File 03 - Museum Notes

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  • 1977 - 2019 (Creation)

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21 cm of textual records

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This collects all MOA Museum Notes. Museum Notes are produced by MOA staff and artists to accompany a particular exhibition or installation. Each Museum Note expands on the information provided to visitors in the exhibition, shining a light on individual works, processes, and artists. They provide supplementary content for museum visitors and serve as a documentation of research.

List of Museum Notes by #:
[0] Beginnings: An Exhibition of the silkscreen prints of Roy Henry Vickers
[1] Norman Tait Nishga Carver
[2] Joe David
[3] Totem Poles: An Illustrated Guide
[4] Pursuing the Past: A General Account of British Columbia Archaeology
[5] Image and Life: 50,000 years of Japanese Prehistory
[6] The Raven Rattle
[7] Cycles: The Graphic Art of Robert Davidson, Haida
[8] The Haida Legend of the Raven and the First Humans as retold by Bill Reid
[9] Sculpture and Engraving of the Central Coast Salish Indians
[10] A Guide to Buying Contemporary Northwest Coast Indian Arts
[11] Blood from Stone
[12] Ninstints: Haida World Heritage Site
[13] Changing Tides: the Development of Archaeology in B.C.’s Fraser Delta
[14] Ouroboros: A Major Work by Vancouver Artist Stephen Clark
[15] New Visions: Serigraphs by Susan A. Point, Coast Salish Artist
[16] Hands of Our Ancestors: The Revival of Salish Weaving at Musqueam
[17] Robes of Power: Totem Poles on Cloth
[18] Jack Shadbolt and the Coastal Indian Image
[19] Bill Reid: Beyond the Essential Form
[20] From the collections: UBC Museum of Anthropology cookbook
[21] Cowichan Indian Knitting
[22] The Third Eye: The Scientific Investigation of Museum Objects
[23] Bob Boyer: A Blanket Statement
[24] Translations of Tradition: Joanna Staniszkis’ Recent Work
[25] La Légende Haïda du Grand Corbeau et des Premiers Hommes Racontée par Bill Reid
[26] A Family Affair: Making cloth in Taquile, Peru
[27] The Leary Collection of Cypriot Antiquities
[28] Lyle Wilson: When Worlds Collide
[29] Our Chiefs and Elders: Photographs by David Neel, Kwagiutl
[30] The Koerner Ceramics Gallery
[31] Fragments: Reflections on Collecting
[32] Eulachon: A Fish to Cure Humanity
[33] Labour of Love: The Making of the Museum
[34] Recalling the Past: A Selection of Early Chinese Art from the Victor Shaw Collection
[35] Objects and Expressions: Celebrating the Collections of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia
[36a] Nunavutmiutanik Elisasiniq: A Tribute to the Peoples of Nunavut
[36b] Raven’s Reprise: Contemporary Works by First Nations Artists
[37] From the Collections: UBC Museum of Anthropology Cookbook, 50th Anniversary Edition
[38] Robert Davidson: The Abstract Edge
[38F] Robert Davidson: le Bord Abstrait
[39] Peter Morin’s Museum: An Installation with Performances
[40] Hiroshima by Ishiuchi Miyako
[41] Pleased to Meet You: Introductions by Gwyn Hanssen Pigott
[42] Paradise Lost?: Contemporary Works from the Pacific
[43] (In)visible: The Spiritual World of Taiwan Through Contemporary Art
[44] In the Footprint of the Crocodile Man: Memories, Myths and contemporary art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea
[n/a] Layers of Influence
[45] In Her Words: Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia
[46] Shadows, Strings & Other Things: Puppet Makers & Puppeteers
[47] Playing with Fire: Ceramics of the Extraordinary
[n/a] Kent Monkman: Shame and Prejudice
[48] A Future for Memory: Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake

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8.1 - 8.6, 9.1, 9.8 - 9.9

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  • Box: Publications and ephemera Box 8
  • Box: Publications and ephemera Box 9