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  • 2011-09-19 10:03

    The Vancouver Art Gallery and Continuing Studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design are partnering to offer a new Teen Art Group in the 2011/12 school year. This unique program brings youth together with artists, facilitators and curators for hands-on workshops, Gallery tours, and interactive discussions. Join us for the launch on September 22 from 4-7 pm at the Vancouver Art Gallery! Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour, free food, and a chance to get involved in Vancouver’s newest arts and culture group for teens! The launch is free for youth ages 15-18.

    To RSVP, and for more information about the Teen Art Group, contact Amy Clausen at aclausen@ecuad.ca.

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  • 2011-09-19 09:55

    Sean Mills (10) exhibits at the Elissa Cristall Gallery in a solo show entitled Pure Feeling. The exhibition consists of a selection of paintings from an ongoing series of work which first began in 2008.

    Sean’s paintings have been described as process and time based, labour intensive, geometric, white monochrome grids. An understanding of light and it’s interaction with matter are important to how the work functions. The diffusion of light traveling through varying depths of a clear acrylic acts to control the tonality of equivalent white acrylic applications at differing levels within the painting’s surface.

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  • 2011-09-16 12:35

    Great News! Emily Carr's new Mobile App is now available for download.

    We are happy to offer you campus information through your iPhone, Blackberry or Android mobile device. Simply visit your mobile app store and download the free MOX application. When you open MOX, select Emily Carr University of Art + Design from the list of options. It's that easy!

    Have the latest Emily Carr news at your fingertips - as well as important numbers, building information and maps, and a social networking option with the ability to automatically update as friends change their profiles.

    Be sure to download MOX today!

  • 2011-09-16 09:43

    The Surrey Art Gallery presents Finding Correspondences, featuring work by sessional faculty member Mark Neufeld (97), current fourth year student Emilio Rojas and Tony Romano (01).

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  • 2011-09-15 15:23

    Current fourth year student Emilio Rojas was selected to perform in the 12th Annual Visualeyez, Canada’s annual performance art festival, running  from September 13 to 18, 2011. Curated by Todd Janes, the six-day festival takes place at Latitude 53 and around downtown Edmonton. This year, the festival’s curatorial theme is worship—exploring facets of devotion, adoration, ceremony, obsession and the performance ritual itself.

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  • 2011-09-13 13:53

    The Arts, Culture and Heritage Advisory Committee for the City of Sechelt invite you to a new speaker series, showcasing Robin Mayor, past- president of Emily Carr, former interdisciplinary and painting faculty Geoff Rees, architect IanJohnston, public art curator Lori Phillips and internationally renowned curator, juror and lecturer Keith Wallace.

    Seaside Centre
    September 17 - October 29, 2011
    Saturdays, | 2-4pm

    This series is sponsored by the District of Sechelt.

  • 2011-09-13 11:45

    Emily Carr is delighted to announce that the alumni/design/husband+wife team of Casey + Ray Hrynkow received Fellowship Status with the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC) this spring. The awards were presented at the National AGM held in Banff, AB.

    Fellowship is awarded by the National Society to a professional graphic designer who, by accomplishment or influence, has made a major contribution to graphic design in Canada. It is the highest honour that can be bestowed by the Society and has only been granted to 64 other individuals since 1960. Casey is the 14th woman to receive the honour.

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  • 2011-09-13 11:45

    Catriona Jeffries Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of Ron Terada’s (’91) new series of paintings, Jack.

    Initiated in 2009 while on residency at the Banff Centre, Terada began the project of painting the six specific chapters from the book Jack Goldstein and the CalArts Mafia that had been written by the American artist Jack Goldstein, before his untimely suicide in 2003.  The book chronicles Goldstein’s life as an artist while at the same time charting the emergence of artists from CalArts in the 70s, and their migration to New York and the subsequent failures and successes of artists from the period.

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  • 2011-09-13 11:44

    The Gam Galley presents Marina Glynn's ('11) first solo exhibition as part of Swarm 12.

    Glynn’s sculptural works are a unique example of skill and craft that challenges the properties of sculpture. The hot-rolled method of working steel allows Glynn to intentionally counteract the material’s solidity by embedding hollowed-out forms in the larger structure, thereby exposing the sculpture’s interior. A shifting play of presence and absence, strength and grace reflects Glynn’s creative relationship with steel, which stems from an artisanal or tradesman-like capability of the hands.

    For this exhibition, a selection of Glynn’s studies on paper have been included to elaborate on the artist’s working process.

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  • 2011-09-13 11:44

    Longing is an installation of innovative, new work by Vancouver-based artist Sonny Assu ('02) composed of sculptures and photographs. The sculptures are found objects now displayed conceptually as “masks.” As found objects they provide the core focus of the investigation undertaken by the artist. Within this context, found is juxtaposed to lost, or an art and culture altered or displaced by conditions of colonialism and European settlement. The artist uses longing to suggest a history reexamined and reclaimed.

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