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  • 2010-11-15 11:51

    The Library is keen to hear your thoughts on their operating hours. As such, they're conducting a 10-question survey to help plan Library service.

    The last day to take part in the survey is today, Monday, November 15.

    There is a daily prize draw (copy cards and books) for completing the survey. Responses are anonymous.

    Complete the survey

  • 2010-11-15 11:14

    Not long ago, the thought of product design conjured images of plastic, steel and wood, but this perception has been rapidly changing – and while it’s true that the traditional materials of industrial design remain essential, textiles have been gaining attraction over the past 10 years as a material with much to offer.

  • 2010-11-13 18:46

    Congratulation go out to Brianne Nord-Stewart (09) who has been nominated for the Women in Film and Television Award for Best Female Director in a Pro Short for her film, Trolls, at this year's Vancouver Short Film Festival.

    The coming-of-age comedy has been selected to screen at numerous festivals and was recently awarded Best Script 2010, by The World Independent Film Awards.

    Winners will be announced November 28.

  • 2010-11-13 18:44

    Honorary Emily Carr Professor, Bill Moggridge, was awarded the 2010 Prince Philip Designers Prize by Britain’s Design Council on Tuesday. Mr. Moggridge is the director of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in Manhattan and designed the first commercial laptop computer in 1982.

    He is the first designer to lead the museum, which is part of the Smithsonian Institution.

  • 2010-11-10 17:10

    Kathy Slade recently returned from The New York Art Book Fair where she presented the ECU Press and Charles H. Scott Gallery's new titles - a fantastic opportunity to see new books, show off the University's books, and engage with publishers, artists, and designers.

    ECU Press' Modern Optical Experiments in Typography  by alum Mark Soo (02) and Tim Lee, received a mention in The New Yorker, (November 10, 2010).

  • 2010-11-08 10:02

    The annual Sumptuous Symposium returns, this year it's covering all things magnificent, extravagant, luxurious and lavish. The Symposium features over 30 artists, including current Emily Carr students Nomi Chi, Brianne Tweddle and Alison Woodward.

    The Fall

    November 5 - December 5, 2010

    Opening Reception | November 5, 8pm
    Featuring 09 alum Brandon Hartley's band, Maria in the Shower. Dress to impress.

    View the Facebook invitation

  • 2010-11-04 09:42

    In Was there ever any domination which did not appear natural to those who possessed it?, Blaine Campbell (07 + sessional faculty) exhibits works from an ongoing series of landscape studies which seek to investigate the mythos of nature in the collective Canadian psyche. Presented as large-scale photographic prints and the beginning of a related sculptural investigation, these works examine the marks and detritus of change, use and exploitation; many exhibit the aftermath of an inherent violence within and upon the landscape.


    Republic Gallery

    November 4, 2010 - January 15, 2011
    Opening Reception | Friday, November 5, 6-9pm

  • 2010-11-03 09:47

    MAA Candiates, Michelle Sound Perich and Lois Klassen, with curatorial assistance by Frederick Cummings, present a collaborative installation, Fancy Dancing, in which tradition, image and material offer the promise of an event.

    "History is the subject of a structure whose site is not homogeneous..." Walter Benjamin

    1612 Gallery
    November 5-14, 2010
    Opening Reception | November 5, 2010, 7-10pm

  • 2010-11-02 10:45

    Sonja Hébert (03) completed a one month residency in Portugal during the month of September 2010. She primarily worked with the gnarly stem and root of a plant common to the locality called Esteva which inspired drawings and installation pieces. During her stay she gave art talks, participated in discussion with other artists and got to experience much of the Alentejo regional culture. Her work and experience in Portugal is shared on a blog she created of the residency at

  • 2010-11-01 14:27

    Emily Carr seeks to ensure a rewarding educational, artistic, and cultural experience for all students, and recognizes the benefits that international students bring to the University. Vancouver is a city that celebrates its multicultural tapestry, and the University offers international students a chance to thrive in its rich artistic environment.

    Coming to Emily Carr means an opportunity to meet people and share your culture and ideas with others. The International Office regularly hosts social events for students, celebrates International Week each November and offers welcome receptions in September and January, with orientations to the University.

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