Annual Report, 1998, Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust

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1998

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The 1998 Annual Report includes board members for 1997/98 as well as the officers of the Friends of the Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust and the Staff of the Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust; the Hawke's Bay Museum, Napier; and the Hawke's Bay exhibition Centre. There are two copies of this issue.

Contents include:
Chairman's Report by Harry Lawson
Executive Director's Report by Mark Clayton
Income Source Analysis
The Faraday Centre
Century Cinema & Theare
The Berry Library
Trust Collections
Museum Education Services
Acquisitions
Exhibition Programme at both Museum and Exhibition Centre
Volunteer Services
Financial Statements


Exhibition Programme includes:
Once Were Dinosaurs: fossil discoveries by Dr Joan Wiffen, CBE and the Hawke's Bay Palaeontological Group
Black Pohutukawa: artwork by Francis Jill Studd
Rangi Kui: mixed-media fibre art by Rangi Kui
Connections: jade jewellery by Sam Wilkinson and Ron Reichs
In Detail: artwork by Carole Shepheard
Magia Naturalis: cameras from the collection
My Family Treasure: school-based and discovery history project
Limited Edition: contemporary printmaking
Joel Philip Myers: glass artwork by Joel Philip Myers, toured by the Dowse Art Museum
The Pinhole Camera Show: photographic competition and show
Taking a Wider View: photographic panoramas by R P Moore
Panoramic Hawke's Bay: photographs of Hawke's Bay from 1920s and 1930s from the collection
Maningrida - The League of Weaving: contemporary Aboriginal fibre art from Arnhem Land, Australia, toured by the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
Site: sculpture by Louise Purvis
Passages and Postcards: weaving by Kelly Thompson, toured by the Bishop Suter Art Gallery
Pacific Island Craft: exhibition by the Cook Island community of Hastings
U.S. and US: embroidery from the United States, toured by the Association of New Zealand Embroiderers' Guild
Hawke's Bay Review
Raw, Rare and Well Done: artwork from EIT students, tutors and mentors
Ceramics by Chris Barham
Pacific Wave: 13 artists of Pacific Island descent
Ceramics by Gaeleen Morley
Gifts from the Paper Mulberry Tree: tapa from the collection
Art Works: artwork by Gerda Leenards, Allie Eagle and Matthew Browne
Water Water Everywhere: artwork on the concept of water in our culture
Heretaunga Ararau: sculptures by 5 local artists
Furniture by Peter Maclean
Stories from the Earthquake: photographs, oral histories and written memories from the collection
The Face of Deco: vanities and toiletries from the collection
Navigate: ceramics by Linda Bruce
Sparks: multi-media exhibition exploring the role and history of electricity, toured by Museum of Victoria, Australia
Whare Ra: profile of one of Chapman-Taylor's iconic buildings
Hawke's Bay Craft Review
Wood Turner's Art: artwork by Hawke's Bay Wood Turners
The Curate's Egg: miniatures from the collection, sculpted by Dr Norman Lesser
A Stitch in Time: Victorian patchwork and quilting from the collection
Recent Acquisitions: selection of acquisitions during the 1996-1997 year, highlighting Hawke's Bay stories
Robin Morrison, Photographer: photographs by Robin Morrison, toured by the Auckland Museum
There: survey of artwork by Caroline Williams, toured by the University of Melbourne
In Loving Memory: memorial jewellery from the collection
Picture Us Here: local photographers photographs of Hawke's Bay and its people
An Independent Man: paintings by Garth Tapper
The Men from Uncle: photographs by Margaret Dawson
Pills Potions and Prescriptions: history of pharmaceutical practices in New Zealand and Hawke's Bay
Man Salon Bleu: interactive exhibition by Suzie Gorodi
Paraire Tomoana: Tairawhiti Polytechnic tutors, students and Kahurangi Māori Dance Theatre celebrate the life of composer, writer, statesman and sportsman Paraire Tomoana
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Ink on paper
Measurements
Height x Width: 249 x 174mm
Subject period
Subject date
1997-1998
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Other number(s)
76695

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