Series consists of Henry Orenstein's materials regarding his professional activities, including photographs, negatives, sketches, programs, flyers, posters, postcards, slides, correspondence and other materials. Fonds contains several of Henry Orenstein's art pieces and sketches, including related to the "Sudbury Industrial Landscape" project. In the 1950s, Henry Orenstein was commissioned by the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers of Sudbury to paint a mural for the local union hall, which was the centre of a broad-ranging cultural role of Mine Mill Local 598 in the Sudbury area. At that time, Mine Mill was in the midst of a series of raids by the United Steelworkers.
Fonds consists of Joan and Henry Orenstein's materials regarding their professional activities, including photographs, negatives, sketches, programs, flyers, posters, postcards, slides, correspondence and other materials. Fonds includes several photographs of Joan Orenstein acting, Henry Orenstein's art pieces and sketches, and Joan and Henry Orenstein's family photographic negatives.
Fonds consists of correspondence; printed material, including exhibition pamphlets; research and correspondence pertaining to silver, heraldry; manuscripts; family papers; Mackay's own artwork; artist files; and reference materials.
File contains sketches of various persons and scenes, including Joan rehearsing "La Sagouine," "Purcell's Cove Social Club, 1960s," "Extinct Species, Fisherman 1960s," "Do you know Anyone who Wants A Man?" "Musicians," "Instruments," "Masks," and three sketches of unidentified persons. File also contains a copy of the sketch "Juno & the Paycock" and a photograph of the "Masks" exhibition attached to the sketch.
File contains sketches produced by Henry Orenstein in the course of his creative process in the concept development of the Sudbury Industrial Landscape, a 1950s commission by the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers of Sudbury for a mural on the local union hall.
File contains slides of multiple works, including lithographs, charcoal sketches, paintings, pencil sketches, court room sketches, and those titled "Music Series," "Types of Art Media," and "Out of Order."
Item consists of a handwritten document of minutes from a board meeting held on June 26, 1975 at Eye Level Gallery. Item appears be repeat same information in MS-3-35, Box 18, Folder 10, Item 22, but in an edited and presentable version.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Dalhousie Art Gallery publicity, exhibitions, collections, openings and events, and administration. Types of materials include press releases, brochures, tickets, a poster, photographs, course information, programs, calendars, catalogues, reports, financial records, notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes and agendas, and other materials.
Fonds consists of documents created and collected by Eyelevel Gallery that reflect all aspects of the gallery’s management. The fonds includes artist files, slides, administrative files, publicity files (including press releases), correspondence, publications, financial documents, contracts, minutes of board of directors meetings, photographs, fundraising files and membership lists, audio and videocassettes, CDs, DVDs, books, and programmes, catalogues, posters, reviews, guest books, and miscellaneous files regarding exhibitions and events. Some digital records in this collection have been migrated from CD's.
Item is minutes from the board's meeting on May 28, 1975 at the Eye Level Gallery. Members present included Roger Savage, K. MacKeeman, John Greer, Hatti Prentiss, D. Purdy, and Joyce Hanson. The main issue discussed the resignation of the Coordinator, therefore the board voted that no board member could fill the coordinator position, which would have its own selection committee.
Item is handwritten set of minutes of the second meeting of the Board of Directors of Eye Level Gallery, held at an unknown location on November 28, 1974. Present members were John Greer, David Haigh, Karl MacKeeman, Julia Schmitt Healy, and Roger Savage. The lack of any non-artists meant the board did not have quorum according to the rules outlined in the minutes of the first meeting. Nevertheless, the board had a full meeting and made a number of decisions, including the approval of a Michael Fernandes show in January 1975. The board also expressed hope that the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation would "help solve" a budget deficit by providing funds. The membership's early interest in the documentation of the gallery's activities are reflected in the board's decision to photograph each show but not provide an honorarium to photographers.