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Interview with Marjorie Kreilick

  • April 7, 2008-April 9, 2008
Madison, Wisconsin: University Archives and Records Management Services
  • In her three April 2008 interviews with Robert Lange, Marjorie Kreilick discusses growing up in Ohio during the Depression and World War II, schooling at Ohio State and Cranbrook Academy, and her art and teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She discusses her family, talks extensively about her own influences and progression as an artist, and critiques the art department at UW-M. Also discussed are the Toledo Museum of Art; life in Rome; friends in Madison; mosaics; color theory; health hazards; and women’s movements. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the UW-Madison Oral History Program.

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Interviewee
Kreilick, Marjorie
Interviewer
Lange, Robert
Date
April 7, 2008-April 9, 2008
Publisher
Madison, Wisconsin: University Archives and Records Management Services
Language
English
Content Type
interview
Location of Original
University of Wisconsin—Madison. Archives. Oral History Program : #963
For Staff
METS