The sound recordings of art critic Charles Giuliano include 10 sound reels and date from 1970 to 1977. Within the collection are interviews and discussions conducted or taped by Giuliano relating to the Boston, Massachusetts art scene.
Scope and Contents:
The sound recordings of art critic Charles Giuliano measure 0.2 linear feet, include 10 sound reels, and date from 1970 to 1977. Within the collection are interviews and discussions conducted or taped by Giuliano relating to the Boston, Massachusetts art scene. Among the interviewees are John Arthur, Andrew C. Hyde, Kenworth Moffett, Carl Siembab, Phyllis Rosen, Theo Westenberger, and Jules Olitski. The John Arthur and Jules Olitski interviews are transcribed.
The collection is arranged as 2 series.
Series 1: Interviews, 1970-1977 (Box 1; 8 sound tape reels)
Series 2: Lectures and Seminars, 1976 (Box 1; 2 sound tape reels)
Biographical / Historical:
Charles Giuliano (1940- ) is an art critic based in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a former teacher of art history and served as Director of Exhibitions for the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, Boston.
Donated 1977-1984 by Charles Giuliano.
John Arthur and Kenworth Moffett interviews are access restricted; written permission required. Contact References Services for more information.
Researchers interested in accessing audiovisual recordings in this collection must use access copies. Contact References Services for more information.
Baker, Belz, Chandler, Hyde interviews: Authorization to quote, reproduce or publish requires written permission from Charles Giuliano and interviewee. Contact Reference Services for more information.
Realist watercolors : [exhibition] Palmer Museum of Art, the Pennsylvania State University in collaboration with the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, June 3 through August 5, 1990 / selection and essay by John Arthur
Jack Beal; [catalog of] a loan exhibition of paintings by Jack Beal, organized by John Arthur, on display at the Virginia Museum from 19 November to 23 December 1973 [and] Boston University, School of Fine and Applied Arts, Art Gallery from 18 January to 17 February 1974