The Jacki Apple Papers 1984-2000

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The Jacki Apple Papers, 1984-2000

The Jacki Apple Papers 1984-2000

Jacki Apple is a professor at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Her career has spanned through a range of the visual and media arts. Her radio show, Soundings, of which she was the host and producer, was on KPFK-FM Los Angeles Public Radio from 1981-1995. The Jacki Apple Papers includes correspondence with artists and listeners, promotional material from artists and record labels, memos and letters pertatining to KPFK Los Angeles Public Radio business, cue sheets, and recordings of music, audio art, and interviews that were featured on the show. The collection ranges from 1984-2000.

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