Fonds F 508 - Conseil Culturel Fransaskois fonds

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Conseil Culturel Fransaskois fonds

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  • Textual record
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  • Moving images

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Private

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F 508

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  • 1962-1988 (Creation)
    Creator
    Conseil Culturel Fransaskois Incorporé, 1976-

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Physical description

38.820m of textual records
81 photographs
45 prints : posters
56 videocassettes

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(1976-)

Administrative history

La Commission Culturelle Fransaskoise Incorporée was a provincial non-profit organization established in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1974. The Commission was incorporated on January 6, 1976 under the provisions of the Societies Act. The Commission's mandate was to promote and develop French culture and the arts in Saskatchewan. The Commission hosted local and national tours of singers, theatre companies and art exhibits; planned and oversaw workshops; offered cultural and artistic programs to communities, francophone and immersion schools and was involved in the production of educational materials. Various federal and provincial government agencies, private foundations, corporations and individual contributors provided funding to the Commission.

In 1980, the Commission, along with other francophone organizations, assumed the responsibility for the Fête fransaskoise, an annual gathering of people from all corners of the province for a three-day festival of song, dance, and theatre.

On January 10, 2000, the Commission's name was officially changed to Conseil Culturel Fransaskois Incorporé. In 2008, the Executive Committee consisted of a president; a vice-president; a treasurer; a secretary; an artistic adviser; a southern adviser and a northern adviser. The general manager oversees the daily operations, along with an administrative staff member, a project coordinator and a program coordinator. Membership in the Conseil is open to all French-speaking artists and interested individuals; any French cultural association that has been operating for a minimum of two years; and representatives from schools, school boards and parent associations. The Conseil currently (2011) continues to operate in Regina.

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Scope and content

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used from 1962 to 1998 by executive members of La Commission Culturelle Fransaskoise and the Conseil Culturel Fransaskois.

The types of records included are correspondence, annual reports, financial records, pamphlets, contracts, constitutions, newsletters, brochures, invitations, plays, manuscripts, posters, videocassettes and photographs.

Records relating to Fête Fransaskoise date from 1979 to 1984 and include correspondence, reports, publications, publicity materials, grant information, contracts, and photographs.

No series have been assigned to the records in this fonds.

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Physical condition

Records are in good physical condition.

Immediate source of acquisition

Various executive members of the Commission Culturelle Fransaskoise and Conseil Culturel Fransaskois donated these records to the Regina office, Saskatchewan Archives, in seven accessions between 1987 and 2001: R87-314 (July 17, 1987); R88-325 (October 11, 1988); R89-266 (June 29, 1989); R97-337 (September 8, 1997); R2000-351 (October 19, 2000); R2001-244 (August 14, 2001) and R2001-279 (September 11, 2001).

Arrangement

Arrangement represents both original order and archival intervention.

Language of material

  • English

Script of material

Language and script note

The records are written in the French language.

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Restrictions on access

Records are open for research use.

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Use, publication and/or reproduction of records subject to terms of an agreement with the donor dated June 29, 1989 and the terms and conditions of the Copyright Act.

To consult the records, visit or contact the Regina office.

Finding aids

SAFA 363 (old guide GR 461) consists of file listings of some textual records and item descriptions of some photographs.

Associated materials

Related material: R-E1515: Poster and pamphlet relating to 1983 Fête Fransaskoise

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Accruals

Further accruals are expected.
Unprocessed records exist in this fonds. Access to these records is unavailable at this time. Please consult reference archivist for details.

General note

Location for retrieval: Regina - Hillsdale; Regina - Maxwell

Conservation

Conservation practices in place at the time of arrangement were applied to the records in old guide GR 461.

Alpha-numeric designations

Textual records: old guide GR 461 (R-1259); R-1080.1; R-1083; R-E3140; R-F25.
Photographs: R-A24934 to R-A24981; R-B12181 to R-B12213
Poster: V. 47

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F 508

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Rules or conventions

Saskatchewan Archives. Archival Description Manual 2004.

Status

Final

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  • English

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  • Latin

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