Annual Report, 2005, Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust

Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust
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One issue of the 2005 Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust Annual Report.

Contents include:
Chairman's Report by John Matthews
Chief Executive Officer's Report by Roger Mulvay
Hawke's Bay Exhibition Centre exhibitions and programmes
Hawke's Bay Museum collections, exhibitions and programmes
Berry Library
Hawke's Bay Regional Archives
Museum Shop
Century cinema & theatre
Te Roopu Kaiawhi Taonga
The Faraday Centre
Auditor's report
Human Resources for: Trust Board; Staff; Friends of Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust; Te Roopu Kaiawhi Taonga; Volunteers; Donors; Sponsors; and acknowledgements.

Exhibition Programme includes:
Thomas and Nina Tanner: profile of Thomas Tanner's contribution to Hasting's history
Esk River Hawke's Bay Review
Kia Kaha: 150 years of Te Aute College history
Militant Artists ReUnion: neo-expressionist paintings by Tony Fomison, Philip Clairmont and Allen Maddox
Titian studio ware - The Art of Cameron and Dorothy Brown: ceramics by Titian Studio, toured by Auckland War Memorial Museum
Art Rage: fundraising exhibition by the Friends of the Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust
Te Maia
Toi Māori, Indigenous Arts Festival: multi-media artwork from indigenous artists around the Pacific Basin
Norsewear Art Award
Rear View Mirror - Paintings by Bryan Dew: paintings of Hastings by an expatriate artist
Towards the Precipice: pre-WWII propaganda posters, toured by the National Library Gallery
Rhona Haszard - An Experimental Expatriate Artist: modernist painter, toured by Hocken Library Gallery
The Power of Jewellery: artefacts and images from Auckland Museum's Pacific Island collection
Pensee: an artist's project by Wellesley Binding
Travelling Treasures: education service project exploring family history and the exchange of gifts
Bother the Servants - A glimpse of life in Napier through the words of Anna Spencer: based on the 1876 diary of Anna Spencer, wife of Dr William Spencer, and objects from the collection
Forty Years On - Don Binney: survey of Don Binney's paintings, toured by The Dowse
Paratene Matchitt - recent work
Two laws - one big spirit: cross-cultural exchange between Rusty Peters of aboriginal descent and Peter Adsett a New Zealander, toured by Adam Art Gallery
Tautoko: artists Wendy Whitehead, Stacey Gordine and Phil Belcher respond to items in the collection
Unhinged - Jewellery by Jason Hall: debated issues surrounding cross-cultural appropriation
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