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College of Fine Arts. Student project, press, and event files. 1937-1985; undated.
University Archives Record Series 122  
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Record Series 122 contains art project, press, and event files of students at the College of Fine Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles, generated between 1937-1981.
The College of Fine Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles, was founded in 1939 as the College of Applied Arts. Degrees offered include Bachelor of Arts in art, music, and physical education (including dance courses). The College was renamed as the College of Fine Arts in 1960. Placing particular emphasis on undergraduate liberal education, the College offered Bachelor of Arts degrees in art, dance, music, and theater arts, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in business education. In the late 1980's the College underwent restructuring, leading to its division into the School of the Arts and the School of Theater, Film and Television in the early 1990's.
4.0 linear ft. (1 carton, 3 oversize boxes)
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