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"Machine stitched into a corner of the Canadian modern age flag": Glenn Howarth's Telidon Art

"'Machine stitched into a corner of the Canadian modern age flag': Glenn Howarth's Telidon Art," by John Durno

John Durno's essay in the publication, "'Machine stitched into a corner of the Canadian modern age flag': Glenn Howarth's Telidon Art," presents the story of how Howarth came to work with Telidon and then later abandon it. It recovers the importance of this Canadian technology and Howarth's work in the medium.

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An Archival Mosaic: The Margaret Peterson Fonds

"An Archival Mosaic: The Margaret Peterson Fonds," by Robert Amos

"An Archival Mosaic: The Margaret Peterson Fonds," by artist and critic Robert Amos (who knew Peterson personally and helped write the finding aid for the Peterson fonds), provides an overview of Peterson's life and archives.

Read it here.

Watch a video of Robert Amos discussing materials from the Margaret Peterson fonds here.

"A Man of Many Parts": An Interview with Judi Dyelle about the Robin Hopper Fonds

"'A Man of Many Parts': An Interview with Judi Dyelle about the Robin Hopper fonds," Lara Wilson

In September 2018, Judi Dyelle sat down with Lara Wilson, Director of Special Collections and University Archivist at the University of Victoria Libraries, for an interview about Hopper's career and legacy, as well as his reasons for donating his archives.

Read it here.

Listen to the full interview here.

The Sandra Meigs Fonds: The Archives of 1,000 Questions

"The Sandra Meigs Fonds: The Archives of 1,000 Questions," by Helen Marzolf

The publication features an essay about Meigs written by Helen Marzolf, former director of the artist-run centre Open Space, which hosted Meigs' installation The Basement Panoramas in 2013.

Read it here.

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