Annual Report, 2006, Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust

Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust
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One issue of the 2006 Hawke's Bay Cultural Trust Annual Report.

Contents include:
Chairman's Report by John Matthews
Chief Executive Officer's Report by Neil Fergus
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:
Esk River Hawke's Bay Review
Norsewear Art Award
Towards the Precipice: pre-WWII propaganda posters, toured by the National Library Gallery
Nancy Crow - colour and spatial relationships: quilts by American Nancy Crow 1996-2004
Parallel Practice, biculturalism in contemporary art
Kamaka - the ceramics of Bruce and Estelle Martin: survey of 40 years of their work
Handboek - Ans Westra photographs, toured by National Library Gallery
Earthbound - long memory: Hawke's Bay artists Linda Bruce, Clair McCormick and Julia van der Helden explore the idea of memory and its association with place
Gottfried Lindauer: The Shadow Maker: portraits by Gottfriend Lindauer
History unfurled and Jack or Black: origins of the New Zealand flag and arguments for its change, toured by Pataka
Enduring forms, Stacy Gordine and David Galanin: artistic exchange between two indigenous artists
Solid Gold: Classic hits from the Rutherford Collection: surveyed the history and development of the Rutherford collection from 1986 to 1999
In the Beaux Arts Tradition, William Gummer - Architect:examined the 4 Hawke's Bay homes designed by William Gummer between 116 and 1936.
The Persistenet Image - Tracing history through the Photographic Process: the story of photography's technical progress using objects from the collection
In the Drawer, Kirsten Haydon: jewellery based on her grandfather's recollections of his wartime experiences
Given: Jewellery by Warwick Freeman: a survey of 20 years of the artist's work
103 Cars Set off: The New Zealand Red Cross in War and Peace: in commemoration of the 75 anniversary of the New Zealand Red Cross from the 1931 Hawke's Bay earthquake to the 2005 Indian Ocean tsunami
Another view - photographs from the Seresin Family Collection: toured by the Millenium Art Gallery
Another Napier: pre-earthquake Napier
On Thin Ice - New work by David Trubridge: furniture based on the artist's Antarctic experience
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