Scrapbook of the Society for the Furtherance of BC Indian Arts and Crafts

Title

Scrapbook of the Society for the Furtherance of BC Indian Arts and Crafts

Subject

News clippings

Description

A scrapbook that contains a variety of news clippings, photographs, and drawings that demonstrate the social impact that the British Columbia Indian Arts and Crafts Welfare Society (previously known as the Society for the Furtherance of BC Indian Arts and Crafts) had in their quest to encourage and enable arts-based education initiatives in the province's Indian Residential Schools, between 1939 and 1941.

Creator

The Society for the Furtherance of B.C. Indian Arts and Crafts

Source

Royal BC Museum, BC Archives (F/I/R19)

Date

1939-1941

Text

Table of Contents

 

(1) Indian Art. “The Catholic League”. May 1939

(2) Formation of Society for the Furtherance of B.C? Indian Art.

(3) 1st Exhibition in Victoria of Sis-hu-lk’s work

(4) Press Notices of above. June 1940.

(5) "Inkameep wins 1st Oskenonton Cup. May 1940" 
"Indian Artist's Work to be Shown Here" 
"Inkameep is a Monument to One Man."

(6) Exhibit of School art at Penticton.

(7) Press notices re Sis-hu-lk and Johnnie Stalkis.

(8) Inkameep Christmas cards, 1940.

(9) Inkameep School acting, etc.

(10) Exhibition of Ottawa Charts in Victoria, 1941.

(11) Inkameep children act Legends at Victoria. 1941.

(12) Exhibition of B.C. Indian Art at Vancouver Art Gallery, July 1941.

(13) Various “cuttings”; also A.W. at Summer School at Victoria, July, 1942.

(14) Various “cuttings” dealing with B.C. Indians.

(15) Inkameep winners at London School Exhibit, 1941. Various cuttings.

(16) “Canadians All” A.R. B.C Teacher, Jan, 1942

(17) Sis-hu-lk’s exhibit at Calgary, November, 1941

(18) References to Sis-hu-lk.

(19) Photographs of Sis-hu-lk. 1940.

(20) “Tale of Nativity,” in B.C. Historical Quarterly, Review. Jan, 1941.

(21) “Tale of Nativity,” in “The School,” Review. Dec, 1940.

(22) Broadcast Inkameep Songs. Adoption of Indians of Family Names, etc.

(23) The Lipsett Collection of BC. Indian Art. Gifts to City of Vancouver.

(24) 1st Exhibition of Indian School paintings, etc. Provincial Museum, Victoria, May 1942.

(25) [blank]

(26) Press Notices, “Tale of the Nativity,” 1940

(27) [same]

(28) "Thompson Indian Children Record Ancient Myths" 
"Meet Mr. Coyote"

(29) "Meet Mr. Coyote Splendid Example of Indian Boys' Art" 
"Delightful Booklet" 
"Indian Legends Booklets Fill Xmas Gift Need" 
"Lytton Indian School Booklet Published"

(30) Drawings, “Mr Coyote”

(31) [same]

(32) Anthony Walsh, “One Man Show”

(33) [same]

(34) Thompson Indian Boys Christmas Story of Nativity.

(35) [same]

(36) Anthony Walsh’s work at Inkameep.

(37) [same]

(38) Program & Exhibition of Indian Arts, Paintings, Dances, Drama at Osoyoos, March 1942

(39) [same]

(40) “Native Arts and Crafts,” A.E. Pickford, 1941.

(41) [same]

(42) B.C. Thunder-bird Park, Victoria. Liut Emmons Anniversary.

(43) Indian Village at Kingscomb, August, 1942. West Coast Totem Poles.

(44) Indian Place Names, L’B. Robinson

(45) [same]

(46) “Meet Mr. Coyote” B.C. Historical Quarterly Review. A.E. Pickford, Jan. 1942.

Files

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Citation

The Society for the Furtherance of B.C. Indian Arts and Crafts, “Scrapbook of the Society for the Furtherance of BC Indian Arts and Crafts,” The Story is More than Itself, accessed September 19, 2017, http://thestoryismorethanitself.omeka.net/items/show/16.