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Schrader, Jack, 1935-1993



John E. “Jack” Schrader was born in 1935 and was a native of Berlin, Wisconsin. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Lawrence College in Wisconsin and his Masters of Fine Arts degree from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. In 1962, Schrader joined the faculty at East Tennessee State University and served as professor and chairman in the art department. Jack Schrader died on November 7, 1993 in Johnson City, Tennessee.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Appalachian Farm Photographs

 Collection — Other Box 1
Identifier: AppMs-0054
Scope and Contents The Appalachian Farm Photographs featured work by six local photographers: Jack Schrader, Bill Blanton, John Anderson, Earl Carter, Kenneth Murray, and Craigie Hemenway. The project was funded by a Tennessee Committee for the Humanities grant. The photographs were displayed in conjunction with “The American Farm: A Photographic History” exhibit in 1979.Images included in this collection document the original photographs displayed in the "Appalachian Farm" section of a larger...
Dates: 1979

Thomas Burton and Jack Schrader Films

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-0441
Scope and Contents The Thomas Burton and Jack Schrader films resulted from a partnership that began in the 1970s, when Burton began working with Schrader to produce They Shall Take Up Serpents, a documentary film on serpent handling in religious services. They continued their alliance and produced six additional documentaries. In addition to They Shall Take Up Serpents, Burton and Schrader also explore regional music in Buna and...
Dates: 1973 - 1974

Jack Schrader Photographs and Films

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-0456
Scope and Contents The Jack Schrader Photographs consist of black & white and color negatives, slides, contact sheets, proofs, and prints. Schrader's work encompasses a variety of subjects and ranges from portraits to candids to landscapes. Images from Schrader's exhibit "Portrait of a Community" and the Sinking Creek Film Festival are included in the collection. Several negatives and prints experiment with different photographic materials and techniques. The collection also includes minimal correspondence...
Dates: 1967-1986, Undated

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Photographs 2
Ballads 1
Correspondence 1
Country life -- Appalachian Region, Southern 1
Dulcimer -- Construction 1