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Title Oral history interview with Gilda Snowden, 2011, April 13

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 Libraries Electronic Resources  ONLINE AUDIO - Cass Corridor Documentation Project    AVAIL. ONLINE
Series Cass Corridor Documentation Project.
Note Interview conducted by Sean Marshall in Detroit, Mi., for the Cass Corridor Documentation Project, 13 April 2011.
Summary An oral history created as part of a Wayne State University Libraries and University Art Collection collaborative project, to document Cass Corridor culture during the 1960s-1980s. The interviews were conducted by graduate students in an oral history methods course within the Archives Program of the School of Library and Information Science under the direction of Dr. Joseph Turrini. Gilda Snowden talks about her life growing up in Detroit and influences on her art.
Note "Gilda Snowden is a Detroit-based artist, writer, lecturer and curator. She is a Professor of Fine Arts at CCS."
Biographical data retrieved from the College for Creative Studies Faculty webpage, Feb. 6, 2012.
Subject Snowden, Gilda -- Interviews
Cass Corridor (Detroit, Mich.)
Oral history -- Michigan -- Detroit
Artists -- Michigan -- Detroit
Added Author Marshall, Sean Interviewer
Wayne State University. School of Library and Information Science .
Wayne State University. Library System.
Added Title Cass Corridor Documentation Project.
Related To Forms part of: Cass Corridor Documentation Project.
OCLC # 775360976
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