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Aganetha Dyck fonds Series
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Consists of a photograph album, a ceramic award, a pin back button, and a case with a bee and a honeycomb.


Books belonging to Aganetha Dyck, including books used for the research of bees, as well as artistic research. Some books were written by people she worked with. The rest either concern her work directly or in some way feature her or her work.


Dyck`s correspondence with individuals and institutions. Files contain letters, emails, as well as postcards, and greeting cards.

Exhibitions and Residencies

Documents relating to work done by Dyck over the course of her career as an artist. Organized by event in chronological order. Files contain correspondence, flyers, financial documentation, reviews, and miscellany related to particular events.

Grants and Awards

Contains documents relating to awards Dyck won over the course of her artistic career. This includes textual records such as certificates, invitations letters and documentation. Also includes the Governor General`s Award a glass and metal sculpture.


Physical images relating to Dyck`s artistic career, including photographs, negatives, and slides relating to her career as an artist.


Contains VHS tapes containing her work with bees and a few of her exhibitions. Also Contains DVDs and CDs which hold many of her appearances on film and other images. Series also has two floppy disks, an audio cassette and a memory stick, all mostly containing images.

Oversize Documents

One large folder containing posters from exhibitions and shows, newspapers, newsletters, and newspaper clippings that relate to Aganetha Dyck’s artistic work, and floor plans for her exhibitions.


Publications relating to Dyck. Includes magazines she used for research or was featured in, including press release dossiers, and art books which she contributed to or was the focus of. Also contains fliers and pamphlets to shows and exhibitions which she was involved with.


Research done by Aganetha Dyck predominantly on honeybees. Includes poems, newspaper clippings, photocopies, and journal articles.