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  • 2014-02-24 12:49

    Seymour Art Gallery is presenting Blur, Lucida Lab's inaugural exhibition. Lucida Lab Collaborative is a recent collaboration between Kristina Fiedrich (MAA ’12) and Annie Briard (MAA '13).

  • 2014-02-24 12:44

    Wish You Were Here! is an exhibition of miniature landscapes by Jessie McNeil ('13).

    The dioramas of Wish You Were Here! are of places found within Vancouver’s rapidly developing and re-developing landscape documented by the artist and made into miniature form. The resulting work depicts scenes that may or may not still exist, standing as a record of the continuously changing cityscape.

    As Susan Stewart claims in her book On Longing, “We find the miniature at the origin of private, individual history, but we find the gigantic at the origin of public and natural history.”

  • 2014-02-13 15:49

    Jeneen Frei Njootli, ('12) is included in a special Globe & Mail series, The North, which features a new generation of Arctic artists who push the boundaries of Northern Art.

    Jeneen is a video and performance artist/painter/drawer/photographer/sculptor/producer of wearable art (using wolverine fur, deer hides and beaver pelts, among other materials). Her practice explores the perception of Indigenous people and the complex cultural dynamics that have been brewing since contact with Western culture.

  • 2014-02-13 13:39

    The preeminent guide to city life,Wallpaper* City Guides present a precise, informative, insider’s checklist of all you need to know about the world’s most intoxicating cities.

    The 2014 Wallpaper* Vancouver City Guide features several images by alumna Krista Jahnke ('09).

    An award-winning photographer and multidisciplinary designer, Jahnke's architectural projects have been published in several international magazines and books and are included in the modern architecture documentary, Coast Modern.

  • 2014-02-06 13:55

    Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel had some fun with alumnus Viktor Briestensky's ('12) Dude Chilling Park, in a recent monologue. The piece has made the news after being officially approved as a piece of public art by the Vancouver Park Board.

  • 2014-02-03 12:13

    An exhibition of contemporary photography by Hannah Campbell ('12) takes place at the Deer Lake Gallery in Burnaby from February 1 - 22, 2014.



  • 2014-01-30 10:39

    Be sure to catch alumnus Geoffrey Farmer's ('92) latest solo exhibition, The Grass and the Banana go for a walk, opening at Catriona Jeffries, February 7.

    Farmer is the recipient of the 2013 Gershon Iskowitz Prize, and has a forthcoming retrospective at the Vancouver Art Gallery slated for 2015.

    Catriona Jeffries Gallery
    February 8 - March 15, 2014
    Opening Reception | February 7, 2014, 7 - 9pm


  • 2014-01-24 17:24

    IHRA and Yad Vashem joint initiative opens global exhibit with special ceremonies, international poster design competition's 16 finalists include three from Emily Carr University

  • 2014-01-24 11:48

    Glasgow-based Canadian artist and alumna Corin Sworn ('02) has been named the winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, (January 23, 2014).

    The prize includes a six-month residency in Italy, followed by two major solo exhibitions at the Whitechapel Gallery in London and Collezione Maramotti near Milan.

    Her winning proposal is said to "reflect her continued interest in exploring storie around migration" through a focus on the rich history of costuming at the Commedia dell'Arte, and touring Italian acting troupes from the 16th centruy onwards.

  • 2014-01-23 17:24

    Corin Sworn ('02) has been shortlisted for the UK's prestigious Max Mara Art Prize. The prize includes a six-month residency in Italy, followed by two major solo exhibitions at the Whitechapel Gallery in London and Collezione Maramotti near Milan.

    For each Prize a judging panel of four art-world professionals, chaired by Iwona Blazwick, devise a short-list of between three and five artists. The short-listed artists are invited to the Whitechapel Gallery to make a presentation about their practice and the work or works they would make during or resultant from their Italian residency and funding.

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