Fonds 431 Beaverlodge Cultural Centre fonds

Beaverlodge Cultural Centre fonds. — 1992. — 6 video recordings.


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Planning for the Beaverlodge Cultural Centre began in 1989 when a group formed under the leadership of Doris McFarlane to preserve the old Beaverlodge Hospital (built 1937-1938) and turn it into a cultural centre. By 1990 they had raised enough money to have the building moved and placed on a new basement. After extensive renovations, the Cultural Centre was officially opened in September 1992. The building now houses classroom and workroom space, an art gallery, a gift shop, and a tea room.

Custodial History

The records were donated to the South Peace Regional Archives by Doris McFarlane on behalf of the Beaverlodge Cultural Centre, in 2010.

Scope and Content

Six hi-8 original videotapes of artist Euphemia McNaught instucting 6 beginner art classes in Beaverlodge between September and November, 1992. Christina Grant is the videographer.

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Series 431.01Projects
Series 431.01Projects. — 1992. — 6 video recordings.The series consists of six hi-8 original videotapes of artist Euphemia McNaught instucting 6 beginner art classes in Beaverlodge between Sept. and November, 1992. Christina Grant is the videographer.
 
Euphemia McNaught Art Classes, 1992
6 Video Cassettes
Six hi-8 original videotapes of artist Euphemia McNaught instucting 6 beginner art classes in Beaverlodge between Sept. and November, 1992. Christina Grant is the videographer.
Location: 0431.01.01-.06
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