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About this collection

The Muncie Art Students’ League Records digital collection provides online access to constitutions, bylaws, and other administrative records; annual reports; art show programs; meeting minutes; memoranda and correspondence; photographs; scrapbooks; and a video recording created by the Muncie Art Students’ League between 1892 and 2013.

 

The Muncie Art Students’ League was founded in 1892 by local kindergarten teacher Carolyn McCulloch Brady and twelve other Muncie women. Brady was one of several students who had studied art under the prominent Indiana painter J. Otis Adams. Forty-three women attended the first meeting and elected Brady as the organization's first president. According to its constitution, the purpose of the League was "the study of the various branches of art; the bringing together of various art interests of the community, in order to promote a spirit of art interest and appreciation."

 

 

Additional materials from the Muncie Art Students' League records are available in the Ball State University Archives and Special Collections

 
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