producer of silent movies in the early days of film. In honor of this native son, two Louisville institutions, WAVE-TV and the University College of the University of Louisville, sponsored the D.W. Griffith Film Festival in connection with an amateur film contest. Inaugurated in 1970, the film festival enjoyed local and national attention. Unlike other national film festivals, the Griffith Festival included a silent film...

D.W. Griffith papers (microfilm)

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1982_088-UA

Lee Ebner cartoons

 Collection — Folder 1
Identifier: 2018_157
Content Description Original drawings of cartoons created by Lee Ebner. Since Mr. Ebner worked for the Louisville Times and Courier-Journal for many years, it is assumed that these cartoons were published in one or both of those papers. Only two of them are dated, one in 1978 and one in 1979.

Mary Jo Fink papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2004_109-UA
Content Description This collection contains primarily materials related to Dr. Fink’s tenure as a professor at U of L. These resources include syllabi, research notes, letters of recommendation, financial records of departments, and peer evaluations. There is also information relating to the French Players and the different plays they worked on through Dr. Fink’s association with them.

William Habich papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1973_452-UA
Content Description The William Habich Papers include records on two prominent arts organizations: Louisville Dance Council and the Louisville Theatrical Association. The Louisville Dance Council boxes include business records from 1940s and 1950s as well as programs from the 1960s and 1970s. There are also photographs of the Louisville Civic Ballet Company: posed shots, images taken during performances and rehearsals, and photographs made during social events. The Louisville Theatrical Association records cover...