Boulder Artists' Guild records
Scope and Contents
The collection includes the constitutions and bylaws, membership lists, scrapbooks and photocopies of art pieces from 1923 through the early 1989.
- Creation: 1923 - 1989
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for access.
Conditions Governing Use
Limited duplication of materials allowed for research purposes. User is responsible for all copyright compliance.
4.5 linear feet (4 Boxes)
Language of Materials
Founded in 1925, the charter members of the Boulder Arts Guild were Myrtle Campbell, Eve Drewelowe, Ruey Hardisty, Gwendolyn Meux, Katherine Peers and John Renell. Virginia True and Muriel Sibel joined the guild several years later, drawing the group more closely to the University of Colorado's Fine Arts faculty. The guild's purpose was to encourage creative artists and to promote and advance the graphic and plastic arts. It presented public shows of its members work annually in Boulder. Special exhibits were circulated in other Colorado communities.
This collection is arranged into the following series I. Guild Organization Records II. Guild and Guild Member's Exhibitions III.Specific Artists' Materials IV. Scrapbooks V.Oversize
- Processed by: Colleen Nunn, July 1993 Edited by: Winglam Kwan, February 10, 2004 Edited by: James A. Thompkins, Jr., May 2006
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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Boulder Colorado 80503 United States