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  • 2017-02-19 21:17

    Scott Mallory (MAA ‘17) was selected to attend TEDGlobal 2017: Builders. Truth-tellers. Catalysts. in Arusha, Tanzania this August.

    It is an annual four-day TED conference “celebrating ingenuity by exploring ideas, innovation and creativity from all around the world.” As Licensee and Founder of TEDxECUAD, he will participate in a special TEDx workshop hosted the day before the event for building community and creating TED-like experiences through future TEDx Talks events. In addition to live TED Talks, the event involves other community workshops, local tech clusters, social enterprises and art spaces.

  • 2017-02-08 00:15

    The Emily Carr University of Art and Design, MAA program is pleased to inform you of our open studios evening on Wednesday, March 22 from 5 - 9PM.

    Come join us for snacks, art and conversations! 

    Light refreshments will be provided.

     

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1310643555645079/

  • 2017-02-02 17:40

    Opus Art Supplies has opened a new location In Coquitlam to help serve Emily Carr University students living in the Burnaby-New Westminster-Coquitlam triangle. Located near IKEA at 953 Brunette Avenue, the Coquitlam store has all the products and services you would expect in an Opus store, plus free parking and easy transit accessibility.

    Emily Carr students receive the preferred student discount at all seven Opus locations upon presentation of their ECU Student Card.

    Coquitlam Store Hours:

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  • 2017-01-25 14:20

    The Stephen A. Corcoran Memorial Award was created and funded by Stephen’s family and friends to honour his creative and artistic legacy by providing encouragement and removing financial barriers for Emily Carr students who have been medically diagnosed as having a significant and chronic mental health condition/disorder. This annual award has a value of $1,000.

    To qualify for the Stephen A. Corcoran Memorial Award, students will:

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  • 2016-11-29 17:11

    Scott Mallory's (MAA '17 candidate) video work will show at the Museum of Israeli Cinema in Jerusalem at Cinema City complex for AVI 2016 (Art Video International) as part of Hamshushalayim, an annual four-week culture festival taking place throughout the city during December.

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  • 2016-11-08 18:59

    Scott Mallory (MAA '17 candidate) created a custom soundscape for the Mothership (Capsule) sculpture, a collaboration with Jefferson Pinder acquired by the newly opened Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. It is the only national museum devoted to African American life. Now showing for the grand opening, where Barack Obama was a guest of honor, the piece is an abstracted replica of the NASA Mercury space capsule made of wood salvaged from Obama's first inauguration platform.

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  • 2016-11-06 00:56

    Originally created for the TED2016 Conference, MAA candidate Scott Mallory's video work REM will show at the Zhou Brothers Art Center in Chicago, which is dedicated to "facilitating cultural dialogue by organizing contemporary art exhibitions and programs of international scope."

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  • 2016-10-28 10:48
    Almost Seen is an exciting celebration of individuality through portraiture, capturing subject knowledge contained within subtle expressions, sudden gestures, and an ambient uncertainty in negotiations for agency.
     
    Alicia Marie Lawrence is a Visiting Student at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Her style is intuitive and urban, working in watercolour and ink.
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  • 2016-10-28 09:57

    Emily Carr University has partnered with Ten Thousand Coffees to create an exclusive ECU mentorship hub for our students and alumni. With so many talented alumni working in a diverse range of roles all across the globe, building relationships with them is a great way for students to get the most out of your education here at Emily Carr University. A mentor can help you explore your aspirations, gain clarity on your career path, and provide you with a support system as you navigate a career in the creative industries. Whether you are seeking an ongoing mentorship partner or want to keep it casual, the ECU hub lets you connect and network with industry-leading alumni from across the globe.

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  • 2016-10-14 07:53

    Mobilizing the Arts for Community Connection and Change will explore art as a catalyst for sparking community imagination around belonging, trust, and social resiliency in urban centres.

    The one day summit will be moderated by Emily Carr Assistant Professor, Justin Langlois, and features presentations from Emily Carr faculty, Zoe Kreye and Holly Schmidt, along with talks and workshops by artists from the wider Vancouver community including: Corey Bulpitt, Alex Grünenfelder, Carmen Papalia and Ayotzi 68. 

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