BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS  

Maud(e) Haywood

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Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts (Diploma 1930)
P.A.S.O.V.A.S.

Maud(e) Haywood was one of the students who entered the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts in its first year of classes in 1925. She was living at 4697 Queen's Avenue in what was then Point Grey, but is now part of Vancouver. She graduated in 1930, one year after the rest of the "first class", receiving a diploma in Design and Decorative Arts.

She exhibited in the PASOVAS group exhibitions in 1930, 1932, and 1934.

Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION LOCATION

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION ARTWORK
1930 Nov. 27 - Dec. 7 PASOVAS   Art Club Exhibition Tile Table
Loan Collection
1932 Sept. 17 - 30 PASOVAS   Club Exhibition Cream Carved Pottery (5 pieces)
Blue Lamp Base
Tall Blue Jug
Three Blue-green Pieces
1933 May 3 - 18 VAG   VSAGA 1st Annual Exhibition Felt Cushion
Lavender and Purple Group
Turquoise Blue Group

References

THE PAINT BOX, Volume 1, June 1926

Pass List - Session 1929-30
   Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts PROSPECTUS for 1930-31.

Clippings

"and Maud Haywood (who is represented) with pottery and several pieces of craft work, complete the show."
      From "Pasovas Club Has Splendid Annual Show"
      Vancouver Province, November 6, 1934


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