As ephemeral as the media it represents, alum Sára Molčan (BFA, 2015) presents a new series of sixteen paintings looking at the way our careful curation of self and desire to remain ambivalent impacts our relationships.
“I want people to understand, by looking deeper into my paintings, that they were created not only by a person with a disability, but a person with a disability living in a rough, rural, risky, and unprotected environment,” said Murray.
Alum Shuk Hang Chan (BFA, 2019) presents an exhibition at the Kerrisdale Seniors' Centre on Energy: The Omnipresent Dynamic Strength as a Source of Beauty in Life. The exhibition runs from July 23 to August 9, 2019. Kerrisdale Seniors' Centre is located at 5851 West Boulevard (42nd Ave).
Recent alum Rydel Cerezo is one of the twenty-three artists selected for Aperture’s 2019 Summer Open exhibition, Delirious Cities, that explores how photographs can define the diversity of urban experience today. In his work, Am I a Sea, Rydel addresses his relationship with Roman Catholicism as a queer Filipino man.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design was represented at the 2017 Dubai Global Grad Show last month by three recent graduates: Dina Smallman (2017), Manda Roy (2016), and Callahan Tufts (2017). The Global Grad Show is an exhibition of innovation from the world’s leading design and technology schools.
Brigitta Kocsis’ paintings blend realism, illustration and expressive painterly gestures in a chaotic and visually charged landscape. Her current series, Contingent Bodies, focuses on the representation of bodies in transformation – both organic and unfamiliar.