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  • 2011-06-21 10:34

    The Quirky Elephant concept was born out of the joint partnership between Pacific Centre/Cadillac Fairview and Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

  • 2011-06-21 08:49

    Janice Toulouse (79) is currently exhibiting paintings in Pushing Boundaries, a group exhibition at CityScape which runs to July 2. Janice is also exhibiting at Salon d'été in Paris at Galerie Art Present where she will be attending the opening. Janice's work is also in the exhibit In the Spirit at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, Washington on to August 28, 2011.

  • 2011-06-20 11:51

    New York-based artist Brian Kokoska ('10) has new works featured in Benjamin Bennett's The Future Lies Ahead in the current issue of artUS Magazine.

  • 2011-06-16 10:06

    How to Spot a Wolf is a community video project produced and directed by The Elder Financial Abuse Dialogue Group (North Shore Neighbouhood House), and Lois Klassen (11 MAA). The artists and participants worked together to create a video that would invite open discussions and awareness of financial abuse issues which are faced by many Canadian elders. The impact of the video-making process was also featured in Klassen's work, Word Finding, which was seen in the recent Degree Exhibition at the Charles H. Scott Gallery. This community video project constitutes part of Klassen's practice-based research project on dialogical art projects for her Master’s thesis.

  • 2011-06-15 14:25

    In celebration of their upcoming 10th anniversary,  The Cheaper Show launches a book that will feature essays, interviews and criticism, depicting both the ever-growing art scene of Vancouver and The Cheaper Show's role within it.

    The book includes the following Emily Carr alumni: Patrick Cruz, Colleen Heslin, Heidi Johanssen, Attila Richard Lukacs, Niall McLelland, Les Ramsey, Benjamin Raymer, Dan Siney, and Kurtis Wilson.

  • 2011-06-14 11:40

    RIGHT, a group exhibition, responds to Canada’s lack of a national housing strategy, and specifically to Vancouver’s housing crisis. Emily Carr University of Art and Design student Avalon Mott and recent graduate Katrina Humphries are pleased to make their curatorial debut with works created by students enrolled in Community Projects: The Red Tent Campaign, a class offered through the Faculty of Community + Culture during the 2011 winter semester in partnership with Pivot Legal Society.

  • 2011-06-09 12:55

    Eli Bornowsky (05) holds his third solo exhibition at Blanket Gallery. Over the last year, Eli has departed from his iconic and austere color paintings to explore new structures and a wide range of motifs.

    For this exhibition, he continues his new trajectory of oil painting diptychs and includes a group of works entitled Reading. Originally commissioned by Walrus magazine (June, 2011) Reading has grown into a small body of intimate gouache painting and balsa wood constructions.

    Blanket Contemporary Art Gallery
    June 9 - July 16, 2011
    Opening Reception | Thursday, June 9, 6-9pm

  • 2011-06-09 12:36

    Sessional faculty member Holly Wards interdisciplinary practice is centered on ideas surrounding social progress and political power, and serves to examine the role of art within this. In Persistence of Vision, Holly investigates symbolic strategies of resistance and the use of utopian discourse as a starting point for revolution. The exhibition creates a linkage between contemporary spaces of protest and historical representations of the utopian city square.

    Featuring new sculptural and print work, the exhibition is an extension of her ongoing interest in social engagement and the utopian imaginary.

    June 11 - July 23, 2011
    Opening Reception | June 10, 8pm
    Artist Talk | June 25, 2pm

  • 2011-06-09 10:01

    Are you ready to get seriously creative? This hugely popular month-long program takes place each July and provides an opportunity for teens, aged 15 - 18, to get a taste of full-time art school life. With expert instruction and small studio class sizes, students will discover and develop their talents, expand their creative abilities and critical concepts, and produce and document a body of work for their portfolios

  • 2011-06-06 11:48

    Steven Shearer (93) has been selected to represent Canada at the 54th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2011 (Venice Biennale), from June 4 – to November 27, 2011. The only international visual arts exhibition to which Canada sends official representation, the Biennale is among the most prestigious contemporary art exhibitions in the world.

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