Fonds PR3759 - Festival '88 fonds

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Festival '88 fonds

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PAA PR3759

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  • 1987-1989 (Creation)
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    Festival '88

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0.30 m textual. -- 30 photographs.

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(1987-1989)

Administrative history

In 1987, Ukrainian Canadians in Edmonton, Alberta, established the Festival ’88 non-profit organization in order to plan, fund, and host a number of events celebrating the 1000 year anniversary of Christianity being adopted in Ukraine. The festival was funded by the federal, provincial, and municipal governments in addition to a variety of private sponsors. Events took place in Edmonton and Vegreville from June 30th to July 3rd, 1988, and the non-profit organization was dissolved in 1989.

Festival ’88 events included live dance and music performances, displays of Ukrainian art, a Beerfest, contemporary Ukrainian Music Awards, and a variety of outreach events. Thousands of visitors and performers from across Canada and the United States took place in the festivities.

Custodial history

Russell Sawchuk served as the Director of Finance on the Festival ’88 Board of Directors, and donated his records including photographs, brochures, press releases, board minutes, contracts, and financial statements relating to the event.

Scope and content

The fonds includes records detailing the planning and organization of Festival ’88. Documents include board meeting minutes; contracts for services and sponsorships; contracts for performers and artists; detailed financial information including budgets and financial reports; records describing fundraising strategies; formal grant applications; executive correspondence; ballots and correspondence about the First Ukrainian Contemporary Music Awards; and press releases in both English and Ukrainian.

The fonds also includes promotional materials such as posters, pamphlets, programs, and brochures; news clippings about the festival; and correspondence received in the aftermath of the festival. 30 photographs depict members of the Board of Directors at work as well as events over the course of the festival.

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  • English
  • Ukrainian

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None.

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Subject to the Copyright Act.

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Associated materials

Festival ’88 records can also be found in the Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts fonds (PR3624), and the Peter and Olga Savaryn Family fonds (PR0671).

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PR3759

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Provincial Archives of Alberta

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