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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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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.

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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.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Hands of Our Ancestors: The Revival of Salish Weaving at Musqueam

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit, "Hands of Our Ancestors: The Revival of Salish Weaving at Musqueam," which was installed at MOA from January 28 to July 20, 1986. The exhibit was co-curated by Wendy Grant and Debra Sparrow of the Musqueam Weavers, and Elizabeth Johnson of MOA. Subseries contains agreements, attendance figures, budgets, brochure, comment book (copy), contact lists, correspondence, curators’ statement, draft text for catalogue, ethical review application, exhibit layout diagrams, grant applications, memos, newspaper articles, notes, photographs, slides, published articles, receipts, research paper, speaking notes, transcripts of research interviews, schedules, and audio-taped interviews.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

My Ancestors are still Dancing

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit “My Ancestors are Still Dancing” at MOA. As part of a “living” exhibition, Tsimshian weaver William White from Lax Kw’alaams was commissioned to publicly weave a child-size robe in Gallery 8. The exhibit displayed William White’s weavings, historical weavings from MOA’s collection, and historical and contemporary photographs of people wearing Chilkat regalia. The exhibit was installed in 2001 and ran through until September 28, 2002. Records include acquisition/artifact lists, artist biography, budget, correspondence, exhibit labels, exhibit proposals, exhibit panel layouts, exhibit resource binders, grant applications, internal forms (consent forms), installation diagrams, map, meeting agendas memoranda, notes, object records, photographs and slides, photocopies of photographs, professional guidelines, reports, schedules, recorded audio research interviews, transcripts of research interviews, travelling exhibit, and visitor comments.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Nunavutmiutanik Elisasiniq

Subseries consists of a newsletter pertaining to the exhibit “Nunavutmiutanik Elisasiniq.” This exhibit was installed at the MOA from April - September 1999. This exhibition honours the people of Nunavut, and features more than one hundred examples of contemporary and historic sculptures, prints, and drawings.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Proud to be Musqueam: Dedicated to Our Children

Subseries consists of records relating to the exhibit "Proud to be Musqueam: Dedicated to Our Children." The exhibit was coordinated by Lizanne Fisher and Elizabeth Johnson. It was installed at MOA in 1989; a travelling version was later created. Subseries includes agreements, Anthropology 341 course outline, brochures, correspondence, exhibit labels, funding proposal, memos, notes, permission forms, phone message, articles from conferences, newspapers and professional journals, and a student paper.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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?

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson