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  • 2017-12-29 00:09

    Scott Mallory (Sessional Faculty, MFA '17) gave a talk at TEDxAbbotsford on September 23, 2017. In this artistic demonstration entitled "How to See Like an Artist" he talks about the power of rhythm across art forms like painting, music, filmmaking and virtual reality.   

  • 2017-12-18 12:41

    The Richmond Public Art Program, in partnership with Engineering and Public Works, invites professional artists residing in Canada to submit proposals for sewer access cover designs.

    Two artists or artist teams will be selected. This is an excellent opportunity for artists working in two-dimensional media including drawing, printmaking, illustration and graphic design.

    The sewer access covers will be installed throughout the City of Richmond to replace decommissioned covers and for new infrastructure and building developments. All information about the project is contained herein.

    Artist Budget: Up to $2,500 CAD, each

    Eligibility: Artists residing in Canada

    Deadline Extended: Thursday, January 31, 2017, 5pm PST

  • 2017-12-15 17:02

    2167, An Indigenous VR Project: 3 days only. Tuesday - Thursday, December 19 - 21

    grunt gallery
    #116 - 350 East 2 Avenue
    Vancouver, BC
    V5T 4R8
    Phone: 604 875 9516
    Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, Noon-5pm

    Artists: Danis Goulet, Kent Monkman, Scott Benesiinaabandan and the interdisciplinary arts collective Postcommodity.

    Produced by imagineNATIVE, TIFF, Pinniguaq, Indigenous Futures (IIF)

    Opening Party: December 21, 2017 7pm - late imagineNATIVE, in partnership with TIFF, Pinnguaq and the Initiative for Indigenous Futures (IIF), present 2167, an innovative virtual reality and immersive media project.

  • 2017-12-05 22:56

    December 7th | 5pm

    This iconic exhibition is a reinterpretation of Harold Szeeman’s exhibition Live In Your Head through five diverse projects.

    The exhibitions are dispersed throughout the school at the following locations:

  • 2017-12-01 13:32

    We are happy to present our first student led exhbition in the Michael O'Brian Exhibition Commons- Exchanging Numbers.

    Located just outside the AGP you will find the work of 29 Emily Carr students who, in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017, studied at one of our 70 partner institutions around the globe.

    We welcome them back with their diverse creative responses and experiences while on exchange. Visit the gallery daily until December 7th 2017 to see their work.

  • 2017-11-24 12:18

    Documentary AMPLIFY HER Coming to the Rio Theatre with Two Back-to-Back Screenings Official Trailer 

    Recent Audience Responses

    Local filmmakers are bringing the documentary AMPLIFY HER to Vancouver with two back-to-back screenings at the Rio Theatre on November 28th - featuring work from 3 Emily Carr alumini; Kristen Turcotte (animation), Krista Gibbard and Molly AppleJohn (illustration).

    Expect to meet many amazing members of various studios from around town at the screening!

  • 2017-11-22 16:37

    Come on by the grunt gallery to help us inaugurate his stay in Vancouver!

    Join artist Syrus Marcus Ware as he explores his Activist Portrait Series at grunt gallery.

    Syrus Marcus Ware is a Toronto-based artist and activist who is visiting the Westcoast for a residency in Victoria, BC to do work and research with the largest archive of transgender history in the world. Ware, a visual artist, activist, curator, and educator, will be holding an artist talk with us November 30, at 6 - 8 PM at @gruntgallery.

    #116 - 350 East 2 Avenue
    Vancouver, BC
    V5T 4R8
    Phone: 604 875 9516
    Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, Noon-5pm

  • 2017-11-14 20:52

    Hello Ladies, I need your help, more specifically, I need your stories.

  • 2017-11-08 11:43

    Rennie Museum
    Wednesday, November 15 at 6:30pm (doors at 6:15pm)

    The Rennie Museum is proud to announce a Rennie Speaker Series artist talk by Gary Simmons, Staging history through the looking glass of popular culture. Simmons’ work exposes the impossibility of abolishing racial and cultural stereotypes from our shared memory, presenting a balanced, forthright address of racial, social and cultural politics. The artist will talk about the recurring ideas and new developments in his work.

    About Gary Simmons:

  • 2017-11-02 09:13

    Quebec-based Wapikoni's Indigenous youth film and music production collective is bringing a travelling audio-visual production studio to Vancouver for the first time!

    Join us at the Museum of Vancouver for a special screening of documentary and performance based short films produced by indigenous youth and young adults developed from Wapikoni's multi media training workshops. This screening program features diverse short films that engage with First Nations issues and activist strategies specific to the filmmakers communities, including environmental and land protection, independent media development, music and poetry as a site of agency, and community street protest.

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