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Artists Talk on Art Records: Panel Flyers, 2006

Artists Talk on Art is the art world's longest running and most prolific aesthetic panel discussion series organized by artists for artists. The still-active series is based in New York, New York and held at various locations around SoHo. Help us transcribe the key information on date, event name and participants listed in these promotional flyers which date from the 1970s through 2008.

Directions: Transcribe the following data from each event listed on the flyer:

  • Event Date: Transcribe in YYYY-MM-DD
  • Event Name: Transcribe as the name is listed on the flyer
  • Participants: Transcribe the participant names as "Last Name, First Name". Add the roles "moderator" or "organizer" in parentheses following first name when those roles are listed in the flyers. Separate names with a semicolon.

General guidance: Only transcribe flyer sections and pages which contain the required data. This may mean leaving some pages with no transcription at all. Do record event names or participants that are annotated or crossed out using normal Transcription Center formatting practices, i.e. [[crossed out]]Doe, Jane[[/crossed out]]. Transcribe typographical errors or misspellings as they appear with no corrections.

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Artists Talk on Art Records: Panel Flyers, 2007

Artists Talk on Art is the art world's longest running and most prolific aesthetic panel discussion series organized by artists for artists. The still-active series is based in New York, New York and held at various locations around SoHo. Help us transcribe the key information on date, event name and participants listed in these promotional flyers which date from the 1970s through 2008.

Directions: Transcribe the following data from each event listed on the flyer:

  • Event Date: Transcribe in YYYY-MM-DD
  • Event Name: Transcribe as the name is listed on the flyer
  • Participants: Transcribe the participant names as "Last Name, First Name". Add the roles "moderator" or "organizer" in parentheses following first name when those roles are listed in the flyers. Separate names with a semicolon.

General guidance: Only transcribe flyer sections and pages which contain the required data. This may mean leaving some pages with no transcription at all. Do record event names or participants that are annotated or crossed out using normal Transcription Center formatting practices, i.e. [[crossed out]]Doe, Jane[[/crossed out]]. Transcribe typographical errors or misspellings as they appear with no corrections.

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Artists Talk on Art Records: Panel Flyers, 2008

Artists Talk on Art is the art world's longest running and most prolific aesthetic panel discussion series organized by artists for artists. The still-active series is based in New York, New York and held at various locations around SoHo. Help us transcribe the key information on date, event name and participants listed in these promotional flyers which date from the 1970s through 2008.

Directions: Transcribe the following data from each event listed on the flyer:

  • Event Date: Transcribe in YYYY-MM-DD
  • Event Name: Transcribe as the name is listed on the flyer
  • Participants: Transcribe the participant names as "Last Name, First Name". Add the roles "moderator" or "organizer" in parentheses following first name when those roles are listed in the flyers. Separate names with a semicolon.

General guidance: Only transcribe flyer sections and pages which contain the required data. This may mean leaving some pages with no transcription at all. Do record event names or participants that are annotated or crossed out using normal Transcription Center formatting practices, i.e. [[crossed out]]Doe, Jane[[/crossed out]]. Transcribe typographical errors or misspellings as they appear with no corrections.

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Artists Talk on Art Records: Panel Flyers, 2009

Artists Talk on Art is the art world's longest running and most prolific aesthetic panel discussion series organized by artists for artists. The still-active series is based in New York, New York and held at various locations around SoHo. Help us transcribe the key information on date, event name and participants listed in these promotional flyers which date from the 1970s through 2008.

Directions: Transcribe the following data from each event listed on the flyer:

  • Event Date: Transcribe in YYYY-MM-DD
  • Event Name: Transcribe as the name is listed on the flyer
  • Participants: Transcribe the participant names as "Last Name, First Name". Add the roles "moderator" or "organizer" in parentheses following first name when those roles are listed in the flyers. Separate names with a semicolon.

General guidance: Only transcribe flyer sections and pages which contain the required data. This may mean leaving some pages with no transcription at all. Do record event names or participants that are annotated or crossed out using normal Transcription Center formatting practices, i.e. [[crossed out]]Doe, Jane[[/crossed out]]. Transcribe typographical errors or misspellings as they appear with no corrections.

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2 Total Pages 7 Contributing Members

Artists Talk on Art Records: Pre-ATOA "Art Talks" Flyer, circa 1970s

Artists Talk on Art is the art world's longest running and most prolific aesthetic panel discussion series organized by artists for artists. The still-active series is based in New York, New York and held at various locations around SoHo. Help us transcribe the key information on date, event name and participants listed in these promotional flyers which date from the 1970s through 2008.

Directions: Transcribe the following data from each event listed on the flyer:

  • Event Date: Transcribe in YYYY-MM-DD
  • Event Name: Transcribe as the name is listed on the flyer
  • Participants: Transcribe the participant names as "Last Name, First Name". Add the roles "moderator" or "organizer" in parentheses following first name when those roles are listed in the flyers. Separate names with a semicolon.

General guidance: Only transcribe flyer sections and pages which contain the required data. This may mean leaving some pages with no transcription at all. Do record event names or participants that are annotated or crossed out using normal Transcription Center formatting practices, i.e. [[crossed out]]Doe, Jane[[/crossed out]]. Transcribe typographical errors or misspellings as they appear with no corrections.

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Benjamin West, New Orleans, La. letter to John Trumbull, New York, N.Y.

In this letter, Benjamin West, Jr. writes to his father's student and artist John Trumbull. Transcribe its contents to learn more about the ways the works of the senior West continued to be viewed after his death.

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Blanche Lazzell diary

BLANCHE LAZZELL (1878–1956) PRINTMAKER

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Britton Diary, 1918 June-Sept

Help us make James Britton’s handwritten diaries more accessible to readers and researchers. James Britton (1878–1936) was a portrait painter, art critic, and editor. His papers include 49 diaries dating from 1918-1935, plus notebooks of diary excerpts, that chronicle Britton's daily activities and include lists, illustrations, and drafts of correspondence.

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Britton Diary, 1918 Sept-Dec

Help us make James Britton's handwritten diaries more accessible to readers and researchers. James Britton (1878-1936) was a portrait painter, art critic, and editor. His papers include 49 diaries dating from 1918-1935, plus notebooks of diary excerpts, that chronicle Britton's daily activities and include lists, illustrations, and drafts of correspondence.

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Britton Diary, 1919 Apr-June

Help us make James Britton's handwritten diaries more accessible to readers and researchers. James Britton (1878-1936) was a portrait painter, art critic, and editor. His papers include 49 diaries dating from 1918-1935, plus notebooks of diary excerpts, that chronicle Britton's daily activities and include lists, illustrations, and drafts of correspondence.

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