Fonds consists of records generated as part of Action Poetry ‘94, a symposium and workshop of the spoken word. Records include video and audio recordings of performances and events, proposals and planning documents, internal and external correspondence, biographical information on participants, newspaper clippings, research notes, photographic contact sheets, and material related to organizing the Nat Christie Poetry Day and Nat Christie Poetry Jam events.
Fonds consists of material relating to Southam's professional life, and personal interests. The fonds is divided into ten series which reflect the many items found in fonds. Materials in the fonds include recordings (both by Southam and by others), scores (both by Southam and others), programmes, articles about Southam, photographs (personal and professional), material used by Southam in mixed-media presentation, and other material.
The fonds consists of records resulting from the overall management and direction of art programming, including finances, programs, planning, services, faculty and staff, facilities, awards and scholarships, travel, marketing, the Banff Festival of the Arts, and the Banff Television Festival. The fonds has been divided into the Manager of Visual Arts sous-fonds, and the Arts Administration sous-fonds, which includes the records of the Manager of Performing Arts (1971-1977).
The collection consists of records aquired by the Association of Canadian Women Composers archives. The materials, which include musical scores and sheet music, concert programs and flyers, media clippings, and sound recordings, were donated by ACWC members. They document the activities and contributions of women composers in Canada and elsewhere. Records consist of two series: Composer Files containing materials that relate to a single composer subject, and Other Materials containing records that relate either to multiple composers or to the subject of women composers more generally.
Fonds consists of records generated by the Association of Canadian Women Composers (ACWC), including the Association’s formation and its subsequent activities. The bulk of the records concern the administration of the Association itself and address issues related to governance, financial management, and member recruitment. Other records concern the Association’s public activities, including sponsorship of concerts featuring works by Canadian women composers and other public initiatives intended to increase awareness of and provide support for Canadian women composers. Records include correspondence, financial records, minutes, publications, press releases, media clippings, membership records and other material.
Collection consists of documents donated by Centre alumni including photographs of faculty and students (1933-1934), a bound volume of plays compiled by Elizabeth Haynes for use in drama courses (1933-1934), performance programs and photographs (1954), and ceramics demonstration photographs (1954).