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Focus on Australia
BPPC23 · Stuk · 1995
Part of Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for the Dalhousie Art Gallery’s exhibition, Focus on Australia, from March 5 to May 7, 1995. Poster includes information on events and exhibition, as well as a photograph of Lenny Jones Kngwarreye’s piece entitled ‘Grass Seed,’ from the Utopia Body Paint Collective.

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Little brother of the sea
BPPC45 · Stuk · 1992
Part of Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for Karen Lynn Allaben-Confer’s art exhibition. Poster includes locations for the exhibition’s tour, including the Montshire Museum of Science, QLF/Atlantic Center for the Environment, Zoomerica North American Wildlife Park, and the Institute of Ecosystem Studies. Text surrounds Confer’s drawing of puffins on a rock by a tree.

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1985 Calendar
BPPC189 · Stuk · 1985
Part of Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Calendar with excerpts of Yuan dynasty poems alongside Yuan dynasty-style paintings. Published by Zhejiang People’s Fine Arts Publishing House.

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Halifax in Calderdale
BPPC14 · Stuk · 1984
Part of Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster depicting buildings in Halifax, United Kingdom by Peter Crowther. Published by the Calderdale Amenities and Recreation Department and Edward Mortimer Ltd.

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Femmes : images, modèles
BPPC92 · Stuk · 1984
Part of Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for a conference from November 9-11, 1984 held by the Institut canadien de recherches pour l’avancement de la femme/Canadian Research Institute on the Advancement of Women, with discussions on women as images and role models at Université de Québec a Montréal (UQAM). Poster design by Carole Breton, features a graphic of a woman against a pink collage background of other women.

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BPPC59 · Stuk · 1984
Part of Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster with a schedule of art events occurring in Halifax in 1984. Includes events at the Dalhousie Art Gallery, Centre for Art Tapes, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, the Black Cultural Centre, and Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery. Features photograph entitled ‘Kitty Tatch cavorts with a friend high above Yosemite Valley in 1900,’ courtesy of National Park Service, Yosemite National Park. Project assistance is provided by the Nova Scotia Department of Culture, Recreation and Fitness.

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