POLYPHONICS refers to the harmony of two or more textures in a melodious composition. This exhibit is to explore harmony between colours or chords. Unless working with light, artists work in a subtractive colour model to achieve these distinct ideas. Explorations are of colour harmonies such as cool, warm, complementary, analogous, monochromatic, or triadic, to create a whole concept. Works presented are largely involving multimedia imagery whether mimicking, projecting, or displaying.
This exhibition will show projects of emerging local artists in a variety of formats including media, installation, and painting.
Saturday, December 13 | 7pm
The James Black Gallery | 144 East 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
Nine Vancouver artists will be exhibiting a one-night media art and live electronic performance event, SKIN, curated and produced by students from VIVO Media Arts Centre's Career Development Mentorship with media artist, Wynne Palmer.
The Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award, established in 2006, honours excellence in the illustrated picture book format. Julie was awarded this year's $20,000 prize for her book, How To.
Canada’s largest learn to code initiative: The HTML500 Tour returns! Alumnus Andrew Tsang ('14), HTML 500's graphic designer shares this this amazing opportunity:
Lighthouse Labs & national partner TELUS are teaming up with 250 amazing tech companies to inspire Canadians to get their code on. In early 2015, more than 2000 Canadians in 4 cities will have the chance to learn basic HTML and CSS, FOR FREE! Over 500 awesome developers will help you create your very own landing pages.You will also have the opportunity to network with amazing employers at the career fair presented by Vancouver Economic Commission and get to unleash the creative coder hidden in you!
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Full-time credit students and recent graduates are invited to create a piece of original 2-D artwork for submission for the 2015 IDEA Art Award.
The IDEA Art Award allows for the purchase of an artwork by an emerging artist that will be displayed within the Vancouver General Hospital or UBC Hospital, and will become part of its permanent collection of prominent artists. The 2015 IDEA Art Award will focus on helping to transform and humanize the spine unit located in the Centennial Pavilion at VGH Hospital.
To bring you this article, Emily Carr Communications reached out to Ehren Seeland, Coordinator of Student Recruitment.
Ehren answers questions and shares striking pictures of her travels around the world, as she meets with international students who are interested in studying at Emily Carr University.
This September, READ Books director Kathy Slade showcased the Charles H. Scott Gallery and Emily Carr University Press to the London Art Book Fair. The Book Fair, the largest in Europe, was held over three days at London’s Whitechapel Gallery and featured more than 100 exhibitors from around the world. This is the first time the Charles H. Scott Gallery participated in the Book Fair and the Gallery’s selection of art publications was named one of five noteworthy exhibits by AA Bronson, founder of the New York Art Book Fair,in TimeOut London.
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.