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  • 2018-01-21 21:06

    Koffi Art Wall

    January 28 2018 - February 11 2018

  • 2018-01-19 15:36

    Join the Museum of Vancouver for the 2nd Built City Speaker Series Event  2017-18: Explore with professionals how affordable housing is being built in Metro Vancouver.

    Find out how the urban design of affordable housing for the "missing middle" can contribute to community building and resiliency. Featuring guest speaker, Gordon Price, urbanist, six term City of Vancouver Councillor and a fellow at Simon Fraser University's Centre for Dialogue.

    Moderated by Gloria Venczel from RAIC-Architecture Canada, these break out workshop sessions will enable attendees to engage in conversations with five housing professionals on a myriad of relevant topics to the affordable housing discussion including:

  • 2018-01-10 13:48

    Geek Girls will having its Vancouver Premiere and first limited theatre run in Vancouver starting January 26th at The Cinematheque theatre. For information on showtimes.

  • 2018-01-08 13:47

    Invitation to artists to exhibit their work in the Zack Gallery.

    Call to artists for our spring Festival Ha’Rikud in celebration of Israel at 70, on the theme of Israeli Music through the years.

    This is an unjuried call to artists of all levels who would like to participate in a group show in celebration of Festival Ha’Rikud at the Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery at the Jewish Community Centre:

  • 2018-01-04 13:53

    Join us as we delve into discussion with our guest panelists surrounding significant job action events across Vancouver’s labour history including: the 2001 Transit Strike, the 2004 HEU Strike, the 2007 Municipal Workers’ Strike (aka Sam’s Strike), and the 2014 BCTF Teacher’s Strike.

    Panel discussion will be moderated by Irene Lanzinger, President of BC Federation of Labour, who will engage with panelists around stories, tactics, and historic narratives aimed at the negative framing of specific workers’ resistance movements in Vancouver.

    Panelists include: Donisa Bernardo (HEU), Glen Hansman (BCTF), Joe Elworthy (UNIFOR Local 2200), and Aliza Navarie (CUPE 391).

    Date: Thursday, January 18, 2018 Time: 7:00 – 9:00pm

  • 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.

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