Part-time, second year student, Elizabeth Boylan and her company VectorBloom Technologies, have ventured into the new frontier of programming and game development for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Elizabeth recently jumped onto this rapidly emerging business model of designing and developing 'Apps' for the iPhone and iPod Touch to be sold on the iTunes Store.
Monday, December 7, 2009 at 4:00pm
WEIGHT, a short film written and directed by 3rd year film/video student Kevan Funk, will be showcased at the 28th Annual Vancouver International Film Festival. Created with fellow 3rd year students Benjamin Loeb and Dustin Wadsworth, WEIGHT will be screened as a part of 'Roadwork Ahead' shorts program.
Showtimes: October 12th @ 9:15pm & October 13th @ 4:00pm at Pacific Cinematheque.
For the third year, BC Hydro is pleased to announce the successful youth-driven online sustainability contest: Invent the Future. This contest is for youth aged 18 to 24* and is an ideal platform to get youth involved in actively shaping the future of their planet.
Youth are concerned about energy conservation; they believe it is important to them and to their future. The contest inspires youth to take action and to recognize the strength of their voice.
Corporate Images Holdings Partnership invites Industrial Design students to submit their furniture designs for a chance to win a $1,000 award. The competition ends December 4, 2009.
View the PDF for additional information.
Taralee Guild's, current fourth year student, solo exhibit at JEM Gallery is comprised of 20 realistic paintings of early model Airstream trailers which have been polished to a mirror finish. Each composition emphasizes the distortion visible in the highly reflective metal. The paintings were inspired from amateur photographs taken by proud Airstream enthusiasts or sellers on the internet. The series examines the politics of the reflection and uses it to metaphor the ideology of the American Dream.
September 5 to October 11, 2009
Consumer Protection BC asked students from post-secondary film schools across BC to submit ideas for a 30-second PSA that would explain film classification to the public in a fun and entertaining way. Four team finalists, (two from Emily Carr and two from Capilano University), were shortlisted from over 25 submissions and were provided up to $10,000 to produce their PSA with a film industry professional acting as a mentor.
Second-year student Vanessa Brown curates Moveable City, as part of this year's SWARM.
A media arts exhibition, this event features work that explores potentiality in the built environment, and includes pieces by alumnus Sean Arden (07), Ross Birdwise, (MAA 09), and current MAA student, Holly Schmidt and BFA student Jamie Ward.
The Federation of Canadian Artists presents Painting on the Edge 2009, featuring the work of third-year student,Chun Hua Catherine Dong.The juried competition, open to artists worldwide, includes original paintings, printmaking and drawing media.
August 18 - September 6, 2009
Graduates of the 2009 Emily Carr University external BFA program at North Island College exhibit Hence the Reference: The Other Emily Carr Grad Show.
April 25 to May 23, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday, April 24 at 7pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, May 23 from 2pm-3pm
Comox Valley Art Gallery