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Date Range
1984-2020
Collection
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
electronic record
graphic material
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of one poster for the 2020 Midsummer Memories event and one hard drive (Series 1) containing thousands of BVFMS photographs dated between 1984 and 2020.
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Collection
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds
Description Level
Fonds
GMD
electronic record
graphic material
Creator
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society
Fonds No.
AF23
Accession No.
2020.40
2020.7
Physical Description
1 poster, 1 hard drive of photographs
Date Range
1984-2020
History / Biographical
The Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society (BVFMS) is a Smithers-based non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and celebration of folk music within the Valley. It developed out of the Styx River Coffee House, a folk music organization coordinated by George and Norma Stokes in the late 1970s. Marion Rose and Kevin Widen sought to establish a yearly music festival and formed a new organization in order to run it. The BVFMS was officially incorporated in 1984, held its first general meeting on March 19th of that year, and joined the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council in 1985. It has run the Midsummer Music Festival every year since its inception, with the exception of 2020, in which the smaller Midsummer Memories event was held instead. The Festival includes over 30 acts and draws over 3000 attendees from northwestern BC and beyond. In addition, the Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society holds two annual guitar camps for youth and adults, hosts the BVFMS Coffeehouse from October to April, awards bursaries to students pursuing post-secondary education in music or creative arts, and rents out sound equipment and a CD/DVD duplicator.
Custodial History
Item with accession number 2020.7 was accessioned by Museum staff in July 2020 after having been used to advertise the Midsummer Memories event at the Bulkley Valley Museum. It was initially entered into the BVM discrete item collection. Items with accession number 2020.40 were donated to the Museum by Kevin Widen of the BVFMS on October 7th 2020. They were grouped together with 2020.7 to create the Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds on October 8th.
Scope and Content
Fonds consists of one poster for the 2020 Midsummer Memories event and one hard drive (Series 1) containing thousands of BVFMS photographs dated between 1984 and 2020.
Arrangement
The photographs on the hard drive have been arranged by donor Kevin Widen, with each year from 1984 to 2020 having its own folder. These folders typically include a small number of ‘selected’ photos, a large number of processed photos, a larger number of unprocessed photos, and sometimes a collection of top photos for the year. For most years, the unprocessed photo files are named beginning with the year, followed by the photographer’s initials, the film roll number, and the frame number. Scans of the BVFMS scrapbooks are included in some of the folders. Years 1984, 1985, 1991, 2007, and 2016-2019 include a selection of photos used in slideshows as well. See 2020/10/06 Note by Kevin Widen (accessions binder) or the ‘About these Photos’ document on the W Drive for further information on the photos.
Geographic Access
Bulkley Valley
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
Photographers include: Jeanette Brinkman, Karen Durant, Cindy Savage, Stephanie Smart (Martin), Beba Stoyka, Graham Sutherland, Kevin Widen, Gordon Forsyth, Allen Banner, Pierre and/or Lisbeth Beaudry, Cindy Cunliffe/Sleeman, Dave Gillespie, Anne Holtby, Sherman Jaycox, Evelyn Riechert, Ted Turner, Kathy Wagar, Adrian Forsyth, Lorne Clarke, and Doug Koyama.
Reproduction Restrictions
The Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society must be consulted and give permission if the photos are to be used for external publications outside the Museum.
Type of Record
Archival Description
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Date Range
July 2020
Collection
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Scope and Content
Item is a poster advertising the Midsummer Memories events held in Smithers on July 4th 2020.
Collection
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic material
Creator
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society
Fonds No.
AF23
Accession No.
2020.7.3
Physical Description
1 poster (28 cm x 43 cm)
Date Range
July 2020
History / Biographical
The Midsummer Music Festival has been held annually in Smithers by the Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society since 1984. The Festival was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19, but the 'Midsummer Memories' event was held instead, involving pop-up performances along Main Street from late morning until early afternoon on Saturday, July 4th. Social distancing protocols were in effect, preventing large crowds from forming. In addition, a display was set up at the Bulkley Valley Museum with slideshow displays of photos from years past as well as posters, t-shirts, and other Midsummer memorabilia. This poster was displayed on the door of the Central Park Building over the July 4th weekend.
Custodial History
Item was given to the museum to put on the CPB door during the Midsummer Memories weekend, and accessioned afterwards by BVM staff. Originally part of the BVM discrete item collection, it was added to the Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds on October 8th 2020.
Scope and Content
Item is a poster advertising the Midsummer Memories events held in Smithers on July 4th 2020.
Subject Access
Bulkley Valley Museum
Central Park Building
Geographic Access
Smithers, B.C.
Type of Record
Archival Description
Date Range
1984-2020
Collection
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
electronic record
Scope and Content
Series consists of one hard drive containing thousands of Midsummer Music Festival photographs dated between 1984 and 2020. Photos primarily show performers, coordinators, volunteers, and audience members.
Collection
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
electronic record
Creator
Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society
Fonds No.
AF23
Series No.
S1
Accession No.
2020.40
Physical Description
1 hard drive containing 1000+ digital photographs
Date Range
1984-2020
History / Biographical
Photos were taken at the Midsummer Music Festival, which has been held by the Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society every year since 1984 (except 2020).
Custodial History
Items with accession number 2020.40 were donated to the Museum by Kevin Widen of the BVFMS on October 7th 2020. They were grouped together with 2020.7 to create the Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society fonds on October 8th.
Scope and Content
Series consists of one hard drive containing thousands of Midsummer Music Festival photographs dated between 1984 and 2020. Photos primarily show performers, coordinators, volunteers, and audience members.
Arrangement
The photographs on the hard drive have been arranged by donor Kevin Widen, with each year from 1984 to 2020 having its own folder. These folders typically include a small number of ‘selected’ photos, a large number of processed photos, a larger number of unprocessed photos, and sometimes a collection of top photos for the year. For most years, the unprocessed photo files are named beginning with the year, followed by the photographer’s initials, the film roll number, and the frame number. Scans of the BVFMS scrapbooks are included in some of the folders. Years 1984, 1985, 1991, 2007, and 2016-2019 include a selection of photos used in slideshows as well. See 2020/10/06 Note by Kevin Widen (accessions binder) or the ‘About these Photos’ document on the W Drive for further information on the photos.
Geographic Access
Bulkley Valley
Smithers, B.C.
Notes
Photographers include: Jeanette Brinkman, Karen Durant, Cindy Savage, Stephanie Smart (Martin), Beba Stoyka, Graham Sutherland, Kevin Widen, Gordon Forsyth, Allen Banner, Pierre and/or Lisbeth Beaudry, Cindy Cunliffe/Sleeman, Dave Gillespie, Anne Holtby, Sherman Jaycox, Evelyn Riechert, Ted Turner, Kathy Wagar, Adrian Forsyth, Lorne Clarke, and Doug Koyama.
Reproduction Restrictions
The Bulkley Valley Folk Music Society must be consulted and give permission if the photos are to be used for external publications outside the Museum.
Type of Record
Archival Description