Soldiers’ Stories is being recognized simultaneously as the world’s oldest 3-D film and one of its newest! We are proud of the fact that Oscar-winning producer Nicholas Reed and producer/director Jonathan Kitzen brought their powerful story to the modern screen with expertise from Emily Carr’s own S3D Centre.
The film recently debuted in Beverly Hills, has been shown in LA, New York and London, and now runs regularly at the National Infantry Museum (IMAX theatre) outside Fort Benning, Georgia. With the compelling voices of recent American vets, and narration by Mickey Rooney, never-before-seen, soldier-taken, century-old 3-D photographs were converted for the modern screen with the stereoscopic expertise of Dr. Maria Lantin and her research team at Emily Carr University.
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.
The 2014 Mayor’s Arts Awards have been announced and will take place October 7 at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.
Q&A on Fall Projects with Health Design Lab Director, Jonathan Aitken
We asked Jonathan Aitken to give us a sneak peek at what's on Health Design Lab's agenda for the academic year - a number of projects here are just announced!
Heartfelt thanks...to all who organized, spoke, sponsored, attended and enjoyed The Comeback 2014!
We are tremendously pleased to report that The Comeback 2014 brought close to 2,000 visitors to the Emily Carr campus over three days!
“We represent so many talented and creative alumni who are building careers, companies, and culture, here in Vancouver and around the world,” says Dave Humphrey, President, Emily Carr Alumni Association. “This is an amazing opportunity to connect, celebrate success, and welcome them back to campus.”
What's On? Q&A with Emily Carr Students' Union
Get an insider's view of Emily Carr student life! An interview with Lori MacDonald, Executive Director, and right hand, Fraser Ploss, Organizer. Visit them online at ecsu.ca.
E: September is always an exciting time at Emily Carr - what were some of the social highlights facilitated by the Students' Union?
Q&A on Imagining Our Future
Learn more about this initiative through an exclusive interview with Laura Kozak, Project Coordinator
Alumna Martha Sturdy returns to her roots with a newly-launched collection of wearable sculpture.
After graduating from Emily Carr in 1978, Sturdy went on to gain international reputation as her bold, iconic wearable sculptures made their way onto the pages of ELLE, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, and onto runways such as Donna Karan, Oscar de la Renta, and Marc Jacobs.