Fonds MS-1094 - Images Alberta Camera Club fonds

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Images Alberta Camera Club fonds

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  • Graphic material
  • Textual record - published

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CA EDM MS-1094

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  • 1985-2000 (Creation)

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2 cm of textual records. - 319 slides

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(1975 - current)

Administrative history

The Images Alberta Camera Club (IACC) began on February 6, 1975 when 44 people signed up for the IAAC in a guest book. In their first constitution the IACC stated their goal was to provide services and give back to the community.

Throughout the years the IACC took part in various community activities and outreach events such as seminars, an exhibit at Muttart, and partnered with charitable organizations. They also produced slideshows and publications using their photographs for notable Edmonton events such as the Pope’s visit in 1984, Y2K, festivals, and sports events. IACC publications and slide shows include, A Day in the Life of Edmonton, Edmonton Focus 2000: Images Alberta Camera Club Millennium Project, and their newsletter Imagery.

The IACC also organized outings for members to photograph various locations and events in Edmonton including the Legislature building, an Edmonton Oilers practice, Fort Edmonton Park, Citadel, Muttart Conservatory, Edmonton Radial Railway, and John Janzen Nature Center.

To align with their goal of “giving back” the IACC used their photography to raise awareness and funds for important causes. Some examples include the “Images of Hope” project for the Hope Foundation, an awareness campaign for the Northern Alberta Brain Injury Society, “Homeless Connect” (taking Christmas portraits for those who couldn’t afford them), Boys and Girls Club workshop, and REDress project.

The IACC is an active photography club with 170 members hosting workshops, outings, and exhibits to align with their three pillars to learn, support the community, and have fun.

Custodial history

Mufty Mathewson was a member of the Images Alberta Camera Club.

Scope and content

The fonds consists of slides from Images Alberta Camera Club's project "A Day in the Life of Edmonton." The project was completed by 51 members of the Club. The fonds also includes copies of the Clubs Edmonton Focus 2000 project publication.

File List:

  1. A Day in the Life of Edmonton [100 35mm slides], 1985 March 7
  2. A Day in the Life of Edmonton [100 35 mm slides], 1985 March 7
  3. A Day in the Life of Edmonton [100 35 mm slides], 1985 March 7
  4. A Day in the Life of Edmonton [19 35 mm slides], 1985 March 7
  5. Edmonton Focus 2000: Images Alberta Camera Club Millennium Project, 2000
  6. Edmonton Focus 2000: Images Alberta Camera Club Millennium Project, 2000 [different cover]

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Immediate source of acquisition

The fonds was donated to the City of Edmonton Archives by the Images Alberta Camera Club via Mufty Mathewson in 1999 and 2000.

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  • English

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    There are no restrictions on access.

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    Copyright may apply.
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    Further accruals are expected.

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    Accessions : A99-47, A2000-157

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    City of Edmonton Archives

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