Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Eva Anderson's Baltimore Dance Theater Collection
Abstract Eva Anderson was the artistic director of the Baltimore Dance Theater, which later became Eva Anderson Dancers, Ltd. Anderson’s choreography aimed to perpetuate American dance with a special emphasis African-American dance forms. The Dance Theater performed primarily in Baltimore and the Maryland area, but also traveled around the U.S. and the world. One of Anderson’s dances, “The Elephant,” was originally performed at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Zoo in Washington, D.C. This...
Dates: circa 1970-2016
Jacques Maroger Papers
Collection — Box 1
Scope and Contents
The Jacques Maroger Papers includes one oversize box containing collected photographs, French and English art magazines, several portfolios containing prints of artwork, and other print materials. The collection includes facsimiles of news clippings and facsimiles of Maroger art exhibit brochures and events in Baltimore during the the 1940s and 1960s. Also present are two books of medical French anatomy drawings [Anatomie Artistique] circa 1910.
Dates: Other: circa 1940-1970
Found in: Baltimore Studies Archives / Jacques Maroger Papers
John "Kinderman" Taylor Papers
Abstract John Taylor, or “The Kinderman,” was an educator, singer, dancer, and children’s television star based in Maryland. His work focused on bringing song, dance, and art to children through his television shows “It’s Kindertime” and “The Kinderman Show,” and through community events and workshops around the Maryland region. This collection consists of a portion of John “Kinderman” Taylor’s educational materials, awards, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other records relating to his career...
Dates: circa 1970-2018
Robert Breck Chapman Photographs
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The collection consists of photographic materials produced for Baltimore's Model Cities Program, Urban Services Agency, and Department of Housing and Community Development. The collection documents anti-poverty, the Cultural Arts Program including youth education programs in Baltimore from the late 1960s through the mid-1990s, the AFRAM Expo between 1976 and 1996, as well as public housing in the 1990s through 2002. The collection contains a variety of photographic materials and...
Roderick Seidenberg and Mabel Dwight Papers
Scope and Contents The Roderick Seidenberg and Mabel Dwight Papers describe the activities and literary works of Roderick Seidenberg and Mabel Dwight in addition to Dwight's lithographic print artwork. A large portion of this collection consists of Dwight's correspondence with Seidenberg. The collection also contains materials related to Seidenberg's time as a conscientious objector and internment. Materials are mainly textual and include correspondence, personal files, news clippings, publications, short...
Station North Oral History Collection
Scope and Contents Note The Station North Oral History Collection contains 10 oral history interviews conducted by Aiden Faust in 2012-2013 with a group of artists and activists who held collective ownership of artists' live-work spaces in Baltimore, Maryland’s Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Each interview includes digital audio recording, interview transcripts, and photographs of interviewees. Topics discussed in the interviews include the history of the Cork Factory building, development of the...