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  • 2014-07-29 13:03

    Holger Kalberg’s ('01) latest exhibition, THE FAMILY, explores the legacy of high Modernism and its related utopian models of thinking, presenting new paintings and sculptures that examine and critique modes of Modernist vocabulary.
    Kalberg describes his own relationship with Modernism as “conflicted appreciation,” often engaging with the aesthetics of the mode while at the same time critiquing the model. The works presented in this exhibition follow Kalberg’s desire for a renewed reflection of Modernist formalism through an investigation into the artist's own studio practice, motivation, and early influences, especially Joseph Beuys and his socialist/utopian agenda.

  • 2014-07-28 09:36

    Join the Or Gallery for an evening with Emily Carr alumni Dan Starling ('05) and Barb Choit ('00), Saturday, August 2, 2014.

    Barb Choit will present a slide show curated from the Emily Carr University Library slide collection, expanding on themes explored in her book Ten Shows, published by the Or Gallery and Black Dog Publishing.

  • 2014-07-25 15:35

    Wayward Arts is a home for the creative. A unique magazine, each issue is produced by a different leading-edge Canadian design studio. And, with the exception of the theme, there are no boundaries -- each studio is given full creative control.

    Click to enlarge Alumnus John Belisle ('94), Creative Director for Signals Design Group is at the helm of the latest issue. John and the creative team at Signals were invited to participate in the project when paper sponsor, Unisource Papers, suggested they'd be an ideal fit.

  • 2014-07-22 09:37

    Current, Emily Carr’s design research journal is an annual multi-platform publication that seeks to showcase the richness and texture of creative practice and research within our institution.

  • 2014-07-21 10:37

    “I’ve wanted to be a painter ever since I was 16 years old,” says Odette Venuti who attended Emily Carr during the late 60’s, when the school was still known as the Vancouver School of Art.

    A Fine Arts major, she recalls what made the school unique during that decade. “I attended in what you might call hippy dippy times, and certainly it was very different, not as academic as today, perhaps,“ she says, ”but we were tremendously aware – our generation was highly engaged, we were concerned…and we weren’t quiet.”

  • 2014-07-21 09:38

    Sessional faculty member Vjeko Sager is the featured artist for this year's Your Kontinent: Film and Media Arts Festival.

    In exploration of the connections between human, art and technology, Sager will build a diviNation Tower in Minoru Plaza as the centrepiece of the festival.

  • 2014-07-18 09:40

    Heather Mitchell ('13) will be installing her grad project so, they called it a Rain Bench into the City of Vancouver’s Trillium North Park on Saturday, July 19th between 9am and 2pm.

  • 2014-07-11 11:37

    Join The Art Market this Fall!


    A new annual highlight on Vancouver’s art market scene!

    Presented as a part of The Comeback, Emily Carr’s annual alumni reunion, The Art Market will showcase the work of our talented alumni in the same way that The Student Art Sale highlights that of our students.

  • 2014-07-09 11:11

    Los Angeles-based artist and Emily Carr alumnus Etienne Zack ('00), recipient of the 2014 Emily Award for Outstanding Alumni, will speak about a new series of work as part of the second annual Flats Summer Block Party.

    Equinox Gallery
    Saturday, July 12, 2014, 12pm

  • 2014-07-09 08:12

    '13 alumna Sam Knopp is the Medalta Artist in Residence for Summer 2014.

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