Art

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  • Specify when possible, e.g. Graphic arts, Performing arts, Literature, Poetry and poets, Sculpture, etc.

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    Art

    • UF Visual arts

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      12 Archival description results for Art

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      PR3624 · Fonds · 1988-1996

      The fonds consists of correspondence, budgets, plans, and files related to the planning of Festival ’88. There are also similar records created during the course of administration of ACUA that offer evidence of the day-to-day management of the organization, planning and delivery of various events, workshops, projects and promotional materials, as well as long-term planning. The posters are advertisements for a public event celebrating the 10th anniversary of ACUA in 1996.

      Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts
      Art Gallery of Alberta fonds
      PR3154 · Fonds · 1909 - 1973

      The fonds consists of material created and maintained by the Art Gallery of Alberta and includes programs from exhibitions held at the Gallery for the artists Harry Savage (1973), Glen Guillet (1973), and Chester and Bentham (1973). The fonds also includes artwork by artists featured at the Gallery including an oil painting by Thomas Adamson entitled "John A McDougall"; an oil painting by T. George Gates featuring the C.N.R. Station in Edmonton; a watercolor painting by M.A. Halloway entitled "20 Below" featuring Rossdale and South Edmonton; a mixed media painting by Hilda Mitchell entitled "Indian Cemetery at Winterburn"; a pastel by A. Ryland entitled "Bella Golden"; and an ink drawing by Dorothy Stevens showing the Chief Factor's house in Fort Edmonton. The fonds also contains a photo featuring the unveiling of the Father Lacombe Memorial in St. Albert in 1929; a panoramic photo of the city of Edmonton dating from 1909; and a map of the city of Edmonton dating from 1956.

      Art Gallery of Alberta
      Beth Imrie fonds
      PR1295 · Fonds · 1948-1976

      The fonds consists of figure skating programs, an issue of Town Talk, the Edmonton Allied Arts Council newsletter and a Christmas card.

      Imrie, Beth
      Edmonton Art Club fonds
      PR1188 · Fonds · 1925-1986

      The fonds consists of notes on the history of the Edmonton Art Club, correspondence, newspaper clippings, exhibit programs, and a calendar, published by the Women's Committee of the Edmonton Symphony Society, featuring Len Gibb's artwork.

      Edmonton Art Club
      PR1389 · Fonds · 1925-1987

      Fonds consists of photocopied and original records pertaining to the purpose, formation, activities and termination of the Ernest E. Poole Foundation and includes reports, biographical/historical sketches, memorandum and articles of association, certificate of incorporation, minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, a will, and inventories. Fonds also includes records belonging to Ernest E. Poole and Gertrude Poole and includes an issue of Navy Notes, a Royal Tour souvenir book, and photographs, slides, and transparencies that depict the Royal Tour, First Nations chiefs, ships, cars, and street views, and cinefilms depicting Poole Construction sites and work crews, the Royal Tour, winter activities, and some aerial footage of Medicine Hat, Alberta and area.

      Ernest E. Poole Foundation
      George Brown fonds
      PR0161 · Fonds · 1910-1943

      Fonds consists of etchings depicting various scenes throughout Edmonton created by George Brown.

      Brown, George Blair
      Harold Tichenor fonds
      PR3218 · Fonds · [196-?]-1996

      Fonds consists of Harold Tichenor's film productions, in particular for his company, Cinetel, including approximately 180 film elements as well as production files. Titles of productions include Be What You Are/The Magic Bus, Calgary Story, Edmonton Art Gallery, Agriculture Hall of Fame, Avalanche Rescue, a number of training films produced for the Edmonton Transit System, and the award winning Inupiatun, In the Manner of the Eskimo.

      Tichenor, Harold
      PR3110 · Collection · 1966-1974

      The collection consists of images featuring buildings in Edmonton, Alberta, taken in 1966-1974 including views from Walterdale Hill Road, the High Level Bridge, Whyte Avenue, businesses at 10265-101 St., the Minchau and Sons Blacksmith Shop, the Imperial Memorial on Stone Company, the Senate Hotel on 98th St. and 103 Ave., the Crescent Rooms at 101 St., a private residence at 10420 - 106th Ave, a private residence at 1107 -98th Ave, the Selkirk Hotel, the Northeast Corner of 101 St. and 164 Ave, the Hope Mission on 97th St. south of 104th Ave, views from the High Level Bridge, the Northeast corner of 101 A. Ave and 100 A St., Edmonton Gardens and Grandstand, University of Alberta residences, Rutherford House, McDougall Court, a residence at 9850 - 91st Ave. owned by Evard Ball, the Central Masonic Temple, Edmonton City Hall, the Edmonton Pet Shop, a frame shop, numerous downtown buildings and city residences, Foster and McGarvey Funeral Parlor, Rosary Hall, the Edmonton Art Gallery, and McKay Avenue School.

      Kaesekamp, Karl
      PR1571 · Fonds · 1971-1988

      The fonds consists of the operational records of Latitude 53 Society of Artists, and includes the following series: administrative records, financial records, correspondence records, promotional records, exhibit/show records, Edmonton Society of Photography records, Association of National Non-Profit Artists’ Centres poster project records and J.A. Irvine project records.

      Latitude 53 Society of Artists
      PR4053 · Fonds · 1998-2009

      The fonds consists of promotional material (posters, flyers, programs, etc.), budgets, financial statements, meeting minutes, grant proposals, bylaws, administrative documents, and promotional material from Mayworks events held across Canada. There are also records related to planning specific events such as the May Day march, the Day of Mourning, concerts, etc. The video and audio records consist of promotional material.

      May Week Labour Arts Festival Society
      PR4059 · Fonds · 1975-2018

      The fonds consists primarily of records collected by Memoria Viva and maintained as a community archives.

      The textual records consist of publications, bulletins, newspapers, and newsletters published by Chilean progressive organizations both in Chile and Canada. These publications were produced by organizations such as Tupac Amaru, Izquierda Cristiana de Chile (ICC), Sociedad Cultural Chileno Canadiense, Popular Unitary Action Movement (MAPU), Socialist Party of Chile, and Amigas. Publications include Canada-Chile Bulletin, Entrelineas, Bulletin Comunidad Chilena, Chileno de Corazón, Resistencia, Aqui, Venceremos, and several others.

      There are also posters and programs from events held by Memoria Viva and its predecessor organizations, files created by Monica Chavez for her 1990s community radio program Chile al Dia, Tupac Amaru administrative records, ICC administrative records, academic research papers on the Chilean community in Edmonton, and a small collection of books on Chilean politics and history.

      The photographs consist of images from Escuela Salvador Allende classes and events, sporting and cultural events (including portraits of community soccer teams), and other public events such as Heritage Days.

      The videocassettes mostly consist of master tapes of episodes of Nosotros, a community television program broadcast on Shaw Television. Founded in 1982 by Lito Azócar, the program focuses on the events, viewpoints, and history of the Latin American community in Edmonton. Many of these episodes, from 1982 to 2010, have been digitized by the University of Alberta and are hosted on its website.

      The arpilleras (Spanish for “burlap”) are a unique form of Chilean folk art consisting of fabric, embroidery, or other found materials adhered to burlap to create a picture. The construction of arpilleras was popularized during the Pinochet regime and were made mostly by collectives of women called arpilleristas. These collectives worked in Chile and abroad to create artwork that celebrated Chilean culture and to draw attention to the crimes of the Pinochet regime while also creating income for impoverished communities.

      Memoria Viva Society of Edmonton
      PR1004 · Collection · 1983-2018

      The collection consists of Edmonton, Alberta weekly publications SEE Magazine #16-913 (1992-2011), VUE Magazine #1-1205 (1995-2018), the Edmonton Bullet (1983-1993), Ed Magazine (2001-2007).

      The collection also consists of a complete run of Edmonton's Real Estate Weekly newspaper from 1983 to 2018, which in early years contained mostly trade advertisements, but in later years contained a variety of historical features by columnists such as Alex Mair and Lawrence Herzog, along with public interest articles on the real estate industry, the building trades, and tourism in Alberta.

      Melnycky, Peter J