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  • 2007-09-11 12:51

    Lindsey Pollard (94) received an Emmy from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences at the 59th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, September 8, 2007. Pollard was nominated in the category Outstanding Animated Program for her work on Where's Lazlo? (Camp Lazlo) on the Cartoon Network.

  • phantoms - P. Roch Smith
    2007-09-07 09:31

    P. Roch Smith's (97) practice engages with the construction of male identity with GI Joe figuring prominently for the past several years. In phantoms, Smith presents a collection of used 1970's era GI Joe's cast in plaster. Covered with a grid of 250 white figures, the gallery space resembles the interior of a mausoleum. Scratches and missing limbs on the figures evoke vigorous childhood play, and serve as an index to activities long since past. At the Access Artist Run Centre, September 8 - October 13, 2007.

  • William Hunt, The Impotence of Radicalism in the Face of all these Extreme Positions, 2006, performance
    2007-09-06 13:39

    Curated by Mark Soo (99), The Presentation House Gallery presents Been Up So Long it Looks Like Down to Me, a group exhibition featuring fourteen internationally recognized artists who examine the concept of inversion with works of art that are literally and figuratively upside-down, turned over, or skewed off-axis. September 15 - November 4, 2007.

    Opening reception: Friday, September 14, 2007, 7pm

  • Sans Soucie worn by Gabrielle Miller for Shared Vision Magazine
    2007-08-31 22:02

    Katherine Soucie, a third year General Fine Arts student, is the owner/designer of clothing line, Sans Soucie. Her experimentation over the last three years with non traditional materials and eco-friendly textile processes has resulted in an extensive body of work for which she has received a number of design awards such as the 2006 BC Creative Achievement Award, and the Circle Craft Excellence in Craft Award in both 2005/06. Shared Vision magazine features some of Soucie's latest work on the September cover.

  • Perfect Sphere/Negative Thoughts, 2007, Elizabeth Zvonar and Mark Soo
    2007-08-29 16:04

    The Visual Arts Development Award (VADA) is a Vancouver Foundation initiative, administered in partnership with the Contemporary Art Gallery, to assist the growth and development of British Columbia's visual artists. The award offers opportunities for exploration in new techniques or processes to emerging or mid-career visual artists and artisans from all cultures who are working in traditional or contemporary media or techniques.

  • 2007-08-29 15:41

    Projets ART45, Montreal, Quebec, hosts a solo painting exhibition by Etienne Zack (00), September 8-29, 2007. For complete details, see the Press Release.

    This exhibition is presented in collaboration with the Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC.

  • 2007-08-23 12:34

    Jeremy Hatch (00), Alwyn O'Brien (05) and former faculty member Linda Sormin, will exhibit pieces in this large-scale exhibition of ceramic installations and sculptures at the Surrey Art Gallery.

    September 15-December 16
    Opening Reception: September 14, 7-9pm | Formal remarks: 8pm

    For complete details, contact the Surrey Art Gallery.

  • 2007-08-23 12:19

    Hors d'oeuvres literally means "outside the work" or appetizers served before or outside of the main dishes of a meal. Expanding upon the implications of this, Chef Hedda Cabbage (aka, Randy Lee Cutler) will serve up food, stories and anecdotes of local west coast cuisine highlighting what is often not digested with traditional consumption. She will forage the landscape and consider the broader implications of food or what belongs to the space and time of sustenance.

  • 2007-08-23 11:48

    ARTS 2007 was presented by the Arts Council of Surrey at the Surrey Art Gallery this past summer. Now in its 23rd year, this juried exhibition celebrates the diverse artistic talents of both established and emerging visual artists. The exhibition featured fifty-seven works by artists from Surrey and the surrounding region.

    Bonnie McKibbin, current ECI student, was awarded first place for her piece Shoe Shells (wax, plaster, string), in the 3-D Works and Fibre Arts category.

  • 2007-08-20 10:58

    IKEA is seeking students who are interested in decorating/transforming small pieces of furniture to be auctioned off in support of Canwest's Raise-a-Reader program. The deadline for finished work is September 19, 2007. Please note that due to the tight timeline, this opportunity will be first come, first serve.

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