Build your creativity this spring

Emily Carr Continuing Studies gives the public access to Emily Carr University of Art + Design’s unique facilities and faculty, including state-of-the-art technology and studio spaces. From beginners trying something new to experienced designers and artists, Emily Carr Continuing Studies gives a wide variety of enthusiasts a place to participate in getting creative and working with their hands and minds in the studio. The variety of student ages, backgrounds and skill levels contributes to a fun and dynamic learning environment, giving students the opportunity to learn new skills in a welcoming atmosphere.

This semester, Emily Carr Continuing Studies is excited to offer a variety of new programming for new and returning students. Some of these offerings include expansion in our fashion, sculpture and painting departments through:

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Fashion Design: the Concept Stage  Play and the Creative Process  Making Paints and Pigments Metal Casting: The Pour

Emily Carr Continuing Studies has also developed courses to assist our students working on their professional practice with new courses in:

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Portfolio Workshop Public Art: Writing Concept Proposals

In addition to these new courses, Emily Carr Continuing Studies is pleased to present the recently-opened, innovative studio space, The Leeway, which opens for term (3-month) rental, as of January. The Leeway offers access to a resourced and open studio space for students looking for a place to continue their practice outside of class time.

The Leeway also offers short one-hour demonstrations and three-hour workshops offered on Wednesdays nights (demonstrations) and Thursday nights (workshops) that help support Continuing Studies students and Leeway members to develop techniques and gain knowledge and experience with machinery available in the Leeway.

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