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Journey of the Fifth Horse theatre poster, 1976
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Student Activities; Literature; Theatre Department; Students at Play;
Poster for Ronald Ribman's Journey of the Fifth Horse at the Reed Theatre. The play was directed by John Glore '77.
Literary magazines: a brief history. By Gay Walker '69
Alumni, Individual; Hauser Memorial Library; Literature; Poetry; Exhibits; Books
Note on the literary magazines published by Reed students over the decades in association with an exhibit in the library; these publications included writings by Mary Barnard '32, Gary Snyder '51, Phil...
Lives of paintings by Stephanie Snyder '91.
Art; Art Department; Alumni, Individual; Exhibits
Notes about the David Reed exhibit, its catalog, and the artist's work in New York City and elsewhere.
Making visual sense: seven alumni artists. By Nadine Fiedler '89
Alumni, Individual; Art; Art Department
Notes about 7 alumni artists: Melinda Hunt '81, Loren Madsen '65, David Curt Morris '67, Robert Morris '58, David Reed '68, Laurie Reid '86, Arne Westerman '48.
Michael Dennis '69: sculpting shadows
Alumni, Individual; Art
Piece on Michael Dennis '69, a biology major who became a sculpture and visual artist, mixing art and nature.
Midsummer Night's Dream theatre Poster, 1976
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Student Activities; Students at Play; Literature; Theatre Building;
Poster for the Reed Theatre presentation of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, November, 1976.
Moving on: Pat Wong. By Carla Mann '81
Faculty, Individual; Dance Department; Teaching;
Note about the retirement of Pat Wong from the Dance Department after 34 years.
Music Matinee celebrates 25 years.
Campus Events; Music; Music Department; Concerts; Faculty, Individual;
Note about the 25th year of the music series started in 1970 by Ottomar Rudolf, a professor of German from 1963 to 1998. This series is supported by Reed’s Music Associates and has brought a large variety...
Native Dancer literary magazine cover, 1970
Art; Literary Publications; Student Activities; Publications; Literature;
Cover design for the student publication, Native Dancer, 1970.
Calligraphy; Alumni, Individual; Art
Notes on alumni working in the graphic arts and design field who were influenced at Reed including Elizabeth Anderson MAT '72, Charles Bigelow '67, Dorothy Dehn '61, Georgianna Greenwood '60, Kris Holmes...
Notes on the Evolution of Letter-Forms by Lloyd Reynolds, 1975
Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Teaching; Calligraphy; Faculty, Individual;
Article by art professor Lloyd Reynolds on the history of letter-forms, their current readability, and the difficulties of commercial cursive.
On Human Potential by Lloyd J. Reynolds, 1973
Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Calligraphy; Faculty, Individual; Teaching;
Handwritten manuscript by emeritus art professor Lloyd Reynolds about the amazing potential of the human mind to continue to learn.
Portland Junior Symphony poster, 1971
Performing Arts; Student Activities; Students at Play; Music; Concerts; Orchestra; Music Department; Alumni, Individual;
Poster for the Portland Junior Symphony playing at Reed College in 1971. The conductor is Jacob Avshalomov '43 and the pianist is Robin Rubenstein '71. The program was works by Stravinsky, Telemann, Mahler,...
Reed Creative Dramatics Program's Winnie the Pooh and his friends theatre poster, 1976
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Theatre Building; Campus Events;
A poster for The Reed College Crreative Dramatics Program's presentation of Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends, adapted from A.A. Milne's stories and directed by Diana Bellamy and Erik Muten and held at the...
Reed Summer Theatre Repertory poster, 1977
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Theatre Building;
Poster for the Summer Theatre repertory presentation of three plays: Joseph Kesselring's Arsenic and Old Lace with character actress Diana Bellamy; Christopher Marlowe's Edward II; and Androcles and the...
Reynolds Remarks by Lloyd J. Reynolds
Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Teaching; Lecture; Awards; Calligraphy; Convocation;
Address by Reynolds at the presentation of an honorary degree to him of doctor of humane letters at Reed's Convocation on September 7th, 1972. His focus is on gaining meaning through learning and appreciating...
Seth Ulman, 1920-2000.
Faculty, Individual; Theatre Department; Theatre and Drama
Obituary for Seth Ulman, a professor of literature and then of theatre at Reed.
Spoon River Anthology program, 1978
Performing Arts; Theatre and Drama; Theatre Department; Classes; Literature; Student Activities; Students at Play;
Program for the Theatre 200 class' presentation of a selection from Edgar Lee Master's Spoon River Anthology in 1978. Professor Kathleen Worley was the instructor.
Students in ballet class, 1978
Dance Department; Student Activities; Students in class; Athletics; Campus Life; Performing Arts; Sports Center; Griffin;
Two students in the Sports Center, 1978. They are dressed for ballet practice.
The dance of the pen. By Todd Schwartz.
Calligraphy; Reynolds, Lloyd J. [1902-1978, 1929-1969 at Reed]; Student Activities; Graphic Arts Workshop Eliot Hall; Graphic Arts Building; Teaching
Article about Lloyd Reynolds, professor of art and calligraphy teacher, and inspiration to generations of students including Beat Poets and future graphic designers, type designers, and teachers.
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