File is an audio reel that contains an episode of Artscape, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 97.5. This episode includes an interview with Zo Lambert, an assemblage artist, and a film review of Powaqqatsi, which was shown at Wormwood's Dog and Monkey Cinema in Halifax from December 2 to December 8, 1988.
File is an audio reel that contains an episode of From a Different Perspective, a radio program broadcast on CKDU 97.5. This episode is on Zimbabwe writers. It aired August 4, 1988 and was rebroadcast August 3, 1989 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.
File is an audio reel that contains an episode of From a Different Perspective, a radio program broadcast on CKDU 97.5. This episode is on youth and education in Africa. It aired November 2, 1988 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's public affairs program.
Item is a videocassette made for patients of Victoria General's Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. Thank yous include Maritime Heart Centre, nursing staff of the unit, and Astra Canada and Parke-Davis for providing educational grants to make the video. The video was requested by Sandra Matheson.
File contains original set designs and a copy of the light plot design for Neptune Theatre's studio production of "Young Triffie's Been Made Away With," directed by Mary Walsh and designed by Stephen Osler (set) and Michael Fuller (lights).
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features a year in review for 1993, produced by Dan Smith and split into three parts: part 1 is 11 min. 57 sec.; part 2 is 8 min. 51 sec.; and part 3 is 8 min. 37 sec. The episode was recorded and broadcast in April 1993.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features a year in review for 1992, parts 1-3. The episode was recorded on December 20, 1992, and was broadcasted on December 22, 1992.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features the year in review, including rights/a task force on AIDS, the SUNS combat AIDS project, a lesbian conference, and bill C-54. The episode was recorded on December 24, 1988, and was broadcasted on December 26, 1988.
File is an audio reel that contains an episode of Idle Reels, a CKDU radio program. This episode was recorded July 26, 1986; aired August 3, 1986; and was rebroadcast January 25, 1987 and November 19, 1989.
File contains Budge Wilson's introductory speech for the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia Short Story Award and a program from the event. The award was won by Jane Elizabeth Ledwell with Beverley Morash (second), Beth Ryan (third), and Kathleen Knowles, Joyce Simpson and Abby Whidden (honourable mentions). Wilson's speech discusses each of the recipients and their submissions in turn.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Black Cultural Centre Presents, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is an interview, entitled "Worth the Wait." The episode aired April 13, 1989 and was rebroadcasted on April 25, 1989.
Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture given by Dr. C.H. Kempt, who spoke as part of the Friday at Four lecture series. This series was sponsored and organized by the Dalhousie Medical School and focused on a variety of subjects by lecturers invited to speak about specialized areas of medicine. The lectures were held each Friday by the School from the 1970s to the 1990s. The video was requested by Dr. Putnam from the Division of Continuing Medical Education.
File contains one program for the World AIDS Day Vigil, held in Halifax on December 1, 2006; one program and one poster for the World AIDS Day Vigil, held in Halifax on December 1, 2007; one pamphlet about bisexuality; and one pamphlet about the Gay and Lesbian Archives (now called the ArQuives).
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his involvement with the World Academy of Art and Science. Subseries contains printed materials, news releases, administrative records, and other materials.
File contains materials relating to workshops and group discussions held by Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church. Materials include agendas, scripture and external readings, notes, and discussion questions.
File contains one pamphlet with information on the Community Development Fund application process for 2005, one copy of the pamphlet Sexual diversity in the workplace; one copy of the traditional gender model; one copy of Medical Procedures Related to Transgender Health as an MSI Benefit for Nova Scotians; one copy of draft 13 of Understanding Transsexuality: A Workshop; one packet of information regarding transgender youth and their involvement with the Youth Project; budgets for May 2012; one copy of the Trans Pride Canada: Style Guide; correspondence 2010-2012; news clippings dated 2011; notes; and educational materials relating to transgender health.
File contains one copy of So You Wanna Be a T-Girl - A Realistic Guide to the Transitional Journey printed off from the web; one draft of speaking notes for the Understanding Transsexuality workshop; and two unmarked DVD-R discs.
File contains 11 pages of blueline prints of hand-drawn working designs for Killam Library furnishings, labelled F-100 though F-110, which include initial and revised plans (elevations and section drawings) for: cataloguer and bibliographer's work units; card catalogue units; consultation tables; newspaper storage units; display cases; atlas stands; file tubs; and dictionary stands. Annotations with dates include revisions based on requests by librarians.
File contains 2 pages of blackline prints of working designs for a display unit and book cases for the planned Kipling Room in the Killam Library. The drawings include elevations and section details, are stamped "preliminary," numbered S-8 and S-8, and dated 31 March 1969. The Kipling Room ended up remaining in the O.E. Smith wing of the Macdonald Library; it is possible that these furniture plans were used instead for the Morse Room, which was located behind the MacMechan Auditorium.