Archival Record



Other Identifiers

OC-D-2101-0627 (local reference number)


2005-10-03 16:51:48 (was creation date of)
2005-10-03 16:53:33 (was last modification date)

Record Resource Extent

323 KB

Scope and Content

Image of the open studio of Stella Lai at the Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester.

Documentary Form Type

visual works ➔ photograph


This record was originally held in the folder: David - Breathe Folder/stella_studio/stella open studio in a back-up of folders managed by the Residency Coordinator (ACC/2021/1).

Access and Use

Access status

Restricted Access

Representation Type

mediated ➔ digital

Media Type

image ➔ jpeg (Exchangeable Image File Format (Compressed) 2.2)

Conditions on Access

A watermarked surrogate is available online for viewing purposes. An accessible surrogate of the record is available for private non-commercial research by request or in the CFCCA Library by appointment.

Use status

CFCCA Copyright

Conditions on Use

Open Studio: Stella Lai, 2005 Sep 22 - 2005 Oct 02, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester. Photography by the Chinese Arts Centre. Courtesy of the CFCCA Archive & Library, (GB3451/OC/D/2101/627). Copyright of the CFCCA & Stella Lai. This record is available for private non-commercial research use only.

Accessible Surrogate Information

jpeg (162 KB, 1 files)

Related Content

Related People and Organisations

Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (1989-) (has creator)
Marketing Manager, 2003-2008 (has creator)
Lai, Stella, artist (has or had intellectual property rights holder)

Related places

Manchester (has or had location)

Related Terms

Restricted Access (has access status)
CFCCA Copyright (has use status)
digital (has representation type)
jpeg (has media type)
Exchangeable Image File Format (Compressed) 2.2 (has file format)
still images (has content type)
photographs (has documentary form type)
Originals (has record state)
mural paintings (visual works) (has or had subject)
open studios (has or had subject)
Breathe Residency (2003-2013) (has or had subject)

Descriptive Notes


This record was processed 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).

Subject terms for the collections have been taken from the Resource Description Access (RDA) values which are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License; the National Archives’ PRONOM online registry of technical information; IANA media types. MIME types; Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT)® and Thesaurus of Geographic Names (TGN)® which are made available under the ODC Attribution License.