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Exhibitions -- New Zealand

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: none

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Books on the Move., 1981-06-20/1981-07-22

 Item — Poster 546: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90546
Scope and Contents note Double-sided poster advertising a 1981 touring exhibition books from the Federal Republic of Germany. The front side includes a drawing of a person shown from the waist down holding a very large book. The reverse side includes a description of the exhibition and a list of dates, times and venues (including Concert Chamber Wellington Town Hall and Auckland Museum). Also includes the texts: 'A. International Exchange: 1. Australia / New Zealand / Oceania, 2. The Federal Republic of Germany /...
Dates: 1981-06-20/1981-07-22

Contemporary prints from american universities: Now touring N.Z. campuses.

 Item — Poster 484: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90484
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a touring exhibition of contemporary American prints. Includes a reproduction of a print of a series of lipstick kisses.

Dates: 1977 - 1992

Film Archive

Identifier: clels4
Summary of contents A collection of correspondence, typed script and a New Zealand box office report from 1963. Some correspondence is between LC and David Turnbull concerning copies of Napier theatre programmes [See ‘Napier’ folder]. The other correspondence is primarily concerning LC’s participation in an exhibition at ‘The Film Centre’ titled ‘Kissing Babies: 60 Years of Spin’. The exhibition documents the history of New Zealand Politicians’ relationship with the media. All documents are dated from 1999,...
Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Hawaiki-Nui 1973-1986 na Matahi Whakataka-Brightwell, 1973 - 1986

 Item — Poster 149: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90149
Scope and Contents note

Poster advertising a touring exhibition about the Hawaiki-nui waka, by Matahi Whakataka-Brightwell. Includes a series of wavy blue lines indicating water. Also includes the text: 'A touring exhibition documenting the genesis, construction and journey of the Hawaiki-Nui canoe from Tahiti to Motiti, Mount Maunganui. With the assistance of the Council for Maori and South Pacific Arts'.

dc:language: en

dc:language: mao

Dates: 1973 - 1986

'Mana Tiriti', April 14 - June 17, 1990

Identifier: dlpc00211
Scope and Contents

Laminated colour poster advertising an exhibition at the Wellington City Art Gallery entitled: 'Mana Tiriti, maori and pakeha artists respond to the treaty of waitangi'. Includes a painting of two heads (one Maori, one Pakeha) either side of a page from the Treaty. Names of artists are painted around the neck and shoulders of the heads. Text at the bottom of the poster states: 'Wellington City Art Gallery, April 14 - June 17 1990' plus address and time details and sponsor names.

Dates: April 14 - June 17, 1990

Tobacco Advt.

Identifier: clels4
Scope and Contents

A collection of copyright act amendments, newspaper clippings, correspondence and a proposal by Sarah Thompson for an exhibition on tobacco advertising named 'Sinister Icons'. Included in the proposal are photocopies of the adverts that Thompson wanted to exhibit, many of which were sourced from the Les Cleveland collection. The exhibition was never realised. The publication date range is c. 1896-2004 and the subject matter is largely within this range too.

Dates: Collection covers ca 1960-2010

Walking the Line Exhibition, 1979/06/27

 Item — Poster 151: Series NZSAS03
Identifier: NZSA90151
Scope and Contents note Double-sided poster advertising a touring exhibition by three young Auckland artists. The front side includes a print of a red animal with a human head, signed by S.G. [Sally Griffin]. The reverse side includes paragraphs by each of the three artists discussing their work, along with the prices of the works. Also includes the text : 'Works by 3 young Auckland artists toured by the New Zealand Students' Arts Council (Inc.) These works are available for sale (unframed) through: The Exhibitions...
Dates: 1979/06/27