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Action Poetry : artist information and correspondence

Series consists of four subseries, which document the participants and applicants in “Action Poetry ‘94”. The series includes collected materials such as artist biographies, artist contracts and resumes. In addition, the series includes correspondence between John Sobol and the many artists considered for the program.

Action Poetry : event planning and research

Series consists of three files containing background research material collected by Program Director John Sobol. Some documents detail out of town poetry events, accumulated relevant newspaper clippings, travel information, and miscellaneous research notes. Collected items are from poetry events in Vancouver, Toronto, New York, and Oregon.

Action Poetry : event information

Series consists of two subseries, which contain materials relating to the actual events that made up Action Poetry ’94. The records in this series consist of scheduling information, programs, and promotional materials for Action Poetry ’94, including posters. Series also includes information regarding the Nat Christie Poetry Day at various Calgary schools, and subsequent Nat Christie Poetry Jam at the Uptown Stage and Screen.

Action Poetry video recordings

Series consists of edited video recordings of performances by Action Poetry participants at the Ground Round Theatre in the Banff Centre's Theatre Complex.

Action Poetry audio recordings

Series consists of audio recordings of performances held as part of Action Poetry ‘94, as well as some studio recordings, remixes of performances, and cue sheets.

Aboriginal Film and Video Art Alliance files

The Aboriginal Film and Video Art Alliance (formerly known as the First Nations Film Makers Alliance) was established in April 1991 in Edmonton at a gathering of artists. Its mission was to enhance, promote, and preserve First Nation's culture through the production and distribution of film and video. In 1993, it formed a partnership with The Banff Centre to establish and develop the Aboriginal Arts program within the principles, values and traditions of Aboriginal self-government. From 1993 to 1998, the AFVAA and The Banff Centre collaborated on a number of projects together; some of the projects included the Self-Government Public Service Announcement videos, From Drum Beats to Drum Bytes Symposium, the TruthSayers seminar, and the Winter Village festivals.

The AFVAA was dissolved on March 14, 1998 and replaced by a new body called the Aboriginal Arts Advisory Council. The new Council was deemed more representative of the discipline of programs established by the Aboriginal Arts program at The Banff Centre, which included music, dance, film and video, visual arts, and writing and publishing. The new Council also adopted the principles of self-government.

Series consists of four subseries: AFVAA Annuals (AB1a.), AFVAA Projects (AB1b.), AFVAA Grants (AB1c.) and AFVAA video recordings (AB1d.).

Indigenous Arts Program promotion and publicity files

Series includes records such as marketing plans, media releases, press kits, marketing outreach activities, press articles, flyers, and event programs and posters associated with the Indigenous Arts Program.

Series consists of five subseries: Aboriginal Women's Voices Program Promotion and Publicity Files (AB3a.), Indigenous Choreography and Dance Residency Program Promotion and Publicity Files (AB3b.), An Aboriginal Journey with Brecht...A Theatre Workshop Promotion and Publicity Files (AB3c.), Writing for Series Television: A Screenwriting Workshop for Aboriginal Storytellers Promotion and Publicity Files (AB3d.), and Diverse As This Land Promotion and Publicity Files (AB3e.).

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