The fonds provides information on Ingrid Bachman's professional life as a contemporary artist and as a teacher at Concordia University and at the Art Institute of Chicago, her involvement with Design Cooperative and the Banff Art Residency Program. The CONFERENCE, LECTURES, TALKS subseries includes records related to the Conversations in Contemporary Art (CICA), the Studio Arts Visiting Artists Program as well as texts for presentations and lectures Bachmann gave at the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS) conference and the Practice-Led Research Conference, to name a few. The PROJECTS subseries is comprised of notes, video scripts, promotional material and press clippings of reviews, and other records related to the logistics of coordinating and producing art installations such as Fault Lines, Digital Crustaceans, Nomad Web, Berlin Stories and 48 Hours/48 Rooms, among others. This subseries also includes the ProWeave software. The TEACHING subseries contains outlines and assignment directives of courses Bachman gave at the Art Institute of Chicago and Concordia University and the WRITINGS subseries records related to articles Bachmann published. The MEDIA COVERAGE subseries includes articles and reviews of Bachmann's works.Sans titre
Jazz Music; Canadian Jazz Scene; Montreal Nightlife
General consultation session in the Alumni Auditorium (H-110) on the Sir George Campus to discuss the interim report of SSPC (Strategic Space Plan Committee). The committee members are: Anna-Beth Doyle (Psychology), Jeremiah Hayes (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Martin Kusy (Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems), Kathryn Lipke (Sculpture, Ceramics and Fibres), Robert Martin (English) and chair Catherie MacKenzie (Associate Vice-Rector Services). Participation of Louis Vagianos (MIS/Space Planning).
General consultation session held at the Concert Hall, Loyola Campus to discuss the interim report of the SSPC (Strategic Space Plan Committee). The committee members are: Anna-Beth Doyle (Psychology), Jeremiah Hayes (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Martin Kusy (Decision Sciences and Management), Kathryn Lipke (Sculpture, Ceramics and Fibres), Robert Martin (English) and the chair Catherine MacKenzie Associate Vice-Rector Services).
Interviews with members of the community on the necessity of the construction of the Engineering and Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex.
This video commemorates the opening of Concordia's new Library Building (J. W. McConnell Building). It is mainly composed of a timelapse which represents five years of construction.
A lecture at Concordia University by Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire, Force Commander of the UN peacekeeping mission during the 1993-1994 Rwandan genocide. An Abitibi-Consolidated Lecture. Welcome by John Aylen, President of the Concordia University Alumni Association. Lieutenant-General Dallaire is introduced by Dr. F. Lowy, Rector and Vice Chancellor of Concordia University
Concordia University press conference regarding the acquisition of the Grey Nuns Property.
Comedy produced by Concordia Alumni Affairs for the annual Homecoming banquet during the Concordia 25th anniversary year. The event took place at Buffet Roma, 8050 Chamilly, St-Leonard.
A selection of moving images from Concordia University Archives AV collection. This was made for the IITS Open House in December 17, 1998. The selection is composed of the eight following excerpts: 1) Prelude to the Computer Riot: Scenes from the Anderson Hearing, 29 January 1969 (I006-09-0031); 2) Interview with Michel Tremblay, [ca. 1975] (I0066-09-0057); 3) Dr. Roby Kidd interviews Dr. Henry F. Hall, 21 August 1969 (P0024-09-0056); 4) SGWU Fine Arts Department, Fifth floor of the Hall Building, March 1973 (P0024-09-0010); 5) From "In Concert in Old Montreal" - CUTV presents: Gary Burdon [197-?] (P0024-09-0054); 6) Bernard Lonergan, S.J., Thomas Aquinas today: Tradition & Innovation, 18 November 1974 (I0007-09-0020); 7) Margaret Atwood at Loyola, 16 October 1974 (I0007-09-0002); 8) Jerry Rubin at Loyola, 2 December 1975 (I0006-09-0013).
The fonds is organized in 2 series: PROFESSIONAL LIFE and PRIVATE LIFE.
The PROFESSIONAL LIFE series includes CORRESPONDENCE related to Frank's career at Concordia University, records linked to his Long Service Recognition (after 25 years at Concordia University) and articles published (in collaboration with C. Y. Cheung, O. Mitran, G. Barnea, S. J. Knak Jensen, O. G. Mouritsen and K. Nath among others) between 1969 and 1997.
The PRIVATE LIFE series is comprised of records related to Frank's EDUCATION, most notably a thesis submitted to the University of British Columbia and to McGill University.Sans titre
The fonds is organized in two series PRIVATE LIFE and PROFESSIONAL LIFE.
The PROFESSIONAL LIFE series contains a TEACHING sub-series with records on Howard Fink's career at Sir George Williams and Concordia University: an agenda, miscellaneous correspondence, course outlines, an honour student file, examination questionnaire samples. There's a sub-series titled COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT related to his involvement with the Canadian Association of Emeriti and Retired Academics (CAERA), the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA) and the Association for the Study of Canadian Radio and Television (ASCRT). The POETRY READING SERIES and the FACE TO FACE CONFERENCE sub-series include correspondence, programmes, publicity and other records related to the logistics of those events. The RESEARCH sub-series contains record about a France-Quebec collaboration on the study radio-drama tradition. The fonds also contains records about the Centre for Broadcasting Studies Fink helped establishing and the CBC Radio Drama Bibliography.
The PRIVATE LIFE series contains personal correspondence.Sans titre