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EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN CONTINUING STUDIES

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Coming Soon! Our new campus will open in September 2017. We can’t wait to see you there.

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OUR NEW CAMPUS

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SUMMER | MAY - JULY CONTINUING STUDIES COURSES + PROGRAMS


SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR TEENS

JUNIOR ART INTENSIVE

JULY 4-28, 2017 | AGES 16-18*

JULY 17-28, 2017 | AGES 13-15

Join a community of young artists and designers for a one-month intensive where you can elevate your skills and expand your portfolio. Choose one of 10 studio disciplines for in-depth study as you explore contemporary art + design. Showcase your final work in a student-curated exhibition in a public gallery.

In our two-week Junior Art Intensive, creative youth aged 13-15 explore 2D and 3D art-making. Working with professional art instructors in a focused workshop environment, students will complete a variety of projects in drawing, painting, print media and soft sculpture. The program includes an exploration of the creative process and an exhibition of student work.

F Elevate your skills F Expand your portfolio F Exhibit your work F Experience ECU

PROGRAM FEES

F Engage with art F Explore new materials F Enhance your skills F Experience ECU

CHOOSE FROM 10 STUDIOS

Download the Registration Package at teens.ecuad.ca.

Animation F Architecture + Urban Design F Drawing F Fashion + Textiles F Graphic Design F Illustration: Digital F Illustration: Traditional F Painting F Photography: Digital F Video (NEW) F

$2390 (Domestic) $2790 (International)

HOW TO REGISTER

HOW TO REGISTER

Register early – space is limited. Registration closes June 26, 2017.

SCHEDULE

Week 1 (9am - 4pm)

Studios are subject to change.

$1249 (Domestic) $1349 (International)

Download the Registration Package at teens.ecuad.ca.

Register early – space is limited. Registration closes June 19, 2017. *Students must be between the ages of 16 and 18 or have completed Grade 10 as of July 1, 2017 to register.

PROGRAM FEES

MONDAY + TUESDAY

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Sketching: Finding Inspiration

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Drawing

The Creative Process

Painting

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MONDAY + TUESDAY

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Print Media

Soft Sculpture

Final Class Critique

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Print Media

Soft Sculpture

Art Exhibition Set-Up

*Students must be aged 16-18 or have completed Grade 10 by July 1, 2017 to register.

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CO TENT

Our Summer 2017 courses and programs will take place on our Granville Island campus. We look forward to welcoming you to our new campus on Great Northern Way in September 2017.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Full-Time

Communication Design Interaction Design

Part-Time Design Visual Arts

INSTRUCTOR PROFILE Jeanne Krabbendam (painting) 2 3 4 5

Communication Design Design Software Industrial Design Web Design

Multi-discipline

Cultural Studies Professional Practice

Courses at a Glance How to Register

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RESOURCES

FAQs 37 Contact Us 37 Registration Policies + General Information 38

COURSES + WORKSHOPS Design

GET STARTED

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Visual Arts

On the cover: Illustration by 2016 Summer Institute for Teens student Ollie Rollins

Core Skills 19 Drawing 20 Graphic Novel 24 Illustration 25 Painting 28 Photography 33 Print Media 35 Sculpture 36

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1 Year • Full-Time

COMMUNICATION DESIGN CERTIFICATE Delivered by BCIT and Emily Carr University of Art + Design, the Communication Design Certicate is a one-year, full-time program that provides students with a solid foundation in communication design theory as well as graphic design skills in the Adobe Creative Cloud. This career-focused program prepares graduates for a variety of roles in graphic design, advertising and marketing.

START DATES April + October

COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES:

V Brand identity, layout, typography and package design; V Corporate communications and project management; V Prepress production for print and introduction to web design; V Skill development in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign; and V Design thinking and process development.

TERM 1

Design and the Creative Process • Fundamentals of a Visual Language • Introduction to Design and Research Skills • Layout and InDesign 1 • Technology for Designers • Business Communication for Designers

TERM 2

Layout Design and the Static Image • Typography • Major Project 1 • Vector Graphics: Illustrator for Designers • Raster Graphics: Photoshop for Designers

TERM 3

Introduction to Brand Identity • Packaging Design • Corporate Communications • Web Design and Authoring for Designers • Layout and InDesign 2 • Major Project 2

TERM 4

Professional Practices for Designers • Editorial Design • Digital Media Design • Dynamic Media Web Design • Prepress • Major Project 3

HOW TO APPLY

Apply through BCIT. Visit bcit.ca/admission.

GET READY

New to communication design? Start learning some basic skills and create work for your admissions portfolio with these CS courses: CECD 110 Basics of Communication Design CECS 133 InDesign: The Basics

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6 Months • Full-Time

INTERACTION DESIGN CERTIFICATE Our Interaction Design Certificate is a six-month, full-time program that brings together user experience and design principles. Students develop skills in areas from web design to coding to motion graphics as they produce both web and mobile-based applications. Graduates exit the program with a professional-level portfolio and a range of in-demand skills. This program focuses on specific skills required for a range of positions within interaction design.

START DATES

April + September

COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES:

V Design and prototyping for responsive design, including mobile environments; V User interface (UI) and user experience (UX) skills; V Website development using HTML, XML, PHP, JavaScript, jquery, CSS; V Graphic design using Adobe Creative Cloud tools; and V How to lead effective projects and work in teams.

TERM 1

Design Fundamentals • Designing For the Web • Design Research and Management • Interaction Design Studio I • Motion Graphics • Portfolio Development I • Programming for Interactivity • User Centered Design • Web Development I

TERM 2

Mobile Web Development • Mobile Application Design • Mobile Application Production • Interaction Design Studio II • Portfolio Development II • Web Development II

HOW TO APPLY

Submit your application online and include the following: V A portfolio of work V CV or resumé V Academic transcripts (high school and/or university)

GET READY

New to interaction design? Start learning some basic skills and create work for your admissions portfolio with these CS courses: CEDA 232 Introduction To Web Design CECS 130 Adobe Illustrator: The Basics

LEARN MORE

Visit our website: essentials.ecuad.ca

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1-4 Years • Part-Time

PART-TIME CERTIFICATES

DESIGN CERTIFICATES

Part-time certificate programs consist of core and elective courses and are suitable for all levels of experience. These flexible programs focus on technique and portfolio development.

As a part-time certificate student, you will:

V Set your own pace of study and areas of focus V Build a portfolio that showcases your personal style and abilities V Receive feedback and assessments from your instructors V Join a community of like-minded artists and creative individuals V Have access to advance registration in CS courses

HOW TO REGISTER

2D Design | 1-3 Years

Learn the basics of typography, graphic design and design theory while you gain skills in industry-standard software used to create both print and digital portfolio pieces. Get Started CECD 110 Basics of Communication Design

1. Visit ecuad.ca/certificates to download the Part-time Certificate Registration Form and submit it by email to csinfo@ecuad.ca. 2. Visit us in person in Rm 103, North Building, Emily Carr University of Art + Design.

LEARN MORE

V Download our student handbooks from our website V Register online for an upcoming information session V Visit ecuad.ca/certificates

CONTACT US

Registration and Payment: csinfo@ecuad.ca | 604 844 3810 Program Content: csdesign@ecuad.ca (Design) csvisarts@ecuad.ca (Visual Arts)

3D Design | 1-3 Years

Explore industrial design or architectural design from a conceptual and technical standpoint as you work with industry-standard software and physical materials to visualise and produce forms and structures. Get Started CEID 120 Basics of Industrial Design CEID 122 Basics of Architectural Design

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VISUAL ARTS CERTIFICATES

Fine Arts | 1-3 Years

Drawing | 1-4 Years

Painting | 1-4 Years

Get Started CEFA 160 Basics of Composition and Form CEFA 170 Materials and Media in Fine Art Practice

Get Started CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I: Composition/ Process

Get Started CEPN 160 Painting Fundamentals I: Composition/Process

Develop a broad foundation for your fine art practice by working in a range of media and exploring the creative process through hands-on studio time and critical discussions.

Start or expand your drawing practice by developing your skills, building a portfolio, moving beyond pen and ink and examining the medium from a historical and contemporary standpoint.

Play with colour, image, structure and surface as you explore different techniques and work with an array of materials to produce a diverse portfolio that reflects your individual style and talents.

LO I N D I V O K I N G FO ID R A N D U A L CO U RSES WO R KSHO PS?

Photography | 1-3 Years

Working your way from film photography and darkroom development to contemporary digital photography, you will learn the fundamentals of photographic practice necessary to compose and execute evocative images.

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Illustration | 1-4 Years

Experiment with a variety of techniques, tools, and media used in illustration as both an art form and a business, focusing on either commercial or picture book work. Get Started CEIL 170 Introduction to Illustration

Get Started CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography

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COURSES AT A GLANCE DESIGN

COMMUNICATION DESIGN - page 11 CECD 110 SU01 CECD 110 SU02 CECD 160 SU01 CECD 280 SU01 CECD 901 SU01

BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN DRAWING FOR DESIGN DESIGN: IDEATION AND CRITICAL THINKING EXPLORING HAND-LETTERING: FROM FORM TO FREEDOM

JUN 20 - JUL 25 JUN 21 - JUL 26 JUN 4 - JUL 30 JUN 8 - JUL 27 JUN 14

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm COE 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm MARSDEN 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm O’REGAN 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm SAGER 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm ALEXANDER

$290 $290 $340 $300 $65

MAY 9 - JUN 27 MAY 30 - JUL 18 MAY 10 - JUN 28 JUN 5 - JUL 31

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm CLAY 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm HIEBERT 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm HIEBERT 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm HIEBERT

$415 $445 $520 $520

JUN 17 - JUL 29 JUN 6 - JUL 25 JUN 4 - JUL 30 JUN 10 - JUN 11 JUN 6 - JUL 25 JUN 7 - JUL 26 JUN 5 - JUN 28

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9:30 am - 12:30 pm CHAN 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm BAYER 9:00 am - 12:00 pm O’REGAN 10:00 am - 4:30 pm GROPPI 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm CHAN 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm CHAN 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm KOZAK

$310 $330 $340 $205 $290 $315 $265

MAY 28 - JUL 23 MAY 13 - JUN 17 MAY 28 - JUL 23

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9:30 am - 12:30 pm MCMILLAN 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm MCMILLAN 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm MCMILLAN

$425 $425 $415

JUN 4 - JUL 30 MAY 28 - JUL 30 JUL 8 - JUL 29 JUN 7 - JUL 26

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1:30 pm - 4:30 pm HODGKINSON $295 9:30 am - 12:30 pm KUBICEK $295 10:00 am - 3:00 pm ALSTON-O’CONNOR $235 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm GILL $295

JUN 5 - JUN 8 JUN 8 - JUL 27

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9:30 am - 4:30 pm BRIARD 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm BRIARD

$260 $260

JUN 7 - JUL 26 JUN 19 - JUN 22 MAY 9 - MAY 30 JUN 12 - JUN 15

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm TAYLOR 9:00 am - 4:00 pm GRAFTON 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm TUNG 9:00 am - 1:00 pm TUNG

$340 $340 $265 $265

JUN 4 - JUL 30 JUN 4 - JUL 30 JUN 6 - JUL 25 JUN 7 - JUL 26 JUN 8 - JUL 27 JUN 26 - JUN 29

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9:30 am - 12:30 pm LANGERGRABER $300 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm FORBES $300 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm GUDERNA $300 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm SAGER $300 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm LANGERGRABER $300 9:30 am - 4:30 pm SAGER $300

DESIGN SOFTWARE - page 12 CECS 130 CECS 131 CECS 136 CECS 136

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ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR: THE BASICS ADOBE PHOTOSHOP: THE BASICS THE ADOBE SUITE FOR DESIGN AND PRODUCTION THE ADOBE SUITE FOR DESIGN AND PRODUCTION

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN - page 13 CEID 120 CEID 122 CEID 223 CEID 235 CEID 260 CEID 262 CEID 350

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BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN BASICS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL MODELING AND MAQUETTES INTRODUCTION TO RHINO 3D DESIGN SKETCHING MARKER RENDERING URBAN CARTOGRAPHY

WEB DESIGN - page 15 CEDA 232 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN CEDA 250 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO WORDPRESS CEDA 332 SU01 ADVANCED WEB DESIGN

MULTI-DISCIPLINE

CULTURAL STUDIES - page 17 CESE 110 CESE 160 CESE 176 CESE 180

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ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY DESIGN ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART WALKING TOURS A SURVEY AND HISTORY OF ART

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE - page 18 CEPD 190 SU01 THE BUSINESS OF ART PRACTICE CEPD 190 SU02 THE BUSINESS OF ART PRACTICE

VISUAL ARTS

CORE SKILLS - page 19 CEFA 160 CEFA 160 CEFA 170 CEFA 170

SU01 SU02 SU01 SU02

BASICS OF COMPOSITION AND FORM BASICS OF COMPOSITION AND FORM MATERIALS AND MEDIA IN FINE ART PRACTICE MATERIALS AND MEDIA IN FINE ART PRACTICE

DRAWING - page 20 CEDR 160 SU01 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU02 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU03 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU04 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU05 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU06 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS

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DRAWING (Cont’d) CEDR 162 SU01 CEDR 163 SU01 CEDR 164 SU01 CEDR 167 SU01 CEDR 220 SU01 CEDR 230 SU01 CEDR 252 SU01 CEDR 261 SU01 CEDR 267 SU01 CEDR 271 SU01 CEDR 310 SU01 CEDR 330 SU01 CEDR 400 SU01

PERSPECTIVE DRAWING FOR ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS CREATIVE DRAWING AND ARCHITECTURE DRAWING INTO PAINTING: AN INTRODUCTION DRAWING WITH PEN + INK: BLACK-AND-WHITE ANATOMICAL DRAWING I DRAWING TECHNIQUES OF ARTISTS DRAWING THE PORTRAIT DRAWING THE FIGURE AND FACE DRAWING WITH PEN + INK: COLOUR DRAWING TECHNIQUES DRAWING OPEN STUDIO DRAWING/ILLUSTRATION PORTFOLIO LIFE DRAWING OPEN STUDIO

JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUN 5 - JUN 8 JUN 8 - JUL 27 JUN 7 - JUL 26 JUN 7 - JUL 26 JUN 5 - JUL 24 JUN 6 - JUN 27 MAY 10 - JUN 28 MAY 27 - JUL 22 MAY 11 - MAY 18 JUN 5 - JUL 31 JUN 4 - JUN 25

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9:30 am - 12:30 pm O’REGAN $330 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm O’REGAN $315 9:30 am - 4:30 pm GOLDBERG $315 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm HUNC $315 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm TAMER $310 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm STARLING $315 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm SAGER $330 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm LANGERGRABER $245 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm HUNC $315 9:30 am - 12:30 pm JONES $315 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm GUDERNA $125 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm HUNC $315 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm N/A $100

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JUN 12 - JUN 15 JUN 1 - JUL 20 JUN 19 - JUN 22 JUN 26 - JUN 29 JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUN 6 - JUL 25 JUN 5 - JUL 31 JUN 8 - JUL 27 JUN 4

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9:30 am - 2:00 pm MANCINI 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm THOMPSON 9:30 am - 4:30 pm TBA 9:30 am - 4:30 pm MANCINI 9:30 am - 12:30 pm THOMPSON 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm THOMPSON 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm CINAR 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm GEORGE 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm CINAR 10:00 am - 4:30 pm MANCINI

$310 $310 $310 $310 $310 $310 $295 $290 $370 $135

JUN 5 - JUN 8 JUN 7 - JUL 26 JUN 5 - JUN 8 JUN 26 - JUN 29 JUN 5 - JUL 31 JUN 12 - JUN 15 JUN 3 - JUN 24 JUN 4 - JUN 25 JUN 12 - JUN 15 JUN 6 - JUL 25 JUL 17 - JUL 20 JUL 15 - JUL 22 JUL 10 - JUL 13 JUL 10 - JUL 13 JUL 17 - JUL 20 JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUN 5 - JUN 8 JUN 18 - JUL 30 JUL 6 - JUL 27 JUN 7 - JUN 28

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9:00 am - 4:00 pm GUDERNA $365 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm MALLETT $365 9:00 am - 4:00 pm YURKOVICH $325 9:30 am - 4:30 pm GOLDBERG $325 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm WANG $325 9:00 am - 4:00 pm UNDERHILL $325 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm TAYLOR $290 9:00 am - 1:00 pm GUDERNA $290 9:00 am - 4:00 pm KRABBENDAM $330 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm FORBES $300 9:30 am - 4:30 pm KRABBENDAM $325 9:00 am - 5:30 pm KRABBENDAM $300 9:00 am - 1:00 pm GOLDBERG $260 9:00 am - 1:00 pm UNDERHILL $260 9:00 am - 1:00 pm UNDERHILL $260 9:00 am - 12:00 pm DONALD $325 9:30 am - 4:30 pm UNDERHILL $315 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm COGGINS $305 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm YURKOVICH $235 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm UNDERHILL $290

GRAPHIC NOVEL - page 24 CEGN 240 SU01 NARRATIVE STRUCTURES IN GRAPHIC NOVELS CEGN 250 SU01 EXPRESSION AND CHARACTER

ILLUSTRATION - page 25 CEIL 110 CEIL 170 CEIL 200 CEIL 210 CEIL 230 CEIL 235 CEIL 240 CEIL 360 CEIL 440 CEIL 902

SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01 SU01

BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION: THE DRAWING STUDIO INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATION ILLUSTRATING NATURE BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION: THE PAINTING STUDIO COMMERCIAL ILLUSTRATION EDITORIAL ILLUSTRATION ILLUSTRATION FOR PICTURE BOOKS WRITING FOR PICTURE BOOKS: INTRODUCTION ILLUSTRATION FOR PICTURE BOOKS III INTRODUCTION TO BOTANICAL DRAWING

PAINTING - page 28 CEPN 160 SU01 CEPN 160 SU02 CEPN 161 SU01 CEPN 161 SU02 CEPN 162 SU01 CEPN 163 SU01 CEPN 164 SU01 CEPN 164 SU02 CEPN 165 SU01 CEPN 169 SU01 CEPN 190 SU01 CEPN 195 SU01 CEPN 261 SU01 CEPN 263 SU01 CEPN 264 SU01 CEPN 271 SU01 CEPN 315 SU01 CEPN 360 SU01 CEPN 371 SU01 CEPN 373 SU01

PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS FUNDAMENTALS OF ACRYLIC PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS OF ACRYLIC PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS OF OIL PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS OF WATERCOLOUR USING COLOUR USING COLOUR THE BUILT SURFACE: PAINT AND COLLAGE MIXED MEDIA PAINTING TECHNIQUES ANYTHING BUT THE BRUSH WORKING IN LARGE SCALE ACRYLIC PAINTING II WATERCOLOUR PAINTING II USING COLOUR II PAINTING TECHNIQUES THE ART OF PASTEL PAINTING OPEN STUDIO COMPOSITION AND THE PICTURE PLANE APPROACHES TO THE FIGURE AND THE PORTRAIT

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COURSES AT A GLANCE (CONT’D) PHOTOGRAPHY - page 33 CEPH 144 SU01 CEPH 163 SU01 CEPH 230 SU01 CEPH 246 SU01 CEPH 250 SU01 CEPH 250 SU02 CEPH 340 SU01 CEPH 350 SU01 CEPH 441 SU01

PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION ADOBE LIGHTROOM: THE BASICS THE MAGIC OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY THE CONSTRUCTED IMAGE INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITURE INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY THE ART OF ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

MAY 16 - JUN 20 JUN 19 - JUN 28 MAY 18 - JUN 29 JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUN 1 - JUL 20 JUN 26 - JUN 29 JUN 12 - JUN 15 JUN 3 - JUL 29 JUL 22 - JUL 30

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm EVANS 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm MUSSALLEM 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm ASLIZADEH 9:30 am - 12:30 pm HITE 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm MUSSALLEM 9:30 am - 4:30 pm ASLIZADEH 10:00 am - 2:00 pm MUSSALLEM 9:30 am - 12:30 pm MUSSALLEM 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm MUSSALLEM

$240 $295 $300 $315 $315 $315 $240 $300 $265

JUN 6 - JUL 25 JUN 26 - JUN 29 JUN 4 - JUL 16 JUN 17 - JUL 29 JUN 11 MAY 17

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm BROWN 9:00 am - 3:30 pm HALL-PATCH 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm HANNAN 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm HANNAN 10:00 am - 4:30 pm TAYLOR 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm BROWN

$395 $310 $420 $420 $135 $65

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PRINT MEDIA - page 35 CEPR 131 CEPR 162 CEPR 164 CEPR 264 CEPR 901 CEPR 903

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IMAGE TRANSFER TECHNIQUES INTRODUCTION TO SCREEN PRINTING TEXTILE PRINTING I TEXTILE PRINTING II WATERCOLOUR MONOTYPE PRINTS BOOK BINDING BASICS

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Registration opens 9:00 am on March 28, 2017.

HOW TO REGISTER You can register in our courses online, by phone and in person up until the course start date, but we strongly recommend you register early as space is limited and courses do fill up. Register in a single course or several as a new or returning student in the following ways:

ONLINE connect.ecuad.ca/courses

Secure your spot in the courses you want quickly and easily through our online registration system. For instructions on how to use our online registration system, InsideEC, visit our website: connect.ecuad.ca/register.

CONTINUING STUDIES OFFICE HOURS Monday, Wednesday + Thursday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Tuesday 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Friday 8:30 am – 12:30 pm Note: cash and Interac payments accepted during Accounting Office hours only: Monday to Thursday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HOLIDAYS Emily Carr Continuing Studies will not run any courses on May 22 (Victoria Day), July 1 (Canada Day), or August 7 (BC Day). COURSE MATERIALS Find a list of materials and supplies needed for your courses on your registration statement or on connect.ecuad.ca/courses.

BY PHONE Give us a call at 604 844 3810. IN PERSON

Continuing Studies, Rm 103 Emily Carr University of Art + Design 1399 Johnston Street Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9

REGISTRATION POLICIES Please review the registration policies on pages 38-39 before registering in a course.

GIFT CERTIFICATES

Register early – courses fill up fast.

Purchase a gift certificate redeemable towards our courses, workshops, part-time certificates or teen programs. ecuad.ca/cs-gifts

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COMMUNICATION DESIGN BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN

Learn the fundamentals of communication design including process, ideation, research, analysis, concept development, problem definition, and creative problem- solving. Through collaborative exercises, you will be introduced to the design process – from development through to the creation of a mock-up and a short design presentation. Prerequisite(s): None Linda Coe | CECD 110 SU01 Tue | Jun 20 - Jul 25 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $290 | 6 sessions / 18 total hrs

Vjeko Sager | CECD 280 SU01 Thu | Jun 8 - Jul 27 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

Drawing is an essential process in design. It is a necessary tool for concept development and is used to communicate with clients and other design professionals throughout the design and production process. This course introduces you to the basic principles of drawing with a specific focus on applications in design including: point; line; form; tone and value, the representation of mass and volume; and composition. Assignments incorporate exercises in drawing techniques combined with problem solving skills and basic design principles.

WORKSHOP EXPLORING HANDLETTERING: FROM FORM TO FREEDOM

This workshop is an exploration of hand-lettering. From the classical shapes and spacing of Roman Inscription Capitals, to learning how make these shapes more ‘hand friendly’, students will experiment and have fun. By the end of the workshop students will have capitals dance across the page, built a contemporary tower of letters and added some individual touches to their work. Prerequisite(s): None Renee Alexander | CECD 901 SU01 Wed | Jun 14 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm $65 | 1 session / 3 total hrs

Prerequisite(s): None Tony O’Regan | CECD 160 SU01 Sun | Jun 4 - Jul 30 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $340 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

ECU CONTINUING STUDIES SUMMER 2017

From concept development and iteration to techniques for effectively communicating your design ideas, this course encourages you to think beyond the ordinary and to brainstorm, test and develop new concepts through individual and group projects. While considering current issues in design theory and practice, this course will include a variety of media, methods and processes in order to provide you with a varied and useful toolkit for your design practice. Prerequisite(s): None

James Marsden | CECD 110 SU02 Wed | Jun 21 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $290 | 6 sessions / 18 total hrs

DRAWING FOR DESIGN

DESIGN: IDEATION AND CRITICAL THINKING

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DESIGN SOFTWARE ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR: THE BASICS

Adobe Illustrator is a powerful digital tool for many applications including illustration, drawing and design. Learn the key features of this program and become familiar with the basics of digital drawing and painting by creating and modifying geometric shapes, drawing with BĂŠzier curves and utilizing gradients and patterns. Small weekly assignments and one larger illustration project will allow you to apply all the skills learned in class. Note: This course is taught in our Mac Labs using Creative Cloud. Prerequisite(s): Experience using a Mac computer is highly recommended Jaime Clay | CECS 130 SU01 Tue | May 9 - Jun 27 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $415 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP: THE BASICS

Explore the creative potential of Adobe Photoshop for digital image processing and photo editing. Learn the basics of image manipulation including simple retouching, applying filters, blending and combining images and adding text. Other topics include image resolution, masks, channels and paths. This course introduces beginners to the skills and techniques needed to work in this industry-standard program and allows you to immediately apply your knowledge to practical projects. Note: This course is taught in our Mac Labs using Creative Cloud. Prerequisite(s): Strong computer skills are recommended Jen Hiebert | CECS 131 SU01 Tue | May 30 - Jul 18 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $445 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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THE ADOBE SUITE FOR DESIGN AND PRODUCTION

This course is a comprehensive introduction to the Adobe Creative Cloud, including Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign, as an integrated software tool for the design and production of print and digital media. Focus is on gaining basic knowledge of each program and a deeper understanding of how they work as part of an integrated toolkit. You will learn to use these programs for document layout, typesetting and combining vector and raster art to design and produce work for print and digital outputs. Note: This course is taught in our Mac Labs using Creative Cloud. Prerequisite(s): Strong computer skills are highly recommended Jen Hiebert | CECS 136 SU01 Wed | May 10 - Jun 28 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $520 | 8 sessions / 32 total hrs Jen Hiebert | CECS 136 SU02 Mon | Jun 5 - Jul 31 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $520 | 8 sessions / 32 total hrs No class Jul 3


INDUSTRIAL DESIGN BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

This course introduces you to the fundamentals of industrial design. In it, you will gain an awareness of the design process with an emphasis on design criteria. This will be followed by formulation of the design brief, development of creative concepts, user testing and quick model making. You will work on a design project through to completion of a full-scale model and a short design presentation. Prerequisite(s): None Ying-Chiu Chan | CEID 120 SU01 Sat | Jun 17 - Jul 29 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $310 | 6 sessions / 18 total hrs No class Jul 1

BASICS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

This studio course introduces you to the design process as it applies to architecture and architectural space. Through idea generation, sketch models, proposal research and presentation and modeling techniques, you will interpret your ideas architecturally as you also explore the locational, contextual and structural aspects of architectural design. You will also work on a site-specific design project individually and in teams. Prerequisite(s): None Rebecca Bayer | CEID 122 SU01 Tue | Jun 6 - Jul 25 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $330 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN (CONT’D) ARCHITECTURAL MODELING AND MAQUETTES

This studio course introduces you to architectural modeling from drawings. Through exercises and projects you will learn to read design drawings and build foam core models for architecture, interiors, landscape design or industrial design applications. Emphasis will be on quick building techniques, which are useful in the design process. Prerequisite(s): None Tony O’Regan | CEID 223 SU01 Sun | Jun 4 - Jul 30 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm $340 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

INTRODUCTION TO RHINO

Learn how to model, edit and analyze organic 3D surfaces using Rhinoceros, an industry-standard software program. In this two-day intensive workshop, you will acquire hands-on 3D prototyping skills by working from real-life scenarios and problem solving using professional and personal projects as examples. This course is ideal for industrial designers, jewelry makers, product designers and anyone who needs to model or prototype products for manufacturing. Prerequisite(s): None Thomas Groppi | CEID 235 SU01 Sat + Sun | Jun 10 - Jun 11 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm $205 | 2 sessions / 12 total hrs

MARKER RENDERING

Marker rendering allows users to present three-dimensional subjects and concepts on paper professionally. It is a media commonly used by artists, graphic designers, illustrators, architects, interior designers, and industrial designers. In this course, you will learn to render wood, stone, metal, glass and others materials through lectures, demonstrations, and in-class assignments. After learning the basics, students progress to render a finished design composed of different materials. Prerequisite(s): None Ying-Chiu Chan | CEID 262 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

URBAN CARTOGRAPHY

Learn to critically read and record the underlying geometry, overlapping histories and multiple agendas of the city through mapping, measuring and sketching. Using architectural and cartographic tools and techniques, you will examine the metrics behind what makes neighbourhoods different, how we move through the city and how the built environment has taken shape. This beginner course introduces urban inhabitants to ways of reading and understanding the city. Students may include those with an interest in Vancouver history or urban change or students looking to build an architecture or design portfolio. The final outcome of the course will be a critical and technically drafted cartographic drawing. Prerequisite(s): None

3D DESIGN SKETCHING

Sketching is an essential process in 3D design; it documents the flow of ideas and can be used as an effective tool for communication. Explore pencil-sketching techniques commonly used in industrial design, interior design, furniture design, and architectural design. In this course, you will apply design drawing techniques to the visualization of products, environments, forms and space.

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WEB DESIGN INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN

This course will give you an understanding of how websites are made and how to create your own. Content covers the technical and aesthetic issues of developing a website including how to write code that works on any range of browsers and how to design pages that work equally well on large desktop monitors and smart phone screens. If you currently use a Content Management System such as WordPress, knowing how to write HTML and CSS will allow you to take your projects to the next level. Prerequisite(s): Basic computer skills; experience using a Mac is recommended Kevin McMillan | CEDA 232 SU01 Sun | May 28 - Jul 23 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $425 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

INTRODUCTION TO WORDPRESS

As an introduction to web design using WordPress, this course looks at the technology and skills required to develop a content-managed website. Through the production of your own site, you will learn how to make posts, pages and galleries as well as how to use WordPress themes, plugins, widgets and more. This course demonstrates a variety of the easiest and most effective ways of designing, managing and securing your personal WordPress site. Additional topics include how to get a domain and web hosting, how to set up a WordPress testing environment, and auditioning plugins, themes and more. Prerequisite(s): Basic computer skills Kevin McMillan | CEDA 250 SU01 Sat | May 13 - Jun 17 | 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm $425 | 6 sessions / 24 total hrs

ADVANCED WEB DESIGN

This course follows on from Introduction to Web Design, delving deeply into the skills needed by the modern web designer. Topics include responsive web design, advanced CSS selectors, JavaScript libraries, icon fonts, CSS preprocessors, frameworks, strategies for Retina displays, and the emerging CSS3 modules that are fast on their way to becoming mainstream. Prerequisite(s): CEDA 232 Introduction to Web Design or equivalent Kevin McMillan | CEDA 332 SU01 Sun | May 28 - Jul 23 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $415 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

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MULTI-DISCIPLINE

CULTURAL STUDIES ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY DESIGN

This course examines a range of contemporary debates, themes and issues that affect designers including: ‘wicked problems’ in design; social responsibility; design thinking; architecture and urban planning; user-centered design; objects we think with; and many others. In addition to weekly readings and discussions, you will work in teams to address contemporary design challenges, moving from talking about design to the practical implications of developing design proposals. You will develop a greater awareness of ways in which design is connected to your everyday life. Prerequisite(s): None Carley Hodgkinson | CESE 110 SU01 Sun | Jun 4 - Jul 30 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $295 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

Over the past century, Vancouver has transformed from a lumber and port city into a multicultural city of glass. As the architecture of the city has changed, many of its histories have been erased from view. At the same time, Vancouver has also produced internationally renowned artists in a vibrant artistic community, many offering diverse artistic perspectives on the complex identities of this city. This course invites students to explore Vancouver through walking tours that critically question our built environments, field trips to galleries that are cultural hubs for the Vancouver art scene and discussions of key artists’ works that have engaged or addressed the complex facets and pasts of Vancouver. Prerequisite(s): None Jessa Alston-O’Connor | CESE 176 SU01 Sat | Jul 8 - Jul 29 | 10:00 am - 3:00 pm $235 | 4 sessions / 18 total hrs

ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART

This course introduces you to a range of issues affecting contemporary art from the mid-20th century to today. You will examine a number of themes including: the changing role of the artist; the problem of the avant-garde and originality; the idea of discourse; postmodernism and beyond; the problem of ‘beauty’; nature as subject; pastoral tradition and nostalgia; ecological art; new feminism; radical art; cyber-culture and the post-human; and the new sublime. You will complete an exhibition review and a portfolio of research and writing exercises. Prerequisite(s): None Ramon Kubicek | CESE 160 SU01 Sun | May 28 - Jul 30 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $295 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2 + Jul 16

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This course offers an introduction to the history of Western art, focusing on the cultures and individuals that shaped art and architecture over the last 1000 years. Linking historical precedents to contemporary artistic practices, this course will provide you with a general introduction to art history. This course is ideal if you want to be better informed when visiting museums or galleries, or who want to understand their own practice in the context of what went before. Prerequisite(s): None Rajdeep Gill | CESE 180 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $295 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE THE BUSINESS OF ART PRACTICE

This practical course introduces you to basic professional skills that will be integral in your pursuit of a career in the visual arts. This course focuses on the business of art practice: record keeping; seeking representation and exhibition; pricing; marketing; publicity and legal considerations. You will work on creating a basic business plan, as well as core portfolio materials and will learn the basics of finding financial support, studio space, equipment and other professional resources. Prerequisite(s): None Annie Briard | CEPD 190 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 5 - Jun 8 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $260 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs Annie Briard | CEPD 190 SU02 Thu | Jun 8 - Jul 27 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $260 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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VISUAL ARTS

CORE SKILLS

BASICS OF COMPOSITION AND FORM

This foundational course introduces you to the relationship of concept and composition in 2D art practices. You will develop skills in composition by investigating how line, shape, colour, texture and surface treatment enhance and influence form. Experimentation with a variety of media allows you to explore aesthetics and meaning by applying the elements and principles of composition. You will learn to reference historical and contemporary theories and image sources as inspirations for art making. Prerequisite(s): None Andrea Taylor | CEFA 160 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $340 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs Frances Grafton | CEFA 160 SU02 Mon - Thu | Jun 19 - Jun 22 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $340 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

MATERIALS AND MEDIA IN FINE ART PRACTICE

In this course, you will explore the relationship between ideas, materials, media and context, and how these are used to create 3D objects. Both traditional and unconventional materials and processes will be employed in exercises and projects. Topics include: space, mass, volume, plane and texture, as well as how these elements can be manipulated, through your choice of materials. Prerequisite(s): None Annie Tung | CEFA 170 SU01 Tue | May 9 - May 30 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $265 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs Annie Tung | CEFA 170 SU02 Mon - Thu | Jun 12 - Jun 15 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $265 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

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DRAWING DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS

Drawing, observation, recording and compositional organization are foundational tools for any creative practice. In this course, you will explore studies in line, shape, value, perspective, proportion, positive and negative space and the human figure. Using a wide range of drawing materials and hands-on practice, you will be introduced to drawing as a means of intense visual investigation. This course is an ideal, supportive learning environment if you are new to the field of drawing, and are looking to gain skills that will be broadly applicable. Prerequisite(s): None Keith Langergraber | CEDR 160 SU01 Sun | Jun 4 - Jul 30 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2 Ian Forbes | CEDR 160 SU02 Sun | Jun 4 - Jul 30 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2 Martin Guderna | CEDR 160 SU03 Tue | Jun 6 - Jul 25 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs Vjeko Sager | CEDR 160 SU04 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs Keith Langergraber | CEDR 160 SU05 Thu | Jun 8 - Jul 27 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs Vjeko Sager | CEDR 160 SU06 Mon - Thu | Jun 26 - Jun 29 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $300 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

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PERSPECTIVE DRAWING FOR ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS

This course is essential for artists, designers, illustrators and animators who wish to create convincing images of form, depth and space. Regardless of the form you work in, you will improve the impact of your work with an understanding of this powerful drawing technique. You will be guided through step-by-step exercises, moving from rough layout sketches to more carefully proportioned images of world architecture, vehicles and the human form. Prerequisite(s): None Tony O’Regan | CEDR 162 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $330 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

CREATIVE DRAWING AND ARCHITECTURE

DRAWING WITH PEN + INK: BLACK-AND-WHITE

Take a classic, black-and-white approach to the expressive medium of pen and ink drawing. Through exercises and step-by-step tutorials, you will learn to create a range of work, from photo-realism to abstraction and everything in between. Work with a range of pen points using bistre and sepia inks, as well as combinations of ink and watercolour. Experimentation with ink and wash will be introduced as you explore tone, texture, line and stroke, gesture and calligraphy, proportion and visual balance. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent Stan Hunc | CEDR 167 SU01 Thu | Jun 8 - Jul 27 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

This structured, high-energy course develops your basic to intermediate drawing and sketching skills, specifically related to space and spatial concerns. Exercises and projects focus on applying principles of perspective drawing, sketching concepts, and other compositional strategies. A variety of creative freehand techniques will allow you to develop your approach to architectural figurative drawing. Class work includes some drawing from a model.

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Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent; experience drawing from a model is recommended

Tony O’Regan | CEDR 163 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

DRAWING INTO PAINTING: AN INTRODUCTION

This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of drawing and painting and helps you transition from black-and-white to colour in your creative practice. You will investigate line, form, value, colour and pictoral composition by using a variety of drawing materials and water-based paints. You will begin with drawing and move into painting using the still life, the model and the imagination. Prerequisite(s): None Lori Goldberg | CEDR 164 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 5 - Jun 8 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $315 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

This drawing course focuses on the human figure, its construction, and the relationship between skeleton and muscle in order to enhance the understanding of surface anatomy, locomotion and proportion. Through observation and visual research, you will be guided through the process of depicting the anatomical structure of the human figure. Class work includes drawing directly from a model.

Damla Tamer | CEDR 220 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $310 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

DRAWING TECHNIQUES OF ARTISTS

This course focuses on studying the techniques used by Edgar Degas, Vincent Van Gogh, Käthe Kollwitz, Lucian Freud and others to make drawings using a variety of mediums including graphite pencil, pen and ink, charcoal and soft pastel. Students will be taught the drawing approaches used by these artists, focusing on line, tone and composition and apply these techniques to produce their own unique drawings. Through drawing from direct observation, students will make their own still life, portrait and landscape drawings. Class work includes drawing directly from the model. Prerequisite(s): CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I or equivalent is recommended Dan Starling | CEDR 230 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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DRAWING (CONT’D)

DRAWING THE PORTRAIT

This course provides an in-depth study of the head for portraiture. Using a variety of media, including charcoal, ink, and graphite, you will explore proportion, resemblance, texture, shape and expression. Basic structural analysis of both the human head and figure will be covered. Course work includes drawing directly from a model. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent; experience drawing from a model is recommended Vjeko Sager | CEDR 252 SU01 Mon | Jun 5 - Jul 24 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $330 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

DRAWING THE FIGURE AND FACE

Through drawing from a live model, you will learn basic anatomical proportions that you can apply to future work. You will develop a stronger understanding of the proportion and construction of the head and figure as well as typical standing, walking and seated poses. Using gesture, contour and shading, you will learn to capture the human form and to draw and map facial features, hands and feet. This course will be of special interest to anyone who needs to draw scale figures for use in design, illustration, animation or any other artistic form. Prerequisite(s): CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I: Composition/Process or equivalent Keith Langergraber | CEDR 261 SU01 Tue | Jun 6 - Jun 27 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $245 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

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DRAWING WITH PEN + INK: COLOUR

Take a colourful and unconventional approach to pen and ink drawing. In this course, you will learn to create a range of unusual, colour-oriented pen and ink projects. Work with a range of extraordinary pens and colour inks, as well as combinations of ink, watercolour and other creative mediums. You will be encouraged to go beyond ‘classic’ pen techniques and experiment with various forms of line, shape, texture, value and colour-generating methods in a series of independent projects. Prerequisite(s): CEDR 167 Drawing with Pen + Ink: Black-and-White or equivalent Stan Hunc | CEDR 267 SU01 Wed | May 10 - Jun 28 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

DRAWING TECHNIQUES

Move beyond technical deficiencies keeping you from reaching your full potential through this intensive circuit of drawing exercises designed to explore the power of the medium. In this course, you will explore various forms of line drawing, visual interpretation and personal style in a series of challenging projects. Expand your understanding of lines and tones, wet-on-wet pen strokes and splashes, gestures and textures, and experiment with combinations of drawing tools in unconventional black-and-white, mixed media, pencil, charcoal and pen and ink drawing projects. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent Janet Jones | CEDR 271 SU01 Sat | May 27 - Jul 22 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

DRAWING OPEN STUDIO

This self-directed course is intended to provide support for work on your independent projects. You will benefit from individual guidance from the instructor as well as group discussions and critiques. In addition to addressing technical issues, you will have the opportunity to further develop your ideas and personal style. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent; 200-level drawing experience is strongly recommended Martin Guderna | CEDR 310 SU01 Thu | May 11 - May 18 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $125 | 2 sessions / 8 total hrs

DRAWING/ILLUSTRATION PORTFOLIO This course focuses on the production of a portfolio, including selecting and editing work; photo-documentation; writing an artist statement; and organizing text, image and media files. This workshop is ideal for students building a portfolio for post-secondary applications, artist calls, grant applications or employment opportunities. Your portfolio will be reviewed by both the instructor and peers throughout the course. Prerequisite(s): None Stan Hunc | CEDR 330 SU01 Mon | Jun 5 - Jul 31 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 3

LIFE DRAWING OPEN STUDIO

Take advantage of an open studio situation with a model. No instruction is provided. If you have fundamental drawing skills and wish for the opportunity to work on figure or life drawing, this series of weekly sessions is for you. Prerequisite(s): Experience drawing or painting from a model is strongly recommended

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GRAPHIC NOVEL NARRATIVE STRUCTURES IN GRAPHIC NOVELS

The combination of imagery and text can be used to capture a range of stories. This course will focus on narrative structures and the principles of storytelling. Learn how to combine drawing and illustration work with plot and dialogue in everything from short strips to sprawling sagas and editions. Understand how to impart meaning through panels, sequencing and other strategies to tell a compelling story using your own unique voice. Prerequisite(s): None Julian Lawrence | CEGN 240 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $265 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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EXPRESSION AND CHARACTER

This course is a unique opportunity to learn specific gestures and facial structures in order to express emotions effectively. From distinguishing between a smile and a smirk, to exploring the expressive possibilities of the mouth, eyes, ears and nostrils, this course is ideal for illustrators, graphic novel and comic artists who are looking to enhance their technical skills. Prerequisite(s): CEGN 160 The Contemporary Comic or equivalent Julian Lawrence | CEGN 250 SU01 Thu | Jun 8 - Jul 27 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $330 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs


ILLUSTRATION BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION: THE DRAWING STUDIO

INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATION

This course will focus on the drawing techniques specific to botanical illustration for scientific accuracy. Class work will lead to the steps necessary to prepare for traditional botanical illustration in watercolour while providing you with the skills to create clear and accurate drawings strong enough to stand on their own. You will be exposed to masterworks of the genre, both past and present. Mediums will include pencil and ink on paper. Prerequisite(s): Drawing experience; Painting experience is recommended Elizabeth Mancini | CEIL 110 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 12 - Jun 15 | 9:30 am - 2:00 pm $310 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

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Illustration is an effective form for linking images to text and communicating ideas, offering commentary, educating and catching the attention of an audience. In this course you will be introduced to illustration and the many roles it can play. Hands-on projects, presentations, discussions and critiques will expose you to a variety of techniques, media and styles as you explore how content, design elements and materials are used in the translation of ideas into images. Prerequisite(s): None Robin Thompson | CEIL 170 SU01 Thu | Jun 1 - Jul 20 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $310 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

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ILLUSTRATION (CONT’D) ILLUSTRATING NATURE

This course introduces you to the principles of creating accurate drawings from nature. Focusing on form and structure, you will observe natural elements including birds, insects and other fauna. Through close observation, you will learn to translate proportion and depth into two-dimensional representations. Line, tone and value will be explored through work in pen, pencil and ink. Emphasis will be on adherence to detail, literal representation, and measured accuracy towards precise communication through illustration. Prerequisite(s): CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I, CEIL 170 Introduction to Illustration, or equivalent TBA | CEIL 200 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 19 - Jun 22 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $310 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATION: THE PAINTING STUDIO

This course picks up where Botanical Illustration: The Drawing Studio leaves off, exploring botanical Illustration in the tradition of noted botanical painters such as Redoute, Sowerby and the Bauer Brothers. Using detailed watercolour techniques on smooth, hot-pressed paper, you will begin to learn the traditional methods used to create clear, accurate and luminous renderings of botanical subjects. Prerequisite(s): CEIL 110 Botanical Illustration: The Drawing Studio or equivalent Elizabeth Mancini | CEIL 210 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 26 - Jun 29 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $310 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

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COMMERCIAL ILLUSTRATION

This course explores illustration techniques with a focus on commercial marketing and branding. Learn to apply creative designing and drawing skills to the communication design field, and expand your art or design practice to commercial businesses. Practical exercises in logo design, poster design, narrative storyboards and advertising will be applied. You will learn the tools with which to evaluate your own work from the perspective of the commercial market. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent Robin Thompson | CEIL 230 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $310 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class on Jul 1

EDITORIAL ILLUSTRATION

Editorial illustration is the creation of images to accompany text in an effort to illuminate or point to a particular aspect of a story or piece of writing. Through instruction using a variety of traditional and non-traditional media, students will learn to create illustrations for magazine articles, opinion pieces, short fiction and essays. Discussions will include the professional practices of editorial illustrators, how to work with art directors and clients and the different types of illustration that lend themselves to editorial works. Prerequisite(s): CEIL 170 Introduction to Illustration or equivalent Robin Thompson | CEIL 235 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $310 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class on Jul 1


ILLUSTRATION FOR PICTURE BOOKS

This creative and practical course explores illustration for picture books. While being introduced to key classic and contemporary works in this art form, you will be shown how to create an effective illustration and main character, as well as how to develop your own unique style. Topics include: storyboarding and composition exercises, as well as experimenting with ink, pen, brush-work and collage. You will also learn to digitize your illustrations using Photoshop, and how to share them with publishers. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent; basic Mac skills recommended

WORKSHOP INTRODUCTION TO BOTANICAL DRAWING

This workshop prepares beginners with key techniques to build on later, either on their own or through CEIL 110 Botanical Illustration: Drawing or CEIL 210 Botanical Illustration: Painting. Students will come away with an understanding of drawing skills crucial to botanic illustration, such as how to command the line, shape, and space of organic forms. Prerequisite(s): None Elizabeth Mancini | CEIL 902 SU01 Sun | Jun 4 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm $135 | 1 session / 6 total hrs

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WRITING FOR PICTURE BOOKS: INTRODUCTION

Explore the writing processes for many genres of picture books - including board books, early readers, wordless picture books, illustrated books, comics chapter books, middle grade and young adult - in this interactive course. After examining a brief history of each type of book and studying both traditional approaches and current trends, you will learn established techniques to write for each genre. You will also experiment with writing each type of genre yourself through writing prompts and workshopping to help you find the genre best suited to your writing voice. Prerequisite(s): None Kallie George | CEIL 360 SU01 Mon | Jun 5 - Jul 31 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $290 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class on Jul 3

ILLUSTRATION FOR PICTURE BOOKS III

Develop an illustration portfolio geared towards children’s picture books and related fields, or choose to create illustrations for a personal book project. Students are encouraged to produce assignments that build on concepts such as composition, tone and colour to fit their specific portfolio needs. Longer group and one-on-one critiques as well as in-class exercises and presentations will help develop a tailored approach to illustration. Prerequisite(s): CEIL 240 Illustration for Picture Books or equivalent Lisa Cinar | CEIL 440 SU01 Thu | Jun 8 - Jul 27 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $370 | 8 sessions / 32 total hrs No class on Jul 6 ECU CONTINUING STUDIES SUMMER 2017

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PAINTING PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS

This course is an introduction to core principles in painting. Various painting techniques are introduced as you explore basic composition, line, contrast, colour, texture, and the use of tools and materials. Formal elements of composition are explored as you experiment with a variety of techniques and approaches. Through hands-on exercises, you will explore techniques and methods artists have used through the ages. Prerequisite(s): None Martin Guderna | CEPN 160 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 5 - Jun 8 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $365 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs Morgan Mallett | CEPN 160 SU02 Wed | Jun 7 - Jul 26 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $365 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

FUNDAMENTALS OF ACRYLIC PAINTING

This course provides a step-by-step introduction to painting with acrylics. You will gain an understanding of colour, space and composition while being introduced to technical and conceptual concerns. Thinning, thickening and texturing techniques and their applications will be explored. Prerequisite(s): None Karen Yurkovich | CEPN 161 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 5 - Jun 8 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $325 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs Lori Goldberg | CEPN 161 SU02 Mon - Thu | Jun 26 - Jun 29 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $325 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

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FUNDAMENTALS OF OIL PAINTING

Experience the beauty and texture of oil painting. Explore the tools, skills, terminology and imagery of this luminous medium through projects and experimentation. Use and preparation of various surface materials, colour mixing, composition and texture are examined. Prerequisite(s): None Janet Wang | CEPN 162 SU01 Mon | Jun 5 - Jul 31 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $325 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class on Jul 3

FUNDAMENTALS OF WATERCOLOUR

This course introduces you to the essential techniques of painting with watercolour. Through projects and discussion, you will gain familiarity with the properties of watercolour as you explore various approaches to traditional and contemporary concepts. Graded wash, building light and dark values, building perspective and understanding the relation of values to colour will be introduced. Prerequisite(s): None Elena Underhill | CEPN 163 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 12 - Jun 15 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $325 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

USING COLOUR

The use of colour is one of the most important considerations you will make in your practice. This introductory course is ideal for anyone who wants to understand the principles of colour theory and effectively apply those principles to their body of work. You will investigate the creative use of colour in a variety of mediums and explore its use in developing observational and painting skills as well as creating compositional structure. Prerequisite(s): None Andrea Taylor | CEPN 164 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jun 24 | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm $290 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs Martin Guderna | CEPN 164 SU02 Sun | Jun 4 - Jun 25 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $290 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

THE BUILT SURFACE: PAINT AND COLLAGE

Explore non-traditional art materials and ways of working in this introductory course on paint and the built surface. Projects introduce you to image-transfer techniques, collage, spackle and mixed composites. You will experiment with various painting techniques such as frottage, grattage, staining and separation effects. Themes, symbols and concepts related to the object or the place it was found will be developed through discussion and critiques. Prerequisite(s): None Jeanne Krabbendam | CEPN 165 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 12 - Jun 15 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm $330 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

MIXED MEDIA PAINTING TECHNIQUES

For both beginner and experienced painters, this course introduces the process of image-making on a variety of surfaces. Working with a range of materials such as gesso, plaster, paint, ink, charcoal and various papers, you will explore expression and emotion through layering, drawing and brushwork. Prerequisite(s): None Ian Forbes | CEPN 169 SU01 Tue | Jun 6 - Jul 25 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs

ANYTHING BUT THE BRUSH

This course will challenge you to expand your approach to paint application by introducing you to a broad range of common and unusual art tools, from knives and rollers to tile-cutters, brooms, sticks and trowels. In this course, you will step outside of your usual methods and set aside your most comfortable ways of working with paint. Assignments will focus on larger projects and on creating paint-based mixed media art in non-conventional ways. Prerequisite(s): 100-level painting experience is recommended Jeanne Krabbendam | CEPN 190 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jul 17 - Jul 20 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $325 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

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PAINTING (CONT’D)

WORKING IN LARGE SCALE

Challenge yourself with this intensive short course on making the move to large scale pieces. Experiment with acrylics and mixed media as you disrupt your creative process and expand your work into new dimensions. Learn to use bigger gestures and tools (knives, brushes and more) to match the scale of the work you are creating. Discover how to alter your approach when working with large surfaces and gain a new level of confidence. Prepare to work hard in order to leave with a completed piece. Prerequisite(s): 100-level painting experience is recommended Jeanne Krabbendam | CEPN 195 SU01 Sat | Jul 15 - Jul 22 | 9:00 am - 5:30 pm $300 | 2 sessions / 16 total hrs

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ACRYLIC PAINTING II

This intermediate course is designed to further your exploration of acrylic painting as an expressive medium. You will explore and experiment with materials and a variety of conceptual and technical approaches to painting with acrylics. Emphasis will be on your individual development and on enhancing your technical skills and personal expression. The course will move fluidly between traditional applications, and abstract and expressive ones. Prerequisite(s): CEPN 161 Fundamentals of Acrylic Painting or equivalent Lori Goldberg | CEPN 261 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jul 10 - Jul 13 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $260 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs


WATERCOLOUR PAINTING II

This intermediate course expands your fundamental skills in watercolour. You will continue to explore traditional, alternative and experimental approaches to creating imagery that is lively, vibrant and authentic. Experimentation and improvisation will help you open up the more expressive and communicative qualities of this fluid and flexible medium. Inspiration will come from working with the still life, the human figure and more imaginative exercises. Prerequisite(s): CEPN 163 Fundamentals of Watercolour or equivalent Elena Underhill | CEPN 263 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jul 10 - Jul 13 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $260 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

THE ART OF PASTEL

Explore the versatility of the medium of pastel in this introductory course. Pastel offers a range of possiblies within the intersection of drawing and painting. Students will learn the expressive properties of the medium, as well as appropriate application and preservation methods. Students will also have the opportunity to experiment with the subtleties of colour and composition. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level painting course or equivalent; Experience in drawing is recommended Elena Underhill | CEPN 315 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 5 - Jun 8 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $315 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

PAINTING OPEN STUDIO

USING COLOUR II

This intermediate course allows you to further expand your understanding of colour by exploring intense and diminished colour as well as discords and spatial effects. Focus will be on supporting you to develop a personal colour palette, as well as practical skills and imaginative approaches to colour in your personal work. Prerequisite(s): CEPN 164 Using Colour or equivalent Elena Underhill | CEPN 264 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jul 17 - Jul 20 | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm $260 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

PAINTING TECHNIQUES

This self-directed course is intended to provide support for work on your independent projects. You will benefit from individual guidance from the instructor as well as group discussions and critiques. In addition to addressing technical issues, you will have the opportunity to further develop your ideas and personal style. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level painting course or equivalent is required; 200-level painting expierience is strongly recommended. Sean Coggins | CEPN 360 SU01 Sun | Jun 18 - Jul 30 | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm $305 | 6 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

Move beyond technical deficiencies keeping you from reaching your full painting potential as you work through this intensive circuit of exercises designed to explore the full muscle power of your brush and palette. Great for the beginner just starting out, as well as for advanced artists wanting to refine skills and gain greater confidence in paint application. Course work will be done using acrylic paints. Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level painting course or equivalent Rebecca Donald | CEPN 271 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm $325 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

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PAINTING (CONT’D) COMPOSITION AND THE PICTURE PLANE This course will focus on how to create successful compositions exploring balance, form and colour in both traditional and contemporary painting. You will learn how to transition between specific techniques introduced in CEPN 271 Painting Techniques and how to use these within the same painting. You will work on using the full potential of the picture plane, establishing a strong sense of perspective, dynamism, and unity. Exercises will focus on both the abstract and still life genres. Prerequisite(s): CEPN 271 Painting Techniques or equivalent Karen Yurkovich | CEPN 371 SU01 Thu | Jul 6 - Jul 27 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $235 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

APPROACHES TO THE FIGURE AND THE PORTRAIT

This course explores diverse ways of representing the figure and the portrait. There will be instruction on the figure/ground relationship, as well as the capturing of emotion. You will explore both traditional paint techniques and contemporary concepts of representing the human face and form. Course work will be done using acrylic paints. Prerequisite(s): CEPN 271 Painting Techniques or equivalent Elena Underhill | CEPN 373 SU01 Wed | Jun 7 - Jun 28 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $290 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

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PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION

THE MAGIC OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY

Prerequisite(s): Students are required to bring their own 35mm or digital camera (manual operation) and should have basic knowledge of light metering/ proper exposure

Prerequisite(s): Foundation in photographic principles and practical knowledge of your own camera

Composition affects both the visual impact and message of an image or photograph. The spatial relationships within an image and what a photographer includes or omits from the frame influence how work is interpreted and received. In this course, students examine the various aspects of composition. Through lectures, assignments, self-directed projects and critiques, student explore line, shape, colour, texture, depth of field, and surface. Note: This course does not include darkroom or computer lab access.

The street has been a subject of interest since the birth of photography. From Eugene Atget and Henri CartierBresson to Robert Frank and Diane Arbus, the camera became the lens through which photographers began to observe and document everyday life. In this course, you will walk the streets to discover ever-changing inspiration, while learning important considerations for composition, lighting and subject matter through lectures and hands-on assignments. This course will also feature in-depth critiques, feedback and discussions. Note: This course does not include darkroom access.

Diane Evans | CEPH 144 SU01 Tue | May 16 - Jun 20 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $240 | 6 sessions / 18 total hrs

Matilda Aslizadeh | CEPH 230 SU01 Thu | May 18 - Jun 29 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $300 | 6 sessions / 24 total hrs No class on May 25

ADOBE LIGHTROOM: THE BASICS

THE CONSTRUCTED IMAGE

Prerequisite(s): Experience using a Mac computer; experience with digital photography recommended

Prerequisite(s): Basic Photoshop experience

Adobe Lightroom is an industry-standard program that allows photographers to manage and edit their work. Learn how to make your workflow more efficient and discover how Lightroom can save you time editing and exporting individual and multiple images. Using Lightroom and Photoshop, students will upload, edit, process and export their digital photographs while learning about presets, outputs and other tools that are invaluable to professional photographers. Note: Students can work on their own laptops if they have Lightroom and Photoshop installed.

Kathryn Mussallem | CEPH 163 SU01 Mon + Wed | Jun 19 - Jun 28 | 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm $295 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

A constructed image is a photo-based image that has been altered through the use of digital manipulation, drawing, painting or collage to create a specific visual experience. In this course, you will investigate classic themes from art history and reinterpret them through the combination of analog and digital processes. You will learn advanced Photoshop tools and techniques that you can apply to making work that is cleverly constructed and conceptually compelling. Note: This course is Mac lab-based and does not involve darkroom techniques.

Josh Hite | CEPH 246 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class on Jul 1

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Pregnant or breast-feeding people are prohibited from taking photography courses with darkroom access due to the chemicals involved.

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INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

This course is designed for those beginning to explore photography using a digital camera or for those wanting to add digital techniques to their current photographic practice. While focusing on the specific nature of digital photography, you will also be exposed to larger considerations of composition, lighting and framing. Additionally, you will learn basic image editing and printing techniques. The course is organized around a series of projects, but also offers you the opportunity to work on your independent projects. Prerequisite(s): Experience using a Mac computer; students must bring their own digital camera with USB connectivity Kathryn Mussallem | CEPH 250 SU01 Thu | Jun 1 - Jul 20 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm $315 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs Matilda Aslizadeh | CEPH 250 SU02 Mon - Thur | Jun 26 - Jun 29 | 9:30 am - 4:30 pm $315 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITURE

The ability to create a compelling portrait is an important skill for any photographer. This practical and theoretical introduction to photographic portraiture is an opportunity for any student wanting to expand their photographic portrait style and techniques. Exploring the history and evolution of photographic portraiture and the practical techniques used for producing a contemporary portrait, this course will include the use of natural and studio lighting and working with live models, as well as photographing your own subjects. This course is for both analog and digital photographers. This course does not include darkroom access.

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INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Building on CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography, you will apply your technical skills towards creating contemporary artistic projects and developing your understanding of contemporary photographic practices and methods of display. Topics will include seriality, multiples, and moving images. You will critique the work of established artists as well as the work created in class. Prerequisite(s): CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent; students are required to bring their own digital camera, USB cable and external drive Kathryn Mussallem | CEPH 350 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 9:30 am - 12:30 pm $300 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

THE ART OF ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

In this course you will learn introductory techniques for architectural photography for both interior and exterior condition. From lighting and framing, to preparing and setting up for the shoot, this course will balance demonstrations with hand-on assignments and location shoots. This course is ideal for someone who may want to consider commercial photography options such as real-estate or interior design, or someone who wants to better expand their creative vocabulary towards their own independent work.

Prerequisite(s): Foundation in photographic principles and practical knowledge of your own camera

Prerequisite(s): CEPH 148 Black-and-White Film Photography and CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent

Kathryn Mussallem | CEPH 340 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 12 - Jun 15 | 10:00 am - 2:00 pm $240 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs

Kathryn Mussallem | CEPH 441 SU01 Sat + Sun | Jul 22 - Jul 30 | 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm $265 | 4 sessions / 16 total hrs


PRINT MEDIA INTRODUCTION TO SCREEN PRINTING

Screen-printing techniques provide artists with a simple method of applying their images and ideas to a wide variety of materials and surfaces. Expand your image-making options by learning the basics of screen-printing to print your hand-drawn and photographic images onto paper and alternative surfaces. Lessons in concept development, screen and surface preparation, registration and preservation culminate in learning how to establish a studio practice for continued art production and explorations.

Textile printing is the application of colour in definite patterns or designs to fabrics. This course is a continuation of Textile Printing I and is designed to take students further into establishing a home practice set-up for fabric painting. Students will explore new concepts and creative approaches while refining their technical skills and expanding their knowledge of dyes, pigments and fabrics. Prerequisite(s): CEPR 164 Textile Printing I Eleanor Hannan | CEPR 264 SU01 Sat | Jun 17 - Jul 29 | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm $420 | 6 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

Prerequisite(s): None Vanessa Hall-Patch | CEPR 162 SU01 Mon - Thu | Jun 26 - Jun 29 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm $310 | 4 sessions / 24 total hrs

TEXTILE PRINTING I

TEXTILE PRINTING II

Textile printing is the application of colour in definite patterns or designs to fabrics. You will practice a number of methods for printing on fabrics, including block printing and screenprinting. Lessons in concepts and creative approaches, as well as technical practices such as basic dyeing and fabric painting, will lead towards establishing a home practice set-up for fabric printing. You will learn about various types of dyes and fabric pigments. Paint techniques and cloth types appropriate to each method used will be demonstrated.

WORKSHOP WATERCOLOUR MONOTYPE PRINTS

Painterly printmaking without a press is possible with some forms of monotype printmaking. Explore the possibilities of the lift print, and water-based ink monotypes. Also discover methods of incorporating monotypes into your paintings. Prerequisite(s): None Andrea Taylor | CEPR 901 SU01 Sun | Jun 11 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm $135 | 1 session / 6 total hrs

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WORKSHOP BOOK BINDING BASICS

Eleanor Hannan | CEPR 164 SU01 Sun | Jun 4 - Jul 16 | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm $420 | 6 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 2

Discover the potential of book arts with two easy hand-made bookbinding techniques. Learn how to fold, cut and cover an accordion book and how to assemble, fold and sew a softcover journal. Explore the possibilities for making your own notebooks, notepads and selfpublished printed matter. Equipment, materials, and creative alternatives will be discussed. Prerequisite(s): None Aimee Brown | CEPR 903 SU01 Wed | May 17 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm $65 | 1 session / 3 total hrs

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SCULPTURE SMALL-SCALE MODELING

Explore the fundamental techniques of modeling in this hands-on studio course. Using Plastalina and clay, you will be introduced to the additive process of modeling, where the basic shape is blocked out and the surface form is built up gradually over the entire sculpture. Through demonstrations, exercises and projects, you will learn how to create small-scale sculpture and relief sculpture using the basic sculptural elements of mass, space, plane, line, scale, movement and texture. Techniques and skills learned will appeal to animators, sculptors, potters, product designers and many others. Prerequisite(s): None Vicky Israel | CESC 179 SU01 Sat | Jun 3 - Jul 29 | 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm $280 | 8 sessions / 24 total hrs No class Jul 1

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Do you offer courses for teens?

Yes! We offer many different programs specifically for teens. Visit teens.ecuad.ca for more information.

Where are the courses held?

All Continuing Studies courses in Summer 2017 will be held on our Granville Island campus. Our new campus on Great Northern Way will open in Fall 2017.

Where can I buy supplies, and how much will they cost?

Most Continuing Studies courses require that students purchase supplies. A list of required and recommended items is provided with your confirmation of registration in each course. Some supplies are available at a discounted rate for Continuing Studies students from Opus Framing & Art Supplies on Granville Island and Petrov Arts & Crafts in North Vancouver. You must present your course registration confirmation/receipt to receive your discount. In general, students should expect to spend between $50-$200 on supplies for each course.

Am I eligible for a discount on courses?

Do Continuing Studies courses count toward university degrees at Emily Carr? Continuing Studies general program courses do not ladder into the University’s credit programs. Communication Design Certificate graduates can now receive transfer credits. See essentials.ecuad.ca for more information.

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Seniors: A discount of 10% is available to all seniors aged 60 or older at the time of registration, with identification.

General Information

Alumni: A discount of 10% is available for those who have completed an ECU diploma or degree, the Communication Design Certificate or the Interaction Design Certificate.

Continuing Studies Office Hours Mon, Wed, Thurs: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Tues: 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Fri: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Note: only one discount will apply.

How will I know if a course is cancelled or changed?

In the event of a course cancellation or a change of instructor, room, date or time, all students registered in the course will be notified by email. Please check connect.ecuad.ca/courses for the most up-to-date information.

Emily Carr University of Art + Design Continuing Studies Room 103 – North Building 1399 Johnson Street, Granville Island Vancouver BC V6H 3R9 ecuad.ca/cs @EmilyCarrCS

Do I receive a tuition tax credit for Continuing Studies courses?

Yes. T2202A Tax Receipts are available to download through InsideEC by the end of February. Please note, tax receipts are only issued for amounts over $100.

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REGISTRATION POLICIES + GENERAL INFORMATION We strongly recommend students register early as class sizes are limited and courses do fill up. Registration in courses is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Unless otherwise indicated, students in Continuing Studies (CS) courses must be at least 18 years old by the course start date. Please note that the policies listed in this calendar apply to individual courses and workshops only. For policies on our other programs, please see essentials.ecuad.ca, teens.ecuad.ca and ecuad.ca/cs.

Registration Deadlines

You are encouraged to register early whenever possible, but registrations may be accepted up to one day prior to the first day of the course provided space is available. Students who do not appear on the instructor’s course list will not be permitted to attend. Please note that no registrations are accepted after a course has started.

Fees

Your tuition fees cover the cost of the course and, in some cases, materials provided by the instructor. However, most courses require students to purchase additional materials. Fees are payable at the time of registration. Payment can be made through cash, debit and credit. Failure to make payment within 24 hours of registration will result in being removed from your course(s).

Course Materials

Most Continuing Studies courses require that you purchase supplies. A list of required and recommended items is included in your registration statement and available online at connect.ecuad.ca/courses. Some supplies are available at a discounted rate for Continuing Studies students from Opus Framing & Art Supplies on Granville Island, and at Petrov’s Art & Craft Supplies in North Vancouver. You must present your course registration confirmation/receipt to receive your discount.

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Many Continuing Studies courses are open to students with different backgrounds and levels of experience. However, we also offer advanced courses for more experienced students. If a course requires a prerequisite course or its equivalent, we highly recommend that you take the prerequisite course prior to taking the

advanced course. Please note: If you are not at the level required for the course, Continuing Studies reserves the right to move you to a course more suitable to your skill level.

Language Requirements

All courses are taught in English. Students whose first language is not English should note that they are required to be proficient in written and spoken English and be able to participate in group discussions and presentations in English. As a guideline, we would expect you to have an IELTS score of 4.5 for studio courses and 6.0 for lecture courses. Please note: If you are not at an appropriate language level, Continuing Studies reserves the right to move you to a course more suitable to your skill level.

Registration Statement

When you register online, you will automatically receive a “Registration Confirmation + Materials List” email with links to your course timetable, room location and materials list online. If you do not receive an email, please make sure your current email address is listed on your account and then contact the CS office. If you register in person, by phone or by fax, you will receive an email with your registration statement within 24 hours. Please note: We no longer send registration statements by mail.

Wait Lists

If a course is full, contact the CS office to be added to a wait list. If a seat opens up in the course, you will be contacted by the CS office to be enrolled in the course. There is no cost to be added to the wait list and you are under no obligation to register if a space becomes available. Students on wait lists cannot attend classes.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

No refund will be given if notification of withdrawal is received less than seven full calendar days before the start of the course. Exceptions are only considered as they pertain to extenuating circumstances on an individual basis. In such cases, a written request for refund, accompanied by appropriate documentation from a third party (e.g. subpoena), must be submitted. A refund or a tuition voucher, minus an administrative charge of $35 per course, will be issued if notification of withdrawal is received more than seven full calendar


days prior to the course start date. Students may withdraw from a course by phone, fax, or email. Under no circumstances will refunds be granted for requests received after the end of a course or workshop. Course transfers or special requests can also not be accommodated after a course finishes.

Course Transfer Policy

No transfers of fees will be granted if notification of transfer is received less than seven full calendar days before the start of the course. A transfer of fees, minus an administrative charge of $35, will be issued if the request for transfer is received more than seven full calendar days prior to the start date of the course you wish to transfer out of. You must pay any additional fees at the time of transfer. You may transfer from one course to another by phone, fax or email.

Cancellations

We reserve the right to cancel a course up to five calendar days prior to the course start date if there is not sufficient registration in a course. If a course is cancelled by Continuing Studies for any reason, a full refund will be processed and sent automatically to all registrants. In the event of a cancellation, CS can transfer you into a different course or provide a tuition voucher in lieu of a refund upon request. Course cancellations will be announced to each student by email. Please ensure that your email is on le and up to date.

Emergency Closures

In the event of an emergency closure due to poor weather conditions, information will be posted on the Emily Carr website (ecuad.ca) as soon as a decision is made to close.

Postponement of Courses

In the event that a course needs to be cancelled or postponed due to instructor illness, unscheduled school closure or other unexpected event, you will be notified by email.

Waiver

Emily Carr accepts no responsibility in the event any class, course of instruction, seminar, or workshop is either cancelled or not completed as a result of strikes, lockouts, fire, natural disasters or any other cause beyond the control of the University. Emily Carr reserves the right to change or amend its programs, instructors, fee structure, schedule and regulations at any time from those published in this catalogue.

Student Code of Conduct

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Emily Carr Library

The library is located on the ground floor of the South Building, Granville Island campus. The library collection is composed of print resources including books, journals, and exhibition catalogues; a broad range of electronic resources; slide and digital images; films, videos and DVDs; sound effects; artists’ books; the University’s archives; and a menu collection. Some items may be ‘On Reserve’ for specific courses. Library collections are accessible in-house to all students, faculty and the public. Students registered in Continuing Studies courses and programs are entitled to a free Community Borrower card, which means that they can borrow up to 15 books, graphic novels, or Exhibition Catalogues. For information regarding library services and hours, please call 604 844 3840 or check the library website ecuad.ca/library.

The Concourse Gallery

The Concourse Gallery is the main showcase for work done within the curriculum at Emily Carr. It has featured shows by degree students, CS students, faculty, staff and visitors involved in generating new ways of learning. CS organizes many shows that pertain to our programming in the summer semester, and we invite you to visit and be inspired.

The Charles H. Scott Gallery

The Charles H. Scott Gallery is an integral part of Emily Carr. Since it opened in 1980, the Gallery has played a significant role locally and provincially. The Gallery regularly presents exciting and varied exhibitions of art, design, and architecture by acclaimed regional, national, and international artists and designers. For more information, visit chscott.ecuad.ca.

READ at The Charles H. Scott Gallery

READ is an ongoing project of the Charles H. Scott Gallery developed to promote the continued availability of artist monographs, artist books, multiples, exhibition catalogues, and critical theory. e focus is primarily on contemporary artists and contemporary art discourse. READ also carries books on lm, design, and architecture and has a select collection of magazines and journals. READ sells all Emily Carr University’s course textbooks.

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INSTRUCTOR PROFILE Jeanne Krabbendam Painting Instructor

In 2016, Continuing Studies instructor Jeanne Krabbendam was recognized by the British Columbia Art Teachers’ Association (BCATA) with the Post-Secondary Award for Excellence in the teaching of Visual Arts for her work in the community and at Emily Carr University. “To see people find their own way of putting down paint, using colour, discovering their own voice — it’s very rewarding,” says Jeanne, who has taught at Emily Carr University for 11 years.

“To see people find their own way of putting down paint, using colour, discovering their own voice — it’s very rewarding.” Jeanne Krabbendam Mixed Media Artist and CS Instructor Describing herself as “a mixed-media artist at heart,” Jeanne teaches several CS courses that cover abstract work and layering techniques, for both emerging and established artists. CEPN 365 Open Studio Layering Techniques, is designed for experienced artists with a goal in mind.

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“The Open Studio is for motivated students,” says Jeanne. “It’s very self-directed.”

Students may be working on a portfolio for undergraduate admission or building a series of work for a gallery showing. “We analyse the work but we also leave time for creation,” she says. In introductory courses, such as CEPN 165 The Built Surface and CEPN 190 Anything But the Brush, Jeanne encourages students to take risks and not to fear mistakes. “Anything But the Brush is a great course for anyone intimidated by working in large-scale,” she says. “It really opens people up and encourages them to work with completely different tools.” In the classroom, Jeanne draws frequently on her own experiences, including techniques she’s developed. She’s seen students from her CS courses go on to undergraduate or master’s degrees at Emily Carr or find their place in Vancouver’s art community. “A real community develops between students,” she says. “They challenge each other and sometimes stay in touch after the course, even exhibiting work together.” Outside of Emily Carr, Jeanne volunteers her art education skills at Coast Mental Health and leads small groups of students on personal painting tours by boat through her native Holland.


SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR TEENS

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JULY 4-28, 2017 | AGES 16-18*

JULY 17-28, 2017 | AGES 13-15

Join a community of young artists and designers for a one-month intensive where you can elevate your skills and expand your portfolio. Choose one of 10 studio disciplines for in-depth study as you explore contemporary art + design. Showcase your final work in a student-curated exhibition in a public gallery.

In our two-week Junior Art Intensive, creative youth aged 13-15 explore 2D and 3D art-making. Working with professional art instructors in a focused workshop environment, students will complete a variety of projects in drawing, painting, print media and soft sculpture. The program includes an exploration of the creative process and an exhibition of student work.

F Elevate your skills F Expand your portfolio F Exhibit your work F Experience ECU

PROGRAM FEES

F Engage with art F Explore new materials F Enhance your skills F Experience ECU

CHOOSE FROM 10 STUDIOS

Download the Registration Package at teens.ecuad.ca.

Animation F Architecture + Urban Design F Drawing F Fashion + Textiles F Graphic Design F Illustration: Digital F Illustration: Traditional F Painting F Photography: Digital F Video (NEW) F

$2390 (Domestic) $2790 (International)

HOW TO REGISTER

HOW TO REGISTER

Register early – space is limited. Registration closes June 26, 2017.

SCHEDULE

Week 1 (9am - 4pm)

Studios are subject to change.

$1249 (Domestic) $1349 (International)

Download the Registration Package at teens.ecuad.ca.

Register early – space is limited. Registration closes June 19, 2017. *Students must be between the ages of 16 and 18 or have completed Grade 10 as of July 1, 2017 to register.

PROGRAM FEES

MONDAY + TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY + FRIDAY

am

Drawing

Sketching: Finding Inspiration

Painting

pm

Drawing

The Creative Process

Painting

Week 2 (9am - 4pm)

MONDAY + TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY

FRIDAY

am

Print Media

Soft Sculpture

Final Class Critique

pm

Print Media

Soft Sculpture

Art Exhibition Set-Up

*Students must be aged 16-18 or have completed Grade 10 by July 1, 2017 to register.

teens.ecuad.ca

teens@ecuad.ca

teens.ecuad.ca

teens@ecuad.ca


BC Place Science World

Main St. Skytrain Station

Emily Carr University Granville Island

Term in FALSE CREEK

W. 2ndAve.

Main St.

NEW C

W. 6th Ave.

Great Northern

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Way

Cambie St.

Olympic Village Station

AMPU

EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN CONTINUING STUDIES

1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver BC V6H 3R9 ecuad.ca/cs

3626881

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Coming Soon! Our new campus will open in September 2017. We can’t wait to see you there.

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OUR NEW CAMPUS

VCC Skytrain Station

SUMMER | MAY - JULY CONTINUING STUDIES COURSES + PROGRAMS

Continuing Studies at Emily Carr University: Summer 2017  

Join a community of practice through specialized courses and programs in art + design.

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