Musicians -- New Zealand
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Poster advertising a touring show featuring Australian rock band Itambu and New Zealand musicians Spit Enz and Lindsay Marks. Also includes the texts: 'Featuring - From Australia supporting the Rolling Stones Itambu stars of Ngaruawahia and - just for you from Auckland Split Ends, Lindsay Marks. Thursday 1st March 8pm, Cafeteria of Auck University'.
Poster advertising a concert by women musicians. Also includes the text: 'With the assistance of QE2'.
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 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.
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.
Flying Kiwi Arts '86 (The New Zealanders Festival) Programme, March 15-23 1986., 1986-03-15/1986-03-23
Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand percussion group From Scratch. Includes an aerial photograph of the band performing on percussion instruments, including PVC piping. Also includes the text: 'A tour with the NZ New Zealand Students Arts Council with the support of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council. Photo: Wally Floyd.'
Poster advertising a concert by New Zealand percussion group From Scratch. Includes an aerial photograph of the band performing on percussion instruments, including PVC piping. Also includes the text: 'A tour with the NZ New Zealand Students Arts Council with the support of the Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council. Photo: Wally Floyd. 1.30pm, Great Hall, Christchurch Arts Centre'.
From Scratch: Rhythmworks: Union Hall, Victoria Uni, Monday Dec' 3rd 10pm, Tues to Friday Dec' 4-7, 9pm., -12-03/[198?]-12-07
Poster advertising From Scratch: Rhythmworks performance at Victoria University of Wellington Union Hall. Includes black & white image of the shadows of three musicians playing percussion instruments in a spotlight. Also includes the texts: '$6 + $5. Book at State Opera House. Door sales from 8pm. With the assistance of Wang Computer Ltd., Photography Glenn Jowitt Auckland'.
A collection of typed script, printed articles, correspondence, prints and a floppy disc. Includes biographical information on George Meek along with copies of some of his ballads, correspondence with Meek’s son and correspondence with the curator of the North Otago Museum. The correspondence all occurred in 1991-1992. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1881 (George Meeks’ birth year).
Contains the obituary for noted Wellington musician Don Richardson, and the unpublished memoir of ‘“Where are the Camels?”: A Dance Band Diary’ (undated) by Ken Avery. The only indicated publication date is 2008. The subject matter includes dates as far back as c. 1937.
Poster advertising a comedy show by New Zealand entertainers Neil Jones and Gregory Dwyer. Includes a photograph of Jones and Dwyer. Also includes the texts: 'Neil Jones, Gregory Dwyer. Comedy, Fire-eating, Clowning, Music, Juggling, Mime. With the assistance of New Zealand Students Arts Council.
Poster advertising musician Neil Jones. Includes a black & white photograph of the musician holding a guitar. Also includes the text: 'Photo: - Enri'.
Established to 'encourage, promote and develop the practice and appreciation of culture and the arts' within the student bodies of all tertiary educational institutions, the NZSAC records include minutes, documentation of activities, and posters. The records consist chiefly of the correspondence and other documentation related to the tours and similar activities, together with financial records and council minutes, and a set of the posters advertising tours.
Poster advertising a 1985 tour by New zealand musicians Sojourn. Includes a black & white image of the musicians holding a classical guitar and a dulcimer. Also includes the texts: 'Featuring hammered dulcimer & classical guitar. Sponsored by Wellington Arts Centre Trust, Kingsley Smith Music Shop Wellington. With the assistance of New Zealand Students Arts Council.
Poster advertising an Auckland concert by New Zealand musicians Tamburlaine and Lindsay Marks. Also includes the texts: 'Lindsay Marks, Helen, Friends, in concert Auckland University CafÃ©, 8pm, Friday, September 21, $1.00'.
Poster advertising New Zealand musician Taranaki Sol. Includes a photograph of the musician, along with an ashtray, a harmonica and a guitar plectrum. Also includes the texts: '"An Accomplished Musician" - Northern Advocate, "Madcap, Anarchic, Rustic Humour" - Waikato Times". Enquiries - Box 1072 Gisbourne'.