Performing arts poster
Found in 144 Collections and/or Records:
Poster advertising a National Festival of Contemporary Arts in Wellington. Includes a drawing of a clown. Also includes small images of: playing cards, hats, stars, hands, a thistle, a rabbit and a clover. Also includes the texts: New Zealand's first National Festival of Contemporary Arts. Contact your nearest Students' Association for further information or write to: N.Z. Students Arts Council P.O. Box 9047 Wellington.'
Poster advertising 1982 Orientation Festival. Includes the words 'Orientation '82' repeated 28 times in lightning-bolt style writing. Also includes the text '$6.50 Tickets on sale Student Union foyer NOW (1 ticket gives YOU entry to ALL events!). Also includes an image of a circular piece of electronic equipment, along with the words: 'The brain of one of our mines. A4 Art'.
Poster advertising 1989 Orientation festival at Massey University. Includes cartoon drawing of various characters looking crazy. Also includes the text: 'Also thanks to...The National Bank of New Zealand Limited, The Carlton Hotel Cuba St, Palmerston North, Bank of New Zealand, Telecom Central'. Also includes the logos of DB Draught Beer, The National Bank and BNZ. Also includes the words: 'Chris Knox done this'.
Poster advertising a variety performance held at the Mercury Theatre in Auckland in 1981. Also includes the texts: 'Topp Twins, Limbs, Tim Shadbolt, Darien Takle, King Dimplecheek, Matthew Brown, Ivan Zagni, David Parkyn and others. To celebrate the opposition to the Springbok Tour 1981'.
Poster advertising the 1976 Adelaide Arts Festival. Includes a cartoon style drawing of a woman flying a strange musical contraption featuring horns and wings. The drawing is signed 'Petty'.
Poster advertising New Zealand juggler and magician Mr. Moon. Includes a silhoutte of a man juggling daggers beneath the moon and stars. Also includes the texts: 'Not just a load of balls. Magic, merriment, juggling wizardry. Fire eating, spectacular feats...entertainment for people of all ages. Mr. Moon, Box 2434, Christchurch, New Zealand. Poster design & finished art by: Shaun Waugh, Surface Active, Box 18-756, New Brighton'.
Are You Ready: Orientation festival '89, Fri Feb 24-Sat March 4, Victoria University., 1989-02-24/1989-03-04
Poster advertising a Students Associations Arts Circus. Includes a drawing of a clown holding a paintbrush. Also includes the texts: 'Students Associations from; Lincoln College, Teacher Trainees, Christchurch Polytechnic, University of Canterbury. With the support of the Southern Regional Arts Council and Bank of New Zealand'. Also includes the names Liz W. & Bruce F. and the BNZ logo.
Asia Pacific Festival and Composers Conference, Nov. 30 - Dec. 8, Wellington., [19??]-11-30/[19??]-12-08
Poster advertising New Zealand experimental musical group Avant Garage. Includes a drawing of a house, on which is written: 'Bop-de-soft-sale-of-bins. Artwork A.C.C. Ph. 768115'. Various pieces of musical notation are drawn around the poster.
Poster advertising a 1980 New Zealand tour by Australian dancers and comedians Bob & Nancy. Includes a blue photograph of Bob and Nancy performing on stage. Also includes the text: 'Presented by the New Zealand Students Arts Council'.
Poster advertising New Zealand record company and musical collective Braille Records/Music Collective. The poster is a body of text relating the history of the Braille Records/Music Collective, and discussing the upcoming 'Inside Out' tour.
Black and white poster for NZ pop/rock band Brazier's Legionnaires (aka The Legionnaires). Depicts stylized drawing of four band members under a night sky with palm trees. The dress of band members, architectural and environmental elements suggest a Middle Eastern setting.
Poster advertising New Zealand poet and musician Brian Potiki. Includes a black & white photograph of the poet and a young boy (son Tarawera) on a plastic tricycle.
dc:creator: Can [Firm]
Poster advertising the Can Opener Festival. Includes a drawing of a soft-drink can in a desert. Protruding from the can is a straw, and two stalks of bamboo, one of which has flags attached. Also includes the text: 'Can gratefully aknowledges [sic] the support of the Nthrn. Regional Arts Council'.
dc:publisher: Can [Firm]
Poster advertising a play by New Zealand playwright Cathy Downes. Includes a black and white photograph of a woman holding a book and speaking. Also includes the text: 'Devised and presented by Kathy Downes'.
Poster advertising a 1979 art festival in Auckland. Includes an abstract black & white drawing. Includes the text: 'April 23 - May 5 Auckland University, April 23 - May 12 The Arts Factory Douglas St., Ponsonby'
Poster advertising New Zealand poet David Eggleton. Includes a cartoon style drawing of a man on a stage speaking into a microphone. A fire extinguisher on the stage has the words 'Linton '84' written on the side of it.
Poster advertising a series of performances in Christchurch by comedy cabaret duo De Tease. Includes a black & white photograph of a man and a woman talking on telephones. Also includes the texts: 'Late Show. 11pm. A comedy cabaret duo'.
Poster advertising [a tour?] by Doris and the Thunderbirds. Includes a black & white drawing of the comic-book characters Batman & Robin, a close up photograph of a woman's face, and a black & white image of a man and woman dancing. Also includes the texts: 'Where are you now Batman? With the assistance of the NZ Railways'.
Poster advertising Earth Telephone. Includes sketches of people playing various instruments. Also includes the letters 'ET' repeated six times, and the text: 'Thanks to the N.Z. Students Arts Council. Copy with grey patches of colour.
Poster advertising Earth Telephone. Includes sketches of people playing various instruments. Also includes the letters 'ET' repeated six times, and the text: 'Thanks to the N.Z. Students Arts Council. Copy with red patches of colour.
Poster advertising the Easy Life Ragtime Revue.