"Arts in Virginia" (PB-04)
Scope and Contents
The collection's inclusive dates are 1960-1993 and contains a full run of "Arts in Virginia."
- Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Organization)
The collection is open for research.
The collection is subject to all copyright laws. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright, beyond that allowed by fair use, requires the researcher to obtain permission of copyright holders.
23.25 Linear Feet (409 items)
Language of Materials
The collection is part of the Publications Archive, and is comprised of archival copies of all "Arts in Virginia" issues published by the museum. Published quarterly until 1982, then irregularly until it ceased publication in 1992, "Arts in Virginia" was conceived as a privilege of membership in the museum and included articles about the museum's collection as well as the arts in Virginia. Noted local and national scholars were invited to publish their research, and sometimes guest edited entire issues. In the first two decades of publication, graphic designers used the cover to experiment with different designs, including cut-outs and textures.
The collection is organized into one series, and items are arranged chronologically within that series.
- Series 1
- "Arts in Virginia", 1960-1993
The collection was transferred from the Library.
Related Materials - VMFA Library
- Bound volumes of "Arts in Virginia" are available in the Reading Room
The archives strives to retain a minimum of 5 copies of each issue.
- Finding Aids to the Institutional Records of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in the VMFA Archives | "Arts in Virginia"
- Publications Archive 04 (PB-04)
- Courtney Yevich Tkacz, VMFA Archivist
- March 2016
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Part of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Archives Repository
Margaret R. and Robert M. Freeman Library
200 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard
Richmond VA 23220-4007 United States