W. McNeil Lowry:

An Inventory of the W. McNeil Lowry Papers at the University of Illinois Archives.



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AUDIOTAPES, REEL-TO-REEL

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52 H/A Meeting--Television as an Aesthetic Medium (6 tapes), November 17-18, 1967
Participants include:
Peter Herman Adler, Conductor, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Rudolf Arnheim, Professor of Psychology, Sarah Lawrence College
Michael Ayrton, painter and sculptor
George Balanchine, Ballet Master, New York City Ballet
William Ball, Artistic Director, American Conservatory Theatre Foundation, San Francisco
Peter Beauvais, television and theatre director
Michel Butor Novelist and critic
Merrill C. Rueppel, Director, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
Ellen Stewart, Director, La Mama Experimental Theatre Club, New York City
James Johnson Sweeney, writer and museum director
Peter Zeisler, Managing Director, Minnesota Theatre Company, Minneapolis
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53 H/A Meeting--Television as an Aesthetic Medium (4 tapes) (see correspondence and tentative agenda, "November 17-18 Conference: TV and the Arts, 1967" and "H/A Program–Conferences and Meetings, 1966-76," Box 35), November 18, 1967
Economic and Financial Survey Discussion (2 folders), September 2 and October 7, 1970
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54 Alaska Center for Visual Arts--Discussion of Oleg Lobanov with June Wayne,(see related correspondence and memos, Box 33), July 10, 1973
Jo Tyler Lecture, "The Arts and the Society,"(see typescript, Box 2), May 7, 1974
American Assembly for the Performing Arts--Seminar on "The Individual Artist--Training and Career Development," New York City (2 folders)(see transcript, Box 39), May 3, 1977
Symposium on Music and Opera, Kansas City, Mo. (2 folders)(see transcript, Box 47), September 23-24, 1978
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55 American Assembly Symposium, "Issues in the Emergence of Public Policy" (3 folders)(see transcript, Box 39), December 15, 1983
Geno conducting Act Chorus
VIDEOTAPE (VHS)--Lowry on arts support, Voice of America



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