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Art McKay fonds

  • Fonds
  • [193-?]

Fonds consists of childhood drawings created by Saskatchewan artist, Art McKay, ca. 1930s.

McKay, Art F., 1926-

Battlefords Allied Arts Council fonds

  • BAAC01
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1994

This fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, financial records, newspaper clippings, photographs and adverting materials (posters) pertaining to arts and culture in the Battlefords. Also included are exhibits, local artists and activities of the North Battleford Art Club, Battlefords Allied Arts Council, community players and other artists who exhibited or participated in the Saskatchewan Handicraft festivals.

Battlefords Allied Arts Council

Otto Rogers fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1953-1988, predominant

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers created by Saskatchewan artist Otto Rogers, (1953-1988). It includes a substantial series of Drawings and Sketches (1955-1976); Publications, including exhibition catalogues, publicity materials, and articles featuring Rogers and other artists (1954-1988); a diverse series of personal and professional correspondence with family, friends, galleries, art dealers, artists, and others (1953-1988); corporate and personal Financial Records (1983-1987); Newspaper Clippings (1954-1987); audio-visual materials (1959-1987), and Miscellaneous personal material. Correspondence, publicity notices, invitations, and publications relating to Rogers' involvement with the Bahai faith (1969-1988) are also present.

Rogers, Otto, 1935-

Russell Yuristy fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1947-1993

Fonds consists of personal and professional papers generated by artist and sculptor Russ Yuristy, 1947-1993. Although the fonds has been only partially processed, in general the records fall into the following series: Education (1947-1956, 1959, 1965); Personal (1955-1964, 1969-1993); Writing (1960-1971, 1984-1993); Work (1961-1993); Photographs ([1952], 1974-1980); Biographical Information (1972-1984); and Newspaper Clippings (1970-1993). The Work series is subdivided into three sub-series documenting Yuristy's career as a Teacher (1967-1971, 1987-1990), Artist (1961-1993), and Sculptor (1972-1993). Included are correspondence with educational institutions, art galleries, playground operators, Canada Council and other granting agencies, exhibition catalogues, posters and invitations, newspaper clippings, drawings, notes, sketches, plans, and sales records. The fonds also contains personal correspondence with family and friends, legal documents and correspondence, articles, and stories written by Yuristy, and photos of Yuristy and his playground sculptures. 85-38, 90-38 and 93-44 contain personal papers, correspondence with galleries and Canada Council, various drawings and sketches by Yuristy and publications about Yuristy. 90-38 also contains 58 photographs falling into two series: Playground Sculptures; and Personal photographs from Goodeve. 90-38 also contains 2 playground blueprints.

Yuristy, Russell, 1936-