Films, Videos, Writings, Speeches and Interviews about June Wayne

1953

  • “In the Mailbag” Santa Barbara News-Press, 8 February 1953

1959

  • “Arts' Chamber Music- Letter to the editor, Newsweek, 2 November 1959

1966

  • "The Art of Selling Art" Los Angeles: Tamarind Publications, 1966
  • "Danger, Amateurs in the Arts" Chicago Daily News Panorama, 4 June 1966
  • "Foundation Gamesmanship" Los Angeles: Tamarind Publications, 1966
  • "How a Lithograph Is Made- and How Much It Costs" Los Angeles: Tamarind Publications, 1966
  • "New Careers in the Arts" Los Angeles: Tamarind Publications, 1966

1969

  • “About Tamarind" Los Angeles: Tamarind Publications, 1969
  • “Curious License " New York Times, Art Mailbag, 1 June 1969
  • Narration for The Look of a Lithographer, documentary film
  • Production and writing for Four Stones for Kanemitsu, documentary film (completed 1973)
  • "The Ten-Year Rescue of an Art Form; Uthography Rescue at Tamarind Workshop" San Francisco Chronicle, This World, 11 May 1969

1970

  • Interview by Paul Cummings Archive of American Art 4-8 August 1970, ed. June
  • Wayne, 1994-96 Cassette
  • "A Souvenir for History" Harper's Bazaar 103, no 3098 (January 1970): 139

1971

  • Preface to Adams, C, and G Antreasian, The Tamarind Book of Lithography Art & Techniques New York: Harry N Abrams 1971

1972

  • Creator of "Joan of Art Seminars on Professional Problems of Women Artists"
  • Guest of James Hanschumacher, The Lively Arts, CBS
  • Host of June Wayne, KCET/PBS
  • “On Originality" Print Collector’s Newsletter 3, no 2 (May-June 1972): 28-29
  • “On Redefining Original Print" Print Review 1 (1972): II
  • "Sex Differentials in Art Exhibition Reviews: A Statistical Study" Foreword Los Angeles: Tamarind Publication s, 1971

1973

  • "The Male Artist as a Stereotypical Female"
  • Art Journal 32, no 4 (Summer 1973): 414- 16; Artnews 72, no 10 (December 1973); Art In Society 2, no 1 (Spring-Summer 1974); Art Studies for an Editor: 24 Essays in Memory of Milton S Fox, 269-75 New York: Harry N Abrams, 1975; Feminist Collage: Educating Women in the Visual Arts, ed. J Loeb 128- 37 New York: Teacher's College Press 1979; Washington Artist, September 1986, 6-10

1974

  • "Symposium on the Politics of the Arts: The Private Sector” Program Arts in Society Regents of the University of Wisconsin, Madison 1974: 74-90
  • "The Tradition of Narrative Tapestry" Craft Horizons 34, no 4 (August 1974): 26-29, 49

1975

  • "AB1054- The Debate Continues" Artweek 6, no 27 (9 August 1975)
  • "Letter to the Editor" Artists for Economic Action, November 1975
  • "On the Art of Robert Hansen" In Robert Hansen Los Angeles: Occidental College, 9 July-30 September 1975

1976

  • "Aesthetic Peaks and Valleys" With Joyce Treiman Los Angeles Times, Calendar, 24 October 1976
  • "The Creative Process: Artists, Carpenters, and the Flat Earth Society" Craft Horizons 36, no 5 (October 1976): 30-31, 64-67
  • "Forum Page: On Print Disclosure Legislation" American Artist 40, no 405 (April1976): 58
  • Interview with June Wayne, Oral History Program, UCLA
  • "Response" Currant 2, no 2 (August-September- October 1976)

1978

  • "Letters" Artnews 77, no 1 (January 1978)
  • "Letters" Los Angeles Times Calendar, 1 October 1978

1979

  • Interview by Lynn Littman, "The Dorothy Series," in Once a Daughter, KCET, 13 April 1979
  • Introduction to Ruth Weisberg Survey Exhibition, 1971-1979 Los Angeles: Municipal Art Gallery, 1979

1981

  • Guest of Nancy Kaufman, Art Beat, KRLU, Austin Texas
  • "Tamarind: An Anniversary Album 1960- 1980" With Clinton Adams Tamarind Papers 4 no 1 (Winter 1980-81): 6- 17
  • Writing, production, direction, and narration for The Dorothy Series by June Wayne, later a video by KCET /PBS (1983)

1982

  • Interview by Kathryn Smith "Los Angeles Art Community, Group Portrait" Regents of the University of California, UCLA Oral History Program, Los Angeles 1982 Cassette

1983

  • Oral history excerpts in "History Repeats Itself (Part 1}: Los Angeles Art Community, Group Portrait," ed. F Colpitt, M Delgado, and M Tuchman Journal, Los Angeles Institute of Art, no 35 (Winter 1983): 27, 31 35

1984

  • "The View from Inside" Speech Tamarind twenty-fifth anniversary exhibition Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, UCLA 2 December 1984

1985

  • “Avant garde Mind-set in the Artist's Studio" Speech "Avant-garde in Literature and Art" Hofstra University Hempstead, New York, 15 November 1985; Mutiny and the Mainstream Talk that Changed Art, 1975- 1990, ed. J Seigel, 238- 40 New York: Midmarch Arts Press 1992

1986

  • "The Visual Artist and the Galaxies" Westweek Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood, 1986

1987

  • "Inside the Outside" Speech "The New Deal and FDR and the Arts " Hillsdale College, Michigan 1987
  • Interview by Henry Hopkins "Backstage at Royce" KUSC/ FM
  • "Making Art in the 1980's: A Hard Choice" (A variation of
    "Avant-Garde Mind-set in the Artist's Studio" 1985)

1988

  • "Goodbye Louisie, a Tribute to Louise Nevelson (1899- 1988)
    " Women Artists News 23, no 2 (Summer 1988): 23, 45
  • Interview by Henry Hopkins, "Backstage at Royce"
    KUSC/ FM 18 March 1988
  • lnterview by Robert Barrett, The Djuna Set, Fresno Art
    Museum , video, February-March 1988
  • "Leonardo and I, Trekking the Galaxies" Speech
    Distinguished Lecture Series California State
    University Fresno, 26 April 1988
 

1989

  • "The Art of the Matter: Controversial Art and Public Funding" Number 35 of the Eleanor Dickinson video series
  • "Broken Stones and Whooping Cranes: Thoughts of a Willful Artist" Keynote
  • address Print Council of Australia National Print Symposium, 25 March 1989; Tamarind Papers 13 (1990): 16-27, 94

1990

  • “The Arts and the Sound Bite that Kills” Commencement address School of the Arts, UCLA, 16 June 1990: UCLA Magazine 2, no 2 (Summer 1990): 11-12, 26; Mutiny and the Mainstream: Talk that Changed Art, 1975-1900, ed. J Seigel, 309-10 New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1992
  • Foreword to Matsumi Kanemitsu Lithographs 1994 Nagoya, Japan: Memory's Gallery, 1990
  • "Obscenity Reconsidered" Convocation speech College Art Association, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 16 February 1990; CAA News 15, no 2 (March- April 1990): 3- 5; Mutiny and the Mainstream: Talk that Changed Art, 1975- 1990, ed. J Seigel New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1992
  • Tamarind Institute Symposium: "Printer's Impressions" University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 6 September 1990

1991

  • "The Artist and the Two-Faced Clock" Commencement address Pennsylvania Academy of Arts, Philadelphia, June 1991
  • "The Golden Triangle: The Art of the Print Celebrating 35 Years of the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts" UCLA 29 September 1991
  • "Government and the Arts: Now What?" Art in the Life of LA Conference sponsored by the Los Angeles Times, 14 November 1991
  • "Is Anybody Out There? In Memory of Joyce Treiman" Speech Dickson Art Center,
  • UCLA, 30 June 1991
  • "Ruth Weisberg: Prints Mid-life Catalogue Raisonne, 1961- 1990" With Judith Hoffberg Tamarind Papers 14 (1991-92): 83- 84
  • "Thirty-five Years of Grunwald: A Tribute to Dr. Maurice Bloch" Speech UCLA
  • 29 September 1991
  • "Uneasy Duo: Design & Commerce" Commencement address Moore College of Art
  • and Design Philadelphia, June 1991
  • “Walking Backward into the 21st Century" Keynote address Association of lnternational Art Critics Conference, Barnsdall Park Los Angeles 10 October 1991; Beyond Walls and Wars: Art, Politics, and Multiculturalism ed. K Levin , 1-7 New York: Midmarch Arts Press, 1992; American Art 6, no 1 (Winter 1992): 2- 5

1992

  • California Printmaker, no 4 (Fall 1992): 5-6

1993

  • Memorial Tribute to Wilson McNeil Lowry" Address Promenade of the State Theatre, Lincoln Center, New York, 27 September 1993

1994

  • "Virtual Reality and the Big One" Commencement address California State University College Art Association, Northridge, 6 June 1994

1996

  • "Statement on DNA as a Working Theme" In "Models, Metaphors, and Matter: Artists and Scientists Visualize Scientific Concepts," by S Anker Art Journal, Spring 1996 42- 43
  • The World of Art: Works in Progress: June Wayne, PBS

1997

  • “Whose Obit Is It Anyway?' Whose Story Now / The Artist As Author/ ity" College Art Association Annual Conference, New York, 14 February 1997

1998

  • Life and Times, KCET, 25 November 1998

1999

  • "The Brindel Clique" In Brindel JR, and W Zelinsky, eds Bernard Brindel Who Wore at His Heart the Fire's Center Chicago: Heraclitus Press/Volume One Press, 1999: 28-3
  • A Glimpse into the LA Art Scene, Century Communications Corporation, 14 May 1999
  • Opening address Women's Caucus for Art Annual Conference, Los Angeles, 9 February 1999
  • Rapture and the Bends: Essays by June Wayne New York: Midmarch Arts Press, in progress

2000

  • "State of the Arts: California Artists Talk about Their Work" Interview Conversations with Barbara Isenberg New York: William Morrow, 2000: 123- 29

2002

  • "The Print as Rare Object" Panel discussion Swann Auction Galleries, New York

2003

  • "The Art of the Print in a Time of War" Speech Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, 10 February 2003; Orange Count Museum of Art California, 17 June 2003
  • "The Magician and the Mechanic: Tamarind Lithography Workshop, the Early Years: Speech San Diego Museum of Art, February 2003

2004

  • "Girltalk" Panel discussion moderated by Judith K Brodsky Conference of the
  • Southern Graphics Council State Theatre, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 19 March 2004
  • Keynote interview With Robert Conway Conference of the Southern Graphics
  • CounciL State Theatre, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 18 March 2004
  • Video interview by Lyn Kienholz, California/International Arts Foundation 4 September 2004 (www.ansconversations.org)
     

2005

  • "Conversation: Judith Brodsky and June Wayne: Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, 20 October 2005
  • "A Conversation with June Wayne" Interview with Jay Belloli Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, 24 September 2005
  • "La Cienega in the '6os" Panel discussion moderated by Molly Barnes Los Angeles
  • Art Association/ Gallery 825, Los Angeles, 11 September 2005
  • "The Science of Art and Vice Versa: Tango or Dirty Dancing?" Speech SciArt Fourth
  • International Symposium, New Brunswick New Jersey, 11 June 2005
  • Video interview by Stacy Keach and Gary Greenberg, 27 February 2005

2006

  • "About The Dorothy Series" Speech Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo, 23 September 2oo6
  • "Art of Lithography with Tributes to Clinton Adams and Garo Antreasian" Speech
  • University of New Mexico Art Museum Albuquerque, 16 November 2oo6
  • "Dorothy in Fresno" Speech Council of 100 Symposium, Fresno Art Museum 9 September 2006

2009

  • Video, "Water Works", MB Abram Galleries Tamarind Studios, Hollywood, 2009

2010

  • Video, MB Abram Galleries, Art Institute of Chicago, 2010

2017

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