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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

Central Coast Salish Art Inventory

Series consists of slides representing the inventory of Central Coast Salish art photographed by Dr. Kew during his visits to various North American museums and the British Museum in preparation for the exhibition Visions of Power Symbols of Wealth: Central Coast Salish Sculpture and Engraving. The images illustrate a wide variety of traditional art objects including masks, adzes, spindle whorls, mat creasers, and totems poles, as well as various jewelry, instruments, and utensils. The series also includes two volumes of the Central Coast Salish Computerized Art Inventory, which provides a detailed physical description of each art object.

Series includes --

Album 1: Slides 03-560

Album 2:
Sheet 1-14 Slides 561-940
Sheet 15-32 [Uncatalogued Slides]

Album 3: [Uncatalogued Slides]

Box# 1: Central Coast Salish Computerized Art Inventory

MOA Magazine, Issue 08, Fall 2019

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions, the Great Hall seismic upgrades, the UBC President's Staff Award for Community Engagement recipient Salma Mawani, the beginning of a project to decolonize MOA's Africa collections, funding from Canadian Heritage's Museum Assistance Program, Playing with Fire: Ceramics of the Extraordinary, the history of the museum and the Hawthorns, fast fashion and sustainable textiles, highlights from the Multiversity Galleries, the return of a Haida mortuary pole, the Native Youth Program, the MOA shop, artist-in-residence Sharon Reay, and the MOA Director's Advisory Council.

MOA Magazine, Issue 07, Spring 2019

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions, the new Collections Access Grant program, the release of the book People Among the People: The Public Art of Susan Point, Shadows, Strings and Other Things: The Enchanting Theatre of Puppets and related programs, Javanese puppeteer Sutrisno Hartana, the Ninini (Earthquake) dance at the Frank Nelson Memorial Potlatch, MOA's conservators Miriam Clavir and Heidi Swierenga, highlights from the MOA archives, the book Divine Threads: The Visual and Material Culture of Cantonese Opera by April Liu, and how to leave a gift to MOA in your will.

MOA Magazine, Issue 06, Fall 2018

This issue contains articles on current and upcoming exhibitions, Great Hall seismic upgrade renovations, Carol E. Mayer's trip to the island of Erub, volunteer Marcie Powell's work on textiles, contemporary art in the Multiversity Galleries, Debra Sparrow's weaving at the museum, the raising of a new Raven Pole at Wuikinuxv Village, the Volunteer Associates enrichment trip, the Native Youth Program, and an interview with Ann Stevenson, retiring Information Manager.

MOA News: The Newsletter of the UBC Museum of Anthropology, January-April, 1998

The newsletter contains 7 articles about the museum as well as photographs, facsimiles of artworks, and general visitor information. Subjects include the exhibition Recalling the Past: A Selection of Early Chinese Art from the Victor Shaw Collection and MOA's Asian collections, Stó:lō Chief Frank Malloway, events related to the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), MOA's new collections management system, an award of merit granted to the production team of From Under the Delta, the publication of The Potter's Art edited by Carol Mayer, and the launch of a multi-museum admission program called The Great Escapes. Also included is a Calendar of Events.

MOA News: The Newsletter of the UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vol II No 3, May 1997

The newsletter contains 6 articles about the museum as well as photographs, facsimiles of artworks, and general visitor information. Subjects include the erection of new house posts and an ancestral figure by Susan Point, a new school programme co-developed with the Musqueam Nation, the retirement of MOA director Dr. Michael Ames, the launch of MOA's first website, the continuation of Dr. Marjoire Halpin's multimedia project, and the donation and display of Ainu objects. Also included are a Calendar of Events and list of donors.

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