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The Bikini a Cultural History, Alac, Patrik
1 Alac, Patrik The Bikini a Cultural History
1859957951 / 9781859957950 hc 
oversized hc. Sound clean copy. Extra post may be required. 
Price: 36.00 CDN
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First Fifteen 1937-1938 Rugby, Edinburgh Academy Team Photo
2 Edinburgh Academy Team Photo First Fifteen 1937-1938 Rugby
Edinburgh, Scotland 1938 photograph framed 20x16 
Vintage original framed team photo 
Price: 125.00 CDN
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Stone by Design : Artistry of Lew French, French, Lew
3 French, Lew Stone by Design : Artistry of Lew French
1586854437 / 9781586854430 hc good good 
stone masonry and artistry of Lew French. 
Price: 24.00 CDN
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4 Luchetti, Cathy, Olwell, Carol Women of the West
0917946030 / 9780917946035 

Price: 14.00 CDN
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Marcel Journet signed photo postcard, Marcel Journet signed
5 Marcel Journet signed Marcel Journet signed photo postcard

Price: 200.00 CDN
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First Son : Portraits by C D Hoy, Moosang, Faith
6 Moosang, Faith First Son : Portraits by C D Hoy
1551520710 / 9781551520711 oversized wraps good 
sound clean copy in stock 
Price: 45.00 CDN
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From the Heart: How 100 Canadians Created an Unconventional Theatre Performance about Reconciliation, Will Weigler
7 Will Weigler From the Heart: How 100 Canadians Created an Unconventional Theatre Performance about Reconciliation
2015 0921783604 / 9780921783602 softcover new 
new This fully illustrated, narrative-based guidebook describes an unconventional theatre production that took place in Victoria, BC in 2013. A culturally diverse, inter-generational group of 100 primarily non-Indigenous men and women collaborated with professional theatre artists to create and perform a play designed as a journey through a 14,000 sq. ft. indoor labyrinth. The project was intended as an arts-based approach to promote public dialogue about settler Canadians' relationship with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities; to stand as allies with Indigenous people; and to take some measure of responsibility for contributing to reconciliation in this country. The book details the original vision for the project (including examination of the question "what does 'decolonization' mean?"), and tells the story of the script creation process and performances, with explanations of the philosophical and ethical foundations behind the choices that were made. It is intended for general readers and students with an interest in reconciliation and arts-based community development, as well as civic leaders who can use this book as a model for how to create their own unique theatre production based on the pilot projec 
Price: 24.95 CDN
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