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Micah Lexier Fonds

  • LA.SC153
  • Fonds
  • 1979-2022

Fonds consists of the working papers of Micah Lexier. Items include correspondence, sketches, computer renderings, project descriptions and proposals, press clippings, publicity materials, photographs, and other documents pertaining to the design and fabrication of artworks.

Lexier, Micah

Leslie Mezei fonds

  • LA.SC169
  • Fonds
  • 1962-2022

Fonds consists of a set of published writings on Leslie Mezei's work in computer art; the typescript and accompanying photographic illustrations of his book Computer Art: An International Portfolio; and digitized images and films that document his practice.

Mezei, Leslie

Elizabeth Chitty fonds

  • LA.SC171
  • Fonds
  • 1975-2021

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.

Chitty, Elizabeth

Barbara Astman fonds

  • LA.SC123
  • Fonds
  • 1951–2021

Fonds consists of records of the artistic and academic career of Barbara Astman, chiefly in Toronto from the 1960s to the second decade of the 21st century, including photographs of her projects and exhibitions, correspondence and textual documentation of projects, personal and other photos and journals, and some audiovisual materials.

Contains series:

  1. Photographic documentation of art works
  2. Project records
  3. Portrait photographs
  4. Installation photographs of gallery exhibitions
  5. Teaching-related records
  6. Publicity material
  7. Audio and video recordings
  8. Journals
  9. Address books and notebooks
  10. Experimental work
  11. Process and preparatory material
  12. Art supplies, ephemera and found objects
  13. Personal correspondence
  14. Works by other artists
  15. Juvenilia
  16. Financial records

Astman, Barbara

[Photocopy Lift Transfers]

File consists of an instructional teaching document regarding photocopy lifts, a specific type of image transfer created using matte or gloss liquid medium. Also includes colour and b&w prints on vellum and one emulsion transfer on a canvas panel that Astman used in teaching. Two of the vellum prints are taped to a poster board for display in the classroom.

[Teaching Samples]

File consists of teaching notes and image transfer visual aids that show the results of a variety of transfer processes, such as solvent or heat transfers, used by Astman in teaching. The visual aids contain multiple image transfers alongside the transparencies used to create the transfer and notes describing the steps taken or techniques used.

Heat Transfers

File consists of teaching notes, materials and supplies relating to image transfer works, especially by heat transfer. Includes paper ephemera such as magazine clippings, wallpaper samples, fabric pieces, vellum prints, printouts, and other graphic material used by Astman in teaching. Also includes visual aids regarding heat transfers, which contain multiple small examples of image transfers alongside the transparencies used to create the transfer and notes describing the steps taken. Some materials, including vellum prints, have been folded, cut or torn into various shapes for use in creating image transfers or other processes.

[Image Transfer Samples]

File consists of samples of prints, predominantly image transfers created through various processes such as by heat or solvent, on a variety of materials, including paper, cardboard, fabric, and metal. Also includes instructional documents for using Iron-on Transfer Paper and 8 skeletonized leaves, which were used as supplies during Astman's teaching.

Expirimental Imagery + Process

File consists of a notebook of students' photographic works and portraits, primarily in the form of photographic strips attached to paper, created for one of Astman's courses at OCAD U (previously the OCA) during the 1970s. Some pages are bound in the notebook and others are loose and dispersed throughout its pages. Also includes correspondence with Alan Gabay (former student), recalling the course.

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