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EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN

1399 JOHNSTON STREET VANCOUVER, BC CANADA V6 H 3 R 9

t 604 844 3800 f 604 844 3801 toll free 1 800 832 7788 Mexico 001 800 514 4347

2010/11 VIEWBOOK 2010/11

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emily carr university of art + design viewbook


emily carr university of art + design viewbook

The Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2010 Viewbook is printed on socially responsible paper made from 100% post-consumer fiber. No new trees are used in the manufacturing of this paper. Using socially responsible paper helps save trees and reduce energy consumption, air pollution, water pollution and solid waste. The environmental savings* for choosing socially responsible paper for our viewbook: trees saved

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net greenhouse emissions reduced (lbs.)

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energy reduced (BTU in thousands)

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ecuad.ca 1399 JOHNSTON STREET VANCOUVER, BC CANADA V6 H 3 R 9

t 604 844 3800 f 604 844 3801 toll free 1 800 832 7788 Mexico 001 800 514 4347

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located in the heart of vancouver, emily carr university of art + design is a world leader in art + design research and education.


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CONTENTS 4 president’s message 7 degrees granted 49 undergraduate degrees 54 graduate degrees 54 international students 55 aboriginal students 55 online education 56 continuing studies 57 resources 59 campuses 60 how to apply This viewbook is designed as a general visual guide to the programs offered at Emily Carr University of Art + Design; it is not a comprehensive guide. Detailed information about the University and application process is available on our website.

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the future is about creativity + innovation Dr. Ron Burnett, President + Vice-Chancellor Emily Carr University of Art + Design is one of Canada’s premier specialized institutions. We offer a unique set of programs geared to support the development of successful artists, designers, and media creators. When you come to Emily Carr, you will immediately notice the unique flavour of our campus situated on Granville Island in the heart of the vibrant, culturally diverse city of Vancouver. Our Bachelor’s and Master’s programs have been carefully created to balance studio and academic work. You will learn how to be an artist within a context that also encourages you to think critically and historically and to examine and re-examine your assumptions about how to create interesting and important works of art. Our students are taught by some of the best faculty in Canada, in state-of-the-art facilities.

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Our alumni range from internationally renowned filmmakers like Bruce Dowad to authors like Doug Coupland, to designers like Kelly Deck, to visual artists like Brian Jungen and Terence Koh. One of our recent graduates, Mark Soo, was described by Art News in England as one of the top 30 emerging artists in the world. We have a specialized New Media research centre run by Dr. Maria Lantin and a broad program of research that includes health design, 3-D image production and interactivity. Our Master’s students spend four months working as interns with industry to further strengthen their prospects when they graduate. In 2010, we turn 85 years old. We have grown from a small art school into a university with 1,750 full-time students and many thousands of continuing studies students. We are a nurturing place, devoted to sustainable practices in everything that we do and most importantly, we encourage students to develop the independence of mind and spirit to explore their creative talent and to aim for the highest standards. Our faculty, staff and administration work together to ensure that students have as many opportunities as possible to learn how artists, designers and media practitioners can contribute to the creative economy not only in Canada, but internationally. A degree from Emily Carr opens up a world of possibilities since you will also be studying with students from more than 50 countries. Today, creative people are at the heart of a healthy social, cultural and community context as well as being significant contributors to the creative economy. Take a careful look at this viewbook and at our website. Many surprises await you!

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degrees granted Bachelor of Design

 Communication Design Major  Industrial Design Major  Interaction Design Major Bachelor of Fine Arts

 Animation Major  Critical + Cultural Practice Major  Film, Video + Integrated Media Major  Fine Arts + Creative Writing Major – Joint Degree (UNBC)  General Fine Arts – External Degree (NIC)  Photography Major  Visual Arts Major  Ceramics Concentration  Digital + Interactive Arts Concentration  Drawing Concentration  Illustration Concentration  Painting Concentration  Print Media Concentration  Sculpture Concentration

Master of Applied Arts

 Design Stream  Media Arts Stream  Visual Arts Stream Master of Applied Arts - Low Residency Master of Digital Media – Joint Degree with UBC, SFU and BCIT

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undergraduate degrees All undergraduate degrees begin with a required common first year, entitled Foundation.

FOUNDATION Foundation is a critical and demanding first-year program that orients new students to Emily Carr and prepares them for future years of study in art, media and design. The primary goals are to encourage inquiry and promote a willingness to engage in contemporary art and design issues. Contemporary practice works with the interrelationship of concepts, skills, and theories to address such themes as social context, audience and the relation of form and content. Practicing artists and designers take creative risks; they experiment with ideas and materials. In Foundation, students will explore fine art and design in a highly structured learning environment in order to develop the discipline necessary for working in a creative cultural practice.

BACHELOR OF DESIGN In this global, post-industrial, information age, design has evolved into a human-centred practice with concern for real social needs. Our design programs encourage students to be ‘Citizen Designers’, mindful of the consequences of their design actions.

Communication Design Major Communication Design focuses on creating innovative communication messages and experiences that inform, educate and entertain. The program places emphasis on visual research and audience context for applications such as publication design, interface design, design for motion and exhibit

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design. The program also embraces the historical, cultural, social and technological developments in the field.

Industrial Design Major Industrial Design focuses on mediating human experience through the design of objects, systems, technology, environments, products and services. The program places particular emphasis on sustainable design, user-centred methodology and strategies for collaboration.

Interaction Design Major Interaction Design fosters the integration and application of combined skills in industrial design and communication design to help shape the way we interact with artifacts, information and environments in everyday life. Students will develop an understanding of the skills and knowledge required to address the complexity of interaction design in both physical and digital environments through a sequence of hands-on projects based on a range of iterative human-centered modeling methods. Projects will cover the relationship of the human body to the products we use in everyday life; screen-based interaction and communication; issues of design and emotion; as well as engagement in information environments.

BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS Animation Major Animation is an open and flexible program that embraces diverse media. Students develop as creative animation designers and critical thinkers. Courses within the animation program encompass 2D, 3D and interactive animation, integrating a range of approaches – from direct to digital. Within the animation program, students can focus on a specialized stream of courses that best suit their particular interests.

Critical + Cultural Practice Major The Critical + Cultural Practice major enables students to explore the

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importance of art history, theory and criticism while they develop their studio practice. Academic classes (Art History, Design History, English, Humanities, Media History, Science and Social Sciences) can make up more than half of the curriculum with the remainder of credits in studio courses. This interdisciplinary approach allows students to foster connections between theory and practice, and to bring modern and contemporary approaches to the creation of material and textual culture.

Film, Video + Integrated Media Major Film, Video + Integrated Media offers a studio-based education that explores contemporary practices in media arts. The program offers a vibrant combination of studio work, technical instruction, theory, critical analysis, history and professional practices. Film, Video + Integrated Media focuses on independent interdisciplinary learning processes and specialized technical skill development within a model of collaboration, historical and critical awareness and creative content development.

Photography Major Photography offers a strong emphasis on conceptual, technical and historical knowledge, preparing students to become innovative photographers within contemporary culture. Curriculum covers a wide range of cameras, black and white and colour processes, archival printing, digital imaging, installations, studio and projection lighting, projected imagery, image and text, and directorial work.

VISUAL ARTS MAJOR Ceramics Concentration Curriculum integrates ceramic concepts and materials with sculpture, painting, drawing, print media, digital applications, design and architecture. Students explore expression, conceptual development, function, decoration and mixed media approaches within scientific, technological and social contexts, both historical and contemporary.

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Digital + Interactive Arts Concentration In the Digital and Interactive Arts concentration students learn to express ideas through the use of digital applications and production tools by exploring the current culture surrounding the production of digital and interactive art and how digital applications can be used to inform more traditional art practices. Students work with graphics, web-authoring, animation video applications, DVD and other new media technologies to produce 2D, 3D, interactive and time-based work.

Drawing Concentration Drawing students develop an understanding of the technical, perceptual and conceptual aspects of drawing and participate in the exchange of ideas and solutions. Curriculum cultivates students’ abilities to develop two-dimensional language and technical virtuosity in relation to contemporary art practices.

Illustration Concentration Students examine illustration genres, including book, editorial and industrial illustration, while working with a variety of methods and materials. Through critical analysis, students study the relationship between illustration and popular culture, examining and shaping the visual fabric of our everyday experiences as evidence of contemporary culture.

Painting Concentration Through subjects ranging from the personal to the global, Painting provides the student with a framework for formal and material exploration. Whether narrative or abstract, painting allows for diverse solutions that, while acknowledging its history, work toward advancing the discipline in new ways.

Print Media Concentration Print Media focuses on concepts and processes that shape artistic exploration, and on the roles printed image and text play in society. Curriculum covers a wide range of printmaking techniques, including woodblock, engraving and etching, lithography and screen-printing.

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Sculpture Concentration Curriculum emphasizes the development of ideas and concepts through the study of three-dimensional form and space. Techniques, materials and methods reflect the diversity of contemporary and traditional practices. Students are encouraged to explore sculptural approaches that include video, installation, electronic media and kinetics, as well as the production of cast or constructed objects.

Fine Arts + Creative Writing Major This is a joint degree offered by Emily Carr and the University of Northern British Columbia. Emily Carr provides expertise and the delivery of the visual art/studio curriculum and UNBC provides expertise and the delivery of creative writing, cultural studies and aboriginal art. This comprehensive degree in both visual/studio art and creative writing is unique in Canada.

General Fine Arts – External Degree Emily Carr, in collaboration with North Island College, offers the third and fourth years of a Bachelor of Fine Arts - General Fine Arts major at North Island College. The program is available to graduates of the North Island College Fine Art and Design Diploma Program. Students will enter at the third-year level and will be required to complete 60 credits to earn an Emily Carr BFA degree.

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graduate degrees MASTER OF APPLIED ARTS The Master of Applied Arts degree programs, both the full-time and low residency, focus on promoting critical reflection and intellectual inquiry, and link art, design and media to professional practices. Students combine academic learning, research and studio practice with practical experience in a variety of creative industries. The program blends rigorous individual and group critiques of student projects and integrates the study of theory with research and production. Students have access to traditional and advanced technologies. Students elect to concentrate their studies in one of three streams Design, Media Arts or Visual Arts. Interdisciplinarity is encouraged with many students working collaboratively and across streams. The new Low Residency MAA program combines online and independent learning with annual summer intensives on our Vancouver campus; this allows students to study in their home communities for the remainder of the year. These small graduate programs are integrated into the resources of a larger undergraduate university of art and design.

international students Emily Carr’s student body includes international and exchange students from more than 50 countries worldwide. Set against the backdrop of the spectacular city of Vancouver, Canada, Emily Carr is the perfect destination for students of art and design from around the globe. Vancouver is a city that celebrates its multicultural tapestry, and the University offers international students a chance to thrive in its rich artistic

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environment. For more information please see our website’s international page at www.ecuad.ca/admissions/international. Emily Carr has a very active student exchange program with partnerships that give our students the opportunity to access other top art and design schools across North America and around the world. The presence of visiting exchange students also adds to the diversity of our international student body. Read more at www.ecuad.ca/studentservices/exchange.

aboriginal students The University is experiencing a steady increase in its diverse Aboriginal student population as well as an increase in Aboriginal course offerings and programming. Students with Aboriginal ancestry (status, non-status, Metis or Inuit) are encouraged to self-identify on their application forms and contact the Aboriginal Program Office. The University has established an Aboriginal Admission Policy to encourage applications from Aboriginal individuals with an interest in pursuing studies in art, media or design at the post-secondary level. The Aboriginal Gathering Place, on campus is a centre that reflects the cultural characteristics of our Aboriginal students, community and traditions and the Aboriginal Program Office provides culturally appropriate support that encompasses both traditional and contemporary artistic and cultural expressions of Aboriginal peoples. Read more at www.ecuad.ca.

online education Emily Carr offers an exciting variety of degree credit courses online: both studio practice and academic. These courses are open to Emily Carr students and alumni, to students attending other post secondary institutions, and to individuals interested in developing their skills and knowledge in art,

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design and cultural studies. Online offerings include a range of courses from first-year courses in creative processes, visual communication and art history to third and fourth-year courses in photography, Canadian design history and professional practice. In addition, there is a growing cluster of courses in Aboriginal art practices and art history. Transfer credit to other institutions is available on a course by course basis.

continuing studies Continuing Studies offers exciting education and training opportunities for career transition, portfolio development, professional upgrading or personal interest in the visual arts, media arts and design. A wide range of programs, studio courses and seminars offer enjoyable, challenging and practical experiences, responding to the wide scope of your interests. From Certificate programs and innovative courses to thematic institutes, Continuing Studies is an innovator and leader in the delivery of unique programs. Keeping class sizes small provides an atmosphere in which individual learning can thrive. Instructors are professional and practising artists, designers, writers and administrators in their respective fields. Classes emphasize a ‘hands-on’ format from experiential learning exercises to full studio-based courses. Professional development workshops and seminars are also offered, covering topics from Arts administration, marketing and portfolio development to archiving and financial management. For designers, workshops in the latest technologies and software programs provide important practical skills in an intensive delivery-format. A range of Certificate programs provide an opportunity to pursue more defined program of study. From the full-time Design Essentials, to the part-time Certificates in Fine Arts, 2D and 3D, these one to three-year programs provide an intensive immersion into the conceptual, creative, technical and practical aspects of their respective fields.

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For further information, visit the Emily Carr website at ecuad.ca/cs.

resources Resources at Emily Carr support student learning and academic programs as well as the general community. From professional and student exhibition space to two of Vancouver’s best bookstores and libraries for resources on art, design and contemporary culture, the University plays an important role in the city’s cultural community.

INTERSECTIONS DIGITAL STUDIOS Intersections Digital Studios (IDS) is Emily Carr’s dedicated research space. It is composed of three themed studios: the Motion Capture and Visualization studio, the Wearables and Interactive Products studio, and the Prototyping + Media + Programming studio. The studios provide faculty and graduate students access to state-of-theart digital technologies to develop or enhance projects in all disciplines. These technologies were chosen to bridge digital and material practices and promote collaborations between departments. Examples include, 3D scanners, a 3D printer, a CNC machine, a stereoscopic projection system, and a 20-camera Vicon motion capture system. Access to a facility such as IDS allows the further training and education needed to create a new kind of art and design researcher — one whose understanding of technology is informed by a strong sense of esthetics and ethics. In a field that moves so quickly, and where today’s innovations may be obsolete, tomorrow’s students and researchers will gain more than just technical skills. They will gain an understanding of the underlying structures that fuel the dynamism between technology and creativity.

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CHARLES H. SCOTT GALLERY The Charles H. Scott Gallery is an integral aspect of the educational experience at Emily Carr. The Gallery has a mandate to exhibit contemporary art that reflects the range of disciplines currently explored within the University’s curriculum of studies. A primary objective of the gallery is the presentation of exhibitions and public programs that effectively communicate the role of Emily Carr University of Art and Design as an active site for the exhibition, discussion, teaching and production of art and design. As part of its mandate, the Gallery functions as a teaching space, providing practical experience in many aspects of exhibition development and presentation. Students are able to interact with the work of professional artists in a close-up and hands-on manner. A number of students are employed on a part-time basis to assist with gallery operations and installations. A program of regional, national and international exhibitions is carried out, with an emphasis on contemporary thematic group shows that contain an educational or critical component, and on solo exhibitions that offer in-depth analysis of an artist’s production. The Charles H. Scott Gallery provides leadership in the community by initiating projects that involve the public, Emily Carr and artistic communities in a dialogue about the development of critical practice in art and design. Support is given to architecture, design and cross-disciplinary practice, as well as new technologies and traditional media. In an effort to expand public knowledge and awareness, the Gallery sponsors lectures and symposia and is committed to the production and dissemination of publications and exhibition catalogues.

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campuses GRANVILLE ISLAND CAMPUS The main campus of Emily Carr is located on Granville Island, a bustling hub of arts, culture and entertainment in the heart of Vancouver, BC, Canada. The Island is popular with both local residents and tourists, and attracts more than eight million visitors annually. The University is a well-known landmark on the Island, and its galleries and special events attract many of these visitors. In addition to the University, the Island community includes numerous theatres, artists’ studios and galleries, restaurants, a public market, an art supplies store, a community/fitness centre, a hotel and many other facilities. The Island is accessible by foot, vehicle and harbor ferry, and is close to several regional transit routes.

GREAT NORTHERN WAY CAMPUS The Great Northern Way Campus (GNW) is a partnership involving Emily Carr University of Art and Design, the University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University and the British Columbia Institute of Technology. At GNW, each organization is committed to building a unique and integrated centre of excellence in teaching, learning, research and entrepreneurship. Collaboration is recognized as an essential goal, without duplication of what is already available on the campuses of the four partner institutions. GNW is accessible by foot, regional transit and vehicle, and is situated in the heart of the Southeast False Creek Flats, a district undergoing significant urban renewal. The area will become a knowledge, social, and cultural hub by establishing a compelling and creative environment for regional and economic advancement.

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how to apply INTERNET APPLICATION Emily Carr requires that prospective applicants apply for admission on the web through the Post Secondary Application Service of BC at MyBCCampus website at www.mybccampus.ca. After you log in, this site will list applications for several BC post-secondary institutions. Select “Emily Carr University” and then follow the application instructions.

APPLICATION FEE A non-refundable application/portfolio evaluation fee of $40 is required for all undergraduate applications and $75 for all graduate applications. The fee must be paid by Visa or MasterCard at the time of application.

The complete dossier required from all applicants includes:

 application form  application fee payment  submission of all official educational documents indicating academic and English language proficiency qualification  online submission of visual art portfolio with required written component(s)

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THIS VIEWBOOK IS PUBLISHED BY:

Emily Carr University of Art + Design CREATIVE DIRECTION, DESIGN AND PRODUCTION:

Cari Bird Senior graphic designer, Emily Carr University of Art + Design PRINTING:

Lyne Printing, Vancouver PHOTOGRAPHY:

Jeff Vinnick (pages 4/5, 6, 10/11, 15, 26, 33, 38/39, 46/47) John Lee Images (pages 3, 8, 14, 20/21, 22, 29, 30/31, 32, 34/35, 44, 45, 63) Artwork images were supplied by the student COVER ILLUSTRATION:

Alanna Scott (2009 Alumna)

EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN

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emily carr university of art + design viewbook

The Emily Carr University of Art + Design 2010 Viewbook is printed on socially responsible paper made from 100% post-consumer fiber. No new trees are used in the manufacturing of this paper. Using socially responsible paper helps save trees and reduce energy consumption, air pollution, water pollution and solid waste. The environmental savings* for choosing socially responsible paper for our viewbook: trees saved

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water saved (gals.)

19,450

net greenhouse emissions reduced (lbs.)

4,001

wood saved (lbs.)

13,228

landfill reduced (lbs.)

2,063

energy reduced (BTU in thousands)

26,330

* ENVIRONMENTAL SAVINGS ARE BASED ON USING 3,816 LBS OF PAPER

ecuad.ca 1399 JOHNSTON STREET VANCOUVER, BC CANADA V6 H 3 R 9

t 604 844 3800 f 604 844 3801 toll free 1 800 832 7788 Mexico 001 800 514 4347

2010/11

located in the heart of vancouver, emily carr university of art + design is a world leader in art + design research and education.


EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART + DESIGN

1399 JOHNSTON STREET VANCOUVER, BC CANADA V6 H 3 R 9

t 604 844 3800 f 604 844 3801 toll free 1 800 832 7788 Mexico 001 800 514 4347

2010/11 VIEWBOOK 2010/11

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