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The Museum of Modern Art
Museum Archives
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY 10019-5497
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© 2005 The Museum of Modern Art. All rights reserved.
The Museum of Modern Art, Publisher
Finding aid prepared by the Museum Archives.
Machine-readable finding aid derived from PA SOUND RECORDINGS (NEW) A-B.doc, 2006.Machine-readable finding aid created by Jonathan Lill and Kathleene Konkle. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: The Museum of Modern Art
Title: Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events
Dates: 1939-

Arrangement

Within the general sound recordings, recordings through 1997 are arranged chronologically. Each recording is identified by an inventory number that corresponds to a descriptive entry. Recording number 58.6 refers to the sixth event recorded in 1958. The descriptive entry includes such information as personality, title, date, place, series, participants, sponsor, exhibition, size of tape, speed of tape, length of tape, related material, summary, and donor. Original order has been maintained, therefore there are instances when tape recordings from a single year were inventoried out of sequence: for example, 72.13 occurred on March 17th, whereas 72.14 occurred on March 16th.
Sound recordings 71.30, 71.36, 71.38, 74.5, 74.7, and 74.12 in Series A are missing although original index cards for them exist. In addition, the descriptive index cards transferred to the Museum Archives in 1990 with the sound recordings indicated that there were "no corresponding tapes" for sound recordings 69.2, 69.32, and 69.37.
Beginning in January 1998, sound recordings are catalogued according to the date of accession by the Museum Archives, not, as was previously done, by date of event; i.e. tape 98.6 -- the sixth recording to enter the Museum Archives collection of sound recordings in the calendar year 1998. Sound recordings are arranged numerically by accession number. The decision to change the catalogue numbering system was made in order to maximize the efficiency of the transfer process.
Within the series devoted to Video Viewpoints, recordings are described in the order they were received. The same numbering system is used to identify recordings with "vv" as a prefix to indicate that they form part of the Video Viewpoints series.
A cassette player, a discman and a personal DVD player required to play these recordings are available at The Museum of Modern Art Archives. Equipment required for listening to the reel-to-reel tapes, 10" sound recordings, the Cousino Echomatic II self-threading tape cartridge, and the continuous tape loop is not available.


Scope and Content Note

This Record Group contains recordings of events that either occurred at or are related to Museum of Modern Art activities. Types of events include interviews, lectures, speeches, symposia, panel discussions, and discussions between filmmakers and audience.

The first 887 sound recordings in the collection were produced from 1939 through 1988 and transferred to the Museum Archives in June 1990. The description of those recordings replicates an index card file created by previous custodians of the collection.

Recordings transferred to the archives after June 1990 and continuing to the present were cataloged as received. Included in this group are three tape recordings of the 1939 Museum opening, transferred to the Museum Archives in September 1990.

Types of recording media found in the collection include: 4 10½" sound tape reels, 673 7" sound tape reels, 178 5" sound tape reels, 20 3" sound tape reels, 1 Cousino Echo-matic II self-threading tape cartridge, and 1 continuous loop tape. More recent media include standard audio cassettes and various digital recording formats.

Examples of program series represented by the recordings include The Related Arts of Today, Cineprobe, New Films/New Directors, What's Happening?, Requests from the Archives, Views on Art, Video Viewpoints, Looking at Film, and Italian Filmmakers. Sponsors include the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, New York State Council on the Arts, Jerome Foundation, the Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; and the Junior Council, International Council, Department of Film, Department of Painting and Sculpture, and Department of Education of the Museum.

In 1978 a new program was started by Barbara London, a curator in the Department of Film, concerning artists and their recent media projects. Focusing on experimentation with form and content, the program features both emerging and recognized artists, who discuss their work with the audience. The programs are presented biweekly and explore filmmaking and videomaking, as well as Web-based, installation, and digital art practices. The program was titled Video Viewpoints until 2003 when its name was changed to MediaScope. These recordings have been aranged as a separate group under the heading Video Viewpoints.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The records are open for research and contain few restricted materials.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights, including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Rights to work produced during the normal course of Museum business resides with The Museum of Modern Art. For further information, and to obtain permission to publish or reproduce, contact the Museum Archivist.


Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in DADABASE, the library catalog of The Museum of Modern Art. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons and Organizations:
International Council of The Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Audio-Visual Archives.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Architecture and Design.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Education.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Film.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Painting and Sculpture.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Public Information.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Junior Council.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Museum Archives.
Subjects:
Cineprobe.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Congresses.
New directors/new films.
Symposia.
Video viewpoints.
Document Types:
Interviews.
Lectures.
Speeches.


Related Collections at MoMA and Elsewhere

See also, Registrar exhibition files; transcripts of the Video Viewpoints series in the office of the Media Department; documentation in the Film Study Center; and records in the Museum Archives.


Administrative Information

Provenance

Sound recordings were made for the individual Museum department responsible for the event, namely the Departments of Architecture and Design, Education, Film, Painting and Sculpture, and Public Information. Before the Audio-Visual Archives was established in 1966, the Museum Library stored sound recordings as well as photographs and slides. In 1971, this material became part of the Department of Rights and Reproductions where it remained until 1980 when sound recordings were once again stored in the Library. The first 887 recordings of the collection were transferred from the Library to the Museum Archives in June 1990. Subsequent recordings were transferred to the Museum Archives from various departments, June 1990 to the present.

Preferred Citation

Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Events, [item]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York, NY.

Preservation

In 2001, 119 of the most fragile reel-to-reel tapes were preserved through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. Preservation included the creation of a new 10½ inch analog reel-to-reel archival master tape that is a direct copy of the original. From the archival master, two CD copies were created: a use copy and a back-up. On the CD copies, the sound from the original is enhanced. The 119 original tapes are now retired and access to these recordings is through the CD use copy. Subsequent preservation projects have included the creation of a new archival master in the form of a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) at a high resolution of 96 KHz/24 bit. From the archival master, one or more service copies on CD have been created. The digital master files are also stored on DVD and on hard drive. The original tapes are now retired and their preservation is noted in the inventory.


Container List

 

General Sound Recordings of Museum-Related Activities 1939-present

Item Title Date
39.1a, 39.1D "Opening of The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Nelson A. Rockefeller, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, Lowell Thomas, Edward Bruce, Edsel Ford, John Hay Whitney, Walt Disney (on the history of film), Dean Robert Hutchins, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is 90 minute cassette, third duplicate is DAT.
SUMMARY: Addresses given on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of The Museum of Modern Art.
: 39.1b, D39.1a/b, Please see Transcripts, Folder 1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 18, 1990

NOTE: One of two master cassettes taken from seven audio discs of the same title in the Museum's collection; duplicated by the Museum of Broadcasting, March 20, 1985. Duplicate was created on May 11, 1989. This sound recording was preserved in Fall 2006. In addition to the original and the two duplicate cassettes copies, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. A separate compact disc containing only President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech was also created.

May 10, 1939
39.1b, 39.1D "Opening of The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Nelson A. Rockefeller, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, Lowell Thomas, Edward Bruce, Edsel Ford, John Hay Whitney, Walt Disney (on the history of film), Dean Robert Hutchins, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is 90 minute cassette, third duplicate is DAT.
SUMMARY: Addresses given on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of The Museum of Modern Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 39.1a, D39.1a/b, Please see Transcripts, Folder 1
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 18, 1990

NOTE: One of two master cassettes taken from seven audio discs of the same title in the Museum's collection; duplicated by the Museum of Broadcasting, March 20, 1985. Duplicate was created on May 11, 1989. This sound recording was preserved in Fall 2006. In addition to the original and the two duplicate cassettes copies, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. A separate compact disc containing only President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech was also created.

May 10, 1939
52.1, 52.1D "The Writer Looks At Painting"

PERSONALITY: Janet Flanner Genet
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 26, 1952 (?)
52.2, 52.2D "Comparison of Advertising in the U.S. and Europe"

SERIES: WNYC Art Festival
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Mildred Constantine; Panel Members: Leo Lionni, Will Burton
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Panel discussion

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 27, 1952
52.3, 52.3D "U.S. Architecture Today"

SERIES: WNYC Art Festival
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Philip Johnson; Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Arthur Drexler
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 28, 1952
52.4, 52.4D "The Fauves"

SERIES: WNYC Art Festival
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Andrew C. Ritchie; Alfred H. Barr, Jr., James Thrall Soby
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 29, 1952
52.5, 52.5D "A New Century of Print Making"

SERIES: WNYC Art Festival
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William S. Lieberman; Grace Borgenicht (dealer), Maxil Ballinger (artist), Richard Hunt (collector and Junior Council)
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October, 1952
52.6, 52.6D "Art for Adults & Children"

SERIES: WNYC Art Festival
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Miss Nora Hecht (PAC); Miss Lily Fenichel (teacher of children), Mrs. Sophy P. Regensburg (adult student)
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 30, 1952
52.7, 52.7D "Art Under the Soviet and Nazi Dictatorships"

(#1 of 4)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated talk by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. (Director of Museum Collections)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.8, 52.9, 52.10

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

December 10, 1952
52.8, 52.8D "Art Under The Soviet and Nazi Dictatorships"

(#2 of 4)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated talk by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. (Director of Museum Collections)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.7, 52.9, 52.10

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

December 10, 1952
52.9, 52.9D "Art Under The Soviet and Nazi Dictatorships"

(#3 of 4)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated talk by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. (Director of Museum Collections)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.7, 52.8, 52.10

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

December 10, 1952
52.10, 52.10D "Art Under The Soviet and Nazi Dictatorships"

(#4 of 4)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated talk by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. (Director of Museum Collections)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.7, 52.8, 52.9

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

December 10, 1952
52.11, 52.11D "The Writer Looks at Painting"

(#1 of 3)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Monroe Wheeler, Elmer Rice (playwright), Marianne Moore (poet), Kenneth Burke (philosopher), Janet Flanner (New Yorker), Glenway Wescott (author)
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.12, 52.13

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 26, 1952
52.12, 52.12D "The Writer Looks at Painting"

(#2 of 3)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.11, 52.13

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 26, 1952
52.13, 52.13D "The Writer Looks at Painting"

(#3 of 3)
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 52.11, 52.12

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 26, 1952
53.1, 53.1D "Art & Advertising: New Forms vs. Cliches"

(#1 of 4)
SERIES: Related Arts and Advertising
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Mildred Constantine; Speakers: Leo Lionni (Art Director, Fortune), Paul Smith (Art Director, Calking, Holders, McClintok & Smith), Alfred Auerbach, William H. Whyte ( Fortune magazine Writer)
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 53.2, 53.3, 53.4

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 4, 1953
53.2, 53.2D "Art & Advertising: New Forms vs. Cliches"

(#2 of 4)
SERIES: Related Arts and Advertising
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Mildred Constantine; Speakers: Leo Lionni (Art Director, Fortune), Paul Smith (Art Director, Calking, Holders, McClintok & Smith), Alfred Auerbach, William H. Whyte ( Fortune magazine Writer)
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 53.1, 53.3, 53.4

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 4, 1953
53.3, 53.3D "Art & Advertising: New Forms vs. Cliches"

(#3 of 4)
SERIES: Related Arts and Advertising
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Mildred Constantine; Speakers: Leo Lionni (Art Director, Fortune), Paul Smith (Art Director, Calking, Holders, McClintok & Smith), Alfred Auerbach, William H. Whyte ( Fortune magazine Writer)
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 53.1, 53.2, 53.4

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 4, 1953
53.4, 53.4D "Art & Advertising: New Forms vs. Cliches"

(#4 of 4)
SERIES: Related Arts and Advertising
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Mildred Constantine; Speakers: Leo Lionni (Art Director, Fortune), Paul Smith (Art Director, Calking, Holders, McClintok & Smith), Alfred Auerbach, William H. Whyte ( Fortune magazine Writer)
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 53.1, 53.2, 53.3

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 4, 1953
53.5, 53.5D "Traditional Religion & Contemporary Art"

(#1 of 2)
PLACE: Museum Auditorium
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Edgar Wind
SPONSOR: Junior Council
EXHIBITION: Georges Rouault [MoMA Exh. #535, March 31-May 31, 1953]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated address by Edgar Wind on the occasion of the Rouault Exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 53.6

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

April 8, 1953
53.6, 53.6D "Traditional Religion & Contemporary Art"

(#2 of 2)
PLACE: Museum Auditorium
SERIES: The Related Arts of Today
PARTICIPANTS: Edgar Wind
SPONSOR: Junior Council
EXHIBITION: Georges Rouault [MoMA Exh. #535, March 31-May 31, 1953]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated address by Edgar Wind on the occasion of the Rouault Exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 53.5

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

April 8, 1953
53.6a, 53.6aD "The Museum of Modern Art Reopening"

PERSONALITY: Frank Blair, Aline Saarinen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Sunday," NBC News Program
PARTICIPANTS: Frank Blair, Aline Saarinen
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Tape for "Sunday," a NBC News Program

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

April 29, 1953
53.7, 53.7D "Young Poets"

PLACE: Museum Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Marianne Moore and W.H. Auden
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 13, 1953
53.8, 53.8D "Léger lecture"

PARTICIPANTS: James Johnson Sweeney
EXHIBITION: Léger [MoMA Exh. #545, October 20, 1953-January 3, 1954]
DATA: 7" reel; both sides

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

November 18, 1953
54.1, 54.1D "Ancient Art of the Andes"

(#1 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: René d'Harnoncourt (Director of The Museum of Modern Art)
EXHIBITION: Ancient Arts of the Andes [MoMA Exh. #550, January 25-March 21, 1954]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Talk by René d'Harnoncourt
RELATED MATERIAL: 54.2; Please see Transcripts, Folder 2

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 24, 1954
54.2, 54.2D "Ancient Art of the Andes"

(#2 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: René d'Harnoncourt (Director of The Museum of Modern Art)
EXHIBITION: Ancient Arts of the Andes [MoMA Exh. #550, January 25-March 21, 1954]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Talk by René d'Harnoncourt
RELATED MATERIAL: 54.1; Please see Transcripts, Folder 2

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 24, 1954
54.3 "President Eisenhower's Speech - 25th Anniversary," Original

DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: [NOTE (6/26/90): Tape 54.3 needs to be spliced]
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes D54.3 (3 copies)

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 19, 1954
D54.3 "25th Anniversary Ceremonies"

(#1 of 3)
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Duplicate of tape 54.3
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 54.3, D54.3 (#2 and #3)[NOTE (6/26/90): Tape 54.3 needs to be spliced]

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 19, 1954
D54.3 "25th Anniversary Ceremonies"

(#2 of 3)
SERIES: President Eisenhower's speech
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Duplicate of 54.3
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 54.3, D54.3 (#1 and #3)[NOTE (6/26/90): Tape 54.3 needs to be spliced]

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 19, 1954
D54.3 "25th Anniversary Ceremonies"

(#3 of 3)
SERIES: President Eisenhower's speech
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Duplicate of 54.3
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 54.3, D54.3 (#1 and #2)[NOTE (6/26/90): Tape 54.3 needs to be spliced]

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 19, 1954
54.4, 54.4D "American Artist"

PARTICIPANTS: Mrs. E. Powis Jones
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 23, 1954
55.1, 55.1D "Family of Man"

EXHIBITION: The Family of Man [MoMA Exh. #569, January 24-May 8, 1955]
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 27, 1955
55.2, 55.2D "Family of Man"

PERSONALITY: Capt. Edward J. Steichen
PARTICIPANTS: Edward J. Steichen, M. Siegnitz
EXHIBITION: The Family of Man [MoMA Exh. #569, January 24-May 8, 1955]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Interview conducted in French

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 27, 1955
55.3, 55.3D "International Council Meeting"

(#1 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Aline Saarinen, George F. Kennan, Main R. Bocher
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: International Council's "First Annual Conference;" a public lecture and not a private meeting.
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 55.4

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 12, 1955
55.4, 55.4D "International Council Meeting"

(#2 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Aline Saarinen, George F. Kennan, Main R. Bocher
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 55.3

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 12, 1955
55.5, 55.5D "Alfred H. Barr, Jr. Lectureship Dinner"

DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 31, 1955
56.1, 56.1D "Monitor Radio Recording - Bartos, Smith and Capstaff"

SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel

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January 22, 1956
56.2, 56.2D "Drawings, U.S.A."

PARTICIPANTS: Mrs. E. Powis Jones
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Interview with Mrs. E. Powis Jones

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May 29, 1956
57.1, 57.1D "Speeches at the Art Directors Club"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: René d'Harnoncourt, Paul Smith
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Luncheon at The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 3

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January 20, 1957
57.2, 57.2D "Lecture in Museum Auditorium"

(#1 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Pablo Picasso
PLACE: Museum Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler
EXHIBITION: Picasso 75th Anniversary [MoMA Exh. #619, May 4-September 8, 1957]
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 57.3

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May 23, 1957
57.3, 57.3D "Lecture in Museum Auditorium"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Pablo Picasso
PLACE: Museum Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler
EXHIBITION: Picasso 75th Anniversary [MoMA Exh. #619, May 4-September 8, 1957]
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 57.2

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May 23, 1957
58.1, 58.1D "Gaudi Symposium at Museum of Modern Art"

(#1 of 2)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Henry-Russell Hitchcock, José Luis Sert, James Johnson Sweeney. Salvador Dali was not present for medical reasons; his remarks were recorded at the hospital and the recording was played at the symposium.
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 58.2

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January 20, 1958
58.2, 58.2D "Gaudi Symposium at Museum of Modern Art"

(#2 of 2)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jose Lois Sert, James Johnson Sweeney. Salvador Dali was not present for medical reasons; his remarks were recorded at the hospital and the recording was played at the symposium.
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 58.1

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January 20, 1958
59.1, 59.1D "The International Council - Penthouse"

(#1 of 2)
PLACE: Penthouse
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 59.2

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October 22, 1959
59.2, 59.2D "The International Council - Penthouse"

(#2 of 2)
PLACE: Penthouse
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 59.1

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October 22, 1959
60.1, 60.1D "Dada Lives"

(#1 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Huelsenbeck (Dr. C.R. Hulbeck), David Ossman
DATA: 7" reel; 71/2 ips; 46:30
SUMMARY: An interview between Richard Huelsenbeck (Dr. C.R. Hulbeck) and David Ossman
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 60.1a (part 2)
DONOR: WBAI Studios

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December, 1960
60.1a, 60.1aD "Dada Lives"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: David Ossman, Richard Huelsenbeck
PARTICIPANTS: David Ossman, Richard Huelsenbeck
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: For broadcast: KPFK, KPFA, WBAI
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 60.1 (part 1)

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December, 1960
60.2, 60.2D "Museum of Modern Art, N.Y.C. Abstract Photography Exhibit"

PARTICIPANTS: Grace Mayer, Kathleen Haven
DATA: 7" reel

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March, 1960
60.3, 60.3D "Leo Steinberg Lecture"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Leo Steinberg
PLACE: Auditorium
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 60.4, 60.5, 60.6

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March 2, 1960
60.4, 60.4D "Leo Steinberg Lecture"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Leo Steinberg
PLACE: Auditorium
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 60.3, 60.5, 60.6

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March 2, 1960
60.5, 60.5D "Contemporary Art"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Leo Steinberg
PLACE: Auditorium
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 60.3, 60.4, 60.6

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February 24, 1960
60.6, 60.6D "Contemporary Art"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Leo Steinberg
PLACE: Auditorium
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 60.3, 60.4, 60.5

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February 17, 1960
60.7, 60.7D "Symposium on Contemporary Art"

(#1 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Casper Citron
PLACE: WRFM
SERIES: Casper Citron Show
SPONSOR: WRFM
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 60.8

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June 6, 1960
60.8, 60.8D "Symposium on Contemporary Art"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Casper Citron
PLACE: WRFM
SERIES: Casper Citron Show
SPONSOR: WRFM
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 60.7

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June 6, 1960
60.9, 60.9D "Alienation in Art and Philosophy" Dimensions

(#1 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Walter Kaufmann
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Talk by Walter Kaufmann
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 60.11

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April 12, 1960
60.10, 60.10D "30th Anniversary for Contributing Members"

PLACE: Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
DATA: 7" reel

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October 10, 1960
60.11, 60.11D "Alienation in Art and Philosophy" Dimensions

(#2 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Walter Kaufmann
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Talk by Walter Kaufmann
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 60.9

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April 12, 1960
60.12, 60.12D Untitled

PLACE: Penthouse, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: René d'Harnoncourt, James Hopkins Smith, Jr., etc.
EXHIBITION: "Visionary Architecture" - Exh. #670
DATA: 7" reel; 71/2 ips
SUMMARY: Speeches at a Fund-raising dinner

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Fall, 1960
61.1, 61.1D "Contemporary Arts Museum Program"

PLACE: University of Houston
PARTICIPANTS: Dr. Harold Rosenberg (Art Critic and Artist), Dr. William Lee Pryor (Program Director)
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: University of Houston tapes Contemporary Arts Museum Program

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May 24, 1961
61.2, 61.2D "James Johnson Sweeney talks with Dr. William Lee Pryor"

PARTICIPANTS: James Johnson Sweeney, Dr. William Lee Pryor
DATA: 7" reel

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June 12, 1961
61.3, 61.3D "Art of Assemblage"

(#1 of 4)
SERIES: Art of Assemblage Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William C. Seitz; Panel members: Roger Shattuck, Richard Huelsenbeck, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Rauschenberg, Lawrence Alloway
EXHIBITION: The Art of Assemblage [MoMA Exh. #695, October 4-November 12, 1961]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 61.4, 61.5, 61.6, Please see Transcripts, Folder 4

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October 19, 1961
61.4, 61.4D "Art of Assemblage"

(#2 of 4)
SERIES: Art of Assemblage Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William C. Seitz; Panel members: Roger Shattuck, Charles Huelsenbeck, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Rauschenberg, Lawrence Alloway
EXHIBITION: The Art of Assemblage [MoMA Exh. #695, October 4-November 12, 1961]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 61.3, 61.5, 61.6, Please see Transcripts, Folder 4

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October 19, 1961
61.5, 61.5D "Art of Assemblage"

(#3 of 4)
SERIES: Art of Assemblage Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William C. Seitz; Panel members: Roger Shattuck, Charles Huelsenbeck, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Rauschenberg, Lawrence Alloway
EXHIBITION: The Art of Assemblage [MoMA Exh. #695, October 4-November 12, 1961]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 61.3, 61.4, 61.6, Please see Transcripts, Folder 4

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October 19, 1961
61.6, 61.6D "Art of Assemblage"

(#4 of 4)
SERIES: Art of Assemblage Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William C. Seitz; Panel members: Roger Shattuck, Charles Huelsenbeck, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Rauschenberg, Lawrence Alloway
EXHIBITION: The Art of Assemblage [MoMA Exh. #695, October 4-November 12, 1961]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 61.3, 61.4, 61.5, Please see Transcripts, Folder 4

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October 19, 1961
62.0, 62.0D "Matisse's JAZZ"

PERSONALITY: Henri Matisse
PLACE: Illinois
SPONSOR: WBBM Radio
EXHIBITION: JAZZ by Henri Matisse [MoMA Exh. #667, June 17-September 19, 1960], Burpee Gallery of Art, Rockford, Illinois
DATA: 7" reel

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January 23, 1962
62.1, 62.1D "Edward J. Steichen Toward Abstraction"

PERSONALITY: Edward J. Steichen
DATA: 7" reel

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February 15, 1962
62.2, 62.2D "Museum of Modern Art Builds"

PLACE: Third Floor Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Speakers: William A.M. Burden, René d'Harnoncourt, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, Gardner Cowles
EXHIBITION: The Museum of Modern Art Builds: Models and Photographs of Proposed Building Plans of Museum [MoMA Exh. #710a, October 1, 1962 - cont.]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Dinner

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October 2, 1962
62.3 "Pop Art"

(1 of 2)
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 62.4
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Selz, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture; Henry Geldzahler, Assistant Curator of American Painting and Sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Hilton Kramer, critic; Dore Ashton, art historian and critic; Leo Steinberg, art historian and critic; Stanley Kunitz, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet.
SUMMARY: The hot-button issue of its day generates unbridled passions from speakers and listeners alike during this hair-raising argument at The Museum of Modert Art on December 13, 1962. Hear curator Henry Geldzahler duke it out with critics Hilton Kramer, Dore Ashton, Leo Steinberg and Stanley Kunitz over whether or not Pop is art worthy of display in the museum. Historian Peter Selz does his best to moderate.

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December 13, 1962
62.4 "Pop Art"

(2 of 2)
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 62.3
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Selz, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture; Henry Geldzahler, Assistant Curator of American Painting and Sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Hilton Kramer, critic; Dore Ashton, art historian and critic; Leo Steinberg, art historian and critic; Stanley Kunitz, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet.
SUMMARY: The hot-button issue of its day generates unbridled passions from speakers and listeners alike during this hair-raising argument at The Museum of Modert Art on December 13, 1962. Hear curator Henry Geldzahler duke it out with critics Hilton Kramer, Dore Ashton, Leo Steinberg and Stanley Kunitz over whether or not Pop is art worthy of display in the museum. Historian Peter Selz does his best to moderate.

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December 13, 1962
63.1, 63.1D "Interview with René d'Harnoncourt"

PERSONALITY: René d'Harnoncourt
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Interview

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May 1, 1963
63.2, 63.2D "Rodin and 20th Century Sculpture"

PERSONALITY: Rodin
PARTICIPANTS: Albert E. Elsen (Associate Professor of Art History, Indiana University)
EXHIBITION: Rodin [MoMA Exh. #721, May 1-September 8, 1963]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Illustrated lecture by Albert E. Elsen (Associate Professor of Art History, Indiana University)

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May 9, 1963
64.5, 64.5D Untitled

(#1 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Marcel Duchamp, George Heard Hamilton, Richard Hamilton
DATA: 7" reel; 71/2 ips; single track
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 64.6

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October 20, 1962
64.6 Untitled

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Marcel Duchamp, George Heard Hamilton, Richard Hamilton
DATA: 7" reel; 71/2 ips; single track
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 64.5

October 20, 1962
65.1, 65.1D "Introduction: The Eye Has Its Reasons"

(#1 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of the Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 1st in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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February 1, 1965
65.2, 65.2D "Bipolar Organization"

(#2 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Deptartment of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 2nd in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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February 8, 1965
65.3, 65.3D "Painting and Sculpture - Peter Selz"

(#1 of 6)
PERSONALITY: Peter Selz
SERIES: Six Lectures on the Collections
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 1st in a series of 6 lectures on the Collections
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.6, 65.9, 65.12, 65.15

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February 9, 1965
65.4, 65.4D "Gestalt Law of 'Good Continuation'"

(#3 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 3rd in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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February 15, 1965
65.5, 65.5D "Object Motion ('Real Motion') & the Stationary Camera"

(#4 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 4th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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February 22, 1965
65.6, 65.6D "The Film Library and The Film Maker"

(#2 of 6)
PERSONALITY: Willard Van Dyke
SERIES: Six Lectures on the Collections
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 2nd in a series of 6 lectures on the Collections
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.3, 65.9, 65.12, 65.15

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February 23, 1965
65.7, 65.7D "To Hold, As It Were, a Moving Mirror Up to Nature"

(#5 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 5th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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March 1, 1965
65.8, 65.8D "Angles, low and high, as variables of shooting"

(#6 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 6th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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March 8, 1965
65.9, 65.9D "Architecture and Design"

(#3 of 6)
PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler
SERIES: Six Lectures on the Collections
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 3rd in a series of 6 lectures on the Collections
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.3, 65.6, 65.12, 65.15

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March 9, 1965
65.10, 65.10D "Another Variable: Viewers Distance from the Screen"

(#7 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 7th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.11, 65.13, 65.14

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March 15, 1965
65.11, 65.11D "Tricks as Tricks and as Legitimate Filmic Devices"

(#8 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 8th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.13, 65.14

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March 22, 1965
65.12. 65.12D "Painting and Sculpture"

(#4 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William C. Seitz
SERIES: Six Lectures on the Collections
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 4th in a series of 6 lectures on the Collections
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.3, 65.6, 65.9, 65.15

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March 23, 1965
65.13, 65.13D "Esthetics of Film Form"

(#9 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 9th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.14

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March 29, 1965
65.14, 65.14D "Esthetics of Film Content"

(#10 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Slavko Vorkapich
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Visual Nature of The Film Medium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 10th in a series of 10 lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.1, 65.2, 65.4, 65.5, 65.7, 65.8, 65.10, 65.11, 65.13

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April 5, 1965
65.15, 65.15D "Drawing and Prints"

(#5 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William S. Lieberman
SERIES: Six Lectures on the Collections
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 5th in a series of 6 lectures on the Collections
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 65.3, 65.6, 65.9, 65.12

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April 20, 1965
65.15a "Art New York Motherwell"

PERSONALITY: Robert Motherwell
PLACE: Hastings Hall [Yale University?]
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Motherwell
EXHIBITION: Robert Motherwell [MoMA Exh. #776, October 1-November 28, 1965]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Robert Motherwell speaks to students in Hastings Hall
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 65.15b
DONOR: Received December 11, 1968

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April 22, 1965
65.15b "Art New York Motherwell"

PERSONALITY: Robert Motherwell
PLACE: Channel 13
EXHIBITION: Robert Motherwell [MoMA Exh. #776, October 1-November 28, 1965]
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 65.15a. Please see Transcripts, Folder 108
DONOR: Received December 11, 1968

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circa April 1965
65.16, 65.16D "Art Forum Bruce Glazer Interviews Ad Reinhardt"

PARTICIPANTS: Bruce Glazer, Ad Reinhardt
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 109

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October 11, 1965
65.17, 65.17D "Whither Underground"

SERIES: Junior Council Independent Film Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Willard Van Dyke; Panel: Robert Breer, Judith Christ, Susan Sontag, Robert Osborn
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel

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November 11, 1965
66.1, 66.1D "Planning: Promises and Premises"

PERSONALITY: Vincent C. Scully, Jr.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Shape of Cities in Our Time
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Arthur Drexler; Moderators: Ronald Alwerk, Robert A.M. Stern; Interlocutors: Peter Blake, William Conklin, Ulrick Franzen, Philip Johnson, Romaldo Giurgola, Chas. Moore, I.M. Pei, Paul Rudolph, Robert Venturi, Joseph Wasserman
SPONSOR: Architectural League of N.Y.; Department of Architecture and Design
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 66.3 & 66.4

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February 16, 1966
66.2, 66.2D "The Art of the Animated Film"

PERSONALITY: John Hubley, Willard Van Dyke, Louis Dorffman, Leonard Glasser, Henry Hopkins, Fred Mogubgub, Jerome Snyder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: John Hubley; Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Louis Dorffman, Leonard Glasser, Henry Hopkins, Fred Mogubgub, Jerome Snyder
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of film followed by statements from each panelist and questions from audience

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February 2, 1966
66.3, 66.3D "It's What's Happening: San Francisco"

PERSONALITY: M. Justin Herman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Shape of Cities in Our Time
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Architectural League of N.Y.
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 66.1, 66.4

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March 2, 1966
66.4, 66.4D "It's What's Happening: New Haven"

PERSONALITY: Richard C. Lee
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Shape of Cities in Our Time
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Architectural League of N.Y.
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 66.1, 66.3

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March 30, 1966
66.5, 66.5D "Film and Its Relation to Other Art Forms"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Dr. Ralph Baldwin; Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Marshall McLuhan, Tony Schwartz
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Sound and film presentation by Tony Schwartz followed by talk by McLuhan and questions from audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 5

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June 28, 1966
66.6, 66.6D "Mike Wallace at Large"

PERSONALITY: Mike Wallace
PLACE: CBS-Radio
SPONSOR: CBS-Radio
EXHIBITION: Toward a Rational Automobile [MoMA Exh. #806, September 27-November 27, 1966]
DATA: 7" reel; 1/2 track; 71/2 ips
SUMMARY: Opening of exhibition

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October 5, 1966 (Aired: 3:35 p.m.)
66.7, 66.7D "Films by Maya Deren"

PERSONALITY: Maya Deren
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Shirley Clark, Pearl Primus, Amos Vogel
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; monaural; 1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion of films by Maya Deren: "Meshes in the Afternoon," "At Land," "A Study in Choreography," "Ritual in Transformed Time," "The Very Eye of Night"

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November 17, 1966
66.8 "Japanese Artists Today: Tradition, Change and Dilemma"

PERSONALITY: William S. Lieberman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
EXHIBITION: The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #809, October 19, 1966-January 2, 1967]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Lecture with slides
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release No. 123 (1966) in box lid

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December 6, 1966; 8:30 p.m.
67.1, 67.1D "Is There a New Cinema?"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Emile de Antonio, Shirley Clarke, Jonas Mekas, Lino Micciche, Annette Michelson, Amos Vogel
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid; Please see Transcripts, Folder 6

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January 20, 1967
67.2, 67.2D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Mayor John V. Lindsay
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; City of New York
EXHIBITION: The New City: Architecture and Urban Renewal [MoMA Exh. #818, January 24-March 13, 1967]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Luncheon and preview of exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 67.3 (duplicate of 67.2)

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January 24, 1967
67.3, 67.3D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Mayor John V. Lindsay
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; City of New York
EXHIBITION: "The New City: Architecture and Urban Renewal" - Exh. #818
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Luncheon and preview of exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 67.2 (67.3 is duplicate of 67.2)

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January 24, 1967
67.4, 67.4D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SPONSOR: Department of Public Information; Department of Corporate Membership
EXHIBITION: The New City: Architecture and Urban Renewal [MoMA Exh. #818, January 24-March 13, 1967]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips

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May 9, 1967; 8:00 p.m.
67.5, 67.5D "Picasso Sculpture"

PERSONALITY: René d'Harnoncourt
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Martha Deane
EXHIBITION: The Sculpture of Picasso [MoMA Exh. #841, October 11, 1967-January 1, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 67.7 (duplicate(?) of 67.5), 67.8, 67.16; Please see Transcripts, Folder 7

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October 16, 1967
67.6, 67.6D "The Unknown American Negro Artists"

PERSONALITY: Romare Bearden
PLACE: WBAI-FM Radio
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jeanne Sigel; Romare Bearden
SPONSOR: WBAI-FM Radio
DATA: 7" reel; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips

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October 12, 1967
67.7, 67.7D "Picasso Sculpture"

(duplicate?)
PERSONALITY: René d'Harnoncourt
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Martha Deane
EXHIBITION: The Sculpture of Picasso [MoMA Exh. #841, October 11, 1967-January 1, 1968]
DATA: 10 1/2" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 67.5 (the original tape - 67.7 is a duplicate(?) of 67.5), 67.8, 67.16, Please see Transcripts, Folder 7

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October 16, 1967
67.8, 67.8D "The Sculpture of Picasso"

PERSONALITY: Sir Roland Penrose
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: The Sculpture of Picasso [MoMA Exh. #841, October 11, 1967-January 1, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 67.5, 67.7, 67.16

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October 19, 1967; 8:30 p.m.
67.9, 67.9D "Transportation Graphics: Where am I Going? How Do I Get There?"

PERSONALITY: Mildred Constantine (host)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: George Nelson; Lowell K. Bridwell, Jock Kinneir, Pierre Bourgeau
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Dot Zero; Transportation Displays, Inc.
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips; Duplicate is 7" reel.
SUMMARY: Symposium for professionals
RELATED MATERIAL: Dot Zero 5; tapes 67.10, 67.11

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October 23, 1967 (morning session)
67.10, 67.10D "Transportation Graphics: Where am I Going? How Do I Get There?"

PERSONALITY: Mildred Constantine (host)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: George Nelson; Theodore Karagheuzoff
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Dot Zero; Transportation Displays, Inc.
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips; Duplicate is 7" reel.
SUMMARY: Symposium for professionals; Henry A. Barnes talk read by Theodore Karagheuzoff
RELATED MATERIAL: Dot Zero 5; tapes 67.9, 67.11

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October 23, 1967 (noon session)
67.11, 67.11D "Transportation Graphics: Where am I Going? How Do I Get There?"

PERSONALITY: Mildred Constantine (host)
PLACE: Donnell Library Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: George Nelson; Will Burton, Donald Appleyard, Peter Chermayeff, Bob Noorda, Jock Kinneir, Charles Haar, Daniel T. Scannell, Harmon H. Goldstone
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; Dot Zero; Transportation Displays, Inc.
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; half-track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips; Duplicate is 7" reel.
SUMMARY: Symposium for professionals
RELATED MATERIAL: Dot Zero 5; tapes 67.9, 67.10;

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October 23, 1967 (afternoon session)
67.12, 67.12D "The Art of Japanese Film"

PERSONALITY: Donald Richie
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips

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November 1, 1967; 8:00 p.m.
67.13, 67.13D "Sculpture in Environment"

PLACE: WBAI-FM Radio
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jeanne Siegel; Les Levine, Paul Frazier, Forest Myers, Chryssa
SPONSOR: WBAI-FM Radio
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; time 40:50
DONOR: WBAI-FM Radio

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November 2, 1967
67.14, 67.14D "An Evening with Fritz Lang"

PERSONALITY: Fritz Lang
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Talk by Fritz Lang prior to screening of "Spies"

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November 28, 1967
67.15, 67.15D "An Evening with Roberto Rossellini"

PERSONALITY: Roberto Rossellini
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Susan Sontag, Roberto Rossellini
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Discussion of film by Susan Sontag; screening of "Viaggio in Italia"; discussion with director

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December 18, 1967
67.16, 67.16D "The Sculpture of Picasso"


PERSONALITY: René d'Harnoncourt
PLACE: WNYC-AM Radio
SERIES: Views on Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Ruth Bowman; René d'Harnoncourt
EXHIBITION: The Sculpture of Picasso [MoMA Exh. #841, October 11, 1967-January 1, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; One Audio C.D.
SUMMARY: Interview with René d'Harnoncourt
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 67.5, 67.7, 67.8; Please see Transcripts, Folder 8

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November 2, 1967, 9:00 p.m.; November 8, 1967, 4:00 p.m.
68.1, 68.1D "Word and Image"

SERIES: "Today Show"
PARTICIPANTS: Aline Saarinen
SPONSOR: NBC-TV
EXHIBITION: Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art 1879-1967 [MoMA Exh. #850, January 25-March 10, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel

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January 23, 1968
68.2, 68.2D "The Films of Jean-Luc Godard"

PERSONALITY: Richard Roud
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: William Van Dyke; Richard Roud
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; single track; one side; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid; Please see Transcripts, Folder 9

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January 31, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.3, 68.3D "A Symposium on the Possibilities & Responsibilities of Art Criticism"

PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin, Thomas B. Hess, Max Kozloff, Hilton Kramer, Philip Leider
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: William S. Rubin; Thomas B. Hess, Max Kozloff, Hilton Kramer, Philip Leider
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; side 1; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 1st of ten lectures (Robert Rosenblum; Harold Rosenberg, Robert Goldwater, Leo Steinberg, Wayne Anderson, Lawrence Alloway, Clement Greenberg, Eugene Goossen)
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid, (press release?); tapes 68.4, 68.6, 68.7, 68.9, 68.10, 68.11, 68.13

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February 14, 1968; 8:00 p.m.
68.4, 68.4D "Abstract Expressionism and the Northern Romantic Tradition"


PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 2nd of ten lectures (Hess et.al., Rosenblum, Rosenberg, Goldwater, Steinberg, Anderson, Alloway, Greenberg, Goossen)
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 68.3; tapes 68.3, 68.6, 68.7, 68.9, 68.10, 68.11, 68.13

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February 28, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.5 "In the Beginning"

PERSONALITY: Kemp R. Niver
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Kemp R. Niver
SPONSOR: Department of Film; with the cooperation of Thomas Brandon
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: A discussion about film restored from the Paper Print Collection of the Library of Congress

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February 29, 1968; 8:00 p.m.
68.6 "The Concept of Action from Action Paintings to Happenings"

PERSONALITY: Harold Rosenberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 3rd in a series of ten lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: 68.3, 68.4, 68.7, 68.9, 68.10, 68.11, 68.13

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March 6, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.7 "Anatomizing Abstract Expressionism"

PERSONALITY: Robert Goldwater
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 4th in a series of ten lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: 68.3, 68.4, 68.6, 68.9, 68.10, 68.11, 68.13

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March 13, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.8 "The Surrealist Adventure: Relationship Between Surrealist Artists and Writers"

PERSONALITY: Marcel Jean
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture; the Graduate Division, The City University of New York
EXHIBITION: "Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage" - Exh. #855
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips

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March 27, 1968; 8:00 p.m.
68.9 "Surrealist and Neo-Plastic Fusion in Sculpture of the 40's and 50's"

PERSONALITY: Wayne Andersen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 6th of ten lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 68.3; tapes 68.3, 68.4, 68.6, 68.7, 68.10, 68.11, 68.13

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April 10, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.10 "A Context for Pop Art"

PERSONALITY: Lawrence Alloway
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 68.3; tapes 68.3, 68.4, 68.6, 68.7, 68.9, 68.11, 68.13.

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May 1, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.11 "States of Art"

PERSONALITY: Clement Greenberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 68.3; tapes 68.3, 68.4, 68.6, 68.7, 68.9, 68.10, 68.13.

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May 8, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.12, 68.12D "Dada--Surrealism"

PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: WCBS
SERIES: "Camera III"
PARTICIPANTS: Producer of "Camera III": James MacAllen; Script Writer: Chodorov
SPONSOR: WCBS
EXHIBITION: Dada, Surrealism and their Heritage [MoMA Exh. #855, March 27-June 9, 1968]
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Preparatory discussion for broadcast
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 68.12a
DONOR: WCBS

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May 19, 1968; 11:00 a.m. (broadcast time)
68.12a, 68.12aD "Dada--Surrealism"

PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin, James MacAndrew
PLACE: WCBS TV
SERIES: "Camera III"
PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin and James MacAndrew
EXHIBITION: Dada, Surrealism and their Heritage [MoMA Exh. #855, March 27-June 9, 1968]
DATA: 101/2" reel
SUMMARY: Discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 68.12

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May 19, 1968
68.13 "The New Shape of Art"

(#10 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Eugene Goossen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "American Art Since World War II"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Jakobson
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Typescript of lecture; tapes 68.3, 68.4, 68.6, 68.7, 68.9, 68.10, 68.11.

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May 29, 1968; 8: 30 p.m.
68.14 "Dadascope I & II"

PERSONALITY: Hans Richter
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introductions: Willard Van Dyke, William S. Rubin
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: Dada, Surrealism and their Heritage [MoMA Exh. #855, March 27-June 9, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: World premiere of films followed by discussion with filmmaker

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June 6, 1968; 8:00 p.m.
68.15, 68.15D "An Evening with Jim McBride"

PERSONALITY: Jim McBride and L.M. Kit Carson (actor)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; side 1; monaural; 1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "David Holzman's Diary" followed by discussion with filmmaker and principal actor.

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October 1, 1968; 5:30 p.m.
68.16, 68.16D "The Lubitsch Touch"

PERSONALITY: Herman C. Weinberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; side 1; monaural; 1/2 track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion of Ernst Lubitsch before screening of "Anna Boleyn" (Deception)
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release #104, October 20, 1968

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October 24, 1968; 8:00 p.m.
68.17, 68.17D "A Literary Evening in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr."

PERSONALITY: Dr. William Rutherford (moderator)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Wilder Green; James Baldwin, Allen Ginsberg, Ralph Ellison, Robert Penn Warren
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art; Southern Christian Leadership Conference
EXHIBITION: In Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King [MoMA Exh. #873a, October 31-November 3, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; 1/2 track; side 1; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Program of readings and discussions

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November 3, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.18 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Bates Lowry
PLACE: WOR
SERIES: "Martha Deane Program"
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Martha Deane
SPONSOR: WOR
DATA: 7" reel; side 1; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
DONOR: WOR

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November 4, 1968; 10:15 a.m. (air time)
68.19, 68.19D "An Evening with George and Mike Kuchar"

PERSONALITY: George and Mike Kuchar
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; side 1; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of six films followed by discussion with filmmakers
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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November 5, 1968; 5:30 p.m.
68.20 "Press Preview"

PLACE: November 11, 1968; 2:00 p.m.(?)
SPONSOR: Department of Public Information; Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.)
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Awarding of prize winners for the E.A.T. sponsored competition of work created by artist/engineer
RELATED MATERIAL: Exhibition catalog; MoMA press release

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The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
68.21, 68.21D "The Merry Widow"

PERSONALITY: James Card
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Lubitsch Touch
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; James Card
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: James Card introduces "The Merry Widow"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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November 21, 1968; 8:00 p.m.
68.22, 68.22D "An Evening of Computer-Produced Films"

PERSONALITY: Kenneth Knowlton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Machine: Special Programs"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: "The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age" - Exh. #877
DATA: 7" reel, side 1; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips

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December 2, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.23, 68.23D "An Evening with David Brooks"

PERSONALITY: David Brooks
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; side 1; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of six films followed by discussion with filmmaker

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December 3, 1968; 5:30 p.m.
68.24, 68.24D "Tatlin: The Culture of Material"

PERSONALITY: Troels Anderson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Machine: Lecture Series (Wednesday evenings)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Troels Anderson
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 10

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December 4, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.25, 68.25D "Revolution in Russian Art"

PERSONALITY: Troels Anderson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Troels Anderson
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 11; transcript (unedited by speaker) by Sondra Leff located in office of Coordinator of Educational Services

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December 6, 1968
68.26, 68.26D "The Artist and Industry"

PERSONALITY: Billy Kluver
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Machine: Special Programs" (Monday Evenings)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction Anne Hanson; Billy Kluver
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 12; typescript, edited by speaker, located in Library

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December 16, 1968
68.27, 68.27D "The Futurist 'Macchinismo'"

PERSONALITY: Marianne Martin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Trustees' Room
SERIES: The Machine: Lecture Series (Wednesday evenings)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Elaine Johnson; Marianne Martin
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Illustrated lecture

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December 18, 1968; 8:30 p.m.
68.28, 68.28D "Critic's Choice"

PERSONALITY: Bosley Crowther
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Critic's Choice"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Margareta Akermark; Bosley Crowther
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips

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April 4, 1968; 8:00p.m.
68.29, 68.29D "Artists Europe"

PERSONALITY: Gio Pomodoro
PARTICIPANTS: Gio Pomodoro; Jeanne Siegel
SPONSOR: WBAI-FM Radio
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 36:00
SUMMARY: Interview
DONOR: WBAI-FM Radio

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October 11, 1968
68.30, 68.30D "Sculpture and Architecture: A Dialogue"

(#1 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Barbara Rose; Claes Oldenburg, Robert Murray, Paul Rudolph, Richard Meier
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 36:00
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 68.31
DONOR: WBAI-FM Radio

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January 21, 1968 (aired); November 21, 1967 (recorded)
68.31, 68.31D "Sculpture and Architecture: A Dialogue"

(#2 of 2)
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Barbara Rose; Claes Oldenburg, Robert Murray, Paul Rudolph, Richard Meier
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 41:00
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 68.30
DONOR: WBAI-FM Radio

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January 21, 1968 (aired); November 21, 1967 (recorded)
68.32, 68.32D "Artists Europe"

PERSONALITY: Marisol
PLACE: WBAI-FM Radio
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jeanne Siegel; Marisol
SPONSOR: WBAI-FM Radio
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips; 26:00

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October 24, 1968
68.33, 68.33D "Artists Europe"

PERSONALITY: Anton Tàpies Puig
PLACE: WBAI-FM Radio
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jeanne Siegel; Anton Tàpies Puig
SPONSOR: WBAI-FM Radio
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips; 28:30

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November 7, 1968
68.34, 68.34D "The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age"

PERSONALITY: Helen M. Franc
PARTICIPANTS: Interviewer: Jeanne Marchall; Helen M. Franc
SPONSOR: Voice of America; United States Information Agency
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 7 1/2 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release
DONOR: United States Information Agency

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December 30, 1968
68.35, 68.35D "Model Cities: The Work in Progress"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Jack Robertson, Eugenia Flatow, Norval White, Horace Morancie, Paul Friedburg, Steven Roberts, Arthur Drexler
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jack Robertson; Eugenia Flatow, Norval White, Horace Morancie, Paul Friedburg, Steven Roberts, Arthur Drexler
SPONSOR: Municipal Art Society; The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Manhattan Observed [MoMA Exh. #854, March 22-July 1, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; two sides; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release; tapes 68.36, 68.37

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May 13, 1968
68.36, 68.36D "Model Cities: The Work in Progress"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Jack Robertson, Eugenia Flatow, Norval White, Horace Morancie, Paul Friedburg, Steven Roberts, Arthur Drexler
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jack Robertson; Eugenia Flatow, Norval White, Horace Morancie, Paul Friedburg, Steven Roberts, Arthur Drexler
SPONSOR: Municipal Art Society; The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Manhattan Observed [MoMA Exh. #854, March 22-July 1, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; two sides; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release; tapes 68.35, 68.37

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May 13, 1968
68.37, 68.37D "Model Cities: The Work in Progress"

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Jack Robertson, Eugenia Flatow, Norval White, Horace Morancie, Paul Friedburg, Steven Roberts, Arthur Drexler
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Jack Robertson; Eugenia Flatow, Norval White, Horace Morancie, Paul Friedburg, Steven Roberts, Arthur Drexler
SPONSOR: Municipal Art Society; The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Manhattan Observed [MoMA Exh. #854, March 22-July 1, 1968]
DATA: 7" reel; two sides; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release; tapes 68.35, 68.36

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May 13, 1968
68.38, 68.38D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Tony Smith, Renee Sabatello Neu
PARTICIPANTS: Renee S. Neu interviews Tony Smith
EXHIBITION: "Tony Smith" - Circulating Exh. #68-9
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Renee S. Neu interviews Tony Smith (sculptor)

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July 31, 1968
68.39, 68.39D "Panel Discussion - Santiago de Chile"

PARTICIPANTS: Johnson, Ellenu, [Roser] Bru, Ortirar, [Fernando] Vilches, Asselen(?)
EXHIBITION: "Visionary Architecture" - International Circulating Exh. #F-103-65
DATA: Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Side A: Panel discussion - Santiago de Chile (in Spanish)[Side B: Panel Discussion - "New Paltz"; Louise Nevelson, Sam Hunter and Barbara Rose as judges]

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1968
69.1, 69.1D "The Permanent Collection in Light of 'The Machine'"

PERSONALITY: Ruth Bowman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Ruth Bowman
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release in box lid

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January 2, 1969
69.2 NO CORRESPONDING TAPE
69.3, 69.3D "Marcel Duchamp"

PERSONALITY: Lawrence D. Steefel, Jr.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Machine: Lecture Series (Wednesday evenings)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Lawrence D. Steefel, Jr.
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; single track; one side; 3 3/4 ips; Duplicate is 7" reel.
RELATED MATERIAL: Transcription (unedited) in Library?

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January 8, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.4 "E.A.T.: An Experiment in Collaboration"

PERSONALITY: Lloyd Kreutzer and Julie Martin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Lloyd Kreutzer; Julie Martin
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release

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January 9, 1969; 12:00 noon
69.5 "The Machine and Nature"

PERSONALITY: Jean Depuy and Alvin Lucier
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: "Chorus for Six Hearts" (Jean Depuy), using Heart Beats Dust (large version); "Chambers" (Alvin Lucier)
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; program; tape 69.6

January 15, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.6 "The Machine and Nature"

PERSONALITY: Jean Depuy and Alvin Lucier
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: "Chorus for Six Hearts" (Jean Depuy), using Heart Beats Dust (large version); "Chambers" (Alvin Lucier)
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; program; tape 69.5

January 16, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.7 "Why We Know Absolutely Nothing About Film"

PERSONALITY: Henri Langlois
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Henri Langlois
SPONSOR: Department of Film; New York University School of the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Rare films from the Cinematheque Francaise used to illustrate talk
RELATED MATERIAL: Press release in box lid

January 20, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.8 "The Ghost in the Machine: Art and Politics"

PERSONALITY: Ronald Hunt
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Machine: Lecture series (Wednesday evenings)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Ronald Hunt
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Series program and press release

January 22, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.9 "Some Aspects of 'The Machine'"

PERSONALITY: Helen M. Franc
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release

January 23, 1969
69.10 "Man +"

PERSONALITY: John McHale
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Machine: Special Programs (Monday evenings)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; John McHale
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; single track; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: LIMITATION: approval of speaker [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: Series program and press release

January 27, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.11, 69.11D "New Canadian Cinema I"

PERSONALITY: Jack Chambers
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Jack Chambers
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of: "Place of Pleasure," "1933," "Sailboat," "Steel Mushrooms," "R34," followed by discussion with Jack Chambers
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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February 4, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.12 "The Machine"

PERSONALITY: Jennifer Licht
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Jennifer Licht
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age [MoMA Exh. #877, November 27, 1968-February 9, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press release

February 6, 1969
69.13, 69.13D "New Canadian Cinema II"

PERSONALITY: Joyce Wieland
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Joyce Wieland
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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February 18, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.14 "Julio Gonzalez: Transformations"

PERSONALITY: Josephine Withers
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: Julio Gonzalez [MoMA Exh. #879, January 21-March 18, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:37:37

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February 20, 1969
69.15 "The Architect and the Natural Environment"

PERSONALITY: Barry Commoner, Nathaniel Owings, Ian Nairn
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Arthur Drexler; Moderator: William H. Whyte; Lathrop Douglass for American Institute of Architects
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design; American Institute of Architects, New York Chapter
DATA: 7" reel; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; Please see Transcripts, Folder 13

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February 25, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.16, 69.16D "An Evening with Peter Gessner and Thomas Hurwitz"

PERSONALITY: Peter Gessner and Thomas Hurwitz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Peter Gessner, Thomas Hurwitz
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Last Summer Won't Happen," followed by discussion with filmmakers
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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March 4, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.17 "de Kooning: The Different Natures of His Abstraction"

PERSONALITY: Richard Lanier
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Richard Lanier
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning [MoMA Exh. #884, March 5-April 26, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release in box lid

March 6, 1969
69.18, 69.18D "An Evening with Michael Snow"

PERSONALITY: Michael Snow
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Showing of films and discussion with filmmaker

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March 18, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.19 "The Museum's Collection: How It Is Formed"

PERSONALITY: Betsy Jones
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
SPONSOR: International Study Center
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release

March 20, 1969
69.20, 69.20D "An Evening with Paul Sharits"

PERSONALITY: Paul Sharits
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Paul Sharits
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion with filmmaker following screening of films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tape D69.20 (duplicate of 69.20)

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April 1, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.21 "Alain Resnais: Predecessors and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Richard Roud
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Richard Roud
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: "The Films of Alain Resnais" (April 3-20, 1969)
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Lecture with film excerpts
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; flyer

April 2, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.22 "The Weaver's Art Expands"

PERSONALITY: Jack Lenor Larsen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Jack Lenor Larsen
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: Wall Hangings [MoMA Exh. #882, February 25-May 4, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:46:41

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April 3, 1969
69.23, 69.23D "An Evening with Bernardo Bertolucci"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Bernardo Bertolucci
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Italian Filmmakers"
PARTICIPANTS: Bernardo Bertolucci; Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Istituto Italiano di Cultura
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 1st of three evenings with young Italian filmmakers
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release in box lid; tapes D69.23, 69.41, 69.49

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April 8, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.24 "Kandinsky Watercolors"

PERSONALITY: Rose-Carol Washton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Rose-Carol Washton
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: Kandinsky Watercolors [MoMA Exh. #887, April 1-May 11, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: MoMA press release

April 10, 1969
69.25, 69.25D "An Evening with Ed Pincus and David Neuman"

PERSONALITY: David Neuman and Ed Pincus
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; David Neuman, Ed Pincus
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "One Step Away" followed by discussion with filmmakers
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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April 15, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.26 "An Evening with Bruce Conner"

PERSONALITY: Bruce Conner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Bruce Conner
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of films followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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April 22, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.27 "The American Action Movie"

PERSONALITY: Lawrence Alloway
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The American Action Movie" (film series)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Lawrence Alloway
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Introduction of series and screening of "The Killers"
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; program

April 24, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.28 "Children and the Arts"

PERSONALITY: Robert Alexander and Yvonne Andersen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jane Bland; Robert Alexander, Yvonne Andersen
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Bank Street College of Education (Conference: Guidance in Elementary Education)
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Demonstration of techniques used at Arena Stage Theater for Children and Youth, Washington, D.C., by Robert Alexander; Yvonne Andersen discusses films made by children at Yellow Ball Workshop
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 28, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.29 "Tamarind"

PERSONALITY: Virginia Allen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Noon Lectures
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: Tamarind: Homage to Lithography [MoMA Exh. #890, April 29-September 1, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Lecture on the history and techniques of lithography and the stimulation and preservation of the art of lithography as affected by Tamarind in the 1960's.
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release in box lid

May 1, 1969
69.30, 69.30D "An Evening with Stan Brakhage"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion by filmmaker of Parts I & II of "Scenes From Under Childhood"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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May 6, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.31 "Old Scraps: A Pictorial Detective Story"

PERSONALITY: Alfred Frankenstein
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Alfred Frankenstein
SPONSOR: International Study Center
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion of the process by which After the Hunt was exposed as the work of John Frederick Peto rather than William Harnett
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA Press Release in box lid; After the Hunt: William Harnett and other American Still Painters, 1870-1900, 1953, Univ. of Calif. Press; Art News, Sept. 1968.

May 8, 1969
69.32 NO CORRESPONDING TAPE
69.33 "The Photography of August Sander"

PERSONALITY: Gary Metz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Rorimer; Gary Metz
SPONSOR: International Study Center; Department of Photography
EXHIBITION: August Sander (1876-1964) [MoMA Exh. #885, March 14-July 7, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips (first 15-20 min. of lecture not recorded)
SUMMARY: Slide lecture on the work of August Sander along with introduction to protraiture and the successors to the style of Sander's work
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release

May 15, 1969
69.34 "An Evening with Betty Bronson"

PERSONALITY: Betty Bronson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Betty Bronson (star of film), William Everson
SPONSOR: Department of film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 1924 film "Peter Pan," followed by discussion with Betty Bronson
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 15, 1969
69.35, 69.35D "An Evening with Laurence Kardish"

PERSONALITY: Laurence Kardish
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Laurence Kardish
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Slow Run," followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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May 20, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.36 "The World of Louise Nevelson"

PERSONALITY: Colette Roberts
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Hanson; Colette Roberts
SPONSOR: International Study Center
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Slide lecture; interview with Louise Nevelson on audio tape
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release in box lid

May 22, 1969
69.37 NO CORRESPONDING TAPE
69.38 "German Expressionist Painting"

PERSONALITY: Anne Rorimer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Anne Rorimer
SPONSOR: International Study Center
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:34:08

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June 5, 1969
69.39, 69.39D "A Tribute to Anita Loos"

PERSONALITY: Anita Loos
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Introduction of Anita Loos: Gary Carey
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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June 8, 1969; 6:15 p.m.
69.40 "An Evening with James Ivory"

PERSONALITY: James Ivory
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; James Ivory
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Showing of excerpts from four films followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release, program notes in box lid

June 9, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.41, 69.41D "An Evening with Marco Bellochio"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Marco Bellocchio
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Italian Filmmakers"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Marco Bellochio
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Istituto Italiano di Cultura
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 2nd of three evenings with young Italian filmmakers; screening of "I Pugni in Tasca" (Fist in His Pocket), followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 69.23, 69.49

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June 10, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.42 "Prints & Illustrated Books in the Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection"

PERSONALITY: Riva Castleman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: Twentieth-Century Art from the Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller Collection [MoMA Exh. #892, May 28-September 1, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; slide list in box lid

June 12, 1969
69.43 "The Films of Robert B. Radnitz"

PERSONALITY: Robert B. Radnitz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Films of Robert B. Radnitz"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Robert B. Radnitz
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Introduction of series with producer; premier screening of "My Side of the Mountain"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes and Paramount publicity flyer in box lid

June 12, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.44, 69.44D "An Evening with Stanton Kaye"

PERSONALITY: Stanton Kaye
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Stanton Kaye
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Brandy in the Wilderness"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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June 17, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.45 "The New American Painting and Sculpture: The First Generation"

PERSONALITY: April Kingsley (McMenamin)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Noon Lectures
SPONSOR: International Study Center
EXHIBITION: The New American Painting and Sculpture: The First Generation [MoMA Exh. #893, June 18-October 5, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release in box lid

June 19, 1969
69.46, 69.46D "An Evening with Paul Lammers"

PERSONALITY: Paul Lammers
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Paul Lammers
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Initiation" followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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July 1, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.47, 69.47D "Film Preview: "Easy Rider"

PERSONALITY: Jack Nicholson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Jack Nicholson
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Preview showing of "Easy Rider" followed by discussion with Jack Nicholson
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release

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July 10, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.48, 69.48D "An Evening with John Klein"

PERSONALITY: John Klein
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; John Klein
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 1/2 track; monaural; 71/2 ips; 6:50
SUMMARY: Showing of an untitled film by John Klein, follwed by discussion with filmmaker

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July 15, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.49 "An Evening with Cesare Zavattini"

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Cesare Zavattini
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Italian Filmmakers"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Interpreter: Adrienne Mancia; Cesare Zavattini, Ugo Gregoretti
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Istituto Italiano di Cultura
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:50:57
SUMMARY: Introduction of "Amore in Citta (Love in the City)," followed by discussion with Cesare Zavattini of this and his other films; discussion with Ugo Gregoretti of his film "Apalon: Occupied Factory"
RELATED MATERIAL: Third of three evenings with Italian filmmakers; tapes 69.23, 69.41.

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May 13, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.50, 69.50D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Bates Lowry
SPONSOR: Columbia University: President's Luncheon, Alumni & Executive Association, School of Business, Columbia
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips

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April 3, 1969; noon
69.51 "Sounds for Silents"

PERSONALITY: Charles Hofmann
SERIES: "Camera III"
PARTICIPANTS: Interviewer: James MacAndrew; Charles Hofmann
SPONSOR: CBS-TV
DATA: 7" reel; 71/2 ips; Camera III Audio Dub Ep #31-69
RELATED MATERIAL: Hofmann: Sounds for Silents (book)

July 27, 1969(?)
69.52 "An Evening with Andrew Meyer"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Meyer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Match Girl" and "An Early Clue to a New Direction," followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

September 9, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.53 "An Evening with Ken Jacobs"

PERSONALITY: Ken Jacobs
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Ken Jacobs
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Sky Socialist" follwed by discussion with filmmaker

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

Spetember 16, 1969
69.54 "Art Workers Coalition Meeting with MoMA Staff"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Trustees' Room
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Arthur Drexler
DATA: 7" reel; single track; both sides; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 30, 1969; 5:00 p.m.
69.55 "An Evening with Joseph Jacoby"

PERSONALITY: Joseph Jacoby
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Shame, Shame, Everybody Knows Her Name," followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 7, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.56 "An Evening with Alan Jay Lerner"

PERSONALITY: Alan Jay Lerner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Alan Jay Lerner
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Excerpts from Lerner films, followed by discussion with Alan Jay Lerner
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 9, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.57 "An Evening with Will Hindle"

PERSONALITY: Will Hindle
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Will Hindle
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of Will Hindle's films followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 14, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.58 "An Evening with Ed Emshwiller"

PERSONALITY: Ed Emshwiller
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Laurence Kardish; Ed Emshwiller
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Image, Voice and Flesh," followed by discussion with the filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 21, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.59 "Documents of The Ray Gun Theater"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Claes Oldenburg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
EXHIBITION: Claes Oldenburg [MoMA Exh. #902a, September 23-November 23, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Program #1 given for Contributing Members at 6:00. Claes Oldenburg has tape of Program #2 given at 8:00 p.m.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program in box lid; tape 69.60

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October 22, 1969; 6:00 p.m.
69.60 "Documents of The Ray Gun Theater"

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Claes Oldenburg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
EXHIBITION: Claes Oldenburg [MoMA Exh. #902a, September 23-November 23, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Program #3 given at 9:30 p.m.. Claes Oldenburg has tape of Program #2 given at 8:00 p.m.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program in box lid; tape 69.59

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October 22, 1969; 9:30 p.m.
69.61 "Claes Oldenburg: Traditional Revolutionary"

PERSONALITY: Barbara Rose
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
EXHIBITION: Claes Oldenburg [MoMA Exh. #902a, September 23-November 23, 1969]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; one side
SUMMARY: Illustrated slide lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: Rose: Claes Oldenburg, The Museum of Modern Art, N.Y. 1969.; MoMA press release

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November 5, 1969; 8:30 p.m.
69.62, 69.62D "An Evening with Lloyd M. Williams"

PERSONALITY: Lloyd M. Williams
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; one side
SUMMARY: Screening of films followed by discussion with audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

November 7, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.63, 69.63D "New Yugoslav Films"

PERSONALITY: Zelimir Zilnik
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; one side
SUMMARY: Screening of "Early Works" followed by discussion with director
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 69.64, 69.65, 69.67

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

November 13, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.64 "Student Press Conference with Yugoslav film directors"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Library
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Willard Van Dyke; Zelimir Zilnik, Boro Draskovic, Dusan Makavejev, Branko Ivanda, Zivojin Pavlovic
SPONSOR: Department of Public Information
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion with film directors named above (please see participants)
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid; tapes 69.63, 69.65, 69.67

November 20, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.65, 69.65D "New Yugoslav Films"

PERSONALITY: Boro Drascovic
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Horoscope" followed by discussion with director
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 69.63, 69.64, 69.67

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

November 20, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.66 "Art Workers Coalition Meeting with MoMA Staff"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Trustees' Room
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Arthur Drexler
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 25, 1969; 4:00 p.m.
69.67, 69.67D "New Yugoslav Films"

PERSONALITY: Dusan Makavejev
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Innocence Unprotected" followed by discussion with director
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 69.63, 69.64, 69.65

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

November 25, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.68, 69.68D "F.W. Murnau and German Expressionism in the Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Lotte Eisner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Lecture illustrated with clips from F.W. [Friedrich Wilhelm] Murnau's filmsRELATED MATERIALS: Program notes in bo lid; tapes 69.68

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for a press release and program notes.

November 26, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.69, 69.69D "An Evening with Paul Morrissey"

PERSONALITY: Paul Morrissey
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Flesh" followed by discussion with the filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for a press release.

December 19, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.70, 69.70D "An Evening with Tom Palazzolo"

PERSONALITY: Tom Palazzolo
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of films followed by discussion with the filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes listing films in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

December 2, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.71, 69.71D "North-American Filmmakers: At Home and Abroad"

PERSONALITY: James Salter
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Three" followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tape 69.72

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

December 23, 1969; 5:30 p.m.
69.72, 69.72D "North American Filmmakers: At Home and Abroad"

PERSONALITY: Susan Sontag
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Duet for Cannibals" followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tape 69.71

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

December 18, 1969; 8:00 p.m.
69.73 "Music Tape for Contributing Members Opening"

PLACE: 6th floor, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 47 recordings by different music artists/groups
RELATED MATERIAL: List of recordings in box lid

December 22, 1969 (recorded December 13, 1969)
70.1 "An Evening with James Herbert"

PERSONALITY: James Herbert
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening and discussion of "Pluto," "Porch Glider," and "ARC"

January 6, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.2 "A Tribute to George Stevens"

PERSONALITY: George Stevens
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "A Tribute to George Stevens" - January 8-27, 1970
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Directors Guild of America
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; time: ca. 7:00
SUMMARY: Screening of "A Place in the Sun"

January 8, 1970
70.3 "Mike Wallace: At Large"

PERSONALITY: Mike Wallace
SERIES: WCBS-Radio
EXHIBITION: Spaces [MoMA Exh. #917b, December 30, 1969-March 1, 1970]
DATA: 5" reel
DONOR: WCBS-Radio

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 15, 1970
70.4 "An Evening with Joyce Wieland"

PERSONALITY: Joyce Wieland
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "La Raison Avant la Passion"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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January 20, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.5 "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here"

PERSONALITY: Abraham Polonsky
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Abraham Polonsky
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; one side; single track; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here," followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 22, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.6 "An Evening with Genesis I and II"

PERSONALITY: Richard B. Childs (Director of Genesis Films, Ltd.)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Richard B. Childs
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 4 films from Genesis I package and 5 films from Genesis II package
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 3, 1970
70.7 "An Evening with Hal Roach"

PERSONALITY: Hal Roach
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Hal Roach
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel

February 11, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.8 "An Evening with MAX-OUT"

PERSONALITY: Robert Kaylor (Director)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: MAX-OUT is a group effort in which director-cameraman Robert Kaylor and producer Phoebe Kaylor worked with members of the Fortune Society, an organization of ex-convicts whose aim is to inform the public about prison conditions.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 17, 1970
70.9 "The Invention of the Movies & the Discovery of Their Magic"

(#1 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision and Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; both sides
SUMMARY: 1st in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Louis Lumiere, Georges Melies, Ferdinand Zecca, Emile Cohl, Thomas Alva Edison, Cecil Hepworth, etc.
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid; tapes 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34.

February 18, 1970
70.10 "Beginnings and Evolution - The Fictional Film"

(#2 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 2nd in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Edwin Porter, D.W. [David Wark] Griffith, Charles Chaplin; the early French, Italians, Swedes; up to Stroheim
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34.

February 25, 1970
70.10a The Museum of Modern Art

SPONSOR: Picasso Exhibition
DATA: Cousino Echo-matic II self-threading tape cartridge

February 25, 1970
70.11 "An Evening with Standish Lawder"

PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Standish Lawder
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Program notes in box lid

March 3, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.12 "Beginnings and Evolution - The Factual Film"

(#3 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Willard Van Dyke
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 3rd in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; John Grierson, Paul Rotha, Robert Flaherty, the British School, the American School, etc.
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34

March 4, 1970
70.13 "The Making of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid"

PERSONALITY: George Roy Hill, Robert L. Crawford, Ronald Priessman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: George Roy Hill
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of the documentary "The Making of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," written and directed by Robert Crawford, produced by Ronald Priessman. George Roy Hill, the director of "Butch Cassidy...," discusses the film with the audience.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 5, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.14 "An Evening with Juleen Compton"

PERSONALITY: Juleen Compton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Plastic Dome of Norma Jean"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 10, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.15 "The Emergence of a Personal Cinema - Experiments in Syntax"

(#4 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Donald Richie
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 4th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Jean Vigo, René Clair, Luis Buñuel, etc. The Characteristics of the Avant-Garde; Comedy as a Personal Art
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34

March 11, 1970
70.16 "An Evening with Gary Keys"

PERSONALITY: Gary Keys
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Gary Keys
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Mexican Suite," "Don't Make Me Over," and "Give Peace a Chance"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 17, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.17 "Soviet Silent Cinema: Experiments in Montage and Propaganda"

(#6 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 6th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Sergei M. Eisenstein, Vsevolod Pudovkin, Dziga Vertov, Dovshenko, etc.
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34

March 25, 1970
70.18 "The Studio Film - Movies for the Millions: The Hollywood Picture, its Conventions, Unspoken and Otherwise"

(#7 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 7th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34

April 1, 1970
70.19 "An Evening with Bruce Baillie"

PERSONALITY: Bruce Baillie
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Show Leader," "Valentin de las Sierras," "Quick Billy," "Castro Street," "All My Life," and "Quixote"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 7, 1970
70.20 "New Directions I - Personal Cinema"

(#8 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Donald Richie
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision and Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 8th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Carl Theodor Dreyer, André Bresson, Yasujiro Ozu, Jean-Luc Godard, etc.; the End of Plot and the Return of Surprise
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.23, 70.24, 70.34

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 8, 1970
70.21 "Art and Subsidy 1970"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: John Hightower; Vinette Carroll, Joan Davidson, Doris Freedman, Sherwin Goldman, Alex Gross, Edward I. Koch, Roy Lichtenstein, Ralph Ortiz, Richard Weinstein
SPONSOR: Junior Council
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; Please see Transcripts, Folder 14

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April 14, 1970
70.22 "An Evening with Hollis Frampton"

PERSONALITY: Hollis Frampton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Artificial Light" and "Zorns Lemma," followed by discussion session between Hollis Frampton and the audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 14, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.23 "New Directions II - The New Realism"

(#9 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Willard Van Dyke
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 9th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Cinema-Verite, the Underground, Warhol as a Documentarist, etc.
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.24, 70.34

April 15, 1970
70.24 "New Directions III - The New Surrealism, the Time Capsule, Film as Magic"

(#10 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 10th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.34

April 22, 1970
70.25 "Dillinger is Dead"

PERSONALITY: Marco Ferreri
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 24, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.26 "An Evening with Marco Ferreri"

PERSONALITY: Marco Ferreri
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "El Seme Dell' Uomo" (The Seed of Man), 1969, followed by discussion session with Marco Ferreri.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 28, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.27, 70.27D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Edward J. Logue
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Municipal Art Society
DATA: 7" reel

NOTE: This recording has been preserved on two C.D.'s.

May 5, 1970
70.28 "An Evening with Walter Gutman"

PERSONALITY: Walter Gutman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Walter Gutman
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Grape Dealer's Daughter"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 5, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.29 "Ten Filmmakers Under Twenty One"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe[8/27/90: from Laurence Kardish - no Cineprobe on this date]
PARTICIPANTS: Young Filmmaker's Foundation, incorporated in 1968 by Rodger Larson, Jaime Barrios and Lynne Hofer
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Films by Ronnie Cogle, Angela Deitrich, Fred Perez, Andy Gurian, Mike Jacobsohn, Andy Lamy, Jose Colon, Peter Zabriskie, Orson Montanez, Alfonso Sanchez. These films were made at the Film Club and the Henry Street Settlement Movie Club.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 19, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.30 "The Bed of the Virgin"

PERSONALITY: Philippe Garrel (Director)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Amos Vogel
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Discussion with Amos Vogel following the screening of the film
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 28, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.31 "An Evening with Peter Goldman"

PERSONALITY: Peter Emanuel Goldman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Wheel of Ashes," 1968
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 2, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.32 "An Evening with George Romero"

PERSONALITY: George Romero
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Night of the Living Dead"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2012. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

June 16, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.33 "An Evening with Jonas Mekas"

PERSONALITY: Jonas Mekas
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Diaries, Notes and Sketches" (also known as "Walden"), 1965-1969
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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June 23, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.34 "The German Expressionist Cinema and its Aftermath"

(#5 of 10)
PERSONALITY: Standish Lawder
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Vision & Revision: A Selective History of the Film"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 5th in a series of 10 illustrated lectures; Robert Wiene, Fritz Lang, F.W. [Friedrich Wilhelm] Murnau, etc.
RELATED MATERIAL: Brochure in box lid of 70.9; tapes 70.9, 70.10, 70.12, 70.15, 70.17, 70.18, 70.20, 70.23, 70.24

March 18, 1970
70.35 "Model to Museum"

PERSONALITY: Philip Johnson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Committee Room
SPONSOR: Steering Committee
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 15

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 21, 1970
70.36 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Sylvia Milgram
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips

April 26, 1970
70.37 "Films from the Semaine Internationale de la Critique Francaise"

PERSONALITY: Louis Macorelles
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Louis Macorelles, The Association of French Film Critics
DATA: 5" reel; TRT: 00:19:04
SUMMARY: Screening of "Ice," 1969
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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October 15, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.38 "An Evening with Robert Breer"

PERSONALITY: Robert Breer, Freddie Young
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Breer, Freddie Young
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: First 144' of tape are of Freddie Young; the remainder is from the Cineprobe with Robert Breer

October 6, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.38a "An Evening with Steven Sbarge"

PERSONALITY: Steven Sbarge
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Steven Sbarge
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Ira, You'll Get into Trouble," followed by discussion between filmmaker and audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 20, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.39 "Le Printemps"

PERSONALITY: Marcel Hanoun
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Alliance Francaise
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 21, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.40 "Oliver Twist"

PERSONALITY: Anthony Havelock-Allan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
DATA: 5" reel

October 29, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.41 "Woman in the Window"

PERSONALITY: Joan Bennett
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Bennett Family
PARTICIPANTS: Joan Bennett
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 16:48
SUMMARY: Beginning of tape is recording of Joan Bennett and Harry Richman in "Putting on the Ritz"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 28, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.42 "An Evening with Barry Gerson"

PERSONALITY: Barry Gerson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 20:00
SUMMARY: Screening of "Expanding Years," "Vernal Equinox," "Summer Reverence," "Waning Summer," followed by discussion with filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 10, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.43 "Now, Voyager"

PERSONALITY: Hal Wallis
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Hal B. Wallis
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Hal Wallis
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

November 17, 1970
70.44 "An Evening with Aldo Tambellini"

PERSONALITY: Aldo Tambellini
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Black Film Series #1," followed by discussion session with Aldo Tambellini
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 24, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.45 "An Evening with Hilary Harris and George Breidenbach"

PERSONALITY: Hilary Harris and George Breidenbach
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Laurence Kardish; Hilary Harris
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Nuer"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 1, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.46 "An Evening with Joshua Logan"

PERSONALITY: Joshua Logan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Donald Richie; Joshua Logan
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Bus Stop," 1956, Mr. Logan's gift to the Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 3, 1970; 8:00 p.m.
70.47 "An Evening with Paul Williams"

PERSONALITY: Paul Williams
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Laurence Kardish; Paul Williams
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Revolutionary," 1970
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 8, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.48 "An Evening with Saul Landau"

PERSONALITY: Saul Landau
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Saul Landau
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Fidel," 1970, followed by discussion with audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 15, 1970; 5:30 p.m.
70.49 "Holiday"

PERSONALITY: George Cukor
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; George Cukor
SPONSOR: Membership
DATA: 5" reel

August 26, 1970
71.1 "An Evening with Ian Hugo"

PERSONALITY: Ian Hugo
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Laurence Kardish; Ian Hugo
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 7 films, followed by discussion with audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 5, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.2, 71.2D "Films from the George Eastman House Motion Picture Study Collection"

PERSONALITY: James Card
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Film Preservation: George Eastman House Motion Picture Study Collection 1/14-25/71
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; James Card
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Virginian" and "The Unknown" (directed by Tod Browning)

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. See Supplemental Materials for program notes.

January 14, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.3 "An Evening with Robert Nelson"

PERSONALITY: Robert Nelson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; both sides
SUMMARY: Screening of 5 films followed by discussion with audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 19, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.4 "Opening of 'Walker Evans' Exhibition"

PERSONALITY: Walker Evans, Dr. Henry Allen Moe, Robert Penn Warren
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
PARTICIPANTS: Walker Evans, Dr. Henry Allen Moe, Robert Penn Warren
SPONSOR: Department of Photography
EXHIBITION: "Walker Evans" - Exh. #952
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Speeches in Founders' Room

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 26, 1971
71.5 "An Evening with Radley Metzger"

PERSONALITY: Radley Metzger
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 34:48
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Lickerish Quartet," followed by discussion with audience
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 26, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.6, 71.6D "A Face in the Crowd"

PERSONALITY: Elia Kazan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Elia Kazan; January 28 - February 12, 1971
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Elia Kazan
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 28, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.7 "An Evening with Ernie Gehr"

PERSONALITY: Ernie Gehr
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Ernie Gehr
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

February 2, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.8 "Three Russian Film Directors"

PERSONALITY: Yuri Ozerov, Sergei Bondarchuk, Stanislav Rostotsky
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Yuri Ozerov, Sergei Bondarchuk, Stanislav Rostotsky
SPONSOR: Film Directors Guild of America
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Willard Van Dyke introduces the three Russian directors

February 2, 1971
71.9 "An Evening with Storm De Hirsch"

PERSONALITY: Storm De Hirsch
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Storm De Hirsch
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 3 films, followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 16, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.10, 71.10D "Filmmakers for Rai-Radiotelevisione Italiana"

PERSONALITY: Roberto Rossellini
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Roberto Rossellini
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Socrates," followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 71.11

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. See Supplemental Materials for program notes.

February 18, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.11 "Filmmakers for Rai-Radiotelevisione Italiana"

PERSONALITY: Roberto Rossellini
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Socrates," followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tape 71.10

February 18, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.12 "An Evening with Barbara Loden"

PERSONALITY: Barbara Loden
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Barbara Loden
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Wanda," followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 18, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.13, 71.13D "Preview of Milos Forman's Film 'Taking Off'"

PERSONALITY: Milos Forman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Donald Richie; Milos Forman
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Preview of "Taking Off"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box

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February 24, 1971; 8:30 p.m.
71.14 "The Films of Allan Dwan"

PERSONALITY: Allan Dwan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Films of Allan Dwan," March 4 - April 9, 1971
PARTICIPANTS: Allan Dwan, Peter Bogdanovich, Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "David Harum" and "Manhandled"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 4, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.15 "An Evening with Tony and Beverly Conrad"

PERSONALITY: Tony Conrad and Beverly Grant Conrad
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Tony Conrad and Beverly Conrad
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Straight and Narrow" and "Coming Attractions"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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March 8, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.16, 71.16D "Miss Lulu Beth"

PERSONALITY: Lois Wilson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Contributing Members Film Previews
SPONSOR: Membership; Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

March 9, 1971; 8:30 p.m.
71.17 "An Evening with George Landow"

PERSONALITY: George Landow
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 5 films, followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 23, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.18 "The Idea of a Morphology"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Avant-Garde Film Theory: 4 Lectures by P. Adams Sitney
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 1st in a series of 4 lectures on Avant-Garde Film Theory
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 71.19, 71.20, 71.21

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March 24, 1971
71.19 "The Idea of Abstraction"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Avant-Garde Film Theory: 4 Lectures by P. Adams Sitney
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 2nd in a series of 4 lectures on Avant-Garde Film Theory
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 71.18, 71.20, 71.21

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 31, 1971
71.20 "The Myth of the Absolute"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Avant-Garde Film Theory: 4 Lectures by P. Adams Sitney
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 3rd in a series of 4 lectures on Avant-Garde Film Theory
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 71.18, 71.19, 71.21

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April 7, 1971
71.21 "The Myth of the Filmmaker"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Avant-Garde Film Theory: 4 Lectures by P. Adams Sitney
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: 4th in a series of 4 lectures on Avant-Garde Film Theory
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 71.18, 71.19, 71.20

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 7, 1971
71.22 "An Evening with Leonard Kastle"

PERSONALITY: Leonard Kastle
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Honeymoon Killers"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 6, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.23 "An Evening with Melvin van Peebles"

PERSONALITY: Melvin van Peebles
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Sweet, Sweetback's Baadasssss Song"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

April 13, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.24 "An Evening with Dick Bartlett"

PERSONALITY: Dick Bartlett
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Ruby"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 20, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.25 "'La Pyramide Humaine' (The Human Pyramid), 1959"

PERSONALITY: Jean Rouch
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 20, 1971; 8:30 p.m.
71.26 "Stan Brakhage - A Retrospective 1952-1970"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Stan Brakhage - A Retrospective 1952-1970
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Interim," 1952, sound, 25 min., and "Eyes," 1970, silent, 35 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 22, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.27 "An Evening with David Rimmer"

PERSONALITY: David Rimmer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 9 films followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 4, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.28 "An Evening with D. A. Pennebaker"

PERSONALITY: D. A. [Donn Alan] Pennebaker
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "One P.M." (One Parallel Movie)
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 8, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.28a "The Block"

PERSONALITY: Romare Bearden
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Galleries
PARTICIPANTS: Tape by Daniel Dembrosky
SPONSOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: "Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual" - Exh. #958
DATA: Continuous tape loop
SUMMARY: Tape collage of street sounds, church music, blues, laughing voices and the sounds of children at play. Tape commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art as backdrop for The Block, collage owned by Shorewood Publishers, N.Y.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Winter 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Use of tape must be credited: Courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art, New York [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii

March 25 - June 9, 1971
71.29 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Jack Nicholson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Film Preview Club
PARTICIPANTS: Jack Nicholson, Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips

June 11, 1971
71.30 "Whoopee"

[MISSING]
PERSONALITY: Miles Kruger
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Late Movie
PARTICIPANTS: Miles Kruger, John Hightower
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: "Roots of the American Film"
DATA: 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: Tape signed out to Laurence Kardish, July 19, 1971 - NOT RETURNED

June 17, 1971
71.31 "An Evening with James Broughton"

PERSONALITY: James Broughton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 5 films followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 22, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.32, 71.32D "A Tribute to Frank Capra"

PERSONALITY: Frank Capra
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Frank Capra
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Frank Capra
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "American Madness"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

June 24, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.33 "Panic in Needle Park"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Center for Understanding Media
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips

July 6, 1971
71.34 "An Evening with Russ Meyer"

PERSONALITY: Russ Meyer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls," Russ Meyer's gift to the Film Department

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July 22, 1971
71.35 "'The Go-Between' - Premiere"

PERSONALITY: Julie Christie, et. al.
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Premiere of "The Go-Between"

July 28, 1971
71.36 "An Evening with Ed Bland"


PERSONALITY: Ed Bland
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Ed Bland
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Cry of Jazz"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 71.38

NOTE: This recording was lent to Mr. Ed Bland was not returned.

July 28, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.37 "The Dance of Life"

PERSONALITY: John Cromwell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
DATA: 5" reel

July 30, 1971
71.38 "An Evening with Ed Bland"


PERSONALITY: Ed Bland
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Ed Bland
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Cry of Jazz II"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 71.36

NOTE: This recording was lent to Mr. Ed Bland was not returned.

August 2, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.39 "An Evening with Dalton Trumbo"

PERSONALITY: Dalton Trumbo
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Dalton Trumbo
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Johnny Got His Gun"

August 3, 1971
71.40 "Opening - British Film Retrospective"

PERSONALITY: Sir Colin Crowe
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: British Film Retrospective
PARTICIPANTS: Sir Colin Crowe, Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: Sixty-five Years of British Cinema
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Evergreen"

September 8, 1971; 7:30 p.m.
71.41 "The Last Movie"

PERSONALITY: Dennis Hopper
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Late Movie
SPONSOR: Universal Pictures
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Discussion session following screening of film

September 24, 1971; 8:30 p.m.
71.42 "A Question of Censorship"

PERSONALITY: Russ Meyer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Russ Meyer, Ephraim London
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Vixen" and "Cherry, Harry and Raquel"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 12, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.43 "An Evening with Andrew Noren"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Noren
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Kodak Ghost Poems"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 19, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.44 "An Evening with John Stember"

PERSONALITY: John Stember
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "7254"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 9, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.45 "An Evening with Louis Macorelles"

PERSONALITY: Louis Macorelles
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

November 16, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.46, 71.46D "McCabe and Mrs. Miller"

PERSONALITY: Pauline Kael
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Late Movie
PARTICIPANTS: Pauline Kael, Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

November 17, 1971
71.46a "An Evening with Sandy Daley"

PERSONALITY: Sandy Daley
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Robert Having His Nipple Pierced"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 23, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.47 "An Evening with David Neves"

PERSONALITY: David Neves
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Memories of Helen"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 7, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.48 "The Films of Otto Preminger"

PERSONALITY: Otto Preminger
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Otto Preminger
PARTICIPANTS: Otto Preminger; Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: The Films of Otto Preminger
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 9, 1971; 8:00 p.m.
71.49 "An Evening with Warren Sonbert"

PERSONALITY: Warren Sonbert
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Premiere screening of "Carriage Trade"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 21, 1971; 5:30 p.m.
71.50 "Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual"

PERSONALITY: Romare Bearden
PARTICIPANTS: Romare Bearden
EXHIBITION: "Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual" - Exh. #958
DATA: 7" reel; 7 ips
SUMMARY: Interview of Romare Bearden.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 1971
72.1, 72.1D "The Films of Alberto Cavalcanti"

PERSONALITY: Alberto Cavalcanti
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Alberto Cavalcanti
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Donald Richie; Alberto Cavalcanti
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "La Petite Lilie" and "Rien que les heures"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 6, 1972
72.2, 72.2D "'Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project' - Session 1"

(#1 of 4)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Emilio Ambasz; Octavio Paz; Stuart Hampshire; Ronald Dworkin; Jivan Tabibian; and Hasan Ozbekhan
SPONSOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; BrionVega Corporation, Milano; Mrs. Douglas Auchincloss
DATA: 7" reel; 7? ips; both sides
SUMMARY: Two day International Symposium devoted to critical discussion of points raised by the Contributors' Essays in the 'Project Working Paper' (please see 'related material')
RELATED MATERIAL: PROJECT WORKING PAPER: Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project, New York [The Museum], 1972; Tapes 72.3, 72.4, 72.5

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2002. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 8, 1972; 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
72.3, 72.3D "'Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project' - Session 2"

(#2 of 4)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Thomas Sebeok; Umberto Eco; Jean Baudrillard; Manuel Castells; Gillo Dorfles; Gyorgy Kepes; and Meyer Shapiro
SPONSOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; BrionVega Corporation, Milano; Mrs. Douglas Auchincloss
DATA: 7" reel; 7? ips; both sides
SUMMARY: Two day International Symposium devoted to critical discussion of points raised by the Contributors' Essays in the 'Project Working Paper' (please see 'related material')
RELATED MATERIAL: PROJECT WORKING PAPER: Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project, New York, [The Museum], 1972; Tapes 72.2, 72.4, 72.5

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2002. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 8, 1972; 3:00 - 5:40 p.m.
72.4, 72.4D "'Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project' - Session 3 and Part of Session 4"

(#3 of 4)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Arthur Drexler, Erich Jantsch (from Austria), Arnold Kramish (UNESCO; National Science Foundation; founder of Institute for the Future), Chris Alexander (architect; University of California), Ed Logue (New York State Urban Development Corporation), Rexford Guy Tugwell (Center for Study of Democratic Institutions, California), Hannah Arendt (New School of Social Research; her field is 'Political Philosophy')
SPONSOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; BrionVega Corporation, Milano; Mrs. Douglas Auchincloss
DATA: 7" reel; 7? ips; both sides
SUMMARY: Two day International Symposium devoted to critical discussion of points raised by the Contributors' Essays in the 'Project Working Paper' (please see 'related material')
RELATED MATERIAL: PROJECT WORKING PAPER: Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project, New York, [The Museum], 1972; Tapes 72.2, 72.3, 72.5

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2002. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 9, 1972; a.m.
72.5, 72.5D "'Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project' - Session 4 continued"

(#4 of 4)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Carl Schorske; Richard L. Meier; Suzanne Keller; Henri Lefebvre; Alain Touraine; Martin Pawley; Sheldon Wolin; and Jivan Tabibian
SPONSOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; BrionVega Corporation, Milano; Mrs. Douglas Auchincloss
DATA: 7" reel; 7? ips; both sides
SUMMARY: Two day International Symposium devoted to critical discussion of points raised by the Contributors' Essays in the 'Project Working Paper' (please see 'related material')
RELATED MATERIAL: PROJECT WORKING PAPER: Institutions for a Post-Technological Society: The Universitas Project, New York, [The Museum], 1972; Tapes 72.2, 72.3, 72.4

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2002. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, two CD-R use copies and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

January 9, 1972; p.m.
72.6 "An Evening with Pedro Portabella"

PERSONALITY: Pedro Portabella
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Vampir"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 25, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.7 "Opening - 'New Cinema from Quebec'"

PERSONALITY: Francois Cloutier, Cultural Minister, Quebec, Canada
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "New Cinema from Quebec"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

February 3, 1972
72.8 "An Evening with Peter Kubelka"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 5 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 8, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.9 "An Evening with Ralph Bakshi"

PERSONALITY: Ralph Bakshi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Fritz the Cat"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 15, 1972
72.10, 72.10D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Nelson P. Dos Santos
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 17, 1972; 8:00 p.m.
72.11 "An Evening with Charles I. Levine"

PERSONALITY: Charles I. Levine
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 6 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 22, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.12 "La Treve (The Truce)"

PERSONALITY: Claude Guillemot
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: New Directors/New Films
SPONSOR: The Film Society of Lincoln Center; Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 13, 1972
72.13 "An Evening with Hubert Smith"

PERSONALITY: Hubert Smith
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Changing," "Family," and "Mrs. Mixon"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 17, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.14, 72.14D "Das Neue Kino: West German Cinema"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Das Neue Kino: West German Cinema
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

March 16, 1972; 8:00 p.m.
72.14a "An Evening with John Marshall"

PERSONALITY: John Marshall
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

March 28, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.15 "An Evening with Denis Sanders"

PERSONALITY: Denis Sanders
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Soul to Soul"

April 11, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.16 "Recent Polish Films"

PERSONALITY: Andrzej Wajda
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Late Movie
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; Andrzej Wajda
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Film Polski
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Landscape - After Battle"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 13, 1972; 8:00 p.m.
72.17 "An Evening with Jud Yalkut and Nam June Paik"

PERSONALITY: Jud Yalkut and Nam June Paik
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: A question and answer session with Jud Yalkut.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 18, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.18 "Nagisa Oshima - A Retrospective"

PERSONALITY: Nagisa Oshima
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Nagisa Oshima - A Retrospective
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Donald Richie; Nagisa Oshima
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Sato: The Idol of the Age: Nagisa Oshima, A Standard Bearer for Denunciation; flyer in box lid

April 20, 1972; 8:00 p.m.
72.19, 72.19D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Paul Schrader
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 4, 1972
72.20 "The Films of Bruce Baillie"

PERSONALITY: Bruce Baillie
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Films of Bruce Baillie" - Retrospective
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

May 11, 1972
72.21 "An Evening with Larry Jordan"

PERSONALITY: Larry Jordan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Our Lady of the Sphere," 1969
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 15, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.22 "An Evening with Ed Emshwiller"

PERSONALITY: Ed Emshwiller
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Film with Three Dancers," "Carol," and "Choice Chance Woman Dance"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

June 6, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.23 "Greed"

PERSONALITY: Herman Weinberg (author of recent book, Greed)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Three by von Stroheim
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: the speaker did not know how to use the microphone.

June 8, 1972
72.24, 72.24D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Arthur Lennig
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

June 12, 1972
72.25 "Motion Picture Association of America's Film Rating System"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Willard Van Dyke; Walter Bernstein, William Friedkin, Ephraim London, Jack Valenti, William Wolf
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel

June 13, 1972; 8:00 p.m.
72.26 "An Evening with William Cannon"

PERSONALITY: William Cannon
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

June 13, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.27, 72.27D "Private screening - Films: People's Republic of China"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Post-Cultural Revolution Films from the People's Republic of China
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

June 14, 1972
72.28 "An Evening with Alan Sekers"

PERSONALITY: Alan Sekers
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Arp Statue"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

June 20, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.29, 72.29D "Premiere - 'Fat City'"

PERSONALITY: John Huston
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Late Movie
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Willard Van Dyke; John Huston
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

July 25, 1972
72.30, 72.30D "The Films of King Vidor"

PERSONALITY: King Vidor
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Films of King Vidor"
PARTICIPANTS: King Vidor, Willard Van Dyke
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Show People"

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September 7, 1972
72.31 "An Evening with James Herbert"

PERSONALITY: James Herbert
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Guggenheim Quartet"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 10, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.32 "An Evening with Jerome Hill"

PERSONALITY: Jerome Hill
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

October 24, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.33 "An Evening with Timothy Knox"

PERSONALITY: Timothy Knox
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Rough Magic"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 14, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.34 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Donald Rozier (Executive Director, Stamford Urban League)
PLACE: WBHI 105.9 FM and WRNW 107.1 FM
PARTICIPANTS: Producer: Chuck Bradley; Donald Rozier
DATA: 7" reel
DONOR: Tape received from Lillian Gerard and Elizabeth Shaw, November 20, 1972

72.35 "An Evening with Ousmane Sembene"

PERSONALITY: Ousmane Sembene
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe - Special Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

November 27, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.36, 72.36D "An Evening with Howard Alk"

PERSONALITY: Howard Alk
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel; TRT: 03:48
SUMMARY: Screening of "Eat the Document"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

November 28, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.37 "An Evening with Vlatko Gilic"

PERSONALITY: Vlatko Gilic
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 6 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 12, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
72.38 "An Evening with Keith Rodan"

PERSONALITY: Keith Rodan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

December 19, 1972; 5:30 p.m.
73.1, 73.1D "An Evening with Les Blank"

PERSONALITY: Les Blank
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel; both sides
SUMMARY: Screening of 4 films

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

January 9, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.2 "Ingmar Bergman Directs"

PERSONALITY: John Simon
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Ingmar Bergman Directs"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; both sides
SUMMARY: Screening of "Winter Light," after which John Simon speaks about the film
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 18, 1973; 8:00 p.m.
73.3 "An Evening with Neelon Crawford"

PERSONALITY: Neelon Crawford
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 9 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 23, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.4 "An Evening with Roger Andrieux"

PERSONALITY: Roger Andrieux
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Mister Brown"

February 13, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.5 "An Evening with Curt McDowell"

PERSONALITY: Curt McDowell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

February 27, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.6 "Hollis Frampton IV"

PERSONALITY: Hollis Frampton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "The Films of Hollis Frampton - March 8-12, 1973"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 7 part program: "Hapax Legomena," 1972, 195 min., silent and sound
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

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March 10, 1973; 3:00 p.m.
73.7 "An Evening with James McBride"

PERSONALITY: James McBride
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Glen and Randa"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 13, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.8, 73.8D "'The Ten Commandments,' 1923"

PERSONALITY: Leatrice Joy
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Films from the Archive
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel
SUMMARY: Discussion with Leatrice Joy, who played Mary in "The Ten Commandments" (directed by Cecil B. DeMille)

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March 20, 1973
73.9 "An Evening with Pat O'Neill"

PERSONALITY: Pat O'Neill
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 7 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 27, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.10 "Memorial Service for Captain Edward J. Steichen"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Oldenburg, Monroe Wheeler, John Szarkowski, Elizabeth Lorenz, Wayne Miller, Henry Allen Moe
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Transcript of tape is housed in the Steichen Archive of The Museum of Modern Art

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April 3, 1973
73.11 "An Evening with Stephen Dwoskin, I"

PERSONALITY: Stephen Dwoskin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: American premiere of "Times For"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tape 73.12

April 17, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.12 "An Evening with Stephen Dwoskin, II"

PERSONALITY: Stephen Dwoskin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: American premiere of "Dyn Amo" and "Moment"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tape 73.11

April 24, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.13 "The Films of Masahiro Shinoda"

PERSONALITY: Masahiro Shinoda
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Masahiro Shinoda, April 26 - May 14, 1973
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Pale Flower" and "Assassination"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 26, 1973
73.14 "An Evening with Phil Niblock"

PERSONALITY: Phil Niblock
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 3 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 8, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.15, 73.15D "An Evening with Merchant-Ivory Productions"

PERSONALITY: Merchant-Ivory Productions
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 15, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.16, 73.16D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Emilie de Brigard
DATA: 3" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

May 17, 1973
73.17 "An Evening with Adolfas Mekas and Pola Chapelle"

PERSONALITY: Adolfas Mekas and Pola Chapelle
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Going Home"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 29, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.18 "Some Social and Political Films of the 1930s"

PERSONALITY: Tom Brandon
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: A Missing Chapter in the History of U.S. Documentary Films
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; both sides
SUMMARY: Screening of 8 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 6, 1973; 7:30 p.m.
73.19 "Short Films"

PERSONALITY: Lindsay Anderson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Lindsay Anderson's Short Films
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "O Dreamland," "Thursday's Children," and "Every Day Except Christmas"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid of 73.20; tapes 73.20, 73.21

June 6, 1973; Noon
73.20 "Short Films"

PERSONALITY: Lindsay Anderson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Lindsay Anderson's Short Films
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Singing Lesson" and "The White Bus"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid; tapes 73.19, 73.21

June 7, 1973; 2:00 p.m.
73.21 "An Evening with Lindsay Anderson"

PERSONALITY: Lindsay Anderson, Malcolm McDowell, Alan Price, Michael Medwin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Lindsay Anderson, Malcolm McDowell, Alan Price, Michael Medwin
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "O Lucky Man"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid of 73.20; tapes 73.19, 73.20

June 12, 1973
73.22 "An Evening with Scott Bartlett"

PERSONALITY: Scott Bartlett
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel; both sides
SUMMARY: Screening of "Medina," "Metanomen," "Serpeant," and "Lovemaking"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 26, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.23 "A Special Evening with 'Heavy Traffic'"

PERSONALITY: Ralph Bakshi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Discussion following screening of "Heavy Traffic"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

August 7, 1973
73.23a "Magazine Day"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Magazine Publishers Association
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Magazine Publishers Association Sales Rally, morning session

September 18, 1973
73.24 "An Evening with Naomi Levine"

PERSONALITY: Naomi Levine
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of 6 films
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 11, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.25 "An Evening with Frederick Becker"

PERSONALITY: Frederick Becker
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Heroes"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 18, 1973; 5:30 p.m.
73.26 "Ganja and Hess"

PERSONALITY: Bill Gunn
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "French Critics Week"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

December 20, 1973
74.1 "The Films of Robert Smithson"

PERSONALITY: Lawrence Alloway
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Lawrence Alloway
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Swamp" and "Spiral Jetty," followed by discussion of films by Lawrence Alloway
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 8, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.1a "Marcel Duchamp, Alfred Jarry, and Pataphysics"

PERSONALITY: Roger Shattuck
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Lectures: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Roger Shattuck, Kynaston McShine
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Marcel Duchamp [MoMA Exh. #1050, December 28, 1973-February 24, 1974]
DATA: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see the Marcel Duchamp Lecture Series Collection, Folder 7, for transcript; Special Slide Archive

January 10, 1974; 6:30 p.m.
74.1b and 74.1bD "Rrose Selavy alias Marchand du Sel alias Belle Haleine"

(2 copies)
PERSONALITY: Arturo Schwarz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Lectures: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Arturo Schwarz, Kynaston McShine
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Marcel Duchamp [MoMA Exh. #1050, December 28, 1973-February 24, 1974]
DATA: 2 copies: 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips - POOR QUALITY. WILL NOT PLAY ON NEWER REEL MACHINE. THE MACHINE CANNOT PLAY REELS AT THE SPEED REQUIRED. 2. 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips - OKAY QUALITY.
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see the Marcel Duchamp Lecture Series Collection, Folder 6, for transcript; Special Slide Archive

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 13, 1974; 3:00 p.m.
74.2 "An Evening with Stan Dragoti"

PERSONALITY: Stan Dragoti
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 15, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.2a and 74.2aD "Marcel Duchamp: Object or Idea?"

(2 copies)
PERSONALITY: George Heard Hamilton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Lectures: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: George Hamilton, Kynaston McShine
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Marcel Duchamp [MoMA Exh. #1050, December 28, 1973-February 24, 1974]
DATA: 2 copies: 1. 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 2. 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see the Marcel Duchamp Lecture Series Collection, Folder 1, for transcript; Special Slide Archive

January 17, 1974; 6:30 p.m.
74.3 "The Films of James Broughton"

PERSONALITY: James Broughton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of James Broughton, January 24-31, 1974
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Dreamwood," "This is It," and "High Kukus"

January 24, 1974
74.4 "An Evening with St. Claire Bourne"

PERSONALITY: St. Clair Bourne
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Let the Church Say Amen"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 29, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.4a, 74.4aD "Padgett: "Marcel Duchamp and Raymond Roussel"

PERSONALITY: Ron Padgett and Bert M-P. Leefmans
Leefmans: "Marcel Duchamp and Stéphane Mallarmé"
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Lectures: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Ron Padgett, Bert Leefmans, Kynaston McShine
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Marcel Duchamp [MoMA Exh. #1050, December 28, 1973-February 24, 1974]
DATA: 3 copies (4 tapes and 1 cassette): 1. 74.4a: 1 Standard Audio Cassette; 2. 74.4a1: 2 5" reels; 3 3/4 ips [NOTE: reels are assigned same number, 74.a1]; 3. 74.4a2: 2 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips [NOTE: reels are assigned same number, 74.a2]
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see the Marcel Duchamp Lecture Series Collection, Folder 3 and 4, for transcript; Special Slide Archive

February 7, 1974; 6:30 p.m.
74.5 "An Evening with Robert Beavers"

[MISSING]
PERSONALITY: Robert Beavers
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Still Light" and "Work Done"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 12, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.5a, 74.5aD "Marcel Duchamp and Leonardo da Vinci"

PERSONALITY: Theodore Reff
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Lectures: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Theodore Reff, Kynaston McShine
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Marcel Duchamp [MoMA Exh. #1050, December 28, 1973-February 24, 1974]
DATA: 2 copies: 1. (74.5a1): 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 2. (74.5a2): 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see the Marcel Duchamp Lecture Series Collection, Folder 5, for transcript; Special Slide Archive

February 17, 1974; 3:00 p.m.
74.5b, 74.5bD "Portrait of Marcel Duchamp as a Dropout"

PERSONALITY: Robert Lebel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Lectures: Marcel Duchamp
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Lebel, Kynaston McShine
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Marcel Duchamp [MoMA Exh. #1050, December 28, 1973-February 24, 1974]
DATA: 2 copies: 1. (74.5b1): 5" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 2. (74.5b2): 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see the Marcel Duchamp Lecture Series Collection, Folder 2, for transcript; Special Slide Archive

February 21, 1974; 6:30 p.m.
74.6 "An Evening with Mark Rappaport"

PERSONALITY: Mark Rappaport
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

February 26, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.7 "Isle of Wight Pop Festival"

[MISSING]
PERSONALITY: Murray Lerner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium

February 28, 1974
74.8 "An Evening with Nancy Graves"

PERSONALITY: Nancy Graves
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 5, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.9 "An Evening with Kenneth Anger"

PERSONALITY: Kenneth Anger
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

March 12, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.10 "An Evening with Larry Gottheim"

PERSONALITY: Larry Gottheim
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Barn Rushes" and "Horizons"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 16, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.11 "Opening of Raoul Walsh Retrospective"

PERSONALITY: Raoul Walsh
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Raoul Walsh Retrospective
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "(Little) Country Cousin (Mouse)" and "Gentleman Jim"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 18, 1974
74.12 "An Evening with Fred Halsted"


PERSONALITY: Fred Halsted
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "L.A. Plays Itself" and "Sex Garage"

NOTE: Tape borrowed by Laurence Kardish, April 24, 1987, and has been lost.

April 23, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.13 "An Evening with James B. Harris"

PERSONALITY: James B. Harris
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Sleeping Beauty: Some Call It Loving"

May 14, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.14 "An Evening with Mirielle Dansereau"

PERSONALITY: Mirielle Dansereau
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "La Vie Revee (Dream Life)"

May 28, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.15 "An Evening with Sidney Peterson"

PERSONALITY: Sidney Peterson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel

May 25, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.16 "An Evening with Danny Lyon"

PERSONALITY: Danny Lyon
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Soc. Sci. 127," "Llanito," and "El Mojado"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 11, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.17 "Rehearsal for Summergarden"

PERSONALITY: Elaine Summers Dance Company
PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Summergarden
SPONSOR: Mobil Foundation
DATA: ?" cable tape (videotape)
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This video recording has been recatalogued into the Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events collection

September 21, 23, 1974
74.18 "An Evening with Leo Hurwitz"

PERSONALITY: Leo Hurwitz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Laurence Kardish
(Leo Hurwitz was not present)
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Native Land"

October 8, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.19 "The Hanafuda Game"

PERSONALITY: Paul Schrader
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Yakuza Films" (Japanese Gangster Films)
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Paul Schrader
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Hanafuda Game" (Hanafuda Shobu) from the Red Peony Gambler series, 1969, Tai Kato

October 17, 1974
74.20 "An Evening with Jan Lenica"

PERSONALITY: Jan Lenica
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Adam 2: the strange, fantastic, monstrous, entirely incredible and yet true story of his life," 1970, animation

October 22, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.21 "An Evening with Ralph Bakshi"

PERSONALITY: Ralph Bakshi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 5" reel
SUMMARY: Premiere of "Coonskin," 1974, animated and live action

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 12, 1974
74.22 "An Evening with Barry Gerson"

PERSONALITY: Barry Gerson
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of Gerson's recent short films including "Luminous Zone," 1973

November 19, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.23 "An Evening with Frank Vitale"

PERSONALITY: Frank Vitale
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Montreal Main," 1974, Roninfilm

December 10, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.24 "An Evening with James Herbert"

PERSONALITY: James Herbert
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Laurence Kardish; James Herbert
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of three new films including "January," "Three," and "Apalachee" (work-in-progress)

December 17, 1974; 5:30 p.m.
74.25 "An Evening with Nick MacDonald"

PERSONALITY: Nick MacDonald
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Break Out!," "No More Leadershit," and "The Liberal War"

November 26, 1974
74.26 "Hearts and Minds"

PERSONALITY: Peter Davis
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "French Critics Week" - Selections by the Association of French Film Critics from the 1974 Cannes Film Festival
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

December 5, 1974; 8:00 p.m.
74.27a "'American Prints: 1913-1963,' Symposium"

(#1 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Lloyd Goodrich, Una Johnson, Jacob Kainen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lloyd Goodrich, Una Johnson, Jacob Kainen
EXHIBITION: American Prints: 1913-1963 [MoMA Exh. #1082a, December 3, 1974-March 3, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Symposium: 74.27a (1913-1940); 74.27b (1940-1963)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 74.27b
DONOR: Received December 11, 1968

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2007 through the generous funding of The Dedalus Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials 74.27 for subscription form.

December 3, 1974
74.27b "'American Prints: 1913-1963,' Symposium"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Sylvan Cole, Jr., Mrs. Tatyana Grosman, William S. Lieberman, Robert Motherwell
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sylvan Cole, Jr., Mrs. Tatyana Grosman, William S. Lieberman, Robert Motherwell
EXHIBITION: American Prints: 1913-1963 [MoMA Exh. #1082a, December 3, 1974-March 3, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Symposium: 74.27a (1913-1940); 74.27b (1940-1963)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 74.27a
DONOR: Received December 11, 1968

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2007 through the generous funding of The Dedalus Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials 74.27 for subscription form.

December 3, 1974
75.1 "An Evening with New Day Films"

PERSONALITY: "New Day Films"
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Directors of New Day Films
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of films distributed by New Day Films followed by discussion of New Day's concepts

January 7, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.2 "The Wedding March"

PERSONALITY: Herman Weinberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Herman Weinberg
SPONSOR: Department of Film; George Eastman House
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of Erich von Stroheim's "The Wedding March"; Herman Weinberg, author of "The Complete Wedding March," introduces the program and presents slides of footage no longer extant.

January 20, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.3 "An Evening with Peter Gidal"

PERSONALITY: Peter Gidal
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Hall," "Clouds," "Movie No. 1," and "Room Film"

January 21, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.4 "The Man Not the Myth"

PERSONALITY: Cole Weston
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Edward Weston: Three Lectures"
PARTICIPANTS: Cole Weston
SPONSOR: Department of Photography; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Edward Weston [MoMA Exh. #1085, January 29-March 30, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; exhibition poster with wall label on reverse; announcement of lecture series

February 5, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.5 "Film History in the Making--The Early Career of D.W. [David Wark] Griffith"

PERSONALITY: Ron Mottram
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Two Lectures on D.W. Griffith
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: From the D.W. Griffith Collection [MoMA Exh. #1098, May 15-September 3, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Illustrated lecture in conjunction with retrospective of Griffith films

February 6, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.6 "An Evening with Werner Schroeter"

PERSONALITY: Werner Schroeter
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Ila Von Hasperg (Schroeter's assistant)
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Salome," 1971, followed by discussion session
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 11, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.7 "An Evening with Hollis Frampton"

PERSONALITY: Hollis Frampton
PLACE : The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of recent films

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 18, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.8 "Weston as a Modernist Classic"

PERSONALITY: Hilton Kramer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Edward Weston: Three Lectures"
SPONSOR: Department of Photography; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Edward Weston [MoMA Exh. #1085, January 29-March 30, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; one side; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: MoMA press release; announcement of lecture series

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 19, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.9 "From Shot to Image: On the Formal Aspects of [David Wark] Griffith's Biograph Work"

PERSONALITY: Tom Gunning
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Two Lectures on D.W. Griffith
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Special Events
EXHIBITION: From the D.W. Griffith Collection [MoMA Exh. #1098, May 15-September 3, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 3 3/4 ips

February 20, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.9a "Weston on Photography"

PERSONALITY: Nathan Lyons (Director, Visual Studies Workshop)
SERIES: Edward Weston: Three Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Photography
EXHIBITION: Edward Weston [MoMA Exh. #1085, January 29-March 30, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

February 12, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.10 "The Films of Francesco Rosi"

PERSONALITY: Francesco Rosi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: The Films of Francesco Rosi, February 27 - March 11, 1975
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: February 27: Screening of "Salvatore Guiliano," 1961; March 1: Screening of "Hands over the City," 1963

February 27, 1975; 8:00 p.m.; March 1, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.11 "An Evening with Arthur and Corinne Cantrill"

PERSONALITY: Arthur Cantrill and Corinne Cantrill
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Red Stone Dancer," "Earth Message," excerpt from "Skin of Your Eye," "At Eltham," and a work-in-progress based on 3 images by Baldwin Spencer

March 4, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.12 "An Evening with the Dutch Co-op"

PERSONALITY: The Dutch Co-op
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Niko Paape
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Films by Lynne M. Tillman, Barbara Meter, Mattijn Seip, Niko Paape, Tom Chomont, Jos Schoffelen, Peter Erdmann; selected by members of Nederlandse Filmmakers Kooperatie, Amsterdam

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 18, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.13 "Modern European Sculpture before World War II"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Albert Elsen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: "Modern Sculpture" - four lectures presented on the occasion of the Anthony Caro Retrospective
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Anthony Caro [MoMA Exh. #1096, April 30-July 6, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Announcement of lecture series; tapes 75.15, 75.16, 75.19

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 15, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.14 "An Evening with Yvonne Rainer"

PERSONALITY: Yvonne Rainer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Yvonne Rainer
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "A Film about a Woman Who...." 1974

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 22, 1975
75.15 "American Post-War Sculpture: New Directions in the Late 40s and 50s"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Wayne Andersen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Modern Sculpture" - four lectures on modern sculpture on the occasion of the Anthony Caro Retrospective
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Anthony Caro [MoMA Exh. #1096, April 30-July 6, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.13, 75.16, 75.19

April 22, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.16 "Anthony Caro"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Michael Fried
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: "Modern Sculpture" - four lectures on modern sculpture on the occasion of the Anthony Caro Retrospective
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Anthony Caro [MoMA Exh. #1096, April 30-July 6, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.13, 75.15, 75.19

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 29, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.17 "An Evening with Taka Iimura"

PERSONALITY: Taka Iimura
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

April 29, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.18 "Anthony Caro on Anthony Caro"

PERSONALITY: Anthony Caro
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Anthony Caro [MoMA Exh. #1096, April 30-July 6, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; ca. 100 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Announcement of lecture in box lid. This recording has been preserved. A C.D. copy now exists.

May 3, 1975; 10:00 a.m.
75.19 "Post-Modernist Sculpture"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Edward F. Fry
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: "Modern Sculpture" - four lectures on modern sculpture on the occasion of the Anthony Caro Retrospective
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Anthony Caro [MoMA Exh. #1096, April 30-July 6, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; both sides; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Announcement of lecture series; tapes 75.13, 75.15, 75.16

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

May 6, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.20 "D.W. [David Wark] Griffith's 'The Birth of a Nation': Muckraking a Southern Legend"

PERSONALITY: Russell Merritt (Associate Professor, Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: From the D.W. Griffith Collection [MoMA Exh. #1098, May 15-September 3, 1975]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Lecture in conjunction with Griffith Centennial

May 15, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.21 "Dedication of Barr/d'Harnoncourt Galleries"

PERSONALITY: V.P.* Nelson A. Rockefeller and William S. Paley
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Lobby
PARTICIPANTS: V.P.* Nelson A. Rockefeller and William S. Paley
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: [* Vice President]
RELATED MATERIAL: Transcription

May 13, 1975
75.22 "An Evening with Robert Breer"

PERSONALITY: Robert Breer
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

May 27, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.23 "An Evening with Ulvi A. Dogan"

PERSONALITY: Ulvi A. Dogan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Dry Summer," 1964

June 3, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.24 "An Evening with Storm De Hirsch"

PERSONALITY: Storm De Hirsch
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Shaman, A Tapestry for Sorcerers," "River Ghost," "An Experiment in Meditation," "Cayuga Run," "Geometrics of the Kabbalah"

June 10, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.25 "An Evening with Howard Guttenplan"

PERSONALITY: Howard Guttenplan
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Diaries 72-74, Europe/USA"

June 17, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.26 "Milhous - A White Comedy"

PERSONALITY: Emile de Antonio
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion session following screening

July 10, 1975
75.27 "An Evening with Victor Faccinto"

PERSONALITY: Victor Faccinto
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short, animated films, recommended for adults only

October 14, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.28 "An Evening with Aaron Lipetz"

PERSONALITY: Aaron Lipetz
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Up to His Ears," 1975

October 21, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.29 "An Evening with Amalie Rothschild"

PERSONALITY: Amalie Rothschild
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Woo Who?," 1969, and "Nana, Mom and Me," 1974

October 28, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.30 "An Evening with Karen Arthur"

PERSONALITY: Karen Arthur
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Legacy," 1975, written by and starring Joan Hotchkis; adults only

November 17, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.31 "An Evening with the Pacific Street Film Collective"

PERSONALITY: Pacific Street Film Collective
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Howard Blatt, Steven Fischer, Joel Sucher
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Inciting to Riot," 1970; "Red Squad," 1972; and "Frame Up! The Imprisonment of Martin Sostre," 1974

November 24, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.32 "An Evening with Bill Daughton"

PERSONALITY: Bill Daughton
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Corner of the Circle," 1974

December 8, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.33 "An Evening with James Lipscomb"

PERSONALITY: James Lipscomb
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Cutting Loose," 1974

December 15, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.34 "The Evolution of Walt Disney's 'Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs'"

PERSONALITY: Gene London
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Films for Young People
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Mickey's Birthday Party," "Flowers and Trees," "The Three Little Pigs," "The Band Concert," "The Goddess of Spring," "The Old Mill," "Unsung Villains," and clips from "Snow White"
RELATED MATERIAL: Press release

December 21, 1975; noon
75.35 "An Evening with Louis Hock"

PERSONALITY: Louis Hock
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of several short films, including "Studies in Chronovision," "Light Tape," "Still Lives," and "Silent Rehearsal"

December 22, 1975; 5:30 p.m.
75.36 "On the Nature of Modern Art"

(#2 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: On the Nature of Modern Art: 6 Illustrated Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
SUMMARY: 2nd in the series of six lectures; 1st lecture not recorded
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.37, 75.38, 75.39, 75.40

October 22, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.37 "On the Nature of Modern Art"

(#3 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: On the Nature of Modern Art: 6 Illustrated Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
SUMMARY: 3rd in the series of six lectures; 1st lecture not recorded
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.36, 75.38, 75.39, 75.40

October 29, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.38 "On the Nature of Modern Art"

(#4 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: On the Nature of Modern Art: 6 Illustrated Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 4th in the series of six lectures; 1st lecture not recorded
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.36, 75.37, 75.39, 75.40

November 5, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.39 "On the Nature of Modern Art"

(#5 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: On the Nature of Modern Art: 6 Illustrated Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 5th in the series of six lectures; 1st lecture not recorded
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.36, 75.37, 75.38, 75.40

November 12, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.40 "On the Nature of Modern Art"

(#6 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: On the Nature of Modern Art: 6 Illustrated Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 6th in the series of six lectures; 1st lecture not recorded
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 75.36, 75.37, 75.38, 75.39

November 19, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.41 "The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts"

(#1 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler, Richard Chafee, Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Neil Levine, Vincent Scully, David Van Zanten
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Retrieving the 19th Century: Two Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Arthur Drexler; Richard Chafee, Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Neil Levine, Vincent Scully, David Van Zanten
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts" - Exh. #1110
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: The politics of teaching architecture; the theory of composition; the uses of the past; the idea of architectural legibility
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 75.42

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 11, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.42 "The Academic City and the Modern Movement"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler, George Baird, Colin Rowe, Carl Schorske, Anthony Vidler
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Retrieving the 19th Century: Two Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Arthur Drexler; George Baird, Colin Rowe, Carl Schorske, Anthony Vidler
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts" - Exh. #1110
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Form and polemics of the modern movement's attack on the academic city; Paris, Chicago, Canberra, New Delhi; Haussmannization; the reassessment of Beaux-Arts urban esthetics and the future of modern urbanism
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 75.41

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 18, 1975; 8:00 p.m.
75.43 "A Tribute to Henry Allen Moe"

PERSONALITY: Henry Allen Moe
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

December 8, 1975
76.1 "An Evening with Tom Chomont"

PERSONALITY: Tom Chomont
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films, 1969-1975, ca. 70 min.

January 12, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.2 "An Evening with Morgan Fisher"

PERSONALITY: Morgan Fisher
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 7 short films, including "Cue Rolls"

January 26, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.3 "An Evening with Andrew Noren"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Noren
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Phantom Enthusiast" (or "Adventures of the Exquisite Corpse, Part III"), 1975, silent, ca. 70 min.; adults only

February 9, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.4 "La Region Centrale"

PERSONALITY: Michael Snow
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Michael Snow Retrospective
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Snow
SPONSOR: Department of Film
EXHIBITION: Projects: Michael Snow, Photographs [MoMA Exh. #1120, February 19-April 27, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

February 19, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.5 "The Artist as Filmmaker: Michael Snow"

PERSONALITY: Michael Snow
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Michael Snow Retrospective
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Regina Cornwell; Richard Foreman, Paul Sharits, Pierre Theberge
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Projects: Michael Snow, Photographs [MoMA Exh. #1120, February 19-April 27, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 23, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.6 "A Dialogue with Lucy Lippard"

PERSONALITY: Lucy Lippard
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Bernice Rose; Lucy Lippard
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "Drawing Now: 1955-1975" - Exh. #1117
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This recording was remastered from the original reel-to-reel in February 1999 by Adrian Cosentini onto two 10.5" reels and two Standard Audio Cassettes. Please see 99.1a and 99.1b.

February 28, 1976; 10:00 a.m.
76.7 "An Evening with Walter Gutman"

PERSONALITY: Walter Gutman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Benedict Arnold," 1975

March 1, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.8 "The Work of Henri Cartier-Bresson"

PERSONALITY: Beaumont Newhall
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
SUMMARY: Illustrated lecture based in part on Newhall's unpublished correspondence with Cartier-Bresson

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 2, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.9 "An Evening with Anthony McCall, New York"

PERSONALITY: Anthony McCall
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Four Projected Movements" and "Line Describing a Cone," ca. 90 min.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 8, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.10 "An Evening with Hubert Smith, California"

PERSONALITY: Hubert Smith
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Single Parent," 1974, 42 min., and "The Spirit Possessions of Alejandro Mamani," 1974, from the series "The Aymara Indians of Bolivia," an American Universities Field Staff Documentary Film Project, 27 min.

March 15, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.11 "An Evening with James Benning"

PERSONALITY: James Benning (Illinois)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Warner Communications Inc.; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "194," 1974, 3 min.; "8? x 11," 1974, 33 min.; "The United States of America," 1975, 25 min.; "Saturday Night," 1975, 3 min.; "9/1/75," 1975, 22 min.

March 22, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.12 "The 'Bonheur de Vivre': A Theme and Its Variations"

PERSONALITY: Pierre Schneider
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Fauvism and Its Affinities
PARTICIPANTS: Pierre Schneider
SPONSOR: Department of Education; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and Its Affinities [MoMA Exh. #1122, March 24-June 1, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RESTRICTIONS: 1. Available for 3 years (or until we hear of the book publication) *; 2. Individual requests (except Museum staff) must be cleared directly with Pierre Schneider, 10 Rue Alasseur, Paris, 75015 [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: * Schneider, Pierre. Matisse. Paris: Flammarion; c. 1984.

March 30, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.13 "The 'School of Chatou'"

PERSONALITY: John Golding (Courtald Institute of Art)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Fauvism and Its Affinities
PARTICIPANTS: John Golding
SPONSOR: Department of Education; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and Its Affinities [MoMA Exh. #1122, March 24-June 1, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RESTRICTIONS: 1. limited to scholars and serious students; 2. not to be available after January 31, 1979 [12/90: restrictions revised; see page iii]

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 6, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.14 "Matisse and the Meaning of Still Life"

PERSONALITY: Theodore Reff
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Fauvism and Its Affinities
PARTICIPANTS: Theodore Reff
SPONSOR: Department of Education; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and Its Affinities [MoMA Exh. #1122, March 24-June 1, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 13, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.15 "An Evening with George Griffin"

PERSONALITY: George Griffin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: George Griffin
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Warner Communications Inc.; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short animation and live action films, 1969-1975, including "One Man's Laundry" and "The Club," ca. 50 min.

April 19, 1976; 5:30 p.m.
76.16 "The 'Expressionist Moment' in Fauvism"

PERSONALITY: Donald E. Gordon
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Fauvism and Its Affinities
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts; Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and Its Affinities [MoMA Exh. #1122, March 24-June 1, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 83 min.; slides

April 20, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.17 "The Birth of the Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Ted Perry, Brooks McNamara, P. Adams Sitney, John Fell, Russell Merritt
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Ted Perry; Brooks McNamara, P. Adams Sitney, John Fell, Russell Merritt
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
SUMMARY: A symposium on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the first public projection of Edison's motion pictures at Koster & Bial's Music Hall, New York

April 23, 1976; 6:30-10:30 p.m.
76.18 "An Evening with Martha Coolidge"

PERSONALITY: Martha Coolidge
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Warners Communication, Inc.; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Not a Pretty Picture," 1975, 90 min.

April 26, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.18a "The Architecture of Luis Barragan"

PERSONALITY: Luis Barragan
EXHIBITION: Architecture of Luis Barragn [MoMA Exh. #1136, June 4-September 1, 1976]
DATA: 10.5" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 107; tape 76.18b

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 27, 1976
76.18b "The Architecture of Luis Barragan"

PERSONALITY: Luis Barragan
EXHIBITION: Architecture of Luis Barragn [MoMA Exh. #1136, June 4-September 1, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 107; Tape 76.18a

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

May 6, 1976
76.19 "An Evening with John Voorhees"

PERSONALITY: John Voorhees
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: John Voorhees
SPONSOR: Department of Film; New York State Council on the Arts; Warner Communications, Inc.
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Destiny the Universal Fantasy," 1974, "Whispers Delaying Grace," 1974, and "Serving Time," 1972, 70 min.

May 10, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.20 "An Evening with George Landow"

PERSONALITY: George Landow (Chicago)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films including "Wide Angle Season," 1976, ca. 60 min.

NOTE: This tape is blank.

June 7, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.21 "An Evening with Daniel Kamwa, Cameroon"

PERSONALITY: Daniel Kamwa
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Pousse Pousse," 1974, 100 min.

June 14, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.22 "An Evening with David Morris and Victoria Wozniak"

PERSONALITY: David Burtin Morris and Victoria Wozniak
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Loose Ends," 1975, 100 min.

June 21, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.23 "Rodin's Monument to Balzac"

PERSONALITY: Albert Elsen
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: The Cantor, Fitzgerald Group
EXHIBITION: Rodin Balzac [MoMA Exh. #1146, September 20-November 18, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 20, 1976
76.24 "The Discovery of Light: American Luminist Painting, 1850-1875"

(#1 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Professor Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. (Curator of American Painting and Sculpture at Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Five Lectures in conjunction with the exhibition: "The Natural Paradise: Painting in America, 1800-1950"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. #1148, September 29-November 30, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 930' tape
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.25, 76.29, 76.30, 76.32

October 5, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.25 "The Changing Concept of Place in Early 20th Century American Landscape Painting"

(#2 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Professor Wanda Corn (Department of Art History, Mills College, Oakland, California)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Five lectures in conjunction with the exhibition: "The Natural Paradise: Painting in America, 1800-1950"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. #1148, September 29-November 30, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; slides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.24, 76.29, 76.30, 76.32

October 12, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.26 "An Evening with Chick Strand"

PERSONALITY: Chick Strand (Los Angeles)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

October 18, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.27 "An Evening with Jonas Mekas, New York"

PERSONALITY: Jonas Mekas
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Lost, Lost, Lost" (recently completed reels 1-6 of "Diaries, Notes & Sketches," 1949-1963), 176 min.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 25, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.28 "An Evening with Chantal Akerman of Belgium"

PERSONALITY: Chantal Akerman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles," 1965, with Delphine Seyrig, French, English titles, 199 min.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 8, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.29 "The Artist and His Glory in Romanticism"

(#3 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Professor Gert Schiff (New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, New York)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Five Lectures in conjunction with the exhibition: "The Natural Paradise: Painting in America, 1800-1950"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. #1148, September 29-November 30, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.24, 76.25, 76.30, 76.32

November 9, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.30 "Nature's Republic: The Specialty of Landscape in the American Experience"

(#4 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Leo Marx (Kenan Professor, M.I.T.)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Five Lectures in conjunction with the exhibition: "The Natural Paradise: Painting in America, 1800-1950"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. #1148, September 29-November 30, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; not illustrated
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.24, 76.25, 76.29, 76.32

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 16, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.31 "An Evening with Bruce Conner of San Francisco"

PERSONALITY: Bruce Conner
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Crossroads," "Take the 5:10 to Dreamland," and others

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 22, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.32 "Americans in Search of a Past"

(#5 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Dr. Joshua C. Taylor (Director, National Collection of Fine Arts)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Five Lectures in conjunction with the exhibition: "The Natural Paradise: Painting in America, 1800-1950"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. #1148, September 29-November 30, 1976]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; slides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.24, 76.25, 76.29, 76.30

November 23, 1976; 8:00 p.m.
76.33 "An Evening with Chuck Hudina (Iowa City)"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Hudina
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Grease," "Sound Stills," and a work in progress

December 6, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.34 "An Evening with Mark Rappaport (New York)"

PERSONALITY: Mark Rappaport
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Mozart in Love"

December 13, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.35 "An Evening with Peter Bryant (Vancouver)"

PERSONALITY: Peter Bryant
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Bryant
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Supreme Kid"

December 20, 1976; 6:00 p.m.
76.36 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.37, 76.38, 76.39, 76.40, 76.41, 76.42, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 6, 1976
76.37 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.38, 76.39, 76.40, 76.41, 76.42, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 7, 1976
76.38 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.39, 76.40, 76.41, 76.42, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 12, 1976
76.39 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.38, 76.40, 76.41, 76.42, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 13, 1976
76.40 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.38, 76.39, 76.41, 76.42, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 14, 1976
76.41 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.38, 76.39, 76.40, 76.42, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 17, 1976
76.42 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.38, 76.39, 76.40, 76.41, 76.43, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 19, 1976
76.43 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Education, National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.38, 76.39, 76.40, 76.41, 76.42, 76.44

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 20, 1976
76.44 "The Narrative Film: Changes in Form and Style"

PERSONALITY: Frank Daniel
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 76.36, 76.37, 76.38, 76.39, 76.40, 76.41, 76.42, 76.43

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

November 21, 1976
76.45 "Judith M. Kass Interviews Stephen Harvey"

PERSONALITY: Stephen Harvey
PARTICIPANTS: Judith M. Kass
SPONSOR: WBAI-FM Radio
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
DONOR: Film Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 29, 1993

October 20, 1976 (Edited & Approved for Broadcast Nov. 12, 1976)
77.1 "Three Photographers: A Student Discussion"

PERSONALITY: Emmet Gowin, Ray Metzker, Art Sinsabaugh
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
PARTICIPANTS: Emmet Gowin, Ray Metzker, Art Sinsabaugh
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Harry Callahan [MoMA Exh. #1158, December 2, 1976-February 8, 1977]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1 hour 45 min.
SUMMARY: Three of Harry Callahan's former students discuss their work

January 22, 1977; 10:00 a.m.
77.2 "An Evening with Neelon Crawford of New York City"

PERSONALITY: Neelon Crawford
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Neelon Crawford
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of several short films

January 24, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.3 "New Films 1971-1974"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe/Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Eyes," "Deus Ex," "The Act of Seeing with One's Own Eye's," 1971
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.4, 77.5, 77.6

February 4, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.4 "New Films 1971-1974"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe/Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 17 films, 1971-1972
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.3, 77.5, 77.6

February 5, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.5 "New Films 1971-1974"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe/Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 12 films, 1971-1972
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.3, 77.4, 77.6

February 6, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.6 "New Films 1971-1974"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe/Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Text of Light," 1974
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.3, 77.4, 77.5

February 7, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.7 "New Independent New York Narratives"

PERSONALITY: Drew Denbaum, Gary Drucker, Lamar Sanders
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Drew Denbaum, Gary Drucker, Lamar Sanders
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of Gary Drucker's "Hit and Run"; Lamar Sanders' "Wet Exit"; and Drew Denbaum's "Lovesick"; followed by discussion session between audience and filmmakers

February 14, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.8 "An Evening with Walter Gutman of New York City"

PERSONALITY: Walter Gutman
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Martha Washington," 1976, (Filmmakers' Cooperative)

February 21, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.9 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.10, 77.11, 77.12, 77.13, 77.14, 77.15

January 15, 1977
77.10 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.9, 77.11, 77.12, 77.13, 77.14, 77.15

January 16, 1977
77.11 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.9, 77.10, 77.12, 77.13, 77.14, 77.15

January 19, 1977
77.12 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.9, 77.10, 77.11, 77.13, 77.14, 77.15

January 22, 1977
77.13 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.9, 77.10, 77.11, 77.12, 77.14, 77.15

January 23, 1977
77.13a "Artist Chaim Gross"

PERSONALITY: Chaim Gross
PLACE: Greenwich Village Studio, New York City
PARTICIPANTS: Chaim Gross and M. Schonfield
DATA: 5" reel; 7? ips; 13.30 min.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 23, 1977
77.14 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.9, 77.10, 77.11, 77.12, 77.13, 77.15

NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii].

January 26, 1977
77.15 "The Essence of Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Peter Kubelka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.9, 77.10, 77.11, 77.12, 77.13, 77.14

NOTE: No transcription; any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii].

January 29, 1977
77.16, 77.16D "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion of "Blow-Up"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.17, 77.19, 77.20, 77.22, 77.25, 77.28, 77.33

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

February 16, 1977
77.17 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion of "Zabriskie Point"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.16, 77.19, 77.20, 77.22, 77.25, 77.28, 77.33

NOTE: Any requests involving publication must be cleared in writing with Stephen Harvey (Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art). [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

February 23, 1977
77.18 "An Evening with Jean Eustache of Paris"

PERSONALITY: Jean Eustache
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; presented in co-operation with the French Film Office, New York
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Mes Petites Amoureuses," 1974

March 7, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.19 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes; syllabus; tapes 77.16, 77.17, 77.20, 77.22, 77.25, 77.28, 77.33

March 2, 1977
77.20 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.16, 77.17, 77.19, 77.22, 77.25, 77.28, 77.33

March 9, 1977
77.21 "An Evening with Ron Taylor of North Carolina"

PERSONALITY: Ron Taylor
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Suckalo," 1969-1976, and "Autobiographical film," 136 min.

March 14, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.22 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.16, 77.17, 77.19, 77.20, 77.25, 77.28, 77.33

March 16, 1977
77.23 "Chuck Jones: The Years at Warner Bros., Program II"

PERSONALITY: Chuck Jones
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Chuck Jones: The Years at Warner Bros. (Special Cineprobe)
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Warner Bros.; United Artists
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 8 cartoons

March 20, 1977; noon
77.24 "An Evening with Steve Dwoskin of London"

PERSONALITY: Steve Dwoskin
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Central Bazaar," 1976, 160 min., adults only

March 28, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.25 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.16, 77.17, 77.19, 77.20, 77.22, 77.28, 77.33

March 30, 1977
77.26 "Pudovkin and His Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Alexander Karaganov (Director of the Filmmakers' Association of the Soviet Union)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Aspects of Soviet Cinema
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 77.30

April 2, 1977; 7:30 p.m.
77.27 "An Evening with James Herbert of Athens, Ga."

PERSONALITY: James Herbert
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Night Horses," adults only

April 4, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.28 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.16, 77.17, 77.19, 77.20, 77.22, 77.25, 77.33

April 6, 1977
77.29 "Part I: The Working Process; Part II: Objects in a Non-Objective World"

PERSONALITY: Oskar Fischinger
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Oskar Fischinger (a retrospective of films)
PARTICIPANTS: Elfriede Fischinger
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Elfriede Fischinger, widow of Oskar Fischinger, shows and discusses a selection of her late husband's films (2 90 minute programs: Part I shown at 6:00 p.m., Part II shown at 8:30 p.m.)

Part I: April 7, 1977; 6:00 p m.; Part II: April 7, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.30 "U.S.S.R.: Fifteen Republics, Fifteen Cinemas--Similarities and Differences"

PERSONALITY: Alexander Karaganov (Director of the Filmmakers' Association of the Soviet Union)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Aspects of Soviet Cinema
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 77.26

April 9, 1977; 7:30 p.m.
77.31 "Robert Rauschenberg"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Forge (Dean, Yale University School of Art)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "Robert Rauschenberg" - Exh. #1170
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 800' tape

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 11, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.32 "An Evening with Warren Sonbert of Berkeley and New York"

PERSONALITY: Warren Sonbert
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Rude Awakening" and work-in-progress

April 11, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.33 "Antonioni: The Artist as Thinker"

PERSONALITY: Professor William Arrowsmith (Yale School of Drama)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: Department of Film; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.16, 77.17, 77.19, 77.20, 77.22, 77.25, 77.28

April 13, 1977
77.34, 77.34D "Homage to Hans Richter"

PERSONALITY: Brian O'Doherty (Patrick Ireland [pseudonym], Director of Public Media Program, NEA)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This recording was preserved in 2006. In addition to the original, a CD service copy now exists.

March 21, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.35 "Influence of Soviet Silent Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Herbert Kline
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Interviewer: Eileen Bowser; Herbert Kline
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 13 min.
SUMMARY: Tape played for Symposium at Varna, Bulgaria, on May 3, 1977

April 18, 1977
77.36 "Opening of The Roy and Niuta Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art"

PLACE: Titus Auditorium
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

June 8, 1977; 7:00-10:00 p.m.
77.37 "Special Cineprobe/What's Happening?: An Evening with Tom Joslin"

PERSONALITY: Tom Joslin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "BlackStar: The Autobiography of a Close Friend"

June 7, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.38 "An Evening with Barry Gerson"

PERSONALITY: Barry Gerson (New York City)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Celulloid Illuminations," 1975, and "Translucent Appearances," 1975

June 13, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.39 "An Evening with Leo Hurwitz"

PERSONALITY: Leo Hurwitz (New York City)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Dialogue with a Woman Departed," work-in-progress

June 20, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.40 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.41, 77.42, 77.43, 77.44, 77.45, 77.46, 77.47

June 22, 1977
77.41 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.42, 77.43, 77.44, 77.45, 77.46, 77.47

June 29, 1977
77.42 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.41, 77.43, 77.44, 77.45, 77.46, 77.47

July 6, 1977
77.43 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.41, 77.42, 77.44, 77.45, 77.46, 77.47

July 13, 1977
77.44 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.41, 77.42, 77.43, 77.44, 77.46, 77.47

July 20, 1977
77.45 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.41, 77.42, 77.43, 77.44, 77.46, 77.47

July 27, 1977
77.46 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.41, 77.42, 77.43, 77.44, 77.45, 77.47

August 3, 1977
77.47 "The Documentary Impulse"

PERSONALITY: James Blue (Co-Director of the Media Center, Rice University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Department of Film
DATA: 7" reels; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: History of the non-fiction film from the late 19th century to the present, discussing the formal, cultural, and moral issues involved in the documentary impulse
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.40, 77.41, 77.42, 77.43, 77.44, 77.45, 77.46

August 10, 1977
77.48 "Law and Order"

PERSONALITY: James Card
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Universal Pictures--65 Years"
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: James Card
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

August 30, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.49 "Waterloo Bridge"

PERSONALITY: William K. Everson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium; MoMA
SERIES: "Universal Pictures--65 Years"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 77.50

September 8, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.50 "Lecture program on Universal series"

PERSONALITY: William K. Everson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Universal Pictures--65 Years"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 77.49

September 19, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.51 "The Power Houses: The Age of Retreat, 1714-1914"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Mark Girouard
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Three Lectures on English Domestic Architecture
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Columbia University
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: 1st lecture was given at Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall Extension, Columbia University, and was not recorded.
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 77.52

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 28, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.52 "The Victorian 'Queen Anne' Style"

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Mark Girouard
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Three Lectures on English Domestic Architecture
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Columbia University
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: 1st lecture was given at Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall Extension, Columbia University, and was not recorded.
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 77.51

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 3, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.53 "Cézanne's Posthumous Fate"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: John Rewald
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne: The Late Work--Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 800'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.55, 77.57, 77.59

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 7, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.54 "Cézanne's Sites"

PERSONALITY: Erle Loran and Pavel Machotka
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Cézanne Studies: A Week of Specialized Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Principle speakers: Erle Loran and Pavel Machotka; Fritz Novotny, Robert Ratcliffe, John Rewald
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; Side 1 - 1020'; Side 2 - 450'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.56, 77.58, 77.60, 77.61

October 8, 1977; 2:30 p.m.
77.55 "Cézanne and the Image of Death"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Theodore Reff
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne: The Late Work - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1040'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.53, 77.57, 77.59

October 8, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.56 "Portraits, Figures, Bathers"

PERSONALITY: Lawrence Gowing and Theodore Reff (principal speakers)
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Cézanne Studies: A Week of Specialized Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Principal speakers: Lawrence Gowing and Theodore Reff; Wayne Andersen, Douglas Druick, Melvin Waldfogel
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.54, 77.58, 77.60, 77.61

October 9, 1977; 2:30 p.m.
77.57 "Cézanne's View of Himself"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Lawrence Gowing
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne: The Late Work - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.53, 77.55, 77.59

October 9, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.58 "Cézanne's Techniques"

PERSONALITY: Robert L. Herbert and Richard Shiff
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Cézanne Studies: A Week of Specialized Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Principal speakers: Robert L. Herbert and Richard Shiff; Erle Loran, Genevieve Monnier, F. Novotny
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; Side 1 - 1354'; Side 2 - 560'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.54, 77.56, 77.60, 77.61

October 10, 1977; 2:30 p.m.
77.59 "Cézanne: The Late Bathers"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Wayne Andersen
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne: The Late Work - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; Side 1 - 1354'; Side 2 - 100'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.53, 77.55, 77.57

October 10, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.60 "Cézanne and Twentieth-Century Art"

PERSONALITY: Edward F. Fry and Clement Greenberg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Cézanne Studies: A Week of Specialized Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Principal speakers: Edward Fry and Clement Greenberg; John Elderfield, George Heard Hamilton, Marianne L. Teuber
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.54; 77.56, 77.58, 77.61

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 11, 1977; 2:30 p.m.
77.61 "Twentieth Century Reactions to Cézanne"

PERSONALITY: Meyer Schapiro
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
SERIES: Cézanne Studies: A Week of Specialized Symposia
PARTICIPANTS: Principal speaker: Meyer Schapiro; William S. Rubin, John Rewald, Theodore Reff, Lawrence Gowing, Wayne Andersen
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.54, 77.56, 77.58, 77.60

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 11, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.62 "The Graphic Revolution"

PERSONALITY: J. Stewart Johnson, Ivan Chermayeff, George Lois, Paul Rand
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Founders' Room
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: J. Stewart Johnson; Ivan Chermayeff, George Lois, Paul Rand
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: A discussion by prominent graphic designers concerning the relevance of the design movement represented in The Graphic Revolution: 1915-1935 to contemporary advertising and graphic design.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 14, 1977
77.63 "An Evening with Charlie Ahearn"

PERSONALITY: Charlie Ahearn (New York City)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of recent short films including "Five Days and Nights," ca. 70 min.

October 17, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.63a "Public Relations"

PERSONALITY: Garry Winogrand
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Photography
EXHIBITION: Public Relations: Garry Winogrand [MoMA Exh. #1190, October 18-December 11, 1977]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This tape is blank; confirmed October 2009.

October 22, 1977; 10:00 a.m.
77.64 "Cézanne Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Michael Marrinan
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Travel Log and "Cézanne in the 20th Century"

NOTE: This recording is irreparably damaged. For access, see 77.64D.

September 28, 1977
77.64D "Cézanne Exhibit"

PERSONALITY: Michael Marrinan
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 2 3" reels
SUMMARY: Travel Log and "Cézanne in the 20th Century"

NOTE: These sound recordings were originally housed on a looped flanges, in order to be played on repeat. They were preserved in Summer, 2010. In addition to the originals, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 28, 1977
77.64a "Cézanne and the Old Masters"

(#1 of 6)
PERSONALITY: Michael Marrinan
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne in Perspective: Six Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 490'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.67, 77.68, 77.72, 77.75, 77.77

October 25, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.65 "What Was Modern Architecture?"

PERSONALITY: Vincent Scully
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Anthony G. Adinolfi Memorial Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 26, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.65a Untitled

PERSONALITY: Theodore Reff
PARTICIPANTS: Theodore Reff, Lawrence S. Freund
SPONSOR: Voice of America; U.S.I.A
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: May not be used domestically in any way. [12/90: restriction revised; see page iii]

October 27, 1977
77.66 "An Evening with Peter Hutton"

PERSONALITY: Peter Hutton (New York City)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of four short, silent, black-and-white, 16mm films

October 31, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.67 "Cézanne and Impressionism"

(#2 of 6)
PERSONALITY: Robert L. Herbert
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne in Perspective: Six Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.64a, 77.68, 77.72, 77.75, 77.77

November 1, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.68 "Cézanne and the Post-Impressionists"

(#3 of 6)
PERSONALITY: Henri Dorra
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne in Perspective: Six Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.64a, 77.67, 77.72, 77.75, 77.77

November 8, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.69 "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss, Betty Comden, Adolph Green
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.70, 77.73

November 9, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.70, 77.70D "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss and Samson Raphaelson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; one side
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.73

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2005. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

November 12, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.71 "An Evening with Yvonne Rainer, New York City"

PERSONALITY: Yvonne Rainer
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Kristina Talking Pictures," 1976, 90 min.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 14, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.72 "Cézanne and Fauvism"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Ellen C. Oppler
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne in Perspective: Six Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM and National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.64a, 77.67, 77.68, 77.75, 77.77

November 15, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.73 "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss and Howard Koch
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; Side 1 - 1080'; Side 2 - 120'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.70

November 16, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.74 "Garry Winogrand: A Photographer Looks at His Work"

PERSONALITY: Tod Papageorge
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Photography
EXHIBITION: "Public Relations" - Exh. #1190
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; Side 1 - 1075'; Side 2 - 228'

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 18, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.74a "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.70, 77.73, 77.78, 77.79, 77.80, 77.82

November 19, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.75 "Cézanne and Cubism"

(#5 of 6)
PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne in Perspective: Six Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: "Cézanne: The Late Work" - Exh. #1188
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 700'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.64a, 77.67, 77.68, 77.72, 77.77

November 22, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.76 "An Evening with James Broughton and Joel Singer of Mill Valley and Novato, California"

PERSONALITY: James Broughton and Joel Singer
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films, 1975-1977, including collaborations

November 28, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.77 "Cézanne and American Art"

(#6 of 6)
PERSONALITY: William Agee
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cézanne in Perspective: Six Public Lectures
SPONSOR: IBM; National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Cézanne: The Late Work [MoMA Exh. #1188, October 7, 1977-January 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.64a, 77.67, 77.68, 77.72, 77.75

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 29, 1977; 8:30 p.m.
77.78 "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Levinson, William Link
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.70, 77.73, 77.79, 77.80, 77.82

November 30, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.79 "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Paul Schrader
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.70, 77.73, 77.78, 77.80, 77.82

December 3, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.80 "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at film
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Benton, David Newman
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.70, 77.73, 77.78, 77.79, 77.82

December 7, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.81 "The Sculptor as Designer"

PERSONALITY: Isamu Noguchi
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design
EXHIBITION: Noguchi: The Sculptor as Designer [MoMA Exh. #1192, November 11, 1977-January 8, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1/2 of one side

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2001. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

December 10, 1977; 10:00 a.m.
77.82 "Talking Pictures: The Art of the Screenwriter"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: George Axelrod
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 77.69, 77.70, 77.73, 77.78, 77.79, 77.80

December 10, 1977; 8:00 p.m.
77.83 "An Evening with Kon Petrochuk of Kent, Ohio"

PERSONALITY: Kon Petrochuk (Kent, Ohio)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films, 1975-1977, including "Moomoons," ca. 70 min.

December 12, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.84 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Warrington Hudlin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe/What's Happening?
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Street Corner Stories," 1977

December 13, 1977; 6:00 p.m.
77.85 "An Evening with Bobby Roth of Los Angeles"

PERSONALITY: Bobby Roth
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Independence Day," 1975, 87 min.

December 19, 1977
78.1 "An Evening with Roger Jacoby of Pittsburgh"

PERSONALITY: Roger Jacoby (Pittsburgh)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Roger Jacoby, Laurence Kardish
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of recent films including "Kunst Life," ca. 80 min.

January 9, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.2 "An Evening with David Haxton, New York City"

PERSONALITY: David Haxton (New York City)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films including "Pyramid Drawings," 1969-1972, silent, ca. 70 min.

January 16, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.3 "Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977"

PERSONALITY: Paulin Soumanou Vieyra
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977
PARTICIPANTS: Paulin Soumanou Vieyra, Laurence Kardish
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:43:49
SUMMARY: Screening of 4 films

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 26, 1978; 2:30 p.m.
78.4 "Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977"

PERSONALITY: Mahama Johnson Traore
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977
SPONSOR: Department of Film; International Mineral and Chemical Co. of Libertyville, Illinois; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:38:35
SUMMARY: 2:30 p.m. screening of "Cactus"
6:00 p.m. screening of "Reouh Takh"
8:30 p.m. screening of "N'Jangaan"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 9, 1978; 2:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 8:30 p.m.
78.5 "Sol LeWitt"

PERSONALITY: Sol LeWitt
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Alicia Legg, Bernice Rose, Sol LeWitt
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Sol Lewitt [MoMA Exh. #1197, February 3-April 4, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in 2005. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

February 11, 1978; 10:00 a.m.
78.6 "Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977"

PERSONALITY: Ababacar Samb-Makharan, Mahama Johnson Traore
PLACE: Titus Auditorium
SERIES: Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977
PARTICIPANTS: Laurence Kardish, Ababacar Samb-Makharam (2:30 p.m.), Mahama Johnson Traore (5:00 p.m.)
SPONSOR: Department of Film; International Mineral and Chemical Co. of Libertyville, Illinois; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:33:23
SUMMARY: 2:30 p.m. screening of "Kodou" and "Et La Neige n'etait plus," with Ababacar Samb-Makharan present
5:00 p.m. screening of "Cactus," with Mahama Johnson Traore present

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 11, 1978; 2:30 p.m., 5:00 p.m.
78.7 "An Evening with Paul Winkler of Sydney, Australia"

PERSONALITY: Paul Winkler
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of recent avant-garde short films including "Backyard," 1975

February 13, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.8 "How Yukong Moved the Mountains: The Drugstore"

PERSONALITY: Joris Ivens
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "What's Happening?"
PARTICIPANTS: Joris Ivens
SPONSOR: Department of Film; programmed in conjunction with Donnell Library Center
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

February 14, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.9 "Pablo Picasso"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Pablo Picasso: Four Lectures"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; ca. 55 min
SUMMARY: Introduction, overview
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.10, 78.13, 78.16

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 15, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.10 "Pablo Picasso"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Pablo Picasso: Four Lectures"
PARTICIPANTS: William S. Rubin
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 610'
SUMMARY: "Blue" and "Rose" periods
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.9, 78.13, 78.16

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 22, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.11 "Lujabu-Biru"

PERSONALITY: Moussa Bathilly
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Senegal: 15 Years of an African Cinema, 1962-1977
SPONSOR: Department of Film; International Mineral and Chemical Co. of Libertyville, Illinois; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

February 27, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.12 "From Germany to France: [Edward J.] Steichen's Reorientation of Stieglitz"

PERSONALITY: Colin T. Eisler
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "Steichen: The Master Prints 1895-1914" - Exh. #1200
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1130'

February 28, 1978; 8:30 p.m.
78.13 "Pablo Picasso"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Pablo Picasso: Four Lectures"
PARTICIPANTS: William S. Rubin
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.9, 78.10, 78.16

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 1, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.14 "Perspectives on French Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Bertrand Tavernier; Charles Belmont; Jean-Daniel Simon
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Perspectives on French Cinema"
PARTICIPANTS: March 2: Bertrand Tavernier; March 3: Charles Belmont; March 4: Jean-Daniel Simon
SPONSOR: Department of Film; The Association of French Film Directors
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; March 2: 294'; March 3: 636'; March 4: 426'
SUMMARY: Presented in cooperation with the French Film Office in New York, Unifrance, U.S.A.

March 2, 1978; March 3, 1978; March 4, 1978
78.15 "Winstanley"

PERSONALITY: Kevin Brownlow
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

March 6, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.16 "Pablo Picasso"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: William S. Rubin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Pablo Picasso: Four Lectures"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 630'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.9, 78.10, 78.13

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 8, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.17 "Les Enfants du placard"

PERSONALITY: Benoit Jacquot
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Perspectives on French Cinema"
SPONSOR: Department of Film; The Association of French Film Directors
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Presented in cooperation with the French Film Office in New York Unifrance, U.S.A.

NOTE: In 2010, this recording was sent off-site for preservation. The preservation vendor concluded that the tape was blank.

March 9, 1978
78.18 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 348'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.21, 78.22, 78.25, 78.26, 78.28, 78.29, 78.31

March 11, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.19 "Cut-Out Animation"

PERSONALITY: Ian Birnie (Art Gallery of Ontario)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

March 13, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.20 "Sol LeWitt: An Introduction"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum (Professor of Fine Arts, New York University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Sol Lewitt [MoMA Exh. #1197, February 3-April 4, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 715'

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 14, 1978; 8:30 p.m.
78.21 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.22, 78.25, 78.26, 78.28, 78.29, 78.31

March 15, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.22 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 679'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.21, 78.25, 78.26, 78.28, 78.29, 78.31

March 18, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.23 "America's Sweetheart: The Mary Pickford Story"

PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lillian Gish, Matty Kemp, Buddy Rogers
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

March 20, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.24 "Sol Lewitt: What's in a Name?"

PERSONALITY: Donald Kuspit
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Sol Lewitt
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Sol Lewitt [MoMA Exh. #1197, February 3-April 4, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 525'

March 21, 1978
78.25 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.21, 78.22, 78.26, 78.28, 78.29, 78.31

March 22, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.26 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 247'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.21, 78.22, 78.25, 78.28, 78.29, 78.31

March 25, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.27 "An Evening with Taka Iimura"

PERSONALITY: Taka Iimura
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Japan Foundation of Tokyo and Washington; Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 175'; TRT: 00:17:24

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 27, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.28 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.21, 78.22, 78.25, 78.26, 78.29, 78.31

March 29, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.29 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 594'(?)
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.21, 78.22, 78.25, 78.26, 78.28, 78.31

April 1, 1978; 8:00 p.m. (tape made on April 2 has been lost)
78.30 "An Evening with Walter Ungerer of Vermont"

PERSONALITY: Walter Ungerer
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

April 3, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.31 "The Musical Film"

PERSONALITY: Albert Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.18, 78.21, 78.22, 78.25, 78.26, 78.28, 78.29

April 5, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.32 "New Directors, New Films"

PERSONALITY: Francois de Menil, Barbara Rose, Jaime Chavarri, Giovanna Gagliardo
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: New Directors, New Films
PARTICIPANTS: Francois de Menil and Barbara Rose on "North Star: Mark di Suvero"; Jaime Chavarri on "To an Unknown God"; Giovanna Gagliardo on "Mother and Daughter"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

April 7, 8, 9, 17, 1978
78.33 "An Evening with Bill Brand"

PERSONALITY: Bill Brand
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

April 24, 1978
78.34 "'The Jungle Book' Evening"

PERSONALITY: Ollie Johnston, Frank Thomas, Gilda Radner
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ollie Johnston, Eric Larson, Frank Thomas, Gilda Radner
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Walt Disney Productions
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Invitation in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

May 3, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.35 "An Evening with Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen of London"

PERSONALITY: Laura Mulvey, Peter Wollen
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Wollen
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

May 8, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.35a "The Matte Process"

PERSONALITY: Albert Whitlock (Universal Studios)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Albert Whitlock, Richard Corliss, Richard E. Oldenburg
SPONSOR: The Film Department
EXHIBITION: Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director [MoMA Exh. #1213, May 11-September 26, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

May 12, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.36 "Screen Acting"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 2 sides
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.37, 78.38, 78.42, 78.44, 78.46

May 17, 1978
78.37 "Screen Acting"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 800'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.36, 78.38, 78.42, 78.44, 78.46

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

May 24, 1978
78.38 "Screen Acting"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 999'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.36, 78.37, 78.42, 78.44, 78.46

May 31, 1978
78.39 "Photographe" & "The Vultures"

PERSONALITY: J.A. Martin, Jean-Claude Labrecque
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cinema Quebecois, 1972-1978; "What's Happening?"
PARTICIPANTS: J.A Martin, Jean-Claude Labrecque
SPONSOR: Cinematheque Quebecoise; National Film Board of Canada; Quebec Government House (New York)
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 6:00 p.m.: "Photographe"; 8:30 p.m.: "The Vultures"

June 1, 1978; 6:00 and 8:00 p.m.
78.40 "An Evening with Leon Hirszman from Brazil"

PERSONALITY: Leon Hirszman (Brazil)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:33:27
SUMMARY: Screening of "San Bernardo," 1971

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

June 5, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.41 "An Evening with Danny Lyon from New Mexico"

PERSONALITY: Danny Lyon (New Mexico)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Little Boy," 1978, documentary

June 12, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.42 "Screen Acting"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.36, 78.37, 78.38, 78.44, 78.46

June 14, 1978
78.43 "An Evening with Larry Gottheim of Binghamton, New York"

PERSONALITY: Larry Gottheim (Binghamton, New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel, 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Mouches volantes," 1976, 69 min.

June 19, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.44, 78.44D "Screen Acting"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Walter Kerr, Claudette Colbert
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.36, 78.37, 78.38, 78.42, 78.46

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

June 21, 1978
78.45 "An Evening with Jorge Preloran"

PERSONALITY: Jorge Preloran
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Zarda's Children"

June 26, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.46 "Screen Acting"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.36, 78.37, 78.38, 78.42, 78.44

June 28, 1978
78.47 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.48, 78.49, 78.50, 78.51, 78.52, 78.53, 78.54

August 16, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.48 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 655'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.49, 78.50, 78.51, 78.52, 78.53, 78.54

August 19, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.49 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.48, 78.50, 78.51, 78.52, 78.53, 78.54

August 23, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.50 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.48, 78.49, 78.51, 78.52, 78.53, 78.54

August 26, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.51 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.48, 78.49, 78.50, 78.52, 78.53, 78.54

August 30, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.52 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.48, 78.49, 78.50, 78.51, 78.53, 78.54

September 6, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.53 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.48, 78.49, 78.50, 78.51, 78.52, 78.54

September 9, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.54 "American Cinema: Into the 70's; Arthur Penn and Contemporaries"

PERSONALITY: Robin Wood
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.47, 78.48, 78.49, 78.50, 78.51, 78.52, 78.53

September 13, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.55 "Gilbert and Sullivan: A Tribute to the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company"

PERSONALITY: Richard Traubner
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 280'

September 18, 1978; 2:30 p.m.
78.56 "Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960"

PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Adams, Robert Cumming, Joan Lyons
SPONSOR: Philip Morris, Inc.; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: "Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960" - Exh. #1221
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3.4 ips; 980'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 78.57

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 19, 1978
78.57 "Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960"

PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John M. Divola, Jr., Jan Groover, Henry Wessel, Jr.
SPONSOR: Philip Morris, Inc.; National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960 [MoMA Exh. #1221, July 26-October 2, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1? hour
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 78.56

September 26, 1978
78.58 "The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund"

PERSONALITY: Stuart Wrede, Colin Rowe, Michael Graves, Kenneth Frampton, Hans Asplund
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Stuart Wrede; Colin Rowe, Michael Graves, Kenneth Frampton, Hans Asplund
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund [MoMA Exh. #1218, June 30-October 1, 1978]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. This recording has sections of severe damage.

September 5, 1978; 8:30 p.m.
78.59 "Opening Night"

PERSONALITY: Ted Perry
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Before Neo-Realism: Italian Cinema 1929-1944
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Ted Perry
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Sole," 1929, and "Rotaie," 1929

October 5, 1978; 8:30 p.m.
78.60 "An Evening with Babette Mangolte"

PERSONALITY: Babette Mangolte
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Camera: Je (La Camera: 1)"

October 16, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.61 "Salute to Nagamasa and Kashiko Kawakita"

PERSONALITY: Nagamasa Kawakita and Kashiko Kawakita
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Salute to Nagamasa and Kashiko Kawakita"
PARTICIPANTS: Nagamasa Kawakita
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:11:35
SUMMARY: Screening of Josef von Sternberg's "Anatahan"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 19, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.62 "African Cinema: Ousmane Sembene and the Cinema of Contestation"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Third World Cinema" - Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:44:16
SUMMARY: Screening of "Xala," excerpts from "La Noire de...," "Mandabi," "Emitai," and "Ceddo"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.64, 78.66, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 28, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.63 "An Evening with Charles Lyman of Tampa, Florida"

PERSONALITY: Charles Lyman
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Summer Windows," "Time Exposure," "Persistence of Vision"

October 30, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.64 "Women of the Third-World: Cinematic Perspectives"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Third World Cinema" - Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Sheila Smith-Hobson
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:44:49
SUMMARY: Screening of "One Way or Another" (Sara Gomez Yara); excerpts from "Lucia," "Ramparts of Clay," "Salt of the Earth," "Battle of Algiers," "Harvest, 3000 Years," "Sambizanga"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.66, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 1, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.65 "Art in New York City" Program - State University of New York"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Antoinette King, Dore Ashton
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Matisse in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #1235, October 25, 1978-January 30, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 869'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 78.69

November 2, 1978
78.66 "The New Cuban Cinema" - "Third World Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 380'; TRT: 00:51:43
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Other Francisco" (Sergio Giral); excerpts from newsreels by Santiago Alvarez, "Plasmasis," "Nicolas Guillen," "Memories of Underdevelopment"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 4, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.67 "The New Cuban Cinema" - Third World Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Cuban music to accompany films
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.66, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: In 2010, this recording was sent off-site for preservation. The preservation vendor concluded that the only content is commercially available music, and so preservation was not deemed necessary.

November 4, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.68 "Southern Africa in Black and White and Color" - "Third World Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:58:03
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Last Grave at Dimbaza"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.66, 78.67, 78.70, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 8, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.69 "Art in New York City" Program - State University of New York"

PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Eloise Ricciardelli
SPONSOR: State University of New York
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1055'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 78.65

November 9, 1978
78.70 "Third-World Cult Films" - "Third World Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Perry Henzell
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:41:49
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Harder They Come"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.66, 78.67, 78.68, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 11, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.71 "Third-World Cult Films" - "Third World Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Perry Henzell
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Musical score for "The Harder They Come"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78,62, 78.64, 78.66, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.74, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: In 2010, this recording was sent off-site for preservation. The preservation vendor concluded that the only content is commercially available music, and so preservation was not deemed necessary.

November 11, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.72 "An Evening with Vicki Z. Peterson"

PERSONALITY: Vicki Z. Peterson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Rainbow Bridge (Parts I and II)" and "Scrolls"

November 13, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.73 "Matisse Before 1914: The Foundations of His Art"

PERSONALITY: John Hallmark Neff (Director of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Matisse Lectures
SPONSOR: Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust
EXHIBITION: Matisse in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #1235, October 25, 1978-January 30, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 894'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.77, 78.80, 78.82

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 14, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.74 "The Third Cinema: Films of Guerilla Warfare in South America"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Third World Cinema" - Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:52:48
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Jackal of Nahueltoro"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.77, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.75, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 15, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.75 "Contrasts in the Orient: China and India"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Third World Cinema" - Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Jay Leyda, Udayan Gupta
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:22:50
SUMMARY: Screening of "Distant Thunder," excerpts from "Helen, Queen of the Nautch Girls," and Chinese films
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.66, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.78

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 18, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.76 "An Evening with Sebastien Kamba (People's Republic of the Congo)"

PERSONALITY: Sebastien Kamba
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:36:13
SUMMARY: New York premiere of "La Rancon d'Une Alliance," 1973

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 20, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.77 "Matisse's Paintings 1910-30: Instinct and Intellect"

PERSONALITY: Jack D. Flam (Professor of Art History, Brooklyn College, CUNY)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Matisse Lectures
SPONSOR: Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust
EXHIBITION: Matisse in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #1235, October 25, 1978-January 30, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 502'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.73, 78.80, 78.82

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 21, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.78 "Censorship and Exile: Towards a Theory of Political Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Third World Cinema" - Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Haile Gerima
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 01:25:05
SUMMARY: Screening of "Harvest, 3000 Years"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.62, 78.64, 78.66, 78.67, 78.68, 78.70, 78.71, 78.74, 78.75

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for course schedule.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 22, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.79 "Edwin Lutyens: A Twentieth Century Architect"

PERSONALITY: Allan Greenberg
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: The Architecture of Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens [MoMA Exh. #1233, October 13, 1978-January 7, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 999'

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 27, 1978; 8:30 p.m.
78.80 "The Sculpture of Matisse"

PERSONALITY: William Tucker
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Matisse Lectures
SPONSOR: Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust
EXHIBITION: Matisse in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #1235, October 25, 1978-January 30, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; ca. 1 hour
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.73, 78.77, 78.82

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 28, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.81 "A Tribute to Edwin S. Porter; The Edison Years"

PERSONALITY: Charles Musser
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: A Tribute to Edwin S. Porter
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jon Gartenberg
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 212'

December 1, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.82 "Matisse: The Method of a Colorist"

PERSONALITY: Lawrence Gowing (Director, Slade School of Fine Arts, London)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Matisse Lectures
SPONSOR: Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust
EXHIBITION: "Matisse in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art" - Exh. #1235
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 78.73, 78.77, 78.80

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

December 5, 1978; 8:00 p.m.
78.83 "A Tribute to Edwin S. Porter" (lectures and a symposium)

PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: A Tribute to Edwin S. Porter
PARTICIPANTS: Eileen Bowser, Andre Gaudreault, Tom Gunning, Jon Gartenberg, David Levy, Charles Musser
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; ca. 600'

December 8, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.84 "An Evening with Leandro Katz (New York)"

PERSONALITY: Leandro Katz
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films, including "Los Angeles Station" and "Fall"

December 11, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.85 "Before Neo-Realism: Italian Cinema 1929-1944"

PERSONALITY: Adriano Apra; Patrizia Pistagnesi
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Adriano Apra, December 14; Patrizia Pistagnesi, December 16
SPONSOR: Cinzano International; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; December 14 - 1-362'; December 16 - 362-884'; TRT: 01:27:51

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December 14, 1978; December 16, 1978
78.86 "An Evening with Jon Jost (Montana, California)"

PERSONALITY: Jon Jost
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 127'
SUMMARY: New York premiere of "Speaking Directly: Some American Notes," 1973

December 18, 1978; 6:00 p.m.
78.87 "'Rediscovering RKO' - opening night"

PERSONALITY: Nicholas Ray (Director)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Rediscovering RKO"
SPONSOR: Department of Film; RKO
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Lusty Men"

December 21, 1978; 8:30 p.m.
79.1 "An Evening with William Raban and Marilyn Halford (London)"

PERSONALITY: William Raban, Marilyn Halford
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Short single screen works, 1973-1978

January 15, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.2 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Laslo Benedek, Victor Navasky, Nora Sayre
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Song of Russia," and excerpt of "Mission to Moscow"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.3, 79.4, 79.5, 79.7, 79.8, 79.10, 79.12

January 17, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.3 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Eliot Asinov, Nora Sayre
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 293'
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Woman on Pier 13" (aka I Married a Communist), and excerpt of "The Red Menace"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.4, 79.5, 79.7, 79.8, 79.10, 79.12

January 20, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.4 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "My Son John"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.3, 79.5, 79.7, 79.8, 79.10, 79.12

January 24, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.5 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 314'
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Long Hot Summer," and excerpts from "Rebel Without a Cause," "East of Eden," and "A Hatful of Rain"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.3, 79.4, 79.7, 79.8, 79.10, 79.12

January 27, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.6 "An Evening with J.J. Murphy (Brooklyn)"

PERSONALITY: J.J. Murphy
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Highway Landscape," "Ice," "Sky Blue Water," and "Movie Stills"

January 29, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.7 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 525'
SUMMARY: Excerpts from "Somebody Up There Likes Me," "Blackboard Jungle," and "Patterns"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.3, 79.4, 79.5, 79.8, 79.10, 79.12

January 31, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.8 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Rice, Nora Sayre
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 470'
SUMMARY: Screening of "A Place in the Sun," and excerpts from "Sabrina," "War and Peace," and "The Swan"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.3, 79.4, 79.5, 79.7, 79.10, 79.12

February 3, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.9 "An Evening with Kurt Kren (Europe/USA)"

PERSONALITY: Kurt Kren
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Retrospective of short films 1960-1978

February 5, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.10 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 291'
SUMMARY: Screening of "A Face in the Crowd"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.3, 79.4, 79.5, 79.7, 79.8, 79.12

February 7, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.11 "An Evening with Bruno Bozzetto"

PERSONALITY: Bruno Bozzetto
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: 2-program retrospective of Bozzetto's 1960-1976 animated films
PARTICIPANTS: Giannalberto Bendazzi, Bruno Bozzetto, Adrienne Mancia
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Italtoons
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Allegro Non Troppo"

February 8, 1979; 8:30 p.m.
79.12 "Hollywood and the Cold War"

PERSONALITY: Nora Sayre
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Howard Roller
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 337'
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Thing" and excerpt from "Them!"
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.2, 79.3, 79.4, 79.5, 79.7, 79.8, 79.10

February 10, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.13 "Early Danish Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Marguerite Engberg (Danish film historian)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Requests from the Archives"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 270'

February 9, 1979
79.14 "An Evening with Walter Kerr and 'The Silent Clowns'"

PERSONALITY: Walter Kerr
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Kino International Corporation
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Navigator" with Buster Keaton, "The Immigrant" with Charlie Chaplin, and an excerpt from "Girl Shy" with Harold Lloyd

February 13, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.15 "Jackie Winsor"

PERSONALITY: Jackie Winsor
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Roberta Smith; Jackie Winsor
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Painting and Sculpture
EXHIBITION: Jackie Winsor [MoMA Exh. #1245, January 12-March 6, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1000'

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 24, 1979; 10:00 a.m.
79.16 "An Evening with Ian Hugo"

PERSONALITY: Ian Hugo
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 68'
SUMMARY: Screening of "Ai-Ye," "The Gondola Eye," "Aphrodisiac I," "Luminescence," "Re-Born," and "Ian Hugo-Engraver and Filmmaker"

February 26, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.17 "An Evening with Andrew Noren (New York)"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Noren
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Charmed Particles," 1977

March 12, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.18 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Screening list for "Film and the Modern Arts" attached to content/description card; tapes 79.20, 79.21, 79.22, 79.24, 79.25, 79.26, 79.27

March 14, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.19 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Robert Wise
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Rediscovering RKO
SPONSOR: Department of Film; RKO
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 268'
SUMMARY: Screening of "Blood on the Moon"

March 15, 1979; 8:30 p.m.
79.20 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 328'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18; 79.21, 79.22, 79.24, 79.25, 79.26, 79.27

March 17, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.21 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18, 79.20, 79.22, 79.24, 79.25, 79.26, 79.27

March 21, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.22 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 785'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18, 79.20, 79.21, 79.24, 79.25, 79.26, 79.27

March 24, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.23 "An Evening with Thaddeus O'Sullivan"

PERSONALITY: Thaddeus O'Sullivan
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "A Pint of Plain" and excerpt of "On a Paving Stone Mounted"

March 26, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.24 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18, 79.20, 79.21, 79.22, 79.25, 79.26, 79.27

March 28, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.25 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18, 79.20, 79.21, 79.22, 79.24, 79.26, 79.27

March 31, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.26 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18, 79.20, 79.21, 79.22, 79.24, 79.25, 79.27

April 4, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.27 "Film and the Modern Arts"

PERSONALITY: P. Adams Sitney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.18, 79.20, 79.21, 79.22, 79.24, 79.25, 79.26

April 7, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.28 "An Evening with Nancy Holt"

PERSONALITY: Nancy Holt
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Underscan" (videotape), "Swamp," "Pine Barrens," and "Sun Tunnels"

April 9, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.29 "Transformations in Modern Architecture"

PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Department of Architecture and Design
EXHIBITION: "Transformations in Modern Architecture" - Exh. #1250
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; side 1 - 1075'; side 2 - 54'

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 10, 1979
79.30 "An Evening with Zelman Jofen and Avraham Kamman (Brooklyn)"

PERSONALITY: Zelman Jofen and Avraham Kamman
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Avraham Kamman
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Prayer" and "Rituals and Demonstrations"

April 16, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.31 "Munch--A Nineteenth-Century Painter"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum (Professor of Fine Arts, New York University)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "The Masterworks of Edward Munch" - Exh. #1254
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 760'

April 16, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.32 "New Directors/New Films"

PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: New Directors/New Films
SPONSOR: Department of Film, Film Society of Lincoln Center
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; both sides

April 20, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.33 "An Evening with Linwood Dunn"

PERSONALITY: Linwood Dunn
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of footage covering Linwood Dunn's achievements in the field of movie special effects

May 4, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.34 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Nicholas Ray (Director)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Rediscovering RKO
SPONSOR: Department of Film; RKO
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "On Dangerous Ground," 1951, and "They Live by Night," 1948; both directed by Nicholas Ray, and filmed as part of a documentary on Nicholas Ray

May 6, 1979
79.35 "An Evening with Dana Hodgdon (Evanston, Illinois)"

PERSONALITY: Dana Hodgdon (Evanston, Illinois)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films, including first public showing of "Romance," 1979, 30 min.

May 7, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.36 "An Evening with Pat O'Neill (Los Angeles)"

PERSONALITY: Pat O'Neill (Los Angeles)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short films 1974-1979, including "Sleeping Dogs (Never Lie)," "Foregrounds," "Sidewinder's Delta," and "Saugus Series"

May 14, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.37 "By Jules Schwerin--Requests from the Archives"

PERSONALITY: Jules Schwerin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Requests from the Archives
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jon Gartenberg; Jules Schwerin
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Discussion session follows screening of film

June 8, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.38 "An Evening with Jon Rubin"; "An Evening with Klaus Wyborny"

PERSONALITY: Jon Rubin, Klaus Wyborny
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Jon Rubin, June 11; Klaus Wyborny, June 18
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Both evenings on one tape

June 11, 1979; June 18, 1979
79.39 "Members Anniversary Evening"

PERSONALITY: Sylvia Sidney
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Sylvia Sidney, Stephen Harvey
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Department of Membership
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine," followed by dialogue between Sylvia Sidney and Stephen Harvey

June 12, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.40 "Les Blank--Work-in-Progress"

PERSONALITY: Les Blank
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Les Blank, Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Les Blank introduces his work-in-progress, "Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers"

June 25, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.41 "James Bond--007"

PERSONALITY: Judith Crist, Albert R. Broccoli, Ken Adam, Lewis Gilbert
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: James Bond--007
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Judith Crist; Albert R. Broccoli, Ken Adam, Lewis Gilbert
SPONSOR: Film Department
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Spy Who Loved Me," followed by panel discussion; showing of slide by Ken Adam

NOTE: Albert Broccoli produced all 11 films, Ken Adam was Production Designer for 6 films, and Lewis Gilbert directed 3 films

June 29, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.42 "An Evening with Maurice Binder"

PERSONALITY: Maurice Binder
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: James Bond 007
SPONSOR: Film Department
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Maurice Binder, Main Title Artist, for all of the Broccoli James Bond films; credit sequences and trailers shown

June 30, 1979
79.43 "Charlie Chaplin" (July 18); "Comediennes" (July 21); "Forgotten Clowns" (July 25);

PERSONALITY: Leonard Maltin
"Transition: Silent to Sound" (July 28)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Remembered Laughter: The Great Screen Comics" - Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.44, 79.45

July 18, July 21, July 25, and July 28, 1979
79.43a "American International Pictures: 25 Years"

PERSONALITY: Samuel Z. Arkoff
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Richard E. Oldenburg; Samuel Z. Arkoff
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Premiere of "The Amityville Horror" (July 24); Screening of "Wild in the Streets" (July 26)

NOTE: This recording was remastered in 1999. In addition to the original reel, a 10" preservation reel and archival cassette were produced.

July 24 & July 26, 1979
79.44 "Nonsense and Comedy", August 1, 1979; "The Parody" - August 4, 1979

PERSONALITY: Leonard Maltin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Remembered Laughter: The Great Screen Comics" - Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.43, 79.45

August 1 & August 4, 1979
79.45 "Comic Attitudes and Personalities," August 8; "Contrasts: Yesterday and Today," August 11"

PERSONALITY: Leonard Maltin
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Remembered Laughter: The Great Screen Comics" - Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.43, 79.44

August 8 & August 11, 1979
79.46 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Ansel Adams
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: John Szarkowski; Ansel Adams
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams and the West [MoMA Exh. #1273, September 5-October 28, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Ansel Adams discusses his involvement with The Museum of Modern Art and gives a chronological overview of his work

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 11, 1979
79.47 "The Films of Fernando de Fuentes"

PERSONALITY: Fernando de Fuentes
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: The Films of Fernando de Fuentes
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Richard E. Oldenburg; Fernando de Fuentes
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:04:56
SUMMARY: Remarks preceding screening of "Vamonos con pancho Villa"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

September 13, 1979
79.48 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Peter Ellenshaw
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Ellenshaw, John Culhane
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Walt Disney Productions
EXHIBITION: Peter Ellenshaw: Special Effects Artist [MoMA Exh. #1274, September 17-October 30, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

September 17, 1979; 8:15 p.m.
79.49 Untitled

PERSONALITY: John Szarkowski
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Ansel Adams and the West [MoMA Exh. #1273, September 5-October 28, 1979]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 470'
SUMMARY: John Szarkowski speaks about Ansel Adams' work in relation to that of two of his predecessors, Alfred Stieglitz and Timothy O'Sullivan

September 25, 1979
79.50 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: David Denbey
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Historical overview of American film criticism from its origins
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.53, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.58, 79.59, 79.61, 79.65, 79.67

October 13, 1979
79.51 "Patrick Henry Bruce"

PERSONALITY: Barbara Rose
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: "Patrick Henry Bruce" - Exh. #1272
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 920'

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 16, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.52 "Producers' Evening"

PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Mary Lea Bandy; Moderator: Stephen Harvey; Tony Bill, David Brown, Robert Evans, Alan Pakula
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

October 17, 1979
79.53 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: Charles Affron
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Charles Affron
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: A critical approach to screen acting
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.58, 79.59, 79.61, 79.65, 79.67

October 20, 1979
79.54 "An Evening with Ken Kobland (New York)"

PERSONALITY: Ken Kobland
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Near and Far/Now and Then," "Vestibule," "Picking Up the Pieces/3 Mis-Takes," and "Frame"

October 22, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.55a "American Film Criticism"

(2 reels)
PERSONALITY: Manny Farber
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Manny Farber
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; two reels
SUMMARY: A comparison between critical attitudes of the 1930s and today
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.58, 79.59, 79.61, 79.65, 79.67

October 27, 1979
79.55b "American Film Criticism"

(2 reels)
PERSONALITY: Manny Farber
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Manny Farber
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; two reels
SUMMARY: A comparison between critical attitudes of the 1930s and today
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.58, 79.59, 79.61, 79.65, 79.67

October 27, 1979
79.56 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Zsolt Kezdi-Kovacs
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Hungarian Cinema, 1972-1979
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Adrienne Mancia; Zsolt Kezdi-Kovacs
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

October 27, 1979
79.57 "An Evening with Will Hindle"

PERSONALITY: Will Hindle (Blountsville, Alabama)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Pasteur3," "20: 'Merci, Merci'," "St. Flournoy...," and "Later That Same Night"

October 29, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.58 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: Leo Braudy
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Leo Braudy
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: A critical approach to film genre - the movie musical
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.59, 79.61, 79.65, 79.67

November 3, 1979
79.59 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: Molly Haskell
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Molly Haskell
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: The image of women in the films of the 1970s
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.58, 79.61, 79.65, 79.67

November 10, 1979
79.60 "An Evening with Penny Allen"

PERSONALITY: Penny Allen (Portland, Oregon)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Property," 1978

November 12, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.61 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: Vito Russo
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Vito Russo
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: A historical look at Hollywood's changing view of homosexuality
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.58, 79.59, 79.65, 79.67

November 17, 1979
79.62 "An Evening with Standish D. Lawder"

PERSONALITY: Standish D. Lawder (La Jolla, California)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 11 short films from 1969-1973

November 19, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.63 "Membership and Development Special Evening"

PERSONALITY: Otto Preminger
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Special Evenings
SPONSOR: Department of Membership; Department of Development
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Man with the Golden Arm"

November 20, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.64, 79.64D "Paradigms Regained: The Function of Tradition in Contemporary Architecture"

PERSONALITY: Robert A.M. Stern
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Anthony G. Adinolfi Memorial Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Arthur Drexler, Director of Architecture and Design Department, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Stern, architect.
SPONSOR: American Institute of Architects Foundation; MoMA
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1000'

NOTE: This recording was preserved in the Spring of 2008 by Robert A.M. Stern. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

November 26, 1979
79.65 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: Richard Corliss and Robert Sklar
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: David Denby; Richard Corliss, Robert Sklar
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: A critical comparison of television and film as dramatic mediums
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.58, 79.59, 79.61, 79.67

December 1, 1979
79.66 "An Evening with Hellmuth Costard"

PERSONALITY: Hellmuth Costard
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Recent Films from West Germany
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Der Kleine Godard," 1978

December 3, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.67 "American Film Criticism"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Sarris, David Ansen, David Denby
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Looking at Film
PARTICIPANTS: Andrew Sarris, David Ansen, David Denby
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: "Covering the Beat" - the role of critic as journalist
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.50, 79.53, 79.55a, 79.55b, 79.58, 79.59, 79.61, 79.67

December 8, 1979
79.68 "An Evening with Ernie Gehr"

PERSONALITY: Ernie Gehr (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Host: Jon Gartenberg; Ernie Gehr
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Still," 1971, and "Eureka," 1974

December 10, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.69 "Cineprobe/What's Happening?"

PERSONALITY: Rosa von Praunheim
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe/What's Happening?
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Army of Lovers, or Revolt of the Perverts," 1979, adults only

December 11, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
79.70 "The Context of the 1920s"

PERSONALITY: Eugene Goossen
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Art of the Twenties"
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 80.1, 80.3

December 12, 1979; 8:00 p.m.
79.71 "A Tribute to Douglas Sirk"

PERSONALITY: Douglas Sirk
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Film; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7' reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Tarnished Angels," 1958

December 15, 1979; 5:00 p.m.
79.72 "An Evening with Malcolm Le Grice"

PERSONALITY: Malcolm Le Grice (London, England)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of 6 short films, 1967-1977

December 17, 1979; 6:00 p.m.
80.1 "One Art, Three Social Meanings"

PERSONALITY: Carl E. Schorske
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Art of the Twenties Lecture Series
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.70, 80.3

January 9, 1980
80.2 "An Evening with Larry Cohen"

PERSONALITY: Larry Cohen (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Private Files of J. Edgar Hoover," 1977

January 14, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.3 "The Brave Discovery"

PERSONALITY: Peter C. Bunnell
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Art of the Twenties Lecture Series
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Art of the Twenties [MoMA Exh. #1277, November 14, 1979-January 22, 1980]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; 1000'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 79.70, 80.1

January 16, 1980
80.4 "An Evening with Richard Schmidt"

PERSONALITY: Richard Schmidt (Oakland, California)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "1988"

January 21, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.5 "Remembering Iris Barry: A Film Tribute"

PERSONALITY: Margareta Akermark and Philip Johnson
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; TRT: 00:02:42
SUMMARY: In honor of Iris Barry, founder of MoMA's Film Department

NOTE: This recording does not contain the specified content. This sound recording was preserved in Fall, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 28, 1980; 8:00 p.m.
80.6 "An Evening with Warren Sonbert"

PERSONALITY: Warren Sonbert (San Francisco/New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Divided Loyalties," "Hall of Mirrors," and "Where Did Our Love Go?"

February 4, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.7 "An Evening with Allen Coulter"

PERSONALITY: Allen Coulter (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe - Cineprobe Week
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Hobbs Case," 1979

February 7, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.8 "An Evening with Dana Gordon"

PERSONALITY: Dana Gordon (Milwaukee/New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe - Cineprobe Week
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "12 Shots," 1978, and "Paradise Spy or My Vacation," 1978

February 7, 1980; 8:30 p.m.
80.9 "An Evening with Tom DeWitt"

PERSONALITY: Tom DeWitt (Albany)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe - Cineprobe Week
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Lecture Video Graphics" and some early works

February 9, 1980; 2:30 p.m.
80.10 "An Evening with Jerry Tartaglia"

PERSONALITY: Jerry Tartaglia (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe - Cineprobe Week
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Here and There," "Four Elegies," "Magnificat," "Frankenstein Pt. 1," and a new work

February 9, 1980; 5:00 p.m.
80.11 "An Evening with Dwinnel Grant"

PERSONALITY: Dwinnell Grant (Solebury, Pa.)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe - Cineprobe Week
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of short works, supplemented by relevant slides

February 11, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.12 "Introduction to "Perspectives on French Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Jacques Poitrenaud and Jacques Rivette
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Perspectives on French Cinema
SPONSOR: French Film Office/Unifrance Film USA; Film Department
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Merry-Go-Round"

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

February 14, 1980; 8:30 p.m.
80.13 "Printed Art: A View of Two Decades"

PERSONALITY: Mel Bochner, Chuck Close, Joyce Kozloff
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artists' Talks on "Printed Art"
PARTICIPANTS: Mel Bochner, Chuck Close, Joyce Kozloff
SPONSOR: McGraw-Hill Foundation; Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 80.17

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 26, 1980; 8:00 p.m.
80.14 "The Making of 'Gone with the Wind'"

PERSONALITY: Ronald Haver
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "David O. Selznick's Hollywood"
SPONSOR: Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Film Department
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: Tape is incomplete--recorded selections from the lecture

February 29, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.16 "An Evening with Suzan Pitt and Her Animated Films"

PERSONALITY: Suzan Pitt (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Asparagus" and other films

March 10, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.17 "Printed Art: A View of Two Decades"

PERSONALITY: Richard Artschwager, Alex Katz, Ed Ruscha, Donald Marron
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artists' Talks on Printed Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Donald Marron; Richard Artschwager, Alex Katz, Ed Ruscha
SPONSOR: McGraw-Hill Foundation; Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Printed Art Since 1965 [MoMA Exh. #1287, February 13-April 1, 1980]
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips; Artschwager - 31-175'; Katz - 193-450'; Ruscha - 453-704'
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 80.13

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

March 11, 1980
80.19 "Introduction to "Films on Film History"

PERSONALITY: Anthony Slide
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Films on Film History
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips

March 20, 1980; 2:30, 6:00, and 8:30 p.m.
80.20 "An Evening with Larry Jordan"

PERSONALITY: Larry Jordan (Petaluma, California)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Moonlight Sonata," "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," "Visions of a City," "Cornell, 1965," and "Our Lady of The Sphere"

March 24, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.22 "An Evening with James Benning"

PERSONALITY: James Benning (Norman, Oklahoma)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Grand Opera: An Historical Romance"

April 7, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.23 "An Evening with Jon Jost"

PERSONALITY: Jon Jost (Los Angeles/Berlin)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Chameleon"

April 28, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.24 "Belgium Today: Recent Film and Rediscoveries"

PERSONALITY: Pierre Laroche and Frits Dankert
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Belgium Today: Recent Film and Rediscoveries
PARTICIPANTS: Laurence Kardish, Pierre Laroche, Adrienne Mancia, Frits Dankert
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts; National Endowment for the Humanities
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: 6:00 p.m.: Laurence Kardish introduces Pierre Laroche (Film Selection Committee of the French Community in Belgium) and Adrienne Mancia introduces Frits Dankert (Flemish Community's Film Selection
Committee)

May 1, 1980; 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
80.25 "An Evening with David Gearey"

PERSONALITY: David Gearey (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Two Men," "Gulls Don't Fly on Light," "Stream Rapids Falls," "Three Blue Songs," "Footage," and "Monkey Dream"

May 5, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.26 "An Evening with Howard Guttenplan"

PERSONALITY: Howard Guttenplan (New York)
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Western Diary '75," "European Diary '78," "European Diary '79," and "San Francisco Diary '79"

May 12, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.27 "An Evening with Al Wong (San Francisco)"

PERSONALITY: Al Wong
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Shadow and Chair," "24 Frames Per Second," and "Twin Peaks"

June 6, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.28 "John Cassavetes: Filmmaker and Actor"

PERSONALITY: John Cassavetes
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "John Cassavetes: Filmmaker and Actor"
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Introduction to screening of "Husbands"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

June 20, 1980; 8:30 p.m.
80.29 "An Evening with Celestino Coronado (London, England)"

PERSONALITY: Celestino Coronado
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of Coronado's "Hamlet"

June 27, 1980; 8:30 p.m.
80.30 "An Evening with A. Alexeieff and C. Parker"

PERSONALITY: Alexander Alexeieff and Claire Parker
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Pinscreen animation work from "Night on Bald Mountain" to "Three Moods"

September 15, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.31 "Lillian Gish"

PERSONALITY: Lillian Gish
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Lillian Gish"
PARTICIPANTS: Charles Silver, Jon Gartenberg, Lillian Gish
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Introduction to "The Scarlet Letter" (6:00 p.m.); introduction to "Night of the Hunter" (8:30 p.m.)

September 19, 1980; 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
80.32 "An Evening with Rudy Burckhardt (New York)"

PERSONALITY: Rudy Burckhardt
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Square Times," "Sonatina and Fugue," and "Mobile Homes"

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 6, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.33 "Notorious"

(2 cards for 1 tape)
PERSONALITY: Ingrid Bergman
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ingrid Bergman, Richard E. Oldenburg
SPONSOR: Department of Film
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Special Screening of "Notorious" in honor of Ingrid Bergman
RELATED MATERIAL: MITCHELL, Eric (below)

October 15, 1980
80.33 "An Evening with Eric Mitchell (New York)"

(2 cards for 1 tape)
PERSONALITY: Eric Mitchell
PLACE: Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "Underground U.S.A."
RELATED MATERIAL: BERGMAN, Ingrid (above)

Octover 20, 1980; 6:00 p.m.
80.34 "An Evening with Jean-Pierre Gorin"

PERSONALITY: Jean-Pierre Gorin
SERIES: Cineprobe/What's Happening?
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Poto" and "Cabengo"

October 28, 1980
80.35 "An Evening with Doris Chase"

PERSONALITY: Doris Chase
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Improvisation," "Full Circle," "Dance Four," "Variation Two," "Moon Redefined," "Dance Frame," and "Jazz Dance," ca. 49 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 17, 1980
80.36 "An Evening with Stan Vanderbeek"

PERSONALITY: Stan Vanderbeek
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Demonstration of Steam Screen with "Woody," and screening of "Euclidian Illusions," "Panels for the Walls of the World," "Symmetricks," "Expo," "Mirrored Reason," "Newsreel of Dreams," "Plato's Cave Inn," and "Dreaming"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 24, 1980
80.37 "An Evening with Bobby Roth"

PERSONALITY: Bobby Roth
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Boss's Son," ca. 101 min., followed by a discussion with the filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 8, 1980
80.38 "A Day with Clint Eastwood"

PERSONALITY: Clint Eastwood
PARTICIPANTS: Clint Eastwood, Stephen Harvey, Mary Lea Bandy
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Stephen Harvey introduces "Play Misty for Me," followed by remarks, question-and-answer session with Clint Eastwood (6:00 p.m.); Mary Lea Bandy introduces "Bronco Billy," followed by introductory remarks by Clint Eastwood (8:30 p.m.)
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

December 10, 1980
80.39 "An Evening with George Griffin"

PERSONALITY: George Griffin
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Head," "Step Print," "Viewmaster," "Thumbnail Sketches," "Block Print," "Lineage," and "It's an O.K. Life," ca. 77 min.

December 15, 1980
81.1 "A Tribute to Len Lye (1901-1980)"

PERSONALITY: Len Lye
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Roger Horrocks
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Prepared and introduced by Roger Horrocks of the Len Lye Foundation and Auckland University; screening of "Tuslava," "Colour Box," "Kaleidoscope," "The Birth of the Robot," "Rainbow Dance," "Trade Tattoo," "Colour Flight," "N. or N.W.," and 8 others
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 5, 1981
81.2 "An Evening with Ken Jacobs"

PERSONALITY: Ken Jacobs
SERIES: Cineprobe
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:21:31
SUMMARY: Chapter 3 of "The Impossible: Hell Breaks Loose"; music by Ralph Lundsten, "Nattmara"; film excerpt from "Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son, 1905"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

January 19, 1981
81.3 "An Evening with R. Bruce Elder of Toronto, Canada"

PERSONALITY: R. Bruce Elder
SERIES: Cineprobe
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Art of Worldly Wisdom," and footage from "1857 (Fool's Gold)"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 26, 1981
81.4 "Ralph Bakshi and his new feature American Pop"

PERSONALITY: Ralph Bakshi
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "American Pop," followed by discussion session

February 10, 1981
81.5 "An Evening with Walter Ungerer"

PERSONALITY: Walter Ungerer
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The House Without Steps," ca. 90 min
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

February 23, 1981
81.6 "An Evening with Paul Winkler"

PERSONALITY: Paul Winkler
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Window," "Bondi," "Taylor Square," and "Sidney Beach," ca. 51 min.

March 9, 1981
81.7 "An Evening with Robert Attanasio"

PERSONALITY: Robert Attanasio
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts; Jerome Foundation
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Wall," "Light Source," "A Roll of Film You Will Never See," "Echo, Echo," "Sound Camera Rotation #1, #2, and #3," "Death Beds," and "Liquidation"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 13, 1981
81.8 "An Evening with Stan Brakhage"

PERSONALITY: Stan Brakhage
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts; Jerome Foundation
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "The Roman Numeral Series"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 23, 1981
81.9 "An Evening with Robert Russett"

PERSONALITY: Robert Russett
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts; Jerome Foundation
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Neuron," "Brain Field," "Primary Stimulus," "L'Acadie: An Album of 16mm Ektachrome Sketches," and (new work) "Small Foveal Fields," ca. 34 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

March 30, 1981
81.10 "An Evening with Richard Levine"

PERSONALITY: Richard Levine
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of silent works, "Girl Playing with a Balloon," "In the Eye of the Child," and "He Shadowed in a Glass/That Which Her Body Was," ca. 70 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

April 20, 1981
81.10a "The Willmar 8" and "Possum Living"

PERSONALITY: Mary Beth Yarrow and Nancy Schreiber
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: New Directors/New Films
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Beth Yarrow, Nancy Schreiber
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel

April 24, 1981
81.11 "An Evening with Vincent Grenier"

PERSONALITY: Vincent Grenier
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of silent works, (new work) "Meg," "Closer Outside," "Interieur Interiors (To A.K.)," "World in Focus," and "Architecture," ca. 112 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

May 11, 1981
81.12 "An Evening with Chris Monger"

PERSONALITY: Chris Monger
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Repeater," ca. 78 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

June 22, 1981
81.13 "Satyajit Ray"

PERSONALITY: Satyajit Ray
SERIES: Film India
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Air India; Smithsonian Institution Foreign Currency Program; Asian Cultural Counsel; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:46:21
SUMMARY: Satyajit Ray introduces "The Music Room (Jalsaghar)," ca. 100 min. (June 25); Satyajit Ray answers questions following screening of "Devi (The Goddess)," ca. 93 min. (June 26)

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

June 25 & June 26, 1981
81.14 "Film India: A Retrospective"

PERSONALITY: Dadasaheb Phalke
SERIES: Film India
PARTICIPANTS: Erik Barnouw
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Air India; Smithsonian Institution Foreign Currency Program; Asian Cultural Council; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:16:46
SUMMARY: Erik Barnouw introduces a film by D.G. Phalke

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes and event pamphlet.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

July 27, 1981
81.15 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Frank Osten
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: P.K. Nair
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: P.K. Nair (Curator of Indian National Film Archive) introduces "Shiraz" (ca. 90 min.), a film by Frank Osten

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes and event pamphlet.

July 30, 1981
81.16 "Part III: Contemporary Cinema"

PERSONALITY: Shyam Benegal
SERIES: Film India
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Shyam Benegal
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities; Air India; Smithsonian Institution Foreign Currency Program; Asian Cultural Council; Indo-U.S. Subcommission on Education and Culture
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:03:30
SUMMARY: Shyam Benegal introduces his film "Manthan (The Churning)," ca. 134 min.

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

September 19, 1981
81.17 "An Evening with Marcel Hanoun"

PERSONALITY: Marcel Hanoun
SERIES: Cineprobe
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "La Nuit Claire," ca. 88 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 19, 1981
81.18 "An Evening with Robert Gardner"

PERSONALITY: Robert Gardner
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; New York State Council on the Arts; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Clarence and Angel," ca. 72 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

October 26, 1981
81.19 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Yves Allegret
SERIES: Rediscovering French Film, Part One: 1930-1960
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Mary Lea Bandy; Yves Allegret
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:08:13
SUMMARY: Mary Lea Bandy introduces Yves Allegret, who introduces his film "Maneges"
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. This recording does not contain the described content.

November 7, 1981
81.20 "Symposium: "French Film during the 1930s"

(#1 of 2)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Rediscovering French Film, Part One: 1930-1960
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Stephen Harvey; Participants: Dudley Andrew, Michel Ciment, William K. Everson, Roger Greenspun, and Michel Perez
SPONSOR: Thomson-CSF; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: tape 81.21 for continuation, 81.22

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for event pamphlet.

November 7, 1981
81.21 "Symposium: "French Film during the 1930s"

(#2 of 2)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Rediscovering French Film, Part One: 1930-1960
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Stephen Harvey; Participants: Dudley Andrew, Michel Ciment, William K. Everson, Roger Greenspun, and Michel Perez
SPONSOR: Thomson-CSF; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: tape 81.20 for beginning, 81.22

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 81.20 for event pamphlet.

November 7, 1981
81.22a "'Rediscovering French Film' Gala Evening"

PERSONALITY: Mary Lea Bandy and Richard Oldenburg
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "Rediscovering French Film"
DATA: 7" reel; 7 1/2 ips; TRT: 00:07:43
RELATED MATERIAL: Tapes 81.19, 81.20, 81.21, 81.22 (Subgroup A)
DONOR: Film Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 29, 1993

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2010 through a generous grant from The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. This recording does not contain the described content.

April 4, 1981
81.22b "Symposium: "French Film Under the Occupation"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Auditorium, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Rediscovering French Film, Part One: 1930-1960
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Stephen Harvey; Participants: Charles Affron, Dudley Andrew, Michel Ciment, Michel Perez, Andrew Sarris, and Elliot Stein
SPONSOR: Thomson-CSF; National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: tapes 81.20, 81.21

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 81.20 for event pamphlet.

November 9, 1981
81.23 "An Evening with Liz White"

PERSONALITY: Liz White
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Introduction to "Othello," followed by discussion session, 3/4 into tape
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 16, 1981
81.24 "An Evening with Anne Rees-Mogg"

PERSONALITY: Anne Rees-Mogg
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Transmogrification," "Real Time," and "Living Memory," ca. 76 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 23, 1981
81.25 "An Evening with Bette Gordon"

PERSONALITY: Bette Gordon
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Empty Suitcases," ca. 55 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 7, 1981
81.26 "An Evening with Mikhal Bogin"

PERSONALITY: Mikhal Bogin
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Jerome Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Cvoye (aka A Ballad of Love aka Two People aka Two)" and "A Private Life," ca. 70 min.
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

December 14, 1981
82.1 "Sidney Lumet: Filmed in New York"

PERSONALITY: Sidney Lumet
PARTICIPANTS: Sidney Lumet, Mary Lea Bandy, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd, and Commissioner George G. Dempster
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Lumet answers questions after screening of "Bye Bye Braverman" and prior to screening of "Prince of the City"; Mary Lea Bandy, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd, and Commissioner George G. Dempster award filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

January 4, 1982
83.1 "Visconti's Ludwig"

PERSONALITY: Luchino Visconti
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Adrienne Mancia, Renato Pachetti, Gian Paolo Cresci (translator: Amy Werba), Suso Cecchi d'Amico
DATA: 7" reel; 7 1/2 ips
SUMMARY: NOTE: recorded from Howard Feinstein, July, 1985

November 2, 1983
83.2 "A Salute to Richard Lester"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Film Department
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund, the National Endowments for the Arts.
DATA: 7" reel; 7 1/2 ips
DONOR: Film Department
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 29, 1993

June 14, 1983
84.1 "An Evening with John Canemaker"

PERSONALITY: John Canemaker
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Music Music Music," "Confessions of a Stardreamer," "DNA Concerto," "The World According to Garp," "The Wizard's Son," "Bottom's Dream," and "What Do Children Think When They Think of the Bomb," ca. 60 min., with the filmmaker present

November 5, 1984
84.2 "Films by Gordon Ball"

PERSONALITY: Gordon Ball
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Georgia," "Prothalamion," "Father Movie," "Enthusiasm," "Mexican Jail Footage," "Millbrook,"ca. 59 min., with the filmmaker present
RELATED MATERIAL: Program notes in box lid

November 26, 1984
84.3 "Morris Engel and Ruth Orkin"

PERSONALITY: Morris Engel and Ruth Orkin
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:35:28
SUMMARY: Screening of "Lovers and Lollipops" and "Little Fugitive," ca. 160 min., with the filmmakers present

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

November 30, 1984
84.4 "An Evening with Hunter Yoder"

PERSONALITY: Hunter Yoder
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Miners Blows," "Real Reel," and "Oscillostates," ca. 62 min., with the filmmaker present

December 3, 1984
85.1 "An Evening with Gunvor Nelson"

PERSONALITY: Gunvor Nelson
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
DATA: 7" reel; TRT: 00:15:28
SUMMARY: Screening of "Frame Line" and "Red Shift," ca. 72 min., with the filmmaker present

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist. The last 13 minutes of this recording are very quiet. Please see Supplemental Materials for program notes.

January 14, 1985
85.2 "An Evening with Barbara Hammer"

PERSONALITY: Barbara Hammer
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Slow Moves," ca. 93 min., with the filmmaker present

January 28, 1985
85.2a "An Evening with Roberta Cantow"

PERSONALITY: Roberta Cantow
PLACE: Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
PARTICIPANTS: Roberta Cantow
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Autostop," 1972, "Clotheslines," 1982, and "If This Ain't Heaven," 1984, ca. 75 min.; filmmaker present

February 11, 1985; 6:30 p.m.
85.2b "British Film, Part Two: Traditions"

PERSONALITY: Colin Sorenson
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: British Film
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Clyde Jeavons (Deputy Curator of the National Film Archive); Colin Sorenson (Keeper of the Modern Department of the Museum of London)
SPONSOR: Pearson; Goldcrest Films and Television; Thorn-EMI; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts; the British Council, London; The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund
DATA: 2 7" reels
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 85.2b - beginning
Tape 85.2c - continuation

March 18, 1985
85.2c "British Film, Part Two: Traditions"

PERSONALITY: Colin Sorenson
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: British Film
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Clyde Jeavons (Deputy Curator of the National Film Archive); Colin Sorenson (Keeper of the Modern Department of the Museum of London)
SPONSOR: Pearson; Goldcrest Films and Television; Thorn-EMI; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts; the British Council, London; The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund
DATA: 2 7" reels
RELATED MATERIAL: Tape 85.2b - beginning
Tape 85.2b - beginning

March 18, 1985
85.3 "An Evening with Jacob Burckhardt"

PERSONALITY: Jacob Burckhardt
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "It Don't Pay to be an Honest Citizen," ca. 85 min., with the filmmaker present

March 25, 1985
85.4 "An Evening in Tribute to Hollis Frampton"

PERSONALITY: Hollis Frampton
PLACE: Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Annette Michelson, Noel Carroll, Christopher Phillips, Yvonne Rainer, P. Adams Sitney
SPONSOR: Department of Film; Associate Council
DATA: 7" reel; 3 3/4 ips
SUMMARY: Screening of "nostalgia" and "GLORIA!"; performance of Hollis Frampton's text "A Lecture" by Yvonne Rainer

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 18, 1985
85.5 "An Evening with Mark Rance"

PERSONALITY: Mark Rance
SERIES: Cineprobe
SPONSOR: The Roy and Niuta Titus Fund; National Endowment for the Arts; New York State Council on the Arts
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Death and the Singing Telegram," ca. 110 min., with the filmmaker present

May 13, 1985
85.6 "An Evening with Billy Woodberry"

PERSONALITY: Billy Woodberry
PLACE: Titus 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Cineprobe
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Screening of "Bless Their Little Hearts"

May 21, 1985
87.00, 87.00D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Sidney Janis
DATA: 3" reel
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 16

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2001 through a generous grant from the New York State Education Department and Library. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

NOTE: Transferred to Library from Mikki Carpenter, 1987

n.d.
88.1, 88.1D "Contemporary Art in Context"

PERSONALITY: Ken Feingold
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Permanent Collection Galleries
SERIES: "Contemporary Art in Context" lecture series
PARTICIPANTS: Ken Feingold, artist
EXHIBITION: Contemporary Art in Context [MoMA Exh. #1478, February 29-March 6, 1988]
DATA: Two standard 90-minute cassette
SUMMARY: Ken Feingold speaking on the work of Giorgio De Chirico and Marcel Duchamp
DONOR: Video Program
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 11, 2001

March 1, 1988
88.2 "A Memorial Tribute"

PERSONALITY: Victor D'Amico
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Eliza Parkinson Cobb, David Rockefeller, Jr., Arlette Buchman, Betty Blayton Taylor, Philip Yenawine
DATA: Standard Audio Cassette

May 9, 1988; 10:30 a.m.
88.11a "Poetry 14"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Cafe
SERIES: CAC Poetry series held each November in the Garden Cafe
PARTICIPANTS: Michael McClure, Shu Tin, Gong Lu, Bei Dao, Gary Snyder, Allen Ginsberg
SPONSOR: Lita Hornick. Presented by the Contemporary Arts Council
DATA: 1 of 2 90-minute audio cassettes a: Sides I and III b: Sides II and IV
SUMMARY: Annual poetry reading

Nov. 16, 1988
88.11b "Poetry 14"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Cafe
SERIES: CAC Poetry series held each November in the Garden Cafe
PARTICIPANTS: Michael McClure, Shu Tin, Gong Lu, Bei Dao, Gary Snyder, Allen Ginsberg
SPONSOR: Lita Hornick. Presented by the Contemporary Arts Council
DATA: 2 of 2 90-minute audio cassettes a: Sides I and III b: Sides II and IV
SUMMARY: Annual poetry reading

Nov. 16, 1988
89.11 "Contemporary Art in Context: Artists' Talks in the Galleries"

PERSONALITY: Tina Barney, photographer
PLACE: Painting and Sculpture galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Contemporary artists choose a work (or room) in The Museum of Modern Art to discuss in terms of their own work, experience, aesthetic, philosophy, etc.
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction by Pam Heller, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Tina Barney speaking on Eduard Vuillard's Mother and Sister of the Artist, 1893

November 16, 1989
90.1, 90.1D "Scott Burton (1939-1989): A Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe; Robert Rosenblum; Elizabeth C. Baker; Charles F. Stuckey
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 17, produced at request of the Archives of American Art
DONOR: Department of Painting and Sculpture
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 12, 1994

March 28, 1990
91.1a "Dislocations"

PERSONALITY: Robert Storr
PLACE: Garden Café, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Dislocations
PARTICIPANTS: Chris Burden
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
EXHIBITION: Dislocations [MoMA Exh. #1598, October 19, 1991-January 7, 1992]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

October 22, 1991
91.1b "Dislocations"

PERSONALITY: Robert Storr
PLACE: Garden Café, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Dislocations
PARTICIPANTS: Chris Burden
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council
EXHIBITION: Dislocations [MoMA Exh. #1598, October 19, 1991-January 7, 1992]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

October 22, 1991
92.1 " The William S. Paley Collection exhibition Opening Dinner"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Agnes Gund, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Hilary Califano, William S. Paley, Jr.
EXHIBITION: The William S. Paley Collection [MoMA Exh. #1614, January 30-April 7, 1992]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.33
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 23, 1992

January 29, 1992
92.2, 92.2D "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective" [Green Tour]

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Kathryn Walker, with John Elderfield
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1; Please see Transcripts, Folder 18
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

September 12, 1992
92.3, 92.3D "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective" [Black Tour]

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Kathryn Walker, with John Elderfield
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1. Please see Transcripts, Folder 19
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

September 12, 1992
92.4, 92.4D "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Kathryn Walker, with John Elderfield
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: French version
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1; Please see Transcripts, Folder 20
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

September 12, 1992
92.5, 92.5D "Henri Matisse: A Retrospective"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Kathryn Walker, with John Elderfield
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Spanish version
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1; Please see Transcripts, Folder 21
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

September 12, 1992
92.6 " Henri Matisse: A Retrospective Opening Dinner"

PLACE: The University Club, New York
PARTICIPANTS: Speakers: David Rockefeller; Michael Miles, Chairman & CEO Philip Morris Co., Inc.; Dick Oldenburg, Agnes Gund, John Elderfield
SPONSORS: Philip Morris Co., The Museum of Modern Art International Council, NEA
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: One 90-minute audio cassette. Running time approximately 20 minutes.
SUMMARY: Thanks given to lenders and sponsors of the exhibition: members of the Matisse family, staff of the Hermitage, Pushkin, and Centre Pompidou; Alice Whelihan, Indemnity Administrator, Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities; Patty Birch, Mrs. Derald Ruttenberg, etc., followed by brief remarks by John Elderfield, Curator of the exhibition.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 4, 1993

September 16, 1992
92.7, 92.7D "Matisse: A Kind of Paradise"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

October 29, 1992
92.8, 92.8D "Matisse and the Cinematic Moment, 1914-1925"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Catherine Bock-Weiss
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

November 5, 1992
92.9, 92.9D "Matisse's Sculpture - The Heroic Perception"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: William Tucker
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.10, 92.10D, 93.1
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

November 12, 1992
92.10, 92.10D "Matisse's Late Works"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Jack Flam
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective - Four Public Lectures
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 93.1
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

November 19, 1992
93.1, 93.1D "Au Revoir Matisse" Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, David Rockefeller, Richard E. Oldenburg, John Elderfield
EXHIBITION: Henri Matisse: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1633, September 24, 1992-January 1993, 1993]
DATA: Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.2, 92.2D, 92.3, 92.3D, 92.4, 92.4D, 92.5, 92.5D, 92.6, 92.7, 92.7D, 92.8, 92.8D, 92.9, 92.9D, 92.10
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 16, 1993

January 10, 1993
93.2a "Max Ernst: Dada & Surrealism Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: William Camfield, Elizabeth Legge, Ludger Derenthal, Dawn Ades, M.E. Warlick, David Hopkins
SPONSOR: The Menil Collection, Houston; The International Council; Richard S. Zeisler
EXHIBITION: Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #1646, March 14-May 2, 1993]
DATA: 3 Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Two-day symposium
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 26-27, 1993
93.2b "Max Ernst: Dada & Surrealism Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: William Camfield, Elizabeth Legge, Ludger Derenthal, Dawn Ades, M.E. Warlick, David Hopkins
SPONSOR: The Menil Collection, Houston; The International Council; Richard S. Zeisler
EXHIBITION: Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #1646, March 14-May 2, 1993]
DATA: 3 Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Two-day symposium
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 26-27, 1993
93.2c "Max Ernst: Dada & Surrealism Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: William Camfield, Elizabeth Legge, Ludger Derenthal, Dawn Ades, M.E. Warlick, David Hopkins
SPONSOR: The Menil Collection, Houston; The International Council; Richard S. Zeisler
EXHIBITION: Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #1646, March 14-May 2, 1993]
DATA: 3 Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Two-day symposium
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 26-27, 1993
93.2d "Max Ernst: Dada & Surrealism Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: William Camfield, Elizabeth Legge, Ludger Derenthal, Dawn Ades, M.E. Warlick, David Hopkins
SPONSOR: The Menil Collection, Houston; The International Council; Richard S. Zeisler
EXHIBITION: Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #1646, March 14-May 2, 1993]
DATA: 3 Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Two-day symposium
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 26-27, 1993
93.2e "Max Ernst: Dada & Surrealism Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: William Camfield, Elizabeth Legge, Ludger Derenthal, Dawn Ades, M.E. Warlick, David Hopkins
SPONSOR: The Menil Collection, Houston; The International Council; Richard S. Zeisler
EXHIBITION: Max Ernst: Dada and the Dawn of Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #1646, March 14-May 2, 1993]
DATA: 3 Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Two-day symposium
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 26-27, 1993
93.3, 93.3D "Thresholds/Santiago Calatrava: Structure and Expression"

PERSONALITY: Santiago Calatrava
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Santiago Calatrava: Structure and Expression [MoMA Exh. #1648, March 25-May 18, 1993]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

April 27, 1993
93.4, 93.4D "The Look of Postmodernism"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Poverties of Postmodernism SPONSOR: Mrs. Victor W. Ganz
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Slade lecture series given at Oxford University, Fall 1992
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.5, 93.5D, 93.6, 93.6D, 93.8, 93.8D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

NOTE: The side marked A is actually side B.

May 5, 1993
93.5, 93.5D "The Ideas of Postmodernism"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Poverties of Postmodernism SPONSOR: Mrs. Victor W. Ganz
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Slade lecture series given at Oxford University, Fall 1992
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.4, 93.4D, 93.6, 93.6D, 93.8, 93.8D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

May 12, 1993
93.6, 93.6D "The Politics of Postmodernism"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Poverties of Postmodernism SPONSOR: Mrs. Victor W. Ganz
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Slade lecture series given at Oxford University, Fall 1992
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.4, 93.4D, 93.5, 93.5D, 93.8, 93.8D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

May 19, 1993
93.7 "Luncheon in Honor of Life Trustees"

PLACE: Trustee Room (6th floor), The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, Richard E. Oldenburg, William S. Rubin, Philip Johnson
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 4, 1993

May 19, 1993
93.8, 93.8D "Alternatives to Postmodern Despair"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Poverties of Postmodernism SPONSOR: Mrs. Victor W. Ganz
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Slade lecture series given at Oxford University, Fall 1992
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.4, 93.4D, 93.5, 93.5D, 93.6
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

May 26, 1993
93.9, 93.9D "Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Edward Sullivan
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: English version
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.13a, 93.13b, 93.13aD, 93.13bD, 93.15a, 93.15b; see Transcripts, Folder 22
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

May 30, 1993
93.10, 93.10D "Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Edward Sullivan
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: French version
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.13a, 93.13b, 93.13aD, 93.13bD, 93.15a, 93.15b; Please see Transcripts, Folder 23
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

May 30, 1993
93.11, 93.11D "Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Edward Sullivan
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Spanish version
MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.13a, 93.13b, 93.13aD, 93.13bD, 93.15a, 93.15b; Please see Transcripts, Folder 24
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

May 30, 1993
93.11b, 93.11bD "Party in the Garden"

PLACE: Garden
SERIES: Annual Spring Benefit
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Party in Garden
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.32, 95.21
DONOR: Special Events

June 3, 1993
93.12a "Many Americas"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Robert Storr
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century - Three Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS:Guy Brett, art critic; Rina Carvagal, curator; Paolo Herkenhoff, critic; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Americas Society
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Four Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Panelists discuss the idea of plurality in Latin American Art and to reassess the definition and the reach of Latin American Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.13a, 93.13b, 93.13aD, 93.13bD, 93.15a, 93.15b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

July 13, 1993
93.12b "Many Americas"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Robert Storr
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century - Three Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Guy Brett, art critic; Rina Carvagal, curator; Paolo Herkenhoff, critic; Robert Storr, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Americas Society
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Four Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Panelists discuss the idea of plurality in Latin American Art and to reassess the definition and the reach of Latin American Art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.13a, 93.13b, 93.13aD, 93.13bD, 93.15a, 93.15b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

July 13, 1993
93.13a, 93.13aD "Women's Movements in the Arts: A Dialogue"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Julia P. Herzberg
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century - Three Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Ana Mae Barbosa, Jean Franco, Amalia Mesa-Baines
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Four Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.15a, 93.15b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

July 20, 1993
93.13b, 93.13bD "Women's Movements in the Arts: A Dialogue"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Julia P. Herzberg
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century - Three Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Ana Mae Barbosa, Jean Franco, Amalia Mesa-Baines
EXHIBITION: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #1654, June 2-September 7, 1993]
DATA: Four Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.15a, 93.15b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

July 20, 1993
93.14, 93.14D "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Robert Storr, Robert Ryman
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 25; 93.23, 93.23D, 93.26a, 93.26b and 93.26aD, 93.26bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

August 8, 1993
93.15a, 93.15D "Criticism: State of the Art in Latin America"

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Mari Carment Ramirez
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century - Three Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Luis Camnitzer, Thomas McEvilley, Gerardo Mosquera
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.13
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

August 24, 1993
93.15b, 95.15D "Criticism: State of the Art in Latin America"

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Mari Carment Ramirez
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Latin American Artists of the Twentieth Century - Three Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Luis Camnitzer, Thomas McEvilley, Gerardo Mosquera
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes; Duplicate is Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.9, 93.9D, 93.10, 93.10D, 93.11, 93.11D, 93.12a, 93.12b, 93.13
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

August 24, 1993
93.16, 93.16D "Blanchette H. Rockefeller (1901-1992): A Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, David Rockefeller, Philip Johnson, Edward Kresky on behalf of Kitty Carlisle Hart, John Szarkowski, Agnes Gund
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 1993; duplicate transferred September 13, 1996

September 8, 1993
93.17, 93.17D "Joan Miró"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Carolyn Lanchner, Juan Punyet Mir, Gonzalo Madurga, Kathryn Walker
SPONSOR: Argentaria, Corporacin Bancaria de España, with support from the Autonomous Government of Catalonia
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #166, October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: English version
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.18. 93.19, 93.19D, 93.20, 93.20D, 93.24, 93.24D, 93.25, 93.25D, 93.27, 93.27D; Please see Transcripts, Folder 26
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

October 11, 1993
93.18, 93.18D "Joan Miró"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Carolyn Lanchner, Juan Punyet Mir, Gonzalo Madurga, Kathryn Walker
SPONSOR: Argentaria, Corporacin Bancaria de España, with support from the Autonomous Government of Catalonia
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #166, October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: French version
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.17, 93.17D, 93.19, 93.19D, 93.20, 93.20D, 93.24, 93.24D, 93.25, 93.25D, 93.27, 93.27D; Please see Transcripts, Folder 27
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

October 11, 1993
93.19, 93.19D "Joan Miró"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Carolyn Lanchner, Juan Punyet Mir, Gonzalo Madurga, Kathryn Walker
SPONSOR: Argentaria, Corporacin Bancaria de España, with support from the Autonomous Government of Catalonia
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #166, October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Spanish version
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.17, 93.17D, 93.18, 93.18D, 93.20, 93.20D, 93.24, 93.24D, 93.25, 93.25D, 93.27, 93.27D; Please see Transcripts, Folder 28
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 9, 1994

October 11, 1993
93.20, 93.20D "A Reflection on Joan Miró's Space"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Margit Rowell
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Joan Miró - Four Public Lectures
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #166, October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.17, 93.17D, 93.18, 93.18D, 93.19, 93.19D, 93.24, 93.24D, 93.25, 93.25D, 93.27, 93.27D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

October 19, 1993
93.21 "Walk-through of the reinstallation of the Painting and Sculpture Galleries"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: second and third floor galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Education
EXHIBITION: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Painting and Sculpture [July 1, 1993 - ongoing]
DATA: Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

October 20, 1993
93.22, 93.22D "Dreams, Design & Disaster: Neutra's 'Windshield' 1936-38"

PERSONALITY: J. Carter Brown
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Department of Architecture and Design and The American Academy in Rome
DATA: Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

November 2, 1993
93.23, 93.23D "Painting After Progress: The Painter's Predicament"

(#1 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Robert Ryman
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Robert Ryman - Two Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Stephen Ellis, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Marcia Hafif
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 29; 93.14, 93.26a, 93.26b and 93.26aD, 93.26bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

November 4, 1993
93.24, 93.24D "Painting and Politics: Joan Miró's Still Life with Old Shoe"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Robert Lubar
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Joan Miró - Four Public Lectures
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #166, October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.17, 93.17D, 93.18, 93.18D, 93.19, 93.19D, 93.20, 93.20D, 93.25, 93.25D, 93.27, 93.27D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

November 23, 1993
93.25, 93.25D "A Quiet Revolution: Joan Miró and Collage in the late 1920's"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Anne Umland
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Joan Miró - Four Public Lectures
EXHIBITION: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #166, October 13, 1993-January 11, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.17, 93.17D, 93.18, 93.18D, 93.19, 93.19D, 93.20, 93.20D, 93.24, 93.24D, 93.27, 93.27D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

December 7, 1993
93.26a, 93.26aD "Abstract Painting: End or Beginning?"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Robert Ryman
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Robert Ryman Two Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Arthur C. Danto, Linda Norden, Peter Schjeldahl, Naomi Spector
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Four Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 30; 93.14, 93.23
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

December 9, 1993
93.26b, 93.26bD "Abstract Painting: End or Beginning?"

(#2 of 2)
PERSONALITY: Robert Ryman
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Robert Ryman Two Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Arthur C. Danto, Linda Norden, Peter Schjeldahl, Naomi Spector
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Four Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 30; 93.14, 93.23
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

December 9, 1993
93.27, 93.27D "This Is the Color of My Dreams"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Rosalind Krauss
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Joan Miró - Four Public Lectures
EXHIBITION: Robert Ryman [MoMA Exh. #1663, September 26, 1993-January 4, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.17, 93.17D, 93.18, 93.18D, 93.19, 93.19D, 93.20, 93.20D, 93.24, 93.24D, 93.25
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

December 14, 1993
94.1, 94.1D "Roy DeCarava"

PERSONALITY: Roy DeCarava
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Akosua Barthwell Evans, Chairman, The Friends of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Galassi, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.34, MoMA Magazine Spring 1996
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

January 28, 1994
94.2, 94.2D "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Eric Lloyd Wright; Terence Riley, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Philip Johnson, architect, and Gwendolyn Wright
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: English version
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d; Please see Transcripts, Folder 31
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 16, 1994

February 14, 1994
94.3, 94.3D "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Eric Lloyd Wright; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Philip Johnson and Gwendolyn Wright
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: French version
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide ), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 4.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d; Please see Transcripts, Folder 32
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 16, 1994

94.4, 94.4D "Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Eric Lloyd Wright; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Philip Johnson, architect and Gwendolyn Wright
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Spanish version
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d, Please see Transcripts, Folder 33
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 16, 1994

94.5, 94.5D "Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibition Opening Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund; Gerald Wolf (Andersen Windows), Richard Carney (Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation), Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, Duplicate is 1 90 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Director's Office; Duplicate transferred by Department of Special Events.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996, Duplicate arrived in July 2004

February 16, 1994
94.6 "Frank Lloyd Wright and Modern Architecture: Love-Hate Relationship in Need of Analysis"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Philip Johnson, architect; Neil Levine
SPONSOR: The Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

February 18, 1994
94.7 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Allan Kaprow
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Allan Kaprow
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 110

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2011 by the Department of Education of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 18, 1994
94.8, 94.8D "'Frank Lloyd Wright' Public Service Anouncement"

EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette and one 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Public Service Announcement
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Public Information

February 24, 1994
94.9 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Jeanne Moreau
PLACE: New York and Co. Public Radio
PARTICIPANTS: Jeanne Moreau
EXHIBITION: Film series Jeanne Moreau: Nouvelle Vague and Beyond (February 25 - March 18, 1994 )
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Interview with Jeanne Moreau

February 24, 1994
94.10 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Sam Gilliam
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Sam Gilliam
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

February 25, 1994
94.11a, 94.11aD "Thomas Jefferson, Frank Lloyd Wright and the American Landscape"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Vincent Scully
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect - Four Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Vincent Scully
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 1, 1994
94.11b, 94.11bD "Thomas Jefferson, Frank Lloyd Wright and the American Landscape"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Vincent Scully
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect - Four Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Vincent Scully
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 1, 1994
94.12 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Martin Wong
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 4, 1994
94.13, 94.13D "Frank Lloyd Wright's Transcendalist Iconography"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Narciso G. Menocal
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect - Four Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Narcisco G. Menocal
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 90 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d.
DONOR: Department of Education; Duplicate was removed from Architecture and Design's Departmental Files.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 7, 1994
94.14, 94.14D "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Power of Absorbtion"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect - Four Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 90-Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version), 94.3, 94.3D (French version), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Department of Education; Duplicate was removed from Architecture and Design's Departmental Files.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 8, 1994
94.15 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Chuck Hoberman
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Chuck Hoberman
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 11, 1994
94.16, 94.16D "The Search for Frank Lloyd Wright: Biography versus Autobiography"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Thomas Hines
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect - Four Public Lectures
PARTICIPANTS: Thomas Hines
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (February 16 - May 10, 1994) MoMA Exh. #1673
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

March 15, 1994
94.17 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Kerry Marshall
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist followed by reception
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 18, 1994
94.18 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Maren Hassinger
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Maren Hassinger
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 25, 1994
94.19 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Mark Tansey
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Mark Tansey
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

April 1, 1994
94.20 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Maureen Conner
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Maureen Conner
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

April 15, 1994
94.21 "Tenth Anniversary Celebration, The Edward John Noble Education Center Education Aide Volunteer Program"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2 and the Garden Hall, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Jr.; Agnes Gund; June Noble Larkin
SPONSOR: Department of Education
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

April 20, 1994
94.22 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Armando Rascon
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Armondo Rascon
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

April 22, 1994
94.23a "'Frank Lloyd Wright: Beyond Conventional' - A Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Anthony Alofsin; Sid Richardson; Margo Stipe; Nina Nedeljkov; Maristella Casciato; Andrew Saint; Jean-Louis Cohen; Bruno Zevi; David G. De Long; Curtis Besinger; Neil Levine; Jonathan Lipman; Leonard Eaton; William Allin Storrer; John Michael Desmond; Kathryn Smith
SPONSOR: Society of Architectural Historians
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

April 27, 1994
94.23b "'Frank Lloyd Wright: Beyond Conventional Boundaries' - A Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Anthony Alofsin; Sid Richardson; Margo Stipe; Nina Nedeljkov; Maristella Casciato; Andrew Saint; Jean-Louis Cohen; Bruno Zevi; David G. De Long; Curtis Besinger; Neil Levine; Jonathan Lipman; Leonard Eaton; William Allin Storrer; John Michael Desmond; Kathryn Smith
SPONSOR: Society of Architectural Historians
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

April 27, 1994
94.23c "'Frank Lloyd Wright: Beyond Conventional Boundaries' - A Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Anthony Alofsin; Sid Richardson; Margo Stipe; Nina Nedeljkov; Maristella Casciato; Andrew Saint; Jean-Louis Cohen; Bruno Zevi; David G. De Long; Curtis Besinger; Neil Levine; Jonathan Lipman; Leonard Eaton; William Allin Storrer; John Michael Desmond; Kathryn Smith
SPONSOR: Society of Architectural Historians
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

April 27, 1994
94.23d "'Frank Lloyd Wright: Beyond Conventional Boundaries' - A Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Anthony Alofsin; Sid Richardson; Margo Stipe; Nina Nedeljkov; Maristella Casciato; Andrew Saint; Jean-Louis Cohen; Bruno Zevi; David G. De Long; Curtis Besinger; Neil Levine; Jonathan Lipman; Leonard Eaton; William Allin Storrer; John Michael Desmond; Kathryn Smith
SPONSOR: Society of Architectural Historians
EXHIBITION: Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect [MoMA Exh. #1673, February 16-May 10, 1994]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.13, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 20, 1994

April 27, 1994
94.24 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Rona Pondick
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Rona Pondick
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

May 6, 1994
94.25, 94.25D "Dinner in Honor of Kitty Carlisle Hart"

PERSONALITY: Kitty Carlisle Hart
PLACE: Sette MoMA, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund; Christopher Mason (in song); Peter Duchin
DATA: Two 100-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Duplicate transferred September 13, 1996

May 11, 1994
94.26, 94.26D "John Rewald (1912 - 1994): A Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Francis Nauman; Sabine Rewald, Curator of 20th Century Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Eugene V. Thaw
DATA: One 90-minute; Duplicate is one 100-minute Standard Audio Cassette.
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 13, 1994

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials for memorial pamphlet.

May 12, 1994
94.27 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Jack Whitten
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Jack Whitten
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1994

May 13, 1994
94.28a "From Alternative to Mainstream: The Artist Book at the End of the Century"

PERSONALITY: Moderator: Nancy Princenthal, artist and columnist for Print Collector's Newsletter
PLACE: The Garden Cafe, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Clive Phillpot, Director, The Museum of Modern Art Library; Martha Wilson, Founding Director, The Franklin Furnace and performance artist; Lawrence Weiner, artist; Adrian Piper, artist and Professor of Philosophy at Wellesley College; Robert Stein, President and co-Founder of The Voyager Company (interactive media including CD-ROM and laserdisc)
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council in conjunction with The Museum Library
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Panel discussion on the evolution of the artists book and its current role and form; celebrating MoMA's acquistion of the Franklin Furnace Archive
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 24, 1994

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

Wednesday, May 18, 1994
94.28b "From Alternative to Mainstream: The Artist Book at the End of the Century"

PERSONALITY: Moderator: Nancy Princenthal, artist and columnist for Print Collector's Newsletter
PLACE: The Garden Cafe, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Clive Phillpot, Director, The Museum of Modern Art Library; Martha Wilson, Founding Director, The Franklin Furnace and performance artist; Lawrence Weiner, artist; Adrian Piper, artist and Professor of Philosophy at Wellesley College; Robert Stein, President and co-Founder of The Voyager Company (interactive media including CD-ROM and laserdisc)
SPONSOR: The Contemporary Arts Council in conjunction with The Museum Library
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Panel discussion on the evolution of the artists book and its current role and form; celebrating MoMA's acquistion of the Franklin Furnace Archive
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 24, 1994

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Fall 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

Wednesday, May 18, 1994
94.29a "Crossing the Two-Dimensional Barrier: How to Make Museums Accessible to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons"

(#1 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, MoMa
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Morgan, Acting Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Scott Nelson; Jessica Davis; Dr. John M. Kennedy; Dr. Paul Gabias; Abigail Housen
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Art Education for the Blind, Inc.
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: First part of a 3-day symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.30a, 94.30b, 94.31a, 94.31b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

May 31, 1994
94.29b "Crossing the Two-Dimensional Barrier: How to Make Museums Accessible to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons"

(#1 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, MoMa
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Morgan, Acting Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Scott Nelson; Jessica Davis; Dr. John M. Kennedy; Dr. Paul Gabias; Abigail Housen
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Art Education for the Blind, Inc.
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: First part of a 3-day symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.30a, 94.30b, 94.31a, 94.31b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

May 31, 1994
94.30a "Crossing the Two-Dimensional Barrier: How to Make Museums Accessible to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons"

(#2 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Francesca Rosenberg; Sarah Stephenson; Teresa Kardoulias; Karin Kearney DeSantis
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Art Education for the Blind, Inc.
DATA: 1 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Second part of a 3-day symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.29a, 94.29b, 94.31a, 94.31b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

June 1, 1994
94.30b "Crossing the Two-Dimensional Barrier: How to Make Museums Accessible to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons"

(#2 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Francesca Rosenberg; Sarah Stephenson; Teresa Kardoulias; Karin Kearney DeSantis
SPONSOR: Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Art Education for the Blind, Inc.
DATA: 2 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Second part of a 3-day symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.29a, 94.29b, 94.31a, 94.31b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

June 1, 1994
94.31a "Crossing the Two-Dimensional Barrier: How to Make Museums Accessible to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons"

(#3 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Pearl Rosen; Rebecca McGinnis; Yvonne Eriksson; Patrick Daniels; Elisa Hansen; Dr. Paula Gerso;, Lou Giansante
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Art Education for the Blind, Inc.
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Third part of a 3-day symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.29a, 94.29b, 94.30a, 94.30b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

June 2, 1994
94.31b "Crossing the Two-Dimensional Barrier: How to Make Museums Accessible to Blind and Visually-Impaired Persons"

(#3 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Pearl Rosen; Rebecca McGinnis; Yvonne Eriksson; Patrick Daniels; Elisa Hansen; Dr. Paula Gerso;, Lou Giansante
SPONSOR: Department of Education; Art Education for the Blind, Inc.
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Third part of a 3-day symposium
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.29a, 94.29b, 94.30a, 94.30b
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 5, 1994

June 2, 1994
94.32 "Party in the Garden Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
SERIES: Annual spring benefit
PARTICIPANTS: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 15 minutes
SUMMARY: Director Richard Oldenburg introduces Chairman Agnes Gund, who thanks members of the Benefit Committee and participants and introduces David Rockefeller.
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.21, 93.11b
DONOR: Jim Toth, Audio Department, The Museum of Modern Art

June 8, 1994
94.33 "Sense and Sensibility: Women Artists and Minimalism in the Nineties"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Lynn Zevelansky, Curator of the exhibition and Curatorial Assistant, Dept of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Rachel Lachowicz, artist; Kay Larson, critic, NewYork Magazine
EXHIBITION: Sense & Sensibility: Women Artists and Minimalism in the 90s [MoMA Exh. #1682, June 15-September 11, 1994]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Panel discussion
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

June 20, 1994
94.34 "Cy Twombly: A Retrospective Opening Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
SPONSOR: Lily Auchincloss; Lufthansa
EXHIBITION: Cy Twombly: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1692, September 21, 1994-January 10, 1995]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.35, 94.35D, 94.37, 94.37D, 94.41, 94.41D, 2006.19
DONOR: Jim Toth, Audio Department, The Museum of Modern Art

September 21, 1994
94.35, 94.35D "Cy Twombly: An Artist's Artist"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Francesco Clemente, artist; Brice Marden, artist; Richard Serra, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator of the exhibition and Curator, Department Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, in memory of Thomas Ammann
EXHIBITION: Cy Twombly: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1692, September 21, 1994-January 10, 1995]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 65 minutes
SUMMARY: Artist panel moderated by Kirk Varnedoe
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.34, 94.37, 94.37D, 94.41, 94.41D, 2006.19
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 6, 1994

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2004. In addition to the original, a 10.5 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a CD-R back-up copy now exist.

October 4, 1994 8:00 pm
94.36, 94.36D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Komar & Melamid
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Komar & Melamid
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 60 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal talk with artists
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 13, 1994

October 7, 1994
94.37, 94.37D "Rethinking Cy Twombly"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Curator of the exhibition and Chief Curator, Department Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Patricia Phelps de Cisneros in memory of Thomas Ammann
EXHIBITION: Cy Twombly: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1692, September 21, 1994-January 10, 1995]
DATA: Two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 65 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture by Kirk Varnedoe
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.34, 95.35, 95.35D, 94.41, 94.41D, 2006.19
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 27, 1994

October 11, 1994, 8:00 pm
94.38, 94.38D Untitled

PERSONALITY: David Diao
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary artists
PARTICIPANTS: David Diao
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 70 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal talk with artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 13, 1994

October 14, 1994
94.39 "A Century of Artists Books Opening Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Speakers: Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Riva Castleman, Curator of exhibition and Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund; NEA
EXHIBITION: A Century of Artists Books [MoMA Exh. #1697, October 19, 1994-January 24, 1995]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 15 minutes
SUMMARY: Agnes Gund tribute to Riva Castleman; Richard Oldenburg thanks contributors; comments by Riva Castleman as Curator of the Exhibition

October 19, 1994
94.40, 94.40D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Joan Nelson
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Joan Nelson
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 55 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 13, 1994

October 21, 1994
94.41, 94.41D "The Latin Class"

PERSONALITY: Rosalind Krauss
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Rosalind Krauss, Professor of Art History, Columbia University
SPONSOR: Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, in memory of Thomas Ammann
EXHIBITION: Cy Twombly: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1692, September 21, 1994-January 10, 1995]
DATA: Two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 50 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture on Cy Twombly by Rosalind Krauss
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.34, 94.35, 94.35D, 94.37, 94.37D, 2006.19
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 27, 1994

October 25, 1994 8:00 pm
94.42, 94.42D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Lorraine O'Grady
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Lorraine O'Grady
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 75 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist followed by a reception
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 13, 1994
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 111

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2011 by the Department of Education of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

October 28, 1994
94.43 "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Judith Barry and Brad Miskell
PLACE: The Video Study Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Program: Interviews by Barbara London
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.44, 94.47, 94.51a, 94.51b, 94.52, 95.24. 95.26

October 31, 1994
94.44 "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Bill Viola
PLACE: The Video Study Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Program: Interviews by Barbara London
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.47, 94.51a, 94.51b, 94.52, 95.5, 95.24, 95.26

November 2, 1994
94.45, 94.45D Untitled

PERSONALITY: William T. Williams
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: William T. Williams
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 55 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist followed by a reception
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 13, 1994

November 4, 1994
94.46, 94.46D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Ann Hamilton
PLACE: John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
SPONSOR: Bohen Fdn., CAC, Jr. Associates
EXHIBITION: Projects 48: Ann Hamilton [MoMA Exh. #1699, November 8, 1994-January 3, 1995]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 75 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist followed by a reception
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 13, 1994

NOTE: The recording is inaudible.

November 11, 1994
94.47 "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Teiji Furuhashi
PLACE: The Video Study Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Program: Interviews by Barbara London
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.44, 94.51a, 94.51b, 95.52, 95.24, 95.26

November 12, 1994
94.48 "Glenn D. Lowry-New Director at The Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PLACE: WBBR-AM New York: Afternoon Drive
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 1 minute 24 seconds
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.49, 94.50, 94.53, 95.4, 95.45
DONOR: Department of Public Information
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1994

November 16, 1994
94.49 "Glenn D. Lowry New Director of Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PLACE: WBBR-AM New York, Bloomberg Radio: Lifestyles
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 2 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.48, 94,50, 94.53, 95.4, 95.45
DONOR: Department of Public Information
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1994

November 17, 1994
94.50 "Glenn Lowry leaves AGO"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: CBC Radio - The ArtsTonight (Nov. 16, 1994); CBC Radio - The Arts Report (Nov. 17, 1994); CJBC - French News; CBL AM - Morning News (Nov. 17, 1994); CBL AM - Metro Morning (Nov. 17, 1994); Classical 96 ( Nov. 29, 1994)
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.48, 94.49, 94.53, 95.4, 95.45
DONOR: Department of Public Information
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1994

November 16, 17, 29, 1994
94.51a "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Marcel Odenbach
PLACE: The Video Study Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Program: Interviews by Barbara London
PARTICIPANTS: Marcel Odenbach
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: Two 60-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.44, 94.47, 94.52, 95.24, 95.26

November 19, 1994
94.51b "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Marcel Odenbach
PLACE: The Video Study Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Program: Interviews by Barbara London
PARTICIPANTS: Marcel Odenbach
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: Two 60-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.44, 94.47, 94.52, 95.24, 95.26

November 19, 1994
94.52 "Interview"

PERSONALITY: Stan Douglas
PLACE: The Video Study Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Program: Interviews by Barbara London
PARTICIPANTS: Stan Douglas
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: Two 60-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.44, 94.47, 94.51a, 94.51b, 95.24, 95.26

November 19, 1994
94.53 "Glenn Lowry, Museum of Modern Art"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 3 minutes 15 seconds
SUMMARY: WNYC-AM New York
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.48, 94.49, 94.50, 95.4, 95.45
DONOR: Department of Public Information
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1994

November 22, 1994
94.54 "Radcliffe Reception at The Museum of Modern Art in connection with American Politicians"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Donna Hanover Giuliani; Barbara Nelson, Vice President, Radcliffe College; Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: American Politicians: Photographs from 1943-1993 [MoMA Exh. #1695, October 5, 1994-January 3, 1995]
DATA: One 90-min Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Introductions, Radcliffe's purpose, women in American life and politics, Susan Kismaric on the exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.55a, 94.55b, 94.55aD, 94.55bD

December 9, 1994
94.55a, 94.55 aD "Visible/Invisible: Women In American Politics"

PARTICIPANTS: Barbara Nelson; Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Squiers, critic; A'lelia Bundtes; Esmeralda Santiago
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and Radcliffe College, with the encouragement of Chemical Bank
EXHIBITION: American Politicians: Photographs from 1943 to 1993 ( October 5, 1994-January 3, 1995) MoMA Exh. #1695
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes and two 30-minute cassettes; TRT( a and aD): 90 minutes; TRT (b and bD): 10 minutes
SUMMARY: Symposium on representation of women in American politics. 5-minute talks by panelists, then group discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.54

Dec. 10, 1994
94.55b, 94.55bD "Visible/Invisible: Women In American Politics"

PARTICIPANTS: Barbara Nelson; Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Carol Squiers, critic; A'lelia Bundtes; Esmeralda Santiago
SPONSOR: The Museum of Modern Art and Radcliffe College, with the encouragement of Chemical Bank
EXHIBITION: American Politicians: Photographs from 1943 to 1993 ( October 5, 1994-January 3, 1995) MoMA Exh. #1695
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes and two 30-minute cassettes; TRT( a and aD): 90 minutes; TRT (b and bD): 10 minutes
SUMMARY: Symposium on representation of women in American politics. 5-minute talks by panelists, then group discussion.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.54

Dec. 10, 1994
94.56a "Richard E. Oldenburg Farewell Dinner"

PLACE: Four Seasons Restaurant, New York
PARTICIPANTS: Louise Smith, The Museum of Modern Art Trustee; Robert Batterman, The Museum of Modern Art attorney; Barbara Jakobson, Christopher Mason (in song), Agnes Gund (long pause), Ronald Lauder, Paul Gottlieb, Mimi Gaudieri, Steingrim Laursen, Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Agnes Gund
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Private dinner with remarks and musical tribute
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996

December 21, 1994
94.56b, 94.56bD "Richard E. Oldenburg Farewell Dinner"

PLACE: Four Seasons Restaurant, New York
PARTICIPANTS: Louise Smith, The Museum of Modern Art Trustee; Robert Batterman, The Museum of Modern Art attorney; Barbara Jakobson, Christopher Mason (in song), Agnes Gund (long pause), Ronald Lauder, Paul Gottlieb, Mimi Gaudieri, Steingrim Laursen, Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, Richard E. Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Agnes Gund
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; Duplicate is 1 90 Minute Standard Audio Cassette. Duplicate is of second portion of dinner only.
SUMMARY: Private dinner with remarks and musical tribute
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996; Duplicate arrived July 2004

December 21, 1994
95.1, 95.1D "Jacob Lawrence and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence in Conversation with Henry Louis Gates, Jr."

PERSONALITY: Jacob Lawrence
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jacob Lawrence; Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence; Henry Louis Gates, Jr., W.E.B. du Bois Professor of the Humanities and Chairman of the Afro-American Studies Department, Harvard University
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series [MoMA Exh. #1701, January 11(12)-April 11, 1995]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 80 minutes
SUMMARY: Jacob Lawrence and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence discuss their early experiences as artists
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.2, 95.2D, 95.10, 95.12a and 95.12b, 95.12aD and 95.12bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 18, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

January 13, 1995
95.2, 95.2D "Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series"

PERSONALITY: Jacob Lawrence
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series [MoMA Exh. #1701, January 11(12)-April 11, 1995]
SUMMARY: Promotional sound bite
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.1, 95.1D, 95.10, 95.12a and 95.12b, 95.12aD and 95.12bD

95.3 "Kandinsky: Compositions Opening Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Magdalena Dabrowski, Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Robert Lehman Foundation, Inc.; National Endowment for the Arts; Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Kandinsky: Compositions [MoMA Exh. #1706, January 25(26)-April 25, 1995]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 15 minutes
DONOR: Department of Special Events

Wednesday, January 25, 1995
95.4 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PLACE: Garden Hall, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: The director's welcome reception
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.48, 94.49, 94.50, 94.53, 95.45

February 8, 1995
95.5 "Déserts"

PERSONALITY: Bill Viola
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Premieres
PARTICIPANTS: Bill Viola
SPONSOR: New York State Council on the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Sony Corporation of America
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Introduction to the film by the filmmaker
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.44

February 10, 1995
95.6 "60th Anniversary of Architecture and Design at MoMA"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Philip Johnson, artist
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Agnes Gund on Philip Johnson, Alfred H. Barr, Jr. and the Bauhaus, Machine Art catalogue reprinted for this benefit. Glenn D. Lowry introduces Stuart Wrede, Caroll McCarthy, Emilio Ambasz, Wilder Green, Peter Blake, Mildred Constantine, Ada Louise Huxtable. Philip Johnson on the earliest days of the department and philosophy of design.
DONOR: Department of Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 17, 1995

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring, 2009 through a generous grant from The Museum of Modern Art Trustee Committee on Museum Archives, Library, and Research, in honor of Barbara Jakobson's Chairmanship. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

February 15, 1995
95.7 "Bruce Nauman Opening Dinner"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator of the exhibition and Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Bruce Nauman [MoMA Exh. #1709, March 1(5)-May 23, 1995]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Opening dinner remarks
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.17a and 95.17b, 95.17aD and 95.17bD

March 1, 1995
95.8 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Emma Amos
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Emma Amos
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 3, 1995
95.9 "Patrons Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Speakers: Ralph Destino, Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Magdalena Dabrowski, Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Hosted by Robert I. Smith Jr., Manager Corporate Relations, Department of Development, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette

Wednesday, March 8, 1995
95.10 "Jacob Lawrence Keynote Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Mary Schmidt Campbell, Dean, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: In cooperation with the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series (January 11 - April 11, 1995) MoMA Exh. #1701
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 55 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.1, 95.1D, 95.2, 95.2D, 95.12a and 95.12b, 95.12aD and 95.12bD

Friday, March 10, 1995 8:00 p.m.
95.11 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Mary Miss
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Miss
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.14, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 10, 1995
95.12a, 95.12aD "Jacob Lawrence Symposium - Panel Discussion"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Michele Wallace, Professor, The City University of New York; Laura Rosenstock; Rose-Carol Washton Long; Patricia Hills, Professor of Art History, Boston University; Nicholas Lemann, author, The Promised Land; Bernice Johnson Reagon, Curator Emeritus, National Museum of American History
SPONSOR: In cooperation with the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series [MoMA Exh. #1701, January 11(12)-April 11, 1995]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT (a and aD): 90 minutes and TRT (b and bD): 65 minutes
SUMMARY: Panel Discussion of Jacob Lawrence's The Migration Series RELATED MATERIAL: 95.1, 95.1D, 95.2, 95.2D, 95.10,
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 17, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

Saturday, March 11, 1995 8:00 p.m.
95.12b, 95.12bD "Jacob Lawrence Symposium - Panel Discussion"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Michele Wallace, Professor, The City University of New York; Laura Rosenstock; Rose-Carol Washton Long; Patricia Hills, Professor of Art History, Boston University; Nicholas Lemann, author, The Promised Land; Bernice Johnson Reagon, Curator Emeritus, National Museum of American History
SPONSOR: In cooperation with the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York
EXHIBITION: Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series [MoMA Exh. #1701, January 11(12)-April 11, 1995]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT (a and aD): 90 minutes and TRT (b and bD): 65 minutes
SUMMARY: Panel Discussion of Jacob Lawrence's The Migration Series RELATED MATERIAL: 95.1, 95.1D, 95.2, 95.2D, 95.10,
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 17, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

Saturday, March 11, 1995 8:00 p.m.
95.13 "Frank Lloyd Wright's Presentation in Conceptual Drawings on CD-ROM"

PARTICIPANTS: Peter Reed, Curator, Architecture & Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Ed Barry, Pres. Oxford University Press; Dick Signataro, VP Imaging, Kodak; Bruce Pfeiffer, Dir. FLW Archives; Michael Ester
SPONSOR: Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Oxford U. Press, Luna Imaging, J. Paul Getty Trust
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 35 minutes
SUMMARY: Launching and presentation of the CD-ROM as an electronic catalogue raisonne of 5,000 FLW drawings, with thanks to its authors and developers and a brief explanation of its creation.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.2, 94.2D (English version of Acoustiguide), 94.3, 94.3D (French version of Acoustiguide), 94.4, 94.4D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 94.5, 94.6, 94.8, 94.8D, 94.11a, 94.11b, 94.11aD, 94.11bD, 94.14, 94.16, 94.16D, 94.23a, 94.23b, 94.23c, 94.23d
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design

March 16, 1995
95.14 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Peter Forgacs
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Forgacs
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.15, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 17, 1995
95.15 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Polly Apfelbaum
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Polly Apfelbaum
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.16
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 24, 1995
95.16 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Edin Velez
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Edin Velez
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.7, 94.10, 94.12, 94.15, 94.17, 94.18, 94.19, 94.20, 94.22, 94.24, 94.27, 94.36, 94.36D, 94.38, 94.38D, 94.40, 94.40D, 94.42, 94.42D, 94.45, 94.45D, 94.46, 94.46D, 95.8, 95.11, 95.14, 95.15
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

March 31, 1995
95.17a, 95.17aD "Bruce Nauman: Idea into Image"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Joan Acocella, dance critic and author of Mark Morris; Peter Plagens, painter, art critic for Newsweek and longtime contributer to Art in America; Peter Schjeldahl, art critic The Village Voice and author, Columns and Catalogues (The Figures, 1994).
EXHIBITION: Bruce Nauman [MoMA Exh. #1709, March 1(5)-May 23, 1995]
DATA: Two 120-minutes Standard Audio Cassettes, one 90-minute, one 30 -minute cassette: TRT (a and aD): 90:00; TRT ( b and bD): 14:00
SUMMARY: Panel discussion moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Scultpure, The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.7
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 1995; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

Tuesday, April 11, 1995 7:00 pm
95.17 b, 95.17bD "Bruce Nauman: Idea into Image"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Joan Acocella, dance critic and author of Mark Morris; Peter Plagens, painter, art critic for Newsweek and longtime contributer to Art in America; Peter Schjeldahl, art critic The Village Voice and author, Columns and Catalogues (The Figures, 1994).
EXHIBITION: Bruce Nauman [MoMA Exh. #1709, March 1(5)-May 23, 1995]
DATA: Two 120-minutes Standard Audio Cassettes, one 90-minute, one 30 -minute cassette: TRT (a and aD): 90:00; TRT ( b and bD): 14:00
SUMMARY: Panel discussion moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Scultpure, The Museum of Modern Art
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.7
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: April 14, 1995; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

Tuesday, April 11, 1995 7:00 pm
95.18 "La Biennale De Venezia Press Conference"

PLACE: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Gianluigi Gabetti, The Museum of Modern Art Trustee; Gerard Regnier; question and answer period
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996

April 26, 1995
95.19 "Louise Reinhardt Smith Exhibition Opening Dinner"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Dorothy Cullman, Agnes Gund, Louise Smith, Lewis Cullman, W. Rubin, R. Oldenburg, A. Gund
SPONSOR: Dorothy and Lewis Cullman
EXHIBITION: Masterworks from the Louise Reinhardt Smith Collection [MoMA Exh. #1712, May 3(4)-August 22, 1995]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996

May 3, 1995
95.20, 95.20D "Ink-Stained Wretch: A Conversation with Christopher Knight on Journalism, Criticism and Art"

PERSONALITY: Christopher Knight
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Christopher Knight, art critic, Los Angeles Times; author, Last Chance for Eden: Selected Art Criticism, 1979-1994 SPONSOR: Lannan Foundation
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Christopher Knight speaks on his published work, on journalistic art criticism in general, and on the state of contemporary art.
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.20D
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: Duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

Monday, May 22, 1995 8:00 p.m.
95.21 "Mutant Materials in Contemporary Art Opening Dinner"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Paola Antonelli, Associate Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Mutant Materials in Contemporary Art (May 24 - Aug. 27, 1995) MoMA Exh. #1713
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 10 minutes

Wednesday, May 24, 1995
95.22 "Party in the Garden Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: Sette MoMA
SERIES: Annual Spring Benefit
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Curator, Department of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; Celeste Bartos; David Rockefeller; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Gerald Lavin
SUMMARY: Dinner remarks
RELATED MATERIAL: 93.11b, 94.32
DONOR: Joan Howard, Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June, 1995

June 5, 1995
95.23 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Riva Castleman
PLACE: Garden, Garden Hall, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Walter Bareiss,Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art; William Goldstein, ULAE; Deborah Wye, Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Reception in honor of Riva Castleman upon her retirement
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1995

June 14, 1995
95.24 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Teiji Furuhashi
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artist Talks
PARTICIPANTS: Teiji Furuhashi
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artists featured in the exhibition speaking about their individual bodies of work.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.44, 94.47, 94.51a, 94.51b, 94.52, 95.26
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

June 23, 1995 6:30 pm.
95.25 "Artist's Choice: Elizabeth Murray"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater I, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artist's Choice
PARTICIPANTS: Linda Nochlin, Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Art, NYU; Marcia Tucker, Director, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, Jennifer Bartlett, artist
EXHIBITION: Artist's Choice: Elizabeth Murray (June 19 - August 22, 1995) MoMA Exh.#1720
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: The panel discusses issues, including feminist concerns, raised by the Artist's Choice exhibition.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

June 26, 1995 8:15 p.m.
95.26 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Tony Oursler
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Artist Talks
PARTICIPANTS: Tony Oursler
EXHIBITION: Video Spaces: Eight Installations [MoMA Exh. #1721, June 21(22)-September 12, 1995]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artists featured in the exhibition who speak about their individual bodies of work.
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.43, 94.44, 94.47, 94.51a, 94.51b, 94.52, 95.24
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

June 29 ,1995 6:30 pm.
95.27, 95.27D "Around New York"


PLACE: Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Summergarden '95
PARTICIPANTS: Joel Sachs; students, alumni and faculty of the Julliard School
SPONSOR: Everett B. Birch Foundation
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; One Audio C.D.; One 10" Reel
SUMMARY: WNYC broadcast of Summergarden
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.28

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer 2006. In addition to the original, a 10 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a 90- minute cassette tape back-up copy now exist. Two duplicate copies are preservation quality copies provided by WNYC.

July 6, July 20, 1995
95.28, 95.28D "Around New York"


DATE: August 17, 1995
PLACE: Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Summergarden '95
PARTICIPANTS: Joel Sachs; students, alumni and faculty of the Julliard School
SPONSOR: Everett B. Birch Foundation
DATA: One 94-minute Standard Audio Cassette; One Audio C.D.; One 10" Reel
SUMMARY: WNYC broadcast of Summergarden
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.27

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer 2006. In addition to the original, a 10 inch analog reel-to-reel archival master, a CD-R use copy and a 94-minute cassette tape back-up copy now exist. Two duplicate copies are preservation quality copies provided by WNYC.

August 17, 1995
95.29, 95.29D "Niuta Titus (1913-1995): A Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Louis Slesin; Maroussia Garvin; Shifra Ross; Arnold Patz; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Vera Stern; Suzanne Slesin Steinberg; Rabbi Arthur Schneier
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 60 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
DONOR: Director's Office; Duplicate was transferred by the Department of Special Events.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996; Duplicate arrived July 2004

September 21, 1995
95.30 "The Museum of Modern Art And Its Role As We Approach The Next Century"

PLACE: The Parrish Art Museum, Southhampton, NY
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996

September 23, 1995
95.31, 95.31D "Piet Mondrian: 1872 - 1944"

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry, Wynton Marsalis, John Elderfield
PLACE: Painting and Sculpture Galleries
SERIES: Acoustiguide tour #1607
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Wynton Marsalis, musician; John Elderfield, Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Acoustiguide tour of exhibit, with conversation about the works and jazz music interspersed
RELATED MATERIAL: Transcript, 95.32, 95.36, 95.36D, 95.37, 95.40, 95.40D (Spanish version of Acoustiguide), 95.44, 95.44D
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 5, 1996

September 27, 1995
95.32 "Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 Opening Dinner"

PLACE: Garden Hall, Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Phillip Antine, Senior Executive President, KPN Royal Lines; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Mondrian opening dinner remarks
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.31, 95.31D, 95.36, 95.36D, 95.37, 95.40, 95.40D, 95.44, 95.44D
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1995

September 27, 1995
95.33 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe
EXHIBITION: Concerns The William S. Paley Collection [MoMA Exh. #1614, January 30-April 7, 1992]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Speech about book on the Paley Collection
RELATED MATERIAL: 92.1
DONOR: Public Information
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 29, 1995

September 1995
95.34 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Roy DeCarava
PARTICIPANTS: Roy DeCarava, Ron Carter, and Sherry Turner-DeCarava
EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1736, January 24(25)-May 7, 1996]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Interview
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.1, 94.1D, MoMA Magazine, spring 1996
DONOR: Public Information
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 4, 1996

October 9, 1995
95.35, 95.35D "Pleasuring Painting: Matisse's Feminine Representations"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art, Lecture #1 of 4
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 75 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture on Henri Matisse and "femininity"
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.41, 95.41D, 95.46, 95.46D, 95.47, 95.47D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 24, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

October 10, 1995
95.36, 95.36D "'If we cannot free ourselves, we can free our vision': The Art of Piet Mondrian"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Yve-Alain Bois
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater I, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: First of three in series of lectures on Mondrian (#3 not available)
PARTICIPANTS: Yve-Alain Bois, Professor of Modern Art, Harvard University
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 55 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.31, 95.31D, 95.32, 95.36D, 95.37, 95.40, 95.40D, 95.44, 95.44D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 24, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

October 16, 1995
95.37 Untitled

PLACE: Garden Hall, Sette MoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Sir Brian Urquhart, Terry Waldo, Gotham City Quartet
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: International Council Reception, viewing, dinner, remarks and a musical performance
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.31, 95.31D, 95.32, 95.36, 95.36D, 95.40, 95.40D, 95.44, 95.44D
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1995

October 23, 1995
95.38 "Australian Film Festival Reception"

PLACE: Garden Hall, The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: International Council, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Strictly Oz: A History of Australian Film (October 2, 1995 - January 18, 1996)
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Reception and screening
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: 1995

October 25, 1995
95.39 "Louise Reinhardt Smith (1904-1995): A Memorial Tribute"

PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Oldenburg, Director Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Lewis Cullman, Trustee and Vice-Chairman, The Int'l Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Jo Carole Lauder, President, The Int'l Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996

October 25, 1995
95.40, 95.40D "Mondrian at The Museum of Modern Art/ Mondrian en el Museo de Arte Moderno"

PLACE: Painting and Sculpture Galleries
SERIES: Acoustiguide tours of exhibitions in Spanish
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Wynton Marsalis, John Elderfield
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Spanish version of the Acoustiguide tour of exhibit, with conversation about the works and jazz music interspersed
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.31, 95.31D (English version of Acoustiguide), 95.32, 95.34, 95.36D, 95.37, 95.44, 95.44D
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 5, 1996

October, 1995
95.41, 95.41D "Warburg's Model: The End of Collage in European Postwar Art"

(#2 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Benjamin Buchloh
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art, Lecture #2 of 4
PARTICIPANTS: Benjamin Buchloh, Associate Professor of Art History and Archaeology, Barnard College
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90 minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 55 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture on European art since 1945
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.35, 95.35D, 95.46, 95.46D, 95.47, 95.47D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 24, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

November 7, 1995
95.42 "Florene May Schoenborn (1903-1995): A Memorial Tribute"

PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; William Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Jeff Davis; Patty Staab; Alica Strauss; William S. Lieberman, Chairman, Department of 20th-Century Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996

November 8, 1995
95.43, 95.43D "The Chambers of Annette Messager"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Panelists: Elisabeth Lebovici, art critic; Warren Niesluchowski, independent writer and curator; Ralph Rugoff, cultural critic and independent curator
EXHIBITION: Annette Messager [MoMA Exh. #1728, October 11(12), '95-January 16, 1996]
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 75 minutes
SUMMARY: Panel discussion moderated by exhibition curator Sheryl Conkelton, Associate Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 24, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

November 12, 1995
95.44, 95.44D "Mondrian Today"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: John Elderfield
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Second in series of three lectures on Mondrian (#3 not available)
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art; panelists include: John Golding, Bridget Riley, and Robert Ryman
EXHIBITION: Piet Mondrian: 1872-1944 [MoMA Exh. #1727, September 27(October1),-1995-January 23, 1996]
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 80 minutes
SUMMARY: Discussion of the importance of Mondrian's work in the context of contemporary art. Participants, excluding Mr. Elderfield, are contemporary artists.
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 34; 95.31, 95.31, 95.32, 95.36, 95.36D, 95.37, 95.37D, 95.40, 95.40D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 18, 1996

November 20, 1995
95.45 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PARTICIPANTS: Norman Broadbent, Nancy Nichols, Glenn D. Lowry
SPONSOR: Norman Broadbent
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Private reception in honor of Glenn D. Lowry
RELATED MATERIAL: 94.48, 94.49. 94.50, 94.53, 95.4
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 19, 1995

November 21, 1995
95.46, 95.46D "The Evolving Torpedo: Changing Ideas of the Collection of Painting and Sculpture of the MoMA"

(#3 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art, Lecture #3 of 4
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture on the Museum's acquisitions policies
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.35, 95.35D, 95.41, 95.41D, 95.47, 95.47D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 8, 1995; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

November 28, 1995
95.47, 95.47D "Jackson Pollock: Totem Lessons"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: T. J. Clark
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art, Lecture #4 of 4
PARTICIPANTS: T. J. Clark, Professor of Modern Art, University of California, Berkeley
DATA: One 120-minute and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture on Jackson Pollock
RELATED MATERIAL: 95.35, 95.35D, 95.41, 95.41D, 95.46, 95.46D
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 8, 1995; duplicate transferred on October 18, 1996

December 5, 1995
96.1, 96.1D "Jasper Johns: A Retrospective"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Kiki Smith, artist; Jasper Johns, artist; music by John Cage
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: English version of Acoustiguide
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.2, 96.3, 96.4. Please see Transcripts, Folder 35
DONOR: Visitors Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 17, 1996

96.2, 96.2D "Picasso and Portraiture"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Steve Martin, actor and playwright; William S. Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Marie-Therese Walter; Dora Maar; Françoise Gilot
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: English version of Acoustiguide
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.1, 96.3, 96.4, Please see Transcripts, Folder 36
DONOR: Visitors Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 17, 1996

96.3 "Picasso and Portraiture"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Narrator, Françoise Gilot
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: French version of Acoustiguide
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.1, 96.2, 96.4, Please see Transcripts, Folder 37
DONOR: Visitors Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 17, 1996

96.4 "Picasso and Portraiture"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Narrator; Françoise Gilot
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Spanish version of Acoustiguide
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.1, 96.2, 96.3, Please see Transcripts, Folder 38
DONOR: Visitors Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 17, 1996

96.5 "Roy DeCarava Opening Dinner"

PERSONALITY: Roy DeCarava
PLACE: SetteMoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography; Roy DeCarava, artist
SPONSOR: Department of Special Events, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1736, January 24(25)-May 7, 1996]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Speeches delivered at the dinner for the opening of the DeCarava exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.9, 96.9D
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 26, 1996

January 24, 1996
96.6 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Rem Koolhaas, Bruce Mau
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art Book Store
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Gianfranco Monacelli; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bruce Mau
SPONSOR: Monacelli Press [The Museum of Modern Art Sales and Marketing Department]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Book signing by Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Mau of their book S, M, L, XL (Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large)
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 5, 1996

January 31, 1996
96.7a, 96.7aD "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium" (Session 4)

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium" (4 sessions)
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Silvia Lavin; Beatriz Colomina; Rem Koolhaas; Peter Eisenman, Architect
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lauder, Marshall Cogen, The Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: Three 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, three 90-minute standard sound casettes, TRT (a and aD): 90 minutes; TRT (b and bD): 70 minutes; TRT (c and cD):
10 minutes
SUMMARY: Introductory remarks by Terence Riley followed by speakers and a discussion
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 8, 1996; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

February 3, 1996
96.7b, 96.7bD "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium" (Session 4)

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium" (4 sessions)
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Silvia Lavin; Beatriz Colomina; Rem Koolhaas; Peter Eisenman, Architect
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lauder, Marshall Cogen, The Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: Three 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, three 90-minute standard sound casettes, TRT (a and aD): 90 minutes; TRT (b and bD): 70 minutes; TRT (c and cD):
10 minutes
SUMMARY: Introductory remarks by Terence Riley followed by speakers and a discussion
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 8, 1996; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

February 3, 1996
96.7c, 96.7cD "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium" (Session 4)

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: "The Origins of the Avant-Garde in America, 1923-1949: The Philip Johnson Colloquium" (4 sessions)
PARTICIPANTS: Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Silvia Lavin; Beatriz Colomina; Rem Koolhaas; Peter Eisenman, Architect
SPONSOR: Peter B. Lewis, Lily Auchincloss, Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Cisneros, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lauder, Marshall Cogen, The Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd.
DATA: Three 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, three 90-minute standard sound casettes, TRT (a and aD): 90 minutes; TRT (b and bD): 70 minutes; TRT (c and cD):
10 minutes
SUMMARY: Introductory remarks by Terence Riley followed by speakers and a discussion
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 8, 1996; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

February 3, 1996
96.8 "Mayor Marafol of Barcelona presents Agnes Gund with Friend of Barcelona Award"

PERSONALITY: Agnes Gund
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette

February 8, 1996
96.9, 96.9D "A Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Roy DeCarava
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Roy DeCarava, artist; Peter Galassi, Curator of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art.
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education
EXHIBITION: Roy DeCarava: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1736, January 24(25)-May 7, 1996]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: A lecture in which the artist discusses his work
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.5
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: February 21, 1996; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

February 15, 1996
96.10a, 96.10aD "Lilly Reich: Women Design & Collaboration"

PERSONALITY: Lilly Reich
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Mary McLeod, moderator; Rosemarie Haag Bletter, author; Caroline Constant, Esther da Costa Meyer; Franny Schulze
EXHIBITION: Lilly Reich: Designer and Architect [MoMA Exh. #1738, February 6(8)-May 7, 1996]
DATA: 1 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: (a and aD) 90 minutes; TRT: (b and bD) 35 minutes; Duplicate is Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: A panel discussion treating a variety of issues pertaining to the role of women in design and architecture
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 19, 1996; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

March 17, 1996
96.10b, 96.10bD "Lilly Reich: Women Design & Collaboration"

PERSONALITY: Lilly Reich
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Mary McLeod, moderator; Rosemarie Haag Bletter, author; Caroline Constant, Esther da Costa Meyer; Franny Schulze
EXHIBITION: Lilly Reich: Designer and Architect [MoMA Exh. #1738, February 6(8)-May 7, 1996]
DATA: 2 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: (a and aD) 90 minutes; TRT: (b and bD) 35 minutes; Duplicate is Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: A panel discussion treating a variety of issues pertaining to the role of women in design and architecture
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 19, 1996; duplicates transferred October 18, 1996

March 17, 1996
96.11, 96.11D "Picasso and Portraiture Exhibition Opening Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Stephanie French, Vice President, Corporate Contributions and Cultural Programs, Phillip Morris Company; Doug Mackenzie, Vice President, Sheraton Marketing Corporation and Director of Sales, ITT Luxury Collection; William S. Rubin, Director Emeritus, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Phillip Morris Company, ITT Sheraton
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.12, 96.12D, 96.13, 96.13D, 96.15, 96.15D, 96.16, 96.16D, 96.20
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

April 21, 1996
96.12, 96.12D "The Art of Reincarnation: Picasso & Old Master Portraiture"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Pablo Picasso
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lecture in conjunction with Picasso and Portraiture PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, New York University
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation (April 2 -September 18, 1996) MoMA Exh. #1743
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 80 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.11, 96.12, 96.12D, 96.13, 96.13D, 96.15, 96.15D, 96.16, 96.16D, 96.20
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 19, 1996; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

May 7, 1996
96.13, 96.13D "Allusive Identities: Picasso's Cubist Portraiture"

(#2 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Pepe Karmel
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 55 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture in conjunction with Picasso and Portraiture RELATED MATERIAL: 96.11, 96.12, 96.12D, 96.15, 96.15D, 96.16, 96.16D, 96.20
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 19, 1996; duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

May 21, 1996
96.14a "Architecture Information and Education for the Public and Non-specialist"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: International Confederation of Architectural Museums 8
PARTICIPANTS: Welcome by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; introduction by Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Marc Treib, University of California, Berkeley speaks on "The Subject and its Surrogate: The Grammar of Architectural Exh
SPONSOR: International Confederation of Architectural Museums 8
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 3 hours
SUMMARY: Session #5 of ICAM 8 Conference
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 30, 1996

May 22, 1996
96.14b "Architecture Information and Education for the Public and Non-specialist"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: International Confederation of Architectural Museums 8
PARTICIPANTS: Welcome by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; introduction by Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Marc Treib, University of California, Berkeley speaks on "The Subject and its Surrogate: The Grammar of Architectural Exh
SPONSOR: International Confederation of Architectural Museums 8
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 3 hours
SUMMARY: Session #5 of ICAM 8 Conference
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 30, 1996

May 22, 1996
96.14c "Architecture Information and Education for the Public and Non-specialist"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: International Confederation of Architectural Museums 8
PARTICIPANTS: Welcome by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; introduction by Peter Reed, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Marc Treib, University of California, Berkeley speaks on "The Subject and its Surrogate: The Grammar of Architectural Exh
SPONSOR: International Confederation of Architectural Museums 8
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 3 hours
SUMMARY: Session #5 of ICAM 8 Conference
DONOR: Department of Architecture and Design
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 30, 1996

May 22, 1996
96.15, 96.15D Untitled

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Lecture for The Museum of Modern Art staff in conjunction with Picasso and Portraiture RELATED MATERIAL: 96.11, 96.12, 96.12D, 96.13, 96.13D, 96.16, 96.16D, 96.20
DONOR: Department of Education

May 29, 1996
96.16, 96.16D "Picasso and the Color of Portraiture"

(#3 of 3)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Linda Nochlin
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture in conjunction with Picasso and Portraiture RELATED MATERIAL: 96.11, 96.12, 96.12D, 96.13, 96.13D, 96.15, 96.15D, 96.20
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 19, 1996, duplicate transferred October 18, 1996

June 4, 1996
96.17a, 96.17aD "Books to Billboards: Issues in Contemporary Printmaking"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jean Charles Blais, painter, printmaker; Willie Cole, sculptor; Susan Inglett, publisher, dealer; Nancy Princenthal, art writer; Maurice Sanchez, master printer; Kiki Smith, artist
EXHIBITION: Thinking Print: Books to Billboards 1980-95 [MoMA Exh. #1748, June 19(20)-September 10, 1996]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 180 minutes
SUMMARY: Slide-illustrated symposium featuring six speakers, including artists, publishers, and printers, all with works presented in the exhibition. Topics discussed include traditional and innovative printmaking practices, the role of the publisher, the vehicle of the artists book, and the practice of disseminating printed art into the world at large.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 26, 1996

June 22, 1996
96.17b, 96.17bD "Books to Billboards: Issues in Contemporary Printmaking"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jean Charles Blais, painter, printmaker; Willie Cole, sculptor; Susan Inglett, publisher, dealer; Nancy Princenthal, art writer; Maurice Sanchez, master printer; Kiki Smith, artist
EXHIBITION: Thinking Print: Books to Billboards 1980-95 [MoMA Exh. #1748, June 19(20)-September 10, 1996]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 180 minutes
SUMMARY: Slide-illustrated symposium featuring six speakers, including artists, publishers, and printers, all with works presented in the exhibition. Topics discussed include traditional and innovative printmaking practices, the role of the publisher, the vehicle of the artists book, and the practice of disseminating printed art into the world at large.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 26, 1996

June 22, 1996
96.18a, 96.18aD "Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Symposium in conjunction with Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; participants include A. M. Rosenthal, Associate Editor and Columnist, The New York Times; Carolyn Lee, Assistant Managing Editor and former Chief Picture Editor, The New York Times; Carol Squiers, critic and Senior Editor, American Photography; Stuart Ewen, Professor and Chair of Media Studies, Hunter College and Professor of History and Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photgraphy from the New York Times [MoMA Exh. #1749, June 26(27)-October 8, 1996]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Symposium addresses the role of photography in the news, the ways in which news photographs are gathered and chosen, and their character as documents of history.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 18, 1996

June 27, 1996
96.18b, 96.18bD "Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Symposium in conjunction with Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photography from The New York Times PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; participants include A. M. Rosenthal, Associate Editor and Columnist, The New York Times; Carolyn Lee, Assistant Managing Editor and former Chief Picture Editor, The New York Times; Carol Squiers, critic and Senior Editor, American Photography; Stuart Ewen, Professor and Chair of Media Studies, Hunter College and Professor of History and Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center
EXHIBITION: Pictures of the Times: A Century of Photgraphy from the New York Times [MoMA Exh. #1749, June 26(27)-October 8, 1996]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Symposium addresses the role of photography in the news, the ways in which news photographs are gathered and chosen, and their character as documents of history.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 18, 1996

June 27, 1996
96.19, 96.19D "Philip Johnson's 90th Birthday Dinner"

PERSONALITY: Philip Johnson
PLACE: Four Seasons Restaurant, NY
PARTICIPANTS: Daniel Shapiro, David Whitney, Assistant to Philip Johnson, Terry Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; (CBS Film of Conversation between Johnson and Kahn; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Christopher Mason in song; Philip Johnson, architect; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art)
DATA: Two 60-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 5, 1996

July 8, 1996
96.20, 96.20D "Tribute to William Rubin on the closing evening of Picasso and Portraiture"

PERSONALITY: William Rubin
PARTICIPANTS: William Rubin
EXHIBITION: Picasso and Portraiture: Representation and Transformation [MoMA Exh. #1743, April 24(28)-September 17, 1996]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 60 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Tribute to William Rubin on the closing evening of Picasso and Portraiture RELATED MATERIAL: 96.11, 96.12, 96.12D, 96.13, 96.13D, 96.15, 96.15D, 96.16, 96.16D
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 5, 1996

September 17, 1996
96.21a, 96.21aD "Opening remarks"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I b and bD: side I)
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

This and the following 17 sound recordings document The Museum of Modern Art conference at the Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY entitled Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century held 10/4/96-10/6/96. Each session, including opening remarks, conversations #1-4, summary, and dinner and luncheon remarks, has its own individual catalogue entry. Some sessions have more than one entry: this is to differentiate recordings with and without "identification voice-overs" (see DATA category). Please read the catalogue entry carefully before selection.

October 4, 1996
96.21b, 96.21bD "Opening remarks"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I b and bD: side I)
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

This and the following 17 sound recordings document The Museum of Modern Art conference at the Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY entitled Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century held 10/4/96-10/6/96. Each session, including opening remarks, conversations #1-4, summary, and dinner and luncheon remarks, has its own individual catalogue entry. Some sessions have more than one entry: this is to differentiate recordings with and without "identification voice-overs" (see DATA category). Please read the catalogue entry carefully before selection.

October 4, 1996
96.22 "Opening remarks"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I and II) without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the confrerence is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.3bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 4, 1996
96.23a "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I); with ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21, 96.22, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.23b "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I); with ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21, 96.22, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.24a "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I); without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21, 96.22, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a , 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.24b "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I); without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21, 96.22, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a , 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.25a "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I); with ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.25b "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I); with ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.25c "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I); with ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.26a "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I);
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.26b "Conversation #1"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Mark Taylor, Professor of Religion, Williams College; Lars Nittve, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art; Peter Eismann, architect; Richard Serra, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I);
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.27a "Conversation #2"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large. Speakers include: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Susanna Torruella Leval, Director, El Museo del Barrio; Adam Gopnik, writer, The New Yorker; Robert Irwin, artist
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I) ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.27b "Conversation #2"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large. Speakers include: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Susanna Torruella Leval, Director, El Museo del Barrio; Adam Gopnik, writer, The New Yorker; Robert Irwin, artist
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I) ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.27c "Conversation #2"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large. Speakers include: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Susanna Torruella Leval, Director, El Museo del Barrio; Adam Gopnik, writer, The New Yorker; Robert Irwin, artist
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I) ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.28a "Conversation #2"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large. Speakers include: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Susanna Torruella Leval, Director, El Museo del Barrio; Adam Gopnik, writer, The New Yorker; Robert Irwin, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I and II b: side I) without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b 96.27c, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.28b "Conversation #2"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large. Speakers include: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Susanna Torruella Leval, Director, El Museo del Barrio; Adam Gopnik, writer, The New Yorker; Robert Irwin, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I and II b: side I) without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b 96.27c, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.29, 96.29D "Conversation #2"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by John Elderfield, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator-at-Large. Speakers include: Bernard Tschumi, architect; Susanna Torruella Leval, Director, El Museo del Barrio; Adam Gopnik, writer, The New Yorker; Robert Irwin, artist
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II and aD: sides I and II) ID Left Channel
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b , 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

NOTE: May be incomplete

October 5, 1996
96.30a, 96.30aD "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: 1 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I and II b and bD: side I) ID left channel; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.30b, 96.30bD "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: 2 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I and II b and bD: side I) ID left channel; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.31a "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, Architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I and II b: side I) Without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.31b "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, Architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I and II b: side I) Without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.32a "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, Architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I ) ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.32b "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, Architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I ) ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.32c "Conversation #3"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Arata Isozaki, Architect; John Walsh, Director, The J. Paul Getty Museum; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Jean-Louis Cohen, Professor of Art History, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I ) ID mixed
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.33, 96.33D "Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (a: side I)
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 5, 1996
96.34a "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot, Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I) Without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.34b "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot, Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: sides I and II b: side I) Without ID
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.35a, 96.35aD "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot, Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I; b and bD: side I) ID Left Channel
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.35b, 96.35bD "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot, Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I; b and bD: side I) ID Left Channel
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.36a "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I) ID mix channel
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.36b "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I) ID mix channel
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.36c "Conversation #4"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Deborah Wye, Chief Curator, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art. Speakers include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Artist and Director of Studies in Graphic Design, The School of Art, Yale University; Rem Koolhaas, architect; Bill Viola, artist; James Cuno, Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director, The Fogg Art Museum
DATA: Three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a: side I b: side I c: side I) ID mix channel
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.37a, 96.37aD "Summary"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center,Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Patterson Sims, Deputy Director for Education and Research Support, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I b and bD: side I)
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.37b, 96.37bD "Summary"

PLACE: Pocantico Conference Center,Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Patterson Sims, Deputy Director for Education and Research Support, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (a and aD: side I b and bD: side I)
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23a, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26a, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.38
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

October 6, 1996
96.38 "Luncheon"

PLACE: Playhouse, Pocantico, Tarrytown, NY
SERIES: Building the Future: The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Purpose of the conference is to discuss the potential roles of museums, in general, in contemporary society and how, specifically, The Museum of Modern Art might respond to current and future developments within the art world.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.21a, 96.21b, 96.21aD, 96.21bD, 96.22, 96.23, 96.23b, 96.24a, 96.24b, 96.25a, 96.25b, 96.25c, 96.26, 96.26b, 96.27a, 96.27b, 96.27c, 96.28a, 96.28b, 96.29, 96.29D, 96.30a, 96.30b, 96.30aD, 96.30bD, 96.31a, 96.31b, 96.32a, 96.32b, 96.32c, 96.33, 96.33D, 96.34a, 96.34b, 96.35a, 96.35b, 96.35aD, 96.35bD, 96.36a, 96.36b, 96.36c, 96.37a, 96.37b, 96.37aD, 96.37bD; see also, Video Recordings of Museum-Related Events
DONOR: Director's Office
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 8, 1996

NOTE: Recorded from video cassette

October 6, 1996
96.39a, 96.39aD "Antonin Artaud: Works on Paper"

PERSONALITY: Jacques Derrida
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jacques Derrida
EXHIBITION: Antonin Artaud: Works on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1753, October 1(3), 1996-January 7, 1997]
DATA: One 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 133 minutes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 24, 1996

October 10, 1996 6:00 p.m.
96.39b, 96.39bD "Antonin Artaud: Works on Paper"

PERSONALITY: Jacques Derrida
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Jacques Derrida
EXHIBITION: Antonin Artaud: Works on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1753, October 1(3), 1996-January 7, 1997]
DATA: One 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, three 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 133 minutes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 24, 1996

October 10, 1996 6:00 p.m.
96.40, 96.40D "Jasper Johns: A Retrospective Opening Dinner"

PLACE: SetteMoMA
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 60 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Opening dinner remarks
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.47, 96.47D, 96.49, 96.49D, 96.52, 96.52D, 96.54, 96.54D, 96.58, 96.58D
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: September 13, 1996; Duplicate arrived July 2004

October 15, 1996
96.41, 96.41D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Kiki Smith
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Patterson Sims, Deputy Director in the Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Laura Hoptman, Assistant Curator in the Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; Kiki Smith
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette, duplicate is a 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
DONOR: Department of Education; duplicate made by Museum Archives
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 21, 1996

October 18, 1996
96.42 "The Blood Records, Written and Annotated"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Premieres
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, Associate Curator, Department of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; Lisa Steele, artist; Kim Tomczak, artist
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

October 18, 1996 at 6:00pm
96.43, 96.43D "Building the Future: Some Observations in Art, Architecture and MoMA"

(#1 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Glenn D. Lowry
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.55, 96.55D, 96.59, 96.59D, 96.60a, 96.60b, 96.60aD, 96.60bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 28, 1996

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for event pamphlet.

October 22, 1996
96.44 "International Council Fall Meeting Dinner Remarks"

DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 5, 1996

October 22, 1996
96.45 "Lily Auchincloss (1922-1996): A Memorial Tribute"

PERSONALITY: Lily Auchincloss
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; H.R.H. Duke Franz of Bavaria; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Barbara Jakobson; Richard E. Oldenburg, Director Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Special Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 5, 1996

October 23, 1996
96.46 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Georgina Starr
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Georgina Starr; introduction by Thomas W. Collins, Jr., Beaumont and Nancy Newhall Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 28, 1996

October 25, 1996
96.47, 96.47D "The Beholder's Share: Conflict, Uncertainty and Change"

(#1 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Richard Field
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Field, Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Yale University Art Gallery
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective (Oct. 20, 1996 - Jan. 21, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1754
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate on one 120-minute standard cassette
SUMMARY: First in series of lectures held in conjunction with the Jasper Johns exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.40, 96.49, 96.49D, 96.52, 96.52D, 96.54, 96.54D, 96.58, 96.58D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 25, 1996

October 28, 1996
96.48 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Andrea Fraser
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Andrea Fraser
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
DONOR: Department of Education

November 1, 1996
96.49, 96.49D "The Fifties Avant-Garde and the American Interior"

(#2 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Thomas Crow
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Thomas Crow, Professor,Yale University
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective (Oct. 20, 1996 - Jan. 21, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1754
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Second in series of lectures held in conjunction with the Jasper Johns exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.40, 96.47, 96.47D, 96.52, 96.52D, 96.54, 96.54D, 96.58, 96.58D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 25, 1996

November 4, 1996
96.50 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Willie Cole
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center and galleries, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Willie Cole
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
DONOR: Department of Education

November 8, 1996
96.51 "Oh Rapunzel"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Video Premieres
PARTICIPANTS: Sally Berger, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; Cecelia Condit, artist.
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

November 8, 1996 at 6:00pm
96.52, 96.52D "Dialogue on Johns and the Modern Tradition"

(#3 of 5)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Third in a series of lectures held in conjunction with the Jasper Johns exhibition
PARTICIPANTS: Merce Cunningham, choreographer; Barbara Rose, art historian and professor, American University, Washington, D.C.; David Sylvester, writer and curator, Kirk Varnedoe, moderator and Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.40, 96.47, 96.47D, 96.49, 96.49D, 96.54, 96.54D, 96.58, 96.58D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 25, 1996

November 11, 1996
96.53, 96.53D "A Lecture"

PERSONALITY: Martin Puryear
PARTICIPANTS: Akosua Barthwell Evans, Chairman, The Friends of Education; Patterson Sims, Deputy Director for Education and Research Support, The Museum of Modern Art; Martin Puryear, artist; Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 18, 1996

NOTE: This recording is not available for use.

November 15, 1996
96.54, 96.54D "Panel of Artists"

(#4 of 5)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Gober, artist; Elizabeth Murray, artist; Terry Winters, artist; John Baldessari, artist; Kirk Varnedoe, moderator and Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Fourth lecture in a series held in conjunction with the Jasper Johns exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.40, 96.47, 96.47D, 96.49, 96.49D, 96.52, 96.58, 96.58D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 25, 1996

November 18, 1996
96.55, 96.55D "The Idea of a Modern Museum"

(#2 of 4)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century PARTICIPANTS: Henri Zerner, Professor of Modern Art, Harvard University; Jorge Klor de Alva, Professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies and Anthropology, University of California at Berkeley
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.43, 96.43D, 96.59, 96.59D, 96.60a, 96.60b, 96.60aD, 96.60bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 25, 1996

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for event pamphlet.

November 19, 1996
96.56 "Frontierland/Frontierlandia"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: New Documentaries
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

November 21, 1996 at 6:00pm
96.57 Untitled

PERSONALITY: Rubén Ortz-Torres
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Rubén Ortz-Torres
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette
SUMMARY: Informal talk with the artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 25, 1996

November 22, 1996
96.58, 96.58D "The Lessons of the Objects"

(#5 of 5)
PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Patterson Sims, Deputy Director for Education and Research Support; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Jasper Johns: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #1754, October 15(20), 1996-January 21, 1997]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 60 minutes
SUMMARY: Lecture by Kirk Varnedoe
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.40, 96.47, 96.47D, 96.49, 96.49D, 96.52, 96.54, 96.54D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 16, 1996

November 25, 1996
96.59, 96.59D "The Museum and Society"

(#3 of 4)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: ImaginingThe Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century PARTICIPANTS: Helen Searing, Alice Pratt Brown Professor of Art, Smith College; Robert A. M. Stern, architect; Fred Wilson, artist; Janet Abrams, architecture and design critic
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.43, 96.43D, 96.55, 96.55D, 96.60a, 96.60b, 96.60aD, 96.60bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 16, 1996

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for event pamphlet.

December 3, 1996
96.60a, 96.60aD "Rethinking the Modern"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Department of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 1 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.43, 96.43D, 96.55, 96.55D, 96.59, 96.59D, 1960b, 1960bD
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 16, 1996

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for event pamphlet.

December 12, 1996
96.60b, 96.60bD "Rethinking the Modern"

(#4 of 4)
PERSONALITY: Terence Riley
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Imagining The Museum of Modern Art in the 21st Century PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Terence Riley, Chief Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Mary Lea Bandy, Chief Curator, Department of Film and Video, The Museum of Modern Art; John Elderfield, Chief Curator-at-Large, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: 2 of 2 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Lecture addresses the Museum's plan for expanding and reconceiving its building in order to create a new Museum of Modern Art for the 21st century.
RELATED MATERIAL: 96.43, 96.43D, 96.55, 96.55D, 96.59, 96.59D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: December 16, 1996

NOTE: Please see Supplemental Materials 97-1 for event pamphlet.

December 12, 1996
96.61 "Philip Johnson Recent Work"

PERSONALITY: Philip Johnson
PARTICIPANTS: Philip Johnson, architect; J. Kipnis, architect; Frank Gehry, architect
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette

1996
97.1, 97.1D "Willem de Kooning Exhibition Opening Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Banana Republic
EXHIBITION: Willem deKooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s [MoMA Exh. #1759, January 22(23)-April 29, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 90 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.2, 97.2D, 97.3, 97.3D, 97.7, 97.7D, 97.34
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997; Duplicate arrived July 2004

January 22, 1997
97.2, 97.2D "A Panel of Artists"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction by Patterson Sims, Deputy Director, Education and Research Support; Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; with Chuck Close, artist; Thomas Nozkowski, artist; Susan Rothenberg, artist; Robert Ryman, artist
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s (January 22-April 29, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1759
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: Please see Transcripts, Folder 39; 97.1, 97.3, 97.3D, 97.7, 97.7D, 97.34
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 10, 1997

February 4, 1997
97.3, 97.3D "Slipknots"

PERSONALITY: Robert Storr
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s (January 22-April 29, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1759
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.1, 97.2, 97.2D, 97.7, 97.7D, 97.34
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 10, 1997

February 11, 1997
97.4 "Manuel Alvarez Bravo Exhibition Opening Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Lorenzo Zembrano, Chair/Director, Cemex Corp.; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Susan Kismaric, Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Jose Aneas Jorneas, Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs;
SPONSOR: Cemex, Mex-Am Cultural foundation, Inc.
EXHIBITION: Manuel Alvarez Bravo (February 19(20) - April 15, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1765
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.8, 97.8D, 97.14, 97.14D
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

February 19, 1997
97.5, 97.5D "Annual Luncheon-Presentation of First Annual David Rockefeller Award to James Wolfensohn"

PLACE: SetteMoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; David Rockefeller, Chairman Emeritus, The Museum of Modern Art; James D. Wolfenshon
SPONSOR: Chase Manhattan Bank
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: Award presented in honor of enlightened generosity and advocacy of cultural endeavors.
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

February 24, 1997
97.6 "Presentation of the 1997 Mont Blanc Award for Arts Patronage to Agnes Gund"

PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President,MoMA
SPONSOR: Mont Blanc
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

February 27, 1997
97.7, 97.7D "A Panel of Critics"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Lynne Cooke, Curator, Dia Center for the Arts; Gary Garrels; Elise S. Haas, Chief Curator and Curator of Painting and Sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Moden Art; Irving Sandler, Professor of Art History, Purchase College, State University of New York; Peter Schjeldahl, art critic, The Village Voice EXHIBITION: Willem de Kooning: The Late Paintings, The 1980s (January 22-April 29, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1759
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicate is one 120 minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.1, 97.2, 97.2D, 97.3, 97.3D, 97.34
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 10, 1997

March 4, 1997
97.8, 97.8D "Manuel Alvarez Bravo in Context: Photography in Mexico 1920-1945"

PERSONALITY: James Oles
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Manuel Alvarez Bravo
PARTICIPANTS: James Oles, Assistant Professor, Art Department, Wellesley College
EXHIBITION: Manuel Alvarez Bravo [MoMA Exh. #1765, February 19(20)-May 18, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.4, 97.14, 97.14D

March 11, 1997
97.9 "Sally Ganz Memorial Tribute"

DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

March 18, 1997
97.10, 97.10D "The Photomontages of Hannah Höch: The Nasty Pastime of Dada's Good Girl"

PERSONALITY: Amelia Arenas
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Carolyn Lanchner, curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Amelia Arenas, independent lecturer and writer on art
EXHIBITION: The Photomontages of Hannah Höch [MoMA Exh. #1766, February 26(27)-May 20, 1997]
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette; duplicate is one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 60 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by the Amelia Arenas, art historian and educator.
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.12, 97.12D

March 18, 1997
97.11, 97.11D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Rirkrit Tiravanjia
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Rirkrit Tiravanjia
EXHIBITION: Projects 58: Rikrit Tiravanija [MoMA Exh. #1767, April 1(3)-June 1, 1997]
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette; duplicate is one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 60 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by the artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

April 4, 1997
97.12, 97.12D "Eating Well: Consuming the Old and the New in Hannah Höch's Photomontages"

PERSONALITY: Maud Lavin
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Special Exhibition Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Maud Lavin, cultural historian and author, Cut with the Kitchen Knife: The Weimar Photomantages of Hannah Hoch EXHIBITION: The Photomontages of Hannah Höch [MoMA Exh. #1766, February 26(27)-May 20, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.10, 97.10D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

April 8, 1997
97.13a, 97.13D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Kara Walker
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Converations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Kara Walker
DATA: Two 60-minute microcassettes; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 75 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

April 11, 1997
97.13b, 97.13D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Kara Walker
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Converations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Kara Walker
DATA: Two 60-minute microcassettes; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 75 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

April 11, 1997
97.14, 97.14D "Lens of Revelations: Manuel Alvarez Bravo and His Influence"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Special Exhibition Programs
PARTICIPANTS: Liz Ferrer, Curator Americas Society Art Gallery
EXHIBITION: Manuel Alvarez Bravo [MoMA Exh. #1765, February 19(20)-May 18, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 45 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.4, 97.8, 97.8D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

April 15, 1997
97.15, 97.15D Untitled

PERSONALITY: John O'Reilly
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: John O'Reilly
DATA: One 60-minute microcassettes; duplicate is one 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 45 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

April 18, 1997
97.16, 97.16D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Maya Lin
PLACE: Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Maya Lin, architect
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette; duplicate is one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 40 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: May 8, 1997

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Spring 2011 by the Department of Education of The Museum of Modern Art. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

April 25, 1997
97.17 "Grace M. Mayer Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Szarkowski, Director Emeritus, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Daniel W. Jones; Jan Seidler Ramirez, Wayne Miller, Silas R. Mountsier III; Peter Galassi, Chief Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

April 30, 1997
97.18, 97.18D "White House Endowment Fund Reception for Hillary Clinton"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Veronica Hearst, The Chairman's Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Walter Shorenstein; Hillary Rodham Clinton, First Lady of the United States.
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 60 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997; Duplicate arrived July 2004

April 30, 1997
97.19, 97.19D "Pollock's Work in Wartime and Postwar U.S. History"

(#1 of 6)
PLACE: Trustee Room, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by Michael Leja, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; response by Laura Hoptman, Assistant Curator, The Museum of Modern Art, Department of Painting and Sculpture
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 40 minutes
SUMMARY: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium; lecture followed by response and general discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.20, 97.20D, 97.21, 97.21D, 97.22, 97.22D, 97.23, 97.23D, 97.24
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 20, 1997

May 3, 1997
97.20, 97.20D "Reviewing Psychoanalytic Approaches to Pollock"

(#2 of 6)
PLACE: Trustee Room, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by Charles F. Stuckey, Curator, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts; response by Stephen Polcari, Director, New York Regional Office, Archives of American Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 40 minutes
SUMMARY: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium; lecture followed by response and general discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.19, 97.19D, 97.21, 97.21D, 97.22, 97.22D, 97.23, 97.23D, 97.24
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 20, 1997

May 3, 1997
97.21, 97.21D "The Crisis of the Easel Picture"

(#3 of 6)
PLACE: Trustee Room, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by Rosalind Krauss, Meyer Schapiro Professor, Columbia University; response by Pepe Karmel, Adjunct Assistant Curator. Department of Painting of Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 70 minutes
SUMMARY: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium; lecture followed by response and general discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.19, 97.19D, 97.20, 97.20D, 97.22, 97.22D, 97.23, 97.23D, 97.24
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 20, 1997

May 3, 1997
97.22, 97.22D "Pollock's Reception in Europe"

(#4 of 6)
PLACE: Trustee Room, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Lecture by Jeremy Lewison, Acting Keeper of the Modern Collection, Tate Gallery; response by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium; lecture followed by response and general discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.19, 97.19D, 97.20, 97.20D, 97.21, 97.21D, 97.23, 97.23D, 97.24
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 20, 1997

May 3, 1997
97.23, 97.23D "Pollock's Consequences"

(#5 of 6)
PLACE: Trustee Room, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Chief Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium; closing lecture followed general discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.19, 97.19D, 97.20, 97.20D, 97.21, 97.21D, 97.22, 97.22D, 97.24
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 20, 1997

May 3, 1997
97.24 "Pollock's Working Progress"

(#6 of 6)
PLACE: Pollock gallery, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium
PARTICIPANTS: Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, Chief Conservator, The Menil Collection, Houston
DATA: One 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 40 minutes (we do not own the original)
SUMMARY: Approaching Pollock: A Symposium; lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.19, 97.19D, 97.20, 97.20D, 97.21, 97.21D, 97.22, 97.22D, 97.23, 97.23D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: June 20, 1997

May 3, 1997
97.25 "Remarks from Membership Luncheon"

PARTICIPANTS: Paul Gottlieb, Chairman of Membership Committee, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

May 8, 1997
97.26 "Objects of Desire Exhibition Opening Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Margit Rowell, Chief Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: AT&T
EXHIBITION: Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life [MoMA Exh. #1772, May 21(25)-August 26, 1997]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.37, 97.38, 97.39
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

May 21, 1997
97.27 "New Members Reception Remarks"

PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

May 27, 1997
97.28, 97.28D "1997 Party in the Garden in Honor of Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman-Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: SetteMoMA, The Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Lewis B. Cullman, The Chairman's Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 60 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

June 4, 1997
97.29a, 97.29aD "Abstraction or Essence: Three African American Perspectives"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Panel Discussion
PARTICIPANTS: Maren Hassinger, artist; Howardena Pindell, artist; William T. Williams, artist; moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 100 minutes
SUMMARY: A discussion of African-American painting and contemporary abstraction
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 1, 1997

June 17, 1997
97.29b, 97.29bD "Abstraction or Essence: Three African American Perspectives"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Panel Discussion
PARTICIPANTS: Maren Hassinger, artist; Howardena Pindell, artist; William T. Williams, artist; moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The Friends of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 100 minutes
SUMMARY: A discussion of African-American painting and contemporary abstraction
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 1, 1997

June 17, 1997
97.30 "DCTV: Guerilla Television 25th Anniversary"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: New Documentaries
PARTICIPANTS: Jon Alpert, Keiko Tsuno, co-founders of DCTV, one of the oldest video access centers in the country; DeeDee Halleck, co-founder of Paper Tiger TV, a collective of video activists; and Deep Dish TV, the first satellite network for community video programming, Shu Lea Cheang, director of Fresh Kill (1994); moderated by Deidre Boyle, author, Subject to Change: Guerilla Television Revisited DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Film and Video
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: August 15, 1997

June 19, 1997
97.31a, 97.31aD "Brought to Light: Black Cinema, 1921-1959, Selections from the James E. Wheeler Collection and Within Our Gates: American Race Films, 1918-1949"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: James E. Wheeler, Founder and Director, Concept East II Gallery, Detroit; Pearl Bowser, Founder and Director, African Diaspora Images; Henry T. Sampson, film historian and author, Black in Black and White: A Source Book on Black Films, 1995
EXHIBITION: Brought to Light: Black Cinema, 1921-1959, Selections from the James E. Wheeler Collection and Within Our Gates: American Race Films, 1918-1949 (April 30-July 6, 1997); MoMA Exh. #1770; Film Program: Within Our Gates: American Race Films, 1918-1949 (June 27 - July 8, 1997)
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 120 minutes
SUMMARY: A panel discussion of black cinema in the first half of the twentieth-century.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2, 1997

June 24, 1997
97.31b, 97.31bD "Brought to Light: Black Cinema, 1921-1959, Selections from the James E. Wheeler Collection and Within Our Gates: American Race Films, 1918-1949"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: James E. Wheeler, Founder and Director, Concept East II Gallery, Detroit; Pearl Bowser, Founder and Director, African Diaspora Images; Henry T. Sampson, film historian and author, Black in Black and White: A Source Book on Black Films, 1995
EXHIBITION: Brought to Light: Black Cinema, 1921-1959, Selections from the James E. Wheeler Collection and Within Our Gates: American Race Films, 1918-1949 (April 30-July 6, 1997); MoMA Exh. #1770; Film Program: Within Our Gates: American Race Films, 1918-1949 (June 27 - July 8, 1997)
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 120 minutes
SUMMARY: A panel discussion of black cinema in the first half of the twentieth-century.
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: July 2, 1997

June 24, 1997
97.32, 97.32D "90th Birthday Luncheon Tribute to Leo Castelli"

PERSONALITY: Leo Castelli
PLACE: SetteMoMA
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Leo Castelli, gallery owner.
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard audio cassette.
SUMMARY: A celebratory luncheon in honor of Leo Castelli.
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997, Duplicate arrived July 2004

September 10, 1997
97.33, 97.33D "Elizabeth Streibert Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Sir Brian Urquhart; Riva Castleman; Robert M. Murdock; Carol Coffin, Executive Director, International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Wilson; Marshall Streibert
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, Duplicate is 1 90 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997; Duplicate arrived July 2004

September 17, 1997
97.34 "Willem de Kooning Memorial Tribute"

PLACE: Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Leo Castelli, gallery owner; Chuck Close, artist; John McMahon; Rudy Burckhardt; David Sylvester
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.1, 97.2, 97.2D, 97.3, 97.3D, 97.7, 97.7D; Printed program, one 180-minute video cassette
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

September 24, 1997
97.35 "On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Collection Exhibition Dinner Opening Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman, The Museum of Modern Art; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Elaine Dannheisser, Trustee, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Collection [MoMA Exh. #1784, September 29(30), 1997-January 20, 1998]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.53a, 97.53b, 97.53D, 97.54, 97.54D
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

September 29, 1997
97.36 "Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection Exhibition Opening Dinner Remarks"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Agnes Gund, President, The Museum of Modern Art; Ronald S. Lauder, Chairman of the Board, The Museum of Modern Art; Dr. Elizabeth Gerham?, Austrian Fellow Minister of Education and Cultural Affairs; Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Dr. Rudolph Leopold; Magdalena Dabrowski, Senior Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Robert Lehman Foundation
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.40, 97.46a, 97.46b, 97.46aD, 97.46bD
DONOR: The Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 20, 1997

October 8, 1997
97.37 "Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Candice Bergen, actress
EXHIBITION: Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life (May 21(25)-August 26, 1997) MoMA Exh. #1772
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: English version
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.26, 97.38, 97.39, Please see Transcripts, Folder 40
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 17, 1997

May 21-August 26, 1997
97.38 "Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Candice Bergen, actress
EXHIBITION: Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life [MoMA Exh. #1772, May 21(25)-August 26, 1997]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: French version
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.26, 97.37, 97.39, Please see Transcripts, Folder 41
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 17, 1997

May 21-August 26, 1997
97.39 "Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
EXHIBITION: Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life [MoMA Exh. #1772, May 21(25)-August 26, 1997]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Spanish version
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.26, 97.37, 97.38, Please see Transcripts, Folder 42
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 17, 1997

May 21-August 26, 1997
97.40, 97.40D "Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Acoustiguide
PARTICIPANTS: Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Magdalena Dabrowski, Senior Curator, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 Standard Audio Cassette.
SUMMARY: English version
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.36, 97.46a, 97.46b, 97.46aD, 97.46bD. Please see Transcripts, Folder 43
DONOR: Visitor Services
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: October 17, 1997

September 29, 1997-Jaunuary 4, 1998
97.41, 97.41D "Paleoart, or How the Dinosaurs Broke into MoMA"

(#1 of 3)
PERSONALITY: W. J. T. Mitchell
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Modern Stories PARTICIPANTS: W. J. T. Mitchell, Gaylord Donelley Distinguished Service Professor of English and Art History, University of Chicago, and Editor of Critical Inquiry DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 120 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
RELATED MATERIAL: VR 97-15
DONOR: Department of Education; Duplicate Donor information is unknown.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 6, 1997

October 14, 1997
97.42 "International Council Dinner"

DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 19, 1998

October 21, 1997
97.43, 97.43D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Peter Halley
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Halley
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette; duplicate is one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 45 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

October 24, 1997
97.44, 97.44D "The Thread of Ariadne and the Web of Arachne: Some Reflections on the Museum"

(#2 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Richard Wollheim
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Modern Stories PARTICIPANTS: Richard Wollheim, Professor of Philosophy, University of California at Berkeley
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 6, 1997

October 28, 1997
97.45, 97.45D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Vik Muniz
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Vik Muniz
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette; duplicate is one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 20 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

October 31, 1997
97.46a, 97.46aD "Egon Schiele Panel Discussion"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Magdalena Dabrowski, Senior Curator, Department of Drawings at MoMA; Eric Fischl, artist; Jane Kallir, Co-Director, Galerie St. Etienne, New York and author of Egon Schiele: The Complete Works; Simon Wilson
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Panel Discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.36, 97.40
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 6, 1997

November 4, 1997
97.46b, 97.46bD "Egon Schiele Panel Discussion"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Magdalena Dabrowski, Senior Curator, Department of Drawings at MoMA; Eric Fischl, artist; Jane Kallir, Co-Director, Galerie St. Etienne, New York and author of Egon Schiele: The Complete Works; Simon Wilson
EXHIBITION: Egon Schiele: The Leopold Collection, Vienna [MoMA Exh. #1785, October 8(12), 1997-January 4, 1998]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Panel Discussion
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.36, 97.40
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 6, 1997

November 4, 1997
97.47a, 97.47aD Untitled

PERSONALITY: John Currin
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: John Currin
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60 minute microcassette and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

November 7, 1997
97.47b, 97.47bD Untitled

PERSONALITY: John Currin
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: John Currin
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60 minute microcassette and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

November 7, 1997
97.48, 97.48D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Susan Stewart
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Stewart
DATA: One 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette; Duplicate is 1 60 Minute Standard Audio Cassette.
DONOR: Department of Education; Duplicate donor information is unknown.
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 24, 1997

November 11, 1997
97.49, 97.49D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Ayse Birsel
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Ayse Birsel
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute microcassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 9:00
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

November 14, 1997
97.50, 97.50D Untitled

(#3 of 3)
PERSONALITY: Homi Bhabha
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Studies in Modern Art: Modern Stories
PARTICIPANTS: Homi Bhabha
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 2009-14
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: November 24, 1997

November 18, 1997
97.51, 97.51D Untitled

PERSONALITY: Beth B.
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Beth B.
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 90 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

November 21, 1997
97.52a, 97.52aD Untitled

PERSONALITY: Sue Williams
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Sue Williams
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60 minute microcassette and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 150 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

December 5, 1997
97.52b, 97.52bD Untitled

PERSONALITY: Sue Williams
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Conversations with Contemporary Artists
PARTICIPANTS: Sue Williams
SPONSOR: Leo and Julia Forchheimer Foundation, The Contemporary Arts Council, The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60 minute microcassette and one 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette; duplicates are two 120-minute Standard Audio Cassettes, TRT: 150 minutes
SUMMARY: Informal lecture by artist
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

December 5, 1997
97.53a, 97.53D "What Happened to the '80s?"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Armstr ong, Director, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Pat Hearn, owner Pat Hearn Gallery; Kim Levin, contributor, The Village Voice; Robert Pincus-Witten, Director of Exhibitions, C & M Arts
EXHIBITION: On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Collection [MoMA Exh. #1784, September 29(30), 1997-January 20, 1998]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 55:14 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.35, 97.54, 97.54D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

December 2, 1997
97.53b, 97.53D "What Happened to the '80s?"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Armstr ong, Director, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Pat Hearn, owner Pat Hearn Gallery; Kim Levin, contributor, The Village Voice; Robert Pincus-Witten, Director of Exhibitions, C & M Arts
EXHIBITION: On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Collection [MoMA Exh. #1784, September 29(30), 1997-January 20, 1998]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; duplicate is one 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette, TRT: 55:14 minutes
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.35, 97.54, 97.54D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

December 2, 1997
97.54, 97.54D "What Happened in the 90s?"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderated by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Bill Arning, independent curator and critic; Jay Gorney, Director, Jay Gorney Modern Art; Ralph Rugoff cultural critic and independent curator; Nancy Spector, Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
EXHIBITION: On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheisser Collection [MoMA Exh. #1784, September 29(30), 1997-January 20, 1998]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 97.35, 97.53a, 97.53b, 97.53D
DONOR: Department of Education
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: January 12, 1998

December 9, 1997
97.55 "Founders Lunch"

DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
DONOR: Department of Special Programming and Events
TRANSFERRED TO ARCHIVES: March 19, 1998

December 10, 1997
98.1 "New Work on Paper 1"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction, John Elderfield, Director, Department of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art; Alan Cote, artist; Joan Snyder, artist; William Tucker, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts
EXHIBITION: New Work on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1303, February 11-April 21, 1981]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Lecture in conjunction with New Work on Paper 1 DONOR: Department of Education

April 11, 1981
98.2 "Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography"

PERSONALITY: Peter Galassi
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Peter Galassi, Associate Curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: The first of three lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.3, 98.4
DONOR: Department of Education

May 12, 1981
98.3 "Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, New York University
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography [MoMA Exh. #1308, May 6-July 5, 1981]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: The second of three lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.2, 98.4
DONOR: Department of Education

May 18, 1981
98.4 "Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography"

PERSONALITY: Kirk Varnedoe
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Kirk Varnedoe, Associate Professor, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography (May 6- July 5, 1981) MoMA Exh. #1308
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: The last of three lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.2, 98.3
DONOR: Department of Education

May 26, 1981
98.5 "Atget and the Art of Photography"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Spring Mills Series on the Art of Photography
PARTICIPANTS: John Szarkowski, Director, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art
SPONSOR: Spring Mills Inc., The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The Work of Atget: Old France [MoMA Exh. #1322, October 3, 1981-January 3, 1982]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with The Work of Atget: Old France
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.6
DONOR: Department of Education

December 1, 1981
98.6 "The Work of Atget: The Art of Old Paris"

PERSONALITY: Maria Morris Hambourg
PLACE: Donnell Library Auditorium, NYPL
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: John Szarkowski, Director, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Maria Morris Hambourg, Photography Historian
EXHIBITION: The Work of Atget: Old France [MoMA Exh. #1322, October 3, 1981-January 3, 1982]
DATA: One Standard Audio Cassette Tape
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition re: The place of Old Paris as central to Atget's oeuvre
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.5
DONOR: Department of Education

November 12, 1982
98.7a "Form as Memory"

PERSONALITY: Lucy R. Lippard
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Lucy R. Lippard, writer on contemporary art, cofounder of Heresies, Printed Matter, and P.A.D.D.
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois [MoMA Exh. #1337, November 3, 1982-February 8, 1983]
DATA: Two 7" reels
SUMMARY: The first of two lectures given in conjunction with Louise Bourgeois
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.8; (see also video collection: 96.11a/e, 96.11b/e, 96.11c/e, 96.11d/e, 96.11e/e, 96.12a/c, 96.12b/c, 96.12c/c, 96.13a/c, 96.13b/c, 96.13c/c)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

December 7, 1982
98.7b "Form as Memory"

PERSONALITY: Lucy R. Lippard
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Lucy R. Lippard, writer on contemporary art, cofounder of Heresies, Printed Matter, and P.A.D.D.
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois [MoMA Exh. #1337, November 3, 1982-February 8, 1983]
DATA: Two 7" reels
SUMMARY: The first of two lectures given in conjunction with Louise Bourgeois
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.8; (see also video collection: 96.11a/e, 96.11b/e, 96.11c/e, 96.11d/e, 96.11e/e, 96.12a/c, 96.12b/c, 96.12c/c, 96.13a/c, 96.13b/c, 96.13c/c)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: This sound recording was preserved in Summer, 2009 through a generous grant from The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation. In addition to the original, a Broadcast Wave File (BWF) archival master, a DVD audio master, and a CD-R use copy now exist.

December 7, 1982
98.8 "Bourgeois Truth"

PERSONALITY: Robert Pincus-Witten
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Pincus-Witten, Professor of Art History, Queens College, CUNY and The Graduate Center, CUNY
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: Louise Bourgeois [MoMA Exh. #1337, November 3, 1982-February 8, 1983]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: The second of two lectures given in conjunction with Louise Bourgeois
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.7a, 98.7b; (see also video collection: 96.11a/e, 96.11b/e, 96.11c/e, 96.11d/e, 96.11e/e, 96.12a/c, 96.12b/c, 96.12c/c, 96.13a/c, 96.13b/c, 96.13c/c)
DONOR: Department of Education

January 11, 1983
98.9 "Neutra Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler; Thomas Hines
PLACE: Donnell Library Auditorium, NYPL
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Arthur Drexler, Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Cesar Pelli, architect, Dean of the School of Architecture, Yale University; Kenneth Frampton, Professor of Architecture and Project Director for the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, Columbia University; Thomas Hines, Professo, Department of History, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, UCLA; Ray Eames, artist, designer
SPONSOR: Merrill Lynch, PanAm Office, The National Endowment for the Arts
EXHIBITION: The Architecture of Richard Neutra: From International Style to California Modern (July 21- October 12, 1982) MoMA Exh. #1333
DATA: One 120-minute Standard Audio Cassette tape
SUMMARY: Panel discussion in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

September 30, 1982
98.10 "Artists' Talks: Big Pictures by Contemporary Photographers"

PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Nancy Hellebrand, artist; William Wegman, artist; Brian Wood, artist
SPONSOR: The Associate Council
EXHIBITION: Big Pictures by Contemporary Photographers [MoMA Exh. #1348, April 13-June 28, 1983]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Above mentioned artists relate their views on the problems of making large photographs
DONOR: Department of Education

May 26, 1983
98.11 "Uses of Drawing"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: John Elderfield, Director, Department of Drawings and of the exhibition
EXHIBITION: The Modern Drawing: 100 Works on Paper [MoMA Exh. #1367, October 26, 1983-January 3, 1984]
DATA: 7" reel
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

December 1, 1983
98.12a "Aalto"

PERSONALITY: J. Stewart Johnson
PLACE: Kaufmann Conference Room, Institute of International Education
PARTICIPANTS: J. Stewart Johnson, Director of Exhibition, Curator of Design, Dept of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Stuart Wrede, Director, Oregon School of Design; Goran Schildt, President of Aalto Foundation; Christopher Wilk; Harmon Goldstone; Edgar Kaufmann Jr.
SPONSOR: Sponsored in part by grants from The Finnish Society of Craft and Design; The Finnish Ministry of Education; Artek; ICF, Inc.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Furniture and Glass (September 26- November 27, 1984) MoMA Exh. #1383
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of tapes I & II; only side I of tapes III & IV)
SUMMARY: Four lectures on Aalto: Stuart Wrede, "Aalto's Beginning"; Goran Schildt, "Aalto's Approach to Design"; Christopher Wilk, "Aalto And the Rise of Plywood Furniture"; Harmon Goldstone, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. and J. Stewart Johnson, "Aalto Remembered." Following these lectures the floor opens up for a full panel discussion.
DONOR: Department of Education

October 26, 1984
98.12b "Aalto"

PERSONALITY: J. Stewart Johnson
PLACE: Kaufmann Conference Room, Institute of International Education
PARTICIPANTS: J. Stewart Johnson, Director of Exhibition, Curator of Design, Dept of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Stuart Wrede, Director, Oregon School of Design; Goran Schildt, President of Aalto Foundation; Christopher Wilk; Harmon Goldstone; Edgar Kaufmann Jr.
SPONSOR: Sponsored in part by grants from The Finnish Society of Craft and Design; The Finnish Ministry of Education; Artek; ICF, Inc.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Furniture and Glass (September 26- November 27, 1984) MoMA Exh. #1383
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of tapes I & II; only side I of tapes III & IV)
SUMMARY: Four lectures on Aalto: Stuart Wrede, "Aalto's Beginning"; Goran Schildt, "Aalto's Approach to Design"; Christopher Wilk, "Aalto And the Rise of Plywood Furniture"; Harmon Goldstone, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. and J. Stewart Johnson, "Aalto Remembered." Following these lectures the floor opens up for a full panel discussion.
DONOR: Department of Education

October 26, 1984
98.12c "Aalto"

PERSONALITY: J. Stewart Johnson
PLACE: Kaufmann Conference Room, Institute of International Education
PARTICIPANTS: J. Stewart Johnson, Director of Exhibition, Curator of Design, Dept of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Stuart Wrede, Director, Oregon School of Design; Goran Schildt, President of Aalto Foundation; Christopher Wilk; Harmon Goldstone; Edgar Kaufmann Jr.
SPONSOR: Sponsored in part by grants from The Finnish Society of Craft and Design; The Finnish Ministry of Education; Artek; ICF, Inc.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Furniture and Glass (September 26- November 27, 1984) MoMA Exh. #1383
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of tapes I & II; only side I of tapes III & IV)
SUMMARY: Four lectures on Aalto: Stuart Wrede, "Aalto's Beginning"; Goran Schildt, "Aalto's Approach to Design"; Christopher Wilk, "Aalto And the Rise of Plywood Furniture"; Harmon Goldstone, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. and J. Stewart Johnson, "Aalto Remembered." Following these lectures the floor opens up for a full panel discussion.
DONOR: Department of Education

October 26, 1984
98.12d "Aalto"

PERSONALITY: J. Stewart Johnson
PLACE: Kaufmann Conference Room, Institute of International Education
PARTICIPANTS: J. Stewart Johnson, Director of Exhibition, Curator of Design, Dept of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Stuart Wrede, Director, Oregon School of Design; Goran Schildt, President of Aalto Foundation; Christopher Wilk; Harmon Goldstone; Edgar Kaufmann Jr.
SPONSOR: Sponsored in part by grants from The Finnish Society of Craft and Design; The Finnish Ministry of Education; Artek; ICF, Inc.
EXHIBITION: Alvar Aalto: Furniture and Glass (September 26- November 27, 1984) MoMA Exh. #1383
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of tapes I & II; only side I of tapes III & IV)
SUMMARY: Four lectures on Aalto: Stuart Wrede, "Aalto's Beginning"; Goran Schildt, "Aalto's Approach to Design"; Christopher Wilk, "Aalto And the Rise of Plywood Furniture"; Harmon Goldstone, Edgar Kaufmann Jr. and J. Stewart Johnson, "Aalto Remembered." Following these lectures the floor opens up for a full panel discussion.
DONOR: Department of Education

October 26, 1984
98.13a "Bofill/Krier Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: First in series of five, part of the Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator/Introduction: Arthur Drexler, Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Ricardo Bofill, architect; Leon Krier, architect; Colin Rowe, Andrew Dickson White Professor of Architecture, Cornell University; Robert Stern, Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Jean-Pierre Conyeaux (sp?), translator, Assistant to Bofill
SPONSOR: Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program
EXHIBITION: Ricardo Bofill & Leon Krier: Architecture, Urbanism, and History [MoMA Exh. #1402, June 26-September 3, 1985]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes [Note: Tape I, both sides; Tape II, side I only, labeled "94"]
SUMMARY: Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

June 27, 1985
98.13b "Bofill/Krier Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Arthur Drexler
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: First in series of five, part of the Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator/Introduction: Arthur Drexler, Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Ricardo Bofill, architect; Leon Krier, architect; Colin Rowe, Andrew Dickson White Professor of Architecture, Cornell University; Robert Stern, Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Jean-Pierre Conyeaux (sp?), translator, Assistant to Bofill
SPONSOR: Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program
EXHIBITION: Ricardo Bofill & Leon Krier: Architecture, Urbanism, and History [MoMA Exh. #1402, June 26-September 3, 1985]
DATA: Two Standard Audio Cassettes [Note: Tape I, both sides; Tape II, side I only, labeled "94"]
SUMMARY: Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

June 27, 1985
98.14 "The Art Institution- Its Public"

PERSONALITY: Amelia Arenas
PARTICIPANTS: Amelia Arenas
DATA: One 60-minute standard sound recording
SUMMARY: Lecture/course
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Beginning of side I nearly inaudible

July 10, 1985
98.15 "Picasso"

PERSONALITY: Silvia Milgram
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Silvia Milgram
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: First lecture in "Modern Masters" series: "Pablo Picasso"
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

October 1, 1985
98.16, 98.16D "Post Modernism: What is it?"

PERSONALITY: Philip Yenawine
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art"
PARTICIPANTS: Philip Yenawine, Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette; One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: First Lecture in "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

October 29, 1985 (repeated on October 31, 1985)
98.17 "The Expressionist Impulse"

PERSONALITY: D. Deitcher
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art"
PARTICIPANTS: D. Deitcher
SUMMARY: Lecture re: expressionism as a concept, expressionist artists
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

11/5/85
98.18a "India Symposium: India and the Contemporary Artist"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: In conjunction with the National Festival of India
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Howard Hodgkin; Peter Alexander, artist; Lynda Benglis, artist; Robert Kushner, artist; Howardina Pindell, artist; Richard Smith; [Francesco Clemente was scheduled to participate but was unable to]
SPONSOR: The International Council of MoMA; Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Two 60-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of tape I; side I only of tape II)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: tape I, side I is cut off at the beginning

November 9, 1985
98.18b "India Symposium: India and the Contemporary Artist"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: In conjunction with the National Festival of India
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Howard Hodgkin; Peter Alexander, artist; Lynda Benglis, artist; Robert Kushner, artist; Howardina Pindell, artist; Richard Smith; [Francesco Clemente was scheduled to participate but was unable to]
SPONSOR: The International Council of MoMA; Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: Two 60-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of tape I; side I only of tape II)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: tape I, side I is cut off at the beginning

November 9, 1985
98.19 "The Recognizable Image"

PERSONALITY: William Olander
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art"
PARTICIPANTS: William Olander
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Third lecture in "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Date on Standard Audio Cassette is incorrect; This lecture took place in 1985. The introduction is inaudible

November 14, 1985
98.20 "Contrasts of Form: An Historical Perspective"

PERSONALITY: Magdalena Dabrowski
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Magdalena Dabrowski, Assistant Curator, Dept of Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Contrasts of Form: Geometric Abstract Art 1910-1980 [MoMA Exh. #1407, October 2, 1985-January 7, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with Contrasts of Form: Geometric Abstract Art: 1910-1980 re: the historical development of the Geometric tradition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.21
DONOR: Department of Education

November 14, 1985
98.21 "Contrasts of Form"

PERSONALITY: Joseph Mascheck
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Joseph Mascheck, Lecturer in Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University
EXHIBITION: Contrasts of Form: Geometric Abstract Art 1910-1980 (October 2, 1985- January 7, 1986) MoMA Exh. #1407
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Second lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.20
DONOR: Department of Education

November 21, 1985
98.22 "Politics/Polemics"

PERSONALITY: Richard Flood
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art"
PARTICIPANTS: Richard Flood, artist
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Last lecture in "What's New: Understanding Contemporary Art" series of four
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

November 21, 1985
98.23a "Toulouse-Lautrec Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Riva Castleman
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Riva Castleman, Director, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Victor Bromberg, Henry Putman Professor of Romance Languages and Literature and Comparative Literature, Princeton University; Douglass Druick, Prince Trust Curator, Department of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute, Chicago; Linda Nochlin, Distinguished Professor of Art History, CUNY Graduate Center
EXHIBITION: Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec [MoMA Exh. #1408, October 30, 1985-January 26, 1986]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (tape I: both sides; tape 2: side I only)
DONOR: Department of Education

December 3, 1985
98.23b "Toulouse-Lautrec Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Riva Castleman
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Riva Castleman, Director, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, The Museum of Modern Art; Victor Bromberg, Henry Putman Professor of Romance Languages and Literature and Comparative Literature, Princeton University; Douglass Druick, Prince Trust Curator, Department of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute, Chicago; Linda Nochlin, Distinguished Professor of Art History, CUNY Graduate Center
EXHIBITION: Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec [MoMA Exh. #1408, October 30, 1985-January 26, 1986]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (tape I: both sides; tape 2: side I only)
DONOR: Department of Education

December 3, 1985
98.24 "Paul Cézanne"

PERSONALITY: Ann Sass
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Ann Sass
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: First lecture in "Modern Masters" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

January 23, 1986
98.25 "Paul Gauguin"

PERSONALITY: Robert Lubar
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Robert Lubar, Senior Lecturer, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Second lecture in "Modern Masters" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

January 27, 1986
98.26 "Wassily Kandinsky"

PERSONALITY: Susan Galassi
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Susan Galassi, Senior Lecturer, Department of Education
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Third lecture in "Modern Masters" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

February 6, 1986
98.27 "Marcel Duchamp"

PERSONALITY: Ann Sass
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Ann Sass
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Last lecture in "Modern Masters" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

February 13, 1986
98.28 "Less is More: The Aesthetic of Simplification"

PERSONALITY: Michael Mostoller
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Issues in Modern Art"
PARTICIPANTS: Michael Mostoller, architect, Professor, NJ Institute of Technology
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: First lecture from "Issues in Modern Art" series re: Mies van der Rohe
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

February 27, 1986
98.29 "Stanford Anderson: The Legacy of German Neoclassicism & Bidermeier: Loos, Mies, & Tessenow"

PERSONALITY: Stanford Anderson
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Stuart Wrede, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Arthur Drexler, Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Stanford Anderson, Professor of History of Architecture, MIT
SPONSOR: National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Mies van der Rohe Centennial [MoMA Exh. #1415, February 5-April 15, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: First lecture of three given in conjunction with the exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.32, 98.34
DONOR: Department of Education

March 5, 1986
98.30 "Public Spaces: Changes in Skylines & Streets"

PERSONALITY: William [Holly] Whyte
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Issues in Modern Art"
PARTICIPANTS: William [Holly] Whyte
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Third lecture in "Issues in Modern Art" series: "Public Spaces: Changes in Skylines & Streets"
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Second lecture in 4 part series is missing

March 6, 1986
98.31 "Richard Serra"

PERSONALITY: Rosalind Krauss
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Rosalind Krauss, Professor of Art History, Hunter College
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; The New York State Council of the Arts
EXHIBITION: Richard Serra [MoMA Exh. #1416, February 26-May 13, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality inconsistent throughout lecture.

March 11, 1986
98.32 "Mies, Architecture, and the Modern Landscape"

PERSONALITY: Kurt Forster
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Stuart Wrede, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Kurt Forster, Director, J. Paul Getty Center for History of Art and Humanities
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Humanities
EXHIBITION: Mies van der Rohe Centennial [MoMA Exh. #1415, February 5-April 15, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Second lecture presented in conjunction with Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe: Centennial Exhibition RELATED MATERIAL: 98.29, 98.34
DONOR: Department of Education

March 12, 1986
98.33 "Finding Meaning: The Role of the Viewer"

PERSONALITY: Mary Beth Betts
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Issues in Modern Art"
PARTICIPANTS: Mary Beth Betts, Professor, Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture, Cooper Union
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Final lecture in "Issues in Modern Art" series: "Finding Meaning: The Role of the Viewer"
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

March 13, 1986
98.34 "Mies and The Politics of the Modern Movement in Architecture"

PERSONALITY: Richard Pommer
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Stuart Wrede, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Richard Pommer, Professor, History of Architecture, Vassar College
EXHIBITION: Mies van der Rohe Centennial [MoMA Exh. #1415, February 5-April 15, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Final lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.29, 98.32
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality inconsistent throughout lecture

March 19, 1986
98.35 "How to Show Grown-ups the Museum: Panel Among Kids"

PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Philip Yenawine, Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; six children between grades 1-4)
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Panel of six children (grades 1-4) held in conjunction with publication of book: How to Show Grown-ups the Museum, by Philip Yenawine
DONOR: Department of Education

April 26, 1986
98.36 "Richard Serra"

PERSONALITY: Amelia Rainus (sp?)
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Masters of Modern Sculpture"
PARTICIPANTS: Amelia Rainus, Senior Lecturer, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Lecture from "Masters of Modern Sculpture" series
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

May 22, 1986
98.37 "New Arts for an Old World: Mahler and the Painters"

PERSONALITY: Carl Schorske
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Kirk Varnedoe, Adjunct Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Carl Schorske, Dayton-Stockton Professor of History Emeritus, Princeton University
SPONSOR: The Austrian Institute; International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #1426, July 3-October 26, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: First of two lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.38a, 98.38b, 98.39c, 98.38d, 98.39
DONOR: Department of Education

September 25, 1986
98.38a "Vienna Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Adjunct Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Marbourgh, Director, Austrian Institute; Hans Hollein; Richard Meier, architect; Scott Burton, artist; Richard Avedon, photographer; Michael Graves
SPONSOR: The Austrian Institute; International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #1426, July 3-October 26, 1986]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Symposium given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.37, 98.39, Please see Transcripts, Folder 44
DONOR: Department of Education

September 27, 1986
98.38b "Vienna Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Adjunct Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Marbourgh, Director, Austrian Institute; Hans Hollein; Richard Meier, architect; Scott Burton, artist; Richard Avedon, photographer; Michael Graves
SPONSOR: The Austrian Institute; International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #1426, July 3-October 26, 1986]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Symposium given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.37, 98.39, Please see Transcripts, Folder 44
DONOR: Department of Education

September 27, 1986
98.38c "Vienna Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Adjunct Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Marbourgh, Director, Austrian Institute; Hans Hollein; Richard Meier, architect; Scott Burton, artist; Richard Avedon, photographer; Michael Graves
SPONSOR: The Austrian Institute; International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #1426, July 3-October 26, 1986]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Symposium given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.37, 98.39, Please see Transcripts, Folder 44
DONOR: Department of Education

September 27, 1986
98.38d "Vienna Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Kirk Varnedoe, Adjunct Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Marbourgh, Director, Austrian Institute; Hans Hollein; Richard Meier, architect; Scott Burton, artist; Richard Avedon, photographer; Michael Graves
SPONSOR: The Austrian Institute; International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #1426, July 3-October 26, 1986]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Symposium given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.37, 98.39, Please see Transcripts, Folder 44
DONOR: Department of Education

September 27, 1986
98.39 "The Discrete Charms of the Viennese: Art and the Culture of Persistence"

PERSONALITY: James Shedel
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Philip Yenawine, Director, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Peter Marbourgh, Director, Austrian Institute; James Shedel, Associate Professor of History, Georgetown University
SPONSOR: The Austrian Institute; International Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities
EXHIBITION: Vienna 1900: Art, Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #1426, July 3-October 26, 1986]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Second of two lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.37, 98.38a, 98.38b, 98.38c, 98.38d
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Note: Recording is periodically inaudible

October 2, 1986
98.40 "Matisse: The Early Years and the Liberation of Color"

PERSONALITY: Emily Kies
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

October 14 [or 16], 1986
98.41 "Matisse: The Later Years"

PERSONALITY: Emily Kies
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Modern Masters"
PARTICIPANTS: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Part of Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series re: Matisse
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

October 23, 1986
98.42 "Mid Nineteenth Century Photography"

PERSONALITY: Dr. Marjorie Munsterberg
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Aspects of the History of Photography"
PARTICIPANTS: Dr. Marjorie Munsterberg, J. Paul Getty Fellow of the History of Art and Humanities, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

October 30, 1986
98.43 "For Art's Sake: Photography Around 1900"

PERSONALITY: Barbara L. Michaels
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Aspects of the History of Photography"
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara L. Michaels
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is poor at the beginning of the lecture

November 6, 1986
98.44 "Contemporary Photography"

PERSONALITY: Mark Holborn
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Lunchtime/Evening Lecture Series: "Aspects of the History of Photography"
PARTICIPANTS: Mark Holborn, Editor, Aperture Magazine
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I only)
SUMMARY: Part of L/E lecture series dealing with photography
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Lunchtime/Evening Lecture series
DONOR: Department of Education

November 20, 1986
98.45a "Mario Botta Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Stuart Wrede, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Mario Botta, architect; Kurt Forster, Director, Getty Center for the History of Art and Humanities, Santa Monica; Robert Maxwell, Dean, School of Architecture, Princeton; Kenneth Frampton, Chairman of the Department of Architecture, Columbia University
SPONSOR: Gerald D. Hines Interests
EXHIBITION: Mario Botta [MoMA Exh. #1435, November 20, 1986-February 10, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of Tape I, only side I of Tape II)
SUMMARY: Part I of symposium is a Botta lecture; part II is open discussion among panel members
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: The sound quality of tape I is inconsistent

November 25, 1986
98.45b "Mario Botta Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program
PARTICIPANTS: Moderator: Stuart Wrede, Curator, Department of Architecture and Design; Mario Botta, architect; Kurt Forster, Director, Getty Center for the History of Art and Humanities, Santa Monica; Robert Maxwell, Dean, School of Architecture, Princeton; Kenneth Frampton, Chairman of the Department of Architecture, Columbia University
SPONSOR: Gerald D. Hines Interests
EXHIBITION: Mario Botta [MoMA Exh. #1435, November 20, 1986-February 10, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides of Tape I, only side I of Tape II)
SUMMARY: Part I of symposium is a Botta lecture; part II is open discussion among panel members
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: The sound quality of tape I is inconsistent

November 25, 1986
98.46 "Morris Louis"

PERSONALITY: Clement Greenberg
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: John Elderfield, Director, Department of Drawing, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Clement Greenberg, critic
EXHIBITION: Mario Botta [MoMA Exh. #1435, November 20, 1986-February 10, 1987]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (side I and part of side II)
SUMMARY: Lecture re: Morris Louis with open discussion
DONOR: Department of Education

December 9, 1986
98.47 "MoMA"

PLACE: The Edward John Noble Education Center, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Marlene Perchinski; Nancy Lee Miller, Museum Educator, Consultant, American Craft Museum; Judith Swarski, Volunteer Coordinator, Brooklyn Museum; Margaret Weisbach, Coordinator of Interns and Docents, New Museum of Contemporary Art; Phyllis Campbell, Director of Volunteers, Snug Harbor; Doreen Francis Lee, Director, Department of Volunteer Resources, Memorial-Sloan Kettering; Susie Leiter, Broadcast Center
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Orientation workshop for MoMA's new Teacher Information Center
DONOR: Department of Education

January 22, 1987
98.48 "Klee's Angels"

PERSONALITY: Gert Schiff
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Carolyn Lanchner, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Gert Schiff, Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Institute of Fine Arts, NYU
EXHIBITION: Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #1440, February 4-May 5, 1987]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: First of four lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.49, 98.50, 98.51, 98.52
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: After the lecture concludes on side II, there is part of another lecture on a different artist.

February 9, 1987
98.49 "Cosmic Fragments of Meaning: On the Syllables of Paul Klee"

PERSONALITY: Ranier Crone
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Ranier Crone, Associate Professor of Art History, Columbia University
EXHIBITION: Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #1440, February 4-May 5, 1987]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Second of four lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.48, 98.50, 98.51, 98.52
DONOR: Department of Education

February 26, 1987
98.50 "Klee as Colorist"

PERSONALITY: Andrew Kagan
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Carolyn Lanchner, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Andrew Kagan, art historian and author
EXHIBITION: Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #1440, February 4-May 5, 1987]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Third of four lectures given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.48, 98.49, 98.51, 98.52
DONOR: Department of Education

February 23, 1987
98.51 "An Evening with Pierre Boulez: Klee's Influence on a Musician"

PERSONALITY: Pierre Boulez
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Richard Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Pierre Boulez, artist/musician
EXHIBITION: Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #1440, February 4-May 5, 1987]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides)
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.48, 98.49, 98.50, 98.52
DONOR: Department of Education

February 26, 1987
98.52 "Ad Marginem: Paul Klee as Ironist"

PERSONALITY: Marcel Franciscono
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Carolyn Lanchner, Curator, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art; Marcel Franciscono, Associate Professor of Art, School of Art and Design, University of Illinois
EXHIBITION: Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #1440, February 4-May 5, 1987]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Final lecture of four given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.48, 98.49, 98.50, 98.51
DONOR: Department of Education

March 2, 1987
98.53a "Le Corbusier Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Kenneth Frampton, Chairman, Division of Architecture, Columbia University; Tim Benton, Author of The Villas of Le Corbusier; Jean-Louis Cohen, Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts, National Gallery, Washington D.C; Beatrice Colomina, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Mary McLeod, Associate Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Kenneth Silver, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, NYU; Brian Brace Taylor, Editor of Mirmar, Paris
SPONSOR: Presented by The International Council of MoMA
EXHIBITION: Le Corbusier: 5 Projects [MoMA Exh. #1444, March 26-May 26, 1987]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is inconsistent on tape III

April 25, 1987
98.53b "Le Corbusier Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Kenneth Frampton, Chairman, Division of Architecture, Columbia University; Tim Benton, Author of The Villas of Le Corbusier; Jean-Louis Cohen, Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts, National Gallery, Washington D.C; Beatrice Colomina, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Mary McLeod, Associate Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Kenneth Silver, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, NYU; Brian Brace Taylor, Editor of Mirmar, Paris
SPONSOR: Presented by The International Council of MoMA
EXHIBITION: Le Corbusier: 5 Projects [MoMA Exh. #1444, March 26-May 26, 1987]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is inconsistent on tape III

April 25, 1987
98.53c "Le Corbusier Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Kenneth Frampton, Chairman, Division of Architecture, Columbia University; Tim Benton, Author of The Villas of Le Corbusier; Jean-Louis Cohen, Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts, National Gallery, Washington D.C; Beatrice Colomina, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Mary McLeod, Associate Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Kenneth Silver, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, NYU; Brian Brace Taylor, Editor of Mirmar, Paris
SPONSOR: Presented by The International Council of MoMA
EXHIBITION: Le Corbusier: 5 Projects [MoMA Exh. #1444, March 26-May 26, 1987]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is inconsistent on tape III

April 25, 1987
98.53d "Le Corbusier Symposium"

PERSONALITY: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Stuart Wrede, Acting Director, Department of Architecture and Design, The Museum of Modern Art; Kenneth Frampton, Chairman, Division of Architecture, Columbia University; Tim Benton, Author of The Villas of Le Corbusier; Jean-Louis Cohen, Senior Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in Visual Arts, National Gallery, Washington D.C; Beatrice Colomina, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Mary McLeod, Associate Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Kenneth Silver, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, NYU; Brian Brace Taylor, Editor of Mirmar, Paris
SPONSOR: Presented by The International Council of MoMA
EXHIBITION: Le Corbusier: 5 Projects [MoMA Exh. #1444, March 26-May 26, 1987]
DATA: Four 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides)
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is inconsistent on tape III

April 25, 1987
98.54, 98.54D "Modern Art, Art Collecting, and Art History in Berlin during the German Empire"

PERSONALITY: Dr. Thomas Gaehtgens
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Dr. Thomas Gaehtgens, Professor, Kunsthistorisches Institut der Freien Universitat, Berlin
EXHIBITION: Berlinart 1961-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1451, June 4-September 8, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.55a, 98.55b, 98.56, 98.56D, 98.57, 98.57D
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is inconsistent

June 4, 1987
98.55a "BERLINART Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Professor Donald Kuspit, Department of Art, SUNY Stonybrook, NY; Richard Calvocoressi, Keeper of Modern Art, National Gallery of Art, Edinburgh; Wolfgang Max Faust, Art Critic, Berlin
EXHIBITION: Berlinart 1961-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1451, June 4-September 8, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides) (Tape I, Side I: Kuspit lecture "Joseph Beuys's Mission"; Side II: Calvocoressi lecture "Georg Baselitz and the German Tradition" part I; Tape II, Side I: Calvocoressi lecture part II; Faust lecture "Art Today: West Berlin and West Germany" part I; Side II: Faust lecture part II)
SUMMARY: Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.54, 98.54D, 98.56, 98.56D, 98.57, 98.57D
DONOR: Department of Education

June 6, 1987
98.55b "BERLINART Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Professor Donald Kuspit, Department of Art, SUNY Stonybrook, NY; Richard Calvocoressi, Keeper of Modern Art, National Gallery of Art, Edinburgh; Wolfgang Max Faust, Art Critic, Berlin
EXHIBITION: Berlinart 1961-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1451, June 4-September 8, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (both sides) (Tape I, Side I: Kuspit lecture "Joseph Beuys's Mission"; Side II: Calvocoressi lecture "Georg Baselitz and the German Tradition" part I; Tape II, Side I: Calvocoressi lecture part II; Faust lecture "Art Today: West Berlin and West Germany" part I; Side II: Faust lecture part II)
SUMMARY: Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.54, 98.54D, 98.56, 98.56D, 98.57, 98.57D
DONOR: Department of Education

June 6, 1987
98.56, 98.56D "Berlin: The Implication of a Global Role"

PERSONALITY: Professor Michael Strmer
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Professor Michael Strmer, Historiches Institut, Universitat Erlangen
EXHIBITION: Berlinart 1961-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1451, June 4-September 8, 1987]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides); One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.54, 98.54D, 98.55a, 98.55b, 98.57, 98.57D
DONOR: Department of Education

June 15, 1987
98.57, 98.57D "Berlin: The Implication of a Global Role"

PERSONALITY: Professor Michael Strmer
PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Professor Michael Strmer, Historiches Institut, Universitat Erlangen
EXHIBITION: Berlinart 1961-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1451, June 4-September 8, 1987]
DATA: One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette (both sides); One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Question & answer session following lecture
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.54, 98.54D, 98.55a, 98.55b, 98.56, 98.56D
DONOR: Department of Education

June 15, 1987
98.58a "Bill Viola Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Donald Kuspit, Professor of Art, SUNY Stonybrook, NY; Gene Youngblood, Professor, California Institute of the Arts; Raymond Bellour, Director of Research, Centre National de Recherches Scientifiques
SPONSOR: Margot and John Ernst; New York State Council on the Arts
EXHIBITION: William Rau and the Railroad [MoMA Exh. #1456, July 2-September 29, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Video Viewpoints Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

October 19, 1987
98.58b "Bill Viola Symposium"

PLACE: The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, The Museum of Modern Art
PARTICIPANTS: Barbara London, Curator, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art; Donald Kuspit, Professor of Art, SUNY Stonybrook, NY; Gene Youngblood, Professor, California Institute of the Arts; Raymond Bellour, Director of Research, Centre National de Recherches Scientifiques
SPONSOR: Margot and John Ernst; New York State Council on the Arts
EXHIBITION: William Rau and the Railroad [MoMA Exh. #1456, July 2-September 29, 1987]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Video Viewpoints Symposium held in conjunction with exhibition
DONOR: Department of Education

October 19, 1987
98.59a "Stella, Then and Now"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, NYU
EXHIBITION: Frank Stella: Works From 1970-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1463, October 12, 1987-January 5, 1988]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.60
DONOR: Department of Education

November 5, 1987
98.59b "Stella, Then and Now"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Emily Kies, Associate Educator for Public Programs, Department of Education, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, NYU
EXHIBITION: Frank Stella: Works From 1970-1987 [MoMA Exh. #1463, October 12, 1987-January 5, 1988]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes
SUMMARY: Lecture given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.60
DONOR: Department of Education

November 5, 1987
98.60 "Rosenblum and Stella"

PERSONALITY: Robert Rosenblum
PARTICIPANTS: Frank Stella, artist; Robert Rosenblum, Professor of Fine Arts, NYU
EXHIBITION: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Lecture/discussion given in conjunction with exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: 98.59a, 98.59b; Please see Transcripts, Folder 45
DONOR: Department of Education

November 11, 1987
98.61a "Contemporary Art in Context: Points & Views Critics Panel"

PERSONALITY: Dick Oldenburg; Ingrid Sischy
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context Series
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Dick Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Moderator: Ingrid Sischy, Former Editor, Artforum magazine; Rosetta Brooks, Art Critic, Editor/Publisher of CG magazine; Arthur Danto, Johnsonian Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University; Kenneth Frampton, Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Kay Larson, Art Critic, New York Magazine; Alan Sekula, Director, Photography Program, California Institute of Arts; Amy Taubin, Film/TV Critic; Helene Wiener, Co-Owner, Metropictures Gallery, NY
SPONSOR: Supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (Tape I: both sides; tape II: side I only)
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality remains inconsistent throughout panel discussion

February 29, 1988
98.61b "Contemporary Art in Context: Points & Views Critics Panel"

PERSONALITY: Dick Oldenburg; Ingrid Sischy
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context Series
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Dick Oldenburg, Director, The Museum of Modern Art; Moderator: Ingrid Sischy, Former Editor, Artforum magazine; Rosetta Brooks, Art Critic, Editor/Publisher of CG magazine; Arthur Danto, Johnsonian Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University; Kenneth Frampton, Professor of Architecture, Columbia University; Kay Larson, Art Critic, New York Magazine; Alan Sekula, Director, Photography Program, California Institute of Arts; Amy Taubin, Film/TV Critic; Helene Wiener, Co-Owner, Metropictures Gallery, NY
SPONSOR: Supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes (Tape I: both sides; tape II: side I only)
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality remains inconsistent throughout panel discussion

February 29, 1988
98.62 "Jan Groover- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Jan Groover, artist
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Bobbie Duke, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Jan Groover, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collection
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 1, 1988
98.63 "Mark Tansey- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Mark Tansey
PLACE: The Museum of Modern Art
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Cynthia Spurdle, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Mark Tansey, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collection
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 1, 1988
98.64 "Elizabeth Murray- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Elizabeth Murray
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anna Marie Shapiro, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Elizabeth Murray, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collections re: Cézanne
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 1, 1988
98.65 "Nancy Spero- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Nancy Spero
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Frederieke Taylor, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Nancy Spero, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Committed to Print [MoMA Exh. #1473, January 31-April 19, 1988]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about her own work in current exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 1, 1988
98.66 "Leon Golub- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Leon Golub
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Anne Coffin, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Leon Golub, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Committed to Print [MoMA Exh. #1473, January 31-April 19, 1988]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about his own work in current exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Donald Sultan participated in this series, but tape is blank

March 1, 1988
98.67, 98.67D "Scott Burton- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Scott Burton
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Pine, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Scott Burton, artist, Professor of Art, NYU
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collection re: the Sculpture Garden
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 1, 1988
98.68 "Robert Longo- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Robert Longo
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Barbara Schwartz, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Robert Longo, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collection re: Abstract-Expressionism
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 3, 1988
98.69 "Justen Ladda- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Justen Ladda
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Jodie Eastman, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Justen Ladda, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk by artist about works in permanent collection re: Brancusi
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 3, 1988
98.70 "Terry Winters- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Terry Winters
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Pamela Heller, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Terry Winters, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk by artist about works in permanent collection re: James Ensor
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 3, 1988
98.71, 98.71D "Joseph Kosuth- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Joseph Kosuth
SERIES: Contemporary Arts in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Mike Harwig, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Joseph Kosuth, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collection re: Marcel Duchamp
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

March 3, 1988
98.72 "William Wegman- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: William Wegman
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Marco Pasanella, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; William Wegman, artist
SPONSOR: The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about works in permanent collection
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality is very poor, it is very difficult to understand the speaker

March 3, 1988
98.73 "Faith Ringgold- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Faith Ringgold
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Cee Brown, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Faith Ringgold, artist
SPONSOR: Supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Committed to Print [MoMA Exh. #1473, January 31-April 19, 1988]
DATA: One 90-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about her own work in current exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context
DONOR: Department of Education

NOTE: Sound quality inconsistent

March 4, 1988
98.74, 98.74D "Vito Acconci's talk"

SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Frederieke Taylor, member, Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art; Vito Acconci, artist
SPONSOR: Supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts; Contemporary Arts Council, The Museum of Modern Art
EXHIBITION: Vito Acconci [MoMA Exh. #1476, February 11-May 3, 1988]
DATA: Two 90-minute Standard Audio Cassettes; One 60-minute Standard Audio Cassette
SUMMARY: Gallery talk given by artist about his own work in current exhibition
RELATED MATERIAL: see index, Contemporary Art in Context, 98.77, 98.78
DONOR: Department of Education

March 4, 1988
98.75 "Sue Coe- Artists Gallery Talks"

PERSONALITY: Sue Coe
SERIES: Contemporary Art in Context
PARTICIPANTS: Introduction: Kathleen Westin, member, C