Film, Video The People's Art
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- The People's Art
- Julie Goldsmith discusses "The People's Art: The Chicago Tribune's Transformation of Visual Journalism and Printing in the 20th Century." The Chicago Tribune is noteworthy for its printing innovations in the early 20th century. In hopes of bringing quality art to the general public through its newspaper, Tribune staff developed mass production techniques to produce quality color. This talk discusses techniques created by the Tribune staff, the artistic styles represented in the newspaper and their effect on the reading public.
- Event Date
- October 23, 2007
- - Julie Goldsmith is manager of the Chicago Tribune Historical Collection at Michigan State University, where she is also working on her dissertation at the College of Communicant Arts and Sciences. She has a Masters of Science in Journalism from Northwestern University and has taught a variety of courses on journalism history, print media and mass communications. In addition to public affairs positions at several academic institutions, Goldsmith has worked as a TV news editor on CNBC, a features writer for the Indianapolis Star & News, and as a medical reporter. She has been recognized for her reporting, notably with the 1998 Women in Communications Clarion Award for hard news at a major daily for her Indianapolis Star article on "Indiana's Illegal Population Might Be Booming."
- Running Time
- 46 minutes 40 seconds
- Online Format
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