Fonds CS - CURRENT Symposium fonds

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CURRENT Symposium fonds

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  • Graphic material
  • Moving images
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  • Photographic material

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  • 11 Jun. 2017 - 17 Sep. 2017 (Creation)
    CURRENT Symposium

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48.71 GB of photographic images and other materials

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Administrative history

CURRENT is a multidisciplinary and intersectional music and electronic art symposium working with women and non-binary artists in Vancouver and the Pacific Northwest. Its primary organizers are Ashlee Luk, Soledad Muñoz, and Nancy Lee. The first iteration of the project was a 3-day music and arts showcase featuring events, panels, youth mentorships and workshops, which took place July 28th-30th, 2017. Participants included:

DJ Daniela Karina
Ruth Scheuing
Soledad Muñoz
Wynne Palmer
Norah Lorway
Kiran Bhumber
Holly Peck
Sabrina Dzugalod
DJ Nishkosheh
T. Wan
Nicola Awang
Nancy Lee
Tifanie Lamiel
Minimal Violence
Yu Su
Nancy Dru
Erica Lapadat-Janzen
Kurumi Shiowaki
Nomad Black
Rhi Blossom
Kasey Riot
DJ China Aquafina
Krystal Paraboo
DJ Homogenius

The goal of this symposium was to foster and disseminate feminist content through cross-pollination of ideas and intergenerational knowledge sharing.

Custodial history

Some materials were kept on a Google Drive, accessed by Nancy Lee, Ashlee Luk, Bradley Michael, Chantal Yeung Dresner, Shania Coombs, Soledad Munoz, and Steph Parkes. Other materials were kept on a thumb drive in the possession of Nancy Lee until data was copied and transferred to the CDMLA.

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Fonds consists of administrative records, event documentation (photographic and moving images), artist information, and publicity created by CURRENT organizers and volunteers, from June to August 2017.

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Records acquired directly from Nancy Lee on January 23, 2018.


All records were transferred onto a removable CDMLA hard drive labelled "CURRENT Documentation." Files originally received from the thumb drive and files originally received on the Google Drive were arranged into two separate folders on the hard drive. Files have retained their original names and, when they were originally grouped into a folder, these folders have retained their original names.

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All records within the fonds remain available to their creators on a thumb drive and/or a shared Google Drive. The files have been copied to their storage location within the archives rather than transferred outright.

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Access to some materials may be restricted due to the presence of personal information. Consult the archivist or archives manager for further information.

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Some items within the collection may remain under copyright. Consult the archivist for details.

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Created by Sophie Roberge, February 21, 2018.

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