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  • Summer Studio Residency Closing Exhibition
    Sasha Krieger
    I Was Here
    September 22 – October 6
    Library Window Gallery
    Reception and brief presentation on September 27th at 2pm in The Leeway

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  • The Library is having an Instagram Photo Contest, Monday, September 8 - Friday, September 19. Post a picture of the library and help decide the winners! Fabulous prizes to be won.

    1ST PLACE: $50 gift card for Opus Art Supplies, courtesy of the Emily Carr Alumni Association and the Library

    2ND + 3RD: Emily Carr Library swag bag

    How it works:

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  • Welcome to our new Foundation students and welcome back to everyone else!

    We are offering tours of the Library all week, Monday, September 8th to Friday, September 12th. There will be two tours per day, at 11:30am and 3:30pm, and each takes about half an hour. You can sign up beforehand at the Circulation Desk, or just drop in when one begins.

  • Instructors, are you looking for films to screen in the classroom? Plan ahead and get your media bookings in now. Many of the films in the Library’s media collection are licensed for classroom use. To guarantee they are available on the day you need them why not place a media booking request? Your friendly Media Booking Department staff can also bring in films from other BC post-secondary libraries for you. To make a media booking fill out our Media Booking form.

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  • The Library will be closed on Monday, September 1st for Labour Day.

    Tuesday, September 2nd and Wednesday, September 3rd, the Library will be open 9am - 5pm.

    Our regular Fall Semester hours begin on Thursday, September 4th:

    Monday - Thursday 8am - 9pm
    Friday 8am - 6pm
    Saturday + Sunday 1pm - 5pm

    See all the Library's hours.

  • 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:

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  • The Sketchbook Project | Emily Carr University of Art + Design

    This weekend!

    Sunday July 13th, 1-5pm

    The Sketchbook Project travelling mobile of artists' sketchbooks is cruising into town this weekend. They will be parked just outside of the library on Sunday afternoon! Don't miss out on this chance to meet up with the crew, check-out some amazing sketchbooks, and mingle in the sunshine on a beautiful summer day!

    http://www.sketchbookproject.com/events

    The Library will also be open from 12-5pm on Sunday.

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  • July marks the beginning of several intensive summer residencies at Emily Carr. A new cohort of Low Res students has arrived and others are returning for their 2nd and 3rd year into their Masters degree.

    The Emily Carr University Library welcomes you to campus!

    Visit our Library Guide for Low Res students:

    http://www.ecuad.ca/library/about/borrow/lowres

     

  • The library will be closed Saturday, June 30th through Tuesday, July
    1st: reopening on Wednesday, July 2nd.

    The Library Catalogue and Patron Records system will be down for upgrades over the July 1st weekend (from 9:00 pm, Saturday, June 28th to 5:00 am Tuesday, July 1st). During this time you can use Outlook Online to find materials in the Emily Carr Library, but you will not be able to place a hold on any items.

  • Art For Sale | Pierre Leichner (ECU Alumna '07)
    Library Window Gallery
    June 9th - June 20th

    "It is a challenging time for museums, galleries, and educational institutions as public funding is dwindling and there is a shift to corporate and private patronage. With this also comes a corporate style of management that focuses on measurable outcomes.  This can counter the trend to decolonize and democratize art institutions through the lens of education and social/public programs.

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