Art & Artists in Exhibition: Vancouver 1890 - 1950
Helen Lougheed was an early graduate from the Vancouver School of
Decorative and Applied Arts. The 1930-31 Prospectus for the art school listed
Lougheed as passing First Year. She received her diploma in 1934.
The Spring 1936 edition of The Smock Pocket, the
Vancouver School of Art Graduates' Association newsletter,
noted that Lougheed was sharing a studio with Marion Erb Travers
at 1203 7th Avenue. Erb was two years ahead of Lougheed at art school.
|1936 Feb. 21 - Mar. 5
||PASOVAS Annual Group Show
Vancouver School of Decorative & Applied Arts Prospectus for 1931-32
1931, VSDAA, 20 pages, illustrated with student work
Administration and Staff; school and course information
Regulations, fees; scholarships, pass list
Vancouver School of Decorative & Applied Arts -
List of Students
"... artists invited to join the club for the exhibition include:
. . . Helen Lougheed."
From "PASOVAS EXHIBIT - Pioneer Art Students' Show" by (unknown)
Daily Province, February 21 1936