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April 29, 2004
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Remembrances of Memorial past... 1975
A tunnel painting contest, held as part of the Jubilee Year Celebrations, was won by Chris Finlayson (L) and Bill Maloney for their painting titled Concerto in Sea Minor

A tunnel painting contest, held as part of the Jubilee Year Celebrations, was won by Chris Finlayson (L) and Bill Maloney for their painting titled Concerto in Sea Minor. Ray Mackie (R) of Extension Services was one of the judges of the contest. Ten groups took part in the contest: Terry Nicholis, Gregg Pretty, Chris Gosse and Lois Brown painted the mural Science Fiction; Youth of the World was painted by members of the Bahai Faith; The Three Stages, a series of paintings on university life, was painted by P. Whelan, N. Miller and J. Miller; Winton Bascombe and the West Indian Group painted Harmony of Colours; Imagination was painted by Karen Sheppard and Donna Rowlands. On the south wall near the Arts and Administration Building, Phonse Fagan, Baxter Elliott and Keith Hillier painted Volcano; Jeffrey Cuff and Peter Earle painted Ulysses Return near the entrance to the Science Engineering Building; and members of the Geography Society painted Around the World in 80 Days. The runner up was a series of murals called Magnification painted near the entrance to their residence by the students of Blackall House. (Gazette, Wednesday, March 5, 1975).


 


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