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  • 2014-05-26 09:03

    David Lin's ('13) public installations, Cicadas are now on display at the Xinying Cultural Centre in the southern city of Tainan, Taiwan.

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  • 2014-05-21 15:55

    Ellen Tahatakis | Mark - Making
    Library Window Gallery
    May 21 - June 6, 2014

    ECU Receptionist
    ECU Alumni 1982

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  • 2014-05-16 08:15

     

    Our largest sponsorship EVER kicks off The Show at Emily Carr 2014

    The Emily Carr community, and those who enjoy the exciting cultural events we host, received an incredibly generous sponsorship gift recently from RBC Wealth Management. This gift means that not only will this year’s graduation exhibition be delivered and brilliantly supported (on from May 4th through 18th), but for the next five years all Emily Carr events will be backed by this presenting sponsorship.

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  • 2014-05-15 12:59

    In 1981, Kate Bush and David Bowie rented a secluded mansion in a remote part of England to work on an album together. Over the course of one month, these two iconic figures lived and worked together, away from the limelight and pressures of their lives. Little is known of what became of this collaboration. Neither of them has ever spoken publicly about what happened during this time. Any recordings they made have never been heard.

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  • 2014-05-15 00:00

    News + Happenings from our Community

    MAY 2014  |  ISSUE 22

    In this edition of our newsletter:

    • What's The Big Idea?
    • $100,000 Sponsorship from RBC Wealth Management opens The Show
    • WATCH! Alumni Stories | Etienne Zack
    • $20,000 Awarded to Graduating Students
    • New! Emily Carr University Alumni Website

     

    What's The Big Idea?

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  • 2014-05-14 10:11

    Internationally acclaimed visual artist Etienne Zack graduated from the painting program in 2000. His work uses fictitious possibilities and historical moments that are staged into paintings reminiscent of fabricated environments.

    The annual Emily Award program is a celebration of the outstanding achievements of a member of the University alumni whose endeavours in the arts, media and design fields have brought honour to the University.

    A recipient of the prestigious RBC Painting Competition (2005), Etienne received the 2008 City of Montreal's Pierre-Ayot prize, and had his inaugural solo exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art of Montreal, Canada in 2010.

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  • 2014-05-07 12:44

    CREATIVITY IS OUR GREATEST NATURAL RESOURCE | Help build our new campus at Great Northern Way and empower the big ideas that will transform our world to come.

     

    Visit The Big Idea to learn more!

  • 2014-05-06 13:50

    Sessional faculty member David Khang ('00) will present his ongoing series of site-specific work titled Wrong Place / Mauvais Endroit / Lugar Incorrecto / 틀린 장소 (2007 - ongoing)

 at A Space Gallery in Toronto from May 16 to June 14, 2014.

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  • 2014-05-06 09:59

    The prestigious $25,000 Joseph Plaskett Award for 2014 will be awarded in Vancouver to Collin Johanson (‘04). Johanson will be presented the eleventh Joseph Plaskett Award at a reception taking place at Equinox Gallery (beside the site of the future Emily Carr Campus) from 6:30-9pm on Friday, May 9, 2014.

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  • 2014-05-05 14:04

    Polychrome Fine Art is presenting the second solo show of Canadian artist Ingrid Mary Percy ('95).

    Colourful, abstract, painted wood and paper surfaces are dissected and sliced into micro-stripes and reconstituted into cropped and ordered, hard-edge two dimensional and sculptural emblems. Pushed together to live with each other, the painterly bands are coerced into visual interplay that are charming and lush as well as awkward and discordant: characteristics that are allegorical of most beautiful relationships.

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