College News and Departmental Notes: Fine Arts
by Departmental notes - 1920
Professor Cornell, under the direction of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, conducted a series of lectures on design for the heads of departments and buyers of R. H. Macy and Company. The course was such a success Professor Cornell was asked to repeat it during May. Professor Cornell addressed a general session of the Western Federation of Arts Convention in Detroit on “Taste in Design.” The lettering class under the supervision of Miss Tannahill, during the past semester, published a book of letters of the alphabet. Each member of the class designed a letter in a 6-inch square and cut it on a linoleum block. Three hundred copies of the book were printed by Wm. E. Rudge and are on sale for the benefit of the Fine Arts Scholarship Fund.
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