African American artists -- Georgia -- Atlanta
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Arts and Artifact Collection consists of paintings, sketches, photographs, and other artworks of various mediums. The date ranges of the items of this collection are between 1930 and 2012. Pieces from Georgia artists such as Benny Andrews, James Hiram Malone, Mary Parks Washington and Raymond B. Cody are included in this collection. Many of the pieces of this collection highlight the African American experience in Georgia and the South as a whole. From street scenes to portraits...
Overview The James Hiram Malone papers contain items from 1925-1995, with the bulk from 1990-1995, including Malone's resume, early photographs of Malone and his family, newspaper clippings from the Atlanta news leader and Atlanta news weekly including copies of his column Street beat, copies of his books, Brother and Malone's Atlanta, and his Black inventors' gift series paintings. The collection documents both his journalistic and artistic careers.
Overview Records of the Phoenix Arts and Theatre Company, Inc. This collection contains correspondence, exhibition brochures and catalogs, invitations, interviews, photographs, newspaper clippings, magazines, features, biographical data, newsletters, photographs and posters documenting art related events, programs, awards, covering various events and programs locally and nationally. Additional materials include: Literary productions (reproductions) minutes, fliers, financial records and reports. The...