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"Along the right lines" The Globe and Mail, 26 July 2003. [Inkameep project].

The art of visual conversation.” Research at the University of Victoria, 2002-2003 , University of Victoria. [Inkameep project]

"A Woman's Place." Muse , Nov. - Dec. 2004, 24.

"A Woman's Place." Shaw TV interview with Jennifer Iredale and Anne Finlay, 15 Dec. 2004.

Amos, Robert. "Art and Literature." Times Colonist , 19 December 2004, D12. [A Woman's Place]

Amos, Robert. "A Woman's Place Defined." Times Colonist , 7 October 2004, D8.

Amos, Robert. “Care for a cuppa tea: It's a ritual.” Times Colonist , 29 July 2004.

APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) National News, 12 September 2003. [Inkameep project]

"Art Steeped in Social Ritual.” National Post , 8 July 2004, B6. [World Tea Party, Victoria]

"Art Explosion." Monday Magazine , 24-30 June, 2004, 14 [World Tea Party, Victoria]

Babic, Marisa. "A Bounty of Baskets." The Now [White Rock], 16 June 2001, 12.

Babic, Marisa. “A Bounty of Baskets: White Rock/Native art collection.” The Now , 27 March 2002.

“Band and town donate $30,000, most ever for Osoyoos Museum.” Osoyoos Times , 18 May 2005, 11.

Baskerville, Norman E. "China lays its legacy on the Maltwood." The Martlet , 19 September 2002, 12.

Blazina, Randy. "Arts teacher helped natives gain equal rights." Osoyoos Times , 20 Mar. 2002, 19.

"Call for Historic Homes." Fairfield Observer Newsletter , January 2002, 7. [Hallmark Society project]

Campbell, Forbes. "Community Service/Service Communautaire." Muse Vol. 20, No. 5 (Fall 2002), 42-49.

"Canned History: Illuminating our Cultural Heritage." UVic Community Report, Victoria News , 22 Mar. 2002, 4. [Industry Narratives project]

Chamberlain, Adrian. "Native prodigies that time forgot." Times Colonist , 1 March 2002, C1, C5. [Inkameep project]

"Chinese Influence." UVic Torch , Autumn 2002, 30.

“China and Beyond: Exhibit and displays. Wide ranging influence of Chinese culture,” The Ring , 5 Sept. 2002, 2.

Cooke, Carolyn. "Baskets: From Work to Artwork." The Now [White Rock] , 30 Oct. 2002, 24.

Creighton, Judy. "Victoria Logical Venue for World Tea Party Taking Place this Summer." Canada.comNews, 26 July 2004.

Creighton, Judy. "Canada's Tea Capital Pours it on." Globe and Mail , 28 July 2004.

"CURA McCall Project." Museum Muse Newsletter (Elphinstone Pioneer Museum), Summer 2001, 1.

"CURA funds Documentation of Architecture." Society of Architectural Historians Newsletter , Winter 2001, 7.

“Day School art goes to virtual museum.” Osyoos Times , 14 July 2004.

DeGrass, Jan. "Postcards from History." Coast Reporter [Gibsons], 9 Sept. 2001, C1. [Helen McCall project]

"Docomomo BC." Docomomo Canada-Ontario Newsletter , August 2003, Item 11.

"Drawing the World: From Masters to Hipsters." Art Museum Network News, 20 June 2003.

"Exhibit Features Aboriginal Children's Art." The Ring , July-August 2003, 7.

“Exhibit Savours World's Favourite Beverage.” The Ring , June 2004, 2.

"From Graffiti to Treasures of Ancient Greece: UVic's Art Museum and Gallery Celebrates its 40th Birthday." The Ring , April 2004, 7. [Docomomo project]

Gibson, Jim. "Solving the Mystery of the Liturgical Linens.” Times Colonist , 28 December 2003, B1.

Gibson, Katherine. “Educating the researchers of tomorrow.” University of Victoria: Research 2004 , cover, 7. [Inkameep project]

Gould, Stephanie. "Houskeeping task turns up treasures." Anglican Journal , December 2003, 11. [Yale textiles project]

Grant, Pam. "World Tea Party celebrates brew's history and tradition." Times Colonist , 10 July 2004, E4.

Gretsinger, Kathryn. The Afternoon Show (CBU AM), interview with Justyna Kroll [Vancouver Museum], 29 April 2003. [China & Beyond]

"Hallmark Society Documents Fairfield Homes." Victoria News , 6 June 2001, 12.

Harris, Michael. "Native youngsters portray their world." Vancouver Sun , 28 August 2003.

Haughland, Diane. "Canned History." The Ring [University of Victoria], 7 March 2002, 3.

Haughland, Diane. "Salmon Can Labels: Records of our Industrial and Cultural Heritage." Heritage Society of BC Newsletter , Winter 2001/02, 10.

"The Helen McCall Album." Connections: Sunshine Coast Museum and Archives Society Newsletter , Spring Edition, 22 March 2004.

"Helen McCall: The Coast Captured on Film." Coast Reporter , 30 January 2002, 6-7.

Hill, Lynda. "Student puts her own touch on Maltwood exhibit." The Ring , November 2004, 3. [A Woman's Place]

“Inkameep Art Collection reaching out. Presentation given on new project to make collection part of helping to understand literature.” Osoyoos Times , 13 October 2004, 11.

“Inkameep Art.” Leading Edge: Innovation in BC. The Knowledge Network, 24 February 2004

"Inkameep Day School Art Work will be Showcased in Vancouver," Oliver Chronicle , 18 September 2002.

Johnson, Wendy. “Aboriginal Day: the artwork comes home.” Osoyoos Times , 23 June 2004, 14.

Johnson, Wendy. "Inkameep Art Collection Priceless." Oliver Chronicle , 29 May 2002, 1.

Johnson, Wendy. “Inkameep Day School artwork will be showcased in Vancouver.” Oliver Chronicle , 18 Sept. 2002.

Johnson, Wendy. "Inkameep Day School exhibition part of Vancouver Art Gallery's summer show." Oliver Chronicle , 27 March 2003, 1-2.

Johnson, Wendy. "Lost Okanagan Art Work Resurfaces." Oliver Chronicle , 17 April 2002, 11.

Kinarthy, Deena. "Photography exhibit showcases hidden past." The Martlet , 19 May 2005, 8. [Japanese photography project]

Kroeger, Carol. “B.C.'s Modern Era documented on disc.” Heritage Vancouver Newsletter , November 2003, 3.

Lanthier, Nancy. View Finder: “Looking at the faces in these images, one imagines the adventurous spirit of the Japanese who left their country, their communities, their families, to stake out a life in British Columbia, Canada.” Vancouver Sun , 2 July 2005, F3.

Laurence, Robin. "Drawing on the Past. The Result of an Exceptional Chief and Teacher, Native Children's Art Emerges From the Past to Tell a Unique Story." The Georgia Strait July 3 – 10, 2003, 43.

Lironi, Maria. "Exhibit features aboriginal children's art." The Ring [University of Victoria] July – August 2003, 7.

Liscomb, Robie. “Documenting our Cultural Heritage." University of Victoria Community Report, Spring 2003: Victoria News , 4 April 2003.

Litwin, Grania. "Explore Women's Role in Early Victoria Art." Times Colonist , 14 Nov. 2004, D12.

Litwin, Grania. "Experts reveal secret of a great-tasting tea." Times Colonist , 7 July 2004, D3.

Macdonald, Cara. "Caetani family history goes on display." The Morning Star , 24 August 2003, C1.

McNeney, Mike. "Canned Art." The Torch [University of Victoria] Spring 2002, 12.

Mandziuk, Glenn. “Community Matters: Osoyoos Museum needs our Support.” Destinations Osoyoos , Sept. 2005.

Morrow, Shayne. "Art collection being catalogued." Alberni Valley Times , 10 August 2001, 10A. [Robert Aller project]

"Native Youngsters portray their world. The 36 drawings of the Nk'Mip Chronicles from a documentary of children's experiences." The Vancouver Sun , 25 August 2003.

“Nk'Mip Chronicles: Drawing Their World.” CBC Radio 3, 2003.

“Osoyoos Museum looking into the future.” Osoyoos Times , 11 August 2004.

Owen, Audrey. “Helen McCall's Community Album.” Museums Roundup [BCMA], no. 225, 2004.

Pence, Leah. "Drawing on Identity: CURA project documents Okanagan children's art." The Ring [University of Victoria], 21 February 2002, 10.

Pence, Leah. "Drawing on Identity." Roundup [BC Museums Association] No. 219: 7, 12.

Phelps, Laura. "Sointula Homecoming Happening.” North Island Gazette , 15 May 2002.

Pitts, Patty. "China and Beyond: Exhibit displays wide-ranging influence of Chinese culture." The Ring [University of Victoria] 5 September 2002, 2.

Rowe, Dan. "China's legacy of innovation brought to Vancouver.” Vancouver Sun , 19 March 2003, B11.

Scott, Andrew. “New Books Map Coast in Pictures and Words,” The Georgia Straight, 26 February 2004. [Helen McCall's Community Album]

“Shashin: Japanese Canadian Studio Photography to 1942 .” New VI, "New Day Live Morning Show," 7:10 am slot, interview with Dr. Phyllis Senese, Tuesday, 10 May 2005.

Skebo, Kristi. "Exhibit brings BC art to light." The Ring , December 2003, 3. [Caetani project]

"Sointula, Malcolm Island: A co-operative community." Anthill: Newsletter of the British Columbia Institute for Co-operative Studies , vol. 4 (Sept. 2004), 1, 4.

"Sointula Museum Expansion Opens." Mid Coast Beacon , 15 May 2002, 1-2.

"Sointula Utopia: British Columbia Institute for Co-operative Studies." University of Victoria Co-operative Education Service - Learning Internship Project Annual Report: 2002-3 , 8.

Soodeen, Jeanine. "'Tea for two' oft-heard but well off mark." Victoria News , 7 July 2004.

Soodeen, Jeanine. "Female Role in Art History Revealed." Victoria News Weekend Edition, 3 September 2004, C3. [A Woman's Place]

“Special heritage has returned home.” Osoyoos Times , 23 June 2004, 12. [Inkameep project]

"Study and photo exhibit explores lives of Japanese-Canadians." The Ring , April 2005, 11.

“Sveva Caetani: un'artista visionaria, poetessa del colore e del pensiero.” GRTV.

"World Tea Party Victoria." Where Magazine , July/August 2004, 20-21.

"UVic prof creates virtual exhibit." The Ring , 3 September 2003. [Inkameep project]

"UVic on Knowledge Network.” The Ring [UVic], February 2004, 4.

"Victoria Hosts world tea party." Vancouver Sun , 19 June 2004.

Walsh, Andrea. Interview with “North by Northwest” host Cheryl McKay on CBC Radio One, June 28, 2003.

Walsh, Andrea. Interview with National Arts Report host Paul Grant on CBC Radio One, 29 June 2003.

Walsh, Andrea and Chief Clarence Louie. Interview with “Sounds like Canada” host Jane Farrow on "Radio One," 29 July 2003.

Watts, Richard. "Victoria Tea Party's up for 2004." Times Colonist, 31 August 2003, D1, D6-D7.

Watts, Richard. "Treasures from Native School Compiled in Online Exhibit." Times Colonist , 3 August 2003, C3. [Inkameep project]

Westell, Lola. "Helen McCall: The Coast Captured on Film." Coast Reporter , 30 January 2000, 6.

"World Tea Party Victoria.” Where Magazine, Victoria Edition, July-August, 2004, 20-21.

Will, Gudrun. "Chinese Culture spreads from Sea to Sea." The Georgia Straight , 20 March 2003, 68.

"Women on Air," interview with Dr. Anne (Karen) Finlay on "A Woman's Place" exhibition, produced by Betsy Nuse. CFUV-FM, 29 September, 2004.

Zacharias, Rand, "All Hallows School." Eventlife Magazine [Kelowna], April 2004. [Liturgical textiles project]


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