Marjorie Kouns Collection, 1975 - 2018
Scope and Contents
This collection documents Kouns time as a student at IWU including materials pertaining to her student art projects, her life as a student, and her post-IWU career. Material types include design notes, class papers, correspondence, photographs, slides, negatives, contact sheets, exhibit and theater programs, scrapbooks, resumes, publicity, marketing materials, and ephemera.
The bulk of the materials are stored in a legal-sized document box given to Kouns from the New York Public library's Wallach Division. Kouns has donated a collection pertaining to her New York public artworks to the library. In return, she was given her choice of used document boxes which the library no longer needed. Kouns choose Isamu Noguchi's box (as well as others) as his art inspires her work.
This collection is arranged into four series:
I. Student Art Projects/Classes
II. Student Life
III. Post-IWU Career
- 1975 - 2018
Conditions Governing Use
There are no limitations on access to this collection. Permission to publish from unpublished material or published works under copyright must first be obtained from the holder of the copyright. it is the researcher's responsibility to secure that written permission from the copyright holder and provide proof of that written permission to IWU. Permission to reporduce (photocopy) by IWU does not constitute or imply permission to publish. See also http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/Inc/1.0/.
3 Linear Feet : 1 document box and 2 oversized boxes
Language of Materials
Items were reviewed and then arranged in chronological and topical order. Original groupings of clearly related materials were maintained.
This collection is shelved in Special Collections.
Donated to Tate Archives and Special Collections by Marjorie K. Kouns on 26 November 2018.