Emily Carr alumnus Jeremy Hof (07) received the distinguished $25,000 RBC Canadian Painting Competition award Thursday, September 25, 2008 for his work, Layer Painting Red. The award for emerging artists, is one of the largest in Canada. The national public touring exhibition showcasing the works of all 15 finalists is currently in Ottawa and will travel across the country.
Dylan Moore ('13) is exhibiting in the 14th Annual Art about Finn Slough Show at the Richmond Cultural Centre - his first exhibition showcasing his original comic book artwork.
Presented by the Finn Slough Heritage and Wetland Society and sponsored by the Richmond Art Gallery, the show features a limited edition comic and original artwork by Moore in collaboration with Lisa-Jo Ozland.
The exhibit runs from March 13 to 15, 2014 at the Richmond Cultural Centre. For more information, please visit Richmond Cultural Centre.
As part of his Low Residency MAA internship, Andres Wanner (MAA 2013) completed a residency at TRIUMF. Symmetry Magazine has published an article about his work during that period.
Sixteen years after graduating as a nuclear physicist, following a long period of working as a digital designer and educator, Andres Wanner again immersed himself in a physics environment at TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics. Midway through a second Masters degree in Visual Arts, he was curious to revisit his scientific past from a different, artistic perspective.
Alumnus Kevin Eastwood (’99) is an award winning filmmaker who has worked on everything from dark comedies (Fido, the 2007 movie about a boy and his pet zombie), to TV biopics (2008’s Elijah), to documentaries dealing with serious global issues (Eco-Pirate: The Story of Paul Watson in 2011, and Oil Sands Karaoke in 2013). These projects, and the many others to his credit, have found critical, commercial and financial success and made Kevin a sought-after producer and director. Still, the unprecedented success of his latest project, Emergency Room: Life and Death at VGH, exceeded all his expectations.
Commute App™ is a simple and innovative real-time transit app that aims to make your daily commute an enjoyable experience.
Last year, Communication Design alumni Alvin Kwan and Vince Lo (’11), along with Ben Wu (SFU), decided to get together, pool their talents and come up with a project that would contribute to their community. The catch ─ they had to come up with something with a zero-dollar budget.
2012 graduates, Bernie Yao and Nayeli Jimenez, collaborated with The Goodforks Inc. to create a short promotional video.
"Naturally, when it came time to create a short video for our web launch, we strived to capture the very spirit of collaboration, momentum and enthusiasm in the final cut. While looking for people to collaborate with, recent Emily Carr University of Art + Design grads Bernie Yao and Nayeli Jimenez were an easy choice: their commitment, creative spark and sense of humour kept this project rolling—pun intended—well into the wee hours of the morning."
“With pottery, you’re dealing with breath. You breathe life into your art.”
Seymour Art Gallery is presenting Blur, Lucida Lab's inaugural exhibition. Lucida Lab Collaborative is a recent collaboration between Kristina Fiedrich (MAA ’12) and Annie Briard (MAA '13).
Wish You Were Here! is an exhibition of miniature landscapes by Jessie McNeil ('13).
The dioramas of Wish You Were Here! are of places found within Vancouver’s rapidly developing and re-developing landscape documented by the artist and made into miniature form. The resulting work depicts scenes that may or may not still exist, standing as a record of the continuously changing cityscape.
As Susan Stewart claims in her book On Longing, “We ﬁnd the miniature at the origin of private, individual history, but we ﬁnd the gigantic at the origin of public and natural history.”