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  • 2011-05-16 11:45

    A Light Touch is an exhibition of new works by Lawrence Lowe (76) and Merrell Gerber (83).

    Opening reception | May 18, 2011 from 7 - 9pm
    May 18 - June 19, 2011
    Firehall Arts Centre Lobby Gallery

  • 2011-05-16 11:21

    Sessional faculty member Holly Schmidt joins Vancouver Design Nerds, Ocean Dionne, Alicia Medina Laddaga and a team of master gardeners for a workshop exploring the possibilities for growing food in the urban environment.

    Through observation, discussion and hands-on prototype building participants create and share new ways to grow food in the city. Small pocket gardens will be planted at Creekside and then suspended on chain link fences near the Grow project site. All levels of experience with design and gardening are welcome and all workshops are free.

    Saturday May 21 – 28 and June 4, 2011 | 12-4pm
    Multipurpose Room, Creekside Community Centre

  • 2011-05-16 10:12

    Sessional faculty member Heidi May has an article in the May 2011 issue of Art Education, the journal of the National Art Education Association.

  • 2011-05-12 10:06

    Congratulations to Phoebe Hua Jin (Third Year Photo Major) and Alexa Kirsten Stroth (Fourth Year Photo Major) who won this year's nationwide photography contest, SNAP!Star based in Toronto. Each SNAP!Star receives a bursary from TD in the amount of $1500.00 towards their studies, and a coupon from Blurb Publishing worth $50.00.

    Congratulations Phoebe and Alexa!

  • 2011-05-11 12:14

    Congratulations to third year student Samantha Lefort - her project, Local Choice, has been selected by the Vancouver Foundation Generation Green Awards! This special initiative provides up to $12,500 in cash awards for environmental projects created by young people 6-24.

  • 2011-05-11 09:55

    Sessional Faculty member, Shinsuke Minegishi, is showing Exhibition of Prints at Galerie Malle in Tokyo, Japan.

    The exhibit runs from June 14-19, 2011. For more information, please visit Galerie Malle.

  • 2011-05-11 09:38

    Greg Klassen, MAA Candidate, is currently exhibiting his photographic work in the exhibit In-Between, at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton, New Bruinswick.

    The exhibit reflects his greatly enhanced communcation with his children and is a collaborative effort with his daughter, Morgan, which began when she was just nine.

    In-Between runs through to June 2011. For more information, please visit Capitol Theatre.

  • 2011-05-09 11:10

    Fourth year student, James Kemp, is currently exhibiting his sculptures at the Hall Gallery. His visceral and contemporary sculptures combine concrete, furniture, ceramics and sheep skin.

    Exhibiting now through the summer of 2011 at the Hall Gallery,  81 Kingsway Street, Vancouver, BC.

  • 2011-05-09 11:10

    Gallery Fukai presents Present Imperfect, Future Tense, an exhibition by Catherine Lavelle (11), Sarah Stein (11) and Kelly Gough (10).

    The dialogue created by the three artists in Present Imperfect, Future Tense questions the choices we make. Attempting to mediate the uncertainties of a complex present, they allegorically reference environmental, social, and economic considerations. There are no answers here, but an unsettling openness—the unknown space ahead is where choice is leading us.

    Fukai Gallery
    May 6 – 28, 2011
    602 E Hastings Street, Vancouver

  • 2011-05-05 20:11

    What do Bhangra, a centuries-old form of dance and music that originated in the Punjab region, and design have to do with one another?

    You'll find out when you visit the Museum of Vancouver's (MOV) exhibition, Vancouver's Bhangra Story. The interactive exhibit was designed by Emily Carr alumni Toby Barratt (96), Pamela Goddard (98), and Nik Rust (96), of Propellor Design, and links Bhangra music and dance with issues of identity, politics, diaspora and life in Vancouver.

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