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  • Food for Fines is returning, beginning Monday, Nov. 16 until Wednesday, Dec. 16. Simply bring non-perishable food items to the Library Circulation Desk to receive $2 off your fines per item (maximum $20, i.e. 10 items).

    As well, all cash payments for fines will go to benefit the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society.

    Please note, expired food items and instant noodles cannot be accepted.

  • The Library will be closed on Wednesday, November 11, for Remembrance Day.

    See all the Library's hours.

  • Made for This:

    Loes Veenstra, Aimee Henny Brown, Bernd Kuchenbeiser, Firstsite, Eric Timothy Carlson, David Horvitz and Elizabeth Lebon.

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  • Passages in Preservation: An Exhibition in 3 Parts

    Curated by Adriana Arjona, Justina Bohach, Catherine de Montreuil & Tori Schepel

    October 29th - November 16th, 2015

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  • Comfort
    Artists' Books Exhibition
    Curated by Presley Carvalho, Daisy Cheers, Elise Hendrickson

    ECUAD Library Mezzanine
    October 22 - 28, 2015

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  • Hey! That’s Mine!
    Appropriation & Photography

    Curated by Duncan Cameron, Maryam Farook, Elizabeth Fu and Simone Siepp

    ECUAD Library
    October 22 – 28, 2015

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  • Read the latest entries in our Artists’ Books Research Blog and then share with others! 

    Find the research guide here: Artists' Books Collection

  • Beginning Thursday, October 1, there will no longer be any student storage on the Library's public computers. All files saved to Library computers will be deleted nightly. Please make sure you back up your work using other methods, like USB drives, cloud storage, or e-mail!

  • Tonight, September 24, from 6pm - 9pm there'll be a party in the library with Instant Coffee as they launch the 6th issue of GOOD NEWS after a two week residency in the Mezzanine Gallery. Warning: it won't be a good night for quiet study, but it will be a good night to take a study break.

  • The artist collective Instant Coffee, as part of a two week residency at Emily Carr University’s Library, will publish Issue #6 of GOOD NEWS.

    GOOD NEWS is a small handmade journal produced on the occasion of an event and typically based on one question as a responsive forum. The journal is often assembled in public and produced under tight time constraints, leaving the collective to scramble for content, material and fabrication. For this issue Instant Coffee will develop its theme on the Emily Carr University Campus and use the studio facilities to produce it.

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