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Dalhousie University Photograph Collection Art--Exhibitions
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Photograph of Dr. C.B. Weld and G.V.V. Nicholls at the Dalhousie Art Gallery

Item is a photograph of Dr. C. Beecher Weld (second from right) from the General Committee on Cultural Activities, and Professor G.V.V. Nicholls (right) at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1977. The exhibit on at the time was the annual Staff, Student and Alumni exhibit. Photograph was published in University News Vol. 7 No. 12, 1977.

Photograph of Evelyn Holmes and Guy MacLean

Item is a photograph of Evelyn Holmes, curator of the Dalhousie Art Gallery; and Guy MacLean, Vice President Academic and Research. The photograph was taken at the testimonial dinner for Evelyn Holmes at the Saraguay Club in May, 1975. Photograph was published in University News September 5, 1975.

Photograph of Evelyn Holmes with pottery

Item is a photograph of Evelyn Holmes with a pottery display. Evelyn Holmes was Acting Curator at the Dalhousie Art Gallery at the time of the photo. Exhibit on at the time was the Dalhousie Faculty Exhibit, January 1967. File contains a duplicate of this image.

Photograph of Evelyn Holmes with pottery

Item is a photograph of Evelyn Holmes with a pottery display. Evelyn Holmes was Acting Curator at the Dalhousie Art Gallery at the time of the photo. Exhibit on at the time was the Dalhousie Faculty Exhibit, January 1967. File contains a duplicate of this image.

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Photograph of Henry Hicks and guests at the Svoboda exhibit reception

Item is a photograph of the Josef Svoboda exhibit opening reception at the Dalhousie Art Gallery on October 4, 1974. Photograph shows (from left to right) Henry Hicks; Dalhousie University President; Josef Svoboda, artist; Professor L.H. Lawrence; and Professor Peter Perina, Theatre Department Chairman.

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Photograph of Maureen Forrester, Henry Hicks and Ernest Smith at Dalhousie Art Gallery reception

Item is a photograph of the Leonardo da Vinci exhibit opening reception at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1972. The exhibit was one of the first in the new Art Gallery, in the Dalhousie Arts Centre. Photograph shows (from left to right) Maureen Forrester, Canadian operatic contralto; Dr. Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; and Professor Ernest Smith, Dalhousie Art Gallery director.

Photograph of Sleeping Woman on Bed by John De Andrea

Item is a photograph of the sculpture Sleeping Woman on Bed by John De Andrea, 1974. Life sized sculpture made from polyester, fibreglass, polychrome, and oil. From the private collection of Richard L. Weisman, New York. Photograph was published in University News, September 16, 1977.

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Photograph of The Invisible Hunter exhibit

Item is a photograph of pieces from The Invisible Hunter exhibit. Photograph shows two sculptures of heads and an image in the background. The Invisible Hunter was an exhibit about Aboriginal peoples and spirits. Photograph was published in University News, November 11, 1976.

Photograph of Tom Lackie, Mary McLaughlin and Dr. Wilkie Kushner

Item is a photograph of Tom Lackie, Mary McLaughlin and Dr. Wilkie Kushner at the Dalhousie Art Gallery. Photograph shows (from left to right) Tom Lackie, Art Gallery staff; Mary McLaughlin, Art Gallery staff; and Dr. Wilkie Kushner, Dalhousie Health Services. Dr. Kushner was the creator of the art in the photo. His artwork was part of the Student, Staff, and Alumni Exhibit at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1977.

Photograph of Tramp Art doll cradle

Item is a photograph of a Tramp Art style doll cradle. The cradle was made by an artist in Pictou County, Nova Scotia around 1900. Each part was whittled and fitted together without the use of glue or nails. The cradle was made in the "crown of thorns" tradition because of the spiked ends.

Donkin, John

Photograph of Tramp Art doll cradle

Item is a photograph of a Tramp Art style doll cradle. The cradle was made by an artist in Pictou County, Nova Scotia around 1900. Each part was whittled and fitted together without the use of glue or nails. The cradle was made in the "crown of thorns" tradition because of the spiked ends.

Donkin, John

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