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  • 2014-10-17 14:25

    TEDxVancouver is taking place this week, and along with the usual roster of fantastic speakers, you'll find a number of artworks, including live painting by our talented alumni, students and staff. 

  • 2014-10-16 08:38

    To be beside yourself. To think of others, besides yourself. To feel outside yourself. We are in interaction with an affective field, the body a surface of intensities, the brain translating these, at times, as emotions or feelings.

    Artworks have the capacity to move us, and artworks contain much that resists interpretation. The ‘emotional turn’ in art might stem from the realization that the experience of the body means something, especially in its connection to the surrounding world – how relations between things, object, beings, and events, assemblages of materials and entities external to ourselves, have potential for sparking new affective relations.

  • 2014-10-15 18:27

    Continuing Studies instructor and studio technician, Shinsuke Minegishi's ('98) print work will be presented at Art Toronto, the Open Studio Print Sales Gallery. Curated by Astrid Ho, Print Sales Manager and Archivist, this exhibition features original prints by Canadian artists, reflecting the national scope of this contemporary printmaking centre.

  • 2014-10-13 21:00

    A new series of interactive stories made with handcrafted stop-motion is now featured on iTunes as the colourful characters from the popular children’s book series Windy & friends, leap into the virtual world. Created for young children, the 10-part series of interactive story apps will be released throughout the year.

  • 2014-10-10 15:10
    In conjunction with the exhibition: Emily Carr and Landon Mackenzie: Wood Chopper and the Monkey on view at the Vancouver Art Gallery (through April 6, 2015), Professor Landon Mackenzie presents an illustrated artist talk Tuesday, October 14 at 7pm, (free with museum entrance).
    Professor Mackenzie will discuss her decisions to select certain extraordinary Emily Carr pictures for her Wood Chopper and the Monkey exhibition and to fill in the gaps with many years of her own work in painting from 1981-2014 including the Mapping Trilogy and The Structures
  • 2014-10-10 09:17

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

  • 2014-10-07 10:35

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

  • 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.

  • 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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