Fonds pfla-2088 - Banff Centre Inter-Arts Department fonds

Gene Youngblood : author, lecturer, teacher in the electronic arts and media : [poster] "Inter-Arts Orientation : Evening of Jazz" : [poster]
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Banff Centre Inter-Arts Department fonds

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pfla pfla-2088

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  • 1979-1990 (Creation)
    Banff Centre Inter-Arts Department

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5.6 m of textual records and other materials

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Established in 1980 to encourage inter-disciplinary collaboration among visiting artists, Inter-Arts sponsored an ongoing series of forums, lectures, readings, performances, film and video screenings, and short-term workshops. Major productions include "Princess of the Stars" by R. Murray Schafer (1985), "Viewpoints on Arts and Technology" (1986), the experimental radio broadcast project "Radia 89.9" (1989), and "La Trahison Orale" by Maurico Kagel (1990). Artistic Directors include Michael Bawtree (1980-1982), Michael Century (1982-1988), and Claude Schryer (1988-1990).

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Fonds consists of correspondence and memoranda, minutes, reports, project files, subject files, guest and faculty files, event and workshop photographs. Individual record series exist for each of the major productions.

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Includes 5.6 m of textual records, ca. 900 photographs, ca. 380 audio cassettes, 86 videocassettes, 3 7" audio reels, 2 10" audio reels, 5 prints, 1 16mm film reel, and 1 technical drawing.

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