Fonds - University of Regina Dept of Visual Arts fonds

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University of Regina Dept of Visual Arts fonds

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  • 1951-1979 (Creation)

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1.25 m of textual records
35 photographs : b&w ; 25 x 21 cm and smaller.

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The School of Art was established at Regina College in 1912. Mandate: The Dept is responsible for administering educational programs in the visual arts such as painting, sculpture, ceramics and art history. Administrative relationships: The School of Art was administered by the School of Fine Arts from 1936 to 1969 when the name changed to the Division of Fine Arts. In 1977 the Division of Fine Arts became the College of Fine Arts and in 1990 became the Faculty of Fine Arts. Names of the corporate bodies: In 1969 the School of Art became the Department of Visual Arts. Names of chief officers: Director of the School of Art: Ken Lochhead (1950-64), Art McKay (1965-66), Doug Morton (1968-71). Dean of Arts: Sir G. Edgar Vaughan (1969-74), R.R. Robinson (1974-75). Associate Dean of Fine Arts: R. Petrini Di Pistoja (1975-76), M.R. Scholar (1976-80).

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Fonds consist of administrative papers (89-5 and 90-56), student records (89-5) and papers relating to the Emma Lake Artists' Workshops (89-5 and 90-56). 89-5 includes administrative papers from the Dept of Drama. 89-5 contains 31 photographs: b & w; 25 x 21 cm and smaller. 90-56 contains 4 photographs: b & w; 25 x 21 cm and smaller.

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Original order not deemed useable (89-5). Original order maintained (90-56).

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89-5 contains student records which are confidential.

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