to the Artists' Multiple
to the Project
Randolph Street Gallery Archives Project was a collaborative effort during the Spring of 2004 between four graduate students in the Arts Administration Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Special Collections in the John M. Flaxman Library at the School. The archives were donated to the School in 1999, and are currently in storage. The purpose of this project was to create a marketing tool that could assist in the pursuit of funding to preserve and present the archives to the public. We conceived and produced an artists' multiple to achieve this aim..
Street Gallery Archives Project
The Randolph Street Gallery Archives Project aims to bring awareness to the archives and wants to aid in the cultivation of funds. The multiple we assembled contains transcripts of interviews with people formerly involved with Randolph Street Gallery, essays, and images of select materials from the archives on an interactive CD-ROM. In the spirit of Randolph Street Gallery our partnership with various collaborators made this project possible.
anyone who is interested in how arts administration takes place and what
that is about, and how an organization deals with change the archives at
Street Gallery ought be really a goldmine. – Jeff Abell