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  • 2015-02-25 18:04

    Volunteers are an invaluable commodity in the not-for-profit world. They have passion for the charity’s mission and selflessly share their experience, expertise and time to drive the mission forward. At Emily Carr, Connie Sabo ('03) is a leader and driver in Emily Carr’s expanding list of volunteers.

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  • 2015-02-20 12:28

    For her second solo exhibition at MKG127 in Toronto, Liza Eurich ('10) will be presenting work that: emphasizes negative space, is hollow, has a faceted surface, contains other work(s), is concealed, is layered, has multiple components, is not a multiple, is like a drawing, incorporates text, is stationary, has reticent characteristics, is monochromatic, uses straight lines only, references Agnes Martin, is fragile, consists of more than three materials, is made of ceramic, wa

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  • 2015-02-18 23:33

    Unity Gallery is pleased to present new work by Vancouver artists Scott Bowering and Deirdre McAdams ('08).

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  • 2015-02-10 21:17

    Topographics, curated by current student Dan Brown Hozjan and alumna Zandi Dandizette (’14), opens at James Black Gallery and features work by emerging local artists, Emily Carr students and alumni. This exhibition explores landscapes of the imagination. The artists involved reflect on the wild places that we travel to in dreams or the land that exists beyond the edge of the last horizon. Landscapes are expressed through a multiplicity of disciplines, from painting and photography to sculpture and performance.

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  • 2015-02-10 10:36

    Angell Gallery is pleased to present GAVIN LYNCH: <

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  • 2015-02-09 12:52

    In To Rebel is JustifiedChun Hua Catherine Dong ('11) revisits this dark period of Chinese history in a performative context. “To Rebel is Justified” is the slogan used by the Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution. 

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  • 2015-02-02 16:20

    MAKE RE|MAKE UN|MAKE, an exhibition at the Seymour Art Gallery in North Vancouver, highlights the work of six artists, each working in different media, whose work utilizes repetition as a device to inv

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  • 2015-02-02 15:24

    Coming to the Fire Visual Arts Exhibition, The Talking Stick Festival -- the premiere Aboriginal Arts Festival in Western Canada -- is presenting a diverse group of First Nations visual artists at the Roundhouse Community Centre from February 17 to February 28, 2015. This innovative and contemporary work addresses issues of importance in the visual arts field.

    The 14th Annual Talking Stick Festival is presented by Full Circle First Nations Performance. Full Circle's upcoming Talking Stick Festival takes place in venues throughout the city from February 17 to March 1, 2015.

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  • 2015-01-19 22:38

    The Way Things Are & How To Be is a two-person exhibition of artworks by Kelly Gough ('10) and Joyce Lindemulder ('12) at the Comox Valley Art Gallery.

    Incorporating works on paper, sculpture and performance, the show examines questions related to female identity, domestic labour, and representations of ‘other’.

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  • 2015-01-15 18:49

    A Stable World That Will Last Forever is a constructed portrait of Vancouver by Krista Jahnke ('09) in collaboration with HCMA | AIR displayed at the Olympic Village Station until April 2015.

    The photo montage is a composition using recognizable architectural elements in Vancouver organized into a new configuration, which allows the viewer to imagine our city within a new landscape and context. By rearranging line, space and forms that communicate the power of architecture within the environment and how people interact with both, the piece is a starting point that invites viewers to envision Vancouver from a different perspective while moving through the city.

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