Interview with Stuart Shedletsky
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Interview with Stuart Shedletsky

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Collection: Parsons School of Design Centenary oral history project

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Digital Audio
In this audio interview, Stuart Shedletsky relates his blossoming as an artist under the guidance of faculty members such as Marvin Israel, John Kacere and Paul Brach at Parsons School of Design in the 1960s. Much of the interview dwells on Shedletsky's approach to teaching and his desire to be an advocate for students. He also discusses Dean David C. Levy's administrative style, the importance of studying with practicing artists, and a project, "Still Working: Underknown Artists of Age in America." Interviewer Martica Sawin and Shedletsky discuss the careers of former students and exchange information about Parsons alumni who have died from AIDS-related complications.
March 8 1994
Related people
Martica Sawin (interviewer)
Stuart Shedletsky (interviewee)
New School (New York, N.Y.). New School Archives and Special Collections (publisher)
Parsons School of Design (producer)
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