Fonds consists of material produced by Pleasure Dome in Toronto for its programs of film and video exhibitions between 1989 and 2016, including press releases, clippings of notices and reviews, programming records with correspondence, and related material.
Pleasure Dome (Toronto, Ont.)
Fonds consists of the administrative records of Photo Eclipse, including its founding and operation of The Photo Passage gallery at Harbourfront. Fonds also includes photographic documentation of several exhibitions held at The Photo Passage, and records of advocacy efforts related to public support for photography in Canada in which Pamela Harris was involved.
Photo Eclipse (group of artists)
Women's Cultural Building
Fonds consists of the working papers of Micah Lexier. Items include correspondence, sketches, project descriptions and proposals, press clippings, publicity materials, and other documents pertaining to the design and fabrication of artworks.
Fonds consists of material documenting Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography as a gallery and provider of educational programming and facilities to support photographic artists, including photographs, slides, exhibition invitations, exhibition catalogues, posters, newspaper clippings and notebooks.
Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography
Fonds consists of research materials generated in preparation for Southcott's book The Sound of the Drum: The Sacred Art of the Anishnabec (Erin, Ontario: Boston Mills Press, 1984). The following artists are documented in the fonds: Allen Angeconeb, Del Ashkewe, Carl Beam, Leland Bell, Benjamin Chee Chee, Shirley D. Cheechoo, Blake Debassige, Noel Ducharme , Don Ense, Rhonda Franks, Ril Gaiashk, Tom Hill, Robert Houle, Alex Janvier, Francis Kagige, Goyce Kakegamic, Morley Kakepetum, Eleanor Kanasawe, Josh Kakegamic, Norman Knott, John Laford, Mel Madahbee, Norval Morrisseau, Hugh Mckenzie, Johnson Meekis, Daphne Odjig, Martin Panamick, Carl Ray, Tim Restoule, Michael Robinson, Allen Sapp, James Simon, Arthur Shilling, Roy Thomas, Randy Trudeau, and Saul Williams.
Fonds consists of the administrative records of Galerie Scollard and Factory 77 accumulated by Kenneth Lund. Also includes records kept by Lund related to his involvement with arts organizations and Eastern Canada artists and galleries. Fonds is comprised of the following series: 1. Galerie Scollard/Factory 77 records 2. Kenneth Lund’s files
Fonds consists of documentation of Chitty's creative process as an interdisciplinary artist, including plans, notes, technical drawings of set designs, posters, promotional material, press, photographs, scripts, correspondence, grant materials, slides used during performances, and photographs of live performances and installations. Fonds also consists of professional records documenting Chitty's role as an arts administrator and curator with Cultural Desire Projects, Western Front, the Canadian Alliance of Dance Artists, the St. Catharines and Area Arts Council, and ANNPAC; speaking notes pertaining to artist talks and conference presentations; as well as drafts and manuscripts pertaining to her editorial and writing work.
Fonds documents Elke Town’s activity in the visual arts in Toronto between the years 1974 and 1991. The files are related to various positions she held, beginning with A Space in 1974, and the curatorial work she carried out at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Gallery 76 at OCAD, Art Metropole and as an independent curator. There are also files related to her writing about visual art and video for numerous publications such as C Magazine, Vanguard, Parachute and Canadian Art.