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Title Raven travelling : two centuries of Haida art / Daina Augaitis ... [and others].

Published Vancouver : Vancouver Art Gallery : Douglas & McIntyre ; Seattle : University of Washington Press, [2006]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  704.039728 RAVE    AVAILABLE
Physical description 182 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 32 cm
Notes "Published in conjunction with 'Raven travelling : two centuries of Haida art', an exhibition organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Director's foreword / Kathleen S. Bartels -- This box of treasures / Guujaaw -- In the beginning : Haida stories -- Out of the silence / Bill Reid -- Haida art and Haida Gwaii / Marianne Jones -- These shining islands / Bill Reid -- Reclaiming Haida culture / Robert Davidson -- Everything depends on everything else / Nika Collison -- From the hands of Master Carpenter / Peter Macnair -- Following the discipline of the old masters / Isabel Rorick and Jacqueline Gijssen -- The repatriation of our ancestors and the rebirth of ourselves / Lucille Bell and Vince Collison -- The impulse to create / Daina Augaitis, Robert Davidson, Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas and Don Yeomans.
Summary "Published to coincide with a major exhibition celebrating the Vancouver Art Gallery's 75th anniversary, Raven Travelling features 140 colour photos of Haida masterpieces from the last two centuries, from exquisitely carved totem poles and masks to remarkable pipes, plates and baskets. The works come from collections across the world, as well as many private collections."--BOOK JACKET.
Other author Augaitis, Daina.
Vancouver Art Gallery.
Subject Haida art -- Exhibitions.
Haida artists -- Exhibitions.
Standard Number 9780295986197
ISBN 0295986190 (hardcover : alk. paper)