Gregg, Margaret, 1940-
Margaret Gregg, artist and social activist, originally from Chicago, Ill., graduated from the College of Mt. Joseph in Cincinnati, Ohio with a bachelor's degree, received a master's degree from the Cambridge-Goddard Graduate School for Social Change, and a masters of fine arts degree from East Tennessee State University. She has worked as a studio artist, a faculty member at the Lithuanian Institute of Art and East Tennessee State University, a graphic artist for NCI Appalachia Leadership Initiative, research coordinator for the James Agee Film Project, and as an executive director for Broadside Television, Inc. Beginning in the 1960s, she became noted for creating poster art for social movements in the Appalachian region.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The Broadside Television Collection includes both manuscripts and tapes. The manuscript documentation includes legal, financial, personnel, publicity and programming records, as well as correspondence and grant proposals. The tapes cover the myriad of topics included among Broadside's programs. Among these topics are local and regional history, environment, aging, medical care, Appalachian folklore, and country music.An addition incorporated into the existing collection includes 36...
Dates: 1970 - 1978
Scope and Contents The Federation of Communities in Service Records consist of bylaws, minutes, financial statements, various correspondence, news clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, research files, grant materials, recordings, and miscellaneous printed matter and ephemera documenting the development and history of FOCIS. Early Glenmary documents contain information on the work of the order, while other paper materials express why many of the sisters left the order, evident in newspaper clippings and articles. ...
Scope and Contents The collection documents Gregg's varied artistic and social interests and activities, including work with the James Agee Film Project documentary film on the Tennessee Valley Authority, Appalachian Women's Cultural Education Committee, the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services projects at ETSU, and environmental issues of East Tennessee, among others. Material in the collection includes clippings, notes, financial records, journals, transcripts, correspondence, photographs, slides, audio,...