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  • 2014-10-10 09:17

    We're incredibly proud to share news of Judson Beaumont's ('85) 2014 BC Creative Achievement Award of Distinction.

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  • 2014-10-07 10:35

    Faculty, staff and students now have unrestricted 24/7 web-based access to the entire lynda.com collection of training videos. Login using your Emily Carr ID and password. Access to lynda.com can be found several ways:

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  • 2014-10-04 09:16

    Jason Cusator ('06) will be holding his first solo exhibition, This Exists. The Canadian artist spent his youth growing up in rural BC and the Yukon and took to art at a young age, finding it a grounding escape in periods of change and uncertainty. Working primarily in acrylic and oil on non-figurative abstract paintings, his work is at times dark with an undertone of vibrancy, all the while remaining playful. For Jason, abstract allows for the expression of what cannot be articulated in other mediums.

    This Exists
    434 Columbia Street, Vancouver BC
    September 30 - October 12 | 11am-7pm daily (6pm on Sundays)

  • 2014-10-02 16:04

    Lecturer Phil Smith has a major article included in the critical anthology Faulkner and Film published this month by the University Press of Mississippi.

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  • 2014-10-02 07:51

    Emily Carr alumna Tiziana La Melia ('08) received the distinguished $25,000 RBC Canadian Painting Competition award Wednesday, October 1, 2014, for her work, Hanging onto the part. The award, now in its 16th year,  is one of the largest in Canada and recognizes emerging artists.

    Tiziana's work, along with the two runner-up winners, will now become a part of the RBC Corporate Art Collection, which currently numbers more than 4,000 pieces.

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  • 2014-10-01 10:43

    Wendi Copeland's ('10) recent collection of artwork will be on exhibit at the new Mergatroid Gallery located at 1161 Parker Street in Vancouver.

    Wendi studied at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and holds a BFA from Emily Carr University. She has attended artist residencies in New York, Vermont and Banff and has exhibited in Chicago, New York and Vancouver.

    The exhibit takes place as follows:
    Thursday and Friday, October 2 + 3 | 4 to 7pm
    Saturday and Sunday, October 4 + 5 | 11am to 4pm

  • 2014-10-01 10:36

    Pierre Leichner ('07) will be exhibiting his work at an art exhibit at the Innovation & Integration in Eating Disorders Public Forum on the weekend of October 4th. "I am already enough" includes participants from provinical eating disorder programs.

  • 2014-10-01 09:04

    The 2014 Mayor’s Arts Awards have been announced and will take place October 7 at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.

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  • 2014-09-30 16:31

    Q&A on Fall Projects with Health Design Lab Director, Jonathan Aitken

    We asked Jonathan Aitken to give us a sneak peek at what's on Health Design Lab's agenda for the academic year - a number of projects here are just announced!

    Follow HDL's news at research.ecuad.ca or connect with them via email to make inquiries about partnership and participation opportunities.

     

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  • 2014-09-30 15:25

    Heartfelt thanks...to all who organized, spoke, sponsored, attended and enjoyed The Comeback 2014!

    We are tremendously pleased to report that The Comeback 2014 brought close to 2,000 visitors to the Emily Carr campus over three days!

     

    “We represent so many talented and creative alumni who are building careers, companies, and culture, here in Vancouver and around the world,” says Dave Humphrey, President, Emily Carr Alumni Association. “This is an amazing opportunity to connect, celebrate success, and welcome them back to campus.”

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