News for Alumni
Vancouver-based clothing and textile designer, Katherine Soucie (09), recently launched her new collection, Vanitas.
Burnaby Art Gallery (BAG) Community Exhibitions Art in the Libraries presents Watercolours and Greeting Cards by Maud Sherman 1900 - 1976. Artist and book illustrator Maud Sherman was born in Mission City, BC in 1900. In 1920 she started exhibiting work with B.C. Society of Fine Arts and was an active member of the B.C. Art League.
Be part of a new studio at 150 McLean (on Powell, near Clark Drive, close to ARC and 1000 Parker). Available Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Shared space, painters preferred, sizes vary from 140 to 250 sq. ft. @ $1.35 per sq. ft.
Lots of windows, within Crawl boundaries, on bus route, freight elevator, fridge, microwave etc, and friendly creative people.
To envision is to picture oneself. Gathered in this exhibition are fourteen emerging artists who tackle various aspects of identity and environments.
From the corporeal to the ethereal, from self-sustained behaviors to subcultures, these artists analyze conscious and sub conscious behaviors of people within environments and landscapes.
Les Territoires is pleased to present Lignes imaginaires, a solo exhibition by artist Karen Zalamea (04). Lignes Imaginaires draws connections between physical gestures and mechanical modes of production. Through photographs and a video and sculpture-based installation, Zalamea shows evidence of repeated actions, revealing processes driven by both object-making and performance.
Pierre Leichner (07) presents From Transcendence to ‘Altercendence’ at the MediaModes conference at the New York School of Visual Arts.
Leichner will explore the biological, psychological, cultural and spiritual facets of transcendence. Especially the renewed symbiotic relationship between the sciences and the art, the convergence of digital media and the emergence of global communication networks, we are at the verge of art that will create a change, an altercendent state.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design alumna Elizabeth Zvonar (01) exhibits at the Contemporary Art Gallery (CAG), Vancouver.
On Time includes an array of sculptures and collage that act as possible portals into implausible places. The inspiration of the exhibition stems from Zvonar's current interest in the connections between Cubism, representations of the 4th Dimension and rubber bands as metaphors for time.
Congratulations to alumnus Eric Karjaluoto (95) who has just published his first book, Speak Human.
Congratulations to Adad Hannah (98) and Aaron Pollard (93), for their recent Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award wins. The annual awards, worth $15,000 each, recognize outstanding mid-career artists in the seven disciplines funded by the Canada Council. Disciplines include: dance, integrated arts, media arts, music, theatre, visual arts and writing and publishing.
Revolving Doors, directed by Kirsten Korns (09), Trolls, directed by Brianne Nord-Stewart (09), Dear John Lee, directed by Amanda Thomson (09) and Nature on Its Course, directed by Su-An Ng (09) have been officially selected to screen at 36th Annual Northwest Film + Video Festival in Portland, Oregon.
The Northwest Film + Video Festival is the most prominent forum for independent work by artists living in the Northwest.