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Arts, Fine.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Clockwatch Review, 1983 - 1996

Identifier: A 8-1/7/9
Overview Clockwatch Review is an independent, not-for-profit journal of the arts, partially funded by Illinois Wesleyan University.

Evolve (Fine Arts Journal), 1997 - 2000

Identifier: A 11-2/36
Overview Evolve is a literary magazine whose purpose is "to find the Voice of Illinois Wesleyan University. To discover what exactly it is we are all thinking about and to form a new literary magazine based upon that principle." (1997/1998 issue)

Marjorie Kouns Collection

Identifier: 13-1
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.This collection is arranged into four series: 1. Student Art Projects/Classes 2. Student Life 3. Post-IWU...

Still, 1989 - 1997

Identifier: A 11-2/26
Overview Still is a Fine Arts magazine at Illinois Wesleyan University. The name of the magazine changed to Evolve in 1998.

Tributaries, 2001-

Identifier: A 11-2/38
Overview Tributaries is the creative arts journal of IWU that publishes a book of student poetry, short fiction, art, photography, and music every semester. "Tributaries is Illinois Wesleyan University's journal of fine arts, celebrating the strongest and most original work being created by IWU students" (v.4:no.2)

Wesley O, 1951 - 1953

Identifier: A 11-2/33
Overview "'Wesleyo' is the title of Wesleyan's new literary-humor magazine by the Publications Commission of the Student Union. The 'Wesleyo' is to be a publication of the best of all student work in art, music, and literature, both humorous and serious." (news clip, 1951)