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Scope and Contents
Two large binders of interview transcripts with participants in the program, and accompanying photographs. Interviewees: Ernst Gombrich, Judy Marle, Mark Whitney, Arata Isozaki, Taka Iimura, J. J. Brody, Anita Thatcher, Michael Wilson, Ken McMullen, Clyde Syddall, Jerrilyn Dodds, Edin Velez, Barry Bergdoll and Nadine Descendre, Robin Cormack, Adrian Maben, Keith Griffiths and the Quay Brothers, Roger Cardinal, Stephen Murray, Richard Greenburg, David Hockney, Phillip Haas, Richard Brilliant, Robert Rosen and Andrea Simon, Cecil Gould, Bill Cran, John Pinto, and Richard Rogers and Corey Shaff. The interviews were conducted by Janet Sternburg. The binder also includes a final transcript of "Art on Film, Film on Art." The collection also includes two copies of the "Art on Film, Film on Art" video guide published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the J. Paul Getty Trust.
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Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Program for Art on Film (New York, N.Y.) Records; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.
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Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library
2022-04-29 Finding aid created. kws
History / Biographical Note
Biographical / Historical
The Program for Art on Film is an international clearinghouse for information about moving image media on the visual arts. Founded in 1984 as a joint venture between the J. Paul Getty Trust and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Program relocated to Columbia University in 1994 where it is administered by the University Libraries. The Program was established to foster new ways of thinking about the relationship between art and moving image media, and to encourage critical analysis of media productions. Its purpose is to define issues, develop programs, and disseminate information that will support the effective production and use of moving image media in order to enhance and broaden public understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts. The Program compiles and maintains the Art on Screen Database, issues a newsletter, develops publications, presents workshops and seminars, and has produced a series of short films and videos involving collaborations between art scholars and filmmakers