Here you will find press releases and information useful to reporters, critics and writers. Members of the press who would like more information about the Wildenhain ceramics exhibition, please contact Bruce Austin.
Please let us know if you prefer materials sent by email or traditional mail.
High-resolution images are available.
- Images for press use [zip]
- Bauhaus legacy extends to New York [pdf]
- Two New York women dedicated lives to Arts and Crafts Movement [pdf]
- Retail craft store at mid-century was startup company of its time [pdf]
- Exhibition Fact Sheet [pdf]
- Frans Wildenhain Fact Sheet [pdf]
- Talk to the Experts [pdf]
Rochester Institute of Technology
College of Liberal Arts
92 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
About the Exhibition’s Organizer
Bruce Austin initiated and organized three international conferences on moving image preservation, access and use (Fast Rewind: The Archeology of Moving Images) and was organizer and curator for The American Arts & Crafts Movement in Western New York, 1900-1920, an exhibition with catalogue presented in the Bevier Gallery, 9 December 1991-22 January 1992. His academic writing has focused primarily on the audiences for theatrical motion pictures; he has been a writer and reporter for the monthly NY-PA Collector for more than 25 years and has written for a host of other publications including the Arts and Crafts Quarterly (now Style 1900) and Northeast Antiques Journal.