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A Family Affair: Making Cloth in Taquile Peru

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit "A Family Affair: Making Cloth in Taquile Peru". This exhibit was installed at MOA from May 9 – Oct 1 1989, in Gallery 5. Elizabeth Johnson coordinated this exhibit; it was curated by Mary Frame. Records include: correspondence, grant applications, labels, newsletters, newspaper articles, drawings, notes, phone messages, slide list, statements of agreement, photocopies of documents outlining the layout and budget for the exhibit, inventories of materials used and notes on the exhibit graphics, photocopies of photos selected for the exhibit, and copies of the text for the didactic panels.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada

Subseries consists of records relating to the 1993 exhibit, "A Rare Flower: A Century of Cantonese Opera in Canada." The exhibit began with an acquisition of historic Chinese Opera costumes from the Jin Wah Sin Music Society. The exhibit was first installed at MOA from May 16 to Nov. 7 1992, in Gallery 5. Elizabeth Johnson was both curator and coordinator. It was also a travelling exhibit with five other venues in Canada. It reopened in MOA in 1995, and later travelled to the McCord Museum. Aspects of the exhibit have been on display at numerous venues, including Hong Kong and Ghuangzhou in a panel exhibit. Subseries contains agendas, articles, artifact lists, books, business cards, agreements, correspondence, drawings, evaluations, exhibit labels, expenses, internal forms (exhibit proposal forms), financial records, guidelines, grant applications, memoranda, minutes of meetings, museum exhibit diagrams, permission forms, photographs, notes, plans, policies, press releases, proposals, publications (books and magazines), publicity records, receipts, reports, reproductions of newspaper ads and articles, research notes, schedules, slides, speaking notes, surveys, transcripts of research interviews, handbills, drafts, visitor surveys and videos.

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A302

Subseries consists of a record relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s activities as instructor for Anthropology 302. Record consists of a lecture outline.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A341

Subseries consists of records relating the course Anthropology 341 ‘Material Culture: Clothing and Culture’ taught by Elizabeth Johnson. Included in the series are annotated syllabi, correspondence, course outline, and presentation notes.

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A431

Subseries consists of records relating the course Anthropology 431 Museum Principals and Methods which Elizabeth Johnson taught regularly between 1993 and 2002. Records in the series include notes and lecture notes, correspondence, syllabi, contracts bibliographies, course description grading schemes, history of the University of British Columbia and the Museum of Anthropology’s massive carvings, artifact list, acquisition background information form, and Elizabeth Johnson’s short biography.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Academic materials

Series consists of records pertaining to Elizabeth Johnson’s teaching activities. The records relate both to courses which Johnson taught and notes on guest lectures that Johnson gave for classes at the University of British Columbia. Records include correspondence, notes, reports, syllabi, funding applications, memoranda, bibliographies and grading sheets.

The series is arranged into the following sub-series:
Subseries A: A431
Subseries B: Programme communication and flights
Subseries C: Lecture notes Cantonese Opera
Subseries D: Special sessions
Subseries E: A341
Subseries F: Chinese painting course
Subseries G: MOA volunteer training
Subseries H: Papers and publications
Subseries I: Presentations and conferences
Subseries J: A302
Subseries K: Miscellaneous teaching material

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Administrative files

Series consists of records pertaining to sundry administrative and operational activities of the Museum of Anthropology. Records include staff retreat notes, summary of recommendations and decisions, correspondence, contracts, minutes and memoranda.

The series is arranged into the following subseries:
Subseries A: Staff retreat notes
Subseries B: Bequests
Subseries C: Assistants and associates
Subseries D: Goals and plans

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Ancient Cloth … Ancient Code?

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit Ancient Cloth …Ancient Code? It was coordinated by Elizabeth Johnson and curated by Mary Frame. It was installed at MOA from March 4 to May 24 of 1992. The exhibit focused on textiles from various ancient societies from present day Peru. Records include grant applications, budgets, memos, correspondence and photographs.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Assistants and associates

Subseries consists of records relating to various researchers, assistants and other temporary employees under Elizabeth Johnson’s charge. Records in the series include notes, correspondence and contracts.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Bequests

Subseries consists of records relating to miscellaneous financial bequests to the museum with a particular focus on the Fyfe-Smith bequest. Records in the series include minutes, a portion of the Fyfe-Smith will, and correspondence.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

CFI

Series consists of records relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s activities with the Classification Subgroup of CFI, Collections Access Group. Records include correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, preliminary decisions, reports, work summaries, Aboriginal Research Ethics Workshop: Research, Respect, Reciprocity, community consultation, principles to establish partnerships between First Peoples and Canadian Museums, principles of collection access, visible storage, exhibit ideas, terms of reference, Clothing and Textile Collection reports, and culturally sensitive objects identification list.

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Canadian Museums Association

Subseries consists of records relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s interaction with the Canadian Museums Association with a specific focus on the ‘Symposium of Cultural Diversity’ and on a mid-career development grant. The records in this file consist of correspondence, a photocopy from a journal, a business card, a procedures outline, notes, minutes, a memorandum, correspondence, agendas, events schedules, requests for funds.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Cantonese Opera

Subseries consists of records relating to various aspects of the Cantonese opera in Vancouver including, photo permissions, questions surrounding documentation, and seminars. Records relate to the Hong Kong Cantonese Opera Troupe performance hosted by the Museum of Anthropology. The records in this file consist of photographs, correspondence, notes, agreements, business card, programmes, signage, object list, work plan, presentation, contact list, notebooks, oversized posters, and ephemera.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Chinese Peasant Textiles Art: Kwantung and Szechuan Provinces

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit, “Chinese Peasant Textiles Art.” This exhibit was proposed by Elizabeth Johnson and carried out by students. Records include notes, excerpts from articles, visitor survey forms, handwritten notations, hand-drawn diagrams of display cases, proposals and budgets.

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Chinese painting course

Subseries consists of records relating to the course on Chinese Painting taught by Elizabeth Johnson for the department of Art History at the University of British Columbia. The records in this subseries include notes, memoranda, exhibit proposals, correspondence, and annotated essays.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Collaborative process

Subseries consists of records relating to the development of a book on the subject of the impact of the collaborative process on museum practice. The records in this series consist of correspondence and notes.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Collections

Series consists of records created, received, and or used by Elizabeth Johnson for collections management at the Museum of Anthropology. Records include Anthropology 431 syllabus, area committee records, articles, budgets, cataloguing procedures, committee records, correspondence, draft guidelines, draft policies and procedures, ethnology collection storage statistics, job description, job posting, insurance, loan forms, memoranda, minutes, notes, object lists, photographs, professional guidelines, project overviews, reports, research notes, surveys, transcripts of research interviews, workshop outlines, and administrative and financial records.

The series is arranged into the following subseries:
Subseries A: Collections’ administrative and operational files
Subseries B: Textile collections’ records
Subseries C: VA projects
Subseries D: Francis Williams Project
Subseries E: Provenancial Inquires

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Collections’ administrative and operational files

Subseries consists of records pertaining to collections’ administrative and operational functions, and to committees associated with the acquisition and collection of materials and artifacts. Records include acquisition guidelines drafts, acquisition policy memoranda, acquisitions professional guidelines policy, Anthropology 431 syllabus, area committee records, articles, budgets, cataloguing procedures, collections policy drafts, collections procedures, collections reports, collections surveys, condition reports, correspondence, deaccessioning policy draft, draft guidelines, draft code of ethics, draft policies, ethnology collection storage statistics, executive committee records, job description, job posting, insurance, loan forms, memoranda, minutes, notes, object lists, professional guidelines, project overviews, research notes, transcripts of research interviews, and workshop for curators outline.

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Convergence 2002

Subseries consists of records relating to an event entitled Convergence hosted by the Handweavers Guild of America. In particular the records in this series focus on the Museum of Anthropology’s involvement and correspondence supporting the 2002 Convergence in Vancouver, hosted by the Greater Vancouver Weavers’ and Spinners’ Guild. Records relating to the event planning activities include correspondence, letters of reference for participants in the event, presentation and seminar proposals, artist biographies, resumes, business cards, delegate registration book, schedules, roles and responsibilities, guidelines, planning notes, textile list, culturally sensitive object list, workshop descriptions and schedules, loan receipts, memoranda, Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot periodical, and ephemera.

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Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence relating to the general administrative activities and responsibilities of Elizabeth Johnson in her capacity as Curator of Documentation, Curator of Collections, Curator of Ethnology, and as Curator of Textiles. Records include 10 colour photographs, correspondence, publications, memoranda, photocopies of contact sheets, handwritten notes, name lists, object lists and a project proposal.

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