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Anne Gould Hauberg Artist Images Series

Submitted on November 5, 2019 - 12:59pm
Presentation by Tom Child and Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse
Tom Child and Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse give a presentation for the 2019 Anne Gould Hauberg Artist Images Series; photo by Jeanette Mills

Since 1990, the UW Libraries has hosted the Anne Gould Hauberg Artist Images Series. The 2019 lecture was given on October 29 by Art History Assistant Professor Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse and her Kwagu’ł colleague Tom Child, Namsgamk'ala. Their presentation was titled "Awakening the Archive & Bringing Voices Alive: A Collaborative Restoration of Kwagu’ł Films with Franz Boas, 1930-2019." They spoke about their ten years of work collaborating with members of the Kwagu’ł First Nation to re-integrate audio and film recordings from the 1930s into their cultural context and histories. This work will ultimately result in a digital publication produced by Raven Space, which was founded by UBC Press and works in partnership with UW Press.

A number of the previous lectures in this series have been given by people associated with the School of Art + Art History + Design:

  • 1990, Norman Lundin (Professor Emeritus)
  • 1996, Jacob Lawrence (Professor Emeritus, deceased)
  • 1997, Alfredo Arreguin (BA 1967, MFA 1969)
  • 2000, Bill Holm (Professor Emeritus + BA 1949, MFA 1951)
  • 2001, Philip McCracken (BA 1954)
  • 2002, Nancy Mee (BFA 1975) + Dennis Evans (BFA 1975, MFA 1975)
  • 2005, Patti Warashina (Professor Emeritus + BA 1962, MFA 1964)
  • 2006, Dale Chihuly (BFA 1965)
  • 2008, Norie Sato (MFA 1974)
  • 2009, Mary Lee Hu (Professor Emeritus)
  • 2015, Richard Kehl (Professor Emeritus + BA 1969)
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