Annual Report, 2001, Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust

Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust
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There are two copies of the 2001 Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust Annual Report. There are statistics and figures in most of the sections.

Contents include:
Chairman's Report by Cynthia Bowers
Executive Director's Report by Lynne Trafford
The Berry Library & Archive
Exhibitions at both the Hawke's Bay Museum and the Exhibition Centre
Outward touring exhibitions
Visitors and Retail
The Faraday Centre
Century Theatre and Cinema
Te Roopu
Audit Report
Staff lists of: the museum, the Faraday centre, the volunteers, archives, friends, trust board members, friends of the Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust and Te Roopu Kaiawhi Taonga
List of Donors & Sponsors

Exhibition Programme includes:
Joie de vire - Avis Higgs: textile design from the 1940s and 1950s
Rita Angus, Hawke's Bay: paintings by Rita Angus from 1950 to 1970
The Ends of the Earth: contemporary jewellery by Jane Dodd
Dust Cloak: fashion designer Marilyn Sainty and photographer Debra Smith
Edith Collier and the Women in her Circle: Wanganui artist Edith Collier, toured by the Sarjeant Gallery
Wendingen 1919: woodcuts by Dutch artists from the collection
Vessel Landscape Series: glasswork by Lyndsay Patterson
Recto Verso: artwork by Ralph Paine
Rita Angus and Leo Bensemann - The Cambridge Terrace Years: portraits by Rita Angus and Leo Bensemann from the 1930s
Te Kupenga a Te Huki: traditional and contemporary raranga / Māori weaving
Toihoukura: the re-opening of Nga Tukemata with multi-media artwork from Tairawhiti Polytechnic students
Nga Tukemata - Nga Taonga O Ngāti Kahungunu - The Re-awakening: Ngāti Kahungunu Taonga from the collection
Hawke's Bay Review
Wall to Wall: ceramics by John Parker
Family Treasures: primary school project exploring family history
Otago Landscapes: paintings by Grahame Sydney
All Things Considered: paper sculpture by Beth Price
Contemporary New Zealand Quilts: by 28 artists
Fulford Pots: the history of Fulford's pottery and brickworks
Eye Spy: EIT's visual and design graduates exhibition
Kahungunu ka moe...ka puta...: Kahungungu ancestral histroy history through Samuel Carnell's portrait photographs. A collaborative exhibition with National Library and Ngāti Kahungunu Inc
Nga Puna Waihanga: multi-media work by 8 Māori artists supporting the Nga Puna Waihanga Hui at Te Aute
White Tiger, Green Dragon: supporting the Guilin Sister City visit from the collection
Refuse to Go: exploring issues with waste and recycling
Laying it on the Lion: exhibition and competition profiling the restoration of Cornwall Park's fountain
Muka Prints: lithographic prints
Out of the Blue: multi-media work by 18 Māori and Pacific Island artists
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Ink on paper
Height x Width: 210 x 297mm
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