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  • 2007-08-23 11:34

    Jeremy Hatch (00), Alwyn O'Brien (05) and former faculty member Linda Sormin, will exhibit pieces in this large-scale exhibition of ceramic installations and sculptures at the Surrey Art Gallery.

    September 15-December 16
    Opening Reception: September 14, 7-9pm | Formal remarks: 8pm

    For complete details, contact the Surrey Art Gallery.

  • Kimberly Baker at this year's Graduation Exhibition.
    2007-08-17 10:54

    ECI alumna Kimberly Baker (07) had an article published in the Common Ground’s August issue entitled, Creative License vs. Copyright Law. The article investigates how artists will be affected by Canada’s new Bill C-47, The Olympic and Paralympics Marks Act, legislation that provides the Vancouver Olympic organizers with extreme power over the symbols and language linked with the Olympics. The subject is relevant to artists who incorporate appropriation art in their practice.

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  • 1982 Art
    2007-07-20 10:04

    A multimedia 25-year reunion show from four artists: Jan Bell, Joanna Kobylka, Patricia Maré, Leza Macdonald. Their 1982 multimedia group graduation show at the Charles H. Scott Gallery was a celebration of the close relationships nurtured at The Emily Carr Institute in Vancouver Canada. The women sculpted, painted, photographed and imagined the future of a friendship not yet traveled. Each depicted the others in their individual mediums.

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  • Blaine Campbell's prize-winning photo installation
    2007-07-16 14:28

    Two ECI graduates have placed first in the National and British Columbia divisions of BMO Financial Group's 1st Art! Invitational Student Art Competition, 2007. Photographer Blaine Campbell was selected to receive the $5,000 National prize for two photographic panels titled, "Transient Architectures for New Tomorrows n.

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  • Design Can Change
    2007-07-16 13:36

    Eric Karjaluoto (95), Eric Shelkie, Peter Pimentel (04) and the others at smashLAB (www.smashlab.com) continue to gain recognition for their campaign to unite the graphic design community to combat climate change. To date, hundreds of blogs, forums and sites from around the world have been discussing the Design Can Change initiative, and tens of thousands have visited the site. Groups including ICOGRADA and The Institute of Designers of Ireland have also rallied around the project.

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  • Between You and the Thing Itself
    2007-07-09 09:02

    Robert Arndt (98), Raymond Boisjoly (06), Matthew Booth (06), Heidi Johansen (05) and Kyla Mallett (97) are among the artists particpating in the group exhibition, Between You and the Thing Itself, curated by Dan Starling (05) at the or Gallery opening June 28 through August 4. The exhibition explores the distancing mechanism inherent in photography in a variety of contexts. Learn more at www.orgallery.org

  • 2007-06-19 12:16

    In March, Dori Luthy-Harrison ('05) was elected for a 2-year term as the President of the Board of the Eastside Culture Crawl Society. Among its activities, the Society organizes the annual Culture Crawl which provides studio visits and sales opportunities for dozens of artists and artisans each November.

  • Deadly Exchange
    2007-06-19 11:53

    Melissa Gilbert (06) is expanding her skills as a visual artist. She recently designed the book cover for "Deadly Exchange," a high-action thriller by Geoffrey M. Gluckman. For more information visit the Deadly Exchange website.

  • Nancy Bleck
    2007-06-08 14:14

    Nancy Bleck, alumnus and faculty member, received an Arts, Culture & Design award May 29th at the 24th Annual YWCA of Vancouver Women of Distinction Awards. The awards honour individuals whose outstanding activities and achievements contribute to the well-being and future of the community.

    Nancy Bleck, artist, photographer and co-founder of the innovative and groundbreaking Uts'am/Witness project, has forged deep connections with the Squamish Nation and their traditional lands.

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