This exhibition and accompanying website have been made possible through the Leverhulme Trust International Network Grant for Enchanted Modernities: Theosophy, Modernism and the Arts, c. 1875-1960. The exhibition has been co-curated by the Network Partners Prof. Rachel Cowgill (Cardiff University), Dr James Mansell (University of Nottingham), Dr Christopher Scheer (Utah State University) and Dr Sarah Victoria Turner (Paul Mellon Centre), and Network Facilitator Dr Katie Tyreman Herrington (University of York) with the assistance of the Borthwick Institute for Archives team – Amanda Jones, Catherine Dand and Alison Fairburn – and the University’s Digital Library Team, led by Julie Allinson. Thanks also go to the British Library; Cadbury Research Library, Special Collection, University of Birmingham; Edinburgh University Library; Y.M.C.A.; Theosophical Publishing House; Chandos Records; and Altarus Records, who have loaned and/or given the permission for display of archival photographs, musical scores and music to the exhibition.

The material contained in this online exhibition is subject to copyright permissions which have been sought by the curators from the respective copyright owners. Individuals or organizations seeking to use materials exhibited in the show for publication must obtain permission directly from the appropriate copyright holder.

If you wish to cite this online exhibition we ask that you acknowledge the show as follows: Rachel Cowgill, James Mansell, Chris Scheer and Sarah Victoria Turner (Curators), and Katie Jane Tyreman Herrington (Curatorial Assistant). Pioneering Spirit: Maud MacCarthy - Mysticism, Music and Modernity, online exhibition (History of Art Research Portal, University of York, 2014).