Series 4
Subject and teaching files, 1961-2010
Boxes 16-17

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of Thompson's subject and teaching files from 1961-2010. Subject files primarily relate to the art world, including files pertaining to art exhibitions and various projects with which Thompson was involved. Teaching files document courses that Thompson taught at Spelman College, Morehouse College, Agnes Scott College, and The Atlanta College of Art. These files are arranged by institution, and they contain syllabi and course materials for a variety of drawing and art courses.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Subject files
Box Folder Content
16 1 "9 Women in Georgia," exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., 1995
16 2 "Andy Warhol: Defining the American 20th Century," presentation at Museum of Texas Tech University, 2001
16 3 Angel Works, 7 Stages, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1992 7 Stages, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1992
16 4 Art Papers, Black Art Issue, no date
16 5 Artist resource list, no date
16 6 Atlanta Blue Society Festival artwork, 1999
16 7 Atlanta Dogwood Festival Best of the Best Art Exhibition, 1992
16 8 Bauhaus design, circa 1992
16 9 Biennale Internationale des Arts de Dakar, 1992
16 10 Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, circa 1988-1997
16 11 Caravella, Miriam, circa 1978
16 12 "A Comparison of the Life-Negative and Life-Affirmative Aspects of Art," no date
16 13 Deutsch Amerikanische Kultur Tage, Halle, Germany, 1993
16 14 Glen Echo Park mural painting project, 1979
16 15 Goethe Institute, 1994
16 16 Grant Park Community Arts Program proposal, no date
16 17 Harare International Festival of the Arts, 2000
16 18 High Museum of Art, curatorial biographies, no date
16 19 Hochschule für Kunst und Design Halle-Burg Giebichenstein, circa 1993
16 20 Intermedia courses, no date
16 21 "Lois Mailou Jones and Her Students, 1930-1977--An American Legacy," exhibit at Fondo del Sol Visual Arts Center, Washington, D.C., 1994
16 22 "Mano á Mano," performance by Guillermo Gomez-Pena and Keith Antar-Mason, no date
16 23 Marketing communications outline, 2004
16 24 Mike, Tad, proposed biography of Thompson, 1997
16 25 "Mildred Thompson: Deep Space," exhibit at the Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, 1997
16 26 Museum of York County, South Carolina, residency program, no date
16 27 National Endowment for the Arts application budget, no date
16 28 National Gallery of Zimbabwe, teacher-in-residence proposal, no date
16 29 National Women's Studies Association Convention, media committee, 1987
16 30 Photographer royalty report, 2010
16 31 Podehl, Enno, 1989-1992
16 32 Poetry.com, circa 2000
17 1 Printmaking workshop proposal, no date
17 2 Quotes about the arts, no date
17 3 Ripeau, Marie Genevieve, circa 1979-1985
17 4 Rolling Stone Press, no date
17 5 Sall, Thierno Seydou, no date
17 6 Saturday's Arts Atlanta, proposal for a children's arts program, no date
17 7 Simmen, Jeannot, "Das Prinzip Vertigo," 1994
17 8 "Something to Look Forward To," exhibit at Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin and Marshall College, 1994
17 9 Southern Graphics Council convention, 1992
17 10 Thompson family history, circa 1991
17 11 TULA Arts Complex, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994
17 12 Vitreography, circa 1988-1992
17 13 Voigt, Daisy A., no date
17 14 "Works in Color," exhibit at National Public Radio, 1981
17 15 The Year of American Craft, 1993
Teaching files
17 16 Agnes Scott College, Art Structures, fall 1989
17 17 Atlanta College of Art, unidentified course, teaching materials, no date
17 18 Atlanta College of Art, general information for faculty, 1989-1999
17 19 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 315 Making the Invisible Visible, fall 1992
17 20 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 201 The Body Internal, fall 1993
17 21 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Interpreting the Invisible World, spring 1995
17 22 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 201 Drawing from the Invisible World, spring 1995
17 23 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Drawing from the Invisible World, spring 1996
17 24 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 201 Drawing from the Invisible World, spring 1996
17 25 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Music Matters: Drawing from the Invisible World, fall 1996
17 26 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Drawing from the Invisible World, fall 1997
17 27 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Music Matters: Drawing from the Invisible World, spring 1998
17 28 Atlanta College of Art, Southern Culture: Music and the Visual Arts, summer 1998
17 29 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Physics: Drawing from the Invisible World, fall 1998
17 30 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 215 Making the Invisible Visible, fall 1998
17 31 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 200 Music Matters: Making the Invisible Visible, spring 1999
17 32 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 102 Foundation Drawing: Pleasure in the Line, fall 1999
17 33 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 215 Physics: Drawing from the Invisible World, fall 1999
17 34 Atlanta College of Art, Drawing 399 Independent Study, fall 1999
17 35 Atlanta Preparatory School, 1992
17 36 Morehouse College, ART 110, 1987-1988
17 37 School District 32, Brooklyn, New York, 1961-1964
17 38 Spelman College, Art Lovers League, circa 1987
17 39 Spelman College, Basic Drawing I and Basic Drawing II, 1986
17 40 Stadtischen naturwissenschaftlichen GymnasiumEschweiler, Germany, 1973
17 41 Unidentified German course, course materials with drawings by Thompson, no date
17 42 Unidentified German course?, transparencies, no date
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