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Sous-série organique Museum of Anthropology Anglais
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This subseries relates to various tasks Ruus carried out for the museum. Records touch on such subjects as documentation of the transfer of the museums collection to its current facility, inventory information, some preservation/conservation tasks and design issues. Records in this series consist of slides, notes, memoranda, and correspondence.

Inge Ruus

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

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

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

Mike Nicholl [Yahgulanaas]: “Meddling in the Museum”

The records in this sub-series relate to the artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas and the site-specific exhibition Meddling in the Museum which took place at MOA in 2007. Records include research notes, articles, correspondences, grant funding applications, graphic images and photographs, event transcripts, contracts and exhibition development materials.

Nicholas Galanin: “Raven and the First Immigrant”

This sub-series contains records relating to the display at MOA of Nicholas Galanin’s work, “Raven and the First Immigrant.” The sculpture was displayed on the patio outside the Bill Reid Rotunda, in view of Reid’s carving, “Raven and the First Men.” “Raven and the First Immigrant” was displayed at MOA from March 12 until December 31, 2010. The sub-series include correspondence, images of the installation, loan agreements, and draft promotional materials.

Ishiuchi Miyako “ひろしま Hiroshima”

This sub-series consists of records relating to “ひろしま Hiroshima,” an exhibition of photographs by Ishiuchi Miyako. The exhibition, which had never previously been displayed outside of Japan, consists of photographs of clothing and accessories of victims of the 1945 bombing of Hiroshima. “ひろしま Hiroshima” opened at MOA on October 14th, 2011, and ran until February 12th, 2012.

Records within the sub-series include the exhibition proposal, budgets, reports, grant applications, correspondence, images of artworks, interview transcripts, the exhibition’s comment log-book, promotional materials, and press cuttings.

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