Eliot-Lyman Room Longfellow Hall Harvard Graduate School of Education Appian Way Cambridge MA USA
Discovering the Artist's Behind the Portraits of The Deans
(available via a Digimarc link in The Eliot Lyman Room Longfellow Hall, online and
in the Harvard Graduate School of Education Library
While re-hanging the existing portraits in the Eliot-Lyman Room the artist discovered that while there were names and dates displayed next to the paintings there was no information about the contribution of the Dean nor statements about the artists, many of whom had been signed on the back of their image. After finding interesting information about the artists via the internet she contacted the Guttman Library to ask that they join in this project. Because the artist is also on the Arts In Education Advisory Council she felt having this information available to students and visitors was particularly important. She is grateful to all the work that went into this informative book.
Text of Miller-Havens/Martinez talk to 8th graders from Carol Morgan School at
The National Portrait Gallery Washington DC ©2012
Transcript of Celebration of Founding of
The Cambridge City Hospital Dept of Psychiatry
rodney king video 1992
This work was selected from the Cambridge Arts Open Studios Artist Registry on SlideRoom by one of their Creative Marketplace Exhibitions program partners,
Workbar, Inc., on Prospect St. Central Square Cambridge, MA, who sought to have works of local artists on display in their Cambridge offices for one year.
These Three pieces from "The Looking For A Silver Lining Series" are part of that exhibit.
WorkBar is not a public space. To visit check their hours
Call the office should you wish to visit the exhibit 339-293-4244