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This repository holds digital items of importance to Rhodes College. Most items in this collection are available for viewing by the public, but some items are restricted to repository administrators.
This is a print of Francisco Goya's "Señora Sabasa García" on off-white paper. The piece is of a young woman in red on a black background. Below the bottom left corner of the piece, "Published by Shorewood Press / Printed in U.S.A." is printed in small black lettering. Below the bottom right corner of the piece, "National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. / (Mellon Collection)". In the bottom center of the print, "Señora Sabasa García / GOYA" is printed. A yellowing piece of masking tape with...
This is a print of Utrillo's "The Basilica of St. Denis" on glossy paper. This depicts the Basilica with a gray sky. Below the print on the left reads "Published by Shorewood Publishers, Inc. / G-2153". In the center reads "The Basillica of St. Denis / UTRILLO". In the bottom right reads "Kunsthaus, Zurick / S.P.A.D.E.M." There are holes in all four corners from previous hanging. The back is plain. There is a small rip in the left side of the print.
This is an abstract painting featuring splatters of blue and orange on a yellow background. Bottom and left side have green borders. Very loosely glued to cardboard backing. Back of cardboard backing has marker writing indicating correct orientation of piece. Artist signature in upper right corner of back reads: "g. Martin". Beside this, black marker reads: "1/73". Piece has wrinkles and and apparent water damage. Warping, especially near top.
This is a poster advertising an exhibition at the Riverside Museum in New York City. The poster features multi-colored abstract lines and shapes throughout, most notably a large yellow circle near the top. Text near the middle reads: "WEST SIDE ARTISTS - NEW YORK". Text near bottom reads: "SEPT. 27th - NOV. 8th [...] RIVERSIDE MUSEUM, 310 RIVERSIDE DRIVE, NEW YORK (103rd ST.) / FREE TO THE PUBLIC 1-5 P.M. DAILY AND SUNDAY [...] CLOSED MONDAYS AND HOLIDAYS". Small text in bottom right corner r...
This is a poster advertising multiple exhibitions held at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Features various museum information and opening dates for 1965. A Mordechai Ardon print is featured in the upper half of the poster. Rips along top and upper right corner of poster. On back, in blue in: "Israel Museum".
This a print of an exaggerated representation of the Chicago skyline in blue on a white paper background. Text throughout the print gives information regarding show times, location, and dates. A large banner in the center of the piece reads: "ALLEN FRUMKIN GALLERY / OF ART". Writing near the top right quarter of the piece reads: "OPENS JAN. 19th". Artist's signature in graphite in bottom right corner of poster: "RED GROOMS 68". On back, in center of upper third, blue ink reads: "Red Grooms". ...
This poster features a print of a painting of a toreo lifting a red sheet in front of a dark brown bull on a yellow background. Brown borders around print, white glossy paper. Red Spanish text lines the top and bottom of the poster. This includes names in an unorthodox pattern on the bottom third. It seems to be an advertisement for a gallery exhibition. Multiple rips on top and sides of poster. Back of poster reads: "Plaza del Toro" in blue ink.
A poster advertising a George Bireline exhibition. Features a collection of blue, red, purple, and white rectangular shaped creating an abstract design. The bottom features blue and red text reading: "BIRELINE PREVIEW SEPT 21 5-7P.M. / OCT 9 1965 [Andre Emmerich Gallery seal]". On back, in the center of top third, blue in writing reads: "Bireline". Relatively good condition with no rips or insect damage.
Some highlighted collections:
- Sou'wester, the Rhodes College Student Newspaper (recent and oldest issues)
- Rhodes Magazine, the Rhodes College Alumni Magazine
- Annuals of Southwestern and Rhodes College
- Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection and the Hanson Collection's Famous Bibles and Famous Books
- Art & Art History Department Faculty Image Collection
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Documents received from the Office of Academic Affairs
The CODA Fellows program, established in 2005 with generous grant from the Robert and Ruby Priddy Charitable Trust of Wichita Falls, Texas, is for liberal arts majors with a passion for the fine arts. The program fosters leadership, vision, communication skills and innovative thinking for future leaders in the arts.
Experiential Learning programs include: CODA, Crossroads to Freedom, Hollywood-Springdale Partnership, InMotion Musculoskeletal Research Fellowship, Language & Learning Technologies Lab, Rhodes CARES, Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies, Rhodes Learning Corridor, Rhodes/UT Neuroscience Research Fellowship, Rhodes/UT Neurosurgery Fellowship, St. Jude Summer Plus Program and URCAS.
Begun in 1944 as the Memphis Adult Education Center, the Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning serves educational needs of Memphis and the Mid-South Community.
Public collection of historical records of Rhodes College, including founding documents, charters, catalogues, commencement and baccalaureate documents.
Records from the various administrative offices of Rhodes College. Academic Departments are listed under Academic Affairs.
A collection of non-current records of the College that are preserved because of their enduring or legal value.
Contains various rare and unique materials from the College Archives and Special Collections covering a broad range of topics, formats, and periods that have been digitized and made publicly accessible.
Contains images and documents describing life on campus from the 1920s until today, including fraternity and sorority life, honor societies, student government and organizations, and athletics.