CCF: Artists Project: on the identification and utilization
of largely untapped resources
- 1980

selected photos - part 1of 2

cover of the 1980 CCF book (designed by project artist/designer Dwight Johnson)

James Biederman, CETA sculptor, and Joan Mondale, honorary chair of the Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities,
at the unveiling of the CCF murals produced for the World Trade Center. Artist Ilya Bolotiwsky is in the middle background;
CCF associate project director Suzanne Randolph is in the right background. November, 1979. (photo: Port Authority)

Mural by CETA painter Herman Cherry (who had also worked in the WPA Artists Project) at the senior center
of St. Malachy's Church, Manhattan. (photo: Marbeth)

Cynthia Mailman painting a mural for installation at the PATH station of the World Trade Center. Her mural and the
others in the World Trade Center were destroyed both in the 1993 bombing and the 2001 attack. (photo: Stanford Golub)

CETA painter Charles Stanley (self-described as il pittore euforico) in front of his mural for the Amato Opera. (photo: Sarah Wells)

Installation by CETA sculptor David Seccombe at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island. August, 1979. (photo: Stanford Golub)

CETA painter Dan Brobander working on a mural for the P.S. 3 Annex, Manhattan. (photo: Marbeth)

CETA dancer Naaz Hosseini conducts a workshop at the Brooklyn Heights library. (photo: Sarah Wells)

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