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Sculptors' Society of British Columbia fonds Art--Exhibitions Video With digital objects
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Big Saw - Opening [Preparations]

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of opening day set up, stones being worked on with hand and electric tools and a diamond saw, the Rubin Landers' Jazz Group playing on an earthen mound, and crowds viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Michael Prentice.

Crane - Rock and Chandlers

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of cranes lifting unfinished stones at the symposium site and later into a building with "1 Chandlers Lane" written over the doorway. Artists believed to be featured include Mathias Hietz, Wolfgang Kubach, and Jiro Sagawara.

Crane Moving Marble

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of cranes lifting unfinished stones. Artists believed to be featured include Mathias Hietz, Wolfgang Kubach, and Jiro Sugawara.

Stone Sculpture Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of artists working on sculptures using hand and power tools, as well as footage of people viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Michael Prentice, Jiro Sagawara, Mathias Hietz, and Hiromi Akiyama. The sculptures being worked on include: Horizontal Column (by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen) and Landscape 75 (by Jiro Sugwara).

Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of the unfinished "Landscape 75" by Jiro Sugawara being moved by a crane, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen sanding "Horizontal Column," and children chipping at stones. Artists believed to be featured include Jiro Sugawara forging metal bars, and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen.

Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film opens with footage of the film box and goes on to show artists working on sculptures using hand and power tools, as well as footage of people viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Piqtoukun (David Ruben), and Jiro Sugawara. Sculptures featured are "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, "Landscape 75" by Jiro Sugawara, and "Observing Your Society" by Piqtoukun (David Ruben).

Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film begins with footage of a film box with the number 3 written on it (it is not the same box this film was housed in when donated). Further footage shows artists working on sculptures using hand tools, as well as footage of people talking. Artists believed to be featured include Michael Prentice and Adolf Ryszka. Sculptures pictured are "Guardian" by Mathias Hietz, "Woman" by Kiyoshi Takahashi, "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, "Earth, Air and Sea" by Joan D. Gambioli, and "For the Botanical Garden" by Hiromi Akiyama.

Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of artists working on sculptures using hand and power tools, as well as footage of people viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Michael Prentice, Piqtoukun (David Ruben), and Hiromi Akiyama. Scultpures featured are "Developing Form" by Michael Prentice, "For the Botanical Garden" by Hiromi Akiyama, "Woman" by Kiyoshi Takahashi, "Guardian" by Mathias Hietz, and "Travertine" by Dvaid Marshall.

Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of artists working on sculptures using hand and power tools, as well as footage of people viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Piqtoukun (David Ruben), Adolf Ryszka, Kiyoshi Takahashi, Hiromi Akiyama. Sculptures featured are "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, "Observing Your Society" by Piqtoukun (David Ruben), and "For the Botanical Garden" by Hiromi Akiyama.

Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of Hiromi Akiyama and Michael Prentice working on their sculptures "For the Botanical Garden" and "Developing Form" using hand tools.

Stone Symposium - Sympos[ium] Crane

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of Canadian Reserve soldiers helping move sculptures using a crane, as well as footage of people photographing and filming the process. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Jiro Sugawara, Joan D. Gambioli, and Michael Prentice. The main sculpture being moved is "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen.

Stone Symposium - Sympos[ium] crane

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium. The film contains footage of Canadian Reserve soldiers helping move sculptures using a crane. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, and Michael Prentice. The main sculpture being moved is "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen.

Stone Symposium - Sympos[ium] crane

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of Canadian Reserve soldiers helping move sculptures using a crane, as well as footage of children watching the process. Artists believed to be featured include Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Jiro Sugawara, David Marshall, Mathias Hietz, and Adolf Ryszka. The main sculpture being moved is "Travertine Sculpture 75" by David Marshall.

Stone Symposium - Symposium Crane

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of Canadian Reserve soldiers helping move sculptures using a crane, as well as footage of people photographing and filming the process. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, and Jiro Sugawara. The main sculpture being moved is "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen.

Stone Symposium - Viewed by DM [David Marshall]

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of people watching Michael Prentice work on his sculpture "Developing Form," and crowds walking around the unfinished sculptures including Hiromi Akiyama's "For the Botanical Garden" and Kiyoshi Takahashi's "Woman."

Stone Symposium Viewed By DM [David Marshall]

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of people viewing the unfinished sculptures, notably "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen. Artists believed to be featured include Michael Prentice polishing his sculpture "Developing Form."

Takahashi Carving

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of the Symposium grounds and Kiyoshi Takahashi using hand tools on his sculpture, "Woman."

VanDusen Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of the film box, and sculptors working on their sculptures with hand and electric tools. Artists believed to be featured include Michael Prentice, Hiromi Akiyama, and Mathias Heitz. Sculptures featured include "Developing Form" by Michael Prentice, "For the Botanical Garden" by Hiromi Akiyama, "Observing Your Society" by Piqtoukun (David Ruben), "Woman" by Kiyoshi Takahashi, and "Guardian" by Mathias Hietz.

VanDusen Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of sculptors working on their sculptures with hand and electric tools. Artists believed to be featured include Hiromi Akiyama, Mathias Heitz, Adolf Ryszka, and Joan D. Gambioli. Sculptures featured include "Guardian" by Mathias Heitz, "For the Botanical Garden" by Hiromi Akiyama, "Earth, Air and Sea" by Joan D. Gambioli, and "Between" by Adolf Ryszka.

Van[couver] Int[ernational] Stone Symposium

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium. The film contains footage of artists working on sculptures using hand and power tools, as well as footage of people viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, Hiromi Akiyama and Michael Prentice.

Vancouver International Stone Symposium/SHOT

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium. The film contains footage of artists working on sculptures using hand and power tools, as well as footage of people viewing the artists at work. Artists believed to be featured include Adolf Ryszka, Mathias Hietz and Kiyoshi Takahashi.

[Vancouver International Stone Symposium - Sculptors Working]

Item is an amateur film documenting the 1975 Vancouver International Stone Symposium at VanDusen Gardens. The film contains footage of sculptors using hand and power tools to work on their sculptures. Artists believed to be featured include Wolfgang Kubach, Michael Prentice, and Hiromi Akiyama. Sculptures featured include "Woman" by Kiyoshi Takahashi, "Horizontal Column" by Wolfgang Kubach and Maria Kubach-Wilmsen, and "For the Botanical Garden" by Hiromi Akiyama.