Alumni Success Stories
Caroline Mousseau ('12) has been selected as one of only two painters working in Canada to be featured in Thames and Hudson’s new publication, 100 Painters of Tomorrow.
The 288-page catalogue introduces the work of 100 emerging international painters chosen by an extensive jury from over 4,300 global submissions. The jury featured some of the most prominent names in contemporary art, including Cecily Brown, Tony Godfrey, Yuko Hasegawa, Suzanne Hudson, Jacky Klein, Gregor Muir, Valeria Napoleone, Barry Schwabsky, Philip Tinari and publication initiator Kurt Beers.
Trapp Editions: Love and Ornament | An exhibition of books, records and prints by Patrik Andersson's Trapp Projects
Publication Studio Vancouver is pleased to present Trapp Editions: Love & Ornament, an exhibition by Trapp Projects featuring artwork and publications by Claire Greenshaw, Tony Romano ('01), Isabelle Pauwels (01), Kathy Slade (Head of Gallery Communications and Publications, Emily Carr) , T&T (Tony Romano & Tyler Brett '01), Jacques Villeglé and others.
POLYPHONICS refers to the harmony of two or more textures in a melodious composition. This exhibit is to explore harmony between colours or chords. Unless working with light, artists work in a subtractive colour model to achieve these distinct ideas. Explorations are of colour harmonies such as cool, warm, complementary, analogous, monochromatic, or triadic, to create a whole concept. Works presented are largely involving multimedia imagery whether mimicking, projecting, or displaying.
This exhibition will show projects of emerging local artists in a variety of formats including media, installation, and painting.
Saturday, December 13 | 7pm
The James Black Gallery | 144 East 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
Nine Vancouver artists will be exhibiting a one-night media art and live electronic performance event, SKIN, curated and produced by students from VIVO Media Arts Centre's Career Development Mentorship with media artist, Wynne Palmer.
TOQUE is back! Join the Western Front for their annual fundraiser and craft fair on Dec 5 - 6, 2014.
The event showcases a carefully curated selection of 24 artists, designers and artisans with everything from books, ceramics and jewelry, to artisanal treats, skincare and fashion. Also available is the annual limited-edition tea towel designed this year by artist Casey Wei. Proceeds support Western Front’s year-round art and new music programs.
A member of the Wuikinuxv Nation, Bracken Hanuse Corlett is a graduate of the Enowkin Centre of Indigenous Art in Penticton and Emily Carr University of Art & Design ('11). He is a multi-disciplinary artist who began first working in theatre and performance prior to transitioning to digital-media and visual arts.
TEDxVancouver is taking place this week, and along with the usual roster of fantastic speakers, you'll find a number of artworks, including live painting by our talented alumni, students and staff.