Resources | Galleries

Resources | Galleries

Galleries at Emily Carr

There are three galleries within Emily Carr University of Art + Design: the Charles H. Scott Gallery, the Media / Concourse Galleries and ie Gallery.

 


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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 School of Visual Arts, 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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Charles H. Scott Gallery

The Charles H. Scott Gallery is a non-profit public art gallery situated within the Emily Carr University of Art and Design that features the work of professional artists. The gallery contributes to the cultural life of Vancouver through its on-going program of exhibitions, research, publishing and public events that investigate and promote contemporary creative production. Emphasis is on critically engaged contemporary thematic group exhibitions and solo exhibitions that offer in-depth analysis of an artist’s production.

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Media and Concourse Galleries

The Media and Concourse Galleries are dedicated to the presentation of work by members of the Emily Carr community while the ie Gallery is a new space dedicated to the work of students in the Master of Applied Arts program. All of the galleries at Emily Carr support the University's curriculum while promoting the development of critical practice in art and design.

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