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Zinka Milanov

The photographs show Zinka Milanov, a Croatian-born soprano singer who had a major career at the New York Metropolitan Opera. In one photograph, she is posing with a group of nine unidentified men. In the second photograph, an unidentified man is holding her an arrangement of flowers.

Canada games tv 30 sec

Item is a sound recording by Lisa MacDougall made for a 30 second television advertisement for the Canada Games. The recording was made in the 1990s at Solar Audio Recording Studio on Cunard Street in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The recording is held on an Ampex 456 audio reel.

MacDougall, Lisa

List of first directors of Eye Level Gallery Society

Item is a list of the first directors of the Eye Level Gallery Society, created on November 21, 1974. The list identifies ten individuals who were to serve on the board until November 18, 1975: John Greer (artist), David Haigh (artist), Joyce Hanson (artist), Julia Schmitt Healy (artist), Mary Kenny (photographer), Keith Laws (accountant), Karl MacKeeman (artist), Hatti Prentiss (writer), Donald Purdy (businessman), and Roger Savage (artist).

Breaking the cycle

Item consists of a video recording by Sobaz Benajmin entitled "Breaking the Cycle". North Preston boasts some of the most gifted singers in Atlantic Canada, if not in Canada. Yet few have been able to capture the international limelight. In this short documentary, it showcases some of the performers from North Preston, the oldest indigenous black community in Canada, who are working to break this cycle. This project was an outreach project organized by Moving Images Group in collaboration with CFAT. The aim was to bring video production to a community. The project was written, shot and directed collectively.

Benjamin, Sobaz

General membership meeting memo

Item is memo for a general membership meeting that happened at the Eye Level Gallery on April 17, 1975. The letter identified agenda items, which included a discussion policy, the slide bank, a gallery newsletter and a new space for next year. The letter is from Julia Schmitt Healy.

Resignation of David Haigh

Item is a letter from David Haigh outlining the reasons why he resigned from his position on the Board of Directors of Eye Level Gallery.

Munro Day program

Item is the program for Munro Day on Wednesday March 11, 1936 at Dalhousie University. The program featured sporting events, announcements and presentations, music, and an evening dance.

Munro Day program

Item is the program for Munro Day on Thursday March 14, 1935 at Dalhousie University. The program featured sporting events, announcements and presentations, music, and an evening dance.

Munro Day program

Item is the program for Munro Day on Thursday March 18, 1937 at Dalhousie University. The program featured sporting events, announcements and presentations, music, and an evening dance.

Munro Day program

Item is the program for Munro Day on Tuesday March 14, 1939 at Dalhousie University. The program featured sporting events, announcements and presentations, music, and an evening dance.

Munro Day program

Item is the program for Munro Day on March 14, 1950 at Dalhousie University. The program featured sporting events, announcements and presentations, music, and an evening dance.

Munro Day program

Item is the program for Munro Day on March 13, 1951 at Dalhousie University. The program featured sporting events, announcements and presentations, music, and an evening dance.

In a Drunken Stupor

Item is an audio recording of 'In a Drunken Stupor,' a performance by Clive Robertson presented on February 29, 1984 at the Treasure Cove Lounge in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia as part of the 1984 Audio by Artists Festival. This solo performance about domestic violence and war premiered in 1983 for Syntax, Calgary and widely performed across the artist-run centre network between 1983 and 1985. The performance has a backing track of read texts, sound effects, and music ending with the song, "What Can A Man Say?." The texts are read by Janet Martin, Lisa Steele, Lisa Wyndels, Carole Conde, Joyce Mason and Lillian Allen.

Robertson, Clive, 1946-

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