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Wong Toa Anniversary exhibit

Subseries consists of records relating to the Wong Toa Anniversary exhibit hosted by the Jin Wah Sing Musical Association. The records in this file consist of two photographs, and notes.

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What is Canadian cultural property?

Subseries consists of a photograph of Elizabeth Johnson with a group of individuals standing in front of the exhibit What is Canadian cultural property?

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Wearing Politics

Subseries consists of notes pertaining to the exhibit “Wearing Politics, Fashioning Commemoration: Factory Printed Cloths of Ghana”. This was a student exhibit by Michelle Willard. The exhibit was coordinated by Elizabeth Johnson. This exhibit was installed at MOA in February 2004.

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VA projects

Subseries consist of records relating to work done by Volunteer Associates primarily dealing with aspects of collections management. Areas of focus include records associated with collections management. Records include correspondence, instruction sheets, photographs, and reports.

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V.A.G. Delegation/ Emily Carr Asia Tour 1987/88

Subseries consists of records relating to a joint project of the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Museum of Anthropology to send a travelling exhibition of Emily Carr’s work and related material on a tour of Asia. The records consist of correspondence, financial records, invitations, 2 maps, business cards, reports, newspaper photocopies, itineraries and memoranda.

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Ulli Steltzer Photograph Exhibit

Subseries consists of one file relating to an exhibition, proposed by Ulli Steltzer to Elizabeth Johnson, on the subject of a photograph exhibit representing indigenous and ethnic minorities in China. The subseries includes a project proposal: stage 1, correspondence, and memoranda.

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Translations of Traditions: Joanna Staniszkis’ Recent Work

Subseries consists records relating to the exhibit "Translations of Traditions: Joanna Staniszkis’ Recent Work". The exhibit was co-curated by Louise Jackson and Elizabeth Johnson of MOA, with Johnson acting as exhibit coordinator. It was installed in Gallery 5 at MOA from Feb 18 to May 24, 1992. Joanna Staniszkis is an internationally known Canadian textile artist. Records include: agreements, articles from newspapers and professional journals, brochures, budget, CHIN artifact list printout, conference speaking notes, correspondence, drafts of text for the didactic panels, exhibit diagram, flyer, final report, funding application, memos, notes, permission forms, phone message, a student paper, slides and a timeline.

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The Unity Quilt

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit, The Unity Quilt. Elizabeth Johnson was coordinator and co-curator with Ellen Antoine of the Indian Homemakers of BC. This exhibit focused on work made by participants in the Traditional Parenting Skills Program of the Indian Homemakers’ Association of B.C. Records include: correspondence, MOA exhibit proposal form (blank), exhibit labels, memos, notes, press release, photographs, negatives, slides, and participant statements.

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The Spirit of Tibet

The records in this subseries relate to an exhibit that was developed by MOA in conjunction with the Tibetan Cultural Society, the Canada Tibet Committee, and Women Working for a Free Tibet. Subseries consists of 1 file of correspondence, memos and exhibit labels.

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Textile Exhibit

Subseries consists of one file of correspondence, memos, notes, 3 contact sheets accompanied by negatives relating to a proposed exhibition of textile from Tibet and Turkistan.

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Textile Collections’ Management Records

Subseries consists of records pertaining to the management of the textiles collections held at the Museum of Anthropology. Areas of focus include records on conservation, storage, and display of textiles. Records include: correspondence, drafts of reports, reports, roll checking reports, notes, visible storage diagrams, drafts of procedures, textiles lists, budgets, textile project update report, invoices, membership lists, business cards, schedules of events, clothing and textile reports, vendor product brochures and lists, textile conservation workshop evaluations, applications for funding, textile conservation workshop programme records, invitation cards, a textile conservation portfolio, Textile Committee records, storage plans, conservation assessment reports, a proposal for a textile storage system, object descriptions, material samples, requisition forms, textile research project questionnaires, receipts, Clothing and Textile Collection history, flyer, recommendations, newspaper article, course list, grant applications, grant guidelines, assessments, brochure, notes, and meeting transcript.

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Textile Access Project

Subseries consists of the project proposal and contact sheets and negatives. The subseries also includes copied sketches detailing the exhibit space.

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Staff retreat notes

Subseries consists of records relating to staff retreats from 1978 to 1982. The records included in this series are notes.

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Special sessions

Subseries consists of records relating to a course taught by Elizabeth Johnson at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. The course was entitled ‘Curatorial Research’ and was offered by the department of Clothing and Textiles records. Records in this series include correspondence notes a syllabus, receipts, and lecture outlines.

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Special projects and events

Series consists of records relating to special projects and events hosted by or produced in whole or in part by the Museum of Anthropology. Also included are records pertaining to special projects and events coordinated, proposed and/or chaired by Elizabeth Johnson. Records include memoranda, minutes, correspondence, request for funds, address lists, handwritten notes, a press release, donor proposal, budgets, object lists, invitation cards, business cards, photocopies of business cards, a photocopy of a newspaper article, draft reports, itineraries, financial records, maps, photographs, slides, oversized posters, audio cassettes, two CD-Rs and a condition report.

The series is arranged into the following subseries:
Subseries A. Ming Pau
Subseries B. V.A.G. Delegation
Subseries C. Fiftieth Anniversary
Subseries D. Canadian Museums Association
Subseries E. Convergence 2002
Subseries F. Wong Toa Anniversary exhibit
Subseries G. Jin Wah Sing Musical Association
Subseries H. Cantonese Opera
Subseries I. Opera in the Museum book proposal
Subseries J. Collaborative process
Subseries K. Delegations
Subseries L. Photos for publication
Subseries M: Photos
Subseries N: Honouring Master Wong Toa [Restricted]
Subseries O: Costume source book
Subseries P: Shuswap travelling display
Subseries Q: Grant applications
Subseries R: CFI
Subseries S: Musqueam Heritage Awareness Program

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Shuswap travelling exhibit and British Columbia Museums Association

Series consists of records relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s attendance at the British Columbia Museums Association (B.C.M.A.) Seminar and her inquiries to receive on loan the Shuswap travelling exhibit. Records contain phone messages, memoranda, Shuswap Declaration copy, Shuswap travelling display materials list, correspondence, B.C.M.A. Cultural Centres contact lists, and B.C.M.A. Seminar on Cultural Centres.

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Repatriation Panels

Subseries consists of records pertaining to the “Repatriation Panels” exhibit installed at the MOA. The text panels present issues concerning repatriation and First Nations history under colonialism. Subseries contains handwritten notes, memoranda, exhibit panel drafts, reports, exhibit proposal, a brochure, a recommended readings list, drafts, photocopies of newspaper articles, correspondence, exhibit statement drafts, minutes, photocopied images, and an annotated bibliography.

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Repair, Re-use and Recycle

The exhibit was co-curated by Louise Jackson and Elizabeth Johnson. It was installed at MOA from Feb 18 to May 24, 1992. Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit "Repair, Re-use and Recycle" installed at MOA in 1992. This exhibit focused on Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Philippine, Dutch and Salish textiles. The intent of the exhibit was to highlight the various techniques used by different cultures to prolong the life of household goods. Subseries includes an artifact list, a diagram, a drawing, exhibit labels and notes.

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Quilting in East Asia

Subseries consists of records relating to an exhibit at MOA. This exhibit was planned to coincide with the Quilt Canada conference, 1989. Subseries includes correspondence, labels, memos and notes.

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