Dawn of a New Age: The Immigrants Contribution to Arts in America | An Exhibit by the Special Collections Research Center Special Collections Research Center
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John Vassos
William Lescaze
Adolph Bolm
Louis Lozowick
Miklos Rozsa

Welcome to our fall exhibition, Dawn of a New Age: The Immigrant Contribution to the Arts in America. Dawn of a New Age introduces five artists who arrived from Europe during the first half of the twentieth century. All were prominent in their respective fields, and each of them created a dynamic vision for a new America.

Photos of Adolph Bolm, William Lescaze, Louis Lozowick, Miklos Rozsa, and John Vassos. Adolph Bolm William Lescaze Louis Lozowick Miklos Rozsa John Vassos
Adolph Bolm
dancer & choreographer
William Lescaze
Louis Lozowick
Miklós Rózsa
music composer
John Vassos
illustrator &
industrial designer

The exhibition covers their beginnings in their native countries, how and when they immigrated to America, and how their work here influenced American culture. [Introduction]

See the Exhibit in Person!

September 8, 2008 – January 20, 2009
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., except holidays

Syracuse University, E.S. Bird Library
Special Collections Research Center Gallery, 6th Floor
222 Waverly Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13244

This exhibition is free and open to the public.








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