Alumni Success Stories
For her second solo exhibition at MKG127 in Toronto, Liza Eurich ('10) will be presenting work that: emphasizes negative space, is hollow, has a faceted surface, contains other work(s), is concealed, is layered, has multiple components, is not a multiple, is like a drawing, incorporates text, is stationary, has reticent characteristics, is monochromatic, uses straight lines only, references Agnes Martin, is fragile, consists of more than three materials, is made of ceramic, wa
Unity Gallery is pleased to present new work by Vancouver artists Scott Bowering and Deirdre McAdams ('08).
Topographics, curated by current student Dan Brown Hozjan and alumna Zandi Dandizette (’14), opens at James Black Gallery and features work by emerging local artists, Emily Carr students and alumni. This exhibition explores landscapes of the imagination. The artists involved reflect on the wild places that we travel to in dreams or the land that exists beyond the edge of the last horizon. Landscapes are expressed through a multiplicity of disciplines, from painting and photography to sculpture and performance.
Angell Gallery is pleased to present GAVIN LYNCH: <
In To Rebel is Justified, Chun Hua Catherine Dong ('11) revisits this dark period of Chinese history in a performative context. “To Rebel is Justified” is the slogan used by the Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution.
MAKE RE|MAKE UN|MAKE, an exhibition at the Seymour Art Gallery in North Vancouver, highlights the work of six artists, each working in different media, whose work utilizes repetition as a device to inv
Gallery 295 has announced Francesca Szuszkiewicz ('08) as its Annual Emerging Curator Exhibition recipient for 2015. Her exhibition, it’s about time, focuses on the works of artist Michael de Courcy, former Sessional Instructor, Department of Visual Arts, Department of Media Arts at Emily Carr University.
Eros and Thanatos, the life drive and the death drive. The impulses to eat, kiss, play, love, and live, or to sleep, surrender, die, and rest. They embody our curious attraction to both creation and destruction. In this show, artists Nomi Chi and Pandora Young turn inwards and meditate upon our own antipodal desires, and the morbidity and splendour of our humanity.
Eros and Thanatos: New Work by Nomi Chi and Pandora Young
HOT ART Wet City
January 8 - 24, 2015
Opening Reception, Friday, January 9, 7 - 11pm
'Drive In' is a series that was photographed during a 15,000km North American road trip in 2010. The series explores the dialogue between architecture and its environment from a social perspective; of literal and metaphorical structures and the spaces it can unavoidably create around itself. 'Drive In' will be installed at the Main Street SkyTrain Station until spring/summer 2015.
Krista Jahnke ('09) is an award winning photographer and multi-disciplinary designer. She weaves her interests in photography and architecture to explore the architectural landscape -- how we populate, circulate through and understand it. Along with her BFA, Photography, from Emily Carr, Jahnke holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from Carleton University.
This exhibition presents a selection of work by Kim Kennedy Austin ('01) produced over the past two decades. The aim has been to highlight the broad aesthetic, intellectual and cultural territory that Austin weaves together into a unique and labour intensive practice. Austin looks at structural systems and emotive aesthetics in the ubiquitous sea of printed matter that is trying to sell us products, religion and lifestyle.