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MsC-23 · Fonds · 1982-1998

The fonds includes records of the administration and activities of the Women and Words Society, including minutes, correspondence, financial and payroll records, submissions, fundraising records, documentation of events and its mentorship program.

Women and Words Society
Northern Lines
F-109-14-2-1-0-147 · Item · 1982
Part of School for the Contemporary Arts fonds

Also held by "Moving Images Distribution" in 16mm format: "Freight trains, shot from directly above, weave complex patterns of form,colour, and motion in this beautifully controlled film painting. A fresh vision of the industrial landscape. Awards: CNE Certificate of Merit; Jury Award (INSTITUT QU?âB?âCOIS DU CIN?âMA), [14th] Canadian Student Film Festival." 13 min., 1982 [http://www.movingimages.ca/catalogue/Experimental/Experimental_r.html#RTFToC52a]

Rotheisler, Randy
Passage
F-109-14-2-1-0-35 · Item · 1973
Part of School for the Contemporary Arts fonds

"A delightful cartoon from John Pill. "A bouncy rhythmic 3 minutes of abstract animation that alternates an active collection of purple pills with speeded up shots of running water and billowing clouds, a visual combination that actually manages to leave the viewer euphoric." [Michael Walsh, "Student film mood: Calmness supplants revolution," ca. 1973 article]; "(Filmmaker - first animated film, shot in Reversal Negative B & W.) The film is based on some verses by KABIR (1398-1518), the poet-saint who lived in the East." [Spring Arts Festival, March 11-April 8, S.F.U. Film Workshop Productions 1973, program]

Rubblewomen
F-109-14-2-1-0-181 · Item · 1985
Part of School for the Contemporary Arts fonds

Also held by "Moving Images Distribution" in video and 16mm formats: "Rubblewomen explores a taboo subject: the "rubblewomen" who helped rebuild shattered postwar Berlin by gathering and cleaning bricks from bombed buildings. Interviews and imaginatively manipulated archival footage sketch in this forgotten chapter in German history. As one interviewee notes, "women are always cleaning up men's messes." Award: Best Documentary, Canadian Student Film Festival, 1985 [http://www.movingimages.ca/catalogue/Experimental/Experimental_b.html#RTFToC3a]

Jim Douglas fonds
MsC-192 · Fonds · 1968-2006

This fonds contains textual and photographic materials compiled by Jim Douglas, primarily relating to his various business and professional work in the field of book publishing. There is also printed material he compiled while researching legal topics relevant to publishing such as libel, copyright, contract and professional standards.

The series contained in this fonds are as follows: Series 1: Business records (1968-2006), Series 2: Records pertaining to legal topics (1982-1990), and Series 3: Project files (1970-1985).

Douglas, Jim
Alison Kirkley fonds
F-294 · Fonds · 1982-2008

Fonds consists of 21 mounted black and white photographic prints and 1 poster for an an exhibition of Kirkley's photos at the New Westminster Arts Council. The photographs feature dancers from the SFU dance program performing in student and faculty shows. One of the main subjects of the photographs is Lorraine Thomson, Alison Kirkley's sister and a graduate of the SFU dance program.

The project to create the photos was suggested to Alison Kirkley by Judith Garay, an SFU dance professor, as a way to document the newly credited dance program at SFU. The photos were taken in a minimalist style using analog camera equipment and natural light, and then developed and enhanced using dark room techniques.

Kirkley's equipment for taking the photographs consisted of a Hasselblad 500CM large format camera; Canon F-1 and Canon TX with a Canon FD series lens; Gossen Lunasix F exposure metres; and Canon Speedlite 199A. Her darkroom was equipped with a Berkey Omega C760 Modular 11 x 14 inch black and white enlarger. The paper used for the prints was Fujicolour and Infospeed MG44M.

Item formats include the analog originals and digitized surrogates.

Items arranged chronologically.

Kirkley, Alison
Correspondence
MsC-128-0-1 · Series · 1959 - 2010
Part of Al Neil fonds

Series consists of personal and professional correspondence to and from Al Neil. Some correspondence is addressed to Marguerite, Al and Marguerite, or Al and Carole.

Neil, Al
Correspondence, 2007–2010
MsC-128-0-1-0-0-11-1 · Item · 2007–2010
Part of Al Neil fonds

Item is a CD-R with emails to and from Al Neil; correspondents include Michael Turner, Kamloops Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery, Michael de Courcy, Paul J. Perry.