Boston Visual Artists' Union records, 1970-1979

Boston Visual Artists Union, est. 1972
Boston, Mass.

Collection size: 0.4 linear feet

Collection Summary: By-laws; histories of the organization; a membership list, 1971; testimonials from members; exhibition catalogues; correspondence, press releases, newspaper clippings, newsletters, photographs, material relating to the second American Artists' Congress hosted by the B.V.A.U. in 1975 and to the symposium, "The Law and Visual Artists;" and printed material. Also included is an untranscribed recording (5" reel) of a B.V.A.U. panel discussion, "The Artist: Class Realities, Collective Remedies," December 13, 1973.

Biographical/Historical Note: Founded 1970.

Donated by the Boston Visual Artists' Union 1980.

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