Newspaper cuttings, James Walker Archive

Maker
Apparel Publishing Limited
Scholes, Jeff
Newman, Barry
Auckland Star
The New Zealand Herald
Blake, Maggie
Page, Dugald
Bromhead, Peter
Mack, James
Scott, Thomas Joseph
Ball, Murray

Object detail

Brief Description
Archival material compiled by James Walker:

a) Cover of Apparel, volume 10, number 2, February 1978. Published by Apparel Publishing Limited, Auckland.

b) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. Written by Jeff Scholes, the article is titled: Through Glass Looking for Enrichment, and is sourced from The Auckland Star, 4 July 1978, page 9. The article regards Sunbeam Glassworks. It is illustrated with a photograph of James Walker and John Croucher.

c) Newspaper cutting written by Barry Newman, titled: Fun in New Zealand is What You Hated to do in the Army. Source unknown. Dated, 10 January 1979. The article provides a commentary on New Zealand pastimes.

d) Two newspaper cuttings mounted on card. Newspaper cutting, titled: Art Has Glazed Look. Sourced from The Auckland Star, 21 October 1980, page 3. Newspaper cutting, titled: Glints of Things to Come. Sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 24 October 1980, section 1, page 8. The articles regard an exhibition of glass hosted by the Auckland Society of Arts.

e) Cover of The New Zealand Herald, 1 April 1981. The main headline reads: Shots Echo Across Nation, Reagan Stable After Doctors Remove Bullet. The article regards the attempted assignation of President Ronald Reagan in the United States of America.

f) Cover of the 8 o’clock edition of the Auckland Star, 25 July 1981. The main headline reads: Blazey Says The Tour Will Go Ahead. The article regards the Springboks Tour.

g) Royal Wedding Pictorial Souvenir, published by the Auckland Star, 1 August 1981.

h) Royal Wedding Souvenir, published by The New Zealand Herald, 7 August 1981.

i) Cover, page 2, and pages 19- 20 of The New Zealand Herald, 7 September 1981. The articles include coverage of the Springboks Tour.

j) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. The article is titled: Teapot Art... For $1000, and is sourced from The Auckland Star, 19 October 1981, page 1. The article regards an exhibition of glass art hosted by the Auckland Society of Arts.

k) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. The article is titled: Sunbeam Glassworks, and is sourced from the Inner City News, page 10. Undated, possibly 1981. The article regards the opening of the Sunbeam Glassworks showroom.

l) Newspaper cuttings, titled: Design Prize to Leadlight. Sourced from the Auckland Star, 6 June 1983, section A, page 4. The article regards a window designed by James Walker for the First Church of Christ Scientist in Wellington, which won the Auckland Architectural Association Monier design awards. There are two copies of the article, with one copy mounted on card.

m) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. The advertising feature showcases the winners of the Monier Architectural Design Awards 1983. It is sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 6 June 1983, section 1, page 14.

n) Newspaper cuttings, titled: Final Touches. Sourced from The Dominion, 13 June 1983, page 5. The article regards the construction of the First Church of Christ Scientist in Wellington. There are two copies of the article, with one copy mounted on card.

o) Newspaper cuttings, titled: Church Windows Win Award. Sourced from The Evening Post, 13 June 1983, page 14. The article regards the windows designed by James Walker for the First Church of Christ Scientist in Wellington. There are three copies of the article, with one copy mounted on card.

p) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. Written by Maggie Blake, the article is titled: Ann’s Masterpieces, and is sourced from the Auckland Star, 14 July 1983, section B, page 1. The article regards glass artist Ann Robinson.

q) Newspaper cuttings with a photograph of the First Church of Christ Scientist in Wellington with the heading: It’s Big, It’s White – But What Is It? Sourced from The Evening Post, 23 July 1983, page 3. There are two copies of the article, with one copy mounted on card.

r) Cover of the Auckland Star, 2 August 1983. The main headline reads: Protestors at Bay. The article regards anti-nuclear protests in Auckland.

s) Cover, page 2, and pages 15- 16 of The New Zealand Herald, 3 August 1983. The articles include coverage of anti-nuclear protests in Auckland.

t) Extract from a magazine, titled: Kiwis Cash In On Glass Art ‘Explosion’. Sourced from the New Zealand Women’s Weekly, 29 August 1983, pages 40 and 43. The article regards the third national workshop of the New Zealand Society of Glass Artists.

u) Newspaper cutting, cartoon captioned: The committee’s had a complaint about your keel too! Sourced from the Auckland Star, 2 September 1983, section A, page 6.

v) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. Review of In the Light of the Past, a book by Jock Phillips and Chris Maclean, sourced from the New Zealand Listener, 10 March 1984, page 8.

w) Newspaper cuttings, titled: Leading Artist Found Dead, sourced from the Auckland Star, 14 May 1984. The article regards the death of Philip Clairmont.

x) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. Written by Maggie Blake, the article is titled: A Winner of Difficult Execution and Rare Quality..., and is sourced from the Auckland Star, 26 June 1984, section B, page 4. The article regards the Philips Studio Glass Award 1984, won by Ann Robinson.

y) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. Written by Dugald Page, the article is titled: Glass Shows High Polish, and is sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 27 June 1984, section 2, page 5. The article regards the Philips Studio Glass Award 1984.

z) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. The article is titled: Glass Expert to Lecture Here, and is sourced from the Nelson Evening Mail, 26 September 1984, page 22. The article regards a lecture by James Walker.

aa) Newspaper cutting, titled: A Simple Twist of Fate, sourced from the Auckland Star, 1 December 1984, section B, page 1. The article regards Robert Muldoon being stripped of his leadership of the National Party.

ab) Newspaper cutting written by Lisa Peryman, titled: Flying Saucer ‘US Spy Plane’, sourced from the Auckland Star, 12 December 1984, page 1. The article regards Auckland author Mr Neil Illingworth, who argues that the 1978 Kaikoura flying saucer incident was a United States counter-intelligence exercise.

ac) Newspaper cutting, cartoon by Peter Bromhead, titled: The New Zealand Time Machine. The cartoon comments on social legislation, the economy and privacy. Undated, possibly 1984.

ad) Article written by James Mack, titled: Pacific Glass New Zealand, sourced from Craft Australia, Spring 1984, issue 3, pages 49 – 55. The article regards the Pacific Glass ’83 exhibition.

ae) Newspaper cutting mounted on card. Written by Amy Brown, the article is titled: Glass Exhibits Not All Polished, and is sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 15 May 1985, section 2, page 2.

af) Newspaper article, photograph of the Governor-General of Australia, Sir Ninian Stephen, the Governor-General of New Zealand, Sir David Beattie, John Crocher and Garry Nash taken at Sunbeam Glassworks Studio, Auckland. The photograph is sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 20 June 1985, section 2, page 1. Photographer, unknown.

ag) Article, titled: Innocent Agents, Fury Over Greenpeace Report, sourced from Time Magazine, 9 September 1985, page 49. The article regards the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior.

ah) Newspaper cutting, titled: How to Tell the Signs. The article regards the AIDS virus. Source unknown. Undated, possibly 1985.

ai) Newspaper cutting written by Tom Scott, titled: Bad News From the Hills, sourced from the Auckland Star, 2 November 1985, section B, page 1. The article regards a crisis in farming.

aj) Newspaper cutting written by Tom Scott, titled: That’s Politics, sourced from the Auckland Star, 1 November 1985, section B, page 1. The article regards New Zealand politics.

ak) Newspaper cutting written by Tom Scott, titled: News Is No News, sourced from the Auckland Star, 23 November 1985, section B, page 1. The article regards New Zealand politics.

al) Newspaper cutting, pages 1-4 of the Auckland Star, 29 January 1986. The headline article regards the explosion of the Challenger shuttle at Cape Canaveral.

am) Newspaper cutting, cover of the Auckland Star, 30 January 1986. The headline article regards the explosion of the Challenger shuttle at Cape Canaveral.

an) Newspaper cutting written by Tom Scott, titled: New Blood – Bad Blood, sourced from the Auckland Star, 15 February 1986, section B, page 1. The article regards New Zealand politics.

ao) Newspaper cutting, cover of Direct Action, Newspaper of the Socialist Workers Party and Resistance, number 560, 19 March 1986.

ap) Newspaper cutting, titled: Hutt Showpiece. The article regards the Hutt Valley Energy Board headquarters, Lower Hutt. Source unknown. Undated, possibly 1987.

aq) Newspaper cutting, titled: A Goblet of Molten Art, sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 27 February 1990, section 2, page 1. The article regards a workshop at Sunbeam Glassworks Studio by Italian glass artist Lino Tagliapietra.

ar) Newspaper cutting written by Philip English, titled: $40,000 ‘garage door’ adorns ARC Foyer, sourced from the New Zealand Herald, 21 April 1990, section 1, page 20. The article regards an artwork designed by Ralph Hotere for the Auckland Regional Council headquarters.

as) Newspaper cutting written by Susan Tomlinson, titled: Glass Is Davenport [Devonport] Artist’s First Love, sourced from the North Shore Times Advertiser, 1 May 1990, page 15. The article regards James Walker.

at) Newspaper cutting written by Joyce Campbell, titled: Loose Eleven’s Packed Show, sourced from Hawke’s Bay Today, 21 December 2005, page 17. The article regards The Loose Eleven, an exhibition of works by a collective of the same name held at the Wairoa Museum Kopututanga Taonga o Te Wairoa, 26 November 2005 – 27 January 2006.

au) Newspaper cutting written by Michael Field, titled: Bachelor King’s Colourful Career, sourced from The Dominion Post, 12 September 2006, page 1. The article regards King Taufa’ahau Tupou V of Tonga.

av) Newspaper cutting, photograph captioned: Shell Craft: Mr Ross Michie, of Kaitaia, stands in front of some of the work that has been his hobby for the past 25 years... Source unknown.

aw) Newspaper cutting written by James Reston, titled: The End Of The Rainbow, sourced from the Chattanooga Times. Undated. The article regards a visit to New Zealand.

ax) Newspaper cutting, cartoon by Peter Bromhead commenting on import controls on New Zealand industry. Undated.

ay) Newspaper cutting, cartoon by Murray Ball, titled: Beware the Labour Party. Dated, 1981. Source unknown.

az) Poster advertising Silicate Connection: An exhibition of glass and clay by two American artists resident in New Zealand, held at the United States Chancery Gallery, Wellington, 21 September to 6 October [unknown year]. The featured artists are George Lloyd Kojis and Anthony William Kuepfer.
Production technique
Media/Materials description
Printed and handwritten in ink on newsprint; mounted on card; printed in ink on paper.
Measurements
Largest item: Height x Width: 598 x 402mm
Subject date
1978-2006
Credit line
from the estate of James Walker
Other number(s)
2011/14/18/34, 88803
Accession number
2011/14/18/34

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