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[Performance] : poetry at the VAG [Vancouver Art Gallery]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a poetry reading in recognition of the Canada Council's tenth annual National Book Week celebration at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The event was emceed by Jay Riera and all of the participating poets were members of the Canadian Poetry Association, Vancouver. Poets include: Franci Louann [Frances Luanne Workman], Jean Mallinson, Katie Eliot, Michael Bullock, Andrew Perkin, John Patrick and Peter Giesbrecht.

World In The City - roll [II]

Film features the raw footage shot at Expo 86 showing the monorail, the gondolas, ships in harbour, the Expo 86 grounds and pavilions, First nations dancers, aerial views, girl with red spherical travel machine, the USA pavilion with NASA footage, the China pavilion, animals in Canada's North: walruses, polar bears, the arctic fox, a model of a city with moving traffic and working traffic lights. Silent film.

Water Street scene, looking west

Item part is a photograph of a sidewalk on Water Street looking west down Water Street. On the right the part of the facade and awnings of Brother Jon's Restaurant (1 Water Street), signage for the Gastown Wax Museum (21 Water Street), and the building of the Old Spaghetti Factory (53 Water Street) are visible along the sidewalk. Across the street, in the left of the photo, signage for the Town Pump restaurant and cabaret (66 Water Street) and the Dominion Hotel (210 Abbot Street) are visible.

Water Street scene

Item part is a photograph of a section of Water Street. Pedestrians are visible on the sidewalk of both sides of the street, and traffic drives up the middle of Water Street. Storefronts and signage for various establishments are visible on both sides of the street. On the right the Old Spaghetti Factory (53 Water Street), the Gastown Wax Museum (21 Water Street), Design 21 (21 Water Street), and the Kego Club (21 Water Street) are visible. The Town Pump restaurant and cabaret (66 Water Street) and Mind's Eye photographic gallery and bookstore (52 Water Street) are visible on the right. The Hotel Europe (43 Powell Street, at Alexander) is visible in the background across Maple Tree Square.

Water Street from Maple Tree Square

Item part is a photograph of Water Street looking west from Maple Tree Square. Storefronts and signage belonging to Bootlegger (2 Water Street) and The Garage shops (12 Water Street) are visible on the south side of the street (left), and Brother Jon's Restaurant (1 Water Street), Gastown Wax Museum (21 Water Street), Kego Club (21 Water Street), and Old Spaghetti Factory (53 Water Street) are visible on the north side of the street (right).

Vanguard : October 1983

Contents: "The First Fifty Years - The Vancouver Art Gallery 1931-1983," "From Courthouse to Gallery - Putting Art in its Place," " Hotrod and Cabbages - The Homely Surrealism of Gathie Falk," "Painting the Streets - Vancouver Art Now," "Gallery Listings."

Vancouver Planetarium

Item is photograph showing an aerial view of the Vancouver Museum and Planetarium. The Crystal Pool can be seen across the water (at the foot of Nicola Street, extending to the water's edge) and the Kensington Place apartment building (with the red roof) behind it.

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