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Life like it : [exhibition video compilation]

Item consists of two separate video recordings for the video exhibition "Like Life It": Some Hfx. Video and Catie. These video works were created by Dean Brousseau and were a part of the 1986 video exhibition, "Life Like It", which featured Halifax-based video artists and traveled nationally.

Brousseau, Dean

Centre for Art Tapes fonds

  • MS-3-46
  • Fonds
  • 1979-2005
Fonds consists of records created and collected by the Centre for Art Tapes between 1977 and 2005. Materials reflect the artist-run centre's diverse functions and activities. Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs, scholarship applications, funding applications, posters, programs, CDs, DVDs, audio cassettes, exhibition catalogues, reports, financial statements, public service announcements, news releases, blueprints, agreements, workshop materials and programming information.

Centre for Art Tapes

Photograph of a photograph displayed as part of Locations/National group exhibition

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.

Photograph of letter detailing John Murchie's One Way Ticket proposal for the Locations/National group exhibition

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."

Photographic slides from exhibitions

File includes slides from exhibitions including Peggy's Cove Syndrome, Satire as Discontent, and Locations/National. Artists include Robert Bean, David Merritt, Rosemary Macaulay, Sean McQuay, and Barbara Lounder.

Photograph of The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt

Item is a photograph of a television on a table surrounded by chairs and a large wall-mounted photograph that formed part of the The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt. Four copies of a report and one pamphlet are on the table, along with an ashtray, water jug, and two cups. The exhibition was presented by the Centre for Art Tapes from September 27, 1978 to October 6, 1978.

Photograph of The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt

Item is a photograph of a television on a table surrounded by chairs and a large wall-mounted photograph that formed part of the The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt. Four copies of a report and one pamphlet are on the table, along with an ashtray, water jug, and two cups. The exhibition was presented by the Centre for Art Tapes from September 27, 1978 to October 6, 1978.

Photograph of The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt

Item is a photograph of a television on a table surrounded by chairs and a large wall-mounted photograph that formed part of the The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt. Four copies of a report and one pamphlet are on the table, along with an ashtray, water jug, and two cups. The exhibition was presented by the Centre for Art Tapes from September 27, 1978 to October 6, 1978.

Photograph of The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt

Item is a photograph of a television on a table surrounded by chairs and a large wall-mounted photograph that formed part of the The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt. Four copies of a report and one pamphlet are on the table, along with an ashtray, water jug, and two cups. The exhibition was presented by the Centre for Art Tapes from September 27, 1978 to October 6, 1978.

Photograph of The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt

Item is a photograph of a television on a table surrounded by chairs and a large wall-mounted photograph that formed part of the The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt. Four copies of a report and one pamphlet are on the table, along with an ashtray, water jug, and two cups. The exhibition was presented by the Centre for Art Tapes from September 27, 1978 to October 6, 1978.

Photograph of The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt

Item is a photograph of an open briefcase that formed part of the The Scientific Research Bureau of Canada exhibition by John Watt. The exhibition was presented by the Centre for Art Tapes from September 27, 1978 to October 6, 1978. Invitations to the exhibition can be seen inside the briefcase.

Satire As Discontent: group exhibition and musical performances held July 23 - September 1, 1984

File includes press releases, report for Canada Council, proposals, planning notes, Marvel comic book: The Life of Pope John Paul, posters, press clippings. (Artists include: Gerry Amey, Davna Gallager, Janice Leonard, Barbara Lounder, Susan McEachern, Wilma Needham, Bernice Purdy, Cathy Quinn, Rick Sanderson, Ruth Scheuing, Robert Tonks, Eric Walker)
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