This page displays information about original documents from the Archives of American Art which have been loaned to other institutions for exhibition or tours. To learn more about our loan program, see Borrowing Documents for Exhibition.The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago
November 14- December 20, 2015
Celebrating 100 years, the Renaissance Society is exhibiting primary source materials and original works documenting the history of the Society. The records of the Society from 1917-1981, owned by the Archives of American Art, were heavily culled from for the celebration. The exhibition will be held simultaneously across various Renaissance Society landmarks, with its base at the University of Chicago.
This exhibition will not travel.
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The San Francisco Arts Commission is using excerpts from oral history interviews with Lee Mullican, Roy De Forest and Wally Hedricks conducted for the Archives of American Art, to highlight their public art collection with an audio tour in terminal 2 at the SFO airport.
This is an ongoing tour.
South Carolina State Parks, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina
July 31, 2010- Ongoing
Audio excerpts from the 1964 oral history interview with Anna Hyatt-Huntington conducted by Dorothy Seckler for the Archives of American Art are used in the audio tour of Anna and Archer Huntington's winter home.
This tour is available as an audio tour and can be downloaded from the website.