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  1. Festival of the Contemporary Arts 1965 (pamphlet)
  2. Festival of the Contemporary Arts 1965 (pamphlet)
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Item Details

Title: Festival of the Contemporary Arts 1965

Curator: Abraham Rogatnick

Date: 1965

Format: Ephemera [pamphlet]

Location: Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, UBC

Fonds: Exhibition Files, The Medium is the Message Feb 3-5 , 1965/Festival of the Contemporary Arts Feb 1-10, 1965

Size: 9.00 × 22.00 cm

More Information: A pamphlet for the fifth annual Festival of the Contemporary Arts at the University of British Columbia, organized by Abraham Rogatnick. Nicknamed “The Medium is the Message” after Marshall McLuhan’s groundbreaking work of communication theory, this festival marked a high point in interdisciplinary artistic activity.  Collection of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Archives, Exhibition Files.

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