Resource Library Articles and Essays Indexed by Non-profit Art Academy, Association, Atelier or Society Name
When Resource Library publishes over time more than one article concerning a non-profit art academy, association, atelier or society, there is created as an additional resource for readers a sub-index page containing links to each Resource Library article or essay concerning that organization, plus available information on its location and other descriptive information.
Academy of Art College (12/7/99) Eleventh in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Academy of Realist Art (Gage Academy of Art) (10/14/98) Fourth in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Aesthetic Realism Foundation - The Terrain Gallery (5/9/00)
American Academy of Arts & Letters (9/22/03)
American Academy of Equine Art (5/3/99)
American Plains Artists (10/8/02)
American Society of Classical Realism (10/27/98)
Arts Club of Washington (11/20/03)
Art Studio, Inc. (9/26/03)
Atelier du Nord: A School of Classical Realism (10/15/98) Seventh in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Atelier Indiana: The Atelier Experience; essay by Kerry Holsapple (10/15/98) Sixth in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Atelier School of Classical Realism (7/14/99) Eighth in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Atelier Studio Program of Fine Art (12/28/98) Ninth in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
BayWood Artists (9/21/99)
Bougie Studio / The Bougie Studio: Continuing a Long Tradition of Training Painters; essay by Peter Bougie (9/14/98) Second in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Brown County (WI) Historical Society (9/27/01)
California Art Club (2/10/01)
Carmel Art Association (12/12/99)
Chocolate Church Arts Center (11/19/98)
Cleveland Artists Foundation (ARTneo) (8/6/09)
College Art Association (10/23/00)
Connecticut Impressionist Art Trail (10/3/00)
Cowboy Artists of America (10/12/99)
Drawing Academy of the Atlantic (8/10/99) Tenth in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
East Meadow Public Library (3/1/99)
Frank Covino Academy of Art (10/14/98) Fifth in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Guild of Boston Artists (7/6/99)
Hennepin County Historical Society (9/28/01)
Historical Society of Old Newbury, Cushing House Museum (12/15/09)
Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1/24/03)
Indiana Historical Society (2/23/04)
Kansas State Historical Society (8/8/03)
Kentucky Historical Society (2/4/02)
Laguna Beach Festival of Arts (7/10/99)
Laguna Beach Plein Air Painters Association (9/21/99)
Lexington Art League (1/15/00)
Mammoth Art Guild (9/14/98)
Maryland Historical Society (`12/20/04)
Milwaukee County Historical Society (10/19/01)
National Oil and Acrylic Painters' Society (11/14/01)
National Park Academy of the Arts (12/28/99)
National Sculpture Society (8/6/03)
Nebraska State Historical Society (10/6/03)
New Mexico Miniature Arts Society (10/7/97)
New York Academy of Art (7/30/98) First in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
North Shore Arts Association (8/17/99)
Oak Group (9/22/99)
Ohio Arts Council Riffe Gallery (5/13/99)
Ohio Historical Society (5/19/05)
Oil Painters of America Representational (1/8/01)
Pastel Society of America (3/26/99)
Plein Air Painters of America (10/18/98)
Portsmouth Historical Society (3/28/16)
Providence Art Club (10/26/07)
Rockport Art Association (11/20/08)
Salmagundi Club (1/31/05)
San Diego Art Institute (8/12/98)
School of Representational Art (10/13/98) Third in a series on America's centers of learning in traditional methods and styles in the visual arts.
Skowhegan School of Painting (7/10/09)
Society for the Advancement of Plein Air Painting (3/29/05)
Society for German American Studies, Department of Germanic Languages and Literature, University of Kansas (10/1/01)
Society of Animal Artists (2/9/99)
Society of Egg Tempera (10/27/98)
Southold Historical Society (1/19/13)
Southwestern Watercolor Society (2007)
Taos Society of Artists (2002)
Trust for Museum Exhibitions (6/16/05)
Virginia Historical Society (2/10/09)
Western History Association (8/27/03)
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center (2/26/99)
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For America: Paintings from the National Academy of Design is a 2020 exhibit at the New Mexico Museum of Art which says: "A remarkable selection of works by many major American artists is showcased across five exhibition sections, exploring a variety of historic themes: the origins of the Academy and the concomitant rise of the Hudson River School and American genre painting; the impact of contemporary European art and art education on the development of American painting; the Academy's nascent role in the early twentieth century as the purveyor of artistic tradition in the United States; how realism in its various incarnations remained a viable alternative to American abstraction; and the ways in which paintings from living National Academy members address contemporary concerns while harkening back to America's storied past." Accessed 4/21
The WGBH/Boston Forum Network is an audio and video streaming web site dedicated to curating and serving live and on-demand lectures, including a number of videos on Art and Architecture. Partners include a number of Boston-area museums, colleges, universities and other cultural organizations. Boston Athenaeum partnered with the Forum Network for a series of lectures on American art by David Dearinger, who is Susan Morse Hilles Curator of Paintings and Sculpture at the Boston Athenaeum. An art historian and curator, he received his Ph.D. from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, with a specialty in nineteenth-century American art. Titles included The Academy and Art in America, (1 hour, 5 minutes) a lecture about the role of the formal art academy in the development of American art and art criticism.
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