Wayward Arts is a home for the creative. A unique magazine, each issue is produced by a different leading-edge Canadian design studio. And, with the exception of the theme, there are no boundaries -- each studio is given full creative control.
Alumnus John Belisle ('94), Creative Director for Signals Design Group is at the helm of the latest issue. John and the creative team at Signals were invited to participate in the project when paper sponsor, Unisource Papers, suggested they'd be an ideal fit.
Current, Emily Carr’s design research journal is an annual multi-platform publication that seeks to showcase the richness and texture of creative practice and research within our institution.
In exploration of the connections between human, art and technology, Sager will build a diviNation Tower in Minoru Plaza as the centrepiece of the festival.
The Sketchbook Project | Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Sunday July 13th, 1-5pm
The Sketchbook Project travelling mobile of artists' sketchbooks is cruising into town this weekend. They will be parked just outside of the library on Sunday afternoon! Don't miss out on this chance to meet up with the crew, check-out some amazing sketchbooks, and mingle in the sunshine on a beautiful summer day!
The Library will also be open from 12-5pm on Sunday.
'13 alumna Sam Knopp is the Medalta Artist in Residence for Summer 2014.
It is with great sorrow that we announce the death of James Lindfield on June 21st, from pneumonia. James will be remembered as a devoted father, passionate teacher, committed artist, and as a perceptive and loving husband, brother, uncle and friend.
We are stunned to have lost such a valuable member of our community, and our thoughts and best wishes are with his wife Sheila and son Jacob during this tragic time.
Patricia Huijnen (MAA '12) and Andres Wanner (MAA '13) present at the xCoAx conference on Computation Communication Aesthetics and X in Porto, Portugal.
Andres Wanner is presenting his works The Mixer, The Opener, and The Ventilator from the Machinic Trajectories series and a paper, Mechanical Drawing Machines and the Glitch — Visualizing Technology Through Its Failures.
Patricia Huijnen is presenting peristaltic tubes, a work that builds on her graduate work at Emily Carr, and a paper in collaboration with Andres Wanner, Simulation of Patterns on Circular Knitted Tubes.