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  • 2015-02-09 11:52

    In To Rebel is JustifiedChun Hua Catherine Dong ('11) revisits this dark period of Chinese history in a performative context. “To Rebel is Justified” is the slogan used by the Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution. 

  • 2015-02-05 12:10

    The Conference Board of Canada has released a report, (February 5, 2015) entitled Skills for Success: Developing Skills for a Prosperous BC. This report, jointly commissioned by BC Colleges (BCC) and the BC Association of Institutes and Universities (BCAIU), highlights the occupations, credentials, and skills required by employers for a prosperous BC. This report finds that BC's skill shortages and mismatches cost the economy up to $6 billion in forgone GDP and $785 million in provincial tax revenues annually.

  • 2015-02-02 15:20

    MAKE RE|MAKE UN|MAKE, an exhibition at the Seymour Art Gallery in North Vancouver, highlights the work of six artists, each working in different media, whose work utilizes repetition as a device to inv

  • 2015-02-02 14:24

    Coming to the Fire Visual Arts Exhibition, The Talking Stick Festival -- the premiere Aboriginal Arts Festival in Western Canada -- is presenting a diverse group of First Nations visual artists at the Roundhouse Community Centre from February 17 to February 28, 2015. This innovative and contemporary work addresses issues of importance in the visual arts field.

    The 14th Annual Talking Stick Festival is presented by Full Circle First Nations Performance. Full Circle's upcoming Talking Stick Festival takes place in venues throughout the city from February 17 to March 1, 2015.

  • 2015-02-02 12:31

    Lecturer Phil Smith’s band Corsage has had their most recent release A Procession of Dreams named to The Province’s 10 Best Local Recordings of  2014 list: 

  • 2015-01-30 16:32

    Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters British Columbia and Canada Makes are pleased to announce a new partnership agreement on additive manufacturing. The announcement was made at the Material Matters 3D Printing Forum, held Thursday January 29, 2015.  

  • 2015-01-30 15:35

    For one week each semester, Emily Carr’s Concourse Gallery will be transformed into The Commons. Part prototype, part program, The Commons is made up of a kit of modular parts, including spatial, temporal, and creative resources, intended to cultivate dynamic spaces for teaching, learning, and social gathering.

  • 2015-01-28 16:25


    Establishments, institutions, public areas, domestic spaces, even ephemeral situations carry with them protocols with which we are asked to comply as we encounter, enter, or pass through them. Our contemporary understanding of “protocol” is as “an official procedure or system of rules governing affairs or behaviours.” However, early definitions of the term—a provisional draft, a working manuscript—imply its opposite.

    We invite submissions of recent or proposed work from students active in any and all media, to be considered for inclusion in an exhibition project investigating this expanded space of protocol, collaboratively curated by the students of Emily Carr University’s AHIS 401 Topics in Curatorial Projects.

  • 2015-01-27 21:08

    Gallery 295 has announced Francesca Szuszkiewicz ('08) as its Annual Emerging Curator Exhibition recipient for 2015. Her exhibition, it’s about time, focuses on the works of artist Michael de Courcy, former Sessional Instructor, Department of Visual Arts, Department of Media Arts at Emily Carr University.

  • 2015-01-20 23:52

    Trevor Van den Eijnden’s current work investigates the Anthropocene, our current global geological era born of the Industrial Revolution. These visual inquiries focus on the constructs of space versus place, where the former is a one-dimensional physical location and the latter is the overlapping subjective terrain.

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