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  • The reading room is part of the Degree Exhibition 2017 that features printed matter including but not restricted to: artists’ books, zines, illustrated children’s books, photo books, essays, magazines, design pamphlets, prints, manifestos, grocery lists, and credit card statements.

  • April 12, 2017
    12pm - 2pm

    The students in Book Media and the Democratic Multiple invite you to their end of year book fair and sale. Come see (and collect!) artists' books, zines, anthologies, and publications produced during this final semester at the Granville Island Campus.

    an exhibition of works from

    Drawing Narrative Images (DRWG 309)
    Illustration: Revisiting Narratives (ILUS 305)

    taught by Dan Starling

    Emily Carr University Library Mezzanine
    April 5 - 19, 2017

    Berlynn Beam
    Rachel Malcolm
    Wyatt Scholten
    Edgardo Cruz Marquez
    Pedro Amato
    Yuxi Xie
    Laura Hansen
    So Young Kim
    Jack Kenna
    Hye Min Kim
    Paul Brown
    Molly Goodfellow
    Mwaba Chandia
    Anastasia Suslio
    Yizhen Chen
    Manzhi Zhang
    Christian williams
    Deanna Li
    Laurel Dundee
    Amy Vanden Berg
    Darya Kosilova
    Paige Bowman
    Astrid Dakowitz
    Kimberly Leong
    Savannah Regier
    Caitlin Eddy
    Emily Tuff

  • April 13, 2017
    9am - 7pm

    What is possible when we stop thinking of hope as merely a necessary condition for social/political action, generative thinking, and community building, and start imagining it as a starting point for these same things? What becomes possible when we stop working toward hope and begin working from it?

  • Terreno: Borderland Linguistics Vancouver Launch
    With Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo | Carlos Colín | Lois Klassen

    April 3, 2017, 6:30-8:30pm
    Mezzanine Gallery, Emily Carr University Library
    1400 Johnston Street, Vancouver

    Announcing the Canadian launch of Terreno: Borderland Linguistics (Sylvia Arthur, UK; Lois Klassen, Canada; Daisy Quezeda, New Mexico, editors). This new publication offers an international response to intensifications of migration intolerance, border region violence, detention and asylum seeking.

    Terreno includes art and words by:

  • March 10, 2017

    Join us for a communal updating of Wikipedia entries on subjects related to art and feminism. We will provide tutorials for beginner Wikipedians, reference materials, childcare, and refreshments.

    See our event page for more details. Please RSVP by March 8.

  • Blake Wallace
    January 20 to February 15, 2017

    Anchors, they remain fixed in spaces by the weight of their properties while carrying great burdens. Conduits allocate and diverge energy, often across great distances.

    The function of these tools, mimicked from nature, remain fundamental aspects of our interactions with one another, mentally, physically, spiritually, economically, globally.

  • December 3 - 10, 2016
    Opening: December 6, 4:30pm - 6:30pm*
    Mezzanine Gallery, Emily Carr University Library

    In Memory of... an exhibition underlining December 6th

    With artists Sunroop Dhillon, Denise Holland, Michael King, Yao Li, Alison Fast, Yifei Zhang

    On December 6, 1989, fourteen women at L'Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal were singled out and murdered simply because of their gender. This horrific event functioned as an important catalyst for recognizing and supporting action against violence committed against women. In 1991 Canada's Parliament declared December 6 the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

  • Library Window Gallery
    November 25, 2016 - January 4, 2017

    Jessica Gnyp - Untitled #4 (window glass, photo-backdrop paper, digital photograph, toner print on banner paper)

  • Food for Fines is back at the Library. From Nov. 16 - Dec. 19, if you bring in a donation of non-perishable food items, you can get $2 waived off your fines for each item (up to maximum of 10 items for $20 waived).

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