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  • 2011-03-14 09:44

    Eyes will definitely be raised this year, at least on buses and Sky Trains!

    Emily Carr's Faculty of Culture + Community and TransLink present Art On Transit, a rolling showcase of artwork. The project features 31 works by Emily Carr students, displayed on over 700 advertising panels on buses and Sky Trains around the lower mainland.

    The selection panel included judges from both Emily Carr and TransLink, who based their choices on artistic excellence and suitability for the transit environment. Students received an honorarium from TransLink, and will have their work displayed over a two-year period.

  • 2011-03-11 15:42

    The Winsor Gallery will be showing new works by Attila Richard Lukacs (85). The works will be displayed as part of the Vancouver Biennale.

    For further information regarding this exhibit, please visit Winsor Gallery.

    Attila Richard Lukacs
    May 12 - June 11, 2011
    Winsor Gallery
    3025 Granville Street, Vancouver
    Monday-Saturday 10am - 6pm

  • 2011-03-09 20:02

    The City of Vancouver Public Art Program announced a new video animation by Associate Professor Diyan Achjadi, currently screening
    on the double outdoor screens, operated by CoreVision, at the north-east corner of Robson and Granville Streets. The four segments of the video
    narrative are interspersed with advertising content on the screens.

    In these animations, Diyan's avatar "Girl" encounters the landmarks of
    Vancouver and interacts with them. As she picks them up, they become a
    miniature collection of objects. After landing in Vancouver, Girl visits
    the Harbour Centre Tower, the Gastown Steam Clock, Gassy Jack's statue
    and Science World. 

  • 2011-03-08 09:56

    Navigating Ethical Representation shares the important artwork and community building that was a result of the collaboration between participants at the Dr. Peter Centre, West End (DPC) and Emily Carr students who took a Community Projects course last Fall. The course focused on challenges and successes in navigating ethical issues while representing and collaborating with people living with HIV/AIDS.

  • 2011-03-07 17:37

    Emily Carr University of Art +  Design and TransLink are excited to announce their second collaborative project  Art on Transit, part of their ongoing effort to bring art, design and media to the wider public through transit.

    This latest pilot project will see a total of 31 works by 18 Emily Carr students displayed on over 700 interior advertising panels on buses and SkyTrains.

    This project provides visual interest to TransLink's customers and an unprecedented opportunity for exposure and public engagement for students.

    Featured Artists:

  • 2011-03-07 15:42

    Kara Miranda Lawrence's (10) ORIANA won Best Animated Short at the Vancouver Women in Film Festival, announced Sunday, March 6, 2011.

    In ORIANA, a young fairy entrusted to take care of an Azorean forest becomes mesmerized with her reflection and neglects her duties. Dire consequences follow.

    Congratulations, Kara.

  • 2011-03-04 19:12

    Sessional faculty member Kara Pecknold (MAA 09) will be co-hosting a webinar along with Leslie Speer for IDSA Design For The Majority. The webinar will focus on Design in a Cross-Cultural Context.

    Friday, March 11, 2011 | 10am

    Visit Cross-Cultural Context to register.

  • 2011-03-03 15:42

    Geoffrey Farmer (92) has transformed the gallery at REDCAT (Los Angeles) into both a studio workshop as well as a theatrical space where an assembly of performers and mechanized objects act out a scripted narrative in the form of a sculptural tableau.

    Having started mid-February, Geoffrey is in residence to work on-site and create a new site-specific "sculpture play" titled Let's Make the Water Turn Black in response to the region's social history and Los Angeles' influence on the counter-cultureal movement.

    Geoffrey Farmer | Let's Make the Water Turn Black
    Ongoing to April 10, 2011
    631 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2011-03-03 12:14

    Vancouver Foundation has launched a special initiative--their new Generation Green Awards will provide 20 cash awards (up to $12,500) for environmental projects in Vancouver by young people (individuals or groups) aged 6 to 24. The awards are open to both individuals and groups for projects taking place in Vancouver.

    The deadline to submit green ideas is March 4, 2011.

    For more information please visit

  • 2011-02-24 15:25

    Associate Professor Dennis Burke is a multi award-winning composer and sound designer for film and television with over 100 films to his credit. His work can be seen regularly on network and cable television, film festivals, galleries and commercial theatres worldwide. Dennis has been a professional musician for the past 30 years, performing extensively throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. 

    War In the Mind, a one-hour documentary directed by Judy Jackson will have its world premiere in June 2011 on CBC Television.  Dennis completed the musical score for War in the Mind.

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