June 23, 2014
- Another Successful Emily@Grow Project Wraps Up
April 29, 2014
- Successful Microsoft Surface Workshop
- A New Phase for Emily @ Grow
- What’s Next: Art and the Future Web
- Visualizing Lightbeam
We are happy to announce that we will be launching a new phase of our partnership with Vancouver-based accelerator GrowLab, starting in March, 2014, with the BC Innovation Council (BCIC) as a new partner.
This Thursday, March 20 Max Hawkins of Google’s Data Arts Team will be at Emily Carr for a lunchtime talk.
He is in Vancouver to present Unnumbered Sparks for TED 2014, an interactive installation and sculptural collaboration with artists Aaron Koblin and Janet Echelman.
Photo: Ann Hung
The Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre at Emily Carr University of Art + Design teamed up with the Mozilla Foundation to improve the visualization design of Lightbeam, an experimental add - on for Firefox that allows you to see the third parties that have connected themselves to your online activity. This research project is led by Associate Professor Amber Frid-Jimenez with a design team including Sabrina Ng, Joakim Sundal and Heather Tsang. More about Lightbeam
Spend a day with the best entrepreneurs, investors, and advisors from Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland.
GrowLab, Invoke Labs, Launch Academy, Spring, and Wavefront are joining together to bring you what’s bound to be THE Vancouver startup event of the year!
April 3rd, 2014
Paris-based artists Pierre Schneider and François Wunschel, known as 1024 Architecture, gave an artist talk at Emily Carr on September 11, 2013. 1024 Architecture works at the forefront of projection mapping to stage urban interventions, ephemeral installations and performances that survey the space between high and low-tech, sound and visuals, and art and architecture.