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  1. Judith Morgan, Spirit Dance, 1954
Item Details

Title: Spirit Dancer

Artist: Judith Morgan

Date: 1954

Format: Painting [ink]

Location: Museum of Anthropology, UBC

Fonds: MOA ID: A17137

Size: 34.40 × 25.40 × 0.10 cm

More Information: Drawing and white paint, with lightning bolt behind the figure.  Courtesy UBC Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, A17137. Derek Tan photographer.

Further Research: Aboriginal Art in the Sixties
  1. 09. Flashing Sculpture Clicks: Poet Makes Contact With Love, Independent Journal, October 29, 1963
    Gerd Stern (Ephemera)
  2. 10. A Poetry Machine at the S.F. Museum, The San Francisco Chronicle, October 30, 1963
    Gerd Stern (Ephemera)
  3. 11. Meeting on 4th Avenue
    Judith Copithorne, Michael de Courcy, Maxine Gadd, Gerry Gilbert, Roy Kiyooka, Gary Lee-Nova, and Henry Rappaport (Photograph)
  4. 12. Steve Paxton workshop at Intermedia
    Jack Dale, Michael de Courcy, Gathie Falk, Glenn Lewis, Joan Lowndes, Michael Morris, and Judith Schwarz (Photograph)
  5. 13. Steve Paxton workshop at Intermedia
    Jack Dale, Michael de Courcy, Gathie Falk, Joan Lowndes, Michael Morris, and Judith Schwarz (Photograph)
  6. 14. A Landmark of a Flop, San Francisco Chronicle, November 13, 1963
    Gerd Stern (Ephemera)
  7. 15. Glenn Lewis performing at Chromatic Steps
    Michael de Courcy and Glenn Lewis (Photograph)