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Youth programming

Series relates to developing and managing programming for children and young adults. Series consists of memoranda, correspondence, news releases, clippings, photographs, and other textual material.

Hindaleah Ratner

Weekly programming

Series relates to programming emphasizing public participation. Series consists of memoranda, correspondence, circulars, and other textual material.

Hindaleah Ratner

W. and M. Koerner Collection Purchases

Series consists of files related to purchases of items for the W. and M. Koerner Collection. The arrangements for these purchases were handled by Eugene Horvath, who acted as a sort of personal assistant for the Koerners' ceramics collection. Files contain documents and photographs related to purchases.

W. and M. Koerner Ceramics Collection

Series consists of photographs, object descriptions, background summaries and bibliographic citations documenting the W. and M. Koerner Ceramics Collection. The binders comprise seven volumes organized according to region and time period, as well as a catalogue of the collection. The additional textual material is a copy of the collection catalogue in the binders; there are some differences between the two versions and it is unclear which is the more recent version.

Volunteers and education

Series consists of records pertaining to the operations of the Volunteer Associates and to the Anthropology Shop Volunteers. Also included are records relating to education programming.
Series contains training guidelines, bibliographies, newspaper clippings, gallery- guided walk instructions, curriculum development records, exhibit pamphlets, correspondence, photocopies of scholarly articles, handwritten notes, course agenda, evaluation reports, tape cassettes, and training session reports.

Volunteer and student position files

Series consists of records relating to volunteer, internship, and work study positions held at the Museum of Anthropology, particularly in the Public Relations and Communications Office. Includes records regarding the Volunteer Associates, individual Public Relations and Communications Office interns, work study students, and their projects.

Series is divided into the following sub-series:

A. Volunteer Associates files, [ca.1981]-1987
B. Student files, 1982-2009

Volunteer Associates records

The Volunteer Associates was formed in 1976, as a programme of volunteers at the Museum of Anthropology. On March 15th of that year, 16 members of a steering committee began the process of organizing the volunteer group. By April 1976, 34 members in total participated in their general meeting. In 1977, the Volunteer Associates enacted an official policy. They are a self-administered organization, designed to provide assistance and services to the museum and its staff. The Volunteer Associates is made up of various committees, whose members work with a committee head. The committee head, in turn, coordinates activities with a museum staff member.
Series consists of charter, correspondence, memorandums and minutes of meetings relating to the creation of the Volunteer Associates.

Visual Documentation of Clothing and Textiles

This series consists entirely of graphic materials. While the materials are not accompanied by any contextual information, it can be assumed that the images found in this series were taken by Ruus on various trips. Specifically this photographic documentation examines textiles from China, Macedonia, Croatia, Slovakia, the Circum-Polar region, India, the South Western United States, South America, the Middle-East and Europe. Record forms included in this series are slides, photographs, and memoranda.

Inge Ruus

Visitor studies and surveys

This series documents the planning and implementation of several studies designed to assess the responses to MOA by visitors, members, and non-visitors. It includes records relating to a membership survey, focus group studies of visitors and non-visitors, surveys regarding specific exhibitions, studies of visitors’ responses to MOA’s use of digital media, and others. Records reflect the process of applying to conduct studies, of developing sets of questions, of implementing the studies and of using the information gathered to create reports. Materials include grant proposals, lists of questions, data sets, reports, reference materials, transcripts, correspondence, charts and graphs. The series also contains a reference file of previous studies completed at MOA.

Kersti Krug

Visions of Power, Symbols of Wealth Exhibition

The series contains slides relating to the exhibition Visions of Power Symbols of Wealth: Central Coast Salish Sculpture and Engraving. Images include exhibit views and various artifacts including masks, adzes, spindle whorls, mat creasers, and textiles.

Series includes --
Album 4: Slides 1-172
Album 5:
Sheet 1-2 Salish Exhibit 1 [exhibit views], Slides 1-1 – 1-29
Sheet 3-4 Salish Exhibit 2 [artifacts], Slides 2-1 – 2-39
Sheet 5-6 Salish Exhibit 3 [textiles, artifacts], Slides 3-1 – 3-35
Sheet 7 Salish Exhibit 4 [artifacts], Slides 4-1 – 4-19
Sheet 8-9 Salish Exhibit 5 [artifacts], Slides 5-1 – 5-36
Sheet 10-11 Salish Exhibit 6 [artifacts], Slides 6-1 – 6-35

Video Recordings

Series consists of the video recordings about, by, or related to the Museum of Anthropology. Video recordings can be found in many collections and fonds in the MOA Archives; the recordings in this General Media collection are those that do not belong to a more specific archival collection, usually because their provenance is not known.

Series divided into the following files:

  1. MOA Presents
  2. Movie Footage
  3. Museum of Anthropology
  4. Native Art and Culture
  5. School Programmes
  6. Television Broadcasts
  7. Archaeology
  8. Exhibits
  9. Native Fishing
  10. Films
  11. MOA Collections
  12. Miscellaneous

See attached pdf document for list of recordings.

Video Material

This series consists of seven DVD’s produced by Kovanic, which contain video material collected in the Banni District, Kutch, Gujarat, India and four DVD’s containing video from Orissa, India, also produced by Kovanic. These videos relate to articles and photographs which can be found in Series 1.

Gillian Darling Kovanic

Video Disc Project Records

Series consists of imaging product brochures, information, and proposals for a Video Disc project. Series contains drafts of funding applications and costs, correspondence, and memorandums. Records pertain to the planning, implementing, and reporting of the Video Disc project. Series also contains press clippings, receipts, and published materials.

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