Call for Artists – Ten Different Things

Ten Different Things invites artists to create new works in the spirit of free inquiry at the intersection of public art, community engagement, and civic process. How can we create structures, processes or dynamics to produce new ways of living, working, interacting, or occupying the city?  Curated by Kate Armstrong, the series is a collaboration between the City of Vancouver Public Art Program, CityStudio, and Living Labs at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. See the Call for Expressions of Interest for full details.

Deadline: May 22, 2017 – 5:00 pm

UBC Family Medicine Partnership

The Health Design Lab is very pleased to announce a new partnership with the Department of Family Practice at UBC on an exciting new project aimed at providing software support tools for family doctors in their clinical practice.

The Shumka Centre for Creative Entrepreneurship

A unique new model for entrepreneurship and economic development that is centered in art and design and conducive to collaboration across art, design, social innovation, media, business and technology.

The Shumka Centre will cultivate the capacity and skills of individuals, micro businesses and startups in Vancouver’s creative and cultural sector, and foster the movement of creative people into systems and situations where their work and ideas have the most impact.

Liminal Labs at the Triennale di Milano

Emily Carr University of Art + Design is pleased to announce its participation in the XXI International Exhibition of the Triennale di Milano this summer.

In the spirit of creativity and open innovation, Emily Carr student and faculty researchers will invite visitors at the Triennale to take part in Liminal Labs, an experiment in how we collaborate: to not only think, but also to make.

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Advancements in HFR, S3D, UltraHD and the immersive experience

The S3D Centre is a national centre of excellence dedicated to advancing the art and technology of stereo 3D, advanced imaging and immersive media topics through applied research, skills development and event outreach.

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During the past 20 years, a dramatic evolution has taken place in the visual arts, media arts, and design.  The growth of digital technology has given rise to new means of production, new kinds of employment, new kinds of creative and aesthetic expression, and new opportunities for artists, media practitioners and designers to reach diverse audiences.

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