Waters, Sara 1988-12-23

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Sara Waters, an art professor at Texas Tech, gives her art and music background, her move to Lubbock to teach at the university and her present art and music endeavors.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Sara Waters

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: December 23, 1988

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Richard Mason

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Background, Education, Indiana University, philosophy major, Quit school, Nazus College, Kentucky, art major, Quit school, Marriage, Child, Divorce, Music, Ukulele, age 11, Folk group, age 16, Present art, Large scale sculpture, Materials, Wood, Clay, Art background, Spalding University, Kentucky (1971), Indiana University, MFA, Job with Texas Tech University (1977), Sara Waters (perspective), Lubbock, Texas, Job, Family, Landscape affectation of art, Art, Large scale sculpture, Time involved, Multi-media pieces.

Tape 1, Side 2: Sara Waters (perspective), Personal music, Combination of music/art, Solo gallery show, Lubbock (1988), Music performance, 12-16 sculptures, Sara Waters, history, Personal, Art interest shift (1981), Drawing/Painting, Self-analysis, Art shows, Jury shows (1978-1979), Two person show (1981), New Talent in Texas show (1984), Solo show, Houston (1987), Women talent, Washington D. C. (1988), Sara Waters (perspective), Children, Lubbock.

Range Dates: 1968-1988

Bulk Dates: 1971-1988

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