RIT Computer Graphics class portfolio
Collection — Folder: 1
Scope and Contents
RIT Computer Graphics class portfolio contains two copies of the portfolio of ten prints, one from each student participant in the first ever computer graphics course taught in the School of Photography by Dr. Richard Zakia, School of Photography, and Robert Keough, School of Art and Design in 1985. Class members were Debora Bork, Norbert DeKerchove, Edward Kinney, Judith Levy, Clevelan Mills, Susan Myers, Michael Simon, Hannek Jo Van Velzen, Karen Wollins and John Worden. The portfolio was titled
- Keough, Robert (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Dr. Richard Zakia, of the School of Photography and Robert Keough of the School of Art and Design collaborated to create the first computer graphics course to be taught in the School of Photography in 1985. Ten students took the class.
0.1 Linear Feet (1 oversize envelope)
Two copies of "First Ever", a portfolio made up of one print by each student participant in the first computer graphics course to be taught in the School of Photography.
The collection consists of two copies of the portfolio containing ten individual papers enclosed in an oversize envelope.
C. S. South, Shelf 338
Finding aid created by Jody Sidlauskas in February 2013.
- RIT Computer Graphics class portfolio
- RIT Archives
- Jody Sidlauskas
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