Media + Concourse Galleries

Maxwell Simmer, Grillz, yellow cedar: detail from Connecting Flights: an exhibition of returning exchange studentsThe Concourse and Media Galleries play an integral role at Emily Carr University as they provide an opportunity for the Emily Carr community to present its work in a public exhibition context. Exhibitions are chosen by a gallery committee made up of peers through an open submission process, and deadlines for submissions are posted twice a year. Students gain invaluable experience by taking responsibility for all aspects of an exhibition's development from the curatorial premise to installation and promotion.

Look below for the schedule of exhibitions in the Media and Concourse Galleries.

Location and Hours

The Media and Concourse Galleries are located in Emily Carr's North Building and are open during the University's regular hours.

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  • Saturday, April 19, 2014 - 9:00am - Saturday, April 26, 2014 - 4:30pm

    Situated in the Faculty of Culture + Community, the Foundation program provides a wide range of academic and studio-based courses in material practice, visual literacy and critical and conceptual thinking. Our curriculum also encourages student participation in local and global communities and culture through research and studio practice.

    In Foundation year students are encouraged to improvise and experiment with new ideas, processes and materials. This provides an introduction to imaginative thinking and creative experiences across a variety of mediums and disciplines while preparing students for future studies.

    The Foundation exhibition is a culmination of student progress shown through the work completed during their year of studies.


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