Oral history interview with Alice Denney, 1976 May 13
Denney, Alice, 1922-
Hopps, Walter, 1932-
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An interview of Alice Denney conducted by Walter Hopps for the National Museum of American Art. Denney speaks of her organization of two Washington, D.C. art happenings: the "Pop Festival," held in conjunction with an exhibition, "The Popular Image," sponsored by the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, April 18 - May 1, 1966; and the "Now Festival," April 26 - May 1, 1966.
She recalls Robert Rauschenberg's performance pieces including PELICAN (1963), LINOLEUM (1966), SPRING TRAINING (1965), and MAP ROOM (1965).
Oral history interview with Alice Denney, 1976 May 13. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Alice Denney is an arts administrator and curator in Washington, D.C.
Transferred from the National Museum of American Art, 1985
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