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Image No: M-9375-144-3

Title: Mr. Hunt, neighbour of Dandelion Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1975

Remarks: Dandelion Gallery was an artist-run centre that operated from 1975-1978. Mr. Hunt lived in an old Hudson's Bay Company house, which is now in Fort Calgary Park. Pictured with his German Shepherds.

Subject(s): Dogs / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Living rooms

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Image No: M-9375-144-1

Title: The Dandelion Rag, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: November 1975

Remarks: Published by the Dandelion Gallery, November 17, 1975. Dandelion Gallery frequently published The Dandelion Rag, detailing arts related events around Calgary.

Subject(s): Art centres

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Image No: M-9375-144-2

Title: Poster for paintings exhibition at The Dandelion Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1976

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: The paintings exhibition at The Dandelion Gallery featured work by Cayetano Ferreira, Victor Arcega and Paul Shykora. It was featured at The Dandelion Gallery from September 14 to September 26, 1976.

Subject(s): Art centres / Art - Exhibitions

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Image No: M-9375-52-1

Title: Illustration from Off Centre Centre's Cookartbook, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1985

Photographer/Illustrator: Mabie, Don / Stake, Chuck

Remarks: Off Centre Centre (formerly Clouds 'n' Water, later The New Gallery) published a cookbook filled with recipes and illustrations from local artist. The illustration featured was made by Don Mabie, also known as Chuck Stake.

Subject(s): Art centres / Art

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Image No: PA-3848-1

Title: Don Mabie and Sandra Vida, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1987]

Remarks: Don Mabie (also known as Chuck Stake) and Sandra Vida (formerly Tivy) at The New Gallery, formerly Off Centre Centre, formerly Clouds 'n' Water.

Subject(s): Art centres / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: PA-3848-29

Title: Exhibition space at The New Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1987-1995

Remarks: The photo was taken at The New Gallery's 11th Avenue location, which they occupied from 1987 to 1995. The exhibit shown is unidentified.

Subject(s): Art centres / Art

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Image No: PA-3848-51

Title: Sandra Vida outside of The New Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1987]

Remarks: The New Gallery occupied its 11th Avenue location from 1987-1995. Shown here before renovation, it was also occupied by Paul Kuhn Fine Arts and Stride Gallery. Sandra Vida (formerly Tivy) is seen walking outside.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Art centres

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Image No: M-9375-24-1

Title: Exhibition flyer for David Clark's "Rapid Eye Movements", Calgary, Alberta

Date: 1987

Remarks: David Clark's exhibit was shown from October 7-25, 1987 at The New Gallery, formerly Off Centre Centre, formerly Clouds 'n' Water.

Subject(s): Art centres

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Image No: M-9375-25-1

Title: "Bound to be Tongue-Tied: Gagging on Gender" exhibition poster, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1994

Remarks: "Bound to be Tongue-Tied: Gagging on Gender" was the third and final part of The New Gallery's (formerly Off Centre Centre, formerly Clouds 'n' Water) forum on gender.

Subject(s): Art centres / Art - Exhibitions

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Image No: M-9375-25-2

Title: "The Audiles" exhibition poster, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1995

Remarks: "The Audiles" was exhibited at The New Gallery, formerly Off Centre Centre, formerly Clouds 'n' Water from December 11-14, 1995.

Subject(s): Art centres / Art - Exhibitions

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