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Guide to the Creative Crafts Video Collection

Creative Crafts Video Collection, 1973-1991
744 videocassettes
Location: Closed video stacks
Collection #: 008
Accession #: 98.003

Introduction
Videocassettes of the television program Creative Crafts, produced by the Metropolitan Library System, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma between 1973 and 1991. The collection includes 388 half-hour programs on 744 videocassettes. The program format typically features one or more guests discussing a topic of interest with host and moderator Daniel L. Blanchard. Many of the guests were artists and artisans, and these guests often demonstrate or display their work during the course of the program. Among the prominent contemporary artists who appear on the program are Robert Abbett, Ansel Adams, Joseph Bohler, Duane Bryers, Len Chmiel, Clark Hulings, Wilson Hurley, Bob Kuhn, Robert Lougheed, Kenneth Riley, Morris Rippel, Trevor Southey, Bettina Steinke, Kent Ullberg, William Whitaker, and Richard Zoellner. In addition to art, other major topics covered in the program include handicrafts, literature and publishing, Native American art and culture and performing arts.

History/Biography
The Creative Crafts television series was produced between 1973 and 1991 by the Metropolitan Library System of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in association with the American Institute of Discussion. Daniel L. Blanchard of the American Institute of Discussion served as the host and moderator of the program. Series programs were aired by television stations in Arizona, Colorado, Texas and Oklahoma. The half-hour programs typically consist of one or more guests discussing a single topic of interest. Many of the programs feature artists and artisans discussing and demonstrating their work; other topics include Native American cultural history, publishing and literature, dance, music and theater.

Scope & Content Note  

The Creative Crafts Video collection includes 388 half-hour television programs on 744 videocassettes. All but two of the videocassettes are in U-matic format; nearly all programs exist in two copies on two different videocassettes. Because of age and other factors the video and audio quality of some videocassettes has deteriorated. The collection is physically arranged in call number order, but to aid the researcher it has been intellectually arranged into seven series, Art, Group Discussion, Handicrafts, Literature and Publishing, Native Americans, Performing Arts and Various Topics. A catalog record for each Creative Crafts program is available through the Research Center Web Catalog.

Series 1: Art (1973-1991)
This series is the largest in the collection with 245 programs. The series has been further divided into ten subseries, Architecture; Collections, Exhibitions and Collecting; Drawing; Education; Painting; Photography; Pottery; Prints; Sculpture; and Textiles. Series highlights include discussions and demonstrations of drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture presented by a variety of well known contemporary Western artists and others including Robert Abbett, Joseph Bohler, Duane Bryers, Len Chmiel, Valoy Eaton, Tom Hill, Clark Hulings, Wilson Hurley, James Kramer, Bob Kuhn, David A. Leffel, Carl Link, Robert Lougheed, Jean Richardson, Kenneth Riley, Morris Rippel, Trevor Southey, Bettina Steinke, Kent Ullberg, William Whitaker, and Richard Zoellner. Also included are programs about photography featuring Ansel Adams, David Fitzgerald, David Lubbers, Kurt Markus, Michael Ricker, John Ward and Don Worth. Other covered topics include the pottery and textile art of Jim Romberg and Leonardo Nierman, as well as discussions about the architecture of Bruce Goff, Mies Van Der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright. Additionally, artwork found in collections and museums including the Lehman Collection, the Phillips Collection, the Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art and the National Cowboy Hall of Fame is shown and discussed. Although many of the artists interviewed or profiled are nationally known, the programs also feature many local Oklahoma artists who are not well known outside the state.

Series 2: Group Discussion (1973-1989)
Includes 16 programs featuring videotaped group discussions by members of the American Institute of Discussion. These discussions fall into three main categories: art, history and current events, and the “art of discussion.” The programs about the nature of good art are probably most interesting, while the programs on discussion technique and current events are probably of lesser interest.

Series 3: Handicrafts (1973-1991)
Includes 31 programs featuring artisans discussing and demonstrating their craft. Crafts covered in these programs include jewelry making, leatherworking, stained glass making, glassblowing, picture framing and furniture making. Most of the featured artisans are from Oklahoma, but the work of Vail, Colorado art jewelry designer Dan Telleen is featured in several programs.

Series 4: Literature and Publishing (1973-1991)
This series has 13 programs and features discussions with book and magazine writers, publishers and book designers. Oklahoma authors including Ralph Ellison, science fiction writer C. J. Cherryh and mystery writers Jean Hager, Carolyn Hart and Eve Sandstrom are featured in several of these programs. Other programs include conversations about art magazines with Susan McGarry, cowboy poetry with Guy Logsdon, and book publishing with Texas small press publisher William Wittliff.

Series 5: Native Americans (1974-1989)
Includes 29 programs divided into two subseries, Art and Handicrafts and Cultural Issues. The majority of these programs feature Santa Fe, New Mexico Native American art dealer and author Rex Arrowsmith. The Art and Handicrafts programs cover a wide variety of Native American arts and crafts including, basket making, beadwork, flute making, jewelry making, painting, pottery and rug making. Other featured artists and artisans are Mavis Doering, Enoch Kelly Haney, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Bert Seabourn and Jr. Weryackwe. The Cultural Issues programs all feature Rex Arrowsmith; covered topics include traditional dance and costume, fetishes and Kachinas, musical instruments, weapons and traditional Indian relationships with the horse and buffalo.

Series 6: Performing Arts (1974-1991)
This series with 38 programs is the second largest series in the collection; it has been divided into three subseries, Dance, Music and Theater. Most of the program participants are persons associated with Oklahoma City-area universities and performance groups. Dance subseries topics include jazz and tap dance, ethnic dance and square dance. Dance program participants include Jo Rowan, dance educator at Oklahoma City University and the director of the American Spirit Dance Company. The Music subseries includes both discussion and musical performance, primarily of jazz and classical music. Music program participants include University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) professor and UCO Jazz Lab founder Kent Kidwell, composer Ray Luke and Irvin Wagner, director of the University of Oklahoma Trombone Choir. Theater subseries topics include costume and set design, the Oklahoma Theater Center and the Oklahoma City-based Black Liberated Arts Center. Theater program participants include UCO set designer and director Carveth Osterhaus.

Series 7: Various Topics (1974-1990)
series includes 16 programs on a variety of different topics, which were covered in only a few Creative Crafts programs. Topics include cookery, libraries, zoological parks, gardening and landscaping, television and video production, and vintage photographic postcard views of Oklahoma City.

Subject Terms  

Processing Information  

The Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center acquired the Creative Crafts Video Collection in 1998. The collection was cataloged and arranged by Jonathan Nelson in 2003.

Ownership & Literary Rights  

The Creative Crafts Video Collection is the property of the Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Literary right, including copyright, belongs to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, with the exception of copyrighted artwork images and published literary works, which are the property of the respective copyright holders. It is the responsibility of the researcher, and his/her publisher, to obtain publishing permission from individuals pictured, relevant copyright holders, and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

Restrictions on Access  

The collection is open for research. It is advisable for researchers to discuss their proposed research with staff prior to visiting the Center.

Preferred Citation  

Creative Crafts Video Collection, Box ##, Folder ##, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Container List  

Series 1: Art, 1973-1991
Guest Program Title
  Architecture
Stanley Porch Architecture is art, 1979 [V C01617]
  The architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1979 [V C01620]
  The architecture of Mies Van Der Rohe, 1980 [V C01621]
  The architecture of Le Corbusier, 1981 [V C01623]
  Bruce Goff and his architecture, 1989 [V C01625]
  Collections, Exhibitions and Collecting
Mary Frates and Mary Gordon Taft Oklahoma Arts Institute, 1987 [V C01350]
Ralph Kahn 24th National Exhibition of Prints, Library of Congress, 1975 [V C01450]
Dean Krakel Adventures in Western art, 1977 [V C01483]
George Kuebler African art, 1974 [V C01493]
David Mickenberg The Lehman Collection, 1983 [V C01563]
Laughlin Phillips and Jennifer Phillips The Phillips Collection, 1982 [V C01609]
Harry Pollack Art is an investment, 1977 [V C01613]
Byron Price The John Clymer exhibit, 1991 [V C01237]
  National Academy of Western Art 1988, 1988 [V C01633]
  National Academy of Western Art 1989, 1989 [V C01636]
  National Academy of Western Art 1989; From a field sketch, 1989 [V C01635]
  The National Cowboy Hall of Fame, 1988 [V C01631]
Gerry Riggs Art from Oklahoma collections, 1986 [V C01655]
Father John Walch Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, 1985 [V C01775]
  Drawing
Tony Angell The drawings of Tony Angell, 1983 [V C01081]
Harley Brown Drawings are emotions, 1978 [V C01181]
  Portraying character, 1988 [V C01185]
  Sketches from life, 1980 [V C01183]
Duane Bryers Cartoons and the artist, 1981 [V C01190]
Bob Kuhn Drawing animals from life, 1977 [V C01495]
Pat LeGrande Drawing with color, 1984 [V C01509]
Mabel Owens and Rich Muno Carl Link's drawings, 1974 [V C01598]
Morris Rippel Linear perspective, 1982 [V C01667]
  Morris Rippel's technique of pencil drawing, 1985 [V C01669]
Trevor Southey Drawing the human figure, 1982 [V C01713]
  From vision to form in art, 1984 [V C01719]
  Mixed media drawing, 1982 [V C01715]
  Trevor Southey, one-man show, 1985 [V C01721]
  A unique approach to still life, 1983 [V C01717]
Daniel Sprick Charcoal drawing, 1985 [V C01733]
  Full figure drawing, 1984 [V C01731]
Bettina Steinke The importance of drawing I, 1975 [V C01737]
  The importance of drawing II, 1975 [V C01739]
Paul Strisik Sketching in foreign lands, 1982 [V C01747]
  Sketching in the field, 1981 [V C01745]
William Whitaker Pastel drawings, 1976 [V C01789]
  Education
Necia Miller Teaching art, 1988 [V C01567]
  Painting
Robert Abbett The fall colors of Robert Abbett, 1980 [V C01065]
Barbara Amero The art of Emilio Amero, 1977 [V C01069]
AnnaBelle Birckett Whiskey painting, 1980 [V C01132]
Joseph Bohler Finishing a field painting, 1980 [V C01159]
  Impressionism, 1983 [V C01171]
  Looking at different media, 1983 [V C01169]
  Painting domestic and wild animals, 1982 [V C01167]
  Painting the environment, 1984 [V C01173]
  Pastels, 1981 [V C01163]
  Reflected light, 1985 [V C01174]
  Still life in watercolor, 1980 [V C01157]
  Techniques of watercolor painting, 1975 [V C01153]
  Textures in painting, 1977 [V C01155]
  The use of color, 1981 [V C01161]
  Values in painting, 1982 [V C01165]
Sergei Bongart The world of Sergei Bongart, 1983 [V C01175]
Duane Bryers Narrative painting, 1981 [V C01188]
  The portraits of Duane Bryers, 1986 [V C01192]
Len Chmiel Field painting, 1982 [V C01229]
  From field painting to studio painting, 1982 [V C01231]
  Portrait in watercolor, 1982 [V C01233]
Mark Daily Creating illusion in painting, 1985 [V C01251]
Mike Desatnick Form and mass in painting, 1983 [V C01262]
VaLoy Eaton Emotion and discipline in art, 1976 [V C01294]
  The four seasons, 1979 [V C01298]
  Light and shadow in oil and watercolor, 1976 [V C01292]
  Painting on location, 1981 [V C01296]
  The search for truth, 1984 [V C01300]
John Encinias Landscape painting on location, 1987 [V C01312]
  Organizing a painting, 1987 [V C01314]
  The quiet paintings of John Encinias, 1986 [V C01310]
Gerald Fritzler Capturing light on location, 1986 [V C01362]
  Composition in painting, 1987 [V C01364]
  Figure painting in watercolor, 1982 [V C01356]
  Interpreting landscape in watercolor, 1980 [V C01353]
  Looking at art, 1989 [V C01370]
  Painting elements in nature, 1981 [V C01355]
  Painting outdoors with watercolor, 1984 [V C01358]
  The relationship between drawing and painting, 1985 [V C01360]
  Still life in watercolor, 1989 [V C01367]
  Travel and painting, 1987 [V C01365]
Dan Gerhartz Landscapes of Dan Gerhartz, 1988 [V C01373]
  Painting portraits with Dan Gerhartz, 1988 [V C01374]
Rod Goebel Impressionism, 1982 [V C01382]
  Seascapes of Rod Goebel, 1985 [V C01383]
  Spontaneous painting, 1978 [V C01378]
  Still life in oil, 1981 [V C01380]
Robert A. Heffner and Jon Burris Contemporary Chinese oil painting, 1989 [V C01412]
David Halbach Composition through balance, 1987 [V C01398]
  Illusion of depth in painting, 1987 [V C01400]
  Mood and color with watercolor, 1978 [V C01396]
Barbara Luebke Hill Painting animals in watercolor, 1983 [V C01427]
Tom Hill Looking at color in paintings, 1983 [V C01430]
  Understanding through watercolor, 1980 [V C01429]
Clark Hulings Edges in oil painting I, 1974 [V C01433]
  Edges in oil painting II, 1974 [V C01436]
  Edges in oil painting I and II, c1974 [V C01435]
Wilson Hurley The emergence of a skyscape I, 1975 [V C01438]
  The emergence of a skyscape II, 1975 [V C01440]
  The oil triptych of Wilson Hurley, 1988 [V C01443]
  Wilson Hurley, one-man show, 1977 [V C01442]
  Wilson Hurley, summer skies, Oklahoma, 1988 [V C01444]
MarCyne Johnson Mixed media, 1986 [V C01446]
James Kramer Gouache and watercolor, 1978 [V C01487]
  Painting small, 1977 [V C01485]
Bob Kuhn Animals, action and acrylics, 1977 [V C01497]
David A. Leffel A revolutionary approach to painting, 1983 [V C01511]
  Sculpting with painting and light, 1983 [V C01513]
Dee Loew The Christmas story in art, 1978 [V C01516]
Robert Lougheed Western art, 1973 [V C01522]
  Western art, domestic animals, 1974 [V C01525]
  Western art, wild animals, 1974 [V C01527]
Joan Marron Painting from life, 1988 [V C01547]
Sherri McGraw Painting light, 1983 [V C01557]
Leonardo Nierman The world of Leonardo Nierman, 1977 [V C01585]
Jean Richardson The art of Jean Richardson, 1991 [V C01645]
  The artist and the studio, 1982 [V C01643]
  Living abstractions in acrylics, 1980 [V C01641]
Kenneth Riley The acrylics of Kenneth Riley, 1978 [V C01658]
  Evolution of an historical painting, 1978 [V C01657]
Dan Rippe Painting from field to studio, 1983 [V C01659]
Morris Rippel Egg tempera, 1979 [V C01665]
  The evolution of a watercolor, 1975 [V C01661]
  From field sketch to finished watercolor, 1977 [V C01663]
Conrad Schwiering Painting outdoors in nature, 1981 [V C01694]
Irving Shapiro Inter-relationships of drawing and painting, 1980 [V C01700]
  The use of the negative in watercolor, 1980 [V C01701]
Lowell Ellsworth Smith Interpreting nature in watercolor, 1984 [V C01707]
  Watercolor, the mood, the moment, 1982 [V C01706]
Tucker Smith From a field sketch to a finished painting, 1989 [V C01711]
  Honesty and emotion in painting, 1988 [V C01708]
  Honesty and emotion in painting; From a field sketch, 1989 [V C01710]
  National Academy of Western Art 1989; From a field sketch, 1989 [V C01635]
Daniel Sprick The landscapes of Dan Sprick, 1983 [V C01730]
  Seeing with oil, 1982 [V C01728]
  The self-portraits of Dan Sprick, 1981 [V C01726]
Paul Strisik Painting on location, 1986 [V C01749]
Howard Terpning The beginning of a painting, 1981 [V C01763]
Father John Walch The art of Father John Walch, 1987 [V C01777]
William Whitaker Form in art, 1977 [V C01791]
  Painting in the studio, 1979 [V C01793]
Jim Wilcox Light, atmosphere and design in painting, 1988 [V C01794]
  Photography
Ansel Adams and Jon Burris Ansel Adams and the art of photography, 1977 [V C01067]
Jon Burris California landscape portfolio, 1985 [V C01205]
  Creating fine photographic prints, 1983 [V C01200]
  Fine art photography, 1979 [V C01196]
  The late Laura Gilpin, 1989 [V C01208]
  New Mexico landscapes portfolio, 1984 [V C01202]
  Oklahomans collect fine arts photography, 1983 [V C01198]
  Photographs from old to new, 1977 [V C01194]
  Photogravure, 1989 [V C01210]
  Polaroid as art, 1987 [V C01206]
Albert Edgar Art in photography, 1976 [V C01302]
Terry Falke Making a fine arts photograph, 1987 [V C01316]
David Fitzgerald David Fitzgerald's Oklahoma, 1980 [V C01322]
John Gumm Taking a better picture, 1976 [V C01392]
Goodwin Harding The platinum photographic prints of Goodwin Harding, 1984 [V C01406]
David Lubbers The final photograph visualized, 1988 [V C01533]
  Getting the most out of a negative, 1987 [V C01529]
  Looking at the photographs of David Lubbers, 1987 [V C01531]
  The photographer's eye, 1988 [V C01535]
Kurt Markus The buckroos of Kurt Markus, 1987 [V C01543]
  The cowboy world of Kurt Markus, 1986 [V C01541]
  The one-man show of Kurt Markus, 1987 [V C01545]
Tom Millea The platinum prints of Tom Millea, 1987 [V C01565]
Walter Nelson Images of Mexico, 1986 [V C01579]
Beaumont Newhall and Jon Burris 20th century masters of photography, 1982 [V C01583]
Bernard Plossu The images of Bernard Plossu, 1983 [V C01611]
Michael Ricker Composing a photograph, 1988 [V C01653]
  The photographic images of Michael Ricker, 1987 [V C01647]
  The photographic processes of Michael Ricker, 1987 [V C01649]
  Preservation and presentation of photographs, 1988 [V C01651]
Johnny Shannon Vacation photography, 1979 [V C01698]
John Ward Dye transfer photography, 1986 [V C01783]
  Land and light photography, 1984 [V C01781]
Don Worth Images of nature, 1985 [V C01802]
  Pottery
Evelyn Anderson The clay forms of Evelyn Anderson, 1981 [V C01071]
  Constructing kilns, 1987 [V C01077]
  Glazing and firing ceramics with Evelyn Anderson, 1983 [V C01073]
  Primitive kilns and firing, 1987 [V C01075]
Janey Crain Ceramic surfaces, 1976 [V C01241]
Dan Doak Wood-fired pottery, 1986 [V C01264]
Tracy Dotson Form in pottery, 1979 [V C01278]
  Thrown pottery as art, 1984 [V C01280]
Tracy Dotson and Jane Padgitt Wheel-thrown pottery, 1974 [V C01276]
Ron DuBois Ceramic concepts and techniques, 1976 [V C01284]
Rick Haynes Pottery in porcelain, 1979 [V C01410]
Montee Hoke Glazes in pottery, 1978 [V C01431]
Carol Kaunisto Neri age in porcelain, 1988 [V C01454]
  The porcelains of Carol Kaunisto, 1988 [V C01452]
Jane Padgitt Functional pottery, 1979 [V C01603]
Jane Padgitt and Tracy Dotson Slab-built pottery, 1974 [V C01601]
Gayle Prunhuber Form and color in ceramics, 1986 [V C01637]
Jim Romberg An artist's development, 1989 [V C01678]
  Raku pottery, 1973 [V C01674]
  The Raku process, 1989 [V C01680]
  Raku sculpture, 1981 [V C01676]
Frank Simons Hands and clay, 1975 [V C01704]
  Prints
Anthony Peter Gorny Techniques of printmaking, 1975 [V C01384]
Ralph Kahn American printmaking in the '70s, 1974 [V C01448]
Eleanor Kirkpatrick Graphics, relief process, 1975 [V C01474]
  Intaglio prints, 1976 [V C01476]
  Lithographs, 1977 [V C01478]
  Master prints, 1979 [V C01481]
  Prints, 1974 [V C01472]
  Serigraphs and mixed media, 1978[V C01480]
Sharon Montgomery The etchings of Sharon Montgomery, 1987 [V C01569]
Loraine Moore Aquatints, 1978 [V C01571]
  The original prints of Loraine Moore, 1987 [V C01573]
Lawrence Scholder Etching and relief etching, 1973 [V C01692]
Jim Starr The evolution and design of a poster, 1986 [V C01735]
Richard Zoellner Intaglio printing in color, 1977 [V C01808]
  Sculpture
Tony Angell Finding form in stone, 1983 [V C01079]
George Carlson Interrelationships of drawing and sculpture, 1980 [V C01213]
  Sculpture in the round, 1980 [V C01215]
Danville Chadbourne The clay forms of Danville Chadbourne, 1982 [V C01223]
  Clay sculpture, 1974 [V C01219]
  Sculptural dimensions in clay, 1980 [V C01221]
Michael Foster Creating wood-turned vessels, 1986 [V C01340]
  Sculpture in wood-turned vessels, 1989 [V C01342]
  Wood-turned forms, 1985 [V C01338]
Al Kidwell Toys for adults, 1974 [V C01456]
Rich Muno Sculpting a life-size pioneer man I, 1975 [V C01575]
  Sculpting a life-size pioneer man II, 1975 [V C01577]
Leonardo Nierman Sculpture by Nierman, 1980 [V C01587]
Melissa Owens-Suman Soft sculpture, 1980 [V C01599]
Charles Pratt Welded sculpture, 1975 [V C01629]
Kathy Reynolds Neon art; New Age music, 1991 [V C01767]
Laurie Spencer Ceramic sculpture, 1991 [V C01723]
  Science fiction with C. J. Cherryh; Ceramic sculpture, 1991 [V C01227]
Bradley Sweeney Marble, 1975 [V C01751]
  Versatile marble, 1977 [V C01753]
Kent Ullberg Capturing life in bronze, 1981 [V C01764]
  From clay to bronze, 1981 [V C01765]
Ed Wilson Creating Ellison's sculpture in bronze and stainless steel, 1975 [V C01308]
  Sculpture, 1974 [V C01798]
Phillip Zellner The evolution of bird carving, 1977 [V C01806]
  Sculpting birds in wood, 1976 [V C01804]
  Textiles
Patricia Hand Frannea Batik, 1974 [V C01348]
Joan Harrell Weaving ikat, 1980 [V C01408]
Wilna Lane Spinning and dyeing naturally, 1977 [V C01505]
E. Marti Fiber hangings, 1974 [V C01549]
  Weaving off-loom and on-loom, 1978 [V C01551]
Leonardo Nierman The tapestries of Leonardo Nierman, 1983 [V C01589]
Deborah Papathanasiou Crocheting fibers, 1976 [V C01608]
Marion Stewart The needle, 1978 [V C01743]
  Tatting, 1974 [V C01743]
Violet Walker Ojos de Dios, 1976 [V C01779]
Series 2: Group Discussion, 1973-1989
Guest Program Title
  Art
Virginia Beatty, et al. Sculpture, 1983 [V C01124]
Tommy Lou Flynn, et al. What's in a portrait?, 1979 [V C01336]
Pat Fowler, et al. What makes a landscape?, 1980 [V C01346]
Judith King, et al. Drawing is art, 1982 [V C01470]
  What's in a still life?, 1980 [V C01468]
  Art of Discussion
Daniel L. Blanchard, et al. A. I. D. discussion, 1984 [V C01334]
  The art of A. I. D. discussion, 1989 [V C01144]
  Discussion for living, 1988 [V C01140]
  Jogging the mind the A. I. D. way, 1986 [V C01136]
  Jogging your mind, 1988 [V C01142]
  The world of ideas, 1987 [V C01138]
Tommy Lou Flynn, et al. Discussion and the human mind, 1977 [V C01334]
  Current Events and History
Tommy Lou Flynn, et al. Declaration of Independence, 1975 [V C01330]
  Gettysburg Address, 1974 [V C01328]
  The greatest man in the world, 1976 [V C01332]
  Jonathan Livingston Seagull, 1973 [V C01326]
Series 3: Handicrafts, 1973-1991
Guest Program Title
  Jewelry
Elyse Bogart Creating jewelry, 1991 [V C01152]
  Creating jewelry; Cimarron Circuit Opera, 1991 [V C01151]
Jim Cotter Jewelry casting, 1973 [V C01239]
Katharine Palmer Designing and making jewelry, 1980 [V C01605]
  The sculptured jewelry of Katharine Palmer, 1987 [V C01607]
Dan Telleen Care and selection of jewelry, 1989 [V C01759]
  Jewelry pattern making, 1973 [V C01757]
  The special tools of Dan Telleen, 1989 [V C01761]
  Leatherworking
Richard Delbridge Designing leather, 1976 [V C01253]
David Pope Fashioning leather, 1975 [V C01615]
Mary Powell Fashioning leather, 1975 [V C01627]
  Other Handicrafts
Janet Blankenship and Nancy Brawner Stained glass objects, 1973 [V C01146]
Carol Bogardus Model trains, 1980 [V C01150]
Dick Cies Glassblowing, 1973 [V C01235]
Maxcine Denton The art of framing, 1974 [V C01255]
  Choosing a frame, 1985 [V C01260]
  Framing properly, 1979 [V C01258]
  What's in a frame, 1977 [V C01257]
George Droescher and Wally Huskonen Scandinavian crafts, 1977 [V C01282]
Tauno Ekonen Handcrafting violins, 1976 [V C01304]
Arthur Flynn Hobby wood finishing, 1973 [V C01324]
Shannon Fulton and Tommy Lou Flynn Clothing design, 1974 [V C01372]
Beth Gutcheon Quilting, 1975 [V C01394]
Billie Hanes and Tommy Perkins Stained glass, 1987 [V C01402]
Karen J. Hendrix Stained glass art, 1991 [V C01414]
  Art of acting; Stained glass art, 1991 [V C01591]
James Henkle Art in furniture, 1986 [V C01419]
  Creating furniture, 1979 [V C01415]
  Designing furniture prototypes, 1982 [V C01417]
  Evolution of a showcase, 1987 [V C01421]
  Innovative furniture in wood, 1987 [V C01423]
Frank Kulasiewicz Off-hand glass blowing, 1975 [V C01499]
Jack Roth The art of horseshoeing, 1978 [V C01682]
Series 4: Literature and Publishing, 1973-1991
Guest Program Title
Lee Brawner A conversation with National Book Award winner Ralph Ellison, 1975 [V C01306]
William Cason and Lee Brawner Book design, 1973 [V C01217]
C. J. Cherryh Science fiction with C. J. Cherryh, 1991 [V C01228]
  Science fiction with C. J. Cherryh; Ceramic sculpture, 1991 [V C01227]
Guy William Logsdon Cowboy poetry with Guy Logsdon, 1991 [V C01518]
Savoie Lottinville and Lee Brawner The role of the publisher, 1976 [V C01520]
Susan Hallsten McGarry Southwest Art magazine, 1987 [V C01553]
  The world of special interest magazines, 1987 [V C01555]
Susan Meyer American Artist, 1977 [V C01561]
Wayne Robinson and Lee Brawner Collaborative writing, 1974 [V C01671]
Eve Sandstrom, et al. The art of mystery I; The art of mystery II, 1991 [V C01769]
  New Age music; The art of mystery II, 1991 [V C01768]
John Ward Art and publishing, 1989 [V C01785]
William Wittliff and Lee Brawner The birth of a book, 1974 [V C01800]
Series 5: Native Americans, 1974-1989
Guest Program Title
  Art and Handicrafts
Rex Arrowsmith American Indian beadwork, 1976 [V C01095]
  American Indian pottery, 1976 [V C01096]
  Navajo rugs, 1980 [V C01116]
  Oklahomans at the Indian Market, 1977 [V C01102]
  Prehistoric American Indian crafts, 1977 [V C01100]
  The role of the Indian trader, 1976 [V C01098]
  Southwestern Indian arts & crafts (beadwork, baskets, fiber weaving), 1974 [V C01085]
  Southwestern Indian arts & crafts (Indian jewelry), 1974 [V C01087]
  Southwestern Indian arts & crafts (Kachina dolls, pottery, jewelry), 1974 [V C01083]
  Southwestern Indian baskets, 1975 [V C01093]
  Southwestern Indian Kachina dolls, 1975 [V C01089]
  Southwestern Indian rugs, 1975 [V C01091]
Mavis Doering Basketry as art, 1982 [V C01270]
  Cherokee basket plaques, 1978 [V C01268]
  Cherokee basket weaving, 1978 [V C01266]
  The many faces of Indian baskets with Mavis Doering, 1987 [V C01272]
  Variations in Cherokee basket making, 1989 [V C01274]
Enoch Kelly Haney Touching the past, 1979 [V C01404]
Doc Tate Nevaquaya Making and playing the Indian flute, 1976 [V C01581]
Bert Seabourne Indian painting, 1975 [V C01696]
Jr. Weryackwe Comanche beadwork of Jr. Weryacke, 1988 [V C01787]
  Cultural Issues
Rex Arrowsmith American Indian dance and costume, 1977 [V C01105]
  The Indian and the buffalo, 1980 [V C01120]
  The Indian and the horse, 1980 [V C01118]
  Indian fetishes, 1978 [V C01108]
  Indian Kachinas, 1978 [V C01110]
  Indian musical instruments, 1979 [V C01114]
  Indian weapons, 1978 [V C01106]
  Pre-Columbian artifacts, 1979 [V C01112]
Series 6: Performing Arts, 1974-1991
Guest Program Title
  Dance
LaVerne Benda Czech customs and folk dancing, 1975 [V C01128]
Chet Ferguson and Stan Ruebell Square dancing, 1988 [V C01318]
  Square dancing national convention, 1988 [V C01320]
Barbara Fowler Jazz dancing, 1980 [V C01344]
Bill Graham Tap dancing, 1979 [V C01386]
Betty Lawrence Highland fling dancers, 1975 [V C01507]
Jo Rowan America's jazz and tap, 1987 [V C01688]
  Seventy years of American dance, 1982 [V C01686]
  Music
Carol Brice and Thomas Carey The art of singing, 1980 [V C01179]
Thomas Carey Cimarron Circuit Opera, 1991 [V C01212]
  Creating jewelry; Cimarron Circuit Opera, 1991 [V C01151]
Kyle Champion, et al. Chamber music, 1986 [V C01225]
Bob Gilkeson, et al. Jazz combo, 1974 [V C01377]
Michael Hennagin A composer's world, 1978 [V C01425]
Kent Kidwell Dixieland jazz, 1983 [V C01462]
  Instruments in big band jazz, 1988 [V C01466]
  Jazz: America's music, 1978 [V C01458]
  Jazz ensemble, 1981 [V C01460]
  Style differentials in big band jazz, 1988 [V C01464]
Peter Krauss and Lisa Turci Jazz piano, 1980 [V C01489]
Ray Luke Composing music, 1977 [V C01537]
Ray Luke and Carveth Osterhaus Medea--the opera, 1979 [V C01539]
Lacy McLarry Suzuki violin method, 1979 [V C01559]
Steve McLinn Neon art; New Age music, 1991 [V C01767]
  New Age music; The art of mystery II, 1991 [V C01768]
Lee Rucker Red River Ramblers play Dixieland jazz, 1987 [V C01690]
Don E. Teeter The acoustic guitar, 1977 [V C01756]
Irvin Wagner OU Trombone Choir, 1979 [V C01773]
  University of Oklahoma Trombone Choir, 1974 [V C01771]
  Theater
Barry Boettcher and Larry Shea Puppetry, 1974 [V C01148]
Lyle Dye, Jr. Oklahoma Theater Center, 1974 [V C01286]
  Oklahoma Theater Center, 1975 [V C01288]
  The theater and the Bicentennial, 1975 [V C01290]
Gordon Greene The role of the director, 1977 [V C01390]
George Kuebler Young talent in Oklahoma, 1974 [V C01491]
Kathryn Huey O'Meara Art of acting, 1991 [V C01592]
  Art of acting; Stained glass art, 1991 [V C01591]
Carveth Osterhaus Staging "The Ballad of Baby Doe," 1980 [V C01593]
Paul Rheinhardt Costume design, 1981 [V C01639]
Jo Rowan American musical theater, 1982 [V C01684]
Tyrone Wilkerson, et al. B. L. A. C., Inc., 1974 [V C01797]
Series 7: Various Topics, 1974-1990
Guest Program Title
Darrell Barton TV News photography, 1975 [V C01122]
John Bennett Chicken in the pot, 1976 [V C01130]
  Holiday menus, 1975 [V C01128]
Lee Brawner Libraries: more than books, 1990 [V C01177]
Larry Curtis Behind the scenes at the zoo, 1976 [V C01247]
  The hidden zoo, 1977 [V C01249]
  Making natural habitats natural, 1975 [V C01245]
  Tomorrow's zoo today, 1975 [V C01243]
Herb Graves Hobby gardening, 1974 [V C01388]
Greg LaChapelle Sculptured land, 1975 [V C01501]
Cris Lafferty Evolution of an advertisement, 1986 [V C01503]
Greg Leslie Home videos, 1988 [V C01514]
Hal Ottaway and Jim Edwards The vanished splendor: postcard views of early Oklahoma City, 1982 [V C01595]
Bob Rodkey Directing TV, 1977 [V C01672]
Joan Shelton Collecting antique dolls, 1979 [V C01702]
Jay Spivey Lighting for television, 1981 [V C01724]
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