Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Poster advertising a New Zealand tour by Australian rock band The Go-Betweens. Includes a black & white photograph of the band. Also includes the text: 'Christchurch DB Gladstone Weds 19th March, Dunedin Sammy's Thurs 20th March, Wgton Flying Kiwi Ballroom (Ex-Uncle Alberts) Fri 21st March, Auckland Gluepot Sat 22nd March'. Also includes the logo of True Tone.
Poster advertising a series of concerts by New Zealand pianist Mike Nock. Includes a black & white image of Mike Nock. Also includes the texts: '1 performance with jazz quartet - Thursday July 29 8.00PM, 2 Solo piano performance - Friday July 30 8.00PM, 3 Performance with Limbs Dance Company - Saturday July 31 8.00PM. "Brace yourselves. This man is sinfully musical." Stereo Review (US). Bookings at The Corner. With the assistance of the Queen Elizabeth Arts Council'.
Poster advertising a tour by English rock band New Order. Includes images of people dancing in a line. Also includes the texts: 'Special Guest: John Cooper Clarke. Tickets on sale now. Edward Zimblis & Syndicate Pty. Ltd.'
Poster advertising a tour of New Ticket. Includes a drawing of two human-like figures with animal legs, and an eye in the centre of a bullseye. Also includes the texts: 'Foot-stomping, floor-shaking rock. Dunedin Fri, 1 June. Ch.Ch. Sat 2 June. Well Tues 5. Palm.N. Wed 6. Hamilton Thurs 7. Auck Sunday 10.' Also includes the signature: C. Grosz.
Poster advertsing a series of anniversary celebration performances by the New Zealand Ballet. Includes a black & white watercolour drawing of a man and a woman dancing. Also including the texts: 'St James Theatre, Wellington, 1st-12th October - Bookings, Regent Centre. His Majestys Theatre, Auckland 18th-29th October - Bookings, The Corner. National Sponsor - Brierley Investments Limited.' Also includes the name: 'F Markham .R'.
Orientation Festival '87: Champagne Breakfast at Shadows, Thursday 5th March, 8.00am with The Heptocrats., 1987-03-05/1987-03-06
Poster advertising a Champagne Breakfast and a Jazz Picnic in Auckland as part of the AUSA 1987 Orientation Festival. Includes a stylised image of a bottle of wine labelled Glengarry. Also includes the texts: 'Jazz Picnic: Symonds St Gardens (behind University Bookshop) Friday 6th March 12.30 with Hattie and the Hounds. Courtesy of Glengarry. Both events $10, or $6 with Orientation Festival '87 Discount Card. Book at Maidment Booking Office'.
Poster advertising PhotoForum. Includes a reproduction of a photograph of a Maori wedding in Picton. Also includes the texts: 'Photograph by William or Fredrick Tyree: Maori Wedding, Waikawa Pa, Picton, c.1895. Courtesy Nelson Provincial Museum, Nelson. Poster published by Photo-Forum Inc., P.O. Box 10-163, Auckland 4, New Zealand. Photo-Forum., 1977'.
Poster advertising PhotoForum. Includes a reproduction of a photograph of Wetere Te Rerenga, his wife and son by Alfred H. Burton. The photograph includes the number 3621, and the name 'Burton Bros. Dunedin'. Also includes the texts: 'Photograph by Alfred H. Burton: 'Wetere Te Rerenga, Wife and Son, Whare-Komiti, Haurehuka, King Country', 1885. Courtesy National Museum, Wellington. Published by Photo-Forum Inc., P.O. Box 10-163, Auckland 4, New Zealand. Photo-Forum., 1979'.
Poster advertising a 1982 feminist arts festival in Auckland. Includes a black & white photograph of a woman with her fingers on her temples. Also includes the texts: '1982 June 12-19, Maidment Theatre, Auckland University. Ph 30 789. Films/Music/Poetry/Theatre/Video/Performance. Photograph by Rhonda Bosworth.'
Poster advertising the Australian film 'Pure S' touring New Zealand campuses. Includes green & white images from the film. Also includes a detailed description of the film, quotes taken from various magazine reviews, and a list of sceening times and places. Also includes the texts: 'Restricted to registered tertiary students eighteen years and over. Censors warning: Some people may be offended by the use of language in this film.'
Poster advertising the Auckland radio station Radio B. Includes a drawing of white birds and musical notation flying out of a record. Also includes the texts: 'Brought to you exclusively by Auckland Savings Bank, you Trusteebank, your community bank'.
Red Mole Enterprises presents Lord Galaxy's Travelling Players, Maidment Theatre March 25-29., [19??]-03-25/[19??]-03-29
Poster advertising a series of Auckland performances by New Zealand theatrical company Red Mole. Includes a black & white pen drawing of a woman on an underground street. Also includes the name Steve Osborne.
Poster advertising New Zealand rhythm & blues band Rick Bryant and the Jive Bombers. Also includes the texts: The big sound of the soul symphony! Jive Bombers: P.O. Box 68-594, Auckland. Publicity: Brian Sweeney, P.O. Box 19016, Wellington. Poster design: Jane Marie Hodgson. Logo by Sam Ford. Smirnoff. Just Juice'.
Poster advertising two Auckland concerts by New Zealand rock bands Six Volts and Putty in Her Hands. Includes a black and white photograph of the band, with a pink crown drawn on Janet Roddick's head. Also includes a drawing of feet and legs, some of which have photographs of men's faces superimposed on them. Also includes the texts: 'With the assistance of the QEII Arts Council. Photo David Gurr, Poster design Anthony Donaldson'.
Poster advertising a 1987 Orientation tour by New Zealand rock bands Sneaky Feelings and The Verlaines. Includes a drawing of a mountain range, stars and the moon. A compass is floating above the mountain range. Also includes the texts: ' Auckland - Galaxy Fri 27 Feb, Waikato University Mon 2 Mar, Massey University Tues 3 Mar, Victoria University Wed 4 Mar, Otago University Fri 6 Mar, Canterbury Sat 7 Mar. Thanks to N.Z.S.A.C.'
Songs and Stories from The Front Lawn with Don McGlashan + Harry Sinclair, Winter Tour 1985., 1985-07-05/1985-08-03
Double-sided poster advertising a 1985 tour by New Zealand rock band The Front Lawn. The front side includes a drawing of two men's heads and an electric guitar on grass. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of the QEII Arts Council'. The reverse side includes a description of the band, the performers and the show, along with a list of dates, times and venues of performances (including: Fortune Theatre Studio, State Trinity Theatre, CafÃ© Pacific, Fez, at the Southern Cross)