Item is a photograph of a photograph displayed as part of the Locations/National group exhibition. The photograph shows a mural with the phrases "Our government places corporate development and profit before people" and "Fight cutbacks" written next to a lion with the text "single mom" and a female gender symbol. The photograph was made by Barbara Lounder or Cathy Quinn.
Item is a photograph of a letter from John Murchie to the Eye Level Gallery Board of Directors, sent on June 7, 1983. In the letter, Murchie details his proposal for the Locations/National exhibition. Murchie proposed One Way Ticket, a work "intended to respond to some of Canada's political, social, and geographic specifics." Murchie proposed to send an invitation to John Bentley Mays, art critic for the Globe and Mail, to speak in Halifax during the opening of the Locations/National exhibition in Halifax. Murchie also proposed to send Mays a cheque for $99.00, "which is equivalent to the fare for a one-way ticket from Toronto to Halifax, or Halifax to Toronto, on a Via Rail Coach."
Item is a photograph of Eye Level Gallery Directory Garry Conway sitting in the gallery office in 1977. In front of Conway in the binder is minutes from a Board of Directors meeting at Eye Level Gallery from May 24, 1977. On the desk there also is the third page of a report entitled "Parallel Cooperative Galleries" visible.