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  • Pattern Tile Project

    LIbrary Window Gallery

    April 8 - 15, 2014
    CRAM 204 - 304 : Pattern and Ornament
    Instructor | Eliza Au

  • Emily Carr now has unlimited access to lyndaCampus: the entire library of Lynda.com instructional videos, available for all students, staff, and faculty.

    Use the up-to-date videos on Lynda.com to learn how to use a wide variety of software, including animation, computing, interactive design, photography, web design, for Mac and Windows, and for all skill levels.

    Access to Lynda.com can be found:

  • Meaghen Buckley
    March 24–April 4 2014
    Finissage April 4, 4pm–6pm in the Library

  • Ellis Sam | Interlude - A Faun in the Afternoon

    Library Window Gallery 
    March 17 - March 22, 2014 

  • An invitation to all graduating students!

    The Reading Room for printed matter is a temporary, collective space for the presentation of self-published books, essays, artists' publications and design work by the graduating class of 2014. Works in the Reading Room may include artists' books, zines, photo-based books, graphic novels, illustrated children's books, magazines, critical essays or interviews! All graduating students are invited to submit work. Your well-marked submissions should be dropped off in the library during installation week (April 29 - May 1). 

    Located on the mezzanine level of the Library, the Reading Room will be open to visitors for the duration of the 2014 Degree Exhibition at Emily Carr University of Art + Design

  • Yujin Song | moonrisefall | video | 2012
    Curatorial installations by Sojin Kim + Areum Kim
    Feb. 27th - Mar. 24th, 2014

    A poet fell into the water when he tried to grab the moon's reflection.

    In moonrisefall the artist crafts her own moon, and carves into her body, into water, into the gazer, the track of the moonrise and moonfall.

    The moon's trace is intangible.  Its trace forever loops in the air.  Once this ritual is placed into a body it acquires weight.

  • Beayue Louie
    Feb. 1st - 26th, 2014

    One more week to go, come add your 2 cents!

  • We want your opinion! 

    Fill out a short survey on social media and enter for your chance to win a sweet prize pack of books! 

    The purpose of the Emily Carr Library assessment of Social Media research study is to determine whether social media is an effective way to communicate with the Emily Carr Library community and whether it is successful in promoting library collections and activities to both the Emily Carr and outside communities. If you are a member of the Emily Carr University community or a follower of the Emily Carr Library on social media you are welcome to participate in this survey.

  • A reminder that the library will be closed on Monday February 10th.

    Reading Week Hours are as follows:

    Tuesday February 11 - Friday February 14: 9-5

    Saturday February 15 & Sunday February 16: 1-5

  • International Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon Day! 
    Multiple Locations Across the Globe + Online
    Saturday, February 1st 

    The Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon is being held this Saturday across the globe to help reverse a worrisome trend on Wikipedia: only about 13% of the current group of editors is female. The international event is being organized by Eyebeam Gallery in New York. According to Eyebeam, that inequality has led to numerous missing entries on notable women and a general lack of thoroughness in existing entries on female subjects.

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