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Canadian Perspectives exhibition and photographer slides

File contains about 600 colour slides taken during the exhibition held in the Image Arts building during the Canadian Perspectives Conference on Canadian photography, as well as images of artwork by Canadian photographers presenting and discussed during the conference. Artists include: Marion P. Bancroft, Marguerite Bell, Robert Bourdeau, Randy Bradley, Jim Breukelman, David Bruce, Lynn Cohen, Share Corsaut, William Cupit, Charles Gagnon, Tom GIbson, Peter Gross, Thaddeus Hollowina, Stephen Homer, Tom Knott, Clayton Lewis, David MacMIllan, L. McClair, Dale Pickering, Tim Porter, Tom Robertson, Michael Semak, Ken Straiton, John Wertscheck, Gabor Szilasi, Ronnie Tessler, Robert Title, and Jim Tomlinson.

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August Sander symposium

File consists of audio recordings of a symposium on the topic of German documentary and portrait photographer August Sander, held in the Image Arts Department at Ryerson University in 1982. Speakers include: central European historian István Deák; curator Ute Eskildsen; photographer, theorist and critic Alan Sekula; and art critic Rosalind Krauss.

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Symposium on photographic theory

File contains audio recordings of a symposium on photographic theory presented by American artist Hollis Frampton and conceptual artist Victor Burgin. The two day event was hosted by the Image Arts Department at Ryerson University and includes a discussion session.

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Kodak Lectures 2001-2002

File consists of files reted to the organization of and speakers featured in Ryerson University's Kodak Lecture Series during the 2001-2002 academic year. Speakers include: Lorna Simpson, Nicolas Baier, Tom Hunter, Janet Cardiff, George Bures Miller, Roni Horn, Rineke Dykstra, and Joan Foncuberta.

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Copyright Consent Forms

File consists of copyright concent forms for the digitization and website project related to Ryerson University's Kodak Lecture Series as part of Industry Canada's "Canada's Digital Initiatives" program.
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