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  • 2015-01-19 21:38

    The Way Things Are & How To Be is a two-person exhibition of artworks by Kelly Gough ('10) and Joyce Lindemulder ('12) at the Comox Valley Art Gallery.

    Incorporating works on paper, sculpture and performance, the show examines questions related to female identity, domestic labour, and representations of ‘other’.

  • 2015-01-16 15:41

    Associate Professor Peg Campbell's film Your Mother Should Know was selected to screen as part of the 25th Anniversary Retrospective Film Festival held this past January.

    "Peg Campbell’s deeply personal narrative explores the hopes and fears in mother-daughter relationships. Using archival family footage and current interviews, Campbell weaves an evocative tapestry of three generations of women."

  • 2015-01-15 17:49

    A Stable World That Will Last Forever is a constructed portrait of Vancouver by Krista Jahnke ('09) in collaboration with HCMA | AIR displayed at the Olympic Village Station until April 2015.

    The photo montage is a composition using recognizable architectural elements in Vancouver organized into a new configuration, which allows the viewer to imagine our city within a new landscape and context. By rearranging line, space and forms that communicate the power of architecture within the environment and how people interact with both, the piece is a starting point that invites viewers to envision Vancouver from a different perspective while moving through the city.

  • 2015-01-07 18:32

    Assistant Professor Lorelei Pepi, is the recipient of a Creative Capital award for her interactive installation project proposal, Vigil. This work will engage with people and Emily Carr University resources, such as the S3D Centre.

    Creative Capital is pleased to announce its 2015 awardees in the categories of Moving Image and Visual Arts, representing a total of 46 funded projects selected from a nationwide pool of more than 3,700 proposals.

  • 2015-01-06 15:20

    Eros and Thanatos, the life drive and the death drive. The impulses to eat, kiss, play, love, and live, or to sleep, surrender, die, and rest. They embody our curious attraction to both creation and destruction. In this show, artists Nomi Chi and Pandora Young turn inwards and meditate upon our own antipodal desires, and the morbidity and splendour of our humanity. 

    Eros and Thanatos: New Work by Nomi Chi and Pandora Young
    HOT ART Wet City
    January 8 - 24, 2015
    Opening Reception, Friday, January 9, 7 - 11pm

  • 2015-01-06 15:15

    'Drive In' is a series that was photographed during a 15,000km North American road trip in 2010. The series explores the dialogue between architecture and its environment from a social perspective; of literal and metaphorical structures and the spaces it can unavoidably create around itself. 'Drive In' will be installed at the Main Street SkyTrain Station until spring/summer 2015.

    Krista Jahnke ('09) is an award winning photographer and multi-disciplinary designer. She weaves her interests in photography and architecture to explore the architectural landscape -- how we populate, circulate through and understand it. Along with her BFA, Photography, from Emily Carr, Jahnke holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University.

  • 2015-01-06 12:50

    Associate Professor Harry Killas, has curated a retrospective of films for the Cinematheque that will coincide with a course he is teaching in the spring at Emily Carr University.

    It is time to celebrate the innovative, iconoclastic, often astonishing cinematic, television, and video heritage of British Columbia. Our rich legacy of dramatic feature films, shorts, documentaries, television dramas, experimental cinema, and animation will be showcased in this program, which highlights many of the significant works of the past 80 years by looking at their achievements in new ways.

  • 2015-01-06 11:47

    This exhibition presents a selection of work by Kim Kennedy Austin ('01) produced over the past two decades. The aim has been to highlight the broad aesthetic, intellectual and cultural territory that Austin weaves together into a unique and labour intensive practice. Austin looks at structural systems and emotive aesthetics in the ubiquitous sea of printed matter that is trying to sell us products, religion and lifestyle.

  • 2015-01-06 11:41

    Emily Carr University congratulates Michael Clifford, Vice President Finance + Administration, on his recent inclusion in the CommunityShift™ Class of 2014.

    CommunityShift™ is a leadership development program designed exclusively for C-level leaders of Canadian charities and not-for-profit organizations, founded by KPMG Enterprise and the Ivey Business School, one of the top business schools in the world. A rigorous annual five-day developmental program for 45 of Canada’s leaders of publicly accountable NPOs, CommunityShift™changes the way participants look at their operations and provides a catalyst for change.

    “Watch these leaders as they continue to create value in not-for-profit organizations.”

  • 2015-01-06 10:12

    Alumna Katherine Soucie's (MAA '13) gorgeous upcycled textile line, Sans Soucie, is featured on the cover of Belle Armoire Magazine, Winter 2015.

    The issue includes two articles she penned, From the Studio and Eco Fashion: More than just a trend.  This issue is available at select Chapters locations, specialty magazine stores and online.

    Watch for the opening of Katherine's Vancouver studio later this year. Join the mailing list, to receive updates and info on new work, sales and events. 

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