Beaverlodge Cultural Centre fonds. — 1992. — 6 video recordings.
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.
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.
Table of Contents
|Series 431.01||Projects. — 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.|