ECU news

FREE Pallet Coffee Tastings | Help Loafe Cafe choose their next roast

Posted: Tue, 2018-03-13 12:06

Want to know the processes for roasting coffee? Want to try several different varieties? Head along to the cafeteria on Wednesday March 21st between 11am-1pm to enjoy free samples of the brilliant Pallet coffee and help  choose the new roast for Loafe Cafe.

The Big Reveal | ECU Open House Call for Volunteers

Posted: Mon, 2017-09-11 13:29

We need friendly and outgoing people to be part of our volunteer team to help showcase the new Emily Carr University for Art + Design campus!

The BIG Reveal public Open House occurs over two days:
Friday, October 27 from 2 - 9pm
Saturday, October 28 from 10am - 6pm.

Volunteer duties include:

  • greeting guests as they arrive
  • directing guests throughout the campus
  • directing guests to parking areas
  • helping with set up / tear down

We are looking for people who are comfortable engaging with the public that can have fun while doing it!

Vancouver Sun Run - Temporary Road Closures

Posted: Fri, 2016-04-01 09:08

The annual Vancouver Sun Run takes place Sunday, April 17, 2016. As in previous years, there will be temporary road closures in place. Please see the attached PDF and plan your trip to Granville Island accordingly.

For more information, visit  Vancouver Sun Run.

University Closure - Winter Break

Posted: Fri, 2015-12-11 16:22

Please note that the last day the University will be open before the winter break is Sunday, December 20th 2015. The University will re-open on Monday, January 4th 2016.

The closure applies to the main campus and both satellite studios (1535 W. 3rd Ave and the Mitchell Press building).

Happy holidays, enjoy the break!

IN ELSE

Posted: Mon, 2015-11-16 11:24

‘IN ELSE’ is a two person exhibition by Estonian artists Alina Orav (b. 1989) and Liisa Kruusmägi (b. 1988). 

The show features paintings, photos, drawings and sculptural objects created by the artists during their stay in Vancouver in the fall of 2015.

The display opens on the 15th and continues through 22nd November 2015. 

You are cordially invited to the RECEPTION of the show on Thursday November 19th at 6 pm. 

Instant Coffee Good News Launch Party

Posted: Thu, 2015-09-24 11:06

Tonight, September 24, from 6pm - 9pm there'll be a party in the library with Instant Coffee as they launch the 6th issue of GOOD NEWS after a two week residency in the Mezzanine Gallery. Warning: it won't be a good night for quiet study, but it will be a good night to take a study break.

Emily Carr University is turning 90! Join us in the Concourse Gallery on October 1st to celebrate!

Posted: Wed, 2015-09-23 09:52

Come and help us celebrate our 90th year on our official birthday, October 1!

Be sure to read all our stories on the university website! You'll love our visual journey from 1925 to 2015. Thanks to the Library and Danuta Zwierciadlowski for their help and inspiration!

Help Syrian Refugees

Young Syrian girl near the town of Gevgelija, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Photo: UNICEF/Tomislav Georgiev
Posted: Mon, 2015-09-14 11:41

Emily Carr University is comprised of an international community accustomed to thinking globally and acting locally.

Instant Coffee Artists' Residency + Publication | Emily Carr University Library

Good News
Posted: Fri, 2015-09-11 08:01

The artist collective Instant Coffee, as part of a two week residency at Emily Carr University’s Library, will publish Issue #6 of GOOD NEWS.

GOOD NEWS is a small handmade journal produced on the occasion of an event and typically based on one question as a responsive forum. The journal is often assembled in public and produced under tight time constraints, leaving the collective to scramble for content, material and fabrication. For this issue Instant Coffee will develop its theme on the Emily Carr University Campus and use the studio facilities to produce it.

Dr. Ruth Beer | Trading Routes: Rivers, Fish + Oil

Image: Ruth Beer, 2013
Posted: Tue, 2015-07-14 09:23

Trading Routes: Grease Trails, Oil Futures is a publicly-engaged, trans-disciplinary art and research project undertaken in the midst of a liminal moment in Canadian history. In the pursuit of the nation’s place among world energy superpowers, debates have emerged about the benefits and social and environmental risks associated with rapid changes brought about from investment in fossil fuel industries.

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