This issue on art archives and archiving is guest-edited by Lianne McTavish, Professor in the History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture at the University of Alberta. Focusing on 'Recording Alberta: A Place in the Archives' are essays by Eric Steenbergen on 'The Community Archives'; Judy Freya Sibayan on 'The Community Archives: Documenting Artists Collectively, Openly'; Amy Fung on '(Re)Searching for the Unheard: Cherie Moses’s Archive of Lesser Heard Voices'; Pamela Alenuik on 'Cultural Capital in Alberta’s Capital City: The Gateway Sculptures Debate'; Christopher Grignard on 'Archiving a Gay Hometown: The Orchard Drive and the Big Apple'; D. Jeffrey Buchanan on 'The Story in the Corners'. Reviews are by Eliza Tan on the exhibition 'Everyday Anomalies'; and Flaudette May V. Datuin on 'Shooting Blanks', photographs by Gina Osterloh and on 'Exhibit A', the opening exhibition of the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Manila.
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