Item is a photograph of guests at the Three Years Acquisitions art exhibit at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in December, 1973. Three Years Acquisitions was an exhibit of acquisitions, purchases, and gifts obtained by the Dalhousie Art Gallery between 1970 and 1973. Photograph shows (from left to right) David Whizman; Amanda Woodhouse; and Celia Fried.
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."