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  • 2011-05-20 11:12

    Associate Professor Justin Novak is currently one of the 2011 Louis Odette Sculptor-in-Residence's in the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University.

    The Louis Odette Sculptor-in-Residence Program launched in York's Faculty of Fine Arts in 2002. The program strives to create a dynamic learning environment which supports the advancement of the art of sculpture, and where students benefit from participation in and observation of professional studio practices. The residency program provides the opportunity for upper-level undergraduate visual arts students to develop an enhanced working understanding of sculpture techniques from the perspective of eminent guest artists.

  • 2011-05-20 09:18

    Brian Kokoska ('10) is featured in the summer issue of VMAN Magazine. View more of Brian's work at www.briankokoska.com.

  • 2011-05-19 14:29

    Emily Carr Masters Candidates Sean Arden and Myron Campbell will be participating in Vancouver's first Mini Maker Faire.

    Vancouver Mini Maker Faire is a two-day celebration of making and creating. It’s an all-ages family festival promoting the ethos of DIY on a large scale. Vancouver Mini Maker Faire will take you through an inspiring, energetic and captivating range of exhibits, including workshops, performances, displays, and a speaker series.

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  • 2011-05-18 17:17

    Congratulations to 2011 Emily Carr graduates Ippiksaut Friesen, Carrie-Anne Mombourquette and Waleed Nesyif, who have had their work selected to screen at the TIFF's Student Film Showcase.

    Established in 2004 and organized by the Toronto International Film Festival, the Student Film Showcase spotlights the finest in student films from universities and colleges from across Canada.

    This year’s Showcase will expand their national presence with an inaugural visit to Vancouver on Thursday, May 26 at Pacific Cinémathéque.

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  • 2011-05-18 10:59

    Continuing Studies presents the 2011 Summer Institute for Teens!

    The Institute features focussed and intensive studios, introducing young artists to creative practices from Aboriginal Arts to the Graphic Novel to 3D Design. Students from around  the world find themselves immersed in “the art school experience” – a once-in-a-lifetime explosion of creativity and fun.

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  • 2011-05-18 10:03

    Please join us in welcoming Nicholas Conbere, Hélène Fraser, Patricia Kelly, Christine Stewart and Rob Stone to new faculty positions. All appointments commence Fall 2011.

    Faculty of Culture + Community

    Foundation/Media | Christine Stewart
    Christine graduated from Emily Carr with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Video and went on to receive a MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Simon Fraser University.

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  • 2011-05-16 15:37

    Molly (Lamb) Bobak's (41) work will be featured, along with other Canadian artists from coast to coast, on 2011 Confederation Boulevard Banners in Ottawa.

    Thirteen works of art depicting each province and territory have been reproduced from the collection of the Canada Council Art Bank and each banner evokes the scenary and sense of place of a featured region. Molly's work was selected to represent New Brunswick.

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  • 2011-05-16 11:45

    A Light Touch is an exhibition of new works by Lawrence Lowe (76) and Merrell Gerber (83).

    Opening reception | May 18, 2011 from 7 - 9pm
    May 18 - June 19, 2011
    Firehall Arts Centre Lobby Gallery

  • 2011-05-16 11:21

    Sessional faculty member Holly Schmidt joins Vancouver Design Nerds, Ocean Dionne, Alicia Medina Laddaga and a team of master gardeners for a workshop exploring the possibilities for growing food in the urban environment.

    Through observation, discussion and hands-on prototype building participants create and share new ways to grow food in the city. Small pocket gardens will be planted at Creekside and then suspended on chain link fences near the Grow project site. All levels of experience with design and gardening are welcome and all workshops are free.

    Saturday May 21 – 28 and June 4, 2011 | 12-4pm
    Multipurpose Room, Creekside Community Centre

  • 2011-05-16 10:12

    Sessional faculty member Heidi May has an article in the May 2011 issue of Art Education, the journal of the National Art Education Association.

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