September 14, 1972:
The Brooklyn Museum Art School opens its Fall series of one-man shows in the Little Gallery of the Art School on September 24. Chosen from work submitted by art school students, the mini-show participants were selected by Lenore Sundberg, a Mellon Research Fellow with The Brooklyn Museum’s Paintings and Sculpture Department.
The six artists, all painters, whose work will be shown are:
September 24 - October 12 - PHILIP SLABOSKY
October 15 - November 2 - MADELEINE BRAKE
November 5 - November 23 - NAOMI BRUCKMANN
November 26 - December 14 - ANNA BISO
December 17 - January 4 - C. ANNA KATZ
January 7 - January 25 - FRAN COX
Headed by Jolyon Hofsted, The Brooklyn Museum Art School has been in existence over 25 years. Registration is now underway for more than 90 full and part-time courses including painting and drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, welding, woodworking, and for the first time, stitchery and crochet.
New this season is a Critique Course for advanced students in which such well known artists as Herbert Aach, Kenneth Noland, Doug Ohlson, Ray Parker, Fairfield Porter, Kendall Shaw, Reuben Tam, Neil Welliver, Allen Barber, Francis Cunningham and Jane Kaufman will participate. They will offer individual criticism and conduct seminars during the 15-week day and evening sesssion.
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. 1972, 064.