Matching Articles"20th Century" (Total 96)

  • Biography of Anna Templeton (1916-1995).
  • The arts industry in Newfoundland and Labrador provides the province's people with a heightened quality of life while at the same time contributing to the local economy.
  • Arts policy in Newfoundland and Labrador began with the development of cultural self-consciousness following Confederation.
  • Biography of painter Barbara Pratt Wangersky
  • Biography of writer Cassie Brown (1919-1986).
  • Biography of printmaker Cecil Day
  • Process lies at the heart of collective creation as a company of actors researches, improvises and creates a script.
  • Canada is internationally recognized for its excellence in documentary film, and several of Canada's finest documentary makers have come from this province.
  • Early Newfoundland film and film makers. Including documentaries, hollywood film, NIFCO, and Provincial Government films
  • Biography of Elsie Holloway (1882-1971).
  • Biography of painter Jean-Claude Roy
  • Biography of painter Jean-Claude Roy
  • Page 1 of serigraphs by Jim Hansen
  • Biography of painter Lise Sorensen
  • Biography of Margaret Iris Duley (1894-1968).
  • Page 1 of oil paintings by Mary Pratt
  • The visual arts have long played a part in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador, though they may never have been as significant or visible as they are today.
  • The industrialization of Newfoundland and Labrador's fisheries during the late 20th century changed the way people in the province worked and lived.
  • In the years before 1914 generally rising prices (including prices for seal products) helped make the Newfoundland economy comparatively buoyant.
  • Newfoundland and Labrador's climate and soil have not been conducive to agriculture, but outport isolation and poor fishery incomes have made farming crucial.

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