Get creative this summer with Emily Carr Continuing Studies

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 wanting to try something new, to experienced photographers, designers or artists, Emily Carr Continuing Studies gives a wide variety of enthusiasts a place to participate in getting creative and working with their hands in the studio. This variety of age, background and skill level leads to a fun and dynamic learning environment, giving the students the opportunity to learn a new skill in a welcoming environment.

Continuing Studies offers extensive course selection in art, communication design and 3D design. With courses focusing on everything from Photoshop, iPhone App creation, metal sculpture, to photography, the course selection is innovative and widespread. Continuing Studies is an exciting and dynamic space where professors from the Emily Carr Degree program and many specialty instructors get to interact with and teach everyone from professionals to avid beginners.

Interested in joining the fun? Check out the summer course calendar for a full listing of over 150 different courses offered by Emily Carr Continuing Studies at www.ecuad.ca/cs

Also don’t forget to drop by Emily Carr if you are on Granville Island. The Emily Carr Concourse gallery is FREE to visit and is housing an exciting variety of exhibits throughout the summer for you to enjoy!

Here’s a list of what is coming up this summer in the Concourse Gallery:

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Design Every Day – June 11 –June 24, 2012

Summer Institute for Teens Faculty Show – July 27 –July 5, 2012

The Documentary Tradition – Photography Exhibit – July 7 – July 15, 2012

Master of Applied Arts Low Residency Exhibition July 17 –July 24, 2012

Summer Institute for Teens Exhibition July 27 –August 3, 2012

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