Resources | Galleries

Resources | Galleries

Galleries at Emily Carr

There are a number of galleries within Emily Carr University of Art + Design: the Libby Leshgold Gallery, the Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons + Media Gallery, and the Faculty Gallery.

 


Would you like to understand how to put on an exhibition at Emily Carr? See the Exhibitions blog.



Audain Distinguished Artist in Residence Program

Through the Audain Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Audain Distinguished Artist in Residence Program at Emily Carr brings nationally and internationally renowned contemporary artists to Vancouver, creating specific curriculum while supporting the creation of new works. With a flexible model to encourage experimentation, collaboration, dialogue and engagement, the program benefits artists, students and the community at large while enhancing Vancouver’s stature in the international arts arena. Housed within the Audain Faculty of Art, which encompasses three undergraduate majors (Illustration, Photography and Visual Arts), the Artist in Residence program supports two artists per year to live and work in Vancouver for a one- to three-month period, including living and travel expenses, support for production costs, exhibitions and honoraria.

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The Libby Leshgold Gallery

The Libby Leshgold Gallery at Emily Carr University of Art + Design is a public art gallery dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art. Our program of curated exhibitions includes the work of leading practitioners as well as emerging artists, and is situated within an international context of art and design. The Gallery hosts a number of events and public programs alongside our exhibitions, including book launches, artiststalks, lectures and symposia. 

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The Michael O'Brian Exhibition Commons and Media Gallery

The Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons and Media Gallery provide unique opportunities for the Emily Carr community to present its work to the public. Programmed by a committee made up of members of the ECU Community, the Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons and Media Gallery are flexible pedagogical spaces that reflect Emily Carr University’s diverse approach to making.

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The Faculty Gallery

The Faculty Gallery is a space dedicated to the presentation of artwork and research by Emily Carr University’s regular and non-regular faculty.

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