Scalora, Salvatore, 1990 January 23
Scope and Contents
Leon Bailey provides an overview of the course and introduces Sal (Salvatore) Scalora, Director of the Atrium gallery (Dept of Art) on the Storrs campus. A visual artist, Professor Scalora discusses "self-taught" artists and shares images of their art on 1/23/1990 (2015-0002/AC18).
- 1990 January 23
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Biographical / Historical
Sal (Salvatore) Scalora graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts (1971) and the Art Institute of Chicago (sculpture). A professor of fine arts, Scalora was also a recipient of a Yale University visiting fellowship, Scalora was the Director of the Atrium Gallery, and later the William Benton Museum of Art, on the Storrs campus of the University. He is also the author of Home Alters of Mexico (1997), Outsider Art from Europe: A Selection of Works on Paper (1988).
1 Cassettes (Audio cassette tape recording) : AC 18 1 cassette, Side A-0:47:50, Side B-0:43:11. The combined run time of the digital recording is 1:30:56.
Language of Materials
From the Series: English
- Artists Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Black Experience in the Arts Course (University of Connecticut) -- Sound recordings Subject Source: Local sources
- Educators Subject Source: Fast
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