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Boat on Heathcote River

Christchurch Documentary Project

The Christchurch Documentary Project is a collaboration between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts to create a documentary photographic record of communities across our city. Each year, photography students from the School of Fine Arts photograph the people and physical and social environment of a community, building an archive of contemporary images for generations to come.
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5
Christchurch Documentary Project
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CCL:Format
English
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1 item
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Collections

Bishopdale, 2017

In 2017 Thomas Herman, Liam Lyons, Elise Williams, Janneth Gil and Lucas Perelini from the School of Fine Arts created a record of the Bishopdale area. The Bishopdale 2017 project was a collaboration...
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5
1

Edge of the East, 2016

In 2016 Janneth Gil, Tegan Hollis-Ristow, and Rachel Pugh from the School of Fine Arts created a record of the seaside communities from Waimairi Beach to Southshore. The photographic images of people...
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3
1

Halswell Project, 2015

In 2015 Ellenor Waters, Nicholas Glen and Mitchell Bright from the School of Fine Arts created a record of the wider Halswell area. The photographic images of people and the physical and social...
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3
1

Inside the Four Avenues, 2018

In 2018 between March and September, Summer Robson, Thomas Herman and Elise Williams from the School of Fine Arts photographed the ever-changing landscape of the central city of Christchurch and the...
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3
1

Woolston, 2019

Between March and September 2019 Annabelle Johnston, Victor Wu and Lucinda Webber photographed the Woolston area. The Woolston project is a collaboration between Christchurch City Libraries and the...
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3
1

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