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SUMMER2011 continuing studies courses + programs

EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN CONTINUING STUDIES

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

3626881

SUMMER2011 continuing studies courses + programs


TELL YOUR STORY? Digital Storytelling: From Shoebox to YouTube..............p. 16 Writing for Graphic Novels..................p. 19 Illustration for Childrens’ Books..........p. 20 The Practice of the Artist’s Journal.....p. 47

BUILD SOMETHING BIG? Architectural Modeling and Maquettes...........................p. 23 Laser Cutter Workshop...................p. 23 Introduction to Metal Sculpture.......p. 49

MAKE AN IMPRESSION?

LETTERPRESS WORKSHOP p. 4

Introduction to Letterpress........p. 4 Printmaking Techniques.............p. 45 The Art of Social Media...............p. 46 Intro to Mold Design and Casting............................p. 48

with Andrea Taylor June 6 – July 11

URBAN INTERVENTIONS: DESIGN/BUILD INTENSIVE p. 24 with Lukas Armstrong June 20 - June 24

SPATIAL TYPOGRAPHY p. 7 with Working Format June 18 + June 22

DESIGN IN THE FIELD

ARE YOU READY TO...

June 18 – 26, 2011

A collaborative, hands-on burst of design activity for both emerging and practicing designers – a chance to bust out of the office in the summer and experiment with materials, access woodshops, laser-cutters and letterpress equipment, participate in short design/ builds and collaborate with the design community.

ecuad.ca/cs/institutes

GET GROUNDED? Walking Tour: Art in Public Spaces......p. 9 A Survey and History of Art................p. 10 Brush Stroke Bootcamp II: Landscape and Natural Elements....p. 41 Environmental Installation.................p. 48

HACK THE SYSTEM?

MEASURE AND MARK?

Basic Electronics for Interactivity...........................p. 23 Design for Social Change............p. 25 Hack your Bike...........................p. 34

Perspective Drawing for Artists and Designers.................p. 13 Basics of Architectural Design........p. 22 Concepts in Furniture Design..........p. 24 Urban Cartography.........................p. 24

OPEN SOURCE CITY: FIELD STUDIES p. 10 with Oliver Kelhammer June 20 – June 24

URBAN CARTOGRAPHY p. 24 with Laura Kozak June 13 – July 6

PACT 21 p. 25 facilitated by 221A Artist Run Centre June 25


SUMMER

2011 Table of Contents Courses + Workshops Aboriginal Arts (NEW) Book Arts Communication Design Computer Skills Cultural Studies Digital Media Drawing Film + Video Stereoscopic 3D Graphic Novel Illustration Industrial Design Interaction Design (NEW) Material Practice Painting Photography Printmaking Professional Development Sculpture + Installation Writing

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Summer Institute for Teens Frequently Asked Questions Timetable Professional Services Certificate Programs Fine Art Techniques 2D Design Basics 3D Design Basics Design Essentials How to Register Registration Information + Policies Registration Form

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Instructor biographies are available at www.ecuad.ca/people/faculty/cs Registration Opens March 31, 2011

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EXPLORE, CREATE + ENJOY

CONTINUING STUDIES TECHNICIANS (L to R):

Marlene Yuen, Gwen Phelan, Claire Schagerl, Jacqueline Robins, Philip Robbins, Aja Billas. Photo by William Cupit.

At Continuing Studies we...

• offer a broad range of courses and workshops in a variety of

formats, allowing us to respond to your interests and needs.

• keep class sizes small to foster an atmosphere of focused

learning. Our classes emphasize a ‘hands-on’, real-life format ranging from short, subject-based workshops, to professional development classes and studio-based courses.

• continue to expand our outreach activities with community, educational and corporate partners. We offer Design Essentials in partnership with BCIT, we deliver creative training to companies and organizations, and we design innovative education programs with schools and organizations, both local and international in scope.

• support a community of professional instructors who have active practices in their respective fields in art and design.

©2011 Published by Continuing Studies www.ecuad.ca/cs

DIRECTOR, CS Sadira Rodrigues OFFICE ASSISTANT, CS Valerie Ceppi + John Skibinski PROGRAM ASSISTANT, CS Amy Clausen SPECIAL PROJECTS ASSISTANT, CS Laura Kozak

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SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, CS Terry Plummer OFFICE ASSISTANT, REGISTRATION, CS Ted Bois ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/ WEB REGISTRATION, CS Danielle Benda

DESIGN + ART DIRECTION Cari Bird PHOTOGRAPHY Front + Back Covers: John Lee Images Inside: Jeff Vinnick, John Lee, Josh Bowie and William Ting.

Printed in Canada

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Tool Crib

GENERAL INFORMATION Student Code of Conduct A University community depends on the good judgment and considerate behaviour of its members. Emily Carr expects the members of its community to conduct themselves with respect for the rights of others. Students are responsible for knowing and observing student-related Emily Carr policies and procedures. Students can obtain a copy of Emily’s A to Z : A Student Guide from the main reception desk.

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 or acts of God, or any other cause beyond the control of the University. Emily Carr reserves the right to change or amend its programs, instructors, fee structure, and regulations at any time from those published in this catalogue. Listed in this catalogue are those on record as of March 15, 2011.

Course Materials

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Most Continuing Studies courses require that students purchase supplies. A list of required and recommended items is provided with your confirmation of registration. 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.

The Tool Crib has a variety of hand and power tools available for loan for curriculum-related projects. All equipment loans are on a first-come, first-served basis; the standard loan period is 24 hours. Continuing Studies students must present their registration confirmation/receipt for equipment loans. Restricted tools and equipment require students to seek prior approval from the Tool Crib Studio Technician; students may be required to prove knowledge, ability, and safety regulations to gain access. Tool Crib hours are posted; the Crib is closed on statutory holidays.

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 who wish to borrow material from the library may purchase a Community Borrower’s card from the library. For information regarding library services and hours, please call 604 844 3840 or check the library website www.ecuad.ca/library.

The 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 information visit http://chscott.ecuad.ca/.

The READ area 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. The focus is primarily on contemporary artists and contemporary art discourse. READ also carries books on film, design, and architecture and has a select collection of magazines and journals. READ sells all Emily Carr’s course textbooks.

Holidays The University will be closed on Canada Day (July 1) and BC Day (August 1).

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ABORIGINAL ARTS DRUM AND DRUMSTICK WORKSHOP (NEW) Brenda Crabtree CEAB 120 SU01 Jul 23 Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 1 Session

In this one-day workshop you will work with prepared deer hide and a pre-made frame to stretch and string your own 14 inch drum. In addition, you will create your own drum stick. The course will include discussion on the preparation of hides and demonstration for design application. Tuition includes all supplies. $210 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

CEDAR BARK BASKETRY WORKSHOP (NEW) Brenda Crabtree CEAB 130 SU01 Jul 9 Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 1 Session

Through lecture, video, demonstrations and hands-on practice, you will learn traditional and contemporary techniques for weaving a small inner cedar bark container. Both red and yellow inner cedar bark will be provided as well as any necessary tools to complete the project. Tuition includes all supplies. $150 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

BOOK ARTS LETTERPRESS I Andrea Taylor

Andrea Taylor

CEBA 112 SU01

CEBA 112 SU02

Jun 6 - Jul 11

Jul 9 - Jul 30

Mon 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

6 Sessions

4 Sessions

Explore the expressive art of letterpress printing in this hands-on workshop. This introductory workshop will suit both those who have done some letterpress printing and those who wish to try it for the very first time. You will explore typography, metal and wood type, hand typesetting for letterpress printing, embossing, and applications for your own books and broadsides. We will discuss typefaces, paper, colour, and using illustrations in your design. You’ll go all the way from start to finish by designing and setting your own text, printing, sorting, and distributing type. Opportunity, materials and instruction are also available to create and print your own images using linocut. Bring words and ideas to class. Instruction will be in the Letterpress Room at Emily Carr. $395 / Class Limit 7 / Prerequisite None; for all levels

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BOOK ARTS (CONT’D)

BASICS OF BOOK MAKING Grace Partridge CEBA 170 SU01 Jun 7 - Jul 12

Kathryn Mussallem CEBA 130 SU01 Jun 2 - Jul 7 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

THE PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK

Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

The photographic book is possibly the most important and accessible vehicle for the widespread communication of a photographer’s vision. Although many photographers consider the single printed image to be the ultimate expression of their art, for many others the tactile, compact and comprehensive nature of a photobook is the only medium of choice. In this course you will learn some of the history of the photobook, explore the importance of series in a body of photographic work, and master your editing skills. You will produce a handmade book from your digital images and look at various methods of online self-publishing for potential mass production and distribution. You are required to bring your own digital camera, USB connector, and manual.

6 Sessions

$195 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

LETTERPRESS OPEN STUDIO WEEKEND Andrea Taylor CEBA 212 SU01 Aug 6 + Aug 7 Sat + Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 2 Sessions

$225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite General experience in digital photography, and basic Photoshop skills

IMAGE TRANSFERS FOR BOOK ARTS Nicole Dextras CEBA 131 SU01 Jun 12 - Jun 26 Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 3 Sessions

Photo-transfer processes offer the book artist alternative techniques for incorporating text and image in projects. This course explores different methods of transferring images onto a variety of surfaces that may include fabric, wood, metal, 3D objects, and canvas. The processes will be applied to a sampler book as a reference tool and will be discussed in light of personal ongoing projects. You will leave the course with a base for further exploration of these exciting processes. $225 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

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Experience the joy of making your own book as you create a variety of book structures. You will be introduced to folded-books and other unbound book structures from zines to hard-covers. Through presentations, demonstrations, workshops, and in-class work, you will develop concepts for and create a variety of volumes. Your books may incorporate mixed media, two and three dimensions, type applications, and image transfer techniques.

Letterpress Open Studio is a self-directed course which is intended to provide support for work on independent projects. You will have individual guidance from the instructor and will benefit from group discussions and critiques. In addition to addressing technical issues, you will have the opportunity to further develop your ideas and personal approach to letterpress printing. $250 / Class Limit 7 / Prerequisite CEBA 112 Letterpress I or equivalent

ARTIST BOOKS FOR PRINT-ON-DEMAND (NEW) Steve Calvert CEBA 230 SU01 Jun 13 - Aug 8 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 sessions

Online print-on-demand book and magazine services have made self-publishing available to anyone with the right skills. This course will offer instruction in print layout and design formats for electronic artists’ books, introduce a variety of hosting services, and explore the contemporary landscape for independent publishing, and opportunities for the self-publishing artist. Students will explore building web-to-print pdf books for print-ondemand and e-reader outputs (PDF books). On completion of the course students will have an understanding of electronic publishing mediums, including Scribd, MagCloud, Lulu, and others, and will be familiar with existing works in the field. $250 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Basic computer skills required, familiarity with desktop publishing software and the internet is an asset

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COMMUNICATION DESIGN

Vjeko Sager CECD 160 SU01 May 26 - Jun 30 Thu 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN Carolina Becerra CECD 110 SU01 May 25 - Jun 29 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions Nola Johnston CECD 110 SU02 Jun 14 - Jul 19 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course introduces you to visual communication design and the role of the communication designer. Exercises engage you in the design process and creative problem solving: problem definition, research and analysis, concept development, production, and presentation. The course is spent working on different design projects through to completion of a mock-up and short design presentation. You will work individually and in teams.

Dante Comoglio CECD 110 SU03 Jun 20 - Jul 25

6 Sessions

$285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

DESIGN AND CRITICAL THINKING Dante Comoglio CECD 280 SU01

This course does not include computer lab access.

Mon 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Jun 9 - Jul 28 Thu 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

6 Sessions

$250 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

Linda Coe

Whether in print or on-screen, typographic presence in good design is always evident. This course introduces the anatomy of letterforms, principles of typographic usage, and fundamentals of choosing and combining type, as well as the terminology of typography. Along with the anatomy of the letterform, you will explore distinctions between typefaces, typographic usage, and shaping the page with type. Past and contemporary typographers and their contribution to design and the written language will be discussed. By the end of this course, you will successfully apply typographic knowledge to your design projects.

THE ART OF FONTS CECD 112 SU01 Jul 5 - Jul 26 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 4 Sessions

$225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CECD 110 Basics of Communication Design or equivalent experience. Some Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or Quark experience is required

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DRAWING FOR DESIGN 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 the basic principles of drawing: point, line, form, tone and value, the representation of mass and volume, and composition. Assignments include exercises in drawing techniques and will involve skills required for problem solving and communication; some assignments may be framed as specific design projects.

This course is a unique opportunity for designers to focus on the process of ideageneration and critical thinking. Students will be guided in an explorative journey through ideas, concepts, imagery, metaphors, materials and alternative media. You will learn tools and strategies to help visualise concepts that will be as strong tomorrow as they are today. This course is designed for individuals with the courage to let go of their position, and venture into a think tank of intelligent design and communication. Active participation is a must. $250 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

PUBLICATION DESIGN Alex Hass CECD 330 SU01 Jun 7 - Jun 30 Tue + Thu 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

This course is intended for those with an understanding of QuarkXPress or InDesign and Photoshop. The program will be fundamental in designing a publication of eight or more pages that will be made ready for the commercial printer. Students are encouraged to bring a project and all its materials for the first day of class. The eight sessions will cover basic design and layout strategies for multi-page documents, as well as the principles of printing. $335 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite A working knowledge of Photoshop, and QuarkXPress or InDesign is required; expertise with Illustrator is recommended

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Spatial Typography JUNE 18, noon - 6 pm OR JUNE 22, 2 pm – 8 pm

 FREE

Experiment with letterforms in this collaborative, hands-on day of dimensional typography. Using an unconventional palette of modular materials, create imaginative letterforms and typographic installations to be mounted in Emily Carr’s Concourse Gallery. This workshop will suit those brand new to typography as well as seasoned type-nerds. Led by Vancouver design studio Working Format. This workshop is FREE but requires advance registration. Please see ecuad.ca/cs/institutes for more details.

COMPUTER SKILLS INTRODUCTION TO THE MACINTOSH COMPUTER Carolina Becerra

Jaime Clay

Carolina Becerra

CECS 100 SU01

CECS 100 SU02

CECS 100 SU03

May 24

May 28

Jun 20

Tue 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Sat 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Mon 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

1 Session

1 Session

1 Session

In this introduction, you will learn the basics of the Mac environment. You will learn to open, close, and save files, to create folders, access fonts, print basic documents, and burn files to disc. This workshop is for students with little or no experience with computers and specifically the Mac environment, and is the prerequisite for our Computer Skills courses. $60 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR: THE BASICS Jaime Clay CECS 130 SU01 May 25 - Jun 29 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

Explore the potential of the drawing program Adobe Illustrator CECS 130 SU02 in our Macintosh labs. Learn the key features of this program Jul 11 - Jul 27 and become familiar with the basics of digital drawing and Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm painting by creating and modifying geometric shapes, 6 Sessions drawing with Bézier curves, utilizing gradients and patterns. Small weekly assignments and one larger illustration project will allow you to use all the skills learnt in class. Final work can be printed in colour. Jaime Clay

$375 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CECS 100 Introduction to the Macintosh Computer or equivalent

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COMPUTER SKILLS (CONT’D) PHOTOSHOP: THE BASICS Kathryn Mussallem CECS 131 SU01 Jun 4 - Jul 9 Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions Arthur Babiarz CECS 131 SU02 Jul 8 - Aug 12 Fri 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6 Sessions

Explore the potential of Adobe Photoshop, the industry standard program for digital image processing, in our Macintosh labs. Learn the basics of image manipulation including simple retouching, applying filters, blending and combining images, and adding text to image. Other topics such as resolution, masks, channels, and paths are also introduced. Final work can be printed in colour. Six hours per week of supervised access to the computer lab may be scheduled between class sessions.

THE ADOBE SUITE FOR DESIGN AND PRODUCTION This course will introduce Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign as an integrated software tool for May 30 - Jun 30 design and production for print media. Through Mon + Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm presentation, demonstration, assignments, and 10 Sessions projects, you will learn to use the Adobe Suite in document layout, typesetting, and combining George Papazian both vector art and raster art to design and CECS 136 SU02 produce work for both print and the web. Grace Partridge CECS 136 SU01

Jun 12 - Aug 14 Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 10 Sessions

$365 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CECS 100 Introduction to the Macintosh Computer or equivalent

PHOTOSHOP FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS Kathryn Mussallem CECS 140 SU01

Intensive

INDESIGN: THE BASICS

Jun 5 - Jul 10

Ross Milne

Discover the latest tool for page layout and electronic pre-press file preparation in our Macintosh labs. As an Adobe product, InDesign is designed to work together with Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat, enhancing compatibility with these programs. In this course you will gain basic experience with the software as you work with page layout creation, create and format text, input and manipulate images, and gain a basic understanding of colour as it relates to printing. Exercises and projects are designed to take full advantage of the basic tools within InDesign. Six hours per week of supervised access to the computer lab may be scheduled between class sessions.

Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

CECS 133 SU01 Jul 4 - Jul 8 Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 1:00 pm 5 Sessions

$395 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CECS 100 Introduction to the Macintosh Computer or equivalent

6 Sessions

Designed for photographers, this workshop examines the capabilities of Adobe Photoshop in our Macintosh labs. Using scanned and direct digital images, you will explore the variety of tools available for image correction and manipulation including colour calibration, layers, adjustment layers, converting colour images to greyscale, creating composite images and retouching. Time will be available for work on personal images. $325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CECS 100 Introduction to the Macintosh Computer or equivalent, as well as general experience in either digital or film photography

$375 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CECS 100 Introduction to the Macintosh Computer or equivalent; familiarity with a word processing program such as Word is strongly recommended; experience with Illustrator is an asset

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ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY DESIGN Liz Milton CESE 110 SU01 Jun 12 - Jul 31 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

CULTURAL STUDIES Ramon Kubicek CESE 160 SU01 Jun 25 - Aug 13

This course examines a range of contemporary debates, themes, and issues that affect designers today. Topics are examined through reading, writing, discussions, and projects. Issues discussed include: the designer as author and producer, social responsibility, advertising, participatory design, radical design, and many others. Students will be required to analyze and discuss a variety of visual representations using a range of methodologies. Slide lectures, field trips, and readings are included. You receive an overview of the vocabulary and thought that informs the contemporary design practice. You will complete a research and writing exercise that will be discussed and critiqued in class. $285 / Class Limit 20 / Prerequisite None

ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART This course introduces you to a range of issues affecting contemporary art from the late 1980s onwards. 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/writing exercises.

Sat 10:30 am - 1:30 pm 8 Sessions

$285 / Class Limit 20 / Prerequisite None

Carol-Ann Ryan

This course explores alternative spaces for displaying, discussing and accessing contemporary art outside of traditional museums and galleries. The focus will be on diverse art projects, the reception of work in various contexts, and the role objects have in defining public space. Students will be introduced to a range of public art projects through field trips, readings and group discussions. This course will equip students with language and concepts that will enhance the experience of art in all contexts. The first session will take place in the classroom for introductions to each other and the course, with subsequent sessions taking place throughout the city.

WALKING TOUR: ART IN PUBLIC SPACES CESE 162 SU01 Jun 1 - Jun 29 Wed 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm 5 Sessions

$150 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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CULTURAL STUDIES (CONT’D) WALKING TOUR: GALLERIES AND CULTURAL SPACES Carol-Ann Ryan CESE 166 SU01 Jul 7 - Aug 4 Thu 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 5 Sessions

This course will introduce you to the history and current range of art spaces in Vancouver. Since the 1960s Vancouver has become internationally renowned as a foremost centre of contemporary art practices. Students will be introduced to Artist-Run Centres, Commercial Galleries, Public Galleries and more. Group excursions to current exhibitions and events will be enhanced by readings and discussions. Students will gain a more in-depth understanding of the role and function of local cultural spaces. The first session will meet in the classroom for introductions to each other and the course, with subsequent sessions taking place throughout the city. $150 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

A SURVEY AND HISTORY OF ART Nadia Thibault CESE 180 SU01 Jun 23 - Aug 11 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

From the Renaissance and Michelangelo to Conceptualism and Yoko Ono, 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 for students who want to be better informed museum visitors or who want to understand their own practice in the context of what went before. Students leave the course with a greater awareness of the histories Western art and, most importantly, the skills to look at art in new ways. A visit to the Vancouver Art Gallery is planned. $225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE AND COLLABORATION (NEW) A Western lifestyle places vast demands on global resources and generates a truly stunning CESE 250 SU01 amount of waste and CO2. Emerging solutions in infrastructure design are changing the way we Jun 18 + Jun 19 approach urban and social planning. This intensive two-day workshop will address innovative Sat + Sun 9:00 am - 4:00 pm and collaborative approaches to infrastructure design, and urban planners’ responses to 2 Sessions sustainability and climate change. Through slide shows and group discussions, this workshop will present some recent ground-breaking projects, explore underlying design principles, and encourage students to brainstorm infrastructural ideas for locations in or around Vancouver. Beth Carruthers

$100 / Class Limit 18 / Prerequisite Students should have an interest in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, or sustainability

Intensive

OPEN SOURCE CITY: FIELD STUDIES (NEW)

Oliver Kellhammer

Site visits and urban walks will form the bulk of this week-long investigation into Vancouver’s built and living environment. Students will tour a number of urban sites where natural systems are beginning to reassert themselves either on their own or with the help of interventionist artists and community activists. We’ll compare and critique different approaches to designing the urban landscape and look at emerging notions of ‘open-source’ landscape and ‘un-planning,’ as well as social sculpture and relational aesthetic. Led by artist Oliver Kellhammer, the course will address the shifting relationships between the built and un-built environments and the surprising processes of regeneration that can bring highly disturbed places back to environmental and social functionality.

CESE 355 SU01 Jun 20 - Jun 24 Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 5 Sessions

$185 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Students should have an interest in planning, architecture, landscape architecture, or sustainability

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INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN David Juniper CEDA 232 SU01 Jun 4 - Jul 9 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6 Sessions

DIGITAL MEDIA

David Juniper CEDA 232 SU02 Jul 16 - Jul 31 Sat + Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

This studio course explores the many facets of World Wide Web site design and development, as well as some of the ways that the Internet is being used by artists and designers for promotion of their work and as a site specific medium for Internet art. You will learn the basics of web page creation, user-centered design principles, web authoring and editing, and design techniques for interactivity. Through exercises, projects, demonstrations, and discussions, your projects focus on the design and technical issues of developing a web site as a place that delivers information about your work, or as an art or design project in itself.

INTRODUCTION TO MAYA This two-day intensive workshop offers CEAN 152 SU01 an introduction to Autodesk Maya. Develop May 28 + May 29 your design and computer skills through an Sat + Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm introduction to computer animation. Learn 2 Sessions fundamentals of modeling, texturing, animation, lighting, and rendering in three-dimensional space. Create assets /  environments and apply them to animation for broadcast, film, video games and visualization. Projects investigate the conceptual, aesthetic, and expressive potential of the 3D environment and demonstrate various design strategies for 3D imaging and animation. At course end, you will be comfortable within Autodesk Maya and able to create simple films or simulations.

$360 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite General computer and internet proficiency

Thomas Groppi

$210 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Basic computer skills

WORDPRESS (NEW) Morgan Rauscher CEDA 250 SU01 Jun 20 + Jun 21 Mon + Tue 9:30 am - 5:30 pm 2 Sessions

An introduction to web design using the WordPress platform, this two-day course offers an in-depth look at the technology and skills needed to develop your own web site. Through the development and production of your own WordPress site, you will also learn how to build templates. The course will demonstrate a variety of user interactions and aesthetic approaches that outline the easiest and most effective ways of designing and building your personal website with WordPress. $150 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite General computer and internet proficiency

INTRODUCTION TO FLASH ANIMATION David Juniper CEAN 231 SU01 May 25 - Jun 29 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

Discover the techniques for creating animations through Macromedia Flash, the standard tool for animation on the web. Through exercises and projects, you will experiment with various techniques including frame-by-frame animation, masks, and motion. Limited supervised access to the computer lab may be scheduled between class sessions. $235 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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DIGITAL MEDIA (CONT’D) ADVANCED WEB DESIGN David Juniper CEDA 332 SU01 May 24 - Jun 28 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This advanced course builds on skills gained in CEDA 232 Introduction to Web Design, enabling students to begin to master a content management system. Combining technical and applied skills, students will focus on the effective use of platforms like WordPress, including designing themes and integrating blogs and image galleries into the workflow. Students will expand their knowledge of web page creation, usercentered design principles, web authoring and editing, and design techniques for interactivity. By the end of the course, students will have the tools to make a website that is interactive, functional as well as meeting design guidelines for usability and accessibility.

INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS Philip Robbins CEID 231 SU01 Jun 9 - Jun 30 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 4 Sessions

$195 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD LT Thomas Groppi CEID 232 SU01

$350 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEDA 232 Introduction to Web Design or equivalent

Students will learn how to use the basics of SolidWorks mechanical design automation software. Helping designers to move from 2D planning to 3D design, this course explores how to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and how to make drawings of those parts and assemblies in SolidWorks. This course is ideally suited for designers, engineers, and other creative professionals interested in exploring tools for product design.

Jul 23 + Jul 24 Sat + Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm 2 Sessions

This two-day intensive workshop offers an introduction to the fundamentals of computer-aided design and drafting for industrial design. Students will learn the basics 2D drafting and detailing with a focus on the production of dimensioned drawings for fabrication and production. Students will document their ideas and designs accurately with a comprehensive set of 2D drafting and detailing tools. At course end, each student should be comfortable using AutoCad LT independently. $210 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

INTRODUCTION TO RHINO Thomas Groppi CEID 235 SU01 Aug 6 + Aug 7 Sat + Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm 2 Sessions

This two-day intensive workshop provides hands-on 3D prototyping skills using Rhinoceros. Students will learn how to model, edit and analyze organic 3D surfaces using this powerful industry standard software. Over the course of an intensive week-end, you will work from real-life scenarios and problem-solve using professional and personal projects as examples. This course is ideal for industrial designers, jewelry makers, product designers and anyone who needs to model and/or prototype products for manufacturing. $210 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS The elements of drawing, observation, recording, and compositional organization are fundamental to an artist’s visual education. Aspects of this challenging visual thought process include studies in line, shape, value, perspective, proportion, positive and negative space, and the human figure. Using a wide range of drawing materials in hands-on practice, you are introduced to drawing as a means of intense visual investigation. Individual and class guidance accommodate varying levels of student ability. Class work may include drawing from a model. $255 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

DRAWING

James Lindfield

Frances Grafton

CEDR 160 SU01

CEDR 160 SU02

May 30 - Jul 4

Jun 13 - Jun 17

Mon 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 1:00 pm

6 Sessions

5 Sessions

Leigh Bridges

Martin Guderna

CEDR 160 SU03

CEDR 160 SU04

Jun 20 - Jul 25

Jun 30 - Aug 4

Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

6 Sessions

6 Sessions

Janet Piper Jones

Keith Langergraber

CEDR 160 SU05

CEDR 160 SU06

Jul 2 - Aug 6

Jul 10 - Aug 14

Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

6 Sessions

6 Sessions

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. From the Renaissance to the Computer Age, artists have used perspective techniques in their imagery. Whether working in realism, in the compressed space of abstraction, or with a computer, you will improve the impact of your work with an understanding of this powerful drawing technique. Through four full-day classes using various techniques, you are guided through step-by-step exercises, moving from rough layout sketches to more carefully proportioned images of world architecture, vehicles, and the human form.

Tony O’Regan CEDR 162 SU01 May 28 - Jun 18 Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 4 Sessions

$275 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

CREATIVE DRAWING AND ARCHITECTURE This structured, high-energy course develops your basic to intermediate drawing and sketching skills. Exercises and projects lead to understanding and applying perspective drawing, sketch concepts, the figure/ground concept, and compositional strategies. A variety of creative freehand techniques develop your approach to architectural figurative drawing. Class work includes some drawing from a model.

Tony O’Regan

Tony O’Regan

CEDR 163 SU01

CEDR 163 SU02

May 29 - Jun 19

Jun 6 - Aug 8

Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

4 Sessions

8 Sessions No class July 4

$285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

DRAWING INTO PAINTING: AN INTRODUCTION This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of drawing and painting and the transition from black-and-white to colour. You will investigate line, form, value, colour, and pictorial composition using a variety of drawing materials and water-based paints. You will begin with drawing and move into painting using still lifes, the model, and imagination. Guided exercises and discussion of historical and contemporary art will be used to support the learning process.

Lori Goldberg CEDR 164 SU01 May 31 - Jun 16 Tue + Thu 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6 Sessions

$285 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

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DRAWING (CONT’D) DRAWING WITH PEN AND INK Stan Hunc CEDR 167 SU01 Jun 2 - Jul 21 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

Explore 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, wash, and colour will be introduced as you explore tone, texture, line and stroke, gesture and calligraphy, proportion, and visual balance. $285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent experience

DRAWING WITH CHARCOAL AND CHALK Stan Hunc CEDR 171 SU01 Jun 8 - Jul 27 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Explore the expressive qualities of charcoal and chalk, from basic techniques to more complex renderings. Throughout the course students will work on a series of projects, presented in order of difficulty. These will be supplemented with practical suggestions, ideas for line, value, texture experiments, and techniques for creating special effects.

8 Sessions

$285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS II Janet Piper Jones CEDR 260 SU01 Jul 2 - Aug 6 Sat 9:00 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course is designed to provide an intensive exploration of techniques, ideas and approaches to drawing. We will begin working with representational modes aimed at investigating, seeing, and knowing the relationship to the sensed world through the eyes. Students will work through a variety of formal problems such as volume, value, composition, mass, positive and negative space and depth. Projects will also involve working from memory and imagination. Students will experiment working with materials, surfaces, scale, repetition and unconventional drawing tools. Projects are designed to help the participants work with their materials so they are better able to express their ideas and work through technical issues in drawing. The practice of drawing will be discussed in relation to the work of both historical and contemporary artists. $245 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I or equivalent

DRAWING THE FIGURE AND FACE Mark Neufeld

Mark Neufeld

CEDR 261 SU01

CEDR 261 SU02

Jun 2 - Jun 23

Jul 20 - Aug 10

Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

4 Sessions

4 Sessions

In this course, you will draw and study the live model, towards the goal of constructing a figure or face without a model. Emphasis will be placed on helping you to develop an ‘internal model’ using basic anatomical proportions, gesture, contour and modelled shading. Subjects will include proportions and construction of the head and figure, drawing and mapping of facial features, hands and feet, and understanding of typical standing, walking and seated poses. This course will be of use to persons interested in any type of interior, architectural or design-oriented illustration, animation, or fine art where the ability to draw scale figures is desired. $185 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I or equivalent is recommended, but not required

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INTRODUCTION TO LIFE DRAWING

Develop and expand your drawing and CEDR 263 SU01 observation skills in this course on drawing Jun 27 - Jun 30 the human figure. Gesture, line and value, Mon - Thu 9:00 am - 4:00 pm proportion, composition, form, and volume will 4 Sessions be explored through a variety of approaches to drawing the figure. There will be a brief introduction to the structural anatomy of the body and identification of superficial anatomical points. Drawing from the skeleton and the live model will be included.

LIFE DRAWING OPEN STUDIO: THE COSTUMED FIGURE

Frances Grafton

$335 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent; for all levels

No Instructor CEDR 400 SU03 Jul 10 - Aug 14 Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

In this special open studio you will have a chance to explore the costumed figure. Take advantage of an open studio situation with a model. No instruction is provided. If you have fundamental drawing skills and wish the opportunity to work on your figure or life drawing, this series of weekly sessions is for you. $95 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Experience drawing or painting from the model is strongly recommended

DRAWING THROUGH MEDIA: TECHNOLOGY AND THE HAND-MADE MARK (NEW) Gwenessa Lam CEDR 280 SU01 Jul 16 - Aug 13 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 5 Sessions

This course considers how technology and the plethora of print and digital images have influenced our notion of drawing. Given the ease with which one can take a photo or print out a picture, what is the relevancy or role of drawing? Discussions will consider how changes in photography and the Internet have shaped the way artists have depicted images, from Degas to Chuck Close. Projects will incorporate pencil, charcoal, and a variety of materials to examine the connections between the hand-made and mediated mark. $165 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I or equivalent

LIFE DRAWING OPEN STUDIO No Instructor CEDR 400 SU01 May 29 - Jul 3 Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

Take advantage of an open studio situation with a model. No instruction is provided. If you have fundamental drawing skills and wish the opportunity to work on your figure or life drawing, this series of weekly sessions is for you.

No Instructor CEDR 400 SU02 Jun 21 - Jul 26 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$95 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Experience drawing or painting from the model is strongly recommended

6 Sessions

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FILM + VIDEO DIGITAL STORYTELLING: FROM SHOEBOX TO YOUTUBE (NEW) Suzanne Ahearne + Surya Govender CEFV 160 SU01 Jun 17 + Jun 24 Fri 9:30 am - 5:30 pm 2 Sessions

Before Flickr, we kept our favourite snapshots in drawers or shoeboxes. Nowadays, many of us have “shoeboxes” of digital photos stashed on our desktops. This two-day workshop is designed to help you find the stories in those shoeboxes and give them new life. This course is about learning how to tell a powerful story in a small amount of time. With individual support, students will write a 150-word story, record their reading of it, and, using 5-10 digital photos or prints, make a short film using iMovie. Students will leave with stories posted online or burned to DVD, and instructions on how to make and share more. $205 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Visual and written material to use in the production of the video

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INTRODUCTION TO FINAL CUT PRO 7 Eddie Ochmanek

Eddie Ochmanek

CEFV 254 SU01

CEFV 254 SU02

May 28 - Jun 18

Jul 9 - Jul 30

Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

4 Sessions

4 Sessions

In this course you will be introduced to the basics of using Final Cut Pro version 7 in order to create professional-quality video. You will cover topics including navigating the interface, basic editing techniques, capturing video and audio, effects, transitions, titling, trimming, audio editing, finishing, and final output. This course is intended for beginners who already have basic Mac skills and are interested in learning Final Cut Pro from the ground up. $385 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite Basic computer skills

THE ART OF THE DOCUMENTARY: FROM 2D TO 3D (NEW) Alan Goldman CEFV 375 SU01 May 25 - Aug 3 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 10 Sessions

This ten-week course is intended to be an examination of documentary practice. The content is a combination of in-class instruction and exercises. Students will learn the conventions required to produce, write, direct, shoot and capture documentary films. A primer on documentary history will be provided and the evolution of different genres will be explored. Specific aspects of production will be taught i.e. how to conduct an interview, light for interior/exterior and obtain good sound. The basics of editing will be discussed and students will be introduced to iMovie. As well students will be exposed to the latest tool in documentarian’s arsenal — 3D. Through the use of new consumer point-and-shoot cameras students will study how 3D has created new visual storytelling possibilities. $350 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

FILM + VIDEO:

STEREOSCOPIC 3D STEREOSCOPIC 3D FILMMAKING: AN INTRODUCTION (NEW) This course is an introduction to the principles of stereoscopic 3D photography and live-action CEFV 340 SU01 cinema. It will cover the history, theory and uses of stereoscopy from its invention in the 19th May 30 - Jun 22 century to 3D’s golden age in the 1950s and its present renaissance. The course will look at the Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm use of depth cues in 2D and 3D image making and will address the best practices of stereoscopy 8 Sessions in 3D photography and video. Students will be introduced to the modern techniques and professional equipment used to capture and show 3D content. They will also get hands-on experience developing their own 3D projects using a variety of equipment ranging from DIY rigs to off-the-shelf consumer products. This course is suitable for anyone interested in exploring or creating 3D films. Michael Verity

$395 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Intermediate experience with digital video or photography

STEREOSCOPIC 3D IMAGE CREATION: HISTORY AND PRINCIPLES (NEW) Jaime Clay CEFV 345 SU01 Jun 14 - Jul 19 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

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Are you curious how 3D images work? Are you interested in experimenting with the methods and techniques for achieving dimensional illusions in the static image? This course will explore vintage, contemporary and DIY stereoscopy, from stereo pairs to anaglyphs. Students will get hands-on experience developing their own 3D projects using a variety of methods, from low-tech to cutting-edge modern techniques and professional equipment . This course is suitable for anyone interested in exploring or creating 3D illusions in single or still images. $395 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Basic experience with Photoshop, or similar image editing software on a PC or Mac

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GRAPHIC NOVEL THE CONTEMPORARY COMIC: AN INTRODUCTION Julian Lawrence CEGN 160 SU01 May 26 - Jun 30 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

Comics bring together the arts of storytelling and illustration. In this course, you will learn about building stories through illustration, dialogue, and character development. Body language, passage of time, flow, perspective, composition, and personal style will also be addressed. Through exercises, projects, and critiques, you will learn to develop your own ideas from concept to final product. $225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

THE GRAPHIC MEMOIR: AN INTRODUCTION Miriam Libicki CEGN 170 SU01 May 30 - Jul 4 Mon 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6 Sessions

From Maus to Persepolis to Blankets, memoirs in graphic novel form are among the most powerful stories being told today. This course offers practical and wide-ranging techniques for translating your life experiences into sequential art. Classroom writing and drawing exercises, as well as take-home assignments, help you develop a creative process from brainstorm to script to layouts and editing. These projects, as well as group and individual critiques, will guide you towards effective storytelling in creating an original graphic memoir. $225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Some writing and drawing experience is recommended

Graphic Novel Exhibition July 10 - July 24 This exhibition takes an in-depth look at graphic novel production in Vancouver and comic and sequential art as an important contemporary medium. Visual practices are explored through a variety of artists’ work, including a unique showcase of Emily Carr’s graphic novel collection. This exhibit will also host Emily Carr’s first comic book convention on July 17: aptly titled Emily-Con! This special one day event is free to the public, featuring local talent and special guests showcasing comic books, zines, and art prints. Curated by Robin Thompson. Produced in collaboration with the Emily Carr University of Art + Design Library. Please see ecuad.ca/cs/institutes for more details.

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WRITING FOR GRAPHIC NOVELS Miriam Libicki CEGN 230 SU01 May 31 - Jul 19 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

Are you fascinated by the interplay between words and images? Have you wanted to take your drawing and illustration skills and put them to writing a graphic novel or comic? Whether you want to write comic books, illustrated texts or just play with the possibilities of narrative storytelling, this course will help you explore the challenges and rewards of writing for graphic novels. You will explore storyboarding, narrative structures, and principles for combining image and text in exciting ways. This course is ideal for intermediate to advanced students who are looking to apply their creative skills. Please note that although students will be taught minor drawing and illustration skills, there will be a major emphasis on creative writing.

THE CONTEMPORARY COMIC II: TOWARDS THE DIGITAL Julian Lawrence CEGN 260 SU01 Jun 27 - Aug 8 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

$225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEGN 160 The Contemporary Comic: An Introduction or equivalent

$250 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEGN 160 The Contemporary Comic: An Introduction or equivalent

GRAPHIC NOVEL OPEN STUDIO (NEW) Julian Lawrence CEGN 280 SU01

Vjeko Sager CEGN 250 SU01 Jul 10 + Jul 17 Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 2 Sessions

EXPRESSION AND CHARACTER

Jul 26 - Aug 11

How do you get your comic or graphic novel character to express emotions effectively? How do you distinguish between a smile and a smirk? The course will explore these questions through understanding basic facial structures from the muscles of the mouth, to the expressive possibilities of the eyes, ears and nostrils. Emphasis will be on how to convey facial expressions in creative and convincing ways. Each session will involve working with a model to allow you to enhance the emotive qualities of your characters. This course is ideal for students who have a comic or graphic novel practice and are looking to enhance the representation of their characters.

Tue + Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEGN 160 The Contemporary Comic: An Introduction or equivalent

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Continuing from CEGN 160 The Contemporary Comic: An Introduction, this second level course further investigates story and image. Explore digital production, as you learn to render inks, tones, and colour in Photoshop, to upload images for the web, and to create an online portfolio to showcase your work internationally. You will continue to explore personal style, story development, character design, and setting as you plan and develop your ideas to produce your own personal comic/graphic novel.

6 Sessions

Continuing from CEGN 260 The Contemporary Comic II: Towards the Digital, this advanced course offers students the opportunity to blend the various concepts investigated in the earlier Contemporary Comic courses. Students are encouraged to initiate an original comic strip, book, storyboard, graphic novel or further develop their previous projects. The instructor will guide students according to their needs, and can assist students as they explore advanced techniques, develop character and story, and further explore their personal projects, from thumbnails, to inks, to digital colouring and web uploading. $225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEGN 260 The Contemporary Comic II: Towards the Digital or equivalent

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ILLUSTRATION

ILLUSTRATION FOR CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOKS Lisa Cinar CEIL 240 SU01 Jun 5 - Jul 24 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATION Robin Thompson CEIL 170 SU01 Jun 2 - Jul 7 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

Illustration is an effective visual form for communicating ideas, offering commentary, educating or catching the attention of the audience. In this course you are introduced to illustration and the many roles it can play. Hands-on projects, slide presentations, discussions and critiques expose you to a variety of techniques, media and styles as you explore how content, design elements and materials are used in the translating of ideas into images.

$260 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent experience

PEN AND INK BOOK ILLUSTRATION Stan Hunc

$215 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

CEIL 260 SU01 May 28 - Jul 16 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

ILLUSTRATING NATURE (NEW) Gwenessa Lam CEIL 200 SU01 Jun 19 - Aug 7 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

This course introduces students to the principles of creating accurate drawings from nature. Focussing on form and structure, students will learn to observe natural elements including birds, insects and other fauna. Students will learn skills for close observation with the objective of translating 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.

8 Sessions

This course focuses on the exploration of pen and ink illustration, visual interpretation, and personal style in ink drawing. Students will be guided through line drawing exercises and will explore gesture, texture, and innovative approaches to pen and ink illustration. In examining traditional and contemporary book art illustrations, students will develop their drawing skills and create personal visual interpretations from literary samples. $265 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent experience

FANTASY ILLUSTRATION Stan Hunc CEIL 270 SU01 Jun 26 - Jul 31

$225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEDR 160 Drawing Fundaments I, CEIL 170 Introduction to Illustration or equivalent

Do you love children’s picture book illustrations and want to create your own? This course will introduce you to key classic and current work in this art form, teach you how to create an effective illustration and main character and help you develop your own unique style. You will develop your own characters using storyboarding and composition exercises and experiment with ink pen, brush work and collage. You’ll also learn to digitize your illustrations using Photoshop, and how to share them with publishers.

Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course offers a step-by-step introduction to the process of creating images for the fantasy genre, from the first seeds of a visual concept, to an illustrated fantasy world. In a series of progressive art projects, students explore the basic principles behind the conceptual and technical aspects of fantasy character evolution. Students will examine aesthetics and literary canons of traditional and contemporary fantasy illustration, and explore their own creative text interpretation and visual imagery. $225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Any 100-level drawing course or equivalent experience

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ANATOMICAL ILLUSTRATION (NEW) Vjeko Sager CEIL 300 SU01 May 28 - Jul 2 Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course is designed for students who are interested in expanding their knowledge of human anatomy. Working with a live model each class, students will study anatomical features, proportions and analyze details of the human body, using various drawing and illustration techniques and methods. Through lectures, demonstrations and exercises, students will also learn the basics of both artistic and scientific anatomical terminology. This course focuses on realistic studies of the figure, using various techniques and historic examples of anatomical illustration. $325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisites CEDR 160 Drawing Fundaments I, CEIL 170 Introduction to Illustration or equivalent

ILLUSTRATION FOR CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOKS II Lisa Cinar CEIL 340 SU01 Jun 30 - Aug 11 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

Building on the introductory skills of CEIL 240 Illustration for Children’s Picture Books, in this course you will develop your own written and illustrated “dummy book”, building on concepts such as composition, layout, pacing and character development. Special focus will be placed on the relationship of text and image and the concept of the book as a whole. In class brainstorming and writing exercises as well as the analysis of existing works will help students in writing their own stories. Additionally students will have the chance to experiment with paper collage and brush and ink to strengthen composition and color skills in class and be exposed to more groundbreaking work in the field. $275 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEIL 240 Illustration for Children’s Picture Books

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN This course introduces you to the field of Industrial Design. You will gain an awareness of the design process with an emphasis on design criteria, 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.

Roman Izdebski

Roman Izdebski

CEID 120 SU01

CEID 120 SU02

Aug 2 - Aug 6

Aug 8 - Aug 12

Tue/Thu/Sat

Mon/Wed/Fri

9:30 am - 4:30 pm

9:30 am - 4:30 pm

3 Sessions

3 Sessions

$250 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

Lukas Armstrong

Chris Kowal

CEID 121 SU01

CEID 121 SU02

May 26 - Jul 14

Jun 23 - Aug 11

Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

8 Sessions

8 Sessions

This course familiarizes you with the principles of three-dimensional design as well as with a variety of materials and processes related to art and design. Technical and conceptual skills in applying the concepts of space, mass, contrast, balance, scale, and surface are developed. You create both functional and sculptural objects through projects that explore three-dimensional concepts, forms, and materials. The emphasis is on problem solving and imaginative and experimental responses to proposed projects.

EXPLORATION OF 3D DESIGN

$295 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

BASICS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Tony O’Regan

Tony O’Regan

CEID 122 SU01

CEID 122 SU02

Jun 14 - Aug 9

Jun 16 - Jul 28

Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Thu 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

8 Sessions

6 Sessions

No class July 5

No class July 7

This 3D studio course introduces you to the design process as it applies to architecture. Through idea generation, sketch models, proposal research and presentation, and modelling techniques, you interpret your ideas architecturally as you also explore the locational, contextual, and structural aspects of architectural design. You will work on a site-specific design project individually and in teams. $285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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RAPID VISUALIZATION AND PRODUCT RENDERING Ying-Chiu Chan CEID 160 SU01 Jun 1 - Jul 20 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

Rapid visualization is a systematic and effective way to draw imaginary 3D objects and concepts, and is applicable to animation, graphic design, industrial design, illustration, architecture, furniture, and interior design. It helps to expand visual thinking, create new ideas, communicate concepts and begin to solve problems. This course introduces you to the methods, techniques, and media to produce accurately proportioned freehand sketches and basic renderings. Principles of perspective, projection, light, shade, reflection, and texture are examined, followed by demonstrations of approaches and techniques. Practical exercises are supplemented with discussion, slide presentations, and critiques. $315 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Strong drawing skills with an enthusiasm for realism and detail

BASIC ELECTRONICS FOR INTERACTIVITY Electronic control is built into innumerable items around us — from the simplest switch to the CEID 222 SU01 most elaborate robotics. This studio course will guide you on how to use basic electronics in the Jun 13 - Jul 6 creation of one main interactive art project. You will be introduced to electronic circuitry and Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm basic laws, sensors, LEDs and microcontrollers such as Arduino and Displayduino. You will 8 Sessions discuss how to create systems, explore circuit bending and how to combine technology and creativity in your own unique project. Additional material covered will include interactive art, contemporary new media projects and robotics in art. Bobbi Kozinuk

$265 / Class Limit 11 / Prerequisite None

ARCHITECTURAL MODELING AND MAQUETTES Tony O’Regan CEID 223 SU01 Jun 7 - Aug 2 Tue 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

This studio course introduces you to architectural modeling from drawings. Through exercises and projects you learn to read design drawings and build foam core models for architecture, interiors, landscape design, or industrial design applications. Emphasis is on quick building techniques useful in the design process.

8 Sessions No class July 5

$315 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

Ying-Chiu Chan

Models are three-dimensional previews of designs before they go to production. They can serve as the proof-of-concept, be subjected to ergonomic testing, or they can be a sales tool. Through slide presentations, demonstrations, workshop practice and design projects, you will learn the fundamental techniques to fabricate mock-ups and models using block materials and sheet materials.

INTRODUCTION TO MODEL MAKING CEID 224 SU01 Jun 9 - Jul 28 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

$325 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Basic hand-tool skills, reasonable sketching ability

LASER CUTTER WORKSHOP (NEW) Philip Robbins CEID 250 SU01 Jun 25 + Jun 26 Sat + Sun 9:00 am - 4:30 pm 2 Sessions

Access the precision and speed of Emily Carr’s laser cutting equipment in this weekend-long open studio. Cutting technician Phillip Robbins will assist you in correctly setting up files and selecting materials, but the type of project you choose to do is completely up to you. This course is for practicing designers or those with experience creating vector drawings. All students will get equal minutes of individual technician-assisted cutting time. $185 / Class Limit 15 / Prerequisite Working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator

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INDUSTRIAL DESIGN (CONT’D) 3D DESIGN SKETCHING Ying-Chiu Chan CEID 260 SU01 Jun 20 - Jul 25 Mon 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6 Sessions

Sketching is an essential process in three-dimensional design; it documents the flow of ideas and can be used as an effective tool for communication. In this course, you explore pencilsketching techniques commonly used in industrial design, interior design, furniture design, and architectural design. Through slides, lectures, demonstrations, discussion, and design projects, you apply design drawing techniques to the visualization of products and environment, form, and space. $275 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

CONCEPTS IN FURNITURE DESIGN Jonathan Baker CEID 275 SU01 Jul 2 - Jul 31 Sat + Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 10 Sessions

This course will introduce those with some studio design experience to the process of furniture conceptualization and design. Emphasis will be on research, drawing, modeling and small-scale mock-ups. You will be introduced to effective methods of communicating and testing design ideas through sketches and models in order to conceive and design a simple piece of furniture. This course will not include building full-scale models, and will not use wood shops. $350 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite CEID 160 Rapid Visualization and Product Rendering and CEID 224 Introduction to Model Making, or equivalents with instructor permission

Intensive

URBAN INTERVENTIONS: A DESIGN/BUILD INTENSIVE (NEW)

Lukas Armstrong

Working with plywood, dimensional lumber and soft materials, students will design and construct a piece of human-scale urban furniture that engages with the landscape and the city. Consideration will be given to architectural theory, materiality, light, space, the design process and craftsmanship. This course will involve the development of a design brief, a schematic design and the creation of scale models. Final designs will be constructed at full scale in the wood shop and inserted into the landscape. This is a great course for both emerging designers or practicing professionals looking to break away from the computer for a week in the summer and engage in a studio setting.

CEID 310 SU01 Jun 20 - Jun 24 Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 5 Sessions

$495 / Class Limit 15 / Prerequisite Students should be comfortable using power tools with basic instruction, reasonable drafting or design sketching ability

URBAN CARTOGRAPHY (NEW) Laura Kozak CEID 350 SU01 Jun 13 - Jul 6 Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

Learn to critically read and record the underlying geometry, overlapping histories and multiple agendas of the city through practices of mapping, measuring and sketching. Using architectural and cartographic tools and techniques, students in this course will work at multiple and nested scales to understand the metrics behind what makes neighbourhoods different, how we move through the city, and how the built environment has taken shape. The final outcome of the course will be a critical and technically drafted cartographic drawing. This is a beginner course aimed to introduce urban inhabitants to ways of reading the city and understanding it through processes of measuring and mapping. Students may include those with an interest in Vancouver history or urban change, or students looking to build an architecture or design portfolio. $225 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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3D RENDERING FOR DESIGN PRESENTATION Chris Kowal CEID 363 SU01 Jun 8 - Aug 10 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 10 Sessions

For industrial designers, interior designers, jewelry makers, architects, and anyone who needs to visualize products for presentation, this course is ideal in providing hands-on 3D prototyping skills using Autodesk 3DS MAX. You will learn how to model, render and animate photorealistic simulation (including fly-through) using this powerful software. You will work on a project of your choosing and have the opportunity to import existing models from Rhino, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Maya, and others.

3D DESIGN STUDIO Scott Staniland CEID 420 SU01 Jun 7 - Jul 26 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

$325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Basic computer skills

SUSTAINABILITY AND GREEN DESIGN Lukas Armstrong CEID 375 SU01 May 30 - Jul 18 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

Traditional Industrial Design produces landfill: objects with a shelf life of less than 6 months. This course will examine the requirement of Industrial Design to address our environmental crisis. During this course students will choose a consumer product for redesign using sustainable strategies. A prototype solution will be developed, during which our local production and material supply capacity will be explored, with an eye towards microindustry and entrepreneurship. $325 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite CEID 120 Basics of Industrial Design or equivalent

DESIGN FOR SOCIAL CHANGE Have you ever had an idea for making your community or organization better? In this Jul 11 - Aug 8 studio/seminar course that is focused on a Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm rapidly growing area of design, students will 8 Sessions be exposed to design thinking and process as it relates to the social, cultural, environmental and economic systems we live in. Through discussions, collaborations, research and prototyping of ideas, students will be challenged to develop a designed solution or service that could be presented to a potential client or community leader for implementation. Ideal for people who want to learn how to apply creative process to complex topics, in order to realize tangible outcomes. Kara Pecknold

CEID 390 SU01

$270 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

In this advanced-level studio course students apply product design processes and methods to the development of functional or experimental objects or environments. The emphasis is on research, problem solving, and creative experimental responses to projects, discussions, and critiques of ideas and form. Course content focuses on analysis, concept development, and communicating 3D concepts for products or environments as models or prototypes. Slide lectures, demonstrations, and discussions encourage students to develop innovative solutions to the course projects. $335 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite All core courses in the Certificate Program in 3D Design or equivalent experience are required; elective courses are strongly recommended

DESIGN IN THE FIELD Pact 21: Twigs, Paper, Foam Pact 21: TWIGS, PAPER, FOAM is seeking artists, designers and architects to produce and exhibit work from a kit of supplied materials. Limited to 50 entries, registration to participate is free and open to the public. Facilitated by 221A Artist Run Centre as part of Design in the Field. For more information please visit: http://221a.ca/twigs-paper-foam The Pact aims to support the production and exhibition of collaborative and transient practices, nurturing a participatory learning environment for artists, designers, curators, critics, volunteers, and the public.

Pick up kit: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm June 18, 2011

Submissions: 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm June 24, 2011

Reception: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm June 25, 2011

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ARE YOU READY TO GET

SERIOUSLY

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Spend July in Emily Carr’s studios and labs on Granville Island! The Summer Institute for Teens is an intensive art and design program for teens aged 15 – 18. Enjoy four weeks of hands-on studio practice, access to the most cutting-edge equipment and instructors, plenty of experimentation, in-class critique, visits to local galleries and a public exhibition of your work! Students will develop both a portfolio and a set of core skills in preparation for postsecondary training in art or design. Get seriously creative this summer!

THE SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR TEENS

July 4 – July 29, 2011

STUDIO OPTIONS: 3D DESIGN STUDIO Ergonomics and Form

CERAMICS STUDIO (NEW) Wheel, Kiln and Beyond

REGISTRATION OPEN NOW! EARLY BIRD* (register before April 15)

Domestic: $1750 / International: $2250

REGULAR* (register after April 15)

Domestic: $1850 / International: $2350

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO Digital Compositions

DRAWING STUDIO

STUDIOS HAVE AN ADDITIONAL LAB FEE OF $100. SUPPLY * SOME COSTS VARY DEPENDING ON STUDIO SELECTION AND STUDENTS PROJECTS, AND RANGE FROM $150 - $300 PER STUDENT.

Focus on Creative Process

DRAWING STUDIO Focus on Illustration

GRAPHIC DESIGN STUDIO Towards the Digital

GRAPHIC NOVEL STUDIO From Comics to Digital

PAINTING STUDIO Technique and Context

TEXTILE FORM STUDIO (NEW)

For information on all our programs for teens and youth, including year round workshops, please visit

ecuad.ca/cs/teens

Fashion, Sculpture and DIY

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS CAN ANYONE REGISTER IN A CONTINUING STUDIES COURSE AT EMILY CARR?

DO CONTINUING STUDIES COURSES COUNT TOWARDS UNIVERSITY DEGREES AT EMILY CARR?

Yes, Continuing Studies offers courses for individuals aged 16 and older at every level, from the curious to the professional. Read course descriptions carefully to ensure the course matches your interests and level of experience.

Currently, the Certificate Programs do not ladder into the University’s credit programs.

I WOULD LIKE A TOUR OF EMILY CARR. CAN I DO THAT? DO YOU OFFER COURSES FOR TEENS? Yes, Continuing Studies offers a suite of courses for artists and designers aged 15 to 18, including the Summer Institute for Teens, July 4 - 29. Please see p. 27 for more details.

You’ll need to plan ahead a little bit and register for a free tour of the University. Most Fridays from September through April, the Admissions Department will take you on an hour-long tour through the various departments, and will answer any questions that come up. To sign up, please email admissions@ecuad.ca

WHERE ARE THE COURSES HELD? Currently, all Continuing Studies courses are held at Emily Carr’s Granville Island campus. We do offer customized programs that can be held off-site.

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, 604 736 7028, next to the University’s South Building on Granville Island, and at Petrov’s Art & Craft Supplies, 604 985 1545, 123 Lonsdale Avenue in North Vancouver. You must present your course registration confirmation/receipt to receive your discount. In general, students should expect to spend between $50 - $150 on supplies for each course.

WHAT ARE THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS? Continuing Studies offers Certificate Programs in Fine Art Techniques, 2D Design Basics, and 3D Design Basics. These are flexible part-time programs designed to be completed in one – three years. Anyone may register, and no portfolio is required to apply. Design Essentials is a full-time one-year job-ready Certificate Program in communication design, offered in partnership with BCIT. More information can be found on pages 51 through 53.

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CAN I GET SOMEONE TO LOOK AT MY ART? Continuing Studies does offer personal consultations (see page 50). However, if you are applying for a Degree Program, learn about the National Portfolio Day at www.portfolioday.net.

DOES CONTINUING STUDIES OFFER CUSTOM PROGRAMS? Yes, we can work with you to design a custom one-on-one program for individuals, or a professional development or teambuilding program for your group. See page 50 for more details.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I NEED TO WITHDRAW MY REGISTRATION? If you give us more than seven calendar days notice before the start of your class, we will process the withdrawal and refund your money, minus a $35 administrative fee. Please familiarize yourself with our registration policies on page 55 before you register.

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TIMETABLE ABORIGINAL ARTS - page 4 CEAB 120 SU01 DRUM + DRUMSTICK WORKSHOP CEAB 130 SU01 CEDAR BARK BASKETRY WORKSHOP

JUL 23 JUL 9 

S S

BOOK ARTS - page 4 CEBA 112 SU01 LETTERPRESS I CEBA 112 SU02 LETTERPRESS I CEBA 130 SU01 THE PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOK CEBA 131 SU01 IMAGE TRANSFERS FOR BOOK ARTS CEBA 170 SU01 BASICS OF BOOK MAKING CEBA 212 SU01 LETTERPRESS OPEN STUDIO WEEKEND CEBA 230 SU01 ARTIST BOOKS FOR PRINT-ON-DEMAND

JUN 6 - JUL 11 JUL 9 - JUL 30 JUN 2 - JUL 7 JUN 12 - JUN 26 JUN 7 - JUL 12 AUG 6 + AUG 7 JUN 13 - AUG 8

M 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm S 9:30 am - 4:30 pm TH 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm SU 9:30 am - 4:30 pm T 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm S + SU 9:30 am - 4:30 pm M 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

ANDREA TAYLOR ANDREA TAYLOR KATHRYN MUSSALLEM NICOLE DEXTRAS GRACE PARTRIDGE ANDREA TAYLOR STEVEN CALVERT

COMMUNICATION DESIGN - page 6 CECD 110 SU01 BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN CECD 110 SU02 BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN CECD 110 SU03 BASICS OF COMMUNICATION DESIGN CECD 112 SU01 THE ART OF FONTS CECD 160 SU01 DRAWING FOR DESIGN CECD 280 SU01 DESIGN + CRITICAL THINKING CECD 330 SU01 PUBLICATION DESIGN

MAY 25 - JUN 29 JUN 14 - JUL 19 JUN 20 - JUL 25 JUL 5 - JUL 26 MAY 26 - JUN 30 JUN 9 - JUL 28 JUN 7 - JUN 30

W T M T TH TH T + TH

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

CAROLINA BECERRA NOLA JOHNSTON DANTE COMOGLIO LINDA COE VJEKO SAGER DANTE COMOGLIO ALEX HASS

COMPUTER SKILLS - page 7 CECS 100 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO THE MACINTOSH COMPUTER CECS 100 SU02 INTRODUCTION TO THE MACINTOSH COMPUTER CECS 100 SU03 INTRODUCTION TO THE MACINTOSH COMPUTER CECS 130 SU01 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR: THE BASICS CECS 130 SU02 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR: THE BASICS CECS 131 SU01 PHOTOSHOP: THE BASICS CECS 131 SU02 PHOTOSHOP: THE BASICS CECS 133 SU01 INDESIGN: THE BASICS CECS 136 SU01 THE ADOBE SUITE FOR DESIGN + PRODUCTION CECS 136 SU02 THE ADOBE SUITE FOR DESIGN + PRODUCTION CECS 140 SU01 PHOTOSHOP FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS

MAY 24 MAY 28 JUN 20 MAY 25 - JUN 29 JUL 11 - JUL 27 JUN 4 - JUL 9 JUL 8 - AUG 12 JUL 4 - JUL 8 MAY 30 - JUN 30 JUN 12 - AUG 14 JUN 5 - JUL 10

T S M W M + W S F M - F M + TH SU SU

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 9:30 am - 1:30 pm 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 9:30 am - 1:00 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

CAROLINA BECERRA JAIME CLAY CAROLINA BECERRA JAIME CLAY JAIME CLAY KATHRYN MUSSALLEM ARTHUR BABIARZ ROSS MILNE GRACE PARTRIDGE GEORGE PAPAZIAN KATHRYN MUSSALLEM

CULTURAL STUDIES - page 9 CESE 110 SU01 ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY DESIGN CESE 160 SU01 ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART CESE 162 SU01 WALKING TOUR: ART IN PUBLIC SPACES CESE 166 SU01 WALKING TOUR: GALLERIES + CULTURAL SPACES CESE 180 SU01 A SURVEY + HISTORY OF ART CESE 250 SU01 SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE + COLLABORATION CESE 355 SU01 OPEN SOURCE CITY: FIELD STUDIES

JUN 12 - JUL 31 JUN 25 - AUG 13 JUN 1 - JUN 29 JUL 7 - AUG 4 JUN 23 - AUG 11 JUN 18 + JUN 19 JUN 20 - JUN 24

SU S W TH TH S + SU M - F

1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 10:30 am - 1:30 pm 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:00 am - 4:00 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

LIZ MILTON RAMON KUBICEK CAROL-ANN RYAN CAROL-ANN RYAN NADIA THIBAULT BETH CARRUTHERS OLIVER KELLHAMMER

DIGITAL MEDIA - page 11 CEAN 152 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO MAYA CEAN 231 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO FLASH ANIMATION CEDA 232 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN CEDA 232 SU02 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN CEDA 250 SU01 WORDPRESS CEDA 332 SU01 ADVANCED WEB DESIGN CEID 231 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS CEID 232 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD LT CEID 235 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO RHINO

MAY 28 + MAY 29 MAY 25 - JUN 29 JUN 4 - JUL 9 JUL 16 - JUL 31 JUN 20 + JUN 21 MAY 24 - JUN 28 JUN 9 - JUN 30 JUL 23 + JUL 24 AUG 6 + AUG 7

S + SU W S S + SU M + T T TH S + SU S + SU

10:00 am - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 9:30 am - 5:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 10:00 am - 4:30 pm 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

THOMAS GROPPI DAVID JUNIPER DAVID JUNIPER DAVID JUNIPER MORGAN RAUSCHER DAVID JUNIPER PHILIP ROBBINS THOMAS GROPPI THOMAS GROPPI

DRAWING - page 13 CEDR 160 SU01 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU02 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU03 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS

MAY 30 - JUL 4 JUN 13 - JUN 17 JUN 20 - JUL 25

M M-F M

9:30 am - 12:30 pm 9:30 am - 1:00 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

JAMES LINDFIELD FRANCES GRAFTON LEIGH BRIDGES

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TIMETABLE (CONT’D) DRAWING (CONT’D) - page 13 CEDR 160 SU04 D RAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU05 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 160 SU06 D RAWING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION/PROCESS CEDR 162 SU01 PERSPECTIVE DRAWING FOR ARTISTS + DESIGNERS CEDR 163 SU01 CREATIVE DRAWING + ARCHITECTURE CEDR 163 SU02 CREATIVE DRAWING + ARCHITECTURE CEDR 164 SU01 DRAWING INTO PAINTING: AN INTRODUCTION CEDR 167 SU01 DRAWING WITH PEN + INK CEDR 171 SU01 DRAWING WITH CHARCOAL + CHALK CEDR 260 S U01 DRAWING FUNDAMENTALS II CEDR 261 SU01 DRAWING THE FIGURE + FACE CEDR 261 SU02 DRAWING THE FIGURE + FACE CEDR 263 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO LIFE DRAWING CEDR 280 S U01 DRAWING THROUGH MEDIA: TECHNOLOGY + THE HAND-MADE MARK CEDR 400 S U01 LIFE DRAWING: OPEN STUDIO CEDR 400 S U02 LIFE DRAWING: OPEN STUDIO CEDR 400 S U03 LIFE DRAWING OPEN STUDIO: THE COSTUMED FIGURE

JUN 30 - AUG 4 JUL 2 - AUG 6 JUL 10 - AUG 14 MAY 28 - JUN 18 MAY 29 - JUN 19 JUN 6 - AUG 8 MAY 31 - JUN 16 JUN 2 - JUL 21 JUN 8 - JUL 27 JUL 2 - AUG 6 JUN 2 - JUN 23 JUL 20 - AUG 10 JUN 27 - JUN 30

TH S SU S SU M T + TH TH W S TH W M - TH

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MARTIN GUDERNA JANET PIPER JONES KEITH LANGERGRABER TONY O’REGAN TONY O’REGAN TONY O’REGAN LORI GOLDBERG STAN HUNC STAN HUNC JANET PIPER JONES MARK NEUFELD MARK NEUFELD FRANCES GRAFTON

JUL 16 - AUG 13 MAY 29 - JUL 3 JUN 21 - JUL 26 JUL 10 - AUG 14

S SU T SU

1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

GWENESSA LAM NO INSTRUCTOR NO INSTRUCTOR NO INSTRUCTOR

FILM  + VIDEO - page 16 CEFV 160 SU01 DIGITAL STORYTELLING: FROM SHOEBOX TO YOUTUBE JUN 17 + JUN 24 F 9:30 am - 5:30 pm CEFV 254 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO FINAL CUT PRO 7 MAY 28 - JUN 18 S 9:30 am - 4:30 pm CEFV 254 SU02 INTRODUCTION TO FINAL CUT PRO 7 JUL 9 - JUL 30 S 9:30 am - 4:30 pm CEFV 340 SU01 S3D FILMMAKING: AN INTRODUCTION MAY 30 - JUN 22 M + W 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm CEFV 345 SU01 S3D IMAGE CREATION: HISTORY + PRINCIPLES JUN 14 - JUL 19 T 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm CEFV 375 SU01 THE ART OF THE DOCUMENTARY: FROM 2D TO 3D MAY 25 - AUG 3 W 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

SUZANNE AHEARNE + SURYA GOVENDER EDDIE OCHMANEK EDDIE OCHMANEK MICHAEL VERITY JAIME CLAY ALAN GOLDMAN

GRAPHIC NOVEL - page 18 CEGN 160 SU01 THE CONTEMPORARY COMIC: AN INTRODUCTION CEGN 170 SU01 THE GRAPHIC MEMOIR: AN INTRODUCTION CEGN 230 SU01 WRITING FOR GRAPHIC NOVELS CEGN 250 SU01 EXPRESSION + CHARACTER CEGN 260 S U01 THE CONTEMPORARY COMIC II: TOWARDS THE DIGITAL CEGN 280 S U01 GRAPHIC NOVEL OPEN STUDIO

MAY 26 - JUN 30 MAY 30 - JUL 4 MAY 31 - JUL 19 JUL 10 + JUL 17 JUN 27 - AUG 8 JUL 26 - AUG 11

TH M T SU M T + TH

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

JULIAN LAWRENCE MIRIAM LIBICKI MIRIAM LIBICKI VJEKO SAGER JULIAN LAWRENCE JULIAN LAWRENCE

ILLUSTRATION - page 20 CEIL 170 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATION CEIL 200 SU01 ILLUSTRATING NATURE CEIL 240 SU01 ILLUSTRATION FOR CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOKS CEIL 260 SU01 PEN + INK BOOK ILLUSTRATION CEIL 270 SU01 FANTASY ILLUSTRATION CEIL 300 SU01 ANATOMICAL ILLUSTRATION CEIL 340 SU01 ILLUSTRATION FOR CHILDREN’S PICTURE BOOKS II

JUN 2 - JUL 7 JUN 19 - AUG 7 JUN 5 - JUL 24 MAY 28 - JUL 16 JUN 26 - JUL 31 MAY 28 - JUL 2 JUN 30 - AUG 11

TH SU SU S SU S TH

6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

ROBIN THOMPSON GWENESSA LAM LISA CINAR STAN HUNC STAN HUNC VJEKO SAGER LISA CINAR

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN - page 22 CEID 120 SU01 BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CEID 120 SU02 BASICS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CEID 121 SU01 EXPLORATION OF 3D DESIGN CEID 121 SU02 EXPLORATION OF 3D DESIGN CEID 122 SU01 BASICS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CEID 122 SU02 BASICS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CEID 160 SU01 RAPID VISUALIZATION + PRODUCT RENDERING CEID 222 SU01 BASIC ELECTRONICS FOR INTERACTIVITY CEID 223 SU01 ARCHITECTURAL MODELING + MAQUETTES CEID 224 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO MODEL MAKING CEID 250 SU01 LASER CUTTER WORKSHOP CEID 260 SU01 3D DESIGN SKETCHING CEID 275 SU01 CONCEPTS IN FURNITURE DESIGN CEID 310 SU01 URBAN INTERVENTIONS: A DESIGN/BUILD INTENSIVE CEID 350 SU01 URBAN CARTOGRAPHY CEID 363 SU01 3D RENDERING FOR DESIGN PRESENTATION

AUG 2 - AUG 6 AUG 8 - AUG 12 MAY 26 - JUL 14 JUN 23 - AUG 11 JUN 14 - AUG 9 JUN 16 - JUL 28 JUN 1 - JUL 20 JUN 13 - JUL 6 JUN 7 - AUG 2 JUN 9 - JUL 28 JUN 25 + JUN 26 JUN 20 - JUL 25 JUL 2 - JUL 31 JUN 20 - JUN 24 JUN 13 - JUL 6 JUN 8 - AUG 10

T, TH + S M, W + F TH TH T TH W M + W T TH S + SU M S + SU M-F M + W W

9:30 am - 4:30 pm 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:00 am - 4:30 pm 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 9:00 am - 5:00 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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TIMETABLE (CONT’D) INDUSTRIAL DESIGN (CONT’D) - page 22 CEID 375 SU01 SUSTAINABILITY + GREEN DESIGN CEID 390 SU01 DESIGN FOR SOCIAL CHANGE CEID 420 SU01 3D DESIGN STUDIO

MAY 30 - JUL 18 JUL 11 - AUG 8 JUN 7 - JUL 26

M 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm M + W 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm T 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

LUKAS ARMSTRONG KARA PECKNOLD SCOTT STANILAND

INTERACTION DESIGN - page 34 CEIN 100 SU01 HACK SERIES: USING ELECTRONIC KITS CEIN 200 SU01 HACK SERIES: HACK YOUR BIKE! CEIN 150 SU01 iPHONE APP CREATION CEIN 175 SU01 ANDROID ART

JUN 17 - JUN 19 JUN 24 - JUN 26 JUN 7 - JUN 21 JUN 20 - JUL 4

F - SU F - SU T + TH M + W

MORGAN RAUSCHER MORGAN RAUSCHER MILES THOROGOOD MILES THOROGOOD

MATERIAL PRACTICE - page 35 CEFA 160 SU01 BASICS OF COMPOSITION + FORM CEFA 160 SU02 BASICS OF COMPOSITION + FORM CEFA 170 SU01 MATERIALS + MEDIA IN FINE ART PRACTICE CEFA 170 SU02 MATERIALS + MEDIA IN FINE ART PRACTICE CEFA 260 SU01 DEVELOPING YOUR VISUAL STYLE

MAY 30 - JUL 18 JUN 20 - JUN 24 JUL 7 - JUL 28 AUG 8 - AUG 11 JUN 22 - JUL 27

M 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm M - F 9:30 am - 3:30 pm TH 9:30 am - 3:00 pm M - TH 1:30 pm - 7:00 pm W 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

VANESSA ARNOLD FRANCES GRAFTON KAREN KAZMER KAREN KAZMER VJEKO SAGER

PAINTING - page 36 CEPN 160 SU01 PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION / PROCESS CEPN 160 SU02 PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION / PROCESS CEPN 160 SU03 PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION / PROCESS CEPN 161 SU01 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACRYLIC PAINTING CEPN 161 SU02 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACRYLIC PAINTING CEPN 162 SU01 FUNDAMENTALS OF OIL PAINTING CEPN 162 SU02 FUNDAMENTALS OF OIL PAINTING CEPN 163 SU01 FUNDAMENTALS OF WATERCOLOUR CEPN 164 SU01 USING COLOUR CEPN 164 SU02 USING COLOUR CEPN 165 SU01 THE BUILT SURFACE: PAINT + COLLAGE CEPN 165 SU02 THE BUILT SURFACE: PAINT + COLLAGE CEPN 169 SU01 MIXED MEDIA PAINTING TECHNIQUES CEPN 169 SU02 MIXED MEDIA PAINTING TECHNIQUES CEPN 178 SU01 TIBETAN THANGKA PAINTING CEPN 180 SU01 EXPLORING MANDALA CEPN 190 SU01 ANYTHING BUT THE BRUSH CEPN 260 S U01 PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS II CEPN 261 SU01 ACRYLIC PAINTING II CEPN 262 SU01 OIL PAINTING II CEPN 263 SU01 WATERCOLOUR PAINTING II CEPN 264 SU01 USING COLOUR II CEPN 265 SU01 EXPLORING THE BUILT SURFACE CEPN 270 SU01 FORMS + CONCEPTS IN CONTEMPORARY PAINTING CEPN 271 SU01 BRUSH STROKE BOOT CAMP I CEPN 271 SU02 BRUSH STROKE BOOT CAMP I CEPN 271 SU03 BRUSH STROKE BOOT CAMP I CEPN 276 SU01 PAINTING FROM DIGITAL CEPN 278 SU01 PAINTING THE PORTRAIT CEPN 360 S U01 PAINTING: OPEN STUDIO CEPN 365 SU01 OPEN STUDIO: LAYERING TECHNIQUES CEPN 371 SU01 BOOT CAMP II: COMPOSITION + THE PICTURE PLANE CEPN 372 SU01 BOOT CAMP II: LANDSCAPE + NATURAL ELEMENTS CEPN 373 SU01 BOOT CAMP II: APPROACHES TO FIGURE + THE PORTRAIT

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ELIZABETH BARNES LEIGH BRIDGES STEPHANIE JONSSON LORI GOLDBERG LORI GOLDBERG JAMES LINDFIELD JAMES LINDFIELD ELENA UNDERHILL ELIZABETH BARNES MARK NEUFELD JEANNE KRABBENDAM JEANNE KRABBENDAM DIANA KUBICEK DIANA KUBICEK KALSANG DAWA KALSANG DAWA JEANNE KRABBENDAM MARTIN GUDERNA LORI GOLDBERG JAMES LINDFIELD LORI GOLDBERG JAMES LINDFIELD JEANNE KRABBENDAM ELIZABETH BARNES LEIGH BRIDGES LISA BIRKE LISA BIRKE SEAN COGGINS MARK NEUFELD JAMES LINDFIELD JEANNE KRABBENDAM LISA BIRKE LISA BIRKE LISA BIRKE

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TIMETABLE (CONT’D) PHOTOGRAPHY CEPH 250 SU02 CEPH 250 SU03 CEPH 250 SU04 CEPH 265 SU01 CEPH 290 S U01 CEPH 340 SU01 CEPH 345 SU01 CEPH 352 SU01

(CONT’D) - page 42 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I NTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY APPROPRIATION PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITURE FIBER-BASED PRINTING: ADVANCED BLACK-AND-WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

PRINTMAKING CEPR 150 SU01 CEPR 160 SU01 CEPR 162 SU01 CEPR 164 SU01 CEPR 164 SU02 CEPR 165 SU01

page 45 PHOTO-BASED PRINTMAKING INTRODUCTION TO RELIEF PRINTMAKING WATER-BASED SCREENPRINTING TEXTILE PRINTING I TEXTILE PRINTING I PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES

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F - SU 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm W 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm S + SU 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm T - S 9:30 am - 3:30 pm SU 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm M 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

JOSH HITE MATILDA ASLIZADEH KAREN DE LUNA JOSH HITE ADAM STENHOUSE VENDULA RALKOVA

JUL 3 - AUG 7 JUL 7 - AUG 11

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9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

DIANE EVANS MATILDA ASLIZADEH

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MADELEINE SAUVÉ LAWRENCE LOWE CHERYL CARPENTER ELEANOR HANNAN ELEANOR HANNAN MADELEINE SAUVÉ

JUN 21 - JUL 26 JUN 12 - JUL 17 JUN 16 - JUL 14 MAY 30 - JUN 27

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6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

CHRIS TYRELL ALEX HASS CHRISTINA ADAMS REBECCA COLEMAN

SCULPTURE + INSTALLATION - page 48 CESC 150 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO SOUND INSTALLATION AUG 6 - AUG 12 CESC 160 SU01 ENVIRONMENTAL INSTALLATION: WORKING WITH NATURE AUG 6 - AUG 20 CESC 178 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO MOLD DESIGN + CASTING JUN 15 - AUG 3 CESC 179 SU01 SMALL SCALE MODELING JUN 25 - AUG 13 CESC 180 SU01 INTRODUCTION TO METAL SCULPTURE JUN 13 - JUN 17 CESC 180 SU02 INTRODUCTION TO METAL SCULPTURE JUN 20 - JUN 24

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9:30 am - 3:00 pm 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

JEFFREY YELLEN NICOLE DEXTRAS PHILIP ROBBINS VICKI ISRAEL IAN RHODES IAN RHODES

WRITING - page CEWR 115 SU01 CEWR 160 SU01 CEWR 175 SU01

S 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm S 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm S + SU 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - page 46 CEPD 190 SU01 THE BUSINESS OF ART PRACTICE CEPD 392 SU01 MARKETING 2D DESIGN SERVICES CESM 100 SU01 THE ART OF SOCIAL MEDIA CESM 110 SU01 FINDING YOUR SOCIAL MEDIUM

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JUN 18 - JUL 23 JUN 25 - AUG 13 JUL 23 - AUG 14

CONCOURSE GALLERY EVENTS + EXHIBITS SUMMER 2011

BRIAN SUTHERLAND SHAUNA PAULL INGRID ROSE

Join us this summer for a number of free events and exhibits.

DESIGN IN THE FIELD June 18 – June 26

GRAPHIC NOVEL EXHIBITION July 10 – July 24

See ecuad.ca/cs/institutes for details

See page 18 for details

SPATIAL TYPOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS June 18 + June 22 See page 7 for details

SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR TEENS SHOW June 28 – August 4

PACT 21: TWIGS, PAPER, FOAM June 25 See page 25 for details

Work by 100 + students participating in the Summer Institute for Teens, including Painting, Drawing, Aboriginal Arts, 3D Design, Ceramics and more! See ecuad.ca/cs/teens for details

TEENS FACULTY EXHIBITION JUNE 30 – JULY 8

MIXED MEDIA EXHIBITION August 7 – August 13

Work by faculty in the Summer Institute for Teens

See page 37 for details

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Emily Carr encourages applications from individuals with demonstrated ability in visual arts, media arts, or design who have the dedication and motivation to further develop that ability. Admission to the degree programs is competitive and is based on assessment of the applicant’s portfolio, academic transcripts, and written submission.

DEGREE PROGRAMS UNCLASSIFIED STUDENT STATUS Practicing artists or designers with an accredited degree or diploma in a related discipline may register in credit courses, where space permits, to a lifetime maximum of nine (9) credits. Admission is based on assessment of the applicant’s official academic transcripts. For application dates, please contact 604 844 3897 or visit www.ecuad.ca. Note: Unclassified Students are not eligible for student financial assistance.

THE UNIVERSITY OFFERS THE FOLLOWING DEGREE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Fine Arts with majors in: Visual Art General Fine Art Photography Animation Critical + Cultural Practice Film, Video + Integrated Media Bachelor of Design with majors in: Communication Design Industrial Design Interaction Design Master of Applied Arts with streams in: Design Media Arts Visual Arts Master of Applied Arts - Low Residence Students admitted to a degree program at Emily Carr may pursue a degree in General Fine Art or Visual Arts through full-time or part-time studies. All other majors must be pursued through full-time study.

Alumni Society Associate Memberships are only $20/year, and are available to the public. As an Associate Member of the Alumni Society, you will receive a personalized membership card - your passport to services, benefits, and discounts. As a bonus - your membership fees will help fund Emily Carr Alumni Association initiatives to benefit all alumni. Learn more about the Emily Carr Alumni Association at www.ecuad.ca/about/alumni or contact alumni@ecuad.ca.

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INTERACTION DESIGN (NEW) HACK SERIES: USING ELECTRONIC KITS (NEW)

Intensive

An introduction to creative applications for electronics using a selection of fun and exciting pre-assembled electronics kits. Students will have an opportunity to work with sound, lights, instruments, badges and more. With the guidance of instructors, students will learn about circuits, wiring, soldering, and other fun and useful information about electronics. This is a beginner level course that’s great for anyone looking to experiment with cicruitry or those moving on to courses in the Hack Series, such as CEIN 200 Hack Your Bike!

Morgan Rauscher CEIN 100 SU01 Jun 17 - Jun 19 Fri, Sat + Sun 9:00 am - 4:30 pm 3 Sessions

$250 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

HACK SERIES: HACK YOUR BIKE! (NEW)

Intensive

Cyclists of the city unite! What if you could network your bike with your friends and families bikes and your bikes would glow red when you got close to one another? What about if your bike changed color when you went faster? How about you make your tires a moving LED sign or heat up your seat? The possibilities are endless. Bring in your bike and we will hack it together adding creative electronics to make advancements to the cycling experience. Learn about mobile creative electronics and how they can be a part of your cycling life.

Morgan Rauscher CEIN 200 SU01 Jun 24 - Jun 26 Fri, Sat + Sun 9:00 am - 4:30 pm 3 Sessions

$250 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite CEIN 100 Using Electronic Kits, CEID 222 Basic Electronics for Interactivity or equivalent

iPHONE APP CREATION (NEW) This course will show you how to make your own app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Using a simple set of tools, you will learn how to design and build an app with an interactive graphical interface and sound components. Issues regarding user interaction and current design methodologies are introduced for mobiles devices. At the end of the course, you will be able to put the app on an iPhone and iPod Touch device and will be shown how to upload it to the online App Store. Students are encouraged to investigate the conceptual and aesthetic potential of mobile technologies and demonstrate design strategies for an interactive work.

Miles Thorogood CEIN 150 SU01 Jun 7 - Jun 21 Tue + Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 5 Sessions

$185 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Basic computer skills; no prior programming experience required

ANDROID ART (NEW) This course will show you how to make your own interactive work for the Android platform. Using tools available through the Processing IDE, you will learn how to design and build an interactive app using graphics, images and sound. Issues regarding user interaction and current design methodologies are introduced for mobile devices. At the end of the course, you will be able to put your creation on an Android device and will learn how to upload it to the Android Market place. Students are encouraged to investigate the conceptual and aesthetic potential of mobile technologies and demonstrate design strategies for an interactive work.

Miles Thorogood CEIN 175 SU01 Jun 20 - Jul 4 Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 5 Sessions

$185 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Prior experience coding in Processing or Java is preferable

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MATERIAL PRACTICE

Intensive

BASICS OF COMPOSITION AND FORM

Vanessa Arnold

Frances Grafton

CEFA 160 SU01

CEFA 160 SU02

May 30 - Jul 18

Jun 20 - Jun 24

Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

8 Sessions

5 Sessions

This course introduces you to ideas in art making while examining the relationship of concept and composition in two-dimensional art practices. You develop skills in composition by investigating how line, shape, colour, texture, and surface treatment enhance and influence form. Exercises and experimentation with a variety of media allow you to explore aesthetics and meaning by applying the elements and principles of composition. Through illustrated lectures, demonstrations, discussions, observations, and critiques you learn to reference historical and contemporary theories and image sources as inspirations for art making. $335 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

Intensive

MATERIALS AND MEDIA IN FINE ART PRACTICE

Karen Kazmer

Karen Kazmer

CEFA 170 SU01

CEFA 170 SU02

Jul 7 - Jul 28

Aug 8 - Aug 11

Thu 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Mon - Thu 1:30 pm - 7:00 pm

4 Sessions

4 Sessions

This course introduces you to the diversity of materials and media used in the contemporary visual arts to create three-dimensional objects and communicate ideas. Traditional and unconventional materials and processes are employed in exercises and projects as you gain an understanding of basic three-dimensional elements such as space, mass, volume, plane, and texture. How these elements are affected and can be manipulated through choice of materials is explored and discussed as you advance your understanding of relationships between ideas, materials, media, and context. $235 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

DEVELOPING YOUR VISUAL STYLE Vjeko Sager CEFA 260 SU01 Jun 22 - Jul 27 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

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This course provides an opportunity to work on and develop your own artistic style. You will be introduced to examples, principles, and methods of major historic styles including classical and modern. This course is designed to merge hands-on practice with your creative ideas by experimenting with numerous materials and techniques. Throughout the course you will analyze your creative process and refine your aesthetic abilities. $235 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Some drawing or painting experience

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PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS I: COMPOSITION / PROCESS Elizabeth Barnes

Leigh Bridges

Stephanie Jonsson

CEPN 160 SU01

CEPN 160 SU02

CEPN 160 SU03

Jun 7 - Jul 26

Jul 8 - Aug 12

Jul 9 - Jul 31

Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Fri 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Sat + Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

8 Sessions

6 Sessions

8 Sessions

PAINTING

This course is an introduction to painting and two-dimensional design. Various painting techniques are introduced while you explore basic composition, colour, and use of tools and materials. Through hands-on experience, you take an investigative approach to the techniques and methods artists have used through the ages. Linear structure, mass, and spatial properties are explored as you experiment with a variety of techniques including impasto, transparencies, and decalcomania. $345 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

FUNDAMENTALS OF ACRYLIC PAINTING Lori Goldberg

Lori Goldberg

CEPN 161 SU01

CEPN 161 SU02

Jun 6 - Jun 22

Jun 11 - Jun 26

Mon + Wed 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Sat + Sun 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

6 Sessions

6 Sessions

This course provides a step-by-step introduction to painting with acrylics. You gain an understanding of colour, space, and composition while being introduced to technical and conceptual concerns. Thinning, thickening, and texturing techniques and their applications are explored. Lectures, demonstrations, slide presentations, and critiques supplement hands-on practice. $295 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

FUNDAMENTALS OF OIL PAINTING James Lindfield

James Lindfield

CEPN 162 SU01

CEPN 162 SU02

Jun 4 - Jul 23

Jun 19 - Aug 7

Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

8 Sessions

8 Sessions

Experience the beauty and texture of oil painting. Explore tools, skills, terminology, and imagery through projects and experimentation. Use and preparation of various surface materials and colour mixing are examined. Lectures, demonstrations, discussions, and critiques are included. $295 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

FUNDAMENTALS OF WATERCOLOUR Elena Underhill CEPN 163 SU01 Jun 20 - Jul 25 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course introduces the basic, essential techniques of painting with watercolour. Through projects you 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 are introduced. $245 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

USING COLOUR Elizabeth Barnes

Mark Neufeld

CEPN 164 SU01

CEPN 164 SU02

Jun 13 - Jul 18

Jul 3 - Aug 7

Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

6 Sessions

6 Sessions

This introductory studio course provides an opportunity to investigate the creative use of colour in a variety of mediums. Explore the use of colour to develop observational and painting skills, create compositional structure, and develop individual imagery. Through a range of projects you explore expressive and conceptual possibilities primarily through colour projects. Colour theory and contemporary and historical applications with special reference to painting are discussed. $265 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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THE BUILT SURFACE: PAINT AND COLLAGE Jeanne Krabbendam CEPN 165 SU01 Jun 2 - Jul 7 Thu 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6 Sessions Jeanne Krabbendam CEPN 165 SU02 Aug 2 - Aug 11 Tue + Thu 1:30 pm - 8:30 pm 4 Sessions

Explore non-traditional art materials and ways of working in this introductory course on collage 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.

TIBETAN THANGKA PAINTING Kalsang Dawa CEPN 178 SU01 May 29 - Jun 26 Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 5 Sessions

$315 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

Diana Kubicek CEPN 169 SU01 Jul 9 - Aug 13 Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

Intensive

Aug 7 - Aug 12

$385 / Class Limit 10 / Prerequisite None

MIXED MEDIA PAINTING TECHNIQUES

Intensive

EXPLORING MANDALA

For both beginner and experienced painters, this course introduces the process of image-making on built surfaces. Working with a range of materials such as gesso, plaster, paint, ink, charcoal, and various papers you explore expression and emotion through layering, drawing, and brushwork.

Kalsang Dawa

Learn about the cross-cultural art of Mandalas, including the sacred geometry and symbolism of Tibetan Buddhist and Hindu Mandalas. Students will learn how to prepare and paint on a wood surface using a unique set of mixed media, including: semi-precious minerals, gold leaf, herbs and spices, sand and sea shells.

Diana Kubicek CEPN 169 SU02

Explore your individual creative process as you are introduced to the art of traditional Tibetan thangka painting. You will learn about the history, symbolism, and rituals of Tibetan art as you learn to prepare your canvas, and to prepare pigments using traditional techniques including how to grind semi-precious stones into paint. Using the traditional technique of basic proportions you will learn to draw a Buddha. You will then create and paint your own thangka.

CEPN 180 SU01 Aug 8 - Aug 12 Mon - Fri 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 5 Sessions

$225 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None $385 / Class Limit 10 / Prerequisite None

Sun - Fri 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

Mixed Media Exhibition August 7 - August 13, 2011 Transformation is an exhibition of work that brings together artists compelled to uncover, excavate and enrich the surfaces of found objects. These practices point to an interest in creating alluring surfaces that draw viewers to consider ordinary and unconventional materials in new ways. Using the vocabulary of reclaimed materials, surface treatment and form as a metaphor for the lived experience, these works encourage us to consider objects beyond what they initially seem and to focus on their possibilities. Curated by Continuing Studies instructor Jeanne Krabbendam, the works in this exhibition were created by artists enrolled in two courses: CEPN 165 The Built Surface and CEPN 265 Exploring the Built Surface.

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PAINTING (CONT’D) ANYTHING BUT THE BRUSH (NEW) Jeanne Krabbendam CEPN 190 SU01 May 27 - Jun 17 Fri 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 4 Sessions

This course will challenge students to expand their approach to paint application by introducing them to a broad range of usual and less usual art tools, from knives and rollers to tile-cutters, brooms, sticks and trowels. Students in this course will step outside of their usual methods, and set aside their most comfortable ways of working with paint. Assignments will focus on larger projects, and on creating paint-based multi-media art in non-conventional ways. $285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

PAINTING FUNDAMENTALS II Martin Guderna CEPN 260 SU01 Jul 23 - Aug 14 Sat + Sun 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Building on the knowledge and experience gained in CEPN 160 Painting Fundamentals I, you continue to explore painting techniques, tools, and materials, and their applications through which you convey messages, ideas, emotions, and issues. Traditional techniques and systems are explored, however the emphasis is on contemporary painting.

6 Sessions

$295 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 160 Painting Fundamentals I: Composition/Process or CEPN 161 Fundamentals of Acrylic Painting or CEPN 164 Painting Fundamentals: Using Colour or equivalent

Intensive

ACRYLIC PAINTING II

Lori Goldberg

This course is designed to further the development of students who are ready to move beyond the skills gained in CEPN 161 Fundamentals of Acrylic Painting. You will explore and experiment with materials and a variety of conceptual and technical approaches to painting with acrylics. Emphasis will be on each student’s individual development, and on enhancing his or her technical skills and personal expression. The course will move fluidly between traditional applications, and the abstract and expressive.

CEPN 261 SU01 Aug 7 - Aug 12 Sun - Fri 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6 Sessions

$235 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 161 Fundamentals of Acrylic Painting or equivalent

OIL PAINTING II James Lindfield CEPN 262 SU01 Jul 3 - Aug 7 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

This course is a continuation of CEPN 162 Fundamentals of Oil Painting or equivalent. You focus on your development, exploration and analysis of colour, composition, use of scale, subject matter, and technical processes. Throughout the course we consider examples from contemporary and historical painting as an integral part in the discussions, critiques, and lectures.

6 Sessions

$245 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 162 Fundamentals of Oil Painting I or equivalent

Intensive

WATERCOLOUR PAINTING II

Lori Goldberg

This advanced course builds upon skills learned in CEPN 163 Fundamentals of Watercolour. Students 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 still life, the human figure, and the artists’ imaginations.

CEPN 263 SU01 Aug 7 - Aug 12 Sun - Fri 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

$245 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 163 Fundamentals of Watercolour or equivalent

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FORMS AND CONCEPTS IN CONTEMPORARY PAINTING

USING COLOUR II James Lindfield CEPN 264 SU01 Jun 18 - Jul 23 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6 Sessions

Building on previous course work in colour, you develop the creative use of compositional colour structures in painting. Intense and diminished colour, discords, and spatial effects are explored through analysis and practice. Emphasis is on developing both practical skill and imaginative approaches to colour in your personal work. $245 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 164 Using Colour or equivalent

EXPLORING THE BUILT SURFACE Jeanne Krabbendam CEPN 265 SU01 Jun 6 - Jul 11 Mon 9:30 am - 1:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course expands on the techniques introduced in CEPN 165 The Built Surface: Paint and Collage. More challenging projects will include experimenting with the juxtaposition of objects and materials for meaningful configurations. Further development of painting techniques, image alteration, and various combinations of mixed media layering techniques will encourage risktaking as you move beyond your traditional practice. Personal imagery, themes, and symbols will continue to be developed through discussion and critiques, with an emphasis on design and personal style.

Elizabeth Barnes CEPN 270 SU01 Jul 6 - Aug 10 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course is a unique opportunity for you to expand your studio practice through understanding the current trends in painting today. Over the last few decades the field of painting has expanded to include practices that challenge traditional histories and languages associated with the medium. Students will explore a range of approaches, from “conceptual abstraction” and “materiality”, to the “aesthetics of excess” and “post-modern allegory”. Students will be equipped with relevant terminologies and methodologies, and encouraged to locate their own practice within broader themes and trends. Through critiques and presentations students will be encouraged to exchange ideas and observations about their work, helping to further their studio work through these processes. $215 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Students should have a current painting practice

$325 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite CEPN 165 The Built Surface: Paint and Collage

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PAINTING FROM DIGITAL (NEW) Sean Coggins CEPN 276 SU01 Jun 5 - Jun 26 Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 4 Sessions

The integration of digital processes into contemporary studio practices can facilitate a dialogue between contemporary painting and new forms of image production. This course will take students through demonstrations, directed projects, hands-on work and basic principles of approaching digital imagery with the intent of translating it to painting. Students will learn the benefits of generating images digitally for the purposes of rapid visualization, composition, content, colour palette and scale. Students will create their own content, render it digitally, and translate their imagery into an oil painting. $250 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Some oil painting experience recommended

PAINTING THE PORTRAIT Mark Neufeld CEPN 278 SU01 Jun 21 - Aug 9 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

PAINTING (CONT’D) BRUSH STROKE BOOT CAMP I Leigh Bridges CEPN 271 SU01 May 25 - Jul 13 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions Lisa Birke CEPN 271 SU02 Jun 11 - Jul 16

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.

Sat 9:00 am - 1:00 pm 6 Sessions

$285 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Any 100-level painting course. Some prior experience in drawing or painting the face is recommended, but not mandatory

PAINTING: OPEN STUDIO James Lindfield CEPN 360 SU01 Jun 17 - Jul 29 Fri 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

$325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Some painting experience

Lisa Birke CEPN 271 SU03 Jul 10 - Jul 31

Explore portraiture through “pushing paint”. Each class will include a brief presentation on techniques of glazing, underpainting, building textures, etc., as well as underlying anatomy, followed by painting from the live model. You will focus on developing your own individual approach, whether realistic, expressive or abstract, as you work on self-directed projects in portraiture. Classes will be supplemented with individual and group critiques, brief demonstrations, and slide presentations.

6 Sessions

This is a self-directed course which is intended to provide support for work on independent projects. You will have individual guidance from the instructor and will benefit from group discussions and critiques. In addition to addressing technical issues, you will have the opportunity to further develop your ideas and personal approach to painting.

Sun 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 4 Sessions

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$225 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Any 100-level painting course or equivalent is required; 200-level painting experience is strongly recommended

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OPEN STUDIO: LAYERING TECHNIQUES (NEW) Jeanne Krabbendam CEPN 365 SU01 Jul 6 - Aug 10 Wed 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6 Sessions

This Open Studio will offer students room and experience to create their own work in mixed media layering techniques while supported and coached by a mixed media art instructor. The course will offer further development of painting techniques and use of new and different materials and tools. Through discussion, critiques and individual guidance, students will be challenged to develop their style and grow in their art practice. $285 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 165 The Built Surface and CEPN 265 Exploring The Built Surface or equivalent experience in mixed media painting

BOOT CAMP II: APPROACHES TO FIGURE AND THE PORTRAIT (NEW) Lisa Birke CEPN 373 SU01 Jun 15 - Jun 30 Wed/Thu/Fri 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 8 Sessions

This course will continue with the Brush Stroke Boot Camp I ‘painting skin session’, exploring diverse ways of representing the figure and the portrait. There will be instruction on figure/ground relationship, as well as the capturing of emotion. We will explore both traditional paint techniques and contemporary concepts of representing the human face and form. $325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 271 Brush Stroke Boot Camp I

BOOT CAMP II: COMPOSITION AND THE PICTURE PLANE Lisa Birke CEPN 371 SU01 Jun 7 - Jun 28 Tue 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 4 Sessions

This course will expand on basic skills learned in CEPN 271 Brush Stroke Boot Camp I with a focus on how to create successful compositions, exploring balance, form and colour in both traditional and contemporary painting. We will learn how to transition between specific techniques introduced in Boot Camp I: how to use these within the same painting. We 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. $325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 271 Brush Stroke Boot Camp I

BOOT CAMP II: LANDSCAPE AND NATURAL ELEMENTS Lisa Birke CEPN 372 SU01 Jun 6 - Jun 27 Mon 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 4 Sessions

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This course will continue with the Brush Stroke Boot Camp I structure with a focus on different approaches to painting natural elements such as cloud, sky, water, land, trees and atmosphere and how to combine these together to create landscape and/or narrative paintings. We will learn how to use colour and brush stroke variation to create a strong sense of space, perspective, and light, and how to successfully translate the energy and movement we see in the world around us into paint. $325 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite CEPN 271 Brush Stroke Boot Camp I

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PHOTOGRAPHY

THE MAGIC OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Vendula Ralkova CEPH 230 SU01 Jun 8 - Jul 27 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions Vendula Ralkova CEPH 230 SU02 Jun 12 - Jul 31 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

Pregnant or breast-feeding women are prohibited from taking photography courses with darkroom access. Darkroom chemicals are harmful to the unborn child and can be absorbed into a woman’s breast milk.

The street as a subject of the photograph has been a part of the medium since its inception in the 1800s. Street photography is the never-ending dialog between the observer/ photographer and the life around him. The streets are the stage where everything is possible — just pick up your camera… Participants will learn not only the history and the contemporary tendencies of the genre but will regularly actively photograph during the field trips on the streets. Lectures with enticing images, discussions, critiques and hands-on practical assignments will ensure the well-rounded foundation for any amateur or professional. $285 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Students are required to bring their own camera, digital SLR preferred

BLACK-AND-WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY I Rand Berthaudin CEPH 141 SU01 Jul 2 - Jul 30 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 5 Sessions Diane Evans CEPH 141 SU02 Jul 9 - Aug 6 Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 5 Sessions

This is the ideal course for students seeking an introduction to the manual operation of a 35mm camera and basic black-and-white darkroom techniques. The course includes principles of exposure, use of natural light in photographic imagery, film processing, enlargement techniques, and the machine processing of prints. Through lecture, discussion, demonstration, and stimulating projects you are encouraged to expand your understanding of the technical and aesthetic possibilities of photography while developing an awareness of your own approach and interests. Maximum weekly darkroom access: 6 hours (between second and final class) $265 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None; students are required to bring their own 35mm camera (manual operation)

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TWILIGHT TO NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY (NEW) Kathryn Mussallem CEPH 235 SU01 Jul 14 - Aug 4 Thu 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm 4 Sessions

As twilight approaches, the changing conditions of light and weather become exciting opportunities to play with the possibilities of photography. In this course students will explore this transitional moment of the day where dramatic narrative, colour saturation and mystery seem heightened. Field trips will take you out of the classroom to explore the city shrouded in the light of the magic hour moving into the theatre of the night. Students must supply their own digital or SLR camera but should note that this course does not involve printing. $265 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite CEPH 141 Black-and-White Photography I, CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent

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THE CONSTRUCTED IMAGE Kathryn Mussallem CEPH 246 SU01 Jul 6 - Aug 10 Wed 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 6 Sessions

A photograph is no longer just a photograph. A constructed image is a photo that has been altered through the use of digital manipulation, drawing, painting, collage or diorama to create a specific visual experience. The resulting artwork is a true hybrid that may be the most ideal realization of the artist’s intention. Students in this course investigate classic themes from art history — beauty, alienation, loss — and reinterpret them through the combination of traditional techniques and computer-based workflow. The instructor acquaints students with advanced Photoshop techniques that enhance artistic productivity. The learning experience goes well beyond simple computer tricks and tips, as the entire class re-engages with the process of artistic creation through images that are cleverly constructed and conceptually compelling. This course includes instruction in the darkroom. $265 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite Basic Photoshop experience

CREATIVE FLASH LIGHTING (NEW) Hannah Guy CEPH 248 SU01 Jul 19 - Aug 11 Tue + Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

This course is designed for anyone interested in exploring the aesthetic, narrative and creative possibilities of lighting. Students will be encouraged to expand the conceptual boundaries of their work through experimenting with the flash. A variety of techniques and exercises will include studio workshops, independent projects and field trips alongside lectures and discussions. Students will be exposed to contemporary and historical practices that experiment with lighting in photography. This course will provide students a sound underpinning in technical skills while also encouraging the freedom to explore the aesthetics and creative possibilities of advanced photographic lighting. $265 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Kathryn Mussallem CEPH 250 SU01 Jun 3 - Jul 15 Fri 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course is designed for those beginning to explore photography with digital cameras, CEPH 250 SU02 as well as for those adding digital techniques to their current photographic practice. You Jun 17 - Jun 26 will learn the basics of digital photography, image editing, and printing. Issues relating to Fri, Sat + Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm camera settings and image quality will be discussed in the context of the digital revolution. 6 Sessions The course will be organized around a series of projects and will offer the opportunity for independent work. Josh Hite

Matilda Aslizadeh

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CEPH 250 SU04

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Jul 30 - Aug 14

Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Sat + Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

6 Sessions

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This is not a course in Photoshop (for Photoshop, see page 8). $275 / Class Limit 15 / Prerequisite Proficient Macintosh skills or equivalent; students are required to bring their own digital camera with USB connectivity

Intensive

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY APPROPRIATION (NEW)

Josh Hite

How do we engage with the millions of images we see around us? What types of work can be made using strategies of borrowing and recontextualising? This course will explore the possibilities of creating appropriation-based photo works. We will look at the practices of contemporary appropriation-based photo artists and will use Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, and open source software to create new works remixing content from the web, with a focus on web 2.0 sites.

CEPH 265 SU01 Aug 2 - Aug 6 Tue - Sat 9:30 am - 3:30 pm 5 Sessions

$285 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite CEPH 250 Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent

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PHOTOGRAPHY (CONT’D) PHOTOGRAPHIC DOCUMENTATION Adam Stenhouse CEPH 290 SU01 Jul 3 - Jul 31 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

This hands-on course introduces you to methods of digital photo-documentation of twodimensional, three-dimensional, and installation artwork in various settings and lighting conditions. Examples, demonstrations, instruction, and practice will enable you to document your artwork in a professional manner. Students must provide their own digital SLR camera.

5 Sessions

$185 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITURE (NEW) Vendula Ralkova CEPH 340 SU01 Jul 4 - Jul 25 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 4 Sessions

This practical and theoretical introduction to the photographic portraiture is an opportunity for anyone trying to find or expand their photographic portrait style while using natural/available light. During the in-depth lectures students will learn about the history and development of photographic portraiture as well as practical techniques used for a contemporary portrait indoors and outdoors. Sessions will contain a practical hands-on photograph portion and the last session will concentrate on the feedback on results produced during this workshop. This workshop is for both analog and digital photographers. This class does not include darkroom access. $165 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Basic analog or digital photography experience

FIBER-BASED PRINTING: ADVANCED BLACK-AND-WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY Diane Evans CEPH 345 SU01 Jul 3 - Aug 7 Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course provides an intensive investigation into the technical skills of black-and-white film exposure and fiber-based printing. Early in the course, emphasis will be placed on the relationship between exposure, film development, and the finished print. Correct metering and controlling the exposure of the film using a variety of methods will be demonstrated and practiced. You will experiment with a variety of techniques and aesthetic approaches to build a portfolio of exhibition quality prints as you work with fiber-based, multi-grade papers, use the archival process and tray process, experiment with warm- and cold-tone papers and developers, learn toning for archival permanence, and apply proper techniques for the drying and handling of prints. As well, there will be a continuing discussion of the interrelationship between concept, subject matter, and technical skills. $265 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite CEPH 141 Black-and-White Photography I or equivalent

ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Matilda Aslizadeh CEPH 352 SU01 Jul 7 - Aug 11 Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course is for those interested in pursuing a more advanced study of digital photography. Through a series of projects and critiques, you will expand your technical abilities and explore your personal aesthetic. Content, form, aesthetics, technical issues around processing, file formats, controlling exposure, and special-effects techniques will be covered. Digital SLR cameras are recommended. $265 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite Class is for photographers experienced in both digital photography and processing (i.e. uploading images, understanding image size and resolution, cropping, adjusting levels, and saving files)

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PRINTMAKING PHOTO-BASED PRINTMAKING Madeleine Sauvé CEPR 150 SU01 Jun 6 - Jul 18 Mon 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 7 Sessions

Explore a variety of exciting photo-based printmaking techniques in this intensive, introductory course. Through demonstrations, directed projects, and hands-on work you will learn the basic principles of photo-based printmaking through methods in intaglio, relief, and lithography. All stages of the techniques will be discussed and demonstrated, including product qualities, image preparation, exposing, developing, and printing. You will have the opportunity to create works using each process and techniques may be combined to create a “multimedia” print.

TEXTILE PRINTING I Textile printing is the local application, to CEPR 164 SU01 textile fabrics, of any colour or colours in Jun 6 - Jun 29 definite patterns or designs. You will practice Mon + Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm a number of methods for printing on fabrics, 8 Sessions including block printing and screen printing. Lessons in concepts and creative approaches Eleanor Hannan as well as technical practices such as basic CEPR 164 SU02 dyeing and fabric painting will lead towards Jun 7 - Jun 30 establishing a home practice set-up for Tue + Thu 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm fabric printing. You will learn about various 8 Sessions types of dyes and fabric pigments. Paint techniques and cloth types appropriate to each method used will be demonstrated. Sources for all materials will be discussed and an extensive list provided. Eleanor Hannan

$395 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None $305 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

PRINTMAKING TECHNIQUES

Lawrence Lowe CEPR 160 SU01 Jun 12 - Jul 17 Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 6 Sessions

INTRODUCTION TO RELIEF PRINTMAKING

Madeleine Sauvé

Create your own cards, invitations, or art works. In this course you are introduced to relief and woodblock printmaking using linoleum, wood, and collograph techniques. You explore printing by hand and press with one to three colours, and create your own linoleum and wood blocks to continue printing at home. Slide presentations, demonstrations, and studio work will guide you as you develop your understanding of printing and of your own strengths and interests.

Jul 6 - Aug 10

CEPR 165 SU01 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This course introduces you to the basics of printmaking through three different techniques: intaglio, lithography, and woodblock. You start with intaglio as you learn to work with drypoint on plexiglass. In the lithography section you will draw on polymer sheets, then print using a litho press. You will complete your introduction with woodblock, using hand rubbing as you explore relief printing. Discussion and historical review will supplement hands-on work. On completion, you will have a broad knowledge of printmaking and three sets of prints.

$235 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None $245 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

WATER-BASED SCREENPRINTING Cheryl Carpenter CEPR 162 SU01 Jul 2 - Jul 30 Sat 9:30 am - 1:30 pm 5 Sessions

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For many years screen printing techniques have provided painters and photographers with a simple method of applying their images and ideas to a great variety of materials and surfaces. If the special luminosity and transparency of water-based colour fascinates you, this course is for you! Expand your image-making options by learning the basics of water-based screen printing including hand-drawn and photographic stencil production. Lessons in concept development, screen and surface preparation, registration, and preservation culminate in learning how to establish a home or studio facility for continued explorations. $235 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 31, 2011 / HOW TO REGISTER p. 54 FOR INSTRUCTOR BIOS, PLEASE VISIT WWW.ECUAD.CA/PEOPLE/FACULTY/CS


THE BUSINESS OF ART PRACTICE Chris Tyrell CEPD 190 SU01 Jun 21 - Jul 26 Tue 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 6 Sessions

This practical course introduces participants to the skills and professional documents needed for the pursuit of a career in the visual arts. For those beginning their own professional art practice and/or those studying visual arts, this course is focused on the business of art practice: record keeping; seeking representation and exhibition; pricing; marketing; publicity; legal issues. Participants will consider professional materials including a basic business plan as well as core portfolio materials, and will learn the basics of sourcing financial, space, equipment and other professional resources. $225 / Class Limit 20 / Prerequisite None

MARKETING 2D DESIGN SERVICES Alex Hass CEPD 392 SU01 Jun 12 - Jul 17 Sun 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6 Sessions

In a competitive marketplace, ability is not enough. You must be able to market your abilities effectively and efficiently. Through lecture and discussion, this workshop introduces strategies and techniques for the profitable marketing of your creative services. Determining your audience, crafting your communications to appeal to a specific audience, identifying your distinctive qualities as a creative professional, developing a marketing plan and a marketing package, setting a price, and making a winning presentation are discussed. $225 / Class Limit 20 / Prerequisite For practicing communication, graphic and publication designers, and those just starting out

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL MEDIA THE ART OF SOCIAL MEDIA Christina Adams CESM 100 SU01 Jun 16 - Jul 14 Thu 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

An introduction to social media for people who want to use social media as a platform for creative expression, as a communications and marketing tool, or just to stay in touch with family and friends. Learn the basics of blogs, Flickr, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and more. Find out how to stay safe, be productive and have fun online.

5 Sessions

$350 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

FINDING YOUR SOCIAL MEDIUM Rebecca Coleman CESM 110 SU01 May 30 - Jun 27 Mon 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm 5 Sessions

Facebook. Twitter. Blogs. YouTube. Flickr. Everyone is buzzing about how these free social networking sites can be powerful marketing tools for your artwork. But where do you start? What’s the right approach? At the conclusion of this course, you will have created and begun to implement a social media marketing program. We will cover the philosophy behind social media, the technology, interface and etiquette. Each week, we will delve into one of the major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Photosharing, YouTube), and students will use a hands-on approach to creating and developing their online presence. $350 / Class Limit 16 / Prerequisite None

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WRITING FOR DESIGNERS Brian Sutherland CEWR 115 SU01 Jun 18 - Jul 23 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 6 Sessions

WRITING

In a very competitive marketplace, what can designers do to improve their chances of success? It’s not enough to do great work; you need to communicate about your work in a compelling way that makes a strong impression. Using words effectively in print, online, and in person is fundamental to getting the most out of your design career. Writing for Designers covers writing fundamentals (making every word work for you), writing for your self-promotion package (web + print), writing proposals, press releases, advertisements, and presentations, and maintaining client relationships through effective communication. It is a course for working designers (interior, graphic, industrial, architectural) and recent graduates. You will learn how to attract clients, take advantage of opportunities, and build relationships through the power of effective communication. $190 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

THE PRACTICE OF THE ARTIST’S JOURNAL Shauna Paull CEWR 160 SU01 Jun 25 - Aug 13 Sat 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm 8 Sessions

This course is designed for artists from a variety of disciplines who wish to explore more deeply the confluences of an artist’s journal with their creative practice. Texts for the course will include the journals of visual, interdisciplinary, and language artists, with discussions considering creative junctures, conundrums, questions, and breakthroughs. Each participant will create a making journal — a map of their thinking, musings, doodles, and other ideas and influences current to their ongoing practice. Excerpts of the making journal will be shared in class for discussion. $245 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite Students should have a current or lapsed creative practice

WORDPLAY: CREATIVE PROCESS FOR WRITERS This course introduces you to a wide range of writing techniques designed to open up the CEWR 175 SU01 possibilities of language and the playful, intuitive side of the creative process. Through diverse Jul 23 - Aug 14 writing forms and techniques you will be encouraged to experience and explore language as Sat + Sun 9:30 am - 12:30 pm an artistic medium equivalent to paint or charcoal. You will create works in a variety of forms 8 Sessions including cut-ups, sound poetry, lyric prose and manifesto as you learn to stretch your creative boundaries, play with language in your work and investigate your own creative practice. Writing exercises, readings, journal keeping, discussions and making your own chapbook will allow you to investigate the aesthetic considerations of language as it emerges through personal and cultural symbols, dreams, memories, fears and desires. Ingrid Rose

$250 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

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SCULPTURE + INSTALLATION Intensive

INTRODUCTION TO SOUND INSTALLATION (NEW)

Jeffrey Yellen

This course is an exciting opportunity for artists who are interested in exploring the spatial elements of sound and installation. Students will examine the evolution of sound installation, and be introduced to a range of artistic strategies for creating this work. Students will have hands-on instruction and access to technical elements including acoustics, speaker systems and computer programs like MAX/Msp. Using our innovative Sound Lab, students will work together to create a sound installation of their own. If you have wanted to pursue a creative exploration of sound and its application in installation art, then this is the course for you!

CESC 150 SU01 Aug 6 - Aug 12 Sat - Fri 9:30 am - 3:00 pm 7 Sessions

$595 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite Intermediate computer skills

ENVIRONMENTAL INSTALLATION: WORKING WITH NATURE Nicole Dextras CESC 160 SU01 Aug 6 - Aug 20 Sat 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 3 Sessions

Working with natural materials, found objects and local enviroments can be a great source of inspiration. In this course students will learn to manipulate natural materials such as leaves, stones, and twigs to create ephemeral outdoor installations. Attention will be given to ecological techniques for assembling and fastening materials. Students will work on solo projects, and in teams. Students should dress appropriately for the weather, and must provide their own digital camera. $225 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

INTRODUCTION TO MOLD DESIGN AND CASTING Philip Robbins CESC 178 SU01 Jun 15 - Aug 3 Wed 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm 8 Sessions

This intensive, hands-on introductory course explores the essential processes of plasterwork, mold making and casting with an emphasis on the subtleties of mold design, and material tips and tricks. Molds, and the production of multiples, are a fundamental component of many sculptural processes and require a specific sequence of steps and attention to particular details for the creation of professional final results. Through a variety of linked assignments, you will develop an in-depth knowledge of plaster and related materials, their working characteristics and their appropriateness for casting particular types of shapes in various types of material (synthetic, ceramic, organic). $235 / Class Limit 14 / Prerequisite None

SMALL SCALE MODELING Vicki Israel CESC 179 SU01 Jun 25 - Aug 13 Sat 9:30 am - 12:30 pm 8 Sessions

Explore the fundamental sculptural techniques of modeling in this hands-on studio course. Using plastalina and clay you are introduced to the additive process of modeling; 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 may be applied to a wide range of creative projects and will appeal to animators, sculptors, potters, and product designers. $250 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite None

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Intensive

INTRODUCTION TO METAL SCULPTURE

Ian Rhodes

This hands-on introductory course explores the fundamental concepts, materials, processes, and techniques of contemporary metal sculpture. Students will examine a broad spectrum of metal fabrication techniques and technology, and through creative interpretation be encouraged to combine, refine and evaluate these materials, processes, and techniques, using them effectively in the creation of a modestly-sized metal sculpture. The course will begin with an introduction to a variety of techniques for material cutting, shaping, and joining, in addition to general shop and equipment safety, work flow and planning, and material characteristics. Hand tools, stationary equipment, and MIG/oxy-acetylene welding will also be examined.

CESC 180 SU01 Jun 13 - Jun 17 Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 5 Sessions

Intensive Ian Rhodes CESC 180 SU02 Jun 20 - Jun 24 Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 4:30 pm 5 Sessions

Note: All consumables (gasses, welding/ brazing rod, and fabrication materials) will be supplied for in-class assignments. Most materials for personal projects will be purchased by students. All projects must be vetted and approved by the instructor with all materials, including consumables, being discussed at the first class. $405 / Class Limit 12 / Prerequisite Prior art-making experience is required; experience in three-dimensional art is recommended

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Personal Consultation and Critique For individuals, we offer private, one-hour consultations to artists and designers at all levels. Consultations are carried out by our senior and experienced instructors who have expertise in one of the 20 different disciplines in which we teach. Whether you are just embarking on a new creative path, or have been practicing for years, we can provide you with services to help enhance your chances for success.

If you are looking for: 1. Constructive feedback regarding aspects of your work (material, technical, theoretical) 2. Advice on ways to build upon strengths or overcome challenges in your practice 3. Suggestions on possible education and career directions 4. Evaluation of your personal business or marketing plan * We do not provide an assessment for admission, or in any way guarantee admission, to programs at Emily Carr. The consultation is designed solely to offer guidance for ways in which you can further develop your work through learning and training. We are flexible to your needs. Consultations are available weekdays, evenings, or weekends. Contact Continuing Studies for information or an appointment form. Cost begins at $95/hour. T 604 844 3879 F 604 630 4535 E consult@ecuad.ca

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Certificate programs provide the student with a carefully planned package of courses designed for a variety of purposes:  Fine Art Techniques, 2D Design, and 3D Design — up to three years of part-time study to build professional basics in skill and conceptual frameworks for practice  Design Essentials — a 12 month full-time program focusing on the key elements of the creative design process, the principles and practice of graphic design, and the technical skill required in the industry

The information provided here is an overview of these programs only. Those contemplating Certificate Programs must refer to the Certificate Handbook for complete information on required and elective courses, acceptable course substitutions, fees, policies, and timelines for Certificate completion. Please download the Certificate Handbook from our website, or contact the Certificate Programs administrator for more information. cscertificates@ecuad.ca

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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS (CONT’D) Certificate in Fine Art Techniques

Certificate in 2D Design Basics

This certificate program offers you an introduction to contemporary issues in art, visual studies, creative processes, concept development, and the materials, techniques, and skills fundamental to fine art practice. No portfolio required; certificate registration fee is $200.

This program equips you with a creative and intellectual framework in which contemporary issues in design and the activities of two-dimensional design principles, processes, and techniques may be understood and developed. No portfolio required; certificate registration fee is $200.

Required courses include:  CEDR 160 Drawing Fundamentals I: Composition/Process  CEFA 160 Basics of Composition and Form  CEFA 170 Materials and Media in Fine Art Practice  CEPN 164 Using Colour  CESE 160 Issues in Contemporary Art  CEPD 190 The Business of Art Practice

Required courses include:  CECD 110 Basics of Communication Design  CECD 160 Drawing for Design  CECD 112 The Art of Fonts  CESE 110 Issues in Contemporary Design  CECS 130 Adobe Illustrator: The Basics  CECS 131 Photoshop: The Basics  CECS 133 Adobe InDesign: The Basics  CECD 330 Publication Design  CEPD 392 Marketing 2D Design Services

Certificate in 3D Design Basics This certificate in three-dimensional design basics places emphasis on contemporary issues in design, exploration, and experimentation through the experience of a variety of design methods, techniques, processes, and materials. No portfolio required; certificate registration fee is $200. Required courses include:  CEID 120 Basics of Industrial Design  CESE 110 Issues in Contemporary Design  CEPD 393 Marketing 3D Design Services  CEID 420 3D Design Studio

Continuing Studies offers regular free Information Sessions for all of our Certificate Programs, including Design Essentials. For dates and times of upcoming sessions, visit www.ecuad.ca/programs/cs/certificate.

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DESIGN ESSENTIALS PROGRAM This is a one-year certificate program in graphic design essentials offered in partnership through Emily Carr and BCIT. The Design Essentials Program offers a unique opportunity for study focusing on the key elements of the creative design process, the principles and practice of graphic design, and the technical skills required in the industry. Completion of the Design Essentials Program provides a foundation in the practical and theoretical processes of the design profession, and a Management Certificate from BCIT representing proficiency and industry-ready skills.

The program is intended for students with limited experience in art and design, and begins with fundamental courses in applied art and the creative process. The candidate for the certificate must successfully complete all prescribed courses in order to earn the Certificate. Prospective Design Essentials students are encouraged to attend an Information Session prior to applying. For information about upcoming Information Sessions, program fees and deadlines, please visit: www.bcit.ca/ca and enter “Design Essentials” in the search box.

 Next Intake October 2011

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HOW TO REGISTER Registration for all Continuing Studies courses and programs for the Summer 2011 semester begins at 9:00 am on March 31, 2011. Register early as space is limited. Online

Find us Online!

ew and returning students can register online. N ecuad.ca/cs

In Person Register in person at Emily Carr, Continuing Studies, 1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver. Payment may be made by cheque, money order, cash, Interac, VISA or MasterCard.

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By Phone Call 604 844 3810 with your VISA or MasterCard information ready.

By Fax omplete the registration form (page 56), using type C or black ink, and fax it with your VISA or MasterCard information to 604 630 4535.

By Mail

Gift Certificates

omplete and return the registration form (page 56), C with your cheque or money order (payable to Emily Carr University of Art + Design), VISA or MasterCard information to Continuing Studies.

Gift certificates for Continuing Studies courses and programs are available for purchase for full course fees or in denominations of your choice.

Continuing Studies Office Hours

PURCHASE BY PHONE OR IN PERSON AT:

Monday to Thursday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Friday 8:30 am – 12:30 pm Saturday, Sunday + statutory holidays closed

Note: Cash and Interac payments accepted during Accounting Office hours only: Monday to Thursday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Friday 10:00 am – 4:30 pm

EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN / SUMMER 2011 T 604 844 3810 F 604 630 4535 WWW.ECUAD.CA/CS

Continuing Studies Emily Carr University of Art + Design 1399 Johnston Street Granville Island, Vancouver, BC

Tel 604 844 3810

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION + POLICIES Registration for all Continuing Studies courses and programs for the Summer 2011 semester begins March 31, 2011. Certificate students may register via the web (only) beginning March 30. For your Registration options, see page 54.

Students on wait lists are asked not to attend classes unless they have been contacted in advance by the CS office. Instructors do not admit students to the class on the first day.

Cancellations Admission to individual courses is on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registration is strongly recommended as class sizes are limited to ensure a quality educational experience. Please note that no registrations are accepted after a course has started. For information on registration in Certificate Programs offered through Continuing Studies, refer to page 51 in this calendar. Unless otherwise indicated, students of Continuing Studies (CS) courses must be at least 16 years old by the course start date.

Fees The tuition fees apply to the tuition portion of your fee and in some cases may include materials supplied to students, studio assistance, and models. Fees are payable at the time of registration. Post-dated cheques are not accepted. NSF cheques must be replaced with a certified cheque or cash; a charge of $25 will be levied for each NSF cheque.

Discounts Seniors A discount of 10% is available to all seniors aged 60 or older at the time of registration, with identification. Alumni A discount of 10% is available for those who have completed an Emily Carr diploma or degree, or the Design Essentials programs (some limitations apply).

Registration Deadlines Courses often fill long before the start date, so students are encouraged to register far in advance. However, registrations may be accepted up to one day prior to the first day of class, if space permits.

Wait Lists

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If seats are no longer available in a class, students can be added to a wait list. If a seat opens in the class, the student will be contacted by the CS office to assist with enrollment into the class. There is no cost to be added to the wait list, and no obligation to register if a space becomes available.

We reserve the right to cancel a course up to five days prior to the course start date, if there is not sufficient registration in a course. Should a course be cancelled by Emily Carr Continuing Studies for any reason, a full refund will be processed and sent automatically to all registrants.

Transfers Students may transfer from one course to another by phone, fax, or email. A transfer of fees, minus an administrative charge of $35 will be issued if the request for transfer is received no less than seven calendar days prior to the course start date of the course the student is leaving. Students must pay any additional fees at the time of transfer. No refunds or transfers of fees will be granted after the registration deadline of the original course has passed.

Withdrawals Students may withdraw from a course by phone, fax, email or mail. A refund of fees, minus an administrative charge of $35 per course, will be issued if notification of withdrawal is received no less than seven calendar-days prior to the course start date. No refund will be given for withdrawal after the seven calendar-days deadline. Exceptions are made on compassionate grounds. In such cases a written request for refund, accompanied by appropriate documentation from a third party (e.g. medical note), must be submitted prior to the end of the course or workshop. Under no circumstances will refunds be granted for requests received after the end of a course or workshop.

Registration Confirmation Your registration confirmation/receipt lists any supplies required for your course(s). This information, including room, days, and times of your course, will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration form and processed payment. You must present your registration confirmation/receipt to the instructor at the first class. T 604 844 3810 F 604 630 4535

E csinfo@ecuad.ca www.ecuad.ca/cs

Registration information and fees must be received together.

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TELL YOUR STORY? Digital Storytelling: From Shoebox to YouTube..............p. 16 Writing for Graphic Novels..................p. 19 Illustration for Childrens’ Books..........p. 20 The Practice of the Artist’s Journal.....p. 47

BUILD SOMETHING BIG? Architectural Modeling and Maquettes...........................p. 23 Laser Cutter Workshop...................p. 23 Introduction to Metal Sculpture.......p. 49

MAKE AN IMPRESSION?

LETTERPRESS WORKSHOP p. 4

Introduction to Letterpress........p. 4 Printmaking Techniques.............p. 45 The Art of Social Media...............p. 46 Intro to Mold Design and Casting............................p. 48

with Andrea Taylor June 6 – July 11

URBAN INTERVENTIONS: DESIGN/BUILD INTENSIVE p. 24 with Lukas Armstrong June 20 - June 24

SPATIAL TYPOGRAPHY p. 7 with Working Format June 18 + June 22

DESIGN IN THE FIELD

ARE YOU READY TO...

June 18 – 26, 2011

A collaborative, hands-on burst of design activity for both emerging and practicing designers – a chance to bust out of the office in the summer and experiment with materials, access woodshops, laser-cutters and letterpress equipment, participate in short design/ builds and collaborate with the design community.

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GET GROUNDED? Walking Tour: Art in Public Spaces......p. 9 A Survey and History of Art................p. 10 Brush Stroke Bootcamp II: Landscape and Natural Elements....p. 41 Environmental Installation.................p. 48

HACK THE SYSTEM?

MEASURE AND MARK?

Basic Electronics for Interactivity...........................p. 23 Design for Social Change............p. 25 Hack your Bike...........................p. 34

Perspective Drawing for Artists and Designers.................p. 13 Basics of Architectural Design........p. 22 Concepts in Furniture Design..........p. 24 Urban Cartography.........................p. 24

OPEN SOURCE CITY: FIELD STUDIES p. 10 with Oliver Kelhammer June 20 – June 24

URBAN CARTOGRAPHY p. 24 with Laura Kozak June 13 – July 6

PACT 21 p. 25 facilitated by 221A Artist Run Centre June 25


SUMMER2011 continuing studies courses + programs

EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN CONTINUING STUDIES

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

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SUMMER2011 continuing studies courses + programs


Emily Carr Continuing Studies Calendar Summer 2011  

A catalog of our 2011 summer course descriptions in Continuing Studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design

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