Found in 254 Collections and/or Records:
Composer and opera singer Billie Lynn Daniels lectured on 10/30/1984 (2015-0002/RR136 reel 1) (2015-0002/RR137 reel 2).
RR 136-137 Introduced by Edward O'Connor, Composer and opera singer Billie Lynn Daniels (RR 136-137) performs a sample program of what will late be performed in New York on November 18, 1984. William Zekel accompanies Daniels on lute and guitar and the program begins with Elizabethan music.
Novelist and literature professor William Demby lectured on 4/26/1983 (2015-0002/RR138).
RR 138 Hale Smith introduces speaker William Demby who spoke about a trip he had taken with his father the year before and the experiences that were shared during that trip.
Dancer Betsy Dickerson lectured on 11/7/1978 (2015-0002/RR139). Dickerson was one of the first Black dancers at Radio City Ballet and had a career in musical theater.
RR 139 Hale Smith provides some persoanl back ground and introduces Ms. Dickerson who speaks on her experience in Black musical theatre. Ms. Dickerson starts with her personal history and background with dance and writing.
Diction musical coach DuRell Echols lectured on 10/4/1983 (2015-0002/RR140).
RR 140 Hale Smith introduces DuRell Echols (professionally known as E. D. Echols). Mr. Echols questioned his identification as participating in the arts--he acknowledges that his career has been on the fringe of the arts. Echols spoke of his early childhood and exposure to the arts.
Painter Robert Freeman . Robert Freeman (painter and instructor) lectured on 10/31/1989 (2015-0002/AC8) and spoke about the themes in his work over a ten year period through the presentation of a slideshow.
Museum curator Barry Gaither lectured on 11/2/1971 (2015-0002/RR162). Barry Gaiter is the Curator of the Museum of the National Center of AfroAmerican Artists (Boston) also special consultant to the Boston Museum of Fine Art. His talk focused on contemporary Afro American artists, a little about himself and the Center.