British Columbia in art

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Between ourselves : Pacific door

SUMMARY: "Between Ourselves" was a weekly series of hour-long radio programs that presented Canada to Canadians. It featured aspects of Canadian life in docudramas, plays, music, and interviews, originating from different regions of Canada. The series ran from 1966 to 1979. This episode, "Pacific Door", explores a "west coast" point of view in the arts. Musicians, writers, artists, and filmmakers discuss the impact of the landscape, and how the west coast impacts their art. The voices heard include playwright George Ryga.;

Flora Hamilton Burns interview

CALL NUMBER: T1286:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1962-05-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Miss Burns talks about Emily Carr's early years in James Bay; the Richard Carr family and house; recollections of the Carr family; Emily's art education; Emily's first contacts with the Indi;ans in 1898; her studies in France; her trips to northern BC and the exhibition in Victoria where no recognition was given to her work. TRACK 2: Miss Burns continues with her discussion about Emily ;Carr; her art; her financial problems and frustrations; Marius Barbeau's interest in her art; recognition from eastern Canada in the 1920's; trips east and further visits to the Indians on the coast; ;her pottery; hooked rugs; dog breeding; pets; her first writings; her holidays; her friendship with Miss Burns; her personality; appearance and attitudes; artistic isolation; and her love of the west.

CALL NUMBER: T1286:0002 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1962-05-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Miss Burns discusses Emily Carr's religious beliefs; her attitudes towards the Indians' religious beliefs and philosophy of nature; her painting and sketching of the BC landscape; Eric Newton's opinion of her; her later work and ill health. TRACK 2: Miss Burns describes the arrival of her grandfather, William John Macdonald, in Victoria in 1851 to work for the Hudson's Bay Company; her; grandmother, Catherine Reid; her grandfather's work; his role as gold commissioner, collector of customs, and post master; his importing and exporting business; the family's trip to Scotland; W.J. Macdonald's political career; his position as Senator from Vancouver Island in 1872; his appearance; her grandmother's family; "Armadale", the family estate in James Bay, and the subdivision of the property.

CALL NUMBER: T1286:0003 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1962-05-18 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Miss Burns talks about Senator Macdonald's trips to England; his homes in Victoria; social life at "Armadale"; garden parties; entertaining the navy; and the Burns family. [TRACK 2: blank.]

Images B.C. : a cultural history of British Columbia

The item is a video copy of a documentary. In it, art historian Marc Pessin examines the human history of British Columbia as reflected in the art forms of sculpture, painting and architecture, including images created by the First Peoples and by artists in the European tradition.

Jack Shadbolt : An artist's summer

CALL NUMBER: T3088:0010 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): An artist's summer SUMMARY: Appears to be a radio documentary about painter Jack Shadbolt. No content summary is available.;

CALL NUMBER: T3088:0011 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): An artist's summer : [out-takes] SUMMARY: Out-takes from the above program.;

Jack Shadbolt : development of an artist

RECORDED: Burnaby (B.C.), 1972-05-28 SUMMARY: In an interview with Virgil Hammock (Associate Professor in the School of Art, University of Manitoba), Vancouver painter Jack Shadbolt discusses his development as an artist.;

Jack Shadbolt interview : [Orchard, 1978]

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Interview with Jack Shadbolt -- Vancouver Art Gallery exhibition, 1978 RECORDED: Vancouver (B.C.), 1978-03-31 & 04-30 SUMMARY: An interview with Vancouver artist Jack Shadbolt, recorded in connection with the exhibition "Shadbolt: Seven Years" at the Vancouver Art Gallery. He discusses his life, training, career, experience a;nd works. T3088:0001 - 0002 were recorded at the Vancouver Art Gallery; T3088:0003 - 0006 were recorded at Shadbolt's studio.;

Max Stern : the paintings of Emily Carr

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1976-11-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Max Stern's first contact with Emily Carr, 1944. Description of Carr's workshop. Arrangements for the Montreal exhibition of Carr's paintings at the Dominion Gallery, Montreal, 1944. The choice of paintings for the exhibition. Stern's own background in art history. Description of the Carr exhibition. Sales from the show. Stern's description of Carr. Their friendship. Stern acted as sales agent for the Carr estate after Carr's death in 1945. The role of Ira Dilworth. Value of Carr's paintings in 1944. Stern's assessment of Carr's place in Canadian and world art history. Comments on the Carr Arts Centre, Victoria. Carr's character. Carr compared to other artists. TRACK 2: Discussion of Carr's painting of Juan de Fuca Strait. Carr's education and training. Influences on Carr, especially in the period 1911-1914. (End of interview)

Sketches from the colonial period: early artistic representations of British Columbia and Vancouver Island / Helen Bergen Peters

The item is a microfiche copy of a thesis by Helen Bergen Peters titled "Sketches from the colonial period: early artistic representations of British Columbia and Vancouver Island." 1978. x, 159 leaves: illus., maps. Thesis (M.A.), University of Victoria, 1978. Vita. Bibliography: leaves 105-114. Canadian theses on microfiche, 37230.

The Hornby collection : British Columbia : A painter's landscape

SUMMARY: "The Hornby Collection" is an anthology of plays, documentaries, interviews and selected fiction for radio -- all written, prepared and produced in British Columbia. Part 1: "Hundreds and Thousands";, a reading from Emily Carr's journals. [T4303:0044] Part 2: Painter Jack Shadboldt is interviewed at his home on Hornby Island. [T4303:0092];