Get Creative this Fall 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 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.

Continuing Studies offers extensive course selections in art, communication design and 3D design. With courses focusing on everything from Drawing and Painting to Web Design and iPhone App Creation, the breadth of selection is innovative and diverse. Continuing Studies is an exciting and dynamic space where faculty from the Emily Carr degree program, and many specialty instructors, interact with and instruct students whose experience levels vary from professionals to avid beginners.

Interested in joining the fun? Check out the Fall 2012 course calendar for a full listing of over 150 different courses offered by Emily Carr Continuing Studies at www.ecuad.ca/cs

Exciting Fall Events!
Emily Carr Continuing Studies is pleased to present Comix Workshops + Emily Con this fall from September 24-29, 2012.

Meet - and take courses from - internationally renowned comic book artists and creators! Special guests include: Emily Carroll, Zelda Devon, Dave Dorman, Chris Moeller, Scott Hampton, Mark Smylie, Brian Stelfreeze and John van Fleet.

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