video recordings (physical artifacts)

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Company One Theatre Society fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR036
  • Fonds
  • 1971-1975

Fonds consists of records documenting the administrative and operational activities of the society including general business files, correspondence, financial records, personnel files, publicity, outreach and reviews, scripts, graphic records, audio and video tapes, scrapbooks and posters, and logbooks and notebooks.

Company One Theatre Society

Elders Council for Parks in British Columbia / EKOS Communications video history collection

  • CA UVICARCH AR447
  • Fonds
  • 2000; 2006-2008

Collection consists of video history interviews with park pioneers, as well as some events, created by EKOS Communications in partnership with the Elders Council for Parks of British Columbia [http://www.elderscouncilforparks.org] to commemorate the 100th anniversary of BC Parks in 2011.

The Elders Council is an independent society, whose members are retired parks system employees and conservation advocates who have dedicated a significant portion of their lives to parks and protected areas in BC. These interviews served as source material for the documentary BC Parks: Celebrating 100 Years of Recreation and Protection. [http://ekoscommunications.com/node/723]

EKOS Communications first launched in 2005 as ekostv.com with the goal of creating Canada's first independent new media channel. ekostv was re-envisioned in 2007 as EKOS Communications, Inc. which providing environmental education and communication services. Clients included Parks Canada, BC Parks, Natural Resources Canada, Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, Metro Vancouver, and Union of BC Municipalities. EKOS Communications™ services included project management, video production, audio production, web design and development, community animation, group process and facilitation, research and writing, communications strategy, communications consultation, environmental education, curriculum design, development and evaluation.

In December 2010, EKOS Communications Inc. dissolved and was re-formed as EKOS Communications under the sole proprietorship of creator, president and executive producer Rick Searle. As of April 2011, other chief officers of EKOS Communications included Creative Director/Writer Starr Munro, Editor/Shooter Richard Fulop, and Webmaster Prarie Blake. EKOS Communications™ stated mission is "to assist with the rapid advancement of ecological literacy and sustainability through environmental education and communication; Combining video, audio, animation, and print with new media innovations, EKOS Communications connects people more deeply with each other to work together for the betterment of the planet."

Standard questions were used in most of the interviews and included dates of employment/association with BC Parks, parks worked in, greatest challenges, accomplishments and regrets, lessons learned, hopes for provincial park system today and mentors.

Interviewers included Rick Searle. Interviewees: Bob Ahrens, Victor Bopp, Bert Brink, Luc Campeau, Ric Careless, Jim Delikatny, Yorke Edwards, Ken Farquharson, Milt Goddard, Don Gough, Herb Green, Gordon MacDonald, Ed Mankelow, Ian McTaggart-Cowan, Tom Moore, Denis Gorman, David Stirling, Bob Williams and John Woodworth.

Face to Face Media fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC553
  • Fonds
  • 1980 - 1995

The fonds consists of film footage, correspondence, shooting records, transcripts, and related material for “Mind of A Child”, a documentary on Lorna Williams (UVic), Reuven Feuerstein, and mediated learning theory.

Face to Face Media

Father Charles Brandt fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC623
  • Fonds
  • 1960 - 2010

The fonds consists of approximately 35,800 digital and analogue photographs, and 90 digital videos. Subjects include landscapes, birds, Indigenous poles, plants, marine animals and fishing.

Brandt, Charles A.E.

Glenn Howarth fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR465
  • Fonds
  • 1966-2009

The fonds reflects Glenn Howarth’s interests and ideas on art and life, as well as his relationships with friends, family, students, patrons and galleries.

The fonds consists of unpublished novels and short stories, diaries and journals, notes, correspondence, photographs and negatives, sketchbooks, drawings, financial and personal documents, grant applications, teaching materials, newspaper clippings, publications including exhibition catalogues and art journals, floppy discs, VHS tapes and various ephemera.

Correspondents include Garry Howarth, Tom Balloon, Janice Bailey, Laura Anderson Ho, Martin Honisch, Hazel French, the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, and the Canada Council.

The fonds has been arranged into six series: Personal papers, Art practice, Writings, Correspondence, Teaching, and Electronic and audio-visual materials.

Howarth, Glenn

Herbert Siebner fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR402
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1943-2010

Fonds reflects Siebner’s intellectual and philosophical interests and ideas on art and life; his interactions with galleries, friends, family and patrons; travels; involvement in the Limners; pre-publication work for his monographs and other books; promotion and sale of art; and public art commissions.
The fonds consists of personal writing and poetry, correspondence, sales lists, inventories, exhibition announcements, sketches, clippings, photographs, film and video, prints and drawings.

Siebner, Herbert, 1925-2003

Holiff family fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC510
  • Fonds
  • 1914 - 2015

The fonds consists of records relating to the personal and business lives of the Holiff family, in particular, Saul and Jonathan Holiff.

The records relating to Saul’s life date from 1914-2005 and include letters, notes, financial records, photographs, newspaper clippings, an oversize scrapbook, audio-visual recordings and publications that encompass Saul Holiff’s life, including years as an RCAF airman, salesman, entrepreneur, promoter, talent manager, columnist and television host, student of history, husband and father, in London Ontario, briefly in California, and later, British Columbia. The fonds documents Holiff’s early businesses in London as well as his entertainment management company, Volatile Attractions, his work and relationships with several Canadian and American music acts from 1956 to 1978, and most notably as manager to Johnny Cash from 1960 to 1973, amongst Cash’s most successful but personally challenging years. Correspondence between the Holiffs, Johnny Cash, June Carter and other members of the music business continues until 2005. Saul Holiff recorded an audio diary between circa 1967 and 1997 and these recordings provide an intimate look into his personal life, business and, importantly, his relationships with family and business associates, including, Johnny Cash.

The records relating to Jonathan Holiff primarily concern the research, preproduction, feature release of and promotion for My Father and the Man in Black, dating from 2006-2015, and consist of 2.85 Terabytes of born digital audio, video, and digitized textual, graphic, and audio visual files, as well as textual, graphic and published materials. Digital materials include items digitized from Saul Holiff’s portion of the Holiff Family fonds for the production of My Father and the Man in Black, commercially published print and music materials primarily concerning Johnny Cash, interviews, production administration records, video masters, commercial release retail DVDs, and promotional materials.

Holiff, Saul, 1925-2005

Pnina Granirer fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC626
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2020

The fonds consists of records produced by and about Pnina Granirer throughout her career as an artist and a writer. Ephemeral material include posters, cards, pamphlets, and brochures of exhibition invitations and advertisements of Granirer’s work. Granirer also accumulated published materials, such as magazines and books where her work was featured. Photographic and film records relate to Granirer’s exhibition openings and interviews. Textual records include interviews, artist statements, texts, and lectures, as well as guestbooks with exhibition visitors’ comments and letters. The fonds includes 18 notebooks with Granirer’s diaries and sketches. Correspondence records include financial documents and letters relating to exhibition donations, transactions, and sales. Entire published works about and by Granirer can be found at the University of Victoria Libraries catalogue. A flash drive of 2.58GB of materials includes biographical information, as well as PowerPoint slideshows of samples of Granirer’s artworks.

Granirer, Pnina, 1935-

Television Productions fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR159
  • Fonds
  • 1979-1994

The fonds consists of edited and unedited videocassettes; and textual material that includes UVTP history; daybooks, 1983-95, arranged by date; and subject files, 1983-92, arranged by date and subdivided by title of video. The subject files contain a variety of material for each video produced, which may include proposals, budget, correspondence, script, working notes, agreements, publicity and cheque requisitions.

University of Victoria (B.C.). Television Productions