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Harris Fine Arts Center

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1965-

Administrative History

The Harris Fine Arts Center (dedicated 1965) is a multipurpose building at Brigham Young University. The building includes performance halls, gallery space, classrooms, and practice rooms.

Citation

nuc88-126319: Fairbanks, A.T. Avard T. Fairbanks, 1987? (usage on UPB rept.: Harris Fine Arts Center, Brigham Young University)

Paintings by Julian Alden Weir, 1972: t.p. verso (Brigham Young University Art Gallery, Provo, Utah)

LC database, 11/28/1994 (hdg.: Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Art Gallery; usage: Brigham Young University Art Gallery)

Amer. art directory, 1967 (under Utah, Provo: Brigham Young University, Harris Fine Arts Center, B.F. Larsen Gallery; estab. 1963)

Amer. art directory, 1993/94 (under Utah, Provo: Brigham Young University, B.F. Larsen Gallery, Harris Fine Arts Center; estab. 1965; Gallery 303 is large room within atrium-shaped space)

Intern. dir. of arts, 1993/94: v. 1, p. 825 (Harris Fine Arts Center Galleries, Brigham Young University; F-303 Harris Fine Arts Center)

Official mus. dir., 1992 (under Utah, Provo: Museum of Fine Arts at Brigham Young University, Harris Fine Arts Center; founded 1965; formerly Brigham Young University Museum of Fine Arts; temporarily closed for construction of new facility)

The American image, 1830-1940, 1985: cover (selections from the Brigham Young University art museum collection) pref. (Gallery 303; in Harris Fine Arts Center) added jacket (BYU Museum of Fine Arts)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Department of Communications building project records, 1920-1999

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1215 Series 2
Scope and Contents note Contains records related to the building projects of the Department of Communications, including brochures of funding information, funding proposals, and budgeting. Also contains pictures of project models and correspondence regarding the projects. Includes records about the planned Gordon B. Hinckley Communications Center, including a floor plan and details about conceptual design, as well as records on the Eagle Gate plaza and office towers and the Harris Fine Arts Center, 1920-1999.
Dates: 1920-1999