File mainly contains images of an elaborately decorated truck used in the Pakistan Pavilion at Expo 86. Other images include photos depicting a ship and the outside exterior of the Pavilion. The textual records include photocopies of newspaper articles written on the Pakistan Pavilion.
Subseries contains records related to the <i>Attributed to Edenshaw Exhibit</i> held at MOA from April 28, 1998 through May 30, 2003. This exhibit featured basketry as well as gold, silver, argillite and wood carvings by Haida artists Charles and Isabella Edenshaw. Records include photographs of artifacts identified as potentially on exhibit during the time frame as well as some correspondence and public relations regarding the exhibit.
File contains images of some of the artifacts in the Edenshaw exhibit, including argilite, carvings, hats, and metal works. The textual records in this record include photocopies of other artifacts in the exhibit, as well as photocopies of Northwest Coast artifacts housed in other museums.
Subseries contains records related to the <i>Where are the Children?</i> exhibit held by MOA. Curated by Jeff Thomas, and circulated by the Aboriginal Healing Foundation in Ottawa, this exhibition presented a series of historical photographs documenting the history of residential schools in Canada. The records include correspondence related to exhibit loans, temporary exhibit preliminary and finalized designs and a reference manual for setting up the exhibition.
File contains images and textual records related to the <i>Attributed to Edenshaw</i> exhibit. The images include pictures of some of the exhibit panels and artifacts. The textual records include media releases, business cards, photocopies of news articles related to the exhibit, and exhibit brochures.
File contains information pertaining to the <i>Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools</i> exhibit. This information includes background information about residential schools in Canada, a copy of the exhibit's preliminary design report, photocopies of images, and a copy of the exhibit's "Reference Manual: For Setting up Exhibition (floor plans, wall elevations, text, captions, etc."
File contains research materials related to the Calvin Hunt - Tlingit Long tail Canoe Exhibit. These records include information includes photograph descriptions and credits and an exhibit concept proposal.
File mainly contains textual records related to the background research of the Metal Works exhibit. This research contains photocopies of articles written about Northwest Coast metal works, and copies of correspondence McLennan had with NWC artists. The photographic records in this file are images of the exhibit. The artifacts in this file are copper samples.
File mainly contains textual records related to the Tlingit Long-tail Canoe Exhibit. Textual records mainly consist of photocopies of historical photographs of Tlingit canoes. Other textual records include copies of correspondence between McLennan and the Royal British Columbia Museum, where many of the images were obtained from, and information about the exhibit, including a promotional handout, and a project report.
The images contained in this file are historic photographs of Tlingit canoes.
File contains two images. The first image is a negative depicting two unidentified people dressed in traditional dress. The second image is of the back of an unidentified person looking at a museum description on a wall. There is a mannequin dressed in traditionnal dress placed to the left of the person.
Subseries consists of records relating to the <i>Through My Eyes</i> exhibit held at the Museum of Vancouver. The exhibit is a collaborative effort curated by 27 First Nations people of different Northwest Coast communities allowing them to “present their personal perspective” of their culture and its objects. McLennan was involved through managing the development, production and implementation of this collaborative effort. Records include photographs and slides of potential exhibit artifacts, media reviews, student paper reviews, exhibit project statements, transcripts of interviews done with First Nations artists, correspondence, consent forms for interviews and audio cassettes of the taped interviews which detail McLennan discussing various pieces of First Nations art with several artists.
File mainly contains images of the artists involved in the <i>Through My Eyes</i>, such as Jim Hart and Robert Davidson and some of the artifacts featured in the exhibit. The textual records contain a copy of the file's content.
File contains a copy of the <i>Through my Eye</i> exhibit record, as well as copies of the exhibit's excerpts from the Vancouver Museum. There is also a postcard from the Vancouver Museum of a Tsimshian frontlet.
File contains images of photographs, letters, and newspaper clippings used for background research for this exhibit. Other textual materials include inkjet copies of photographs of silver pieces featured in the <i>Signed Without Signatures</i> exhibit. The photograph in this file is a reproduction of a historic photograph with nine men, five sitting in the front row and four men standing behind posing in front of a wooden building. They are all wearing three piece suits.
Subseries consists of records related to the <i>Signed Without Signature: Works by Charles and Isabella Edenshaw</i> exhibit curated by McLennan for MOA. In this exhibition, McLennan focused on showcasing Charles Edenshaw’s metalwork and painting, and Isabella Edenshaw’s basketry, to illustrate how each artist created a recognizable “signature” through art and not by physically signing their names, and how it evolved through their long careers. Records include research on the Edenshaws, exhibit photos, reviews, notes, correspondence, artifact loans, and files relating to individual museums and heritage institutions which hold Edenshaw artifacts.