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  • 2011-11-14 11:18

    2009 alumna Brianne Nord-Stewart is one of five candidates shortlisted for the The Motion Picture Production Industry Association of British Columbia (MPPIA) Short Film Award.

    The successful candidate will receive a $10,000 cash award from MPPIA, a $5,000 cash award from British Columbia Film + Media, plus in-kind production services up to $100,000 for a short film project to be completed within 18 months after receiving the Award.

    Finalists will compete for the award in a special ‘pitch session’ December 3 with the successful candidate announced at the Whistler Film Festival Awards Brunch, Sunday, December 4, 2011.

  • 2011-11-10 15:07

    Emily Carr’s “Ill’n” Illustration Club presents DECK SHOW, an exhibition and live auction showcasing the students’ styles and voices utilizing the skatedeck as canvas. Skate and street culture have long been proponents of illustration and there are those who create these graphics as a means of self-expression. The result will be a veritable rainbow of solutions with over 100 boards showcased.

    The Fall Tattooing and Artists Gallery
    Saturday, November 19, 2011 |7 pm


    This event is free and open to the public.

  • 2011-11-10 11:50

    “I think, therefore I am.” Is it right to privilege the mind over the body? Third year student Samantha Knopp and Walking Home Projects, invites you to experience the alternative and embrace embodied learning by going into the heart of Vancouver’s beginnings (Gastown, Chinatown and the Downtown East Side). Join Samantha as she highlights the tangible layers of history and the contestations that surround their physicality. Drawing upon her interests in three-dimensional representation, the walk will invite viewers to share their experiences as they interact with the marks of the past, present and future.

  • 2011-11-10 10:51

    Sessional faculty member Shinsuke Minegishi (98), received the Prize of Excellence award at the 3rd International Screen Print Biennale. An exhibition will be held from December 5 to 10 at Japan Artists Association Gallery in Tokyo, Japan.

    Congratulations, Shin!

    For more information, please visit Screen Print Biennale.

  • 2011-11-04 12:56

    Ella Collier (11) and Deirdre McAdams (08) run A-H-, a non-profit, non-government funded artist-run initiative engaged with independent and critical thinking regarding contemporary art in all media. Through providing a space for research, development, collaboration and cooperation, they hope to explore genuinely new dialogues between arts communities and audiences. A-H- invites artists to present works in a non-structured environment, where the artist has free-range concerning space and outcome. In providing a platform for the dissemination of art, A-H- accepts unsolicited proposals and or curatorial ideas.

  • 2011-11-03 18:43

    The Cartiere/Strauss Collection and Dr. Cameron Cartiere, Dean of Graduate Studies at Emily Carr, have created an amazing legacy for an amazing person – her mother Laursel Cambell. The “Laursel Cambell Memorial Graduate Scholarship” has been created to award $2,000 to one graduate student each year over the next five years.

  • 2011-11-03 13:13

    The Port Moody Art Centre, Plum Gallery and Scotiabank present an exhibition by Alison Keenan (08) Street Dance: A Record of Public Performances, Part 2.

    The images in the exhibit are inspired by anonymous people in our urban environment.

    Port Moody Art Centre
    November 3 - December 23, 2011
    Opening Reception | November 3, 6 - 8pm

  • 2011-11-03 12:11

    In an op ed feature to the Vancouver Sun, published November 1, 2011, Christine day, CEO, Lululemon Athletica and Rick Mischel, Senior VP, Sony Pictures Imageworks, weigh in on the importance of a new campus for Emily Carr, and, what it could mean for Canada's economy.

  • 2011-11-03 11:26
  • 2011-10-28 10:19

    Professor Emeritus Sam Carter pays tribute to longtime friend and colleague David Y.H. Lui.

    The pair worked on many projects over the years, including establishing the Canadian International Dragon Boat Festival. David was a much-loved member of the Vancouver arts community and will be deeply missed.

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