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Joy Episalla Oral History Interview Conducted by Cynthia Carr for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

CYNTHIA CARR: Okay. This is Cynthia Carr interviewing Joy Episalla, at Joy's home in New York, New York, in the East Village on February 23, 2016, for the Archives of American Art Smithsonian Institution, Card Number One. So Joy, could you say your name and spell Episalla?

JOY EPISALLA: Sure. Joy Episalla. And it's E-P-I-S-A-L-L-A.

MS. CARR: Your date of birth?

MS. EPISALLA: August 17, 1957.

MS. CARR: And where were you born?

MS. EPISALLA: Bronxville, New York.

MS. CARR: Oh. Um, so did you grow up there?

Carrie Yamaoka Oral History Interview Conducted by Alex Fialho for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

ALEX FIALHO: This is Alex Fialho interviewing Carrie Yamaoka at Carrie's home in New York City, New York, on July 26, 2016, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, card number one. Let's start at the beginning and spend some time on how you grew up. When and where were you born?

CARRIE. YAMAOKA: I was born in 1957 in Glen Cove, Long Island. Actually, I spent the first 10 years of my life living on Long Island in a town called Manhasset, which is on the North Shore, and then—I'll sort of give you the broad arc until I got to New York. How about that? And then—

James Magee Oral History Interview Conducted by Jason Stieber for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

MR. STIEBER: This is Jason Stieber, interviewing James Magee for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. The date is September 29, [2016], and its 9:35 in the morning and we are at James' house in El Paso, Texas. So, James, thank you for agreeing to be interviewed.

MR. MAGEE: I have agreed.

MR. STIEBER: [They laugh.] We do like to start from the beginning, so tell us where you were born and when.

Ursula von Rydingsvard Oral History Interview Conducted by Judith Richards for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2011

JUDITH RICHARDS: This is Judith Richards interviewing Ursula von Rydingsvard on November 16, 2011, in her studio in Brooklyn [NY], for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, disc one.

Good morning.

URSULA VON RYDINGSVARD: Good morning.

MS. RICHARDS: I want to start by asking you about your family history, as far back as you'd like to go, but especially those people who you knew. You could start with your grandparents, if you want to, and then continue to your parents and your siblings, and exactly when and where you were born, and all those details.

Ed Bereal Oral History Interview Conducted by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

HUNTER DROHOJOWSKA-PHILP:  This is Hunter Drohojowska-Philp interviewing Ed Bereal at his friend's home. That friend's name is Warren Blakely, in Baldwin Hills, and that's in California near Los Angeles, on February 13th, 2016 for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, card number one. And we're here at Mr. Blakely's house, because Ed Bereal and Warren Blakely grew up together—

ED BEREAL:  Absolutely.

Rackstraw Downes Oral History Interview Conducted by James McElhinney for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2016

JAMES MCELHINNEY: Okay. This James McElhinney speaking with Rackstraw Downes at his home in New York on Sunday April 10, 2016. Good afternoon.

RACKSTRAW DOWNES: Good afternoon to you.

MR. MCELHINNEY: So you've just returned from Texas?

MR. DOWNES: That is correct.

MR. MCELHINNEY: How long have you been in Presidiooh ?

MR. DOWNES: Well about 15 years I would say; 12 or 15 years I'm not quite certain. I could look it up and figure it out.

MR. MCELHINNEY: Not just, but a while at this point.

Fritz Dreisbach Oral History Interview Conducted by Susanne Frantz for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2004

SUSANNE FRANTZ: This is Susanne Frantz interviewing Fritz Dreisbach at the home that he shares with Pamela Vandiver in Tucson, Arizona, on April 21, 2004 for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, disc number one.

Fritz, we should mention that you published an overview of your career in the 2002 Glass Art Society Journal on the occasion of your lifetime achievement award. And just to mention it because it's a good reference for researchers, even though it won't be as detailed as this interview.

Suzi Gablik Oral History Interview Conducted by Jason Stieber for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2015

JASON STIEBER: All right. This is Jason Stieber interviewing Suzi Gablik for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. The date is February 27, 2015. The time is 1:45. We are at 3610 South Main Street in Blacksburg, VA and this is disc one. Okay, Suzi, could you say your name and spell your name.

SUZI GABLIK: My name is Suzi Gablik, S-U-Z-I; G-A-B-L-I-K.

MR. STIEBER: Okay. And where were you born and what's your birthdate?

MS. GABLIK: My birthdate is 9-26-34 and I was born in Manhattan.

MR. STIEBER: Great. And what are the names of your parents?

James Rosenquist Oral History Interview Conducted by James McElhinney for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2013

JAMES MCELHINNEY:  This is James McElhinney speaking with James Rosenquist at his studio in New York City on Wednesday, March 28, 2013.

Good afternoon.

JAMES ROSENQUIST:  Good afternoon, and welcome to my humble casa here.

MR. MCELHINNEY:  Very splendid place indeed—big room, beautiful skylight, large pictures on the walls. So—

MR. ROSENQUIST:  So you want to know how I got here.

MR. MCELHINNEY:  Well, let's start—

MR. ROSENQUIST:  [Laughs.]

Flora Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick Oral History Interview Conducted by Lloyd E. Herman for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2005

LLOYD HERMAN: This is Lloyd Herman interviewing Flora Mace and Joey Kirkpatrick in their studio in Seattle, Washington, on September 6, 2005, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. This is session number three, disc number one.

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