Identity

Identifier

GB3451/OC/2101/A/2/2/5

Local Identifier(s)

OC/2101/A/2/2/5 (local reference number)

Creator(s)

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) (is accumulator of)

Date(s)

2004-2005 ()

Access status

Accessible on site

Content

Scope and Content

Reports evaluating the progress of the the Creative Diversity: Greater Manchester (CD:GM) project between Mar 2004-Feb 2005. 

Record Resource Extent

107.KB (3 digital files)
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History

This record set represents folder 'David - Breathe Folder\CDGM_2010_12_18_1625.7z\End of Yr2 - march04 - feb05' which was held in a back-up of files managed by the Residency Coordinator, (ACC/2021/1). 

Management and Use

Conditions of Access

Some of the documents in this set are closed to the researchers as they contain personal information on artists who were involved in the scheme. Low resolution versions of records from this series are available through the online catalogue for personal non-commercial use if they are the copyright of the Centre and have been previously publicly available. Accessible surrogates of the records is accessible to researchers by appointment in the CFCCA archive and library searchroom unless prohibited under the Data Protection Act 2018.

Conditions of Use

Records within this series which are copyright of the CFCCA are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License, unless restricted by other legislation. Records created by other creators are not available online unless we have the permission of the copyright holder.

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) (is accumulator of)
Hancock, David, artist (is or was manager of)

Related Events

Creative Diversity : Greater Manchester (CD:GM), (2003-2006) (results or resulted in)

Related Terms

File (has record set type)
Creative Diversity : Greater Manchester (CD:GM), (2001-2005) (is related to)
Accessible on site (has access status)

Notes

Note

This record set was created in 2021 as part of the 'Multicultural Heritage at the Crossroad: Organisational Resilience, Institutional Archive and Multicultural Voices' project with support from London Metropolitan University.

Rules or conventions

Our archival collections have been catalogued following the International Standard of Archival Description (ISAD(G)) and principles of Records in Context (RiC). The library collection has been documented following the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) standard and the International Standard for Bibliographic Description (ISBD).