Alumni Success Stories

Isaac Thomas | BMO 1st Art! Invitiational Student Art Competition Regional Winner

Isaac Thomas | Alleyway Landscapes, Archival pigment prints, Edition 1 of 3
Posted: Tue, 2014-07-29 15:38

BMO Financial Group's 1st Art! Invitational Student Art Competition celebrates the creativity of art students from post-secondary institutions across Canada. Deans and instructors of undergraduate certificate, diploma, and degree programs in visual art are invited to select from their graduating classes three students, whose ability and imagination place them 1st among their peers. A distinguished selection committee chooses a national winner and one winner from each eligible province and territory.

Holger Kalberg | The Family

Holger Kalberg | The Family
Posted: Tue, 2014-07-29 14:03

Holger Kalberg’s ('01) latest exhibition, THE FAMILY, explores the legacy of high Modernism and its related utopian models of thinking, presenting new paintings and sculptures that examine and critique modes of Modernist vocabulary.
 
Kalberg describes his own relationship with Modernism as “conflicted appreciation,” often engaging with the aesthetics of the mode while at the same time critiquing the model. The works presented in this exhibition follow Kalberg’s desire for a renewed reflection of Modernist formalism through an investigation into the artist's own studio practice, motivation, and early influences, especially Joseph Beuys and his socialist/utopian agenda.
 

John Belisle | Wayward Arts Magazine

The Bearded Lady | John Belisle
Posted: Fri, 2014-07-25 16:35

Wayward Arts is a home for the creative. A unique magazine, each issue is produced by a different leading-edge Canadian design studio. And, with the exception of the theme, there are no boundaries -- each studio is given full creative control.

Click to enlarge Alumnus John Belisle ('94), Creative Director for Signals Design Group is at the helm of the latest issue. John and the creative team at Signals were invited to participate in the project when paper sponsor, Unisource Papers, suggested they'd be an ideal fit.

DEADHEAD | Cedric Bomford

Deadhead
Posted: Tue, 2014-07-22 10:49

Dead­head is a large-scale sculp­tural instal­la­tion mounted to a barge and towed by tug to dif­fer­ent loca­tions along Vancouver’s water­ways. Cre­ated by alumnus Cedric Bom­ford ('03), in col­lab­o­ra­tion with his father Jim Bom­ford (retired engi­neer), and brother Nathan Bom­ford (artist/builder), the sculp­ture is con­structed pri­mar­ily from sal­vaged mate­ri­als, with some sec­tions wrapped in pho­to­graphic murals.

Heather Mitchell | so, they called it a Rain Bench

Rain Bench, Heather Mitchell ('13)
Posted: Fri, 2014-07-18 10:40

Heather Mitchell ('13) will be installing her grad project so, they called it a Rain Bench into the City of Vancouver’s Trillium North Park on Saturday, July 19th between 9am and 2pm.

Etienne Zack | Artist Talk at Equinox Gallery

Posted: Wed, 2014-07-09 12:11

Los Angeles-based artist and Emily Carr alumnus Etienne Zack ('00), recipient of the 2014 Emily Award for Outstanding Alumni, will speak about a new series of work as part of the second annual Flats Summer Block Party.

Equinox Gallery
Saturday, July 12, 2014, 12pm

Sam Knopp | Medalta Summer Artist in Residence

Detail, Celadon Stack
Posted: Wed, 2014-07-09 09:12

'13 alumna Sam Knopp is the Medalta Artist in Residence for Summer 2014.

Hélène Day Fraser + Keith Doyle Awarded $185K SSHRC Grant

Posted: Fri, 2014-06-27 12:45

cloTHING(s) as conversation is an interdisciplinary research initiative founded by Associate Professor Hélène Day Fraser (MAA '08) and co-investigator Keith Doyle, Adjunct Research Associate.

Patricia Huijnen + Andres Wanner invited to present at the xCoAx Conference

Andres Wanner | The Robot Quartet, 2012
Posted: Thu, 2014-06-26 15:45

Patricia Huijnen (MAA '12) and Andres Wanner (MAA '13) present at the xCoAx conference on Computation Communication Aesthetics and X in Porto, Portugal.

Andres Wanner is presenting his works The Mixer, The Opener, and The Ventilator from the Machinic Trajectories series and a paper, Mechanical Drawing Machines and the Glitch — Visualizing Technology Through Its Failures.

Patricia Huijnen is presenting peristaltic tubes, a work that builds on her graduate work at Emily Carr,  and a paper in collaboration with Andres Wanner, Simulation of Patterns on Circular Knitted Tubes.

Geoffrey Farmer | Every day needs an urgent whistle blown into it

Posted: Thu, 2014-06-26 11:49

As part of the Gershon Iskowitz Prize, Geoffrey Farmer ('92) will be featured in a solo exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), July 5 - September 7, 2014.

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