News for Alumni
Bau-Xi Gallery presents art work by Emily Carr University of Art & Design alumna Val Nelson (88)
Exhibition: November 7 - 19, 2009
Artist Reception: November 7, 2-4 pm. Artist Talk 3pm
Bau-Xi Gallery, 340 Dundas St, Toronto, ON
Emily Carr University of Art + Design alumnus Anselmo Swan (92) work is featured in the November issue of Air Canada's enRoute magazine. Swan's photo realistic images of food was selected for Air Canada's in-flight magazine article Food Trends 2009 - The scoop on restaurant trends across Canada, because it "...brings food to still life".
Hornby Island Arts Council presents 4 evenings of videos about art and artists plus high definition colour slide screenings.
A retrospective of visual arts in Vancouver 1981 - 2002 - see the weird, the beautiful, the famous, the obscure, the conceptual, the wonderful, the wild style, and the ...what the frell was that?
Suggested donation $5/night proceeds to go the HIAC bursary fund.
Wednesday evenings @ 7.30pm November 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009 at 4:00pm
Barb Choit (00) presents her first solo gallery show at the Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York.
Adrian Livesley (96) presents his first solo gallery show at the Petley Jones Gallery, Vancouver.
Since graduating, Livesley has travelled to diverse settings around the world including Finland, Ireland, Cyprus, Mexico and rural British Columbia, to paint directly from the surrounding visual environment.
"My approach to working from landscape has been the same, regardless of where I find myself. I am interested in finding vividly expressive forms and working them into a cohesive image," he says.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design alumnus Gareth Moore (04) has enjoyed great success at London's Frieze Art Fair.
Moore's installation, Neither Here Nor There was purchased by the Tate Modern, where it will be displayed along with other recently-acquired works. Moore was represented at the Fair by Berlin gallery, Lüttgenmeijer.
Abraham Jedidiah Rogatnick, B.A., M. Arch., (Harvard), M.A.I.B.C., F.R.A.I.C.
November 27, 1923 – August 28, 2009
Abraham Rogatnick’s involvement with the Emily Carr University of Art and Design (formerly, the Vancouver School of Art) spanned over five decades.
Sean Raggett's (04) large format photograph Queen's Woods has been chosen to appear in this year's Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize show at the National Portrait Gallery (NPG), London.
The photograph was chosen from a pool of 6,300 entries, and is Raggett's second accepted entry to show at the NPG.
Contact the National Portrait Gallery for more information.
National Portrait Gallery | London
November 5, 2009 - February 21, 2010
Exit Art presents a project of SEA (Social-Environmental Aesthetics), America for Sale is an exhibition of photography, sculpture, video, and installation that addresses America's spiralling national debt, struggling global economy, and the ramifications of its extravagant spending. The project features work by Sung Choi, Nicky Enright, Dominic Gagnon, Elaine Kaufmann, erin Ko, Jess Levey, Abby Manock, Jonathan Matas (06), Radical Art Initiative, Ryan Roth, TRIIIBE.