A new online directory, launched today by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), will help companies identify, locate and connect with research expertise and cutting-edge facilities at universities, colleges and research hospitals across the country.
November 14, 2013 | This morning, Cathy McLeod, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Labour and for Western Economic Diversification and Member of Parliament for Kamloops- Thompson-Cariboo, announced Government of Canada support for equipment upgrades to the University's Intersections Digital Studios.
These funds will support research that will assist the University in staying relevant and competitive in the film, health and advanced materials sectors through the purchase of state-of-the-art motion capture, post-production, and 3D prototyping equipment.
Visualizations for recently launched tool expose online tracking
Emily Carr University's Research Centre in Social + Interactive Media announces the launch of Lightbeam, a new Add-on for the Firefox browser that enables users to visualize online data tracking in real time. Mozilla, the developer of Firefox, partnered with the University on a year-long research project to improve Lightbeam's interactive visualization.
Satellite Gallery is a project of the Michael O’Brian Family Foundation and is shared between the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery (UBC), the Museum of Anthropology (UBC), Presentation House Gallery, and now the Charles H. Scott Gallery and READ Books!
Students planning to apply to the Fall 2014 intake for the Foundation (first year) at Emily Carr will want to take note of the newly revised portfolio requirements.
Henrik Håkansson and Jürgen Partenheimer Awarded Inaugural Audain Distinguished Artist-in-Residence 2013/14
Emily Carr University is pleased to welcome in October of 2013, Henrik Håkansson, one of the most successful Swedish artists of his generation, followed by highly renowned German artist Jürgen Partenheimer in the Spring of 2014.
The annual fundraiser and craft sale, TOQUE, returns for the Western Front’s 40th Anniversary with an exciting showcase of artists, designers and artisans. Many Emily Carr University faculty and alumni are represented at this year’s event, including Jen Weih, Fieldwork, Gailan Ngan, Lisa Cinar of Draw Me a Lion, and Zoe Garred of Fleet Objects.
Natural Capital was offered as an interdisciplinary, studio-based Community Projects course (CCID 200/300) for the first time at Emily Carr in Fall 2012 and then again in Spring 2013.
The course, offered in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation (DSF), was designed by instructor Sarah Van Borek to support DSF's natural capital work while enabling students to apply their art skills to sustainability initiatives in the community.
Join Emily Carr students and staff at Canzine West, the annual zine and independent publication fair.
Canzine West is an opportunity for creators and admirers of indie culture to meet, swap stories, and share their wares. This year's programming includes performance art by Meaghen Buckley, third year student and a talk by Aimée Brown, Coordinator of Youth Outreach + Recruitment, Continuing Studies.
For more information, visit Broken Pencil.
Ukrainian Hall | 805 East Pender Street
Saturday, November 2, 2013 | 1-7pm