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  • 2017-11-08 12:43

    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 10:13

    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.

  • 2017-10-20 16:34

    Sessional faculty Elvira Hufschmid performs TV drawings at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany, in the context of the symposium “Out of the Blue – From the Provisional to Improvisation”, (October 27-29, 2017).

  • 2017-10-18 14:51

    The Student Art Sale needs your creativity!

    Emily Carr's (legendary) annual student art sale needs your paintings, photographs, prints, ceramics, sculpture, zines, wearable works, housewares and more!

    This year's sale will take place in the Michael O'Brian Exhibition Commons and will run from Friday, November 24th through Sunday, November 26th.

    It's a fantastic opportunity to develop your entrepreneurial skills and make some money for the holidays, as more than 3,000 shoppers attend each year!

    Read up on how to submit here.

  • 2017-10-16 11:22

    The Granville Island Cultural Society invites visual artists to submit a proposal to show their work at the Ocean Artworks outdoor gallery.

    Your work will be part of an exciting formatted changing public art project. Site location is on Granville Island near Ocean Cement. We are seeking a variety of artwork for a two dimensional, outdoor, site-specific work. Your design/art will be printed onto weatherproof aluminum panels with a large format pigment based printer. Successful applicants will develop a design/artwork and collaborate with us to produce a large scale pigment based ink print on aluminum panel. You will be fully supported by an artist's technician for the transfer of your image to aluminum panel.

  • 2017-10-10 15:18

    Ten Different Things
    September 2017 - May 2018

    Living Labs at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, CityStudio Vancouver and The City of Vancouver Public Art Program are pleased to announce Ten Different Things, a project curated by Kate Armstrong.

  • 2017-10-06 16:24

    Vancouver Pride Society would like to apply for a Public Art Grant from the City of Vancouver to work with an artist to create an interactive public art piece for our upcoming Pride Season.

    Grant funding of up to $20,000 per project covers design/artist fees, materials, engineering fees, permit fees, maintenance, promotion and launch of said project. We would like the art piece to reflect the values of Vancouver Pride Society and inspire inclusion, celebration of diversity and community connection.

  • 2017-10-06 12:48

    The Pacific | Libby Leshgold Gallery
    October 21, 2017 to January 14, 2018
    Opening Reception | Friday, October 20, 7pm

    The Pacific, the inaugural exhibition at the Libby Leshgold Gallery, brings together artists from countries in and around the Pacific Ocean. The exhibition considers the Pacific Ocean as a shared and connected space. It explores the idea that although the Pacific is an immense body of water there is a strong sense that it is a space of connection between peoples that live beside or are surrounded by it — that it brings people together rather than separates them. In contrast, much of the narrative around the Atlantic Ocean has historically perceived it as a space of distancing and division.

  • 2017-10-05 17:42

    Artist Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn, who initiated the project, along with grunt gallery staff, Dan Pon and Vanessa Kwan (alumna), will be holding in-person workshops at two community hubs in the Greater Vancouver Area.

    Facilitators will scan images and record stories brought by participants, building a collection that will be preserved in the grunt gallery’s archives. Through a process of community outreach, " target="_blank">The Making of an Archive brings Canadian immigrants into a process of collecting and capturing images of the everyday life of immigrants and their families who identify as POC (Persons Of Colour).

    Drop-in Digitization Sessions
    (Cantonese interpretation available)

  • 2017-10-05 17:34

    The grunt gallery presents a popup exhibition of the culmination of 30+ years of printed matter from the private collection of two of Canada’s most celebrated artists, Cathy Busby and Garry Neill Kennedy. It showcases a selection of posters and artists’ books that encapsulate parallel careers dedicated to social justice, community, innovation and contemporary art.

    October 11 - 15, 12-5pm daily
    Reception | Saturday, October 14, 7 - 9 PM

    Presented in collaboration with the Vancouver Art Book Fair and the  Toronto Art Book Fair.

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