- Dates: April 23, 1972 through May 10, 1972
- Organizing Department: Brooklyn Museum Art School
October 15, 1971: This season’s series of one-man art shows by selected students of The Brooklyn Museum Art School will open on October 24th in the Little Gallery of the Art School.
Chosen from work submitted to Sarah Faunce, curator of The Brooklyn Musem’s Paintings and Sculpture Department, the 70-71 series of monthly mini-shows includes paintings and conceptual art.
The eight artists whose work will be shown are:
October 24 - November 10 - OLIVE ALPERT
November 14 - December 1 - BETH AREINOFF
January 30 - February 16 - JAN OSCHERWITZ
February 20 - March 8 - CAROL STRONGHILOS
March 12 - March 29 - H. ARNO HENSELER
April 2 - April 19 - MARJORIE STEPHENS
April 23 - May 10 - MARINA BAKER
May 15 - May 31 - REBECCA FINDHAL
The Brooklyn Museum Art School, headed by Jolyon Hofsted, has an enrollment of over 1000 students this fall. Its 33 instructors, all professional artists, teach more than 70 full - and part-time courses. Painting and drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, cloisonné enameling, welding, woodworking, stained glass and batik classes are offered.
A special weekend program for high school students is taught by professional artists.
Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1971 - 1988. 1971, 046. View Original