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Painted Bride Art Center records

Ms. Coll. 516

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the University of Pennsylvania. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Painted Bride Art Center.
Title:
Painted Bride Art Center records
Date [inclusive]:
1969-2002
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 516
Extent:
223 boxes
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Records comprise 6 series, the largest and most significant of which is the first: I. Exhibitions, Performances, Readings, and Events, 1970-2002 (125 boxes). Arranged alphabetically by artist/program, this series contains correspondence, publicity material, programs, funding material, and the like for each event or performance. The remaining series entail: II. Business Records, 1970-2002 (40 boxes); III. Grant Records, 1972-2002 (15 boxes); IV. Press Records, 1970-2000 (6 boxes); V. Audio Visual Records & Computer Records, 1970-2001 (29 boxes); VI. Miscellaneous Records, 1976-2000 (6 boxes).
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Painted Bride Art Center Records, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

The Painted Bride Art Center began in June of 1969 as a cooperative gallery of painters. It was located in Philadelphia in a former bridal salon on South Street, a dividing line between the affluent Society Hill section to the north and the struggling Black community below. Its success lay not only in its adhesion as a group but also in its ability to recognize other artists. This visionary group comprised Frank Vavricka, John Kammer, Gerard Givnish, and Deryl Mackie.

The Painted Bride has grown, since those early days, and become the primary venue for the emerging, independent, visual and performing arts in the greater Philadelphia region. Many of the characteristics for which the Painted Bride has become known were present in that original collective venture. A major contribution that the Art Center has made to the local arts community has been the provision of space itself, free of charge to featured performers and artists. It is a flexible space, able to accommodate the visual and plastic arts concurrently with performances of virtually all the lively arts. The Painted Bride defines its community as local, unaffiliated artists, or those who, due to the experimental or non-commercial nature of their work, are denied access to established theaters and galleries. To cultivate the growth of new ideas in this community, artists and performers of national and international stature are included in the program. The Bride’s program embraces both the avant-garde and the traditional and has always exhibited a multi-ethnic diversity. Its organizational structure and the design of its space, which places the audience on the same level as the performers on a non-proscenium stage and which is totally accessible to the physically handicapped, have always made the Bride’s program highly participatory.

During its first twelve years, the Painted Bride was housed in a rented storefront on Philadelphia’s South Street, an artists’ neighborhood, which at that time was experiencing a surge of commercial and residential development. In that small theater/gallery, the Art Center began programming the uninterrupted 160-event seasons for which it has since become known. It was during these years that the organization’s working structure emerged and was first tested. A formal Board of Directors was established in 1974, drafting the first by-laws and the application for incorporation as a non-profit organization. With the award of a CETA grant in 1977, the first paid staff was hired, with six employees taking responsibility for administration, theater management, promotion, fund-raising, and maintenance. A third major component of the Art Center’s operations that emerged during this period is a staff of artists-consultants, or artists active in their specific fields, who curate programs in various disciplines. This arrangement gives the Pained Bride inexpensive access to expert advice in specific areas, plus a group or representatives who are recognized in the field.

In 1982 the Painted Bride purchased and began renovation of a structurally-sound, 12,500 square-foot industrial space in Philadelphia’s Olde City, another neighborhood near Center City that has seen marked investment and redevelopment. Since the receipt of a $100,000 Challenge grant from the National Endowment of the Arts in 1984, a capital campaign has brought several improvements to the space, including construction of a separate, two-story gallery, an adjoining lobby, and a favorable restructuring of the Art Center’s mortgage. Half of the original space remains undeveloped, providing rental income and awaiting future development as a multi-purpose space.

Funding for the operation of the Art Center has come from every sector of the funding community, including the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the City of Philadelphia, the Pew Charitable Trust, local and national corporations and foundations, local small businesses, individuals, and members.

The Painted Bride Art Center is a non-profit organization, managed by artists. This presenting organization selects and produces regular series in music, dance, performance art, theater, poetry, art exhibitions, and video in a 45-week season. A literary quarterly and live radio jazz broadcasts are other activities that the Center brings to the community.

The Painted Bride’s program has kept pace with organizational and capital development as it has evolved over the years. The Art Center is among the charter members of the National Performance Network and represents the Mid-Atlantic region in the National Endowment for the Arts/Rockefeller Foundation- sponsored Grants Program for Interdisciplinary Artists. Other major program initiatives include:

* The Painted Bride Quarterly, founded in 1976, which features Philadelphia and national literary and visual artists;

* ADELANTE!, a celebration of Latin Arts, founded in 1988;

* KUMBA, featuring African-American creativity, founded in 1988;

* the establishment in 1987 of a formal Artist-in-Residence Program, which provides the general public with access to working artists;

* Voices of Dissent, a consortium of multi-cultural, community-based organizations who have joined together to explore the potential of the arts as a vehicle for social change, first held in 1987;

* the Popular Education Community Workshops, piloted in 1988, in which the Painted Bride Art Center acts as liaison between local artists and neighborhood groups, introducing the latter to the concept of the arts as a participatory organizing tool;

* a community Advisory Council, formed in 1986 and composed of leading artists and art administrators from the city’s Black, Hispanic and Asian communities, meets quarterly to assess the Art Center’s service to their constituencies;

* an ongoing relationship with ARTREACH (since 1986) with regard to a ticket-distribution program providing access to cultural events for disadvantaged or handicapped persons in the Delaware Valley/South Jersey region.

* a comprehensive Five-Year Plan, begun in 1989, targeting further program development, extending outreach and marketing initiatives to expand and build upon current audiences, maximizing existing physical facilities, and focusing on financial, personnel, and Board development.

The Painted Bride Art Center’s mission statements say all one needs to know about its history and future: “To stimulate creative activity, to promote public understanding and participation in the creative process, and to recognize the diversity of contemporary culture, primarily by presenting works of living artists through artist-selected programs in all disciplines” (1989). Further, the “Painted Bride works with artists to create and promote programs which affirm the intrinsic values of all cultures, the inspirational and healing of the arts and their ability to effect social change” (1999).

Performances at the Painted Bride Art Center include:

Dance: records include African tap, Ballet, clog tapping, Indian, Modern, and traditional Tap.

 Exhibitions: records include shows where books, ceramics, drawings, jewelry, paintings, and watercolors were exhibited in the Painted Bride Gallery.

 Film: records include educational movies, merely entertainment, and those with political agendas, like “Mumia.”

 Music: records include a diverse selection, from African, Afro-American, Afro-Cuban, Andean, Armenian, Bengalense, Blues, traditional and Country Blues, Cajun, Cambodian, Celtic, Country Western, Electronic, Folk – English Folk, Greek Folk, Irish Folk, Scottish Folk – Gospel, Indian, Indonesian, Jazz, American Jazz, Modern Jazz, Brazilian Jazz, Cuban Jazz, Latin Jazz, Jewish, Korean, Latin, Moroccan, New Wave, Nicaraguan, Persian, Puerto Rican, Rap, Reggae, Russian, Salsa, Scottish, Senegalese, Swing, Turkish. This is only a brief description of the music found in these records.

 Performance: records include a myriad of shows, such as clowns, drama, mimes, puppeteers and storytellers.

 Publications: record includes books published by artists or those associated with a particular show.

This is just a brief description and in no way represents all that the Painted Bride Art Center has done. The Bride is proud of its history of supporting groundbreaking contemporary artists who have the inspiration to present works that give audiences the chance to “See it. Feel it. Be it.” The Bride is Philadelphia’s only multi-disciplinary arts center that provides its audiences the unique chance to experience art in the most intimate setting in the region.

Scope and Contents

The Records of the Painted Bride Art Center at the University of Pennsylvania Library comprise the planning, development, and financial documents for its many programs and artists. The collection at large includes the records from the founding of the Painted Bride as a venue for Philadelphia artists in general, but not exclusively, to have a place to showcase their art. At the heart of this collection, however, are the performance records. They consist of 115 boxes and include catalogs; correspondence; performance flyers; programs; published and unpublished writings; postcards, promotional material; financial and legal records; and clippings covering performances held at the Bride or specific artists trying to showcase their acts in the hope to be granted an audience at the Bride. The Painted Bride Records is such that little of significance regarding the Bride is unavailable to the researcher at Penn.

According to its 1999 mission statement, the “Painted Bride works with artists to create and promote programs which affirm the intrinsic values of all cultures.” In light of that it makes sense for the University of Pennsylvania to be the home for the Painted Bride Art Center records, for Penn not only shares these ideals but like the Bride is invested in the surrounding Philadelphia community. Within its records one can easily find that many of the artists and supporters of the Bride came from the University of Pennsylvania family. The Bride, moreover, had ties with Temple, Drexel, and LaSalle Universities, as well as the Community College of Philadelphia. With the Bride’s connection to higher learning, it is not surprising that it also had ties to the local public schools of Philadelphia. For example, the Bride had a massive writing project with the West Philadelphia public schools, called the West Philadelphia Writing Partnership Program. School children were read poems by noted poets of the day, such as Sonia Sanchez, and then were asked hard questions about racism, sexism, and violence. The Bride not only brought art, in its various forms, to some of the most impoverished schools in the West Philadelphia area, but it gave a generation of children another way to cope and see the world around, not in black and white, but technicolor. It is clear by their art work and poetry that these children learned a new way to fight back against what they saw in the streets, they fought back in and with their art. With the aid of the Painted Bride the children wrote poetry filled with fear, pain, hurt and, yes even dreams, which the Bride had “bound.” This sense of accomplishment must have aided a generation of undereducated, devalued, and invisible children to feel the power that comes with being heard. The Bride also aided in taking back the city from gentrification and neglect, by targeting graffiti, and degrading walls. Once again, the Bride targeted the youth of Philadelphia, and mural paintings were commissioned all over the City, with the Bride nurturing, through generous grants.

In the Records are books of poetry, depicting life in Philadelphia for some who are disenfranchised: poor, undereducated, fearful, yet full of rage; and after seeing the pictures where emotions scream in crayon, where the monsters that haunt a child’s nightmare are real and can be found outside, in the neighborhood, I often wondered what became of some of these children. There was also a book of poetry by first generation high school students, who had to deal with racism, and sexism by everyone, including Black Americans, which was perplexing to these native West Indians and Africans. It seems that the Painted Bride was instrumental in reaching these children and got their innermost pain and conflict on paper, whether in the written form or in the pictures. The Painted Bride, run by artists, saved many things: from notes, to minutes from meetings, business records, financial records, incoming and outgoing correspondence. Correspondence, because it is relatively small, is interfiled within the performance records and not only shines a light on the changing art world: we see electronic and hip-hop music offered, as well as traditional jazz and folk. Along with the offering of ballet, tap and swing, moreover, we see the inclusion of break-dancing. The Bride’s performance files also show how society’s image of sexuality changes over three decades: from one that was still homophobic in the early 1970s, tolerant and accepting in the 1980s, and concerned and proactive in the 1990s with the planning of AIDS benefits. The Painted Bride Art Center was envisioned by artists as a venue to first and foremost showcase their art. It also became a place to nurture the next generation of artists: the world-renowned musician Indian tabla master Zakir Hussain, jazz virtuoso Dave Holland, and composer and musician Hannibal Lokumbe perform in the same season as newcomer Jill Scott. In the same season the dance community might find presentations by Philadanco, Moxie Dance Collective, and Flamenco Ole, alongside street Hip-Hop break dancers. The Bride is noted for presenting artists and performers that we have come to know; however, they also allow space for the emerging artist. The first series, which is an alphabetical set of files for the thousands of performers, artists, and events in the thirty-plus-year history, present a remarkable array of diverse talent and styles.

In the Painted Bride Art Center’s Business records, which comprise over fifty cartons, a researcher can find the initial notes considering a performance or exhibition to the financial records projecting the cost of said performance or exhibition to either the performance with its ticket and attendance records or the decision to discard the performance or exhibition. It may be decided that a show will not draw an audience and, therefore, will be passed over. It may be decided that there are no funds this season for another dance program or another music program. Of particular interest are the notes in the margins of the typed meeting-minutes. That is where one gets to see the personalities of the people behind the Painted Bride Art Center come to the forefront: what they may really think of a performer or artist, or even the other people at the meeting. There may even be some speculation as to why a show was really canceled, or an artist denied a performance or exhibition, scribbled in the margins of business minutes.

In the Painted Bride Art Center’s Grant Records, which comprise over twenty cartons, a researcher can find great examples of grant writing from former director, Gerry Givnish. Funding for the operation of the Art Center came from every sector of the funding community, including the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the City of Philadelphia, The Pew Charitable Trust, local and national corporations and foundations, local small businesses, individuals and members. A researcher combing these records will not only learn how the Bride was funded and by what granting organization, but moreover, he may learn how to write grants and obtain funding. These records are so detailed that after one thoroughly goes through these files, one might feel they have obtained an education in grant writing.

Another source a researcher may find very useful, are the five large boxes of photographs, found in the photograph series. The photograph records fill some of the gaps regarding the Bride’s run as Philadelphia’s premier art center. In these records a researcher will find 8x10" glossies of artists, head shots and body shots. There are also numerous photographs of the visual exhibitions held at the Bride. This is very important, since the collection does not contain any visual examples: like paintings, sculptures, jewelry, etc. The photographs allow the reader to be visual satisfied, where the performance, business and grant records attempt to capture an exhibition of visual art with words, the photographs allow you to see the image. The photographs act as a window in time and a researcher, by looking through the photographic records may be transported in time to the very moment when the exhibited at the Bride. Along with this, the Collection is replete with audio and video tapes of performances: dance, music, dramatic, as well as containing sheet music, play bills, and exhibit catalogs.

The Painted Bride also published its own journal, The Painted Bride Quarterly. Founded in 1973, as an independent, community-based literary magazine, published quarterly on the world wide web and annually in print,  Painted Bride Quarterly’s main agenda is to support regional and emerging artists. The  PBQ allows literary artists a venue to get their writings out to a larger, and more diverse audience, beyond the walls of Philadelphia. Getting your work printed in the  PBQ also allowed for greater opportunity to do readings all over the country. The  PBQ published Pulitzer prize winning poets such as Stephen Sunn, Yusef Komunyakka and Ruth Stone, along side such new talent as Nick Flynn and Major Jackson. Like the Art Center, the  PBQ’s philosophy is not to limit itself in terms of voice, school or genre; in fact, both the local and national writers  PBQ has published over the last three decades extend from the most traditional to language school explorations.  PBQ’s print annual is distributed nationally; their subscription base is international, and their website boosts an average of 18,000 hits a month. Although the  PBQ is not part of this collection, it can be found in Penn’s Ms. Coll. 517. The Painted Bride also created its own publishing house, Singing Horse Press, which published poetry, and prose from various artists. The Painted Bride, then, in its history and mission, has tried to bring art to the community at large, at the same time not limiting that definition of art: as the world around PBAC grows and changes, so to does its art.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2005

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Patricia D. Hopkins

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use; however, access to original audio/visual materials and computer files (located in Series V. Audio Visual Records & Computer Records) is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Purchased from the Painted Bride Art Center, 2003.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Correspondence
  • Financial records
  • Machine-readable artifacts
  • Photographs
  • Sound recordings
  • Video cassettes
Subject(s)
  • Alternative spaces (Arts facilities) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
  • Art
  • Artists
  • Artists--Middle Atlantic States
  • Arts centers--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia
  • Arts--Middle Atlantic States
  • Cultural programs--Middle Atlantic States

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Collection Inventory

I.  Exhibitions, Performances, Readings and Events, 1970-2002.

Series Description

Arranged alphabetically by artist/program, and then chronologically for each artist/program. Includes information about the artists or the art performed or exhibited at the Painted Bride Art Center. Items of incoming and outgoing correspondence concerning a specific artist or show are included in these records. Also includes information concerning grants and financial records pertaining to a specific artist or show. Further, the press clippings and kits used to promote a specific artist or show is interfiled in within these records. Still further, biographical sketches and professional information for a particular artist or group can also be found in these files. This series contains information regarding programs such as: Dance with the Bride; Jazz on Vine (Philadelphia’s longest, continually running jazz series); World Music; Performance in the Present Tense; and Gallery Exhibitions.

Please note that the form of artist or company name has been entered according to the form of the name established by the Library of Congress. This form may differ from what appears on correspondence or programs and announcements.

Box Folder

Abramson, Sue, 1988.

1 1

Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 1995.

1 2

Acosta, David, 1990.

1 3

Acosta, Minnie, 1992.

1 4

ActionAIDS, 1994.

1 5

ACUCCA Bulletin, 1984.

1 6

Adelante, 1988.

1 7

Afif, Fatimah, 1989.

1 8

Agapé Dancers, 1985.

1 9

Aïchi, Hourai, 1995.

1 10

AIDS / Arts Festival, 1988.

1 11

Akbar, Rashid Al, 1987.

1 12

Alagarin, Miguel, 2000.

1 13

Alberdeston, Jane Elizabeth, 1996.

1 14

Albo, Mike, 1989.

1 15

Alburger, Scott, 1989.

1 16

Alcalay, Ammiel, 1991.

1 17

Alegria, Eduardo, 1995.

1 18

Alexander, Cheryl, 1991.

1 19

Alexander, Elizabeth, 1989.

1 20-21

Alexander Evans Quintet, 1986.

1 22

Alfaro, Luis, undated.

1 23

Algarín, Miguel, 1986-2000.

1 24

Ali, Madeleine, 1995.

1 25

“Alien Nation”, 1999.

1 26

"All About Us", 1998.

2 27

"All Girl Network", 1986.

2 28

All Mighty Senators, 1991.

2 29

All-Star Quintet, 1985.

2 30

“All That! Hip Hop, Poetry & Jazz”, 1997.

2 31

“All True Creation is a Thing Born of Nothing”, 1989.

2 32

Allah Rakha, 1994.

2 33

Allen, Geri, 1992.

2 33

Allen, Heath, 1992.

2 35

Allen, Ina, 1989.

2 36

Allen, Samuel W., 1986-1988.

2 37

Allied Artists Bureau, 1985.

2 38

Allyn, Jerri, 1990.

2 39

Altan, 1990.

2 40

“Altars Divination & Icons”, 1992.

2 41-42

“Altars Divination & Icons”, 1992.

3 43-44

“Alternative Museum”, 1988.

3 45

Alumit, Noel, undated.

3 46

Always Singing & Popping Octet, 1990.

3 47

Amato, Micaela, 1992.

3 48

Amdur, Margery, 1986.

3 49

“American Clay Artists”, 1989.

3 50

“American Indian Community House”, 1989.

3 51

American Music Week, 1987.

3 52

American Poetry Review, 1997.

3 53

Amore, Mary Ann, 1984 or 1985.

3 54

Amos Eno Gallery, 1987.

3 55

Ampers & Magazine, 1973.

3 56

Andalusian Legacy, 1999.

4 57

Anderson, Nathalie, 1998.

4 58

Anderson, O. J., 1990.

4 59

Anderson, Ray, 1995.

4 60

Andrade, Edna, undated.

4 61

Andrews, Nancy, 1988.

4 62

Angle, Warren O., 1993.

4 63

Anima International, 1986.

4 64

Anna Crusis Women’s Choir, 1991-1993.

4 65

Annual Art Auction, 1992.

4 66

Annual Independent Curator’s Exhibition, 1995.

4 67

AnOther, 1989.

4 68

Ansill, Jay, 1993.

4 69

Anther, 1974.

4 70

Antler, 1991.

4 71

Aoki, Brenda Wong, 1992.

4 72

Aono, Kristine Yuki, 1993-1995.

5 73

Appel, David & Nicholas, Suzanne, 1992.

5 74

Aquí Me Quedo: An Organized Collage Through Our Voices and Eyes, 1995.

5 75

Arai, Tomie, 1998.

5 76

Arocho, Edwin, 1987.

5 77

Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble, 1988.

5 78

Art Auction, 1987-1991.

5 79-84

Art Auction, 1992, undated.

6 85-87

Art Emergency Coalition, 1989-1990.

6 88

Art for AIDS/Art for Change, 1999.

6 89

“Art N’ Stuff”, 1993.

6 90

“Art of Bookmaking”, 1988.

6 91

“Art Party and Auction”, 1989.

6 92

Artaud, Antonin, 1974.

7 93

Arthur Hall Afro-American Dance Ensemble, 1987.

7 94

Artist Gallery Forum, 1985.

7 95

“Artists & the Transformative Life of Art”.

7 96

“Artists Behind the Artist”, 1987.

7 97

Artists’ Guide to Philadelphia, 1991-1992.

7 98

Artists in Schools, Communities, 1988.

7 99

“Artists of South Philly”, 1990.

7 100

“Artists of West Philly”, 1990.

7 101-104

Artists Projects: The New York State Regional Initiative, 1994.

7 105

Artists’ Table Talk, 1977.

7 106

Arts and Business Council, 2002.

7 107

Ascher, Carol, 1989.

7 108

Ashenase, Alicia, 1993.

7 109

Ashley, Robert, 1989.

7 110

Asian Arts Initiative, 1993.

7 111

“Asian Experience in Philadelphia”, 1991.

8 112

Asociaciòn de Mùsicos Latino Americanos (AMLA), 1985-2002.

8 113-114

Assembled & Performed, 1992.

8 115

Association of Performing Arts Presenters, 2001.

8 116

“At Issue: Acting/Reacting – Conversations About Race and Identity”, 1998.

8 117

“At the Invitation of the Bride”, 1988.

8 118

Atkins,James, 1992.

8 119

Atsilut, 1997.

8 120

Augustine, Kevin, 1996.

8 121

Avalanche, 1989.

8 122

Avilles Enrique and Chung, Y. David, 1992.

8 123

Azzizz, 1997.

8 124

Bacchus, Winston Joe, 1986.

9 125

“Back Grounds: Autobiographical Statements”, 1988-1989.

9 126

Bag (Musical group), 1989.

9 127

Baharmast, Ardai, 1993.

9 128

Bailey, Michael, 1990-1991.

9 129

Baker, Houston A., 1989.

9 130

Baker, Margaret, 1988-1990.

9 131

Balken, Debra Bricker, 1994.

9 132

Ballester, Diógenes, 1995.

9 133

Baltimore Exchange, 1994.

9 134

Bambara, Toni Cade, 1990-1994.

9 135

Bamonte, Karen, 1995.

9 136

Banerjeee, Rina, 2001.

9 137

Banes, Sally, 1996.

9 138

Bang, Billy, 1990.

9 139

Banson-Shapiro, Renée, 1988.

9 140

Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 1992.

9 141

Barbara, Joan, 1986.

9 142

Barchus-Ferrari, Sara, 1990.

9 143

Barnes, Catherine, 1990.

9 144

Barnes, Norma Jean, 1995.

9 145

Barnes, Rachelle, 1987.

9 146

Barr, Tina, 1998.

9 147

Barreto, Ligia, 1989.

9 148

Barron, Farid, 1991.

9 149

Barron, Kenny with Burrs, Leslie, 1989.

9 150

“Barrymore Awards”, 1999.

9 151

Barshay, Bernard, 1988.

9 152

Barshay, Daniel, 1985.

9 153

Bartley, Collen, 1997.

10 154

Bass, Eric, 1988.

10 155

Bass, Fontella, undated.

10 156

Bassen, Anne, 1990.

10 157

Bassuk, David, 1989.

10 158

Bataan, Joe, 1999.

10 159

Battle of the Latin Bands, 1985.

10 160

Battlefield Band, 1986-1988.

10 161

Baum, Terry, 1989.

10 162

Bazell, Myra, 1998-2000.

10 163

Bears, Kim Y., 1988.

10 164

Beau Jest Moving Theatre, 1986.

10 165

Beavers, Herman & Doty, Mark, 1997.

10 166

Beck, Terry, 1994.

10 167

Beckley, Connie, 1991-1992.

10 168-170

“Being Young in the 90s”, 1997.

11 171

Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival 2000, 2000.

11 172

Benson, Tish, 1996.

11 173

Bensusan, Pierre. Guitarist, 1987-1988.

11 174

Berardi, Nick, 1986.

11 175

Berkowitz, Steven, 1986.

11 176

Bermudez, Jesse, 1986.

11 177

Berne, Tim, 1985.

11 178

Bernstein, Charles, 1989.

11 179

Bernstein, Ira, 1991.

11 180

Berrigan, Daniel, 1994.

11 181

“Best of It”, 1998.

11 182

Best of Philadelphia Folk, vol. II, 1990.

11 183

“Between A Laugh and A Hard Place”, 1996.

11 184

“Between the Crock”, 1992.

11 185

Beverley, Trazana, 1993.

11 186

Bey, Andy, 1990.

11 187

Bey, Yahya Sunni, 1989.

11 188

“Beyond Color”, 1998.

11 189

Bhatt, Vishwa Mohan, 1989.

11 190

Bibi Crew, 1995.

11 191

Bickley, Steve & Togut, Susan, 1992.

11 192

“Bidder’s Suite an Auction in IV Acts”.

11 193

Big, Bad, and Beautiful, 1999.

11 194

Big Mess Theater, 1990-1994.

12 195

Big Nite Out!, 1986-1987.

12 196

Big Small Theater, 1984-1987.

12 197

Billy Bang Quintet, 1986.

12 198

Billy Harper Quintet, 1986-1992.

12 199

Binari, 1993.

12 200

“Binding + Fire + Burn =”, 1999.

12 201

Bingham, Bob, 1992.

12 202

Birch, Willie & Voices from Mantua, 1992.

12 203

Bird, Tony, 1985.

12 204

Bissinger, Tom, undated.

12 205

Bita, Lili, 1988.

12 206

Black Maria Film & Video Festival, 1988.

12 207

Black Men Who Paint, 1998.

12 208

Black Rock Coalition, 1990.

12 209

Black Swan Quartet, 1986.

12 210

Blackman, Cindy, 1993.

12 211

Blagg, Max, 1988.

12 212

Blair, Christine, 1995.

12 213

Blake, John and Tap Team II, 1998.

12 214

Blake, Norman, 1984.

12 215

Blake, Ran, 1986.

13 216

Blanchard, John, 1988.

13 217

Blanchard, Terence & Donald Harrison Quintet, 1987-1993.

13 218

Blomain, Karen, 1988-1991.

13 219

Bloody Someday Production, 1996.

13 220

Bloom, Jane Ira, 1985-1990.

13 221

“Blue Dream in a Mirror”, 1998.

13 222

“Blue Paper Shoes”, 1990-1991.

13 223

Blues Function Melting Point, 1987.

13 224

Bluestein, Jemmy and Evo, 1991.

13 225

Bly, Robert, 1987.

13 226

Blythe, Arthur, 1991.

13 227

Bogle, Eric, 1985.

13 228

Bond, Pat, 1986.

13 229

“Book Design: Practical and Provocative”, 1988.

13 230

Book, Lynn, undated.

13 231

Bookbinder, Roy, 1989.

13 232

Boran, Pat, 1998.

13 233

Bose, Tanmoy, 1994.

13 234

Boullata, Kamal, 1991.

13 235

Bowman, Susan, 1987.

13 236

Braden, Miche, 1990.

13 237

Braschi, Giannina, 1989.

13 238

Brass Fantasy, 1991.

13 239

Brathwite, Howard Kamau, 1992.

13 240

Braun, Henry, 1989.

13 241

Braun, Mark, 1986.

13 242

Braunstein, Karen, 1995.

13 243

Bravo, Olga, 1986.

13 244

Braxton, Anthony with Crispell, Marilyn, 1991.

13 245

Brazell, Danielle, 1999.

13 246

Brazus, 1991.

13 247

Bread and Puppet Theater, 1992.

14 248

Brenman, Joseph C., 1988-1989.

14 249

Brennan, Patrick, 1988.

14 250

Breuker, Willem, 1993.

14 251

Bricolage, 1978-1988.

14 252

Bride Invitational - Gallery, 1996.

14 253

Bridgforth, Sharon, 1995.

14 254

Brolly, Michael, 2002.

14 255

Bride Unveils, 1998.

14 256

Bromberg, John, 1993.

14 257

Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1994.

14 258

Broom, William W., 1987.

14 259

Broudy, Saul Frederick, 1984-1988.

14 260

Brown, Edward K., II, 1991.

14 261

Brown, Greg, 1987-1992.

14 262

Brown, Jeff, 1987.

14 263

Brown, Jeff & Panetta, Judith, 1989.

14 264

Brown, Otis, 1988.

14 265

Brown, Rolly, 1986.

14 266

Browne, Zenele, 1990.

14 267

Brungard, Lori, 1994-1995.

14 268

Brutus, Dennis, 1986-1989.

14 269

Buckley, Timothy & Tyranny, Blue Gene, 1986.

15 270

Bucklin, Mary Ann, 1987-1988.

15 271

Buckner, Tom, 1993.

15 272

Buffenmyer, Luke, 1987.

15 273

Builders Association, undated.

15 274

Buraczeski, Danny, 1996.

15 275

Burden, Robert & Blake, John, 1998.

15 276

Burgess, Dana Tai Soon, 1993-1995.

15 277

Burke, Kevin, 1986-1987.

15 278

Burke, Ronald S., 1993.

15 279

Burrell, Dave, undated.

15 280

Burrows, Larry, 1986.

15 281

Burrs, Leslie, 1985.

15 282

Burton, Jill, 1988.

15 283

Bush, Duncan, 1988.

15 284

Bustamante, Nao & Fusco, Coco, 1998.

15 285

Butler, Renee, 1992.

15 286

Button, Rodent Clay, 1993.

15 287

BVA Computer Consortium, 1991.

15 288

Byer, Howard, 1987.

15 289

Bynum, Robert, 1994.

15 290

Byrans, Nena, 1988.

15 291

Byron, Don, 1990-1998.

15 292

Cafagna, Marcus, 1997.

16 293

Cahoon, Craig, 1992.

16 294

Cain, Jeff, 1983-1984.

16 295

Caine, Uri, 1998.

16 296

Calder, Jim, 1986.

16 297

Cale, David, 1989.

16 298

Cale, David, 1994.

16 299

California E.A.R. Unit, 1996.

16 300

“Call to Arms, Legs, Mouths And Minds”, 1991.

16 301

Camerata Opera Theater, 1980-1983.

16 302

Camp, Don, 1998-1999.

16 303

Campo, Rafael, 1996.

16 304

Canady, Page, 1985.

16 305

Canning, Elizabeth, 1991.

16 306

CAPA High School Jazz Ensemble, 1997.

16 307

Capana, Robert and Segal, Peter, 1990-1991.

16 308

Capawana, Sarah Lynn, 1987.

16 309

Capercaillie, 1988.

16 310

Carlisle Project, 1987-1990.

16 311

“Carnival Knowledge”, 2000.

16 312

“Carols in Color”, 1997.

16 313

La Carpa Aztlan, undated.

16 314

Carrera, Stewart A., 1992.

16 315

Carrillo, Anthony, 1993.

17 316

Carroll, Kenneth, 1996.

17 317

Carson, Michael, undated.

17 318

Carter, James, 1994.

17 319

Carter, Jared, 1985-1991.

17 320

Carthy, Martin, 1984-1988.

17 321

Cary, Lorene, 1999.

17 322

Cassells, Cyrus, 1991.

17 323

Catalyst, 1985.

17 324

Cathcart, Sarah, 1990.

17 325

Cavalieri, Grace, 1992.

17 326

C. C. M. Percussion Ensemble, 1986.

17 327

Celano, Chris, 1986.

17 328

Central American Refugee Action (CARA), undated.

17 329

Certainty Symphony, 1989.

17 330

Chacabuco, 1984.

17 331

Chakravarty, Ajoy, 1994.

17 332

Chambers, Joe, 1984-1993.

17 333

Champagne, Lenora, 1985.

17 334

Champlin, Linda, 1993.

17 335

Chand, Nek, 1998.

17 336

Chandralekha, 1994.

17 337

Chang, George, 1986.

17 338

Charles Carol High School Art Festival, 1999.

17 339

Charles, Dennis, 1988.

17 340

Charles, Melisande, 1988.

17 341

Chatterjea, Ananya, 1998.

17 342

Chaudhuri, Swapan, 1986.

18 343

Chaurasia, Hariprasad, 1988-1990.

18 344

Chavez, Humberto, 1988.

18 345

Cheap Art Café, 1987.

18 346

Chen, Hsueh-Tung, 1993.

18 347-349

Cheng, Susan, 1987.

18 350

Chermin, Roni, 1986-1987.

18 351

Chiao-Ping, Li, 1992.

18 352

Chicago Repertory Dance Ensemble, 1990.

18 353

Childers, Dennis J., 1992.

18 354

“Children of Cambodia / Children of War”, 1993.

18 355

Children’s Theatre, 1984.

18 356

Chin, Justin, undated.

18 357

Chin, Marilyn, 1998.

18 358

Chin, Woon Ping, 1987-1993.

18 359

Chinese Cultural Activities, 1977.

19 360

Chinese Folk Dance Co., 1994.

19 361-362

Chong, Ping, 1990.

19 363-364

Choy, Peggy, 1993.

19 365

Chremos, Asimina, 1995.

19 366

Christophe, Robert, 1997.

19 367

Chuma, Yoshiko, 1987.

19 368

Chung, Y. David, 1991.

19 369

Chusit, Sonia, 1993.

19 370

Ciaccio, Maureen, 1992.

19 371

Cinema Guild, 1987.

19 372

Cinque, Chris, 1991.

19 373

“Circle Unbroken is a Hard Bop”, 1992.

19 374

Circus of Heaven Orchestra, 1987.

19 375

City Poems, 1973.

20 376

Clark, Jesse, 1986.

20 377

Clark, Jimmy, 1985.

20 378

Clark, Tom, 1995.

20 379

Clark, Laurie Beth, 1988.

20 380

Clark, Mark Douglas, 1993.

20 381

Clay Studio Gallery, 1988.

20 382

Cleaver, Randall, 2000.

20 383

Clifford Jordan Big Band, 1992.

20 384

C.M.P. Productions, 1987.

20 385

“Coalition for Community Development & the Arts”, 1993.

20 386

“Coalition vs. PBS Censorship”, 1994.

20 387

Coda, 1975.

20 388

Cohen, Alice Eve, 1995.

20 389

Cohen, Amy, 1991.

20 390-391

Cohen, Jano, 1988.

20 392

Cohen, Linda, 1987.

20 393

Cohen, Marion Deutshe, 1990.

20 394

Cohen, Phyllis Claire, 1987.

20 395

COLAB Production, 1987-1988.

20 396

Cole, Carol, 1993.

20 397

Coleman, Connie and Powell, Alan, 1985.

20 398

Coleman, Steve, 1999.

20 399

Coleman, Steve with Five Elements, 1992.

20 400

Coleman, Wanda, 1998-1999.

20 401

Colley, Don, undated.

20 402

Collective Enterprises, 1989.

21 403

Colosky, Randy, 1990.

21 404

Colson, Adegoke Steve, 1991.

21 405

Commissioning Music, 1984.

21 406

Community Day, 1995.

21 407

Community Poetry Benefit, 1985.

21 408

Community Women’s Education Project.

21 409

Conceptual Clothing, 1989-1990.

21 410-411

Concert for Peace in the Middle East, 1994.

21 412

Condé, Carole and Beveridge, Karl, 1987.

21 413

Condé, Maryse, 1998.

21 414

“Construction in Multiple Hues”, 1998.

21 415

“=Con=struct=ures=1985=”, 1985.

21 416

Contact, 1973.

21 417

“Contemporary Czechoslovak Posters”, 1992.

21 418

“Contemporary Hungarian Samizdat”, 1990.

21 419

“Contemporary Viewpoints: Pertaining to Duchamp”, 1988-1999.

21 420

Contraband, 1992.

21 421

Cook, Donald, 1990.

22 422

Cook, Susana, 1999.

22 423

Cooney, Michael, 1989.

22 424

Corbin, Gary, undated.

22 425

Cornell, Ed, 1986.

22 426

Cortez, Jayne, 1987.

22 427

Cory, Jim, 1986-1989.

22 428

Cossu, Scott, 1985.

22 429

Cotter, Kevin, 1987.

22 430

Council of All Beings, 1991.

22 431

Cowans, Adger W., undated.

22 432

Cox, Anthony, 1993.

22 433

Cox, Rene, 1998.

22 434

Cranbourne, Nancy and Dobrowolski, Patti, 2000.

22 435

“Crayon Tears – Los Niños”, 1988.

22 436

Creating a Difference, 1993.

22 437

Creation Production Co., 1987.

22 438

Creative Access, 1997.

23 439

“Creative Collaborations”, 1999.

23 440

Crispell, Marilyn, 1998.

23 441

Cromar, William, 2000.

23 442

“Crossings”, 1998.

23 443

“Crosstown”, 2000.

23 444

“Cuba: USA”, 1993.

23 445

Culture Clash, 1990-1991.

23 446

Cummin, Knox, 1994.

23 447

Cummings, Blondell, 1984.

23 448

Cunningham, Charles, 1988.

23 449

Cunningham, Johnny, 1985.

23 450

Cunningham, Phil, 1988.

23 451

Curchack, Fred, 1985.

23 452

Curran, Alvin, 1991.

23 453

Cuyjet, Manon, 1998.

23 454

Cyrille, Andrew, 1986-1991.

23 455

Czury, Craig, 1987-1990.

23 456-457

“Dada Again”, 1988-1999.

24 458

Dahomey, Shebah, 1987.

24 459

Dalby, Russ, 1984.

24 460

Dalkiliş, Dinçer, 1985.

23 461

D’Amico, John, 1986-1988.

24 462

Damon, Betsy, 1985.

24 463

Dance & Story, 1996.

24 464

Dance & Technology Symposium, 2000.

24 465

Dance Camp, 1995-1998.

24 466

Dance Festival, 1992.

24 467

Dance Fusion, 1989.

24 468

Dance Roundtable, 1996.

24 469

Dance II: Black America, 1995.

24 470

Dance / USA, 1989-1998.

24 471

DanceTeller, 1989-1993.

24 472-473

Dara, Olu, 1985.

25 474

Dark Bob, 1986.

25 475

Dark Room Collective, 1998.

25 476

Darrow, Diane, 1990.

25 477

Darvish, 1988.

25 478

“Darwin in Chains”, 1986.

25 479

Datar, D. K. with Ghate, Vijay, 1992.

25 480

Davenport, Michael and Wolstenholme, George, 1987.

25 481

David Holland Quintet, 1985.

25 482

David Murray Octet, 1991.

25 483

David Murray Trio, 1990.

25 484

Davis, Guy, 1994.

25 485

Davis, Sara, 1996.

25 486

Davis, Thulani, 1987.

25 487

“Day of the Poet: Word-Wide”, 2000.

25 488

“Day Without Art”, 1992.

25 489

Declaration 21: Building with Universal Human Rights, 1999.

25 490

“Defining the Edge", 1996.

25 491

“Defining the Edge: Confronting the Next Millennium”, 1997.

25 492

“Defining the Edge: Fashion Extravaganza”, 1996.

25 493

Definity Group, 1988.

25 494

De Jonnette, Jack, 1998.

25 495

De Jong, Constance, 1988.

25 496

De Joseph, Anthony, 1992-1993.

25 497

Delakova, Katya, 1988.

25 498

De Laballade, Carmen, 2000.

25 499

Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association, 1985.

25 500

Delgado, Michelle, 1999.

25 501

DeMarco, Joe, 1985.

26 502

Demonstration Against War In Central America, 1986.

26 503

dePalma, Linda, 1985-1986.

26 504

De Rita, Domenic, undated.

26 505

Derricotte, Toi, 1990.

26 506

Desheilds, Marlenéa, 1988.

26 507

Desht, Martin J., 2000.

26 508

De Spain, Kent & Dworkin, Leslie, 1998.

26 509

Deutsche, Rosalyn, undated.

26 510

De Wit, Margot, 1989.

26 511-512

De Wit, Mary, 1995.

26 513

“Dey Double Dutch”, 1988.

26 514-515

Dias-Porter, Joel, 1996.

26 516

DiBlasio, Denis, 1993.

26 517

DiFalco, Jerry, 1990.

26 518

Diggs, Jennie, 1996.

26 519

DiGiorgio, Joseph, 1987.

26 520

“Digital Dreams”, 1989-1990.

27 521-522

“Digital Vision, Digital Voice”, 1995.

27 523

DiMaio, Lori, undated.

27 524

Dinh, Linh, 1986.

27 525

Discrimination. . .Sometimes I Feel a Little Angry, 1992.

27 526

D.C. Afro Cuba Society Ontonowa, undated.

27 527

“Divas”, 1999.

27 528

Dlugos, Tim, 1985.

27 529

Dr. Loco’s Rockin’ Jalapeño Band, 1993-1996.

27 530

Dobkin, Jess, 1999.

27 531

“Doin’ Dance”, 1996-1998.

27 532

Dormer, Edward A., 1993.

27 533

Dorsey, Court, 1985.

27 534

Dow, Trina, 1992.

27 535

Drexel University Television, 1996.

27 536

Drogoul, Laure, 1989.

28 537

Drueding, Richard, 1990.

28 538

Dryer, Ann, 1997.

28 539

Duchamp, Marcel: Tribute, 1987.

28 540

Dugan, Mike, 1988.

28 541

Dukes of Destiny, 1989-1990.

28 542

Dunn, Douglas, 1988.

28 543

Dunn, Stephen, 1998.

28 544

Dunya Performing Arts Company, 1996.

28 545

Dunye, Cheryl, 1992.

28 546

DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1989.

28 547

Duplex Planet, 1991.

28 548

DuPree, James, 1987.

28 549

Dura, Thom, 1984-1987.

28 550

Dworkin, Leslie, 1995.

28 551

Dyer, Ann, 1997.

28 552

Dyson, Karyn, 1993.

28 553

East Coast Inter-Arts Ensemble, 1985.

28 554

East Side Art Association, 1989.

28 555

Echeverria, Patricia Villalobos, 1993.

28 556

Edgar Bateman Sextet, 1992.

28 557

Edmonds, Walter, 1992.

28 558

EDO (Band), 1990.

28 559

Educational Programming, 1998.

28 560

Ehret, Billy, 1988-1990.

28 561

Ehrhart, W. D., 1987.

28 562

Ehrlich, Marty, 1987.

28 563

8 Bold Souls, 1989.

28 564

80 Langton Street 1981-1982, 1982.

28 565

Eiko and Koma, 1994.

29 566

Either/Orchestra, 1990.

29 567

El, Anwar H. Azim, 1991.

29 568

El Salvador Exhibition Committee, 1983.

29 569

Elam, Mike, undated.

29 570

Electrical Matter, 1990.

29 571

Electronic Arts Intermix, 1987.

29 572

“Elements of Style”, 1998.

29 573

Elevator Repair Service, 2000.

29 574

Elkins, Doug, 1999.

29 575

Ellis, Thomas Sayers, 1993-2000.

29 576

Ellsworth, Angela, 1994.

29 577

Elovich, Richard, 1988.

29 578

Ely, Roger & Smith, Ian, 1988.

29 579

Emerging Korean Choreographers, 1999.

29 580

Emery, James, Guitarist, 1997-1998.

29 581

Encounter Records, 1989.

29 582

ENJA - All Stars, 1993.

29 583

EQ Zak, 1986.

29 584

Erie Art Museum, 2002.

29 585

Eshe, Aisha, 1991.

29 586

Espada, Martín, 1992-1994.

30 587

Esposito, Michael, 1988.

30 588

Estep, Maggie, 1994.

30 589

Esteves, Sandra Maria, 1990.

30 590

Eubanks, Robin & Steve Terre Quinte, 1989.

30 591

Evans, Alexander, 1984.

30 592

Evans, Leon, 1997.

30 593

Evans, Mari, 1989.

30 594

Evans, Rob, 1997-2000.

30 595-596

Evant, Orrin, 2000.

30 597

“Even the Sounds are Blue”, 1989.

30 598

“Ever Green – Ever Ready”, 1985.

30 599

Everett Dance Theatre, 1996.

30 600

“Everybody Dances”, 1998.

30 601

“Evolution: Instinct vs. Society”, 1995-1996.

30 602

Evore, Cesaria, 1995.

30 603

Ewart, Douglas, 1986.

30 604
Ewha Fashion Design Collection, 1993.
Note

See oversize.

30 605

Exit Art (Gallery: New York, N.Y.), undated.

30 606

“Experience Philadelphia”, 2000.

30 607

Experimental Television Center, 1991-1992.

30 608

“Extraordinary Art: Beyond the Museum”, 1998.

30 609

“Faces of the Lecumi”, 1999.

30 610

“Fanciful Fools: Night in Havana”, 1990.

30 611

Farah, James, undated.

30 612

Fashion Show, 1996.

30 613

Fast Folk Philadelphia, 1988.

30 614

Fasteau, Zusaan Kali, 1989.

30 615

Faulkner, John, 1987.

30 616

Fauntroy, Hazelita, 1986-1987.

30 617

Fay, Ming, 1994.

31 618

Feather, Neil, 1990.

31 619

Fein, May Ellen, 1988.

31 620

Fellechner, Uta, 1984-1985.

31 621

Fenley, Molissa, 1988.

31 622

Ferguson, Maynard, 1994.

31 623

Ferrar, Sheryl “Atuta.”, 1985.

31 624

Ferrell, Rachelle, 1988.

31 625

Ferris, John, undated.

31 626

Festival Mythos, 1991.

31 627-628

Festival of Indonesia, 1991.

31 629

Festival of New Performance, 1997.

31 630

Festival of New Performance III, 1997.

31 631

Festival Production, Inc., 1995.

31 632

Fetterman, Rob, 1987.

31 633

Fiddle Fever, 1985.

31 634

Field, 1997-1998.

31 635

“Field Day: The Field”, 1996-1998.

31 636

“Field Exchange", 1998.

32 637

“Fieldwork”, 1998.

32 638

Figueroa, David, 1998.

32 639

“Figures into Landscapes Horizontals", 1997.

32 640

Figures of Speech Theater, 1988-1989.

32 641

Fillip, Joyce, 1988.

32 642

Fink, Cathy, 1985.

32 643

Finkle, Harvey, 1987-1997.

32 644

Finley, Karen, 1989-1997.

32 645-646

Firewall Festival, 1993.

32 647

1st New York Book Fair, 1974.

32 648

Fisher, Archie, 1985.

32 649

Fisher, Ellen, 1995.

32 650

“Five Alive”, 1997.

33 651

“Five on the Black Hand Side”, 1996.

33 652

“5 Solocal”, 1988.

33 653

Flirtations, 1994.

33 654

Floeter, Kent, 1991.

33 655

Flor de Caña, 1989.

33 656

Floreen, Brandi, undated.

33 657

Floyd, Ruth Naomi, 1994.

33 658

Fools Night Out, 1986-1990.

33 659

Fools Night Out in Havana, 1984-1990.

33 660-661

Ford, Ricky, 1987-1992.

34 662

Foreman, Ronlin, 1986.

34 663

Forman, Ellen, 1988.

34 664

Forti, Simone, 1999.

34 665

Fortunato, June, 1992-1993.

34 666-669

Fortune, Sonny, 1984-1985.

34 670

Fourth World Ensemble, 1993.

34 671

Fowler, Tanya Tammie La’Verne, 1990-1994.

34 672

Fox, Terry, 1999-2000.

34 673

Frank Lowe Quintet, 1986.

35 674

Frankel, Nance E., 1985-1986.

35 675

Franklin, Angela, 1995.

35 676

Franklin Learning Center High School, 1994.

35 677

Freeman, Chico, 1990.

35 678

Freifeld, Nina, undated.

35 679

“Fresh Blood”, 2000.

35 680

Fried, Joshua, 1988.

35 681

Fringe Festival, 1997-2001.

35 682

Frith, Fred, 1989.

35 683

Frog Brunch, 1982.

35 684

Front Lawn, 1989.

35 685

Froot, Dan, 1995.

35 686

Fry, Dave, 1988.

35 687

Full Circle Inter- generational Theater, 1988.

35 688

Fusco, Coco, 1995.

35 689

Gaitán, María Elena, 1998.

35 690

“Gala Visual Arts”, 1991.

35 691

Gala, Tom, 1990.

35 692

Galambos, Franklin S., undated.

35 693

Galante, Gloria M., 1992.

35 694

Galás, Diamánda, 1993.

35 695

Gallery Programing, 1996-1998.

36 696

Galligan, Carol, 1988.

36 697

Galo Family, 1987.

36 698

Ganelin Trio, 1986.

36 699

Gannes, Nehassaiu de, 1993.

36 700

“Garden for the Bride”, undated.

36 701

Garion, Charles R., 1990.

36 702

Garon, Len, undated.

36 703

Garr, Michael, 1988-1989.

36 704

Gary Vosbein Quartet, 1990.

36 705

Gasparian, Djivan, 1994.

36 706

Gault, Billy, 1984 or 1985.

36 707

Gay And Lesbian Arts, 1988-1989.

36 708

Gayle, Charles, 1988-1991.

36 709

Gee, Marie, 1985-1986.

36 710

Geiser, Janie, 1985.

36 711

Geitz, Sarah, 1991.

36 712

Geleta, Greg, 1988.

36 713

“Gender State”, 1993.

36 714

George Barron Quartet, 1992.

36 715

George, Barry, 1989.

36 716

George, Janet A., 1994.

36 717

Georges, Danielle Legros, 1996.

36 718

Gholson, Eva, 1988.

37 719

Gibson, Dave, 1988.

37 720

Gibson, Jon, 1988.

37 721

Gibson, Jon and Topf, Nancy, 1998.

37 722

Gilens, Todd, 1991-1994.

37 723

Gillette, Louise, 1999.

37 724

Gilmore, Brian, 1996.

37 725

Ginebra, Nelson J., 1994.

37 726

Ginsberg, Allen, 1990.

37 727

Giordano, Phil, 1987.

37 728

Giordano, Steve, 1984 or 1985.

37 729

Giorno, John, 1977.

37 730

Giovanni, Greg, 1988-1990.

37 731

Giovanni, Nikki, 1994.

37 732

Giraud, Tiyé, 1994.

37 733-734

Giraud, Tiyé, 1994.

38 735

Givnish, Gerry, 1980.

38 736

Glass, Philip, 1988.

38 737

Gleaner, 1992.

38 738

Goldman, Jon, 1988.

38 739

Goldstein, Malcolm, 1986.

38 740

Golia, Vinny, 1991.

38 741

Golijov, Osvaldo, 1991.

38 742

Gomez-Peña, Guillermo, 1993.

38 743

Gone with the Field, undated.

38 744

Gonzalez, Jerry, 1991.

38 745

González, Jose & Ragazzi, Claudio, 1991.

38 746

Goodman, Sharon Leonard, 1990.

38 747

Goodrich, Patricia, 1989.

38 748

Gorka, John, 1988-1993.

38 749

Gorn, Steven, 1986.

38 750

Gospel Concert, 1984 or 1985.

38 751

Goss, Linda, 1989.

38 752

Gossett, Hattie, 1992.

38 753

Gottschild, Hellmut, 1995-2000.

38 754-755

Graef, Thomas F., 1990.

38 756

Graney, Pat, 2001.

39 757

Grant, Jarus J., 1993.

39 758

Grant, John, 1986.

39 759

Graves, Bradford, 1985.

39 760

Gray, Elaine, 1989.

39 761

Gray, Spalding, 1985-1987.

39 762

Great Small Works, 2000.

39 763

Greater Philadelphia Regional Review, 1988.

39 764

Greenberg, Neil, 1996-1999.

39 765

Greenberger, David, 2000.

39 766

Greenpeace USA, 1995.

39 767

Gregson, Barbara, 1985.

39 768

Grigsby, James, 1985.

39 769

Grilikhes, Alexandra, 1986-1991.

39 770

Grillo, Paul, 1984.

39 771

Grimes, Delvin, 1996.

39 772

Gross, Linda Lorrie, 1994.

39 773

Grothusen, Michael, 1993.

39 774

Group Motion Company, 1994-1999.

39 775-776

Grupo Afrocuba, 1996.

40 777

Grupo Aymara, 1988.

40 778

Grupo Contadores de Estórias, undated.

40 779

Grupo Cultural Zero, 1991.

40 780

Grupo Tran Chan, 1991.

40 781

Gruppe Fine (Musical group), 1990.

40 782

Guergue, Marguerite, 1995-1997.

40 783

Guerin, Joan and Conell, Ed, 1985.

40 784

Guerra, Tonio, 1988.

40 785

Guerrero, David Diaz, 1991.

40 786

Guggenheim, Amy, 1986.

40 787

Gullo, Chris, 2000.

40 788

Guttman, Alisa, 1988.

40 789

Haas, Leo, undated.

40 790

Hachivi, Edgar Heap of Birds, 1993.

40 791

Haden, Charlie, 1984 or 1985.

40 792

Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata, 1984-1993.

40 793

Hal, Russell NRG Ensemble, 1991-1992.

40 794

El Hakawati Theater Co., 1989.

40 795

Hakmoun, Hassan, 1989-2000.

40 796

“Hakobi/Carriage”, 1999.

40 797

Haines, Julia, 1987-1991.

40 798

Halikias, Pericles, 1985-1986.

41 799

Hallo Funkin’-Ween, 1997.

41 800

Halton, Katherine G., 1989.

41 801

Hamilton, Chico, 1994.

41 802

Handy, W. C., 1987.

41 803

Hanging Loose, 1974.

41 804

Hankins, Abraham Peter, undated.

41 805

Hannah, David, 1986.

41 806

“Hannibal, Come Blow Your Horn!”, 1997.

41 807

Harler, Allan, 1984 or 1985.

41 808

Harris, Craig, 1985-1999.

41 809

Harris, Jahmae, 1998.

41 810

Harris, Rennie, 1995-1997.

41 811-812

Harris, Valerie, 1985.

41 813

Hartford, John, 1988.

41 814

Hartog, Diana, 1985.

41 815

Hartnett, Gerald, 1993.

41 816

“Have Nots”, 1990.

41 817

Hay, Deborah, 1997-1999.

41 818

Hayes, Laura, 1991-1993.

41 819

“Healing Arts”, 1995.

41 820

Headlong Dance Theater, 1995-1997.

42 821-822

Heard, Terry, circa 1988.

42 823

Hearts on Wings, 1989.

42 824

Hellas New Classicists, 1990-1991.

42 825

Helm, David, 1989.

42 826

Helzner, Robyn, 1985-1986.

42 827

Heminway, Gerry, 1997.

42 828

Hemphill, Essex, 1989-1990.

42 829

Hemphill, Julius, 1993.

42 830

Henderson, David, 1994.

42 831

Henderson, Joe, 1991.

42 832

Henderson, Maurice B., 1989.

42 833

Henderson-Holmes, Safiya, 1993.

42 834

Henigan, Julie, 1989.

42 835

Henkels, Marin, 1989.

42 836

Henson, Lance, 1992.

42 837

"Here and Now Program", 1996.

42 838

Hernandez, Horacio, 1995.

42 839

Hershey, Laura, 1998.

42 840

Hewlett Gallery, 1993-1994.

43 841

Hicks, John, 1988.

43 842

Hidalgo, Giovanni, 1992-1993.

43 843

Higby, Sha Sha, 1998.

43 844

High Performance Magazine, 1985-1986.

43 845

High Wire Artist’s Incorporated, 1991.

43 846

“Highlights of Independent Images”, 1993.

43 847

Hill, Andrew, 1994.

43 848

Hill, Michael, 1987.

43 849

Hillman, Baba, 1994.

43 850

Hillman, Grady, 2000.

43 851

Hinson, Glenn, 1987.

43 852

Hirokazu, Fukawa, 1994.

43 853

Hitchcock, Charles, 1990.

43 854

Hittite Empire, 1996.

43 855

Ho, Fred Wei-han, 1987-1992.

43 856-857

Hobbs, Johnnie, Jr., 1984 or 1985.

44 858

Hoch, James, 1990.

44 859

Hodge, Christopher, 1982-1983.

44 860

Hodian, John, 1990.

44 861

Hoffman, Yuni, 1985.

44 862

Holiday, Juanita Berry, 1984 or 1985.

44 863

Holland, Barbara A., 1973.

44 864

Holland, Dave, 2000.

44 865

Hollen-Bolmgren, Donna, 1993.

44 866

Hollis, Payer, 1985.

44 867

Hom, Mei-ling, 1994-1995.

44 868

“Homeless Vehicle Project”, 1989.

44 869

Homler, Anna, undated.

44 870

Hon, Isabel, 1995.

44 871

Hong, Yun-ah, 1993.

44 872

Hongo, Garrett Kaoru, 1999.

44 873

Hopkins, Fred with Murray, Diedre, 1989.

44 874

Höricke, Friedrich, 1985.

44 875

Horiuchi, Glenn, 1993.

44 876

Horn, Stuart, 1981.

44 877

Horton, Lester, 1994.

44 878

Horvitz, Wayne, 1988-1989.

44 879

“Hot Days. . .Cool Nights”, 1992.

44 880

Hot Mouth, 1998.

44 881

“How to Stop a War”, 1991.

44 882

Howard, Eugene, 1986.

44 883

Hruby, Patricia, 1986.

44 884

Huayucaltia, 1989.

44 885

Hughes, Holly, 1990-1993.

44 886

Hull, Andrea, 1992.

44 887

Humano, 1989.

45 888

Hunka, George, 1987.

45 889

Hunter, Paula, undated.

45 890

Hurlin, Dan, 1996.

45 891

Hussain, Zakir, 1987-1999.

45 892-896

Hustep, Joan, 1988.

45 897

Hwang, Koosil-ja, 1997.

46 898

Hwangbo, Imi, undated.

46 899

Hyman, Lateifa-Ramona L., undated.

46 900

Ice De Lyricist, 1992.

46 901

Icebreaker, 1992.

46 902

Ickstadt, Leanore, 1995.

46 903

ImageWeavers, 1995.

46 904

“Images & Words: Artists Response to AIDS”, 1990.

46 905

Impossible Industrial Action, 1990-1992.

46 906-907

“In Search of the Woo”, 1983-1984.

46 909

“Incarceration: Two Perspectives”, 1995.

46 910

Incelli, Marisa, 2000.

46 911

Independent Choreographers Exchange (ICE), 1993-1994.

47 912-913

Independent Eye, 1994.

47 914

Indigo, 1988.

47 915

InLiquid.Com, 2000.

47 916

“Inner Politics”, undated.

47 917

Interact Theatre, 1995.

47 918

Intergalatic Jewish Festival, 1997-1998.

47 919-920

International Dictionary of Modern Dance, undated.

47 921

Interplay Ensemble, 1985.

47 922

Interweave (Musical group), 1987.

47 923

Intuitive Music Unit, 1990-1992.

47 924

Inuit Musicians Resource Project, 1985.

47 925

“Invited”, 1996.

47 926

Irving, Robert Lee, III, 1998.

47 927

Iturbide, Fernando, 1986.

47 938

Iverem, Esther, 1985.

47 929

Ivrim Boundary Crossers, 1995.

48 930

Ivrim Festival, 1995.

48 931-932

Iyabunmi, Omomola, 1992.

48 933

Izu, Mark and Masaoka, Miya, 1996.

48 934

Jackson, Homer, 1989-1991.

48 935-936

Jackson, Judith Alexa, 1991.

48 937

Jackson, Laura, 1991.

48 938

Jackson, Major, 1997.

49 939

Jackson, Merilyn, 2000.

49 940

Jackson, Ronald Shannon, 1985-1992.

49 941

Jackson, Steven, 1990-1991.

49 942

Jackson, Theresa J., 1991-1992.

49 943

Jackson-Jarvis, Martha, 1989.

49 944

Jaffe, Jeanne, 1995.

49 945

Jaffna, 1993.

49 946

Jaja Matsimela, 1987.

49 947

Jamal, Khan, 1987.

49 948

Jamieson, Gale, 1997.

49 949

Japanese Language School, undated.

49 950

Jasraj, Pandit, 1992.

49 951

Jazz Composers Forum, 1996.

49 952

Jazz Educators Journal, 2000.

49 953

“Jazz on Vine”, 1997-1998.

49 954

Jenkins, Leroy, 1992.

49 955-956

Jennings, Adrienne, 1996.

49 957

Jennings, Regina, 1986.

49 958

Jenoure, Terry, 1989.

49 959

Jesurum, John, 1990.

49 960

Jewis, Jesse Jane, 1990.

49 961

Jewish-German Dance Theater, 1986.

49 962

Joanne Brackeen Trio, 1989.

50 963

Johanson, Patricia, 1991.

50 964

John Hicks Trio, 1986.

50 965

Johnson, Phillip, 1985.

50 966

Johnston, William J., 1989.

50 967

Jones, Cynthia Howard, 1993-1994.

50 968

Jones, Elvin, 1991-1993.

50 969

Jones, Joy E., 1995.

50 970

Jones, Rhodessa, 1992.

50 971

Jones, Willie “Ashcan”, 1987.

50 972

Jordan, Richard S., 1995.

50 973

Jordan, Sheila, 1988-1991.

50 974

Jordcirkus, 1986.

50 975

Jowitt, Deborah, 1997.

50 976

Joy Unlimited Youth Mass Choir, 1995.

50 977

Judd, Kirk, 1993.

50 978

Julye, Vanessa, 1992.

50 979

June Bug Nite, 1986.

50 980

Junebug Productions, Inc., 1989-1991.

51 981

“Just Above Midtown”, 1985-1987.

51 982

Kaboodle Productions, 1989.

51 983

Kahdija, Mama, 1990.

51 984

Kahn, Faye, 1986-1992.

51 985

Kahn, Faye and Sepinuck, Paula, 1994.

51 986

Kahn, Stanya, 1999.

51 987

Kaldor, Connie, 1987.

51 988

Kanagawa, Hiso, 1988.

51 989

Kane, Mary Pat, 1986-1988.

51 990

Kariya, Hiroshi and Hayaski, Masumi, 1995.

51 991

Kaufman, Barrie, 1995.

51 992

Kawai, Roko, 1995-1999.

51 993-994

Kaye, Pooh, 1990.

52 995

Kearns, Richard, 1991.

52 996

Keelaghan, John, 1990.

52 997

Keita, Nzadi Zimele, 1986.

52 998

Keith, Jourdan, 1990.

52 999

Kelly, John, 1998.

52 1000

Kendall, Robert, 1992.

52 1001

Kenney, Annson, 1987.

52 1002

Kenney, Maurice, 1985.

52 1003

Kertess, Klaus, 1989.

52 1004

Kessler, Jack, 1995.

52 1005

Kessler, Miriam, 1990.

52 1006

Keyl, Caden, 1989.

52 1007

Khan, Ali Akbar, 1986.

52 1008

Khan, Ashish, 1995.

52 1009

Khan Jamal Quartet, 1986-1989.

52 1010

Khan, Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali, 1994.

52 1011

Khan, Sabri, 1994.

52 1012

Kieserman, Andrea, 1992-1993.

52 1013

Kigozi, Barbara, 1996.

52 1014

Kiki & Herb, 2001.

52 1015

Kingsessing Morris Men, 1991.

52 1016

Kippax, J. and Breslin, J. Roberts, 1985-1986.

52 1017

Kips Bay Celi Band, 1994.

52 1018

Kirchhoff, Madli, 1989.

52 1019

Kirkwood, Carla Claire, 1997.

52 1020

Kleinberg, Susan, 2002.

52 1021

Klemmer, Jan, 1989-1990.

52 1022

Klion, Jenny Tucker, 1989.

53 1023-1024

Kloetzel, Melanie, 1998.

53 1025

Knight, Etheridge, 1988.

53 1026

Kobuta, Shigeko, 1987.

53 1027

Koehn, Annalée, 1990-1994.

53 1028-1029

Kollage Magazine, 1988.

53 1030

Komunyakaa, Yusef, 1994-2000.

53 1031

Korea Society, 1998.

53 1032

Kornbluth, Josh, undated.

53 1033

Kornog, 1985-1986.

53 1034

Kotik, Charlotta, 1993.

53 1035

Krejcar, Joan E., undated.

53 1036

Krieckhaus, Steven, 1993-1997.

53 1037

Krok, Peter, 1987.

53 1038

Kuby, Alison, 1994.

53 1039

Kujenga Pamoja Festival, 1996.

53 1040

Kurup, Shishir, undated.

53 1041

Kushner, Steven Samuel, 1986.

53 1042

Kwong, Dan, 1998-1999.

53 1043

La Bance, Sharyn, 1988.

54 1044

Lacy, Jennifer, 1995.

54 1045

Lacy, Steve, 1997-1998.

54 1046

Laib, Roger, 1988.

54 1047

Lake, Oliver, 1991-1994.

54 1048

Lakota Sioux Dance Theatre, 1995-1996.

54 1049

Lange, Susan, undated.

54 1050

LaPorta, Tina, 1993.

54 1051

Larkin, Patty, 1992-1993.

54 1052

Larson, Gary O., 1997.

54 1053

Last Poets (Group), 1993.

54 1054

Latin American Artists, 1985.

54 1055

Latin American Guild for the Arts, 1994.

54 1056

Latin American Music Association (AMLA), 1988.

54 1057

Latin Pop, 1986.

54 1058

Latino Theatre Festival, 1996.

54 1059

Laviera, Tato, 1986-1988.

54 1060

Lavin, Christine, 1990.

54 1061

Lavin, Jon M., 1985.

54 1062

Lawson, Robert, 1993.

54 1063

Layton, Gregory, undated.

54 1064

Lazy Fair, 1974-1975.

54 1065

Le Foll, Alain, undated.

55 1066

Le Roy, Daniel, 1995.

55 1067

Leach, Yvonne D., 1991-1992.

55 1068

Leacraft, Betty, undated.

55 1069

Leaders, 1988.

55 1070

Lee, Anna Maria, 1987.

55 1071

Lee, Grace Mi-Hee, 1999.

55 1072

Lee, Sara, 2000.

55 1073

Leeway Foundation, 1998.

55 1074

Lefkovitz, Karen, 1994.

55 1075

Legacy, 1993.

55 1076

Legiardi-Laura, Roland, 1991.

55 1077

Lehrer, Warren, 1995.

55 1078

Leibovitz, Harvey and Young, George, 1985.

55 1079

Leister, Elizabeth, 1993.

55 1080

Leningradskiĭ ansambl’- dzhazovoĭ muzki, 1987.

55 1081

Leo, Jamie, 1988.

55 1082

Leonard, Devin, 1986.

55 1083

Leonard, Xavier, 1990-1993.

55 1084

Lesbian Videos, 1998.

55 1085

Leslie, Kevin & Killian, Scalapino, 1996.

55 1086

Levin, Elliot, 1986-1998.

55 1087

Levin, Harriet, 1998.

55 1088

Levine, Philip, 1989.

55 1089

Levine, Rozanne, 1990.

56 1090

Levinski, Michelle, 1992.

56 1091

Levitt, Daniel, 1990-1991.

56 1092

Levy, Stacy, 1993.

56 1093

Lewis, Jessie Jane, 1986-1990.

56 1094

Lewitzky, Bella, 1994.

56 1095

Limón, José, 1997.

56 1096

Lindsay, Arturo, 1986.

56 1097

Link, Lisa & Speranza, Carolyn, 1995.

56 1098

Linn, Shanna, 1987.

56 1099

Lipman, Jennifer B., 1999.

56 1100

Little, Geraldine Clifton, 1984.

56 1101

Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, 1991.

56 1102

“Local Arts Showcase”, 1983.

56 1103

Loewenstein, Daniel F., 1986-1991.

56 1104

Longmarch Jazz Academy, 1986.

56 1105

Loo, Jeff, 1999.

56 1106

López, Julia, 1994.

57 1107

Lorde, Audre, 1993.

57 1108

Lorenz, Hillary S., 1994.

57 1109

Los Angeles Poverty Department, 1989-1991.

57 1110-1111

Lost Art of Puppet, undated.

57 1112

“Lost Places / Last Things”, 1990.

57 1113-1114

“Lost Trails of the Black Cowboy”, 1985.

57 1115

Lovano, Joe, 1994.

57 1116

Lowe, Allen with Knepper, Jimmy, 1991.

57 1117

Lucas, Phil, 1989.

57 1118

Luecking, Juliana, 1990.

57 1119

Luff, Elizabeth, 1985-1986.

57 1120

Luna, James, 1994.

57 1121

McAnally, Mary Ellen, 1987.

57 1122

McBride, Christian, 1990.

57 1123

McCabe, Patricia, 1990.

57 1124

McCallum, Bradley, undated.

57 1125

McCandless, Paul, 1984.

58 1126

M’Carver, Kimberly, 1991.

58 1127

McCauley, Robbie, 1988.

58 1128

McCoy, Katie, 1986.

58 1129

McCoy, Pat, 1993.

58 1130

McCratchy, Debby, 1986.

58 1131

McDonald, Rod, 1986.

58 1132

McGann, Eileen, 1991.

58 1133

McGinnis, Christine, undated.

58 1134

McGoran, Maeve, 1990-1991.

58 1135

McGrath, Michael O’Neill, 1995.

58 1136

McGrath, Thomas, 1987.

58 1137

“Machina Non Composmentis”, 1984-1985.

58 1138

McIwaine, Ellen, 1987.

58 1139

McIntosh County Shouters, 1987.

58 1140

McKee, Louis, 1986-1989.

58 1141

Mackie, Deryl Daniel, 1998.

58 1142

McKim, Elizabeth, 1985-1990.

58 1143

McKinney, Dan, 1986.

58 1144

McKinney, Harold, 1990.

58 1145

McLean, Jackie, 1988.

58 1146

McMillan, Brenda F., 1999.

58 1147

McMurtrie, Chico, 1989-1993.

58 1148

McNichol, Jane, 1985.

58 1149

Madden, Peter, 1994.

58 1150

“Magical Deer”, 1988.

58 1151

Mahlathini with Mahotella Queens, 1992.

58 1152

“Mail Order Bride”, 1984.

58 1153

Main Line Inter- denominational Choir, 1988.

58 1154

Majumdar, Tejendra Narayan, 1994.

58 1155

Makihara, Tosh, 1986.

58 1156

Mal Pelo, 1994.

58 1157

Malanga, Gerard, 1995.

58 1159

Maldonado, Adál Alberto, 1989.

59 1159

Malpede, John, 1984.

59 1160

La Mama Theater, 1986-1987.

59 1161

“Man Made: Fabricating Masculinity”, 2000.

59 1162

Mangus, Kirk, 1988.

59 1163

Mann, Beth, 1997.

59 1164

“Many Faces of Jazz”, 1993.

59 1165

Marcus, Richard, 1986.

59 1166

Maredi, Selaelo, 1985.

59 1167

Margins, 1975.

59 1168

Marks, Victoria, 1992.

59 1169

Marlon Simon Quintet, 1995.

59 1170

Marom, Bavat, undated.

59 1171

Marquis, David, 1986.

59 1172

Marriage Made In Heaven, A, 1998.

59 1173

Martin, Dan, and Biello, Michael, 1983-1999.

59 1174

Martin, Dan, and Fox, Terry, 1983.

59 1175

Martin, Eugene, 1991-1992.

59 1176

Martin, Nina, 1988.

59 1177

Martinez, Dionisio D., 1998.

59 1178

Martino, Pat, 1995.

59 1179

“Maryland Biennial 1985: Painting & Sculpture”, 1986.

59 1180

Masapollo, Tom, 1986.

59 1181

Masters of Percussion II, 1996.

59 1182

Mathers, Joyce, undated.

60 1183

Matthews, Harriette Lane, 1991-1992.

60 1184

Maubrey, Benoît, 1990.

60 1185

Mauleón, Rebeca, 1999.

60 1186

Mayson, Trapeta, 1998.

60 1187

Mayson, Trapeta and Sudler, Monnette, 1999.

60 1188

“Media Blitz”, 1987.

60 1189

Media Library Catalog, 1986.

60 1190

Medina, Richard, 1996.

60 1191

Medina, Tony, 1991.

60 1192

Meer, Ameena, 1994.

60 1193

Meet the Artists, 1996.

60 1194

Meier, Yvonne, 1997.

60 1195

Melamed, Dan, 1986.

60 1196

Melford, Myra, undated.

60 1197

Mellon Jazz Festival, 1988.

60 1198

“Memory & Transformation”, 1998.

60 1199

Menard, D. L., 1986.

60 1200

Mercado Cultural II, 2000.

60 1201

Mercurio, Mitchell, 1987.

60 1202

Meridian Writer’s Coop, 1994.

60 1203

Merry Bride, 1993.

60 1204

“Mexican Journeys Myths, Magic and Mummies”, 1992.

60 1205

“Mexican Masks / New Myths”, undated.

60 1206

Michael, Ann, 1985.

60 1207

Michael, Ray & the Cosmic Krewe, undated.

60 1208

Microscopic Septet, 1989.

61 1209

MidAtlantic Artist List, 1993.

61 1210

Middlebrooks, Phyllis, 1974.

61 1211

Middleton, Middie, 1984-1990.

61 1212

Miles Davis Radio Series, 1990.

61 1213

Miles, Vicki, 1999.

61 1214

Miller, Bebe, 1999-2000.

61 1215

Miller, Bill, 1990.

61 1216

Miller, Tim, 1990-1993.

61 1217

Minas (Musical group), 1985-1991.

61 1218

Miner, Allyn, 1994.

61 1219

Mingus Dynasty, 1992.

61 1220

Minich, Anne, 1985.

61 1221

Mintz, Ann, 1985.

61 1222

Mir, Claudio, 1995-1997.

61 1223

Mirikitani, Janice, 1994.

61 1224

Mitchell, Saddie, 1994.

61 1225

Mock Turtle: Marionette Theater, 1991.

61 1226

Moja, Januwa, 1994.

61 1227

“Mojo for the New Millennium”, 1998.

61 1228

Mojsilov, Zoran, 1994.

62 1229

Moloney, Mick, 1985-1986.

62 1230

“A Moment for Ancestors”, 1999.

62 1231

Momenta, 1986.

62 1232

Monmenta Art Alternatives, 1990-1991.

62 1233

Moncur, Grachan, 1994.

62 1234

Monday Night Big Band, 1996.

62 1235

Monk, Meredith, 1988-1991.

62 1236

Montgomery, Melinda, 1996.

62 1237

Moondoc, Jemeel, 1985.

62 1238

Moore, Frank, 1987.

62 1239

Mooser, Michael, 1988.

62 1240

Moran, Kate, 1996.

62 1241

Moran, Robert, 1986.

62 1242

Moreira, Airto, 1992.

62 1243

Morelli, François, 1989.

62 1244

Moritz, Dennis, 1990.

62 1245-1246

Morris, Laurence Butch, 1986-1992.

63 1247-1248

Morris, Tracie, 1994.

63 1249

Morris, Wilber, 1986.

63 1250

Morrissey, Bill, 1991-1992.

63 1251

Mosier, Charlie J., 1986-1995.

63 1252

Moss, Brian C., 1993.

63 1253

Moss Rehabilitation Hospital, 1987.

63 1254

Moss, Thylias, 1994.

63 1255

Moss-Vreeland, Robert, 1985.

63 1256

Movement Research, Inc., 1995-1998.

63 1257-1258

Movement Theater International, 1986.

64 1259-1260

Mulgrew, Anne Marie, 1993.

64 1261

Mullen, Harryette Romell, 1992.

64 1262

Muller, Warren, 1998.

64 1263

“Multiple Dialogues”, 1993.

64 1264

Mum Puppet Theater, undated.

64 1265

Los Muñequitos de Matanzas, 1992-1997.

64 1266

Munford, Chris, 1988.

64 1267

Mura, David, 1996.

64 1268

Mura, David and Pate, Alexs D., 1994.

64 1269

Murray, David, 1992.

64 1270

Murray, Diedre, 1998.

64 1271

Musall, John, 1991.

64 1272

Muse 10th Anniversary Seminar Day, 1988.

64 1273

Muse 20th Anniversary, 1997.

64 1274

Muse 25th Anniversary, 1997.

64 1275

Music In Motion, 1994-1995.

65 1276

Music Makers, 1990-1991.

65 1277-1278

Music Theater Group, Inc., 1995.

65 1279

Le Musique des Peulhs de Senegaal, 1987.

65 1280

Musto, Russ, 1989.

65 1281

Myers, Amina, 1988-1994.

65 1282

Myra Melford Trio, 1992.

65 1283

Nacer, Amuni, 1991.

65 1284

Nagarajan, Mysore, 1991.

65 1285

“Names in the Cosmic Ocean”, 1985-1986.

65 1286

Namysłowski, Zbigniew, 1987.

65 1287

“Narratives”, 1994.

66 1288-1291

National Arts Stabilization Journal, 2000.

66 1292

National Performance Network, 1990-1994.

66 1293-1296

National Tap Dancing Day, 1997.

67 1297

National Traveling Exhibitions Program Feasibility Study, 1989.

67 1298

National Women’s Theater Festival, 1998.

67 1299

Native Indian / Inuit Photographers Association (NIIPA), 1987.

67 1300

“Nature Preserve”, 1993.

67 1301

Neal, Rome, 1989-2000.

67 1302

Necdet Yaşar Ensemble, 1990.

67 1303

Network for New Music, 1984-1990.

67 1304

NetworkArts Alliance, 1991-1994.

67 1305

Neu, Jim, 1984 or 1985.

67 1306

Neuhas, Itty, undated.

67 1307

New African Griots, 1992-1994.

67 1308

New Arts Consultation Series, 1991.

67 1309

New Emage, 1986.

67 1310

New Forms Regional Grant, 1992.

67 1311

New Music Across America, 1992.

67 1312

New Performance Group of the Cornish Institute, 1995.

67 1313

“New Traditions: Thirteen Hispanic Photographers”, 1989.

67 1314-1315

New Winds, 1990.

68 1316

New Works, 1985.

68 1317

Nguy~ên, Phong, 1985.

68 1318

Niedzialek, Terry, 1988-1991.

68 1319

Niedzialkowski, Stefan, 1986.

68 1320

Niemela, Kimberly, 1992-1993.

68 1321

Night Flight, 1985.

68 1322

Nightcrawlers, 1984-1985.

68 1323

Ninth Street Theater, 1992.

68 1324

Nishikawa, Lane, 1991.

68 1325

No World Improvisation, 1995.

68 1326

Non-Public Dance Party, 1995.

68 1327

Norgard, Sam-Karen, undated.

68 1328

Norris, John, 1987.

68 1329

North Philadelphia, 1989.

68 1330

“Northern California Small Works Show”, 1983.

68 1331

Novick, Billy, 1985.

68 1332

Nowell Sing We Clear, 1987.

68 1333

Nu Quintet, 1986.

68 1334

Nueva Luz, 2001.

68 1335

Nuyrorrican Poets’ Café, 1992, 1996.

68 1336-1337

Nye, Naomi Shihab, 1985.

68 1338

O’Brien, Adele, 1989.

69 1339

O’Connor, Kevin, 1987.

69 1340

O’Day, Kevin, 1998.

69 1341

O’Keefe, John, 1990.

69 1342

O’Neal, John, 1940 - and Newman, Naomi, 1985-1994.

69 1343-1347

O’Neill, Bill, 1994.

69 1348

O’Neill, Kevin, 1997-1998.

69 1349-1350

Odadaa!, 1989.

69 1351

ODC - Oberlin Dance Collective, 1990.

69 1352

Odean Pope Trio, 1990.

69 1353

“Off the Wall: Graffiti Writers”, 1999.

70 1354

Ogborn, Michael James, 1986.

70 1355

Okafor, Austino, 1999.

70 1356

Olds, Sharon, 1997.

70 1357

Olejarz, Harold, 1989.

70 1358

Oleszko, Pat, 1987-1994.

70 1359

Olson, Toby, 1989.

70 1360

“On the Q-Tip: Queer Queer Artists Presents”, 1994.

70 1361-1362

Onda Latina, 1998.

70 1363

“Open Ateliers”, 1989.

70 1364

“Open Studios”, 1988.

70 1365

“Open Studios”, 1989-1999.

71 1366-1372

Opieleski, Valerie, 1990-1991.

71 1373

Opus I Contemporary, 1992.

71 1374

Oquendo, Manny, 1996.

71 1375

Ordinaires, 1987, 1990.

71 1376

Orlandersmith, Dael, 1998.

71 1377

Osayande, Jeannine Lee, 1994.

72 1378

Oshagh Ensemble, 1989.

72 1379

Osorio, Pepón & Soto, Merian, 1989-1991.

72 1380

Ostroushko, Peter & the Mando Boys, 1987.

72 1381

“Other Bloods”, 1996.

72 1382

Ott, Gil, 1981-1989.

72 1383

Our Living Legacy, 1990-1991.

72 1384

Our Time Is Now, 1989.

72 1385

“Out of Eastern Europe: Private Photography”, 1989.

72 1386

Oyama, Susan, undated.

72 1387

Ozone Orchestra, 1986.

72 1388

Packer, Eve, 1986.

72 1389

“Painted Bride: School 33 Exchange Show”, 1986.

72 1390

Painted Bride 25th Anniversary Celebration, 1994.

72 1391

“Painted Bride: Visual Arts”, 1983-1984.

72 1392

PBAC Annual Review, 1996-1997.

72 1393

Painted Bride Art Center Event, 1987-1990.

72 1394-1396

Painted Bride Art Center Event, 1991-2000.

73 1397-1402

Painted Bride Art Center Performance, 1970-1973.

73 1403-1407

Painted Bride Art Center Performance, 1974-2000.

74-81 1408-1460

Painted Bride Art Center: At the Bride, 1985-1991.

81 1461-1466

Painted Bride Art Center: Performance Guide, 1992-1994.

81 1467-1470

Painted Bride Art Center: Performance Guide, 1995-2000.

82 1471-1481

Painted Bride Group, 1972.

82 1482

Palaia, Franc, 1992.

82 1483

Palmieri, Eddie, 1998.

82 1484

Palumbo, Robert, 1990-1992.

83 1485

Panama, Teddy, Jr., 1992.

83 1486

Paone, Peter, undated.

83 1487

Paradox, 1990.

83 1488

Park, Sang-Won, 1987.

83 1489

Parker, Errol, 1988.

83 1490

Parker, Jennifer, 1992.

83 1491

Parker, Zulma González, 1991.

83 1492

Parkerson, Michelle, 1986-1995.

83 1493

Patterson, Nadine M., 1997.

83 1494

Patterson, Raymond R., 1986.

83 1495

Paul Dresher Ensemble, 1986.

83 1496

Paxton, Tom, 1993.

83 1497

“Peace Tools Project”, 1986.

83 1498

Peang, Koung, 1984.

83 1499

Pearson, Jean E., 1989.

83 1500

Pearson, Ted, 1992.

83 1501

Peasley, Ralph, 1987.

83 1502

Peditto, Christopher, 1986.

83 1503

Pedretti, Mike, 1987.

83 1504

Pennsylvania Ballet, 1997-1998.

83 1505

Pennsylvania Museum of Art, 1989.

83 1506

Pennsylvania Presenters, 1999.

83 1507

Pennsylvanians With Disabilities, 1999.

83 1508

Penzi, James and Branca, Glenn, 1984.

83 1509

Perdomo, Willie, 1996.

83 1510

Perelman, Ivo, 1994.

83 1511

Perez, Danilo, 1998.

84 1512

Pérez, Ruby Neida, 1994.

84 1513

Perkins, Wil, 1992-1998.

84 1514-1515

Perron, Wendy, 1993.

84 1516

Perry, Aaren Yeatts, 1985-2000.

84 1517

La Pestileria, 1987.

84 1518

Peterhoff, 1986-1990.

84 1519

Peterson, Marvin Hannibal, 1987-1998.

84 1520-1522

Peterson, Ralph, Jr., 1991.

84 1523

Pew Fellowships in the Arts, 1994-1995.

84 1524

Phil Woods Quintet, 1998-1999.

84 1525

Philadelphia Art Now, 1990.

84 1526

“Philadelphia Celebrates the Arts”, 1990.

84 1527

“Philadelphia Clay Regionals”, 1992.

85 1528

Philadelphia Committee for the Homeless, 1994.

85 1529

Philadelphia Dance Company, 1985-2000.

85 1530-1532

Philadelphia Dance Projects, 1994.

85 1533

Philadelphia “Day Without Art”, 1995.

85 1534

Philadelphia Dramatists Ctr, 1994-1995.

85 1535

Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays, 1994.

85 1536-1537

Philadelphia Fringe Festival, 1997-1998.

85 1538

Philadelphia Galleries: Information for Artists.

85 1539

Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, 1987.

85 1540

Philadelphia International Festival, 1993.

85 1541

Philadelphia Jazz Composer Forum, 1995-1996.

85 1542

Philadelphia Music Project, 1990-1992.

86 1543-1544

Philadelphia Tap Reunion: Honoring LaVaughn Robinson, 1993.

86 1545-1546

Philadelphia Trio, 1990-1993.

86 1547

Philadelphia Working Fund for Artists with AIDS/HIV, 1994.

86 1548

Philadelphia Writing Partnerships, 1993-1994.

86 1549-1552

Philadelphia Writing Partnerships, 1995-1996.

87 1553-1556

Philadelphians, 1985.

87 1557

Philips, Utah, 1987.

87 1558

Phillips, John, 1991.

87 1559

Phillips, Robert, 1992-1993.

87 1560

Philly Clowns, 1988.

87 1561

Philly Connection Band, 1988.

87 1562

Philmont-Opera-Company, 1988.

87 1563

Philomel, 1980-1981.

87 1564

Phong Nguyen Ensemble, 1994.

87 1565

Photo Exhibition, 1988.

87 1566

Photo Review, 1986.

87 1567

Photography Sesquicentennial Project, 1989.

87 1568

Pickett, Lenny with Borneo Horns, 1989.

87 1569

Pico, Wilson, 1991.

87 1570

Pig Iron Theatre Company, 1999.

87 1571

Ping, Chin Woon, 1991.

87 1572

Pitt, Leonard, 1988.

87 1573

Pizzollo, Sissy, 1994.

87 1574

“Planet Balance”, 1990.

87 1575

Platt, M.

87 1576

Play Works Company, 1985-1989.

87 1577

Los Pleneros de la 21, 1988.

87 1578

“Poe Project”, 1997.

87 1579

“Poetry, Hip-Hop, and Jazz”, 1997.

87 1580

“Poets & Prophets”, 1985-1986.

87 1581

Point Breeze Performing Arts Center, 1993-1995.

88 1582

Polak, Maralyn Lois, 1985-1989.

88 1583

Polisar, Barry Louis, 1973, 1988.

88 1584

Pollitt, Bob, 1985.

88 1585

Pollock, Bruce, undated.

88 1586

Pomo Afro Homos, 1991-1992.

88 1587

Pomoja, Kugenga, 1996.

88 1588

Ponce, Daniel, 1986.

88 1589

“Poon by Four”, 1984.

88 1590

Poole, Thomas, 1996.

88 1591

Pope, Odean, 1987-1995.

88 1592

Pope. L, William, 1990.

88 1593

Popular Education Community Workshops, undated.

88 1594

Porter, Claire, 1994.

88 1595

Portman, Julie A., 1989.

88 1596

Posmontier Bros. Quintet, 1986.

88 1597

Posner, Richard, 1987.

88 1598

Post Modern Am. Pilipino Project, 1999.

88 1599

Post, Robert, 1995.

88 1600-1601

Potter, Mary, 1994.

89 1602

Powell, Kevin, 1994.

89 1603

Praise & Worship Chorale, 1994.

89 1604

Pratt, Sonia L., 1994-1995.

89 1605

“Precious Objects”, 1997.

89 1606

Pregones Theatre, 1992.

89 1607-1608

Presman, José, 1986.

89 1609

Preston, David Lee, 1986.

89 1610

Previte, Bobby, 1997.

89 1611

Price, Peter, 1993.

89 1612

Price, Ron, 1988.

89 1613

“Printmakers Who Make Prints”, 1986.

89 1614

Prints in Progress, 1985-1990.

89 1615

“Pro American Bandstand”, 1987.

89 1616

Proaño, Luciana, 1988.

89 1617

Producciones Imperdibles, 1998.

89 1618

Project “H.O.M.E.”, 1993.

89 1619-1620

Project “One House”, 1995.

89 1621

Promotion, 1975.

89 1622

Proposals, 1972-1973.

89 1623

Proposals, 1976-1990.

90 1624

Provenzano, Jim, 1988.

90 1625

Public Art Fund, 2002.

90 1626

Puerto, Carlos del, 1995.

90 1627

Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, 1996.

90 1628

Pullen, Don, 1986-1990.

90 1629

Purgatorio Ink, 1993.

90 1630

Pūrnadāsa, Bāula, 1985.

90 1631

Qawwali, 1997.

90 1632

Queer Artists, 1994.

90 1633

Quest, 1984-1986.

90 1634

Quiet Riot, 1986.

90 1635

Quinn, John, 1987.

90 1636

Quintet, 1985.

90 1637

Raby, Elizabeth, 1989.

90 1638

“Race, Sexuality & Gender”, 1992 or 1993.

90 1639

Raczka, Robert, 1985-1987.

90 1640

“Radiant City”, 1991.

90 1641

Radner, Mason W., undated.

90 1642

Rahing, Ken, 1987.

90 1643

Rainbow Creek Dancers, 1992.

90 1644-1645

“Raise the Roof”, 1988.

91 1646

Rakna, Ustad Alla, 1994.

91 1647

Ralph Lemon Company, 1995.

91 1648

Ralph Peterson Quintet, 1994.

91 1649

Ralston, Arla, 1995.

91 1650

Ramirez, Louie, 1988.

91 1651

Rance, Mark, 1991.

91 1652

Randall, Margaret, 1987-1989.

91 1653

“Rappin’ at the Bride”, 1985.

91 1654

Rare Air (Musical group), 1985-1988.

91 1655

Ratcliffe, Laura, undated.

91 1656

Read, Bob, 1993.

91 1657

Recherche, 1986.

91 1658

Red Clay Ramblers, 1988-1989.

91 1659

Redman, Dewey, 1984 or 1985.

91 1660

Reed, Ishmael, 1985-1991.

91 1661

Reeves-Cook, Linda, 1993.

91 1662

Regen, Stephanie, 1987.

91 1663

Reggie Workman Ensemble, 1986.

91 1664

Registry of Independent Sculptors Exchange (RISE), undated.

91 1665

Reik, Bruce Paul, 1989.

91 1666

Reinhold, Daniel G., 1987.

92 1667

Reitz, Dana, 1992.

92 1668

Relâche – The Ensemble for Contemporary Music, 1985-1989.

92 1669

Relativity, 1985.

92 1670

“Reno”, 1991.

92 1671

“Representatives of Momenta”, 1986.

92 1672

“Representations of the Dancing Body in Technology”, 2000.

92 1673

Residency Project, 1995.

92 1674

Reshef Studios, 1986.

92 1675

“Revelations”, 1989.

92 1676

Reyes, Dan, 1992.

92 1677

Reynolds, Samuel F., 1995.

92 1678

Rice, Rebecca, 1989-1995.

92 1679-1680

Richard Allen Projects, 1991.

92 1681

Riggs, Marlon T., 1990.

92 1682

Ringold, Stephen, 1991.

92 1683

Rios, Catalina, 1999.

92 1684-1685

Rios, Orlando, 1990-1991.

92 1686

“Rites of Passage”, 1996.

92 1687

Ritson, Kate, 1994-1996.

92 1688

Rivers, Sam, 1998.

92 1689

Roadside Theater, 1991.

92 1690

Robbins, Lucretia, 1987-1988.

93 1691

Robert Landreim Quartet, 1988.

93 1692

Roberts, Antonius, 1991.

93 1693

Robinson, LaVaughn, 1986-1993.

93 1694

Robinson, Raleigh, 1987.

93 1695

Robinson, Thelma Shelton, 1990.

93 1696

Robinson, Walter, 1991.

93 1697

Robson, Ernest & Marion, 1984 or 1985.

93 1698

Rock of Ages Choir, 1992.

93 1699

Rodriguez, Sergio, 1995.

93 1700

Roffman, Rosaly DeMaios, 1984-1989.

93 1701

Roger, Arthur, 1993.

93 1702

Rogers, Garnet, 1986-1992.

93 1703

Rogers, Sally, 1991.

93 1704

Rollins, Tim, undated.

93 1705

Romero, Danny, 1998.

93 1706

Rory Stuart Quartet, 1986.

93 1707

Rosario, Nelly, 1995.

93 1708

Rose, Kathy, 2000.

93 1709

Rosenberg, Douglas, 1993.

93 1710

Rosenberg, Flash, 1997.

93 1711

Rosenberg, Susan, “Flash”, 1986-1988.

93 1712

Rosenberg, Susan & Donadel, Daniel, 1991.

94 1713

Rosenthal, Rachel, 1983-1994.

94 1714-1715

Rosewoman, Michele, 1987-1994.

94 1716

Roskos, David, 1988.

94 1717

Ross, A. Jason, 2000.

94 1718

Ross, Marianne, 1990.

94 1719

Ross, Stuart, 1989.

94 1720

Rothblatt, Abraham, 1992.

94 1721

Rothschild, Gail, 1993-1994.

94 1722-1723

Roy Haynes Quartet, 1993.

94 1724

Rowland, Steve, 1991-1993.

94 1725

Rucker, Ursula, 1999.

94 1726

Ruckus Watusi, 1992.

94 1727

Rudolph, Adam, 1987.

95 1728

Rushin, Kate, 1994.

95 1729

Rushton, Christopher James, 1985.

95 1730

Russakoff, Molly, 1985.

95 1731

Russell, Hall with NRG Ensemble, 1991.

95 1732

Russos, John, 1985.

95 1733

Sachdev, Gurubachan Singh, 1984.

95 1734

Sakamoto, Michael, 1999.

95 1735

Salguero, Natasha, 1991.

95 1736

Salvucci, Ted, 1984.

95 1737

Salvucci, Ted and Dalby, Russ, 1984.

95 1738

Sam, Canyon, 1992-1998.

95 1739

Samuelson, Richard, 1990.

95 1740

Samul-Nori, 1993.

95 1741

San Francisco Mime Troupe, 1993-1994.

95 1742-1744

Sanabria, Bobby, 1995-1996.

95 1745-1746

Sanabria, Bobby & Ascension, 1997.

95 1747

Sanchez, David, 1997-1999.

96 1748

Sanchez, Sonia, 1985-2000.

96 1749

Santos, F. Michelle, 1992.

96 1750

Santos, John with Machete, 1991.

96 1751

Santos, Jonas dos., 1985.

96 1752

Sander, Karen, undated.

96 1753

Sapphire, 1996.

96 1754

Sarathy, Partho and Rao, Shubhendra, 1998.

96 1755

Saratoga International Theater Institute, 1996.

96 1756

Schachter, Benjamin A., 1995-2000.

96 1757

Schaeffer, Pearl, 1986.

96 1758

Schiffer, Harriet, 1988.

96 1759

Schmidt, Claudia, 1985-1992.

96 1760-1761

Schoefer, Eric, 1999.

96 1762

“School 33 Art Center”, undated.

96 1763

Schultz, Edward A., 1984-1986.

96 1764

Schwabsky, Barry, 1990.

96 1765

Schwartzenberg, Susan, 1987.

96 1766

Schweitzer, Robert, 1991-1992.

96 1767

Schwendinger, Leni, 1991.

97 1768

Schwerner, Armand, 1985.

97 1769

Scott, Barbara, 1987.

97 1770

Scott, Jill, 1996.

97 1771

Scott, Jimmy, 1993-1994.

97 1772

Scott, Joyce, 1985.

97 1773

SCRAP Performance Group, undated.

97 1774

Scribe Video Center, 1998.

97 1775

Scuri, Vicki, 1989.

97 1776

Sea Island Singers, 1987.

97 1777

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, 1985.

97 1778

Seager, James “Moe”, 1988.

97 1779

2nd Annual Festival of Women Improvisers Performances, 1987.

97 1780

Second Sunday, 1997.

97 1781

Seidman, Lenny, 1984-1988.

97 1782

“Selections: The Work of Women”, 1993.

97 1783

“Sensual Demand”, 1990.

97 1784

“Senta Driver”, 1988.

97 1785

Sepinuck, Paula, 1987-1991.

97 1786

Serpentelli, John, 1995.

97 1787

Seshadri, Kartik, undated.

97 1788

“Settlement Site: 20th Century A.D.”, 1990.

97 1789

“Seventh International Exhibition of Artists with Physical Disabilities”, 1987.

97 1790

Sexton, Barbara, undated.

97 1791

“Shades of the Spirit: Contemporary Explorations”, 1995.

97 1792

“Shadows & Masks”, 1999.

97 1793

Shaheen, Simon, 1995.

98 1794

Shakar, Raui, 1988.

98 1795

Shaking Ray Levis, 1988.

98 1796

Shamanistics, 1989-1990.

98 1797

Shange, Ntzoke, 1975, 1989-1990.

98 1798

Shankar, Lakshminaravana, 1990.

98 1799

Shannon, Bill, 1999.

98 1800

“Shapes of Grace”, 1988.

98 1801

Shapiro, David, 1994.

98 1802

“Shared Spaces”, 1989.

98 1803

Sharma, Prageeta, 1994.

98 1804

Sharma, Shiv Kumar, 1994.

98 1805

Sharma, Shoba, 1994.

98 1806

Sharp, Elliott, 1988.

98 1807

Sharrock, Sonny, 1991-1992.

98 1809

Shaw, Jaleel J., 1995.

98 1810

Shaw, Peggy, 1996.

98 1811

Sherman, Bill, 1987-1988.

98 1812

Shertzer, Lorraine T., 1990.

98 1813

Shine, 2002.

98 1814

Shockley, Ed, undated.

98 1815

Shockley, Terri Cousar, 1999.

98 1816

Short, Ron, 1990.

98 1817

Shurin, Aaron, 1989.

98 1818

Shuster, Evelyne, 1990.

98 1819

Sibio, Linda Carmella, 1989-1994.

99 1820

Sikka, Mohan, 1995.

99 1821

Sileas, 1988.

99 1822

Silitch, Jennifer E., 1993.

99 1823

Silvers, Sally, 1989.

99 1824

Simmons, Brian, 1990.

99 1825

Simmons, Chris, 1987.

99 1826

Simon, Edward, 1996.

99 1827

Singer, Karen, 1987.

99 1828

Sinkevich, Valentina, 1986-1988.

99 1829

Sipe, Dan, 1992.

99 1830

“Sistah Diva Soothsayer”, 1999.

99 1831-1832

Six Magazine, 1991-1992.

99 1833

Six Nations Exhibit, 1992.

99 1834-1835

Skipitares, Theodora, 1988.

99 1836

Sky, Patrick, 1986.

99 1837

“Slant”, 1998.

100 1838

Sleplan, Dan, 1985.

100 1839

Slessinger, Andrea, 1987.

100 1840

Sloan, Judith, 1996-1998.

100 1841

Slyde, Jimmy, undated.

100 1842

Small, Bob, 1986.

100 1843

Small Publisher’s Book, 1972.

100 1844

Smith, Henry, 1997.

100 1845

Smith, Jack & The Rockabilly Planet, 1989.

100 1846

Smith, Jennifer, 1996.

100 1847

Smith, Joan Kathleen, 2000.

100 1848

Smith, Kweli, 1988-1990.

100 1849

Smith, Miyoshi, 1987.

100 1850

Smith, Pat Hall, 1989.

100 1851

Smith, Patricia, 1994.

100 1852

Smith, Roger Guenveur, 1998.

100 1853-1854

Smith, Wadada Leo, 1990.

100 1855

Smoker, Paul, 1994.

100 1856

Smullens, Elizabeth, 1992-1995.

100 1857

Snort, 1973.

100 1858

So-Called Jazz Sextet, 1994.

100 1859

Soffer, Libbie, 1993.

100 1860

Solocal, 1988.

101 1861

Son de la Loma, 1993.

101 1862

Sonny Sharrock Band, 1992.

101 1863

“Soothsayers: She Who Speaks the Truth”, 1999.

101 1864-1866

Sorrentino, Joseph, 1989-1999.

101 1867

Sotavento, 1989.

101 1868

Soto, Merian and Osorio, Pepón, 1994.

101 1869

South Street Dance Co., 1985, 1991.

101 1870

Spalding, Gray, 1990.

101 1871

Spector, Rick, 1986.

101 1872

Spector, Shelley, 1988.

101 1873

Spellé, Carole Joy, 1994.

101 1874

Spiderwoman Theatre, 1987, 1992.

101 1875-1877

Spiral Q Puppet Theater, 1996.

101 1878

Spirit of Change, 1998.

101 1879

Spirit of Life Ensemble, 1986-1989.

101 1880

Splinter Group, 1991.

101 1881

Splitting Image Theatre Company, 1989-1991.

102 1882

Spohn, Franz, 1986.

102 1883

Spoken Art Series, 1991-1992.

102 1884

Spoken Hand, 1999-2000.

102 1885-1887

Spring is . . .Jazz, 1985.

102 1888

Square Roots, 1992.

102 1889

Squonk Opera, 1995.

102 1890

Stafford, William, 1989.

102 1891

Staley, Jim, 1988.

102 1892

Stanley, Robert, 1990.

102 1893

“St*r W*rs”, 1999.

102 1894

“Stay or Go”, 1986.

102 1895

Steffen, Erika, 1986.

102 1896

Stein, Dainel, 1989.

103 1897-1898

Stein, Leah, 1993-1995.

103 1899

Stephens, Elizabeth, 1993.

103 1900

Steptoe, Lamont B., 1986-1994.

103 1901

Stern, Gerald, 1987-1989.

103 1902

Steve Kuhn Trio, 1991.

103 1903

Steve Lacy Sextet, 1991.

103 1904

Stevens, Claudia, 1990.

103 1905

Stewart, Andy M., 1986.

103 1906

Stewart, Jimmy, 1986.

103 1907

Stewart, Melanie, 1985, 1994.

103 1908

Stivender, Ed, 1989, 1994.

103 1909

Stix, Jim, 1989.

103 1910

Stockhausen, Markus, 1987.

103 1911

Stockton’s Wing, 1985.

103 1912

Story, Liz, 1987-1990.

103 1913

“Story of Kufur Shamma”, 1989.

103 1914

“Story of Panic”, 1999.

103 1915

Strasen, Barbara, 1987.

104 1916

String Trio of New York, 1988.

104 1917

Stroffolino, Chris, 1987-1989.

104 1918

Strosser, Margaret, 1984.

104 1919

Stuart, Nancy, 1996.

104 1920

Stuart Pimsler Dance and Theatre, 1993-1994.

104 1921

Stubborn Trio, 1992.

104 1922

Studio 24 (San Francisco, Calif.), 1989.

104 1923

Suatoni, Sarah, 1992.

104 1924

Sudler, Monette, 1998.

104 1925

Sugar Blue’s Band, 1988.

104 1926

Sukay, 1986, 1991.

104 1927

Sun Ra, 1985-1995.

104 1928

Sunda, 1990.

104 1929

Sundiata, Sekou, 1994.

104 1930

Sunny Murray Quartet, 1986.

104 1931

Suso, Foday Musa, 1986.

104 1932

Sussari Hess Modern Dance, 2000.

104 1933

Swana, John, 1992.

104 1934

Swartz, Peggy, 1988.

104 1935

Swarthmore College, 1991-1994.

104 1936-1937

Sweet Honey in the Rock, 1991.

104 1938

SweetN’Lo, 1992.

104 1939

Sweitzer, Jody, 2000.

105 1940

Swiss Ensemble, 1990.

105 1941

Sybil Dance Company, 1988.

105 1942

“Symbols & Narrative”, 1998.

105 1943

Synthesis, 1987.

105 1944

“Table Talk”, 1998.

105 1945

Tabor, June, 1991-1993.

105 1946

Tadie, Linda, 1992-1993.

105 1947

Tajiri, Rea, 1993.

105 1948

Takahira, Eiko Fan, 1984.

105 1949-1950

Takei, Kei, 1991.

105 1951

El Taller, 1991.

105 1952

Tama, Jose Torres, 1999.

105 1953

Tanaka, Min, 1997.

105 1954

TanaReid, 1994.

105 1955

Tannahill Weavers, 1986.

106 1956

Tannery Row, 1999.

106 1957

Tanrikorur, Cinuçen, 1994.

106 1958

“Tap Exhibit in Café”, 1998.

106 1959

Tap Team II, 1994-1998.

106 1960

Tate, Celestine, 1985.

106 1961

Tate, Garth, 1984.

106 1962

Taylor, Cecil, 1986.

106 1963

Taylor, Robert, 1991.

106 1964

Taylor, Sandy, 1988-1989.

106 1965

Teatro Campesino, 1994.

106 1966

Teatro de la Esperanza, 1991.

106 1967

Teatro del Sur, 1987-1991.

106 1968-1969

Teatro Nacional Yerbabruja, 1992.

106 1970

Templeton, Fiona, 1988-1991.

106 1971

“Termite TV Collective”, 1996.

106 1972

Terranova, Elaine, 1985, 1993.

106 1973

Terry Beck Troupe, 1986-1987.

106 1974

Theater for Social Change, 1994.

107 1975

Theatre International Exchange, 1992.

107 1976

Theatre Grottesco, 1985-1998.

107 1977-1978

Theater X, Temple U, 1991.

107 1979

Le Theatre de Banlieue, 1985.

107 1980-1981

Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center, 1985-1987.