Sessional faculty member Yu-Hang Huang will exhibit her latest installation at Art Souterrain 2013 from March 2 to March 17, 2013, in Montreal, Quebec.
The installation shows “home” which has been transferred into massive broken electric images representing time and distance for new immigrants. New cultures and images quickly mingle with old memories, and create proofs that seem there, but not there.
Issue 3.19 of The Capilano Review - Winter 2013 —the narrative issue— features short fiction, prose poems, excerpts from experimental novels, lists, graphic work, and more from Derek Beaulieu, Clint Burnham, Jen Currin, Nicole Markotic, Ashok Mathur, Vanessa Place, Meredith Quartermain, Sina Queyras, Gail Scott, Michael Turner, Emily Carr librarian Larissa Beringer, sessional instructor Aaron Peck, plus artwork by assistant professor Kyla Mallett.
The Capilano Review will launch the narrative issue on February 15 at 1965 Main Street in Vancouver at 8pm (doors open at 7:30pm). Cover charge and cash bar.
Sylvia Grace Borda, research associate, is presenting a body of 28 new photo works specially produced for Street Level, Glasgow. This newly commissioned work will be accompanied by an artist lecture, entitled The Agency of Light, wherein Sylvia will discuss the history of the photogram through the cyanotype and silver-based processes. For more info about the exhibition and lecture see Street Level Photo Works.
What makes a city special? On Tuesday, January 29th at 7:30pm, Vancouverites can revisit a time when their city was unique in North America for its abundance of neon signs, spilling pools of colour onto rainy nighttime streets.
The Vancouver Heritage Foundation will present the documentary Glowing in the Dark in a public screening that night at Vancouver's historic Hollywood theatre.
Assistant professor Kyla Mallett has a solo exhibition at Mercer Union - A Centre for Contemporary Art in Toronto from January 10 to February 16, 2013.
The works for How to See and Read the Aura began as a tangent to Mallett’s Self-Help work. In collecting second-hand self-help materials, she encountered a book entitled How to See and Read the Aura which fell under the category of parapsychology and new-age healing. This text became a key element to her research in self-help, which Mallett expanded on in this body of work centred around this book.
Sessional faculty members Elizabeth MacKenzie and Cindy Mochizuki take part in the Memory Festival at The Roundhouse Community Arts and and Recreation Centre.
The festival includes a variety of exhibitions, performances, and a special workshop.
November 13-18, 2012
Opening Reception | November 14, 5:30pm
For complete details, please visit Memory Festival.
On the occasion of the U.S. Presidential election night, Associate Professor Amber Frid-Jimenez will give a talk on her latest book and series of artworks on the aesthetics of charisma and its persuasive technologies at the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver. Her talk will explore the latent intersections between design, technology and contemporary art and will take place Tuesday, November 6, at 7pm.
Phil Smith (Lecturer - Faculty of Community + Culture) has a major article in the current issue of the Faulkner Journal published by the University of Central Florida.
The article, entitled "'The Megaphone's Bellowing and Bodiless Profanity': If I Forget Thee, Jerusalem and the Culture of Cacophony", examines the American writer William Faulkner's novels of the 1930's within the context of the emergent media culture of this period, in particular that of radio, recordings, and early "talking pictures".
Further details on this issue can be found here and the Emily Carr Library will have a copy available shortly.
As one of seven new residencies in the Vancouver Park Board Field House Studio Residency Project, sessional faculty Germaine Koh is launching the new community-based project League at Elm Park in Vancouver-Kerrisdale. League will be an open weekly gathering for the purpose of playing sports and games invented by members of the community. Each game, its playing field and its strategies will evolve through trial and improvisation, and new and unusual equipment may be invented.