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  • 2010-07-26 08:05

    Deirdre McAdams (08) is the recipient of one of two runner-up prizes for Canadian Art magazine's 2nd annual writing competition. The national competition is designed to encourage new writing on contemporary art.

    The 2010 jurors were Canadian Art editor Richard Rhodes, Toronto critic Sarah Milroy and Calgary curator Wayne Baerwaldt, director of the Illingworth Kerr Gallery at the Alberta College of Art and Design.

  • 2010-07-23 10:25

    PRACTICE is pleased to present Suzanne Fulbrook (10), a graduate of Emily Carr’s Critical + Cultural Studies department. Fulbrook’s work is engaged in the notion of identity as semantic satiation. By employing the tradition of portrait painting and the criticality of postmodern theory, she explores the great modern themes of repetition and paralysis.

    PRACTICE is an opportunity for a single artist to give a presentation of their past, present and future work to their peers in an intimate, supportive, encouraging and constructive atmosphere.

  • 2010-07-22 10:10

    The Continuing Studies Fall 2010 Calendar is now available. Hard copies have been mailed out to returning students, and are available for pickup at the school. You can also download a pdf of the calendar from the Continuing Studies page, or browse the Current Course Listings.

  • 2010-07-20 11:17

    The Public Dreams Society presents Illuminares, a celebration of community, art and light. Artistic Director, Sam Shem (00) promises a re-imagined and spectacular event for all, at one of Vancouver’s favourite summertime traditions.

  • 2010-07-15 09:32

    Switched recently featured an article on Design Concepts: New Explorations in 3-D showcasing artists and designers using new 3D technology, which included the Red Blue CNC by Nick Santillan (10).

    Switched covers the intersection of the digital world with entertainment, sports, art, fashion, and the coolest gadgets for everyday living.

  • 2010-07-14 14:50

    Each year, the Summer Institute for Teens introduces a new crop of young artists to four weeks of intensive, full-time art and design education. On July 5, 72 eager teenagers arrived at Emily Carr to set up in the studios and labs, ready to take on one of the most unique experiences of their lives. From Drawing + Illustration to 3D Design to Digital Photography, the students have begun to explore their passion for art and design, and the experience of studying full-time at Emily Carr.

  • 2010-07-14 13:40

    Message from Michael Clifford
    Vice President, Finance + Administration

    Dear Emily Carr Students,

    Effective September 1, 2010, Emily Carr University of Art + Design will no longer accept credit card payments for domestic tuition

  • 2010-07-14 07:27

    Not Sent Letters & Guests forms public constellations of durational practice uninhibited by the realpolitik conditions of contemporary art as a professional sphere.  Artist Jeremy Todd (06) organizes each event as an extension of his continuous Not Sent Letters project. Jeremy is joined by improvisational soundscape trio Pink Island.

  • 2010-07-13 10:26

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Glenna Evans (4th year Visual Arts).  Glenna, a competitive longboarder (skateboarder), passed away Friday July 9th, as a result of a longboarding accident in North Vancouver. She was an exceptional student who had a passion for the arts, a love of life and a commitment to her local community.

  • 2010-07-12 13:46

    Gareth Moore (04) has been shortlisted for the Future Generation Art Prize 2010. Established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, the Prize is a major international competition (for artists up to 35 years of age), to discover and provide long-term support for a generation of emerging artists, wherever they may live and work.

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