The materials described here include personal correspondence related to Dr. Lander's writing, manuscripts, and drafts of published essays; lecture notes; her father's personal papers; MA and PhD theses; and newspaper and magazine clippings related to art, art history, Jewish art and history, education, and book reviews of women writers. Interspaced throughout the items in the donation are small post-it notes provided by Dr. Lander's daughter. Most items have been arranged in the order in which they were donated.
The materials described here include internal WAG correspondence; press releases, and ephemera related to WAG programming and programming at other museums. Interspaced throughout the items in the donation are small post-it notes provided by Dr. Lander's daughter. Materials have largely been arranged in the order they were received.
Series consists of images taken by the members of the WAG Photography Department for the purpose of public relations, primarily for inclusion in the Gallery Newsletter. Subjects documented include exhibition openings (featuring artists, guests and works in situ), performance pieces, fund-raising events (including lotteries and art sales), festivals, staff and volunteer portraits, volunteer activities (especially the Volunteer Committee), views of WAG exteriors and interiors (including exhibit installations), concerts and other performances, and staff events (including farewell receptions and retirement dinners).
This series is comprised of records from the Glasgow School of Art, and the Glasgow School of Art Club. The Club records consist of home programmes and syllabi for the School itself. The remainder of the records includes calendar sessions, annual art magazines, performance programmes and a student article all created by the Glasgow School of Art.
This series is comprised of monographs that relate to various artists works, as well as specific artist skills. In terms of artist skills, there is a monograph titled Modern Etchings, Mezzotints, and Dial points. This monograph was owned by Grace Melvin – a contributor to the creation of the Vancouver School of Art. The remainder of the monographs consist of commemorative albums, artist features, and a monograph titled: Eskimo Explorations 9: prints of [Eskimo] activities.
This series is comprised of a number of different exhibition catalogues, retrospectives and art news. The range of records has content that related to Charles H. Scott, but there are also other records that focus on a wide variety of artists. For example, there is an outline of a Jack Shadbolt retrospective exhibition; a Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and Calgary Fine Arts exhibition catalogue; and an exhibition on Augustus John from the Royal Academy of Arts Diploma Gallery. Finally, there is a newspaper clipping addressing the joint exhibition that was put on at the University of British Columbia by Charles H. Scott and Grace Melvin in 1956.
This series is comprised of records relating to the Vancouver School of Art. One half of the series consists of curriculum information for the Vancouver School of Art in terms of school prospectuses and program guides (1938-1964). The remaining records within the series consist of photographs and news articles relating to the Vancouver School of Art (1948-1952). Specifically, many of the photographs display an exterior view of the Vancouver School of Art and Vancouver Education department, the remainder are photographs of students attending the Beaux Arts Ball, creating works in the Vancouver School of Art, and attending social functions at the School. Finally, a number of newspaper clippings related to the Vancouver School of Art are also included within this series as they are directly related to graduates and events associated with the school.