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  • 2011-01-07 12:22

    The Master of Applied Arts (MAA) professional degree prepares students to engage in the expanding fields of design, media and visual arts within the cultural and creative economies. These programs are designed to facilitate interaction between students and faculty in a supportive atmosphere of collaboration that encourages investigation of critical thinking in both traditional approaches and innovative, hybrid forms of production. While there are three streams of study, interdisciplinary practice is something that is both supported and encouraged within all areas of the program.

  • 2011-01-06 11:16

    Emily Carr's Master of Applied Arts (MAA) program offers concentrated study in Design, Media and Visual Arts. Students can choose to study full-time or through our Low Residency Program, which consists of online courses and Summer Intensive residencies.

    Applications are being accepted until January 15, 2011. Find more about the MAA program and how to apply.

  • 2011-01-05 10:34

    Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Emily Carr Students' Union are pleased to announce that the U Pass BC Program will be introduced to Emily Carr students beginning in January 2011.

    The U Pass BC program is an integrated comprehensive transportation package that provides students in Metro Vancouver with universal, accessible and affordable access to public transit and other sustainable transportation programs. It is a mandatory program for all members of the Emily Carr Student Union and costs $30 per month ($120 per semester). The program was approved via student referendum in October 2010.

    The January 2011 U Pass BC will be distributed as follows:

  • 2011-01-05 10:32

    Centre A is pleased to present i can see your underwear; a new site-specific installation by Vancouver based artists Natalie Purschwitz (01) and Kelly Lycan. Focusing on a ubiquitous but ideologically charged material—plastic—the artists will examine the relationship between material culture and mythology. During a three-month production residency, the artists have accumulated and arranged a vast array of plastic materials that are being re-activated as installations.

  • 2011-01-04 16:07

    For the series In ConversationKevin Hubbard (10) undertakes a formal discussion with artistic notions seemingly "lost" to the past in order to determine their contemporary and future importance. Employing art-historical and corporate iconography, as well as recurring motifs particular to his practice, the works investigate the purpose, personas, and places of artistic production and how they are transmuted through time.

  • 2011-01-04 12:10

    Nora Curiston (07) created a permanent outdoor sculpture entitled Tied Down Rock at the Wells Arts Festival in Wells, BC during the summer of 2010. As well, Nora held a solo exhibition at Langham Gallery in Kaslo, BC, entitled Colour. Light. in November and December 2010.

    Slideshows of Tied Down Rock and Colour. Light. can be seen at Nora was also featured in the winter issue of Route 3, a lifestyles magazine serving communities along Highway 3 in the BC Southern Interior and the Kootenays.

  • 2011-01-04 11:09

    Yu-Hang Huang (06) creates errant spaces. She embodies the architectures associated with the “national,” the “monumental” and the “sentimental” and takes them out for a walk. De-territorialized in space, she subverts the notion that identity and territory can be adequately entangled in a politics of belonging that creates an entity called “home.” Rather, what is suggested is that a historical amnesia exists that is inconsistent with the narrative of the imaginary nation that is bordered and contained.

    Yu-Hang’s show provokes a different kind of image, one that exists alongside the imaginary narrative of the nation, but that counter-acts its determinable historicity. These are narratives that are out of step with time, and not always of the same place.

  • 2011-01-01 18:47

    If “art is in the eye of the beholder”, then surely it can be said that vision lies in the soul of the artist. And so it was with Caroline, a reserved young woman who had a passion for art and a love for peaceful colour blended in tranquil landscape scenes. At an early age, Caroline demonstrated an exceptional talent winning regional art awards and showing her work in museums, galleries and exhibitions in California, London and Paris.

    At age 17, Caroline passed away tragically, but her artistic legacy lives on through the Caroline Victoria Coldicutt Arts Foundation (CVCAF), a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting student artists in need.

  • 2010-12-22 11:19

    On December 1, 2010, Myron Campbell (MAAMA candidate) was awarded Interactive Designer of the Year at the Canadian New Media Awards Gala held in Toronto. Myron’s multimedia ‘storytelling’ includes work on Switch United’s award-winning interactive installations for the 2010 Olympics – the 110 foot Digital Gateway and the Curious Tree multi-touch digital cube projects.

  • 2010-12-21 11:03

    Pierre Leichner’s (07) Concordia University MFA show and defense was held November 19, 2010, in Montreal at the Hopital Louis H Lafontaine via a series of installations with altered books and paper cast objects titled Le DSM – IV, Rerevisé et Autres Livres Détournés (DSM : Manuel Diagnostique et Statistique des Troubles Mentaux).

    This has led to Pierre being offered the first artiste en residence in the Départment of Psychiatrie of the Université de Montréal and a presentation at the upcoming conference on Arts and Society in Berlin.

    Congratulations, Pierre.

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