Publications + Newsletter
Emily Carr University of Art + Design publishes a wide range of materials and has its own university press.
For information about our university's publications that are not reflected here, please contact Communications.
THE SHOW - Annual Grad Exhibition Catalogue - access it here
Undergraduate Viewbook - access it here
Graduate Viewbook - access it here
Continuing Studies current course catalogue - access it here
President's Report - access it here
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- ISSUE 29 | February 2015
- ISSUE 28 | January 2015
- ISSUE 27 | November 2014
- ISSUE 26 | October 2014
- ISSUE 25 | September 2014
- ISSUE 24 | Summer 2014
- ISSUE 23 | June 2014
- ISSUE 22 | May 2014
- ISSUE 21 | April 2014
- ISSUE 20 | March 2014
- ISSUE 19 | February 2014
- ISSUE 18 | Winter 2013
- ISSUE 17 | November 2013
- ISSUE 16 | October 2013
- ISSUE 15 | September 2013
- ISSUE 14 | Summer 2013
- ISSUE 13 | June 2013
- ISSUE 12 | May 2013
- ISSUE 11 | April 2013
- ISSUE 10 | March 2013
- ISSUE 9 | February 2013
- ISSUE 8 | Winter 2013
- ISSUE 7 | November 2012
- ISSUE 6 | October 2012
- ISSUE 5 | September 2012
- ISSUE 4 | August 2012
- ISSUE 3 | July 2012
- ISSUE 2 | June 2012
- ISSUE 1 | May 2012
Current is a multi-platform design journal that exists to showcase creative, practice-based and applied research. It functions as a site for design researchers, design academics, students, professional designers, entrepreneurs, and the business community to reflect on contemporary design thinking—products and processes.
Through a variety of forms and formats—interviews, case-studies, critical essays, reviews and photo documentation, we challenge researchers to represent their processes as iterative cycles of research and to skillfully navigate information-led/practice-led methodologies.
Current is continually evolving exposition on the people and processes involved in design research. It is a platform for the cross-disciplinary, cross-sector professional communities of people with educational and professional interests in the currency of design thinking.
Visit the Current website to read, contribute, advertise and download the journal.
Emily Carr produces podcasts as well as videos for interest to students, potential students, parents, family, alumni, potential employers and others in our community. Visit:
Visions Newsletter was published by Emily Carr University's Advancement office from 2006 through 2011.
escene was an alumni-specific, online newsletter, published in 2008 and 2009, featuring information for Emily Carr alumni. Today we invite you to visit our Emily Carr University Alumni Association website, ecuaa.ca, which grew from this initiative to become a robust resource and point of social connection for VSA and Emily Carr alumni.