By Natalie Baur, September 2012
Creator: Torres, Asela
Extent: 28.0 Boxes
Arrangement: Series I is available through the University of Miami Digital Collections website. Series II is arranged by materials format.
The Asela Torres Photography Collection contains photographs and published materials featuring the photographs of Cuban-born theater photographer Asela Torres.
The Asela Torres Photography Collection contains digitized photographs and published materials featuring the photographs of Cuban-born theater photographer, Asela Torres.
This collection is divided into two series. Series I contains digitized photographs taken by Asela Torres at various theater events and performances. These digitized photographs are accesible through the University of Miami Digital Collections website. Series II contains original theater programs, pamphlets, and ephemera featuring photography by Torres.
As a professional photographer, Cuban-born Asela Torres has documented the performing arts in Miami for over 40 years. Her work provides a detailed chronicle of the growth and development of Cuban and Hispanic arts in South Florida.
Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.
Use Restrictions: Requests to publish or display materials from this collection require written permission from the rights owner. Please, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Physical Access Note: This collection is housed off-campus and must be requested a minimum of seven calendar days in advanced for consultation in the Cuban Heritage Collection Reading Room.
Acquisition Method: Gifts of Asela Torres and others.
Related Materials: CHC5212 Luis J. Botifoll Oral History Project interview with Asela Torres. For more information please see http://merrick.library.miami.edu/cdm/ref/collection/chc5212/id/811.
Preferred Citation: Asela Torres Photography Collection, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida
Processing Information: Processed by Natalie Baur, September, 2012. Currently, approximately 14 linear feet of materials is in processing.
Finding Aid Revision History: Revised by Natalie Baur, February 2013. Updated by Juan A. Villanueva, October 2015.