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  • 2017-03-22 13:21

    The TEDxECUAD event will be streamed live, screening the MoCap Studio, North Building, Saturday, March 25, beginning at 5:45pm.

    Tickets are free and offered first-come, first-served to all Emily Carr students, faculty, staff and alumni. This is a great chance to watch the talks in real time while connecting with others if you weren't able to get a ticket to the main event.

  • 2017-03-15 17:34

    Please join us in celebrating this collection of new work: Vanessa Grondin, Lexical Julia Dahee Hong, A Reasonable Request Alysa Hullett, Tiny Alligator Keagan Perlette, Prayers and Blasphemies W.

    Wednesday, March 22, 2017
    Doors 7pm, Readings 7:30pm

  • 2017-02-28 17:37

    Third-year undergraduate design students are invited to apply for the 2017 Ecological Design Award. This year's award is valued at approximately $500. To be eligible, the successful applicant or applicants will refer to specific work or projects that:

  • 2017-02-20 16:21

    Shinsuke Minegishi, is holding a solo exhibition entitled recurring cycles at Vernon Public Art Gallery. The exhibit runs from March 16 to May 17, 2017, with an opening reception and artist talk on Thursday, March 16 from 6 to 8PM.

    Minegishi’s exhibition Recurring Cycles is a contemplative and philosophical engagement with the universal cycles of the ‘beginning’ and the ‘end’ transposed to human lives, births and deaths of people, namely Minegishi’s close family members and friends. As he points out, the exhibition Recurring Cycles is based on his life experiences and reflection on the cyclical nature of a universal phenomenon. 

  • 2017-02-19 22:17

    Scott Mallory (MAA ‘17) was selected to attend TEDGlobal 2017: Builders. Truth-tellers. Catalysts. in Arusha, Tanzania this August.

    It is an annual four-day TED conference “celebrating ingenuity by exploring ideas, innovation and creativity from all around the world.” As Licensee and Founder of TEDxECUAD, he will participate in a special TEDx workshop hosted the day before the event for building community and creating TED-like experiences through future TEDx Talks events. In addition to live TED Talks, the event involves other community workshops, local tech clusters, social enterprises and art spaces.

  • 2017-02-16 14:03

    Frank Lewis (posthumous) was one of four inductees into the Oak Bay Fine Arts Hall of Fame in February 2017.

    Mr. Lewis was born in Winnipeg in 1932, but moved to Victoria at the age of 14. He attended the Vancouver School of Art, during which time he learned from artists such as Jack Shadbolt, Gordon Smith, Arthur Erickson and Donald Jarvis.

    He earned acclaim for his professional illustration work and was featured in the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators Show in 1963. In the late sixties his painting began to change and evolve on a larger scale, as witnessed on the construction fence of the Vancouver Court House.

  • 2017-02-02 18:40

    Opus Art Supplies has opened a new location In Coquitlam to help serve Emily Carr University students living in the Burnaby-New Westminster-Coquitlam triangle. Located near IKEA at 953 Brunette Avenue, the Coquitlam store has all the products and services you would expect in an Opus store, plus free parking and easy transit accessibility.

    Emily Carr students receive the preferred student discount at all seven Opus locations upon presentation of their ECU Student Card.

    Coquitlam Store Hours:

  • 2017-02-01 17:12

    As part of Canada On Screen, The Cinematheque presents a free screening of MANUFACTURED LANDSCAPES (2006), Jennifer Baichwal’s award-winning profile of celebrated Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky, preceded by Colin Low's NFB milestone, CORRAL (1954) on Wednesday, February 8 at 7pm.

  • 2017-01-30 14:53

    Living Labs and the Aboriginal Gathering Place are pleased to welcome artist-in-residence Kim Stewart to Emily Carr in February as a part of our ongoing series Along a North-South Axis, presented in partnership with Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, BC.

    Future Self: The Creative Transformation of a Pop Culture Indian | Artist Talk with Kim Stewart

    Wednesday, February 22 at 11:30am
    Emily Carr Aboriginal Gathering Place – All Welcome
    Open studios daily from February 21 to 25, 2017

  • 2017-01-28 00:00

    Celine Hong (third year Industrial Design) was selected as the student speaker for the inaugural TEDxECUAD, an independently run TED event taking place March 25, 2017 at Emily Carr University. She will join the global voice of TEDx, which as one of the largest media channels consists of 90,000 talks and has crossed half a billion views in 1 year for the first time.

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