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Art on Campus

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Title Date Summary
151 Hughes letter inaccurate, surprisingly reactionary
College Eye 59:53, p.2
8/20/1965 Art projects and increase in President Maucker's salary are well-justified.
152 Page--art now included in campus architecture plans
Page--John H. (Art Faculty)
College Eye 59:50, p.4
7/23/1965 Two major new pieces of art, plus wall panels, will begin transformation of SCI to visually aesthetic campus.
153 Untitled
College Eye 59:46, p.3
6/25/1965 Students gaze at beginnings of new sculpture on campus.
154 Brewer needed on growing campus to keep architecture on right track
Speirs--Kent (Class of 1965)
College Eye 59:45, p.2
6/18/1965 Praises efforts of Jim Brewer, a recently hired campus planning consultant; would like to see exciting new buildings.
155 Finegan ceramics exhibit compatible with human ideals of knowledge, truth, and creative contemplation--Orth
Orth--Joseph (Student--1965)
College Eye 59:45, p.2
6/18/1965 Potters/pottery plays important role in history of civilization; exhibit of Scandinavian ceramics collected by Don Finegan on display in Library.
156 A Snowman with a shape: nude Venus of art class
Marker--Jean (Student--1964)
College Eye 59:30, p.4
3/26/1965 Snow sculpture stands in front of A. & I Building; photo.
157 What is it?
College Eye 58:35, p.3
7/17/1964 Preparations for sculpture by Ted Egri.
158 Haskell sculpture for new library: copper, steel symbols of human eye
College Eye 58:30, p.7
5/22/1964 Ralph Haskell talks about the sculpture that he recently installed in the Library's front stairwell.
159 Art collection presentation opens Jan. 6 in A & I Gallery
College Eye 58:13, p.3
12/19/1963 Permanent collection on display.
160 New art pieces placed in SCI's permanent collection
College Eye 58:12, p.5
12/13/1963 Brief description of new pieces.
161 CF police search for statue thieves
College Eye 57:17, p.4
2/8/1963 Stolen from Georgian Lounge; recovered in Cedar Falls.
162 Sterpini painting from SCI reproduced in publication
College Eye 57:11, p.5
11/30/1962 Part of permanent collection will be featured.
163 Permanent collection has art for everyone's taste
College Eye 56:37, p.4
7/13/1962 Faculty and staff describe the collection.
164 Untitled
Alumnus 47:2, p.Front Cover
5/1/1962 Finegan sculpture in front of Music Building; photo.
165 Even the art work is harmonizing here
College Eye 56:28, p.4
4/27/1962 Professor Finegan talks at length about his new sculpture that will be placed in front of the Music Building; photo.
166 New art works purchased for permanent collection
College Eye 56:18, p.1
2/9/1962 New purchases represent European work.
167 "Symphonic Sculpture" for Music Building
Alumnus 47:1, p.6
2/1/1962 Professor Finegan explains his work; photo.
168 40 works of art on display in Commons
Shaw--Sharon (Student--1961)
College Eye 56:12, p.1
12/8/1961 Part of permanent art collection on display; hopes to give students more opportunities to see fine art.
169 SCI sports new . . . .
College Eye 52:37, p.3
7/7/1961 A look at some of the outward changes following the name change; bandshell artwork by Professor Delafield being erected; photo.
170 Art lovers' action brings 'Transaction'
College Eye 49:9, p.7
11/8/1957 Work by Charles Cajori has been mounted in Commons for three years.
171 New addition every year for A-I Art Building
College Eye 49:9, p.7
11/8/1957 Department of Art accumulates a collection of art.
172 Donor gives for purchase of art works
College Eye 47:29, p.2
5/4/1956 Frederick Thompson gift used to buy art for campus.
173 Modern art purchased for college
Alumnus 40:2, p.3
5/1/1956 Purchase Cajori work for $250.
174 College history shown in murals
College Eye 40:39, p.6
8/5/1949 George Rackelman painted murals in the Commons depicting ISTC campus buildings and scenes.
175 Take pictures down to paint library walls
College Eye 38:24, p.7
3/21/1947 Not all will be re-hung; smaller groups will be hung periodically.
176 Murals in Library painted by Dodge of New York
College Eye 33:44, p.4
8/14/1942 Lengthy explanation of the meaning of the murals.
177 Purchase two new paintings
College Eye 31:36, p.1
6/21/1940 Work by Harry Johns and Richard Gates will be on display.
178 Tag pullers give trouble
College Eye 30:39, p.1
7/14/1939 Students pull labels off pictures in the Library.
179 See fresco at Commons
College Eye 30:36, p.3
6/23/1939 Replica of Giotto's "Saint Francis Feeding the Birds" in Commons.
180 Inspiring statuary suggested by Father Ries
Alumnus 21:1, p.9
1/1/1937 Alumnus Father M. M. Ries would like to see large outdoor statues on increasingly attractive ISTC campus; suggests something to commemorate role of teachers.
181 Cole will speak on modern art at leisure hour
College Eye 26:2, p.1
6/15/1934 Will speak on work in campus collection.
182 College adds twenty paintings to gallery
College Eye 25:23, p.1
12/4/1933 Will replace those moved from the Library to the Commons.
183 Library staff plans exhibition of prints in coming weeks
College Eye 25:14, p.1
9/29/1933 Library has about three thousand unframed and five hundred framed prints.
184 Library displays prints of world's famous paintings
College Eye 25:12, p.3
9/11/1933 Ten printings from the library's collection will be available for viewing.
185 Past and present conflict in jaunt through library
College Eye 23:16, p.4
10/9/1931 A look at prints displayed in Library.
186 A corner of American paintings
College Eye 19:19, p.1
1/25/1928 Over five hundred reproductions line halls of first floor of Library; photo.
187 Concerning the library murals
College Eye 17:22, p.7
11/11/1925 Explanation of the meaning of the Library murals.
188 Art gallery on main floor of library
College Eye 16:34, p.1
5/13/1925 Main floor of library converted into permanent art gallery; about 250 reproductions on display.
189 Present library capacity does not meet demands; no room for classes in future library plans
College Eye 16:26, p.7
3/18/1925 Library facilities are becoming crowded due to growing book collection and increased enrollment; main hallway on first floor to be devoted to artworks; staff looking forward to elimination of classes in the building.
190 New books added to library stacks weekly
College Eye 16:12, p.2
11/19/1924 About seven thousand books added in past year as well as pamphlets and art prints.
191 A series of photographs
College Eye 14:25, p.4
12/6/1922 Series of photos on Mahaska County World War I conservation efforts now on display in Library.
192 Appreciation of art
Geuder--Margaret Henrietta (Class of 1922)
College Eye 13:27, p.4
3/22/1922 Students need to visit the art exhibits on the fourth floor of the Vocational Building.
193 College Eye picture section
College Eye 13:9, p.5
10/28/1921 Photos from around the Teachers College; photo.
194 Iowa idealism and greatness in painting
College Eye 13:2, p.7
9/7/1921 Description of the panels on the west wall of the Library reading room.
195 The Wall Paintings
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.1
10/1/1920 William de Leftwich Dodge hired to paint two paintings for Reading Room in library--"Education" and "In Memoriam"--for $5000.00.
196 More pictures for library
College Eye 12:5, p.5
9/29/1920 Three more paintings will be hung in the library; William de Leftwich Dodge makes further suggestions.
197 New painting installed in library
College Eye 12:3, p.5
9/15/1920 Paintings by William de Leftwich Dodge; lengthy description of Dodge and his previous work.
198 Painting wall pictures
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.2
4/1/1920 Two large wall paintings for library to be painted by William de Leftwich Dodge. These are called "In Memoriam" and "Education."
199 Wall pictures to be painted in library
College Eye 11:19, p.5
2/11/1920 William de Leftwich Dodge will paint murals on library walls; description of the murals.
200 Faculty votes to secure crayon portraits; late Major W. A. Dinwiddie and Reverend Albert Loughridge are honored
College Eye 10:15, p.6
2/19/1919 Will have portraits made of Major Dinwiddie and Professor Loughridge to hang in Library gallery.


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