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A collection and representation of the work and art of Professor Marjorie Schick. Included are photographs of her work; teaching materials; documents relating to her teaching career at PSU; correspondence; exhibits in which she appeared; and art journals.

Marjorie Schick taught in the Department of Art at Pittsburg State University for fifty years. She became known internationally as an artist of jewelry and wearable art. She attended the University of Wisconsin and Indiana University, where she developed her artistic style. In the late 1960s she began working at Pittsburg State University, along with her husband, Dr. James Schick, who was a history professor. Marjorie Schick’s art has been exhibited around the world and is held by many museums worldwide. Ms. Schick passed away in December 2017 shortly after retiring from Pittsburg State University.

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Education, Fine Arts


Arts and Humanities

Size of Collection

30 linear feet

Dates of Collection


Manuscript Number

SpC MS 0273

Schick, Marjorie, Collection, 1962-2015



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