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Don't miss the annual exhibition of work from our 2019 graduates, featuring work by more than 300 art, media and design students! All events are free and open to the public.

When

May 03, 2019 – May 19, 2019

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Join us to celebrate the Class of 2019!

Opening Night | Friday, May 3 | 5-10pm
Show Hours | May 4-19 | M-F 10am-8pm | S+Su 10am-6pm

The Show features work by our graduating students across all five degree programs, exhibited on all four floors of our campus.

Expect to find exceptional works reflecting the diverse range of study at Emily Carr including:

Fine Arts
Illustration - Photography - Visual Arts - Critical + Cultural Practice

Design
Communication - Interaction - Industrial

Media Arts
2D + Experimental Animation - 3D + Computer Animation - Film/Video + Integrated Media

Other Events

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Premiere Screening

Sunday May 5 | 1-10pm

Media Installations 1-2pm (1st Floor near the East Entrance, and 4th floor in B4110)
Film/Video 2-5:30pm (Reliance Theatre)
Animation 7-10:00pm (Reliance Theatre)

Join us for Media Installations and the Premiere Screening of films made by our 2D + Experimental Animation, 3D Computer Animation and Film/Video + Integrated Media graduates. Visit the Media Installations and chat with the artists, then head down the hall to the Reliance Theatre for the Premiere Screenings. Please stay for a reception with light snacks after each screening, or have dinner off-campus between screenings. The Media Installations and Premiere Screening are part of THE SHOW, Emily Carr University’s annual graduation exhibition.

Best of Animation + Film/Video Showcase

Wednesday, May 8| Reception 6pm | Screening 7-9pm RSVP Thursday, May 9 | Screening 11:30am-1pm

Join us for a curated screening of films from our 2019 graduates in the Reliance Theatre. The program includes a juried selection of some of the finest productions from our 2019 graduates. Films have been selected for their strength of imagination, concept and craft. These creative endeavours observe society and culture through visual storytelling in a variety of genres — from dramatic and documentary to experimental and the abstract.

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Looking for work by a specific student? Want to explore with a guide?

Click to download our map, which tells you where to find each graduating student's work.

Get in touch

Want to contact a graduating student? If you have an employment opportunity, a question about their practice, or you're interested in purchasing their work, we can help!

Email us and we'll put you in touch, as long as they've given their permission to be contacted.

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