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News Release (July 15, 1965)


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News Release (July 15, 1965)
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New College News Release, For Release: Thursday, July 15, 1965
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New College of Florida
New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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July 15, 1965


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MEW COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION FOR RELEASE: THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1965 llerbert C. Stoddard, ucll known artist and teacher of Sarasota, has been named an assistant in fin2 arts at Uet.,r College and tvill teach during the com-ing academic year. He direct and supervise studic work in the fine arts for under-graduates on campus beeinning in September. Students may also take part in the New College Fine Arts Institute once they have achieved the rank of ad-vanced painter. Stoddard studied architecture at the University of Virginia, \etv York University, the Institute o f Beaux Arts, and the Atelier Licht in Netv York and had private instruction in architectural rendering with Arthur Guptill. After doing free lance architectural and commercial art, Stoddard taught art in the i'iew York State public schools, and as a cartographer and artist on the Grand Plan for the development of New York City environs. He later studied fine at Ringling School of Art and then became an instructor under Syd Solomon at the Sarasota School of Art for five years. He is currently director of the school. For several years, Stoddard taught c hildren at the Saturday morning art classes at the Ringling '!useum and also tlOrked t.rith special groups at Riverviet.r and Booker High Schools under a special Mott Foundation program .. -more-


Herbert Stoddard lleH Collet3e Page 2 ltis own paintings and prints are found in flany private collections. The faculty membe r has been active as a member of the executive committee of the Allied Arts Council, a member of the ilunicipal TheaterAuditorium Citizens Advisory Committee, is a member of the Florida Hrtist Group and a past president of the Sarasota \rt Association. Early in his career Stoddard spent one year in Greenland as an assistant under famous explorer Bernt Balchen, completing surveys and plannine air bases for the government. During hlar II he a member of the Corps of Engineers, and at one time ran a training program in England for 3,000 troops in the mechanics of erecting Bailey Bridges. Following D-Day, he was in charge of many bridge crossings on the Continent and commissioned in the field during the Rhine crossing. -30-

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