Monthly Archives: May 2010

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American Association of Museums… Thinking of You!

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Due to our crazy deadlines and committing to speak at a number of other conferences we were not able to attend the AAM Conference in LA this year.  However, we do want to wish all our best to our friends at the Skirball Cultural Center at the Hebrew Union College who are hosting the evening […]

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Interviewing Artists…

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Irma and Matt continue the adventure of interviewing artists.  These are the first artists to be interviewed… more to come… From left to right (top) Jim Poole, painter; Joan André, poet; Karen Lancey, metal sculptor; Jean Jacques André, painter/photographer (and our founder!). Bottom left to right: Delayne Corbett, stone sculptor; Isa Sevrain, ceramicist, Matt Brouwer, […]

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Cultural Resource Management Internship Program: Art Beyond Beauty

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André & Associates has partnered with the University of Victoria to offer an internship program.  We work with students to develop a project that will be used to teach the process of exhibit design.  As mentioned earlier in this blog this year’s intern from UVIC is Irma Rodenhuis. As Bianca has long desired to promote […]

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Congratulations Jean Jacques!

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On May 7, 2009 our founder, Jean Jacques André suffered a heart attack, which was soon followed by double pneumonia, and three bouts of the deadly CDeficile virus.  Today, we celebrated his one year anniversary of not only surviving this terrible trial, but continuing to pour out his creative influence in the world of Museum […]

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Finishes Reflecting the River, the Land and the People…

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As our team develops the colour palette for the Wanapum Heritage Center we strive to create an ambience which represents the Wanapum.  To choose these we look at traditional and contemporary regalia, as well as the river, the hills, the earth, the stone… and of course, the plants.  Amy and Tom create options of colour […]

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