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Correspondence

Includes letter from Consul General of the US thanking Dr. Porto for hosting him and his team for a visit to Sankofa.

MOA Magazine, Issue 11, Spring 2021

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions (including "A Future for Memory," on the Great East Japan Earthquake), identifying archival images, developing MOA's Multimedia Guide, highlights of the MOA Multiversity Galleries, interview with Reva Malkin on her creation of MOA's Aboriginal Cultural Program ("Prison Program"), photography of MOA catalogue and publications, signing memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with institutions and museums in the Pacific, and researching 19th-century British tiles.

MOA Magazine, Issue 12, Fall 2021

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions (including "Sankofa: African Routes, Canadian Roots"), a farewell to Dr. Anthony Alan Shelton, contemporary art in the MOA collections, development of MOA's digital school programming, the Indigitization Program, tributes to Salma Mawani and volunteer Carol Givton, and reviews of "Under Different Moons: African Art in Conversation" by Anthony Alan Shelton and "Where the Power Is: Indigenous Perspectives on Northwest Coast Art" by Karen Duffek, Jordan Wilson, and Bill McLennan.

MOA Magazine, Issue 09, Spring 2020

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions, Kent Monkman's Shame and Prejudice, decolonizing MOA's African collections and displays, contextualizing MOA's African collection, contemporary art in the Multiversity Galleries, MOA's public programs, the launch of the Indigenous Internship Program, the role of volunteers in safeguarding and conserving MOA's collections, and the Ceramics Artist-in-Residence Holly Ratcliffe.

MOA Magazine, Issue 10, Fall 2020

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions, the Great Hall seismic upgrades, #MOAFromHome the COVID-19 campaign, graphic design during COVID-19, highlights from the MOA Archives, preservation technology interview with Senior Conservator Heidi Swierenga, the Islamic World Collection at MOA, ceramics Artist-in-Residence Denise Jeffrey, and an obituary for William "Bill" McLennan.

Haida history spoken by Chief William Matthews of Masset Part 1

Item is a sound recording of Chief William Matthews of Massett, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia discussing various topics including: the formation of Native Brotherhood of British Columbia, which was established in 1931 and is recognized as Canada’s oldest active Native organization, and a senior BC fishing organization; proceeding years of the organization’s existence including who had governance in the organization, descriptions of various delegates, which villages were represented in the organization and the growth of the organization in subsequent years; personal stories about his family; history and social structure of the village he grew up in and of Haida peoples more broadly.

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